Virtual Holiday

68th Annual Cherokee National Holiday to be “Virtual Holiday”

ANADISGOI – Cherokee Nation Principal Chief Chuck Hoskin Jr., announced today that the 68th Annual Cherokee National Holiday will be a “virtual Holiday” this year. Traditionally, the Cherokee National Holiday draws more than 100,000 visitors from both Oklahoma and out of state on Labor Day weekend. Due to the risks of COVID-19, and a recent uptick in cases in Oklahoma, and out of an abundance of caution for Cherokee citizen participants and visitor’s safety, the Holiday will be celebrated by watching many key events online. [Read More]

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