The Colorado Cherokee Circle is a community of Cherokees dedicated to Cherokee history, culture, heritage, tradition, and fellowship. We are a non-political, non-profit Native American organization whose members reside outside the historic boundaries of the Cherokee Nation and Bands. We have come together on the basis of our shared history and heritage, and out of an interest in the continuation of and a love for the Cherokee People and Nations. The Colorado Cherokee Circle was presented the Cherokee National Community Leadership Award in 2011.
We welcome all who are interested in the Cherokee heritage. Please join us at our next meeting. Our informal meetings include topics on Cherokee language, history and culture.
Our meetings are on the third Saturday of the month, however this may change to accommodate our Cherokee Nation sponsored quests. Since the meeting locations alternate, please see the schedule for the times and location of each meeting. We will send specifics by email prior to each meeting.
Highlands United Methodist Church
3131 Osceola Street
Denver, Colorado 80212
53 East 128th Avenue
Thornton, Colorado 80241
Sunday August 10, 2014
Noon to 4:00 pm
3701 Johnson Street (38th and Kipling)
Access to the parking lot is off Johnson Street, 1 block east of Kipling St. and 1 block south of 38th.
Corn and ribs will be provided
Please bring a side dish, desert, or drinks, coolers with ice
If you don't want ribs, you can bring something else to grill
No glass containers or alcoholic beverages
Contact us at CoCherokee@live.com.
Visit us at www.CoCherokeeCircle.com and on FaceBook.