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Cherokee Heritage Center Holds New Flat Reed Basketry Class

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Residents looking to find a new hobby need look no further than a class at the Cherokee Heritage Center this weekend.


The Center is enrolling students for its new Cherokee flat reed basketry class this weekend. The class will begin at 10 am until 3 pm on Saturday at the Center's location on 21192 S. Keeler Drive in Park Hill, Oklahoma.


According to the press release, the history and making of baskets from flat reeds will be the focus of this class. The Cherokee Heritage Center asks that students register prior to the class due to limited seating.


The cost of the class is $40 per student and children must be at least 12 years of age with an adult present for children between the ages 12-17.


For more information, contact the Center's education department at (888) 999-6007 or by email at tonia-weavel@cherokee.org.

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