Native American Christmas Market
Nov 25, 2017

Native American Christmas Market
Sapulpa Elks Lodge
24 S Poplar St
Phone: 918-998-4549

Held at the Sapulpa Elks Lodge in Sapulpa OK, the Native American Christmas Market welcomes Native American artists each creating completely unique arts & crafts. Come shop and meet the Native American artists and craftsmen who create authentic arts and crafts, paintings and sewing creations. Handmade traditional clothing will be on display and for sale including Seminole patchwork skirts, ribbon shirts, vests, silver and turquoise jewelry, one-of-a-kind bead work and more.

Bring your holiday list and stock up on crocheted scarves, baby blankets, baby moccasins, Native American cards, stationary, hand-painted wooden keepsake boxes, Christmas stockings and ornaments. You'll also find handmade leather goods, beadwork and wood etchings. Guests can also browse a variety of contemporary items like OU & OSU items, as well as Scentsy and Avon products. Local vendors will also be in attendance such as Legacy Bath & Body selling organic Oklahoma made soaps, lotions and much more.

Be sure to come hungry and enjoy fresh Indian tacos, spirit soup, fry bread, meat pies, barbecue and yummy pumpkin pecan muffins. You may even win a door prize or a raffle item while you shop. Live entertainment and music from a Native DJ make the Native American Christmas Market in Sapulpa a place where you can spend the entire day shopping and having fun with the family.

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General Information: Free admission
Highway Corridors (within 5 mi.): Route 66
Projected Attendance: 300
Saturday: 12:00 pm - 5:00 pm

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