Chickasaw Nation to Host Fairy Story Session

TELL A FAIRYPublished February 24, 2016

ADA, OKLAHOMA — Chickasaw Nation Division of Arts and Humanities will celebrate National Tell a Fairy Tale Day, Friday, Feb. 26, by inviting children and adults alike to listen, share or read their favorite stories.

The Arts and Humanities Chokma’si Gallery on 201 N. Broadway, Ada, Oklahoma, opens for guests to gather at 11:30 a.m. This fairy tale experience is open to the public at no charge.

A fairy tale is a fictional story often featuring folkloric characters such as fairies, goblins, elves, trolls, giants, mermaids, gnomes or other mythical beings. Magical and enchanting themes also tend to show up in fairy tales.

Jack and the Beanstalk, The Boy who Cried Wolf, The Gingerbread Man and Beauty and the Beast are all popular examples of such stories.

Arts and Humanities invites everyone to bring a sack lunch and listen to or share their favorite fairy tales.

For more information, contact Chickasaw Nation Division of Arts and Humanities at 580-272-5520.

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