SAN DIEGO CHEROKEE

COMMUNITY

Hello and welcome to the website for the San Diego Cherokee Community. We are a satellite community of the Cherokee Nation created to act as the official point of contact between the Cherokee Nation and its citizens in the San Diego County area. We were formed in 2007.

A Bit About Us
Our Story

We are a satellite community of the Cherokee Nation created to act as the official point of contact between the Cherokee Nation and its citizens in the San Diego County area. We were formed in 2007. The vast majority of our membership are citizens of the Cherokee Nation. It is our function to educate, inform and help maintain a connection between the Cherokees in our area, and those Cherokees in Oklahoma and across the country

Upcoming Events

On average, we have five to six meetings per year. This includes the annual “Chief’s Picnic”, a potluck at Lake Murray, and other meetings where special subjects or activities are planned. Check here to see what our next event will be and where

We will be doing some artwork involving feathers and beads. – Have a meal. – Watch a video about Cherokee and North Carolina ancient history – And More. Unfortunately, we have reached the maximum number of attendees which the library will allow. 

August 2023
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Events Directions

Click Here For Directions To The Veterans Museum
Click Here For A Map To The Balboa Park Centro Building
Click Here For Directions To The Lake Murray Location
Click Here For A Map To The De Anza Cove
Click Here For Directions To Crown Point North
Click Here For A Map And Directions To Liberty Station
Click Here For Directions To Admiral Baker Field - 2400 Admiral Baker Rd, San Diego, CA 92124

Our vision is to:

“Promote and nurture the historical values for Cherokee citizens living outside the Cherokee Nation boundaries”

“To learn and retain Cherokee language and culture for future generations”

“To be knowledgeable and assist the tribal nation in the issues facing modern Cherokee citizens”

“To work in concert with other pilot California citizen organizations for the benefit of the Cherokee Nation as a whole”

“To work in concert with other pilot California citizen organizations for the benefit of the Cherokee Nation as a whole”

This organization will be directed predominately by citizens of the Cherokee Nation. However, non-citizen Cherokees, family members, and non-Indians with an interest in the Cherokee Nation are also welcome to participate

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