The Osage Tribal Museum group is headed for St. Louis, Mo., on Tuesday, April 1, to celebrate the city’s 250th anniversary, and they will have plenty of activities to keep all guests very busy.

A sampling of the activities that will take place are: An Osage Mass at the St. Francis Xavier College Church; A poetry reading by Osage poet, Carter Revard, which will be held in the ballroom of the St. Louis University Museum of Art; Osage Allottee exhibit at the University of St. Louis; a visit to both Cahokia Mounds and Sugarloaf Mound; Artists Panel that will be made up of Osage artists, potter Anita Fields, Osage painter Norman Akers, and Osage portrait artist C.R. Red Corn; Principal Chief Scott BigHorse to speak at Chatillon-DeMenil; Osage blessing at Old St. Ferdinand Shrine in Florissant, MO; Tour will follow at the shrine; visiting the Sheldon Art Galleries to see Children of the Middle Waters: Osage Art, Then and Now; Talk by Caitlin Donald, Osage/Ponca.

Spaces are available and reservations may be made by contacting the Osage Tribal Museum, (918) 287-5441.