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IWS's Annual
Celebration of Oklahoma Indian Language and Culture
will regrettably not be held this year, 2007

Unfortunately the Intertribal Wordpath Society will not be able to offer a
Celebration of Oklahoma Indian Language and Culture this October,
for the first time in 10 years. We're disappointed not to be able to honor Indian language speakers in this way this year, and we didn't make this decision lightly, but staff health problems and low funds have really left us with no choice. We may sponsor some other small event before Christmas. Watch this site for announcements. We hope to have our 10th (not exactly annual) Celebration in 2008.

Past Celebrations have gone as follows...

The Celebration is open to the public; admission and parking are free.

An Evening of Educational Entertainment
4.30-5.30: vendors and workshop on producing children's books in Indian languages.
6.30-10.30: Stories, songs, demonstrations in the original Oklahoma Indian Language, with translation and commentary.

Special Ceremony honoring Oklahoma Indian languages past and present.

Booths will offer items relating to Oklahoma Indian language and culture. Food, frybread, and drinks will be available for purchase.

Please tell your friends and your local schools and language groups! For more information, call 405-447-6103, or e-mail: wordpath@yahoo.com.

Vendors:
• download Vendor Policy (ms word document)
• download Vendor Registration Form (ms word document)
• For further information, call 405-447-6103, or e-mail: wordpath@yahoo.com.

 


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