The next exhibit at Ah-Tah-Thi-Ki Museum, on display from Dec. 8 to Nov. 30, 2015, will attempt to explain how traditional Seminole clothing is not a costume using 27 contemporary patchwork garments for every age, gender and purpose.
“We demonstrate that patchwork is worn every day for all reason
Immokalee has lassoed itself a professional rodeo.
The Seminole Tribe of Florida will host the rodeo in January, as part of a new championship series.
The idea came from Paul Anderson, chief of the Immokalee Fire Control District, who sees it as a way to round up more volunteer firefighters.
The 2nd Annual Holiday Youth Archery Shoot is coming up December 13th at the Fred Smith Rodeo Arena in Brighton. All paid entries will be entered in drawings throughout the day for prizes. Pre-register today!
At this year's FSU Homecoming, a beautifully handcrafted "Florida State" Seminole skirt is on display with handy coin bags as a special giveaway from Florida Seminole Tourism. The items were provided by the Brighton Seminole Culture Center. Additional arts and crafts...
Runners and spectators...this special event is worth the drive! Enjoy the Native cuisine and crafts of Seminole vendors, alligator wrestling, cool raffle prizes, and the grand prize a trip to a NON-stateside Hard Rock Hotel and Casino resort!