The Tiny Town Concert Series is a new video project out of Guthrie, Oklahoma. Each episode features an Oklahoma songwriter playing one of their original tunes at Hoboken Coffee Roasters. Chelsey Cope and Joel Mosman were the first two artists featured, and plans are to release a new video about once a month. The series […]
The 2018 Territorial Christmas Celebration was kicked off this season with the Guthrie Light Parade and Territorial Christmas Celebration in downtown Guthrie.
Watch the sights as many got out and enjoyed the Halloween trick-or-treat in downtown Guthrie.
The latest movie to film in Guthrie wrapped up earlier this month after spending weeks in Guthrie. Members of that film recently spoke about filming in Guthrie and what they enjoyed about Oklahoma’s first capital.
The 14th Annual Family Fall Festival will be held from 4 to 6 p.m. on Oct. 28 at First Christian Church in Guthrie. The Festival features 20 booths filled with free games, prizes, and food.
The 23rd annual Territorial Christmas Celebrations in historic Guthrie. Visiting Guthrie, the largest contiguous federal historic district in America, is the most extraordinary way to enjoy the Christmas season. The Territorial Christmas Celebrations are at the heart of Oklahoma’s traditional expression of the holidays, with all the flavor of the Territorial period—and all the excitement […]
The City of Guthrie has produced a promotional music video in collaboration with Oklahoma singer/songwriter Maggie McClure for her original song “Coming Home.” The video features a variety of segments highlighting the quality of life Guthrie offers to current and future residents, as well as visitors.
Changes announced for meetings and event schedule
The ’89er Committee Meeting and The American Legion LeBron Post 58 have announced a need for community involvement in the planning of the ’89er Celebration, as well as a few tweaks to the event schedule in 2019.
Banner Park officially opened up on Wednesday morning. Along with the City of Guthrie’s first splash pad, walking trails, pavilions and restrooms were also opened to the public.
Heady Coleman prepares to cross the line in one of the many events offered during Summer Streets.
Despite the on and off rain showers on Sunday, Summer Streets took place in the downtown streets of Guthrie.
The Charter Oak Elementary staff will host a popsicle party on Saturday, July 28 for families who live in the area of the future school. The party will be from 6-7 p.m. and will be set up by the main entrance of Charter Oak Hills and Sweetwater Springs (south entrance) Common Area and from 7 […]
Featuring fiddler Kyle Dillingham, Cowboy Jim Garling, Rusty Vineyard
On Sunday evening, August 5, three country gospel performers will present a concert to kick off a new series of local concert gatherings in Guthrie.
The City of Guthrie will hold a public hearing on Tuesday evening to propose a splash pad and playground project for Mineral Wells Park.
A lip-syncing battle has quickly escalated between local law enforcement agencies across the nation. Now, the Logan County Sheriff’s Office has entered the race.
The Guthrie Municipal Pool will officially open up for the summer season on June 2 and will run through August 12.
Brought back by popular demand, the Pollard Theatre Company closes out its 31st Season with a celebration of a legendary music icon and an extraordinary friendship. Besides being a delightful tribute to the renowned country singer, ALWAYS…PATSY CLINE, is based on the true story of the friendship between Patsy and her most devoted fan, Louise […]
After 10 years of hitting the streets, the final “The See Spot Run” will take place on May 12 in downtown Guthrie.
’89er Day Parade officials have always said the parade will go on … rain or shine. And for the 89th time – the parade marched on.
Life of Oklahoma aviation pioneer, James Herman Banning, to be showcased in Living History Performance
Guthrie native was the first African American to complete a transcontinental flight
OKLAHOMA CITY — Greatest Stories Never Told is proud to bring its Fly with Banning Living History Performance to Pleasant Hill Elementary School. A Broadway actor will bring Oklahoma’s aviation pioneer, James Herman Banning, to life in the interactive educational event. The Guthrie native’s life and achievements as the the first African American to receive a […]
If you can handle the truth, get ready for the electrifying original Broadway play that became the legendary Oscar-nominated film starring Jack Nicholson and Tom Cruise. The play – A Few Good Men – is coming to the Pollard Theatre in downtown Guthrie.