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Admission is per person and free for children 10 and younger. The second Saturday of every month, the Museum of the Cherokee Indian offers a family-friendly fun day of free cultural activities including traditional dancing, storytelling, cultural arts demonstrations, genealogy workshops, hands-on craft workshops and more.
Regular prices apply to food and to admission to Museum exhibits. Delicious Cherokee food will be available, made by and benefiting members of NAIWA.
Tagged fish will be specially stocked for this event, and when you catch one, you redeem it for cash prizes ranging from to ,000 at the Natural Resources Enforcement Office located at 5175 Sequoyah Trail of Hwy 441. Fishing will start one hour before sunrise and end one hour after sunset each day. Fishing permits, required for Cherokee streams or ponds, are for each person 12 years and older.
Open to all ages and for all legal fishing methods. Permits are available at a variety of business entities within Cherokee or can be purchased online at Fish This event is only open to KOA campground guests and the ticket for participation is .
Monthly Themes January 13 - Unolvtani (Windy Moon) February 10 - Kagali (Hungry Moon) March 10 - Anvyi (Strawberry Moon) April 14 - Kuwoni (Flower Moon) May 12 - Anisgvti (Planting Moon) June 9 - Dehaluyi (Green Corn Moon and Cherokee Voices Festival) July 14 - Guyegwoni (Corn in Tassel Moon) August 11 - Galoni (End of Fruit Moon) September 8 - Dulisdini (Nut Moon) October 13 - Duninvdi (Harvest Moon) November 10 - Nvdadegwa (Hunter Moon) December 8 - Vsgiyi (Snow Moon) The annual Spring Garden Fair is a great way to get your garden growing with helpful tips and instruction! You can also purchase seeds, plants, flowers, seedlings, yard art, etc., so come one, come all, and let’s grow together! The annual Spring Garden Fair is a great way to get your garden growing with helpful tips and instruction! You can also purchase seeds, plants, flowers, seedlings, yard art, etc., so come one, come all, and let’s grow together! Enjoy a vintage car show at the Cherokee Indian Fair Grounds featuring hundreds of restored and enhanced vintage cars.
Hands-on workshops are taught by members of the Eastern Band of Cherokee Indians and often include making a clay medallion or a traditional Cherokee pot stamped with wooden paddles carved with designs.
Different members of the Eastern Band of Cherokee Indians share stories and flute music.
Admission is per person and free for children 10 and younger. The 2018 Mother's Day 5K Run/Walk will be held at Kituwah Mound, also known as the Mother Town.
The event takes place on a course that has a bit of everything: road, farm road, and trails–offering a complete review of the historic site.