On the heels of two signature events.
Two of the Chickasaw Cultural Center’s star amenities have recently reopened for the public to enjoy new and improved spaces. The timing couldn’t be better considering the Cultural Center is set to once again host two of its signature events in person: The Holba’ Pisachi’ Native Film Festival, March 11, and The Three Sisters Celebration, March 14-18, and they're the perfect time to see the new additions.
Located in the Anoli’ Theater building, the Aaimpa’ Café underwent extensive renovations that expanded its indoor seating and menu. Whether dining in the fresh, new interior space or the outdoor patio, visitors have the choice of new specialties like venison stew, pulled pork stacks and salmon. Expanded grill items include the Mountain Burger (charbroiled ground elk burger on a brioche bun) and new options for children like macaroni and cheese. Returning visitors will be happy to know favorites such as the Buffalo Burger, Stomp Dancer Sandwich and the Chickasaw Special all return to the menu!
Aaimpa’ Café is open Tuesday-Saturday from 11 a.m. to 3 p.m. Click here for the full menu.
The Anoli’ Theater has also been renovated with new lighting, technology upgrades and an expanded stage for live events. The Cultural Center typically uses this space to tell First American stories through the art of film, but it also serves as the perfect venue for cultural presentations, workshops, scholarly lectures, stomp dance demonstrations, fashions shows and more!
Don’t miss your chance to enjoy the newly renovated Aaimpa’ Café and Anoli’ Theater during the Cultural Center’s upcoming signature events!
Holba’ Pisachi’ Native Film Festival
Returning in person for the first time since 2019! See feature films and documentaries, and join Q&A’s with filmmakers.
Three Sisters Celebration
Celebrate the planting of essential crops and spring’s arrival Saturday, March 14-18, and see centuries of art history and language unfold.