See ya in October . . .
Have you seen what all is happening this month of October in Guthrie? Our Tourism Calendar is full of events! I'm sure there will be more added, there is a ton of happenin' events! Come and enjoy autumn in Guthrie. See our City of Guthrie Tourism website calendar guthrieok.com for all the details of fun things to do, such as:
Bluegrass Festival happening Oct. 7 & 8, Guthrie Haunts Scaregrounds on Fridays and Saturdays, Guthrie Ghost Walk weekend walks, Antique & Vintage Outdoor Market on Saturday, Oct. 8, 8am-4pm, Second Saturday Stroll (when stores stay open til 7pm on Oct. 8, and feature artists, musicians, and bingo card game). BCW Pro Wrestling is at the fairgrounds on Saturday, Oct. 8.
And what about great cowboy/cowgirl events at Lazy E Arena all month long?
10/22 is full of good times: "The Police" tribute band concert plus more bands, Fall Farm Fest, Bluegrass at the Music Hall, Fork to Fellowship Fundraiser, and Paranormal Investigation (see calendar).
10/29: Dunagan-Farms Family Farm Day, Octoberfest at St. Mary's Polka & Brats and History Never Dies carnival at the Territorial Museum.
10/31: Downtown Guthrie Trick or Treat, 4pm-6pm, and both Guthrie Scaregrounds and Guthrie Ghost Walk are open for Halloween (see links above).
Check our Tourism calendar, guthrieok.com, have a great time, and have a super October!
Are museums your thing? One of a kind options in downtown Guthrie ...
"The mission of the Oklahoma Territorial Museum
is to preserve the heritage of Oklahoma through the
collection and interpretation of archival and material
culture to present the development and influence of urban
institutions. The museum documents the creation of the
Unassigned Lands, the Land Run of 1889, the homestead
experience, and territorial and state government. The
history of Guthrie is told as the capital city of the territorial
government and the first state capital."
Seniors: (55+) $5.00
Children (6-18) $4.00
Mon-Sat: 9 a.m. - 5 p.m.
"The Territorial Capital Sports Museum
is dedicated to the preservation and
interpretation of Oklahoma's rich sports history.
Our goal is to have a positive influence on young
people by celebrating the accomplishments
of Oklahoma Athletes."
Tues - Sat: 10 a.m. - 4 p.m.
"The Oklahoma Frontier Drugstore Museum collections reflect
the history of pharmacy and medicine in the 19th and 20th
centuries in the Oklahoma and Indian Territories and the State
of Oklahoma. The artifacts and ephemera exhibited in the
Museum were coincident with the westward migration of
pioneers, shopkeepers, families and pharmacists as well as
a host of other health care providers who populated the
frontier regions of the United States."
Tues - Saturday: 10 a.m. - 5 p.m.
Troll's Bingo Pinball Museum
Betcha your town doesn't have one of these! Re-opening after heat, Sept 7, 2022. Days open: Wed.-Sat. 12 p.m.- 6 p.m. Vintage and collector gambling machines from yesteryear, real slot machines plus unusual gaming devices. 2507 S. Division. Troll's number is 405-532-4021 or firstname.lastname@example.org
And let's not forget about expressing our artistic side with an art class or two ...
Learn the art of blowing glass! Check their site for dates/times. Classes are $70 per student for each session, and the fee includes all tools and materials and the piece the student creates.
Learn to paint in a fun group setting with the Tipsy Artist! Classes available throughout the month of June.
As always, the world famous (and one and only!) Lazy E Arena offers events year round for rodeo and equestrian lovers ...