2nd Annual Shawnee Language Fair, Community Dinner & Stomp Dance

Contest open to citizens, students, CLPs or apprentices from any of the three Shawnee Nations or Shawnees enrolled in other federally recognized tribes. Entrants must use the official orthography of either the Shawnee Tribe or Absentee Shawnee Tribe for their project. Prizes will be awarded to the top three winners in each category.

1st Place – $500

2nd Place – $375

3rd Place – $250

CATEGORIES & SUBMISSION GUIDELINES

AGE GROUPSUBMISSION REQUIREMENT
KINDERGARTEN – GRADE 2SINGLE-PAGE POSTER
GRADES 3 & 44-PANEL COMIC STRIP
GRADES 5 & 66-PANEL COMIC STRIP
GRADES 7 & 88-PANEL COMIC STRIP
GRADES 9 – 1210-PANEL COMIC STRIP
ADULT SLIP STUDENT10-PANEL COMIC STRIP
ADULT CLP / APPRENTICE10-PANEL COMIC STRIP

DEADLINES & EVENTS

JUNE 1DEADLINE EXTENDED!
Submit name, grade level (if applicable) and copy of Tribal ID via email to shawneelanguage@shawnee-tribe.com
JULY 15 PROJECT/PRESENTATION DEADLINE
JULY 27 LANGUAGE FAIR & STOMP DANCE
Miami Tribe Community Center 2319 Newman Rd., Miami, OK 74354  

4:00 PM – Fair & Presentation of Awards
6:00 PM – Dinner
7:30 PM – Stomp Dance    

Unable to attend in person? The Fair and Stomp Dance will be streamed live on the Tribe’s YouTube channel, @saawanooki!

QUESTIONS? Contact SLIP at shawneelanguage@shawnee-tribe.com or (918) 542-2441, ext. 118.

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