November is Native American Heritage Month and the Cherokee Nation will be holding a series of events each Tuesday of the month.
The series will be held at 2 o'clock at the Tribal Council chambers in the W.W. Keeler Complex, located at 17675 S. Muskogee Avenue in Tahlequah.
On Tuesday, Nov. 12th, the topic "Cherokee Nation River Cane Initiative," will by presented Roger Cain, considered to be a Cherokee National Treasure.
On Tuesday, Nov. 19th, the topic "Cherokee Language: from Talking Leaves to Pixels," will be hosted by Cherokee Nation languauge technology specialist Roy Boney.
On Tuesday, Nov. 26th, David Fowler, superintendent of Ft. Gibson Historic Site, Cabin Creek Battlefield and George M. Murrell Home will present on "Cherokee Nation and the Civil War."
Native American Heritage Month was designated in 1990.
For more information on Native American Heritage Month, go to www.nativeamericanheritagemonth.gov.