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Third annual Cultural Walk experience planned for Oct. 22-23

The Wah-Zha-Zhi Cultural Center is hosting the 3rd Annual Cultural Walk on Oct. 22, which is an overnight camping trip.        

Registration for the walk will be open August 15 thru September 15. The walk will start on Saturday, October 22. It will be held at the Mullendore Cross Bell Ranch.

Check-In and safety orientation will be held at the Cultural Center in Pawhuska at 8 a.m. that day. Coffee and donuts will be provided. Upon completion of orientation participants will be transported to the ranch and will walk to the campsite.

A light lunch will be provided for participants. On the way to the campsite there will be small exhibits for walkers to learn about the rich history of the Osage people. After the camp has been set a traditional meal will be served for supper.

The evening activities will include: Indian Dice, a Hand Game, storytelling, and other fun activities. Breakfast will be served in the morning. After breakfast, participants will break camp and walk from the campsite to the Mullendore family ranch where the Mullendore family is graciously hosting a meal. Then travelers will be transported back to the Cultural Center on Sunday, October 23.

For more information please call the Wah-Zha-Zhi Cultural Center at (918)-287-5539 or visit our web site: www.osagetribe.com/cultural


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Original Publish Date: 2011-08-17 00:00:00

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