Oct 20, 2018 - Council Oak Ceremonyhttp://www.creektourism.com
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The ceremony is a commemoration of the arrival of a faction of Muscogee (Creek) people known as Locv Pokv to Indian Territory. The very beginnings of Tulsa are remembered at the Creek Nation Council Oak Park, Tulsa through speeches, historical readings, a proclamation from the Mayor of the City of Tulsa, and the rekindling of a ceremonial fire. Attendees include Muscogee (Creek) Nation officials and traditional Muscogee leaders or Mekko. Activities following the ceremony take place at the Tulsa Creek Indian Community at 8611 S. Union Avenue, Tulsa. Activities include arts and crafts vendors, stick ball, traditional feed, and exhibition stomp dance. All events are free and open to the public.