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The OU School of Dance is needing your help with promoting the Five Moons Dance Festival, a ballet dance festival commemorating the lives and accomplishments of 5 Native American ballerinas who worked their way onto the world stage. If you have a moment to complete the survey about attendance and other logistics for the event at the link below to help out the OU School of Dance.


The Peoria Tribe participated in the Native American Heritage Day on November 19th at the Miami Civic Center. The following programs: Environmental Department, CCDF, and Cultural Department had staff on hand to share information and give out items to all attendees. Approximately 1,200 youth from the Northeast Oklahoma area attended.

This event was sponsored by:
– Inter-Tribal Council of NE Oklahoma
– Quapaw Nation
– Modoc Nation
– Peoria Tribe
– Buffalo Run Hotel
– Eastern Shawnee Tribe
– Ottawa Tribe
– Otter Stop
– Wyandotte Nation


As part of Native American Heritage Month, the Peoria Tribe Cultural Department recently attended an event at Allen Bowden Elementary school in Tulsa, Ok.  The Cultural Department was able to take a variety of participants (men, women, children) and demonstrated various dances and provide information on the dances presented and the regalia.

Thank you to the cultural department: Logan Pappenfort & Karen Stand; the Singers: John David Ballard & Geoff Tyner; the dancers: Halima, Aysa, & Ayva Al-Qahtani, Aidyn & Austyn Harry, Joe Ellis, Jacob Lux, Margaret, Elan, & Eniyah Hicks, Jeremiah Jim, and Legend Blalock for being a part of this event.


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• A high school senior
• From at least one of the following ethnicities: African American, American Indian/Alaska Native*, Asian/Pacific Islander American, and/or Hispanic American
• Pell-eligible
• A US citizen, national, or permanent resident
• A minimum cumulative weighted GPA of 3.3 on a 4.0 scale
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