Choctaw Nation EventsMany events are going on each month in the many Choctaw Community Centers and clubs. Check back often to see what's going on in and around the Nation. You may also check the most recent copy of Biskinik for past and future event information.
If your group has an event, please let us know by sending an e-mail!
Events will be listed prior to the starting date of the event, and are automatically removed the day after the event ends. If you have a recurring event (example: "second Tuesday of each month") we will put your listing up for the year. Please be sure and let us know if you are no longer meeting, or the date changes.
2014 Trail of Tears Walk @Wheelock Academy on May 17
Chief Gregory E. Pyle, Assistant Chief Gary Batton, and the Choctaw Nation Tribal Council would like to invite everyone to participate in the tribe’s annual Trail of Tears Walk.
An opening ceremony will begin at 10 a.m. at Millerton’s city park and the approximately 3-mile walk will end at the historic Wheelock grounds.
Please park at Wheelock where buses will be available to transport participants to Millerton.
Drivers will begin taking passengers at 8 a.m. Lunch will be shared with everyone.
Wheelock Academy is located at 1377 Wheelock Rd., Garvin, OK.
Lunch will be served to all who spend this special day with us.
For more information, call: 800.522.6170 Ext. 2162
Dear Choctaws and friends of Choctaws!
Please mark your calendar to attend the 4th annual Choctaw Days at the Smithsonian’s National Museum of the American Indian (NMAI) June 27-28, 2014. The Choctaw Nation of Oklahoma will have activities both days that will enhance your knowledge of the culture and history of our great tribe.
This year will feature Choctaw artisans, Roger Amerman, Marcus Amerman, Paul Hacker, George Willis, Edmon Perkins, Tim Tingle, Cultural experts, Choctaw social dancers, and the Choctaw Nation royalty.
Welcoming ceremonies will begin at 10:30 am and the museum will remain open until 5 pm each day.
Please be sure to check this page often as the scheduled for events will be updated.
2014 PACE race schedule
Race schedule subject to change.
Please mail all race registration forms to:
Choctaw Nation PACE club
One Choctaw Way
Talihina, OK, 74571
Registration forms will be added to races as they become available.
If you need to sign up for PACE, please see attached form here.
Please read the PACE Rules and Guidelines
For more information, contact Doris Winlock at 800.349.7026 x6958
- Plunge for Life 5k run/walk
- Ouachita Switchbacks 25k/50k
Big Cedar, OK
- Happy Heart 5k/1 mile
- HOSA 5k
- Hungers End 5k
- Clover Run 5k
Red Oak, OK
- Shared Blessings
- Vike Hike Half Marathon/5k
- Dogwood Days 5k
- Buffalo Land Run 5k
- Green Frog Puddle Jump
- Moyers Baptist Church 5k/1 mile
April - TBA
- Spaghetti Run 5k/10k
- Race to Grace 5k
- Owa-Chito 5k
Beavers Bend/Broken Bow OK
- Sardis Dam 5k
- Rocket Run 5k
- Butterfield 5k
Red Oak OK
- Friday Night Lights 5k
August - TBA
- Brave the Mud run
- Labor Day 5k
- Grace Cottage HHH 5k
- Big Foot 5k/1mile
- Buffalo Stampede 5k
- Lumber Jax 5k
Wright City, OK
- Colton’s Run 5k/10k
- Diabetes 5k/1mile
- World’s Highest Hill 5 mile run
- Veterans 15k
- Runestone 5k/10k
- Turkey Trot 5k
- Sleigh Bell 5k/1mile
P.A.C.E. is one of the many health initiatives set forth by the “Going Lean” taskforce which was formed in Oct. 2010. P.A.C.E. implementation began Oct. 1, 2011. The P.A.C.E. Club Program is a program designed to promote the importance and awareness of regular physical activity through walking or running for a healthier lifestyle. This program is free and open to the public. CDIB not required. You must reside in the Choctaw Nation service area to be a member.
How to become a P.A.C.E. member:
• Review rules/guidelines page
• Complete P.A.C.E. application and PAR-Q (Included in form above)
• Upon approval and receipt of your acceptance letter, members can start entering PACE sponsored runs
- Plunge for Life 5k run/walk
Reserve your 2014 Labor Day RV site
In order to reserve an RV site with electric and water hookups for the 2014 Labor Day Festival, please mail the reservation request form below no earlier than Jan. 1, 2014. RV sites will be reserved on a first come, first serve basis. Please include a copy of your CDIB card. Also, include the length of your RV or camper and the number of slide-outs. PLEASE DO NOT SEND ANY MONEY AT THIS TIME. After the deadline, all reservations will be drawn randomly for RV sites. If your name is drawn, you will be notified by mail. At that time you will send in your cashier’s check or money order in the amount of $75 to receive your confirmation and rules for RV camping at the Labor Day Festival.
No phone reservations will be accepted. Please only include one reservation per application. We will do our best to respect the requests for preferred RV pads, however, we cannot guarantee you will get the pad number requested.
Please watch the Biskinik newspaper for future articles or changes in parking, tent camping and tribal preferences for the 2014 Labor Day Festival.