Tulsa’s Sixth Annual Native American Day will be held Oct. 10, in person this year at Dream Keepers Park, 1875 S. Boulder Park Drive. The schedule is still being developed and will be publicized closer to the event.
As planning continues, the Greater Tulsa Area Indian Affairs Commission’s Native American Day committee is encouraging those who want to participate in the event to sign up to be a vendor, march or ride in the parade, and order a specially designed T-shirt. See instructions below:
Native American Day organizers are formally accepting vendors for this event. The registration deadline is Sept. 30. The link to the application is posted here: Tulsa Native American Day Celebration - Vendor Application and Agreement Tickets, Mon, Oct 10, 2022 at 9 a.m. | Eventbrite
Parade registration is open! We invite your group to join in making this a special day. The registration deadline is Sept. 30. The link to registration is posted here: Greater Tulsa Area Native American Day - Parade Application and Agreement Tickets, Mon, Oct 10, 2022 at 9 a.m. | Eventbrite
T-shirts for Native American Day are available for order. The deadline to order a T-shirt is Sept. 15. The link to the form is posted here: Tulsa Native American Day 2022 | Gorfam Marketing | powered by OrderMyGear (itemorder.com)
Native American Day is celebrated on the second Monday of October, this year on Oct. 10. Native Americans are a significant part of the demographic of the Greater Tulsa area and Oklahoma. Oklahoma is home to 39 federally recognized Native American tribes.
Native Americans have continuously inhabited the Greater Tulsa area for thousands of years. By celebrating Native American Day, Tulsa formally recognizes its indigenous populations who have made valuable contributions to our community through shared knowledge, stewardship of the land, labor, science, technology, philosophy, arts, and deep cultural influences that have substantially shaped the character of the city of Tulsa.