Oklahoma '89er Celebration


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Location:Guthrie OK
Begins: Apr-18-2018
Ends: Apr-22-2018

Description: The '89er Celebration in Guthrie, Oklahoma celebrates the historic birth of Oklahoma that began with a canon shot at Noon on April 22, 1889. The Celebration includes a huge Carnival, Chuck Wagon Feed & Auction, '89er Queen Competition, the '89er Dance, Food and Craft Vendors, and the largest and oldest Parade in the State.

City of Guthrie CVB


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Contact: ANDREA POST

Email: apost@cityofguthrie.com

Phone: 405-282-0197

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Month: SEPTEMBER

City: GUTHRIE

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Ends: Sep-28-2017

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Month: DECEMBER

City: GUTHRIE

Begins: Nov-25-2017
Ends: Dec-16-2017

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