Celebrate Indigenous Heritage in Macon, GA

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"Our people are still here. People talk about us as if we’re the dinosaurs of this land, creatures that no longer exist. We didn’t stop existing; we just went someplace else."
Tracie Revis, director of advocacy for the Ocmulgee National Park and Preserve Initiative (ONPPI) and a citizen of the Muscogee Nation
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Ocmulgee Indigenous Celebration • September 16- 17, 2023

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"This is where it originally started. It's our history; it's who we are. So the fire that's in your heart is also the fire that's here."
Muscogee (Creek) Nation Principal Chief David Hill

Where should I park?

Will there be shuttle services available?

Is this a kid-friendly event?

How much is admission?

Can I use an alternative to an automobile or the shuttles to gain entrance to the park?

Ocmulgee to Okmulgee by McEachern Arts Center
Ignite the Night with the Indigo Girls on September 16 2023
Haley Garrett


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