Council Oak Ceremony

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Council Oak Ceremony
1750 S Cheyenne Ave
Phone: 918-732-7992
Phone: 918-732-7995

The Council Oak Ceremony is a commemoration of the arrival of a faction of Muscogee (Creek) people known as Locv Pokv to Indian Territory. Head to the Creek Nation Council Oak Park in Tulsa for speeches, historical readings, a proclamation from Tulsa's mayor and the rekindling of a ceremonial fire. Afterward, the event will transition to the Tulsa Creek Indian Community for arts and crafts, stickball, a traditional feed and exhibition stomp dance. Attendees include Muscogee (Creek) Nation officials and traditional Muscogee leaders, but all events are free and open to the public.

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General Information: Free admission
Highway Corridors (within 5 mi.): I-44, Route 66, US-412, US-75
The ceremony is located at the Creek Nation Council Oak Park for one hour then relocated to 8611 S Union Ave in Tulsa.
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