Tulsa's Oldest Native American Cultural Organization
Throughout the year, the Tulsa Indian Club, Inc., a 501(c)(3) Non-Profit organization, produces four events to preserve and promote the rich cultures and customs of Native American peoples. These events provide the funding for the organization to reach back into the Native Community for the advancement of opportunity, including its annual princess scholarship fund.
Tulsa Powwow - the signature event of the Tulsa Indian Club since 1952, began as a small, backyard gathering and grew into a nationally known Native American summer celebration. With over 60 years of history celebrating hundreds of years of tradition, the Tulsa Powwow attracts thousands of competitors and cultural enthusiasts to the Cox Business Center every July.
Day-Ohn-Day 5k-10k and Fun Run- A part of the Tulsa Running community races, the Day-Ohn-Day 5/10k & 1 mile Fun Run provides Native Americans & friends an opportunity to gather in friendly competition, while promoting healthy living.
Tulsa Winter/Spring Benefit Powwow- Held every winter, the Tulsa Indian Club Benefit Powwow generates support for Native American organizations identified as being in need. In addition to raising money, past benefit powwows have gathered canned goods, schools supplies and toys.
Tulsa Powwow 2017
Day Ohn Day 5k/10k 2017
Tulsa Powwow Princess
Native Spring Festival
Saturday, April 22, 2017 at Riverwalk in Jenks 10am-5pm
Former Tulsa Powwow Princesses
Tulsa Indian Club Incorporated