Looking for a job with the Cherokee Nation? Cherokee Nation Human Resources will be conducting open job interviews from 10 a.m. to noon at Will Rogers Health Center, 1020 Lenape Drive, in Nowata, Okla. A range of positions are open, and all interested candidates are encouraged to attend. You will receive one-on-one assistance with your application and an interview with a Human Resources representative. While a résumé is not mandatory, it is highly encouraged to bring one along. For more information, contact Human Resources by calling 918-772-4278 or by emailing hr-recruitment@ cherokee. org.
“Tiny Beautiful Things”: The Sequoyah High School Drama Department will be performing its one-act play from 7 to 8 p.m. at The Place Where They Play gymnasium in Tahlequah. Admission is free, but donations are greatly appreciated. The students will be performing this play, based on a book by acclaimed author Cheryl Strayed, as a preview for their performance at the upcoming OSSAA Regional One Act Competition. For questions, contact Sequoyah Drama Director Amanda Ray at amanda-ray@cherokee. org or 918-453-5156.
“Dan Mink: Cherokee by Design”: This is the last day to see, explore and experience this very special exhibit about Cherokee National Treasure Dan Mink at the Saline Courthouse Museum in Rose, Okla. Mink uses the imagery of his Cherokee ancestors to develop a visual identity for today’s Cherokee Nation. Best known for the striking motifs he creates for the annual Cherokee National Holiday, Dan also designed the insignias for key Cherokee Nation initiatives and legislation along with other iconography celebrating Cherokee history, culture and community. Admission to the museum is free and is open 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. The Saline Courthouse Museum is located at 55870 S. 490 Road in Rose. For more information, email info@visitcherokee. com, call 877-7796977 or go to VisitCherokeeNation. com.
Indigenous Peoples’ Day: Cherokee Nation’s W.W. Keeler Tribal Complex, satellite offices and health centers will be closed to observe Indigenous Peoples’ Day. Cherokee Nation W.W. Hastings Hospital urgent care and emergency department and other emergency services will remain open. Principal Chief Chuck Hoskin Jr. is scheduled to speak at Tulsa’s Native American Day at 10 a.m. Learn more at www.facebook.com/ TulsaNativeAmerican-Day. October 10 All first language and fluent Cherokee speakers are invited to a special language event at the Durbin Feeling Language Center, 16489 Hwy 62 South, in Tahlequah. This gathering will begin at 10 a.m. and a free traditional meal will be served at noon. For more information, call 918207-4901 or email language@ cherokee.org.