Did you know...
The nationally recognized celebration of Law Day was established by Wewoka attorney Hicks Epton.
41st Holiday Bazaar
The 41st Annual Holiday Bazaar will be held Friday, November 20, 2015 from 8:00 am - 5:00 pm with an open house the evening before, Thursday, November 19 from 5:30 - 8:30.
The Bazaar Open House on, Thursday, will include light hors d'oeuvres, a live auction, and first dibs on the white elephant sale.
The Annual Bazaar will be host to a white elephant sale, holiday grab bags, and a bake sale featuring our famous cheese apples, cakes, candies, breads, and more. A silent auction will be held from 8-3. Lunch will also be available from 11-2 with both dine in and carry out options available. We will be serving poppy seed chicken casserole, seven layer salad, bread, a drink, and a pumpkin roll for desert. The meal will be $10.
Pictured from left to right are 2015 Bazaar volunteers Mary Smith, Marilyn Moody, Peggy Stephens, Dianna Claybrook, and Sherry Andrews.
Pardon Our Mess
Demolition for the upcoming renovation has commenced. We are now working towards advancing the museum's aesthetics and exhibit spaces, and maximizing the use of our space. We're so excited that this project we've been working towards for so long is finally about to begin.
Renovations are scheduled to start the week after our annual Holiday Bazaar (being held Friday, 11/20).
Even though we're renovating the Seminole Wing, there's still much to see at the Seminole Nation Museum.
The Wewoka Wing has now become so much more with the addition of several temporary cases full of Seminole artifacts and histories.
Stop by the museum any time between 10-5 Monday through Saturday and take a stroll through the history of the Seminole tribe and the town of Wewoka, or just simply check out our gift shop.
Welcome to the Seminole Nation Museum
The Seminole Nation Museum documents and interprets the history and culture of the Seminole Nation of Oklahoma and the people and events that make its capital, Wewoka, one of the most historically significant and culturally diverse communities in Oklahoma. Through the use of select artifacts, historic photographs and interpretive exhibits, the events and stories that shaped the home of the Seminoles for more than a century are chronicled in a captivating, educational and enlightening experience.