November is Native American Heritage month, and Carl Albert State College (CASC) has planned special events at the Sallisaw campus.
Cartographer Aaron Carapella will make a presentation at 2 p.m. Monday in the Stites Room on the CASC Sallisaw campus. Carapella’s program is “Maps of the Past.”
Tim Grayson will be at CASC Sallisaw at noon on Thursday. He is a Cherokee National Treasure whose expertise lies in bow making, flint knapping, and blow guns. He has traveled all over the United States and worked at the Cherokee Heritage Center in the Diligwa Cherokee Village living exhibit.
The programs are open to CASC students, employees and community members, who are encouraged to make time to attend both events.
Sally Maxwell, Senior News Director
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