Caddo Culture Club

Caddo Culture Club Officers:

Michael Meeks II, Chairman


PO Box 231
Binger, Oklahoma 73009

The Caddo Culture Club is a non-profit organization that was formed in 1988 in an effort to preserve the culture and traditions of the Caddo People. We were the first known group that was established to help preserve the culture of the Caddo Indians.

We have appeared at universities, public schools, and museums throughout the United States performing our songs and dances and providing information about our history as well as modern activities. In the past year, we have appeared at many local events as well as event all across Oklahoma Texas, Louisiana, and Arkansas. Some of our events include:

  • The Annual Caddo Culture Day event at the Caddo Mounds Site near Alto, Texas.
  • The yearly Caddo Conference held at different locations across Oklahoma, Texas, Arkansas, and Louisiana.
  • Our Annual Dance is held yearly on the third weekend of June at the Caddo Nation Dance Grounds.

The Caddo Culture Club meets every 1st and 3rd Thursday of every month at the Caddo Nation Cultural Building at 7:00PM to discuss upcoming events and activities. Members usually bring a covered dish for potluck and we practice our traditional Caddo singing and dancing after the meeting. The Caddo Nation’s Cultural Building is located 5 miles east of Binger, Oklahoma or 15 miles north of Anadarko, Oklahoma at the intersection of Highways 152 & 281.  Our meetings are open to the public and everyone is invited to attend.