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Posts from June 2021

46th Annual 4th of July Powwow with Fireworks on July 4

If you've never been to a powwow before, it's a unique chance to experience authentic Indian culture in a fun, family-friendly event. The annual Cherokee Powwow is the biggest in the southeast, and you’ll have the chance of a lifetime to see some of the most talented Native American dancers, drummers, and singers perform. Join us! Friday, July 2 to Sunday, July 4, only in Cherokee, NC. 

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The Cherokee Bonfire is Back!

Gather around a crackling fire in Cherokee, NC, and hear stories from the dawn of time. The Cherokee Bonfire is back! This event series is free and open to the public. Happening Sundays, Mondays, Wednesdays & Saturdays, 7 to 9 p.m., May 22–September 29, 202.

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Remember the Removal 2021: Meet the Eastern Band Riders Retracing the Trail of Tears on Bicycle

Meet Raylen Bark, Bear Allison, and Drew Johnson, the 2021 Eastern Band Remember the Removal riders. Along with six riders from Cherokee Nation, they are retracing the northern route of the Trail of Tears, traveling over 950-miles on bicycle. (Photo by Bear Allison)

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