23rd Annual Ocmulgee Indian Celebration

Want a fun and exciting way to let your children experience history?   The Ocmulgee National Monument will be hosting its 23rd Indian Celebration on September 20th and 21st. There will be dancing, storytelling, music, crafts, living history demonstrations, and food.  From their facebook page – 

Ocmulgee National Monument will host the Annual Ocmulgee Indian Celebration September 20 and 21. This cultural experience provides an opportunity to interact with people from all of the Southeastern Native cultures, plus representatives of other tribes from throughout the nation. Over 300 Native People, artists, dancers, storytellers, musicians, and historic lifestyle demonstrators, will share their culture with the visiting public. The Celebration is open from 10:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m. both days. The cost is $6 for adults and $3 for both children 6 to 12 and active duty military, children under 6 are free. 
This year’s Celebration will feature many of the popular artists, dancers, and storytellers returning from past years. New event will include a Native stickball game demonstration. Native foods such as Indian tacos, fry bread, buffalo burgers, and roasted corn will be available along with drinks, ice cream, and hot dogs.
  • Where: Ocmulgee National Monument
  • When: September 20th & 21st; 10:00 – 5:00
  • Who: All ages
  • Cost: Adults(13 & up): $6; Children(6–12): $3; Under 6: Free; Active Military: $3
  • Event Contact: (478) 752-8257
  • Event Website: Ocmulgee National Monument