Cherokee Heritage Center

The Center consists of a living history Cherokee village, a museum, and small township of historical buildings. Dedicated to the perservation of Cherokee culture and history, it is one of the most widely visited Native American sites in Oklahoma.

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Tuesday, April 12, 2005

Beadwork Workshop to be Held at the Cherokee Heritage Center

Skilled artisan Wanna Lou Barton will teach students the art of beading on Saturday, April 16, from 10 a.m. to 3 p.m. at the Cherokee Heritage Center. Students will learn basic beading techniques and Cherokee history pertaining to the beaded items they make.
Early registration for this workshop is recommended as class size is limited. The $30 fee includes tuition and all materials.

Barton’s appearance is part of a series of cultural classes offered by the Cherokee Heritage Center. The remaining classes are: May 21, Loom Weaving; June 11, Tear Dress Making; Sept. 17, Round Reed Basketry; Oct. 8, Southeastern Pottery; Nov. 5, Flint Knapping & Blowguns; Dec. 3, Gourd Carving.

For registration, or more information, call Tonia Hogner-Weavel at the Cherokee Heritage Center at (918) 456-6007, toll free at (888) 999-6007, or e-mail her at


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