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Ocmulgee Indigenous Celebration
September 14-15, 2024
  Ocmulgee Mounds National Historical Park
   10am - 5pm

Celebrate the cultures of the Southeastern Native Americans at the Ocmulgee Indigenous Celebration!

In celebration of Southeastern Native American cultures and heritage, Ocmulgee Mounds National Historical Park will host its 32nd Ocmulgee Indigenous Celebration September 14-15.

The celebration will feature traditional cultural crafts, storytelling, educational programs, live demonstrations, music, and dance. Native American arts and crafts vendors will be selling their crafts and food with be available for purchase.

Rediscover the mounds and Earth Lodge, exhibits, trails and nature within the park. Free Admission.

 

Event parking is located at the Macon Bibb County Health Plaza, 171 Emery Highway. Macon-Bibb County Sheriff deputy will be present at the parking area.

A free shuttle will run continuously between the parking area and the event. The shuttle starts transporting guests at 9:15 am Saturday and Sunday and departs every 15 minutes. An ADA accessible bus with wheelchair lifts will be available. Only service animals are allowed on the shuttles. No on-site parking is available at the park.

 

Walking and biking access to the event is available via the Heritage Trail along the Ocmulgee River and via the pedestrian gate at Clinton Street. Please check with nps.gov/ocmu closer to event date for trail updates or closures. For more info nps.gov/ocmu/planyourvisit/ocmulgee-indigenous-celebration.

Volunteer recruitment has started for the 2024 Ocmulgee Indigenous Celebration.  Jobs include set up, directing people to shuttles, assisting with pottery programs, helping visitors at the information tent, and much more. Please call 478-752-8257  or email Robinson_Barker@nps.gov 

We gratefully acknowledge and appreciate the

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