The Kiamichi Owachito Festival of the Forest is happening September 24 and 25 in Broken Bow, Oklahoma - and you don’t want to miss it!
The Choctaw term for “coming together”, Owa-Chito highlights the rich heritage and impressive progress of Choctaw Country through competitions, talent demonstrations, dancing and all-around entertainment.
Here’s a look at what you can expect at this one-of-a-kind event:
From American Indian Dancing, Kiamichi talent showcases, gospel singing, nightly music and more, you can expect to enjoy a wide variety of artistic talents at this year’s festival. Music fans will be especially excited to see country star, Casey Donahew, performing live at this year’s festival!
Are you a fishing fanatic or wood-turning wonder? You’ll love seeing the best of their trade compete over the span of this two-day festival. Catch canoe races, watch archers take aim or cheer as the next Miss Owa-Chito is crowned.
Sign up for the Owa-Chito 5K, or check out this year’s events, including Log Rolling, Bow Sawing, Bull of the Woods, Ax Throwing and so much more. Not sure what some of these are? There’s only one way to find out!
We can’t wait to “come together” at The Owa-Chito Festival this year! More information is available at https://www.owachitofestival.com
As always, we’d love to host you on your next visit to the Broken Bow/Hochatown area. Book your stay or reach out at www.infinitypines.com
-Nate & Angie