At Plymouth Bluff Environmental Center of MUW
April 14th & April 15th
Price: $5 adult; $3 student;
Free to Student Groups
Expressions is a can’t miss, one-of-a-kind cultural panorama. Enjoy watching the bead making, basket weaving, stick ball, dancing, and many more Choctaw activities at this historic locale. One of the United States original First Nations, the Mississippi Band of Choctaw Indians is the only federally recognized American Indian tribe living within the state of Mississippi.
- Interactive cultural and educational activities
- Views of the Tombigbee River
- On the grounds of historically significant Plymouth Bluff
Enjoy the breathtaking environment of the grounds of Plymouth Bluff Environmental Center as guests are welcomed by members of the Mississippi Band of Choctaw Indians. Participate in interactive cultural and educational activities such as basket making, beading, stick ball, storytelling, and foodways, and meet the Choctaw Princess. Listen to the sounds Choctaw chants and watch as dancers are led by the rise and fall of the chanters’ voices. Vendors will be onsite to showcase their versions of traditional art forms; crafts will be available for purchase.
✓ Interactive Experience.
✓ Native American cultural demonstrations
x Handicap accessible
x Food or product purchases
Location: 2200 Old West Point Road, Columbus
Know before you go:
- 5 miles from downtown Columbus.
- Outdoor event: Wear comfortable walking shoes and dress for the weather.
- On street parking
- Food truck on site
- Handmade products available for sale
- Restrooms on site