Variety of activities geared toward youth

There are several activities to keep youth busy during this year’s Family Reunion Festival, from arts and games to sports and dancing. Find the full schedule here.

Powwow etiquette

The Saturday powwow during Family Reunion Festival is a wonderful way to experience Nishnabé culture, both traditional and contemporary. Here is how to make your experience even better.

Veterans Report: June 2024

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Festival offers games, competitions for all

The 2024 Family Reunion Festival is a great time for catching up with old friends or meeting new ones, and one way to do that is entering the many contests happening over the weekend. From traditional hand games to art contests, archery and more, see a list of events here.

CHC adds option for online interviews

Each year at the Family Reunion Festival, the Cultural Heritage Center hopes to add to its collection of heritage interviews with Tribal members. This year, staff at the CHC is also implementing a new tech incentive program for members to conduct interviews online.

Festival health screenings will be available

Citizen Potawatomi Nation Health Services will be offering primary care and other services on Friday, June 28 and Saturday, June 29 during the 2024 Family Reunion Festival.

2024 Honored Families

The 2024 Honored Families are Darling, Hardin, Higbee, Levier, Lewis, Nadeau, Negahnquet, Pambogo and Smith.

Extend your stay after Festival

Extend your stay after Family Reunion Festival with some of Shawnee and the Oklahoma City metro area’s numerous attractions.