Held annually on the Friday before Thanksgiving, the Holiday Bazaar features baked goods, craft items, cheese apples, Christmas decorations, and an assortment of other goodies. A lunchtime meal is also served. We invite you to attend next year.
Begun in 1975, the annual Holiday Bazaar is the primary fundraiser for the Seminole Nation Museum. The event is a community-supported project that depends on the generosity and involvement of area citizens in donating baked goods, handcrafts, grab bags, and white elephant items. Proceeds from the event are used to support the Museum’s programs and services and to help defray extensive operating costs.
A perennial favorite of the event is the cheese apples. One of the most sought-after confections sold at the event, the cheese apple has been a part of the Wewoka community since Helen Ellwanger began making them in the 1940s.