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Contact: MARCY JARRETT

Email: Marcy@VisitEnid.org

Phone: 580-233-3643

Contact 2: ROB HOUSTON

Email: Rob@VisitEnid.org

Contact 3: JENNA SPENCER

Email: Jenna@VisitEnid.org

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Event: CHRISTMAS IN THE VILLAGE

Month: DECEMBER

City: ENID

Begins: Dec-01-2017
Ends: Dec-26-2017

Description: Escape to a simpler time and experience Christmas in the Cherokee Outlet as it was over 100 years ago, with the sights, smells and sounds of the holiday season. Four historic buildings in Humphrey Heritage Village are decorated for Christmas circa 1900, including the Glidewell House, where every room is filled with the Christmas spirit. Step from the Glidewell\\\'s living room where the Christmas tree awaits presents for young and old, into the dining room set immaculately in anticipation of a mouth-watering Christmas dinner. Opening night is Fri., Dec. 1 from 5-8 pm. Hours beginning Dec. 2 are 10 am-5 pm Tuesday-Saturday, closed Christmas Day.


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Event: SUMMER CHAUTAUQUA

Month: JUNE

City: ENID

Begins: Jun-12-2018
Ends: Jun-16-2018

Description: Chautauqua is historical tourism at its finest. It\'s your chance to time travel to another era and meet some of history\'s most illustrious characters. Historical enactments include a monologue \"in character\" and an opportunity to pose questions to both the visiting luminary and the scholar/presenter. Daytime workshops and lectures give further glimpses of the social, cultural and political nuances of the era. This is the 24th year for Summer Chautauqua in Enid, making it one of the longest-running Chautauqua events in the nation.


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Event: MAKE YOUR OWN WESTERN MOVIE

Month: ONGOING

City: ENID

Begins: Aug-01-2017
Ends: Aug-01-2018

Description: There\'s a band of outlaws coming to Enid, Oklahoma. Pompous Mayor Whistleblower is trying to calm the residents during a town hall meeting when the inept Marshall Leadbottom walks in. What can Leadbottom possibly do to protect the townsfolk? Your group is the cast of this old western micro-movie! As the tour leader, you will be provided the script in advance and you can choose your characters and rehearse your lines on your motor coach ride to Enid. Your group will act on the movie sets inside Skeleton Creek Productions, where six Western movies featuring Stormy Lane and Texas Clapsaddle have been filmed. Professional cinematography will be provided by KJ Filmworks. Once the movie is edited, you will receive the final version on DVD which can then be shown at a watch party so members of the group can see themselves on the big screen. You can also make copies of the DVD for distribution to the group. Costumes are limited so have your group come dressed the part of an old west cowboy or cowgirl. * Minimum group size: 30 * Cost: $30 per person with lunch provided * Time allotment: 3 hours