Starting January 2021 we will hold virtual meetings until it is safe to gather in person.
Sunday, January 10 – Cherokee Storyteller Robert Lewis
Sunday, February 7 – Cherokee Pottery - Karin Walkingstick
Sunday, March 14 – CN Seed Bank - Feather Smith-Trevino
No April Meeting - Community Work Day
Sunday, May 2 – CN Ambassadors
Sunday, June 13 – Cherokee Blowguns Danny McCarter
Sunday, July 11 – RTR Ride Presentation
Sunday, August 15 – Cherokee Baskets - Vivian Cotrell
No September Meeting – Possible booths depending on pandemic
Sunday, October 10 – Cherokee Food Presentation
Sunday, November 14 – Veteran Presentation
No December Meeting – Holiday Break
Rogers County Cherokee Association (RCCA) is a nonprofit organization established in 2003. Our mission is to build a stronger Cherokee Community in Rogers County and surrounding communities in northeast Oklahoma by providing information about our tribal government and programs and opportunities to learn about Cherokee culture.
RCCA meets on the second Sunday of the month at 2:00 pm except for April, September and December.
Each meeting consists of:
RCCA is located 5 miles South of Claremore and 9 miles North of Inola on Hwy 88 at 15488 East 523 Road, Claremore, OK 74019. The RCCA building is 0.4 miles East of Justus Tiawah School’s North campus.