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  • Writer's pictureShawnda Price

Guthrie Events: February 2021

February 2nd

  • Oklahoma Territorial Museum at 406 E. Oklahoma Ave. in Guthrie presents the opening of two Smithsonian exhibitions (Feb. 2-May 31): “A Place for All People”, the rich & diverse story of the African American experience “World War I Lessons & Legacies”. See the museum & these exhibitions 9-5, Tues-Sat, $7 adults, $5 seniors, $4 kids 4-18.

  • In place of the annual in-person Valentine event, the museum has “take & make” Victorian Valentine craft packets, which may be picked up 2/2-2/13 during open hours, $1 each.

February 6th

  • The Byron Berline Band bluegrass music show @ Double Stop Music Hall, 121 E. Oklahoma, $15. 282-6646

February 6th & 7th

  • Lazy E Arena- Red Dirt Team Roping.

February 11th-14th

February 6th & 13th

February 12th & 13th

  • “My Vexxed Valentine” at Guthrie Haunts, 4524 Riverside Circle, Guthrie. 7:00pm-11:00pm. Scary fun for Valentines Weekend, $20 per couple or $15 for singles, cash only, ticket window opens at 7pm.

February 13th

  • Time to wear a fancy hat for the 6th Annual “Crowns Tea” reception and program at Guthrie Public Library, 1:00pm-4:30pm. Based on the book “Crowns: Portraits of Black Women in Church Hats”, all are welcome to this free event, but must reserve at Library, 282-0050 ext. 3.

February 20th

  • Fiddle Fest, featuring fiddlers of all ages, along with The Byron Berline Band. @Double Double Stop Music Hall, 211 E. Oklahoma, call 282-6646 to reserve, $15 at the door, 282-6646

February Tuesdays 2nd, 9th, 16th, 23rd

February Saturdays 6, 13, 20, 27

Downtown Fridays & Saturdays

Guthrie places (museums, galleries, historic architecture, lakes, parks) and events (music, theater, celebrations) to enjoy, restaurants to try, shops to buy unique and useful items, lodgings in which to stay, all this and more can be perused at!

Cover Art by @Shawn Hancock Illustration & Design.

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