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Native American Heritage Month Celebration
Join the Oldham County History Center to celebrate Native American Heritage Month. The Ohio River was one of the most important corridors for Native American travel and trade. Thousands took advantage of the pristine water and abundant resources for sustenance and trade. There is evidence that Native Americans were thriving in Oldham County as long as 30,000 years ago. Native cultures that lived in Oldham County and the surrounding region included the Adena, Hopewell, Osage, Miami, Seneca-Iroquois, Cherokee and Shawnee. Enjoy a full day of events: 10:30-11:30am: Native American Stories by author & artist Thomas Freese
12pm- 12:45pm: Native American Flute concert
1pm-2pm: Presentation/re-enactment by Jim Zimmerman