Welcome back to our latest installment of our Decades of Seminole Tourism series! This week, join us for the triumphs of 2000s, as the Seminole Tribe rocks through Y2K. In this decade, the Seminole Tribe would expand by leaps and bounds, with the construction of Hard Rock Hollywood and Tampa in 2004 and acquisition of Hard Rock International in 2007.
This week, learn a bit about the Florida Folklife Festival! Experience music, crafts, storytelling, food, dancing and more at this year's 70th annual festival in White Springs, FL. Follow along to explore the history of the festival, the integral role Seminole people have played in its popularity and success, and how you can participate.
How much do you know about the Plume Wars in Florida? Grab some popcorn! This week follow along as we talk about the Native Reel Cinema Festival, the Plume Wars in Florida, and the 1958 film Wind Across the Everglades.
Participating in Earth Day is a great way to show support, but it is equally important to make ourselves climate conscious every day. Turn your good intentions into good habits! Follow along for ways you can work to change your life and environment for the better, every day of the year.
Big Cypress Seminole Indian Reservation, Fla. (January 28, 2022) – Ah-Tha-Thi-Ki means “a place to learn, a place to remember." Tucked into the Big Cypress Reservation, the Ah-Tah-Thi-Ki Museum is so much more than just a destination. Come join us through this walk through of the Museum's 360 degree Virtual Tour!
South Florida residents looking to experience Seminole culture should visit the iconic Florida Everglades and the Ah-Tah-Thi-Ki Museum. Owned and operated by the Seminole Tribe of Florida, this museum is located on the Big Cypress Reservation near Clewiston. In fact, the museum is gearing up for its biggest event of the year - the American Indian Arts Celebration (AIAC) on November 1st and 2nd! The Native American sketch comedy troupe known as the 1491s will be headlining the event and making their first AIAC appearance. This is one event that should be on your “fun list” for a day (or two) of non-stop action, Native arts and entertainment. A Native American Celebration for Everyone The American Indian Arts Celebration is huge and allows for learning outside of museum doors. It celebrates Native arts and culture in an engaging and intimate way. Open to all ages, it’s a wonderful family event as children