Cherokee Messenger
March 2002

Next CCS Monthly Meeting

Thursday, April 4, 2002 7:00pm
First Unitarian Universalist Church
5200 Fannin (at Southmore, near the Museum District, north of the Texas Medical Center and Hermann Park)
Phone at facility: 713-526-5200

Find our meeting in the "Fireside Room", located to the right of the main entrance. Park in the bank lot located immediately north of the church.

Program: Celebrated Cherokee sculptor Charlie Strack will share details of his art work and art shows.

Red Nations Remembering Family Picnic

Sunday, April 7, 2001, 10:00am to 5pm.

Bear Creek Park, Pavilion #5

Bring friends and family to share this memorable day, starting with our 11:00am traditional "Moccasin Walk"

The procession winds around the park grounds, accompanied by music of the bagpipe.

Wear your Texas boots or sneakers to join us, as we honor ancestors who endured and those who died on the Cherokee Trail of Tears and remember other Native Americans from forced trails.

Following is a Fun Filled Family Day with activities for all ages:

Contact for information:

This is an alcohol free and drug free event.

Directions to Bear Creek Park:

Onsite facilities include picnic tables, lighting, restrooms, pay phones and a nearby playground.

Facility is handicapped accessible.

Remember to bring lawn chairs and potluck dish!

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