The Pollard Theatre Company opens it’s 27th season “Our Voices” with the return of the widely acclaimed musical, PASSING STRANGE. Universally applauded for its originality, deep emotional resonance and powerful score, PASSING STRANGE, featuring W. Jerome Stevenson, opens August 9.
Crossroads Clinic will host the Rescue Me 5K Run and 2-mile Walk for Life on Saturday, September 28, 2013 at Mineral Wells Park in Guthrie. The race route will take you through historic downtown Guthrie and the family-friendly event will feature live music, face painting, balloon animals, a bounce house, hot dogs, chips & drinks.
The Simple Life Center – what’s that? It is a concept, an offering of great “old school” activities for kids, and it is soon to be a place, in September, at the new Drexel Event Center, 219 S. Drexel in Guthrie.
With only six weeks remaining until the highly anticipated Gentlemen of the Road Guthrie Stopover, that will feature the Grammy winning Mumford & Sons, the city council has approved to suspended a few ordinances to accompany the large event.
The Lazy E Arena is hosting the Red Dirt Classic Team Roping this weekend and afterwards are offering a free concert on both Friday and Saturday. Red Dirt concerts.
With the release of his new children’s book, Mayor Mark Spradlin will be conducting two book signing this week in the downtown area.
Mumford & Sons has released extra tickets for the Gentlemen of the Road Stopover in Guthrie and have finalized the schedule of who is joing the Grammy winning band. In addition, the band announced more camping passes.
It will not be the royal wedding, but perhaps it will be a thunderous one when Oklahoma City Thunder all-star Kevin Durant ties the knot. Perhaps, the basketball star will marry his love in Guthrie?
Guthrie Girl Scout Troop 516 will be hosting an event called, Pet Palooza, on Saturday, July 27 at Mineral Wells Park in Guthrie for their Girl Scout Bronze and Silver Award Project.
How in the world did Guthrie ever land the mega-star, Grammy award-winning Mumford & Sons and the three-day Stopover? The short answer to that question – internet and 51 acres of open land.
Several people in the Guthrie area are set to light fuses and take off running with the celebration of the Fourth of July. However, you must have a permit if you live inside the city limits.
Thumper is really excited about his new book that is now available. His owner and writer is also excited about the release of a new children’s book – Thumper and the Squirrels.
While students continue to enjoy their summer vacation, an estimated 60 kids took part in the Science Matters Mobile Museum this week at the Guthrie Public Library.
It has been a story book career and now Byron Berline has put all the memories and stories into an autobiography – A Fiddler’s Diary.
The Guthrie High School Band and Choir traveled to Orlando Florida to participate in the Festival Disney competition on May 28 through June 4. Both groups received Superior ratings.
Guthrie’s Mike Bartels will soon be competing against the best in the nation when he travels to New Mexico for the ninth annual National Junior High Finals Rodeo (NJHFR). The event will be broadcasted online.
BC Bail Bonds and Guthrie are about to be shown to a national television audience this weekend on CMT as Duane “Dog”, Beth and Leland Chapman help the local bail bond company find their wanted men.
Steps are continuing to be taken for the Gentlemen of the Road Stopover Tour slated for Guthrie in September. The highlight of the weekend will feature the Grammy winning group Mumford & Sons.
Summer is almost here and local children will be looking for some fun in the sun and what could be better than a dip in the city pool?
The Guthrie Kiwanis Club was looking for a ‘89er Celebration event that they could sponsor that would highlight youth since that is the main focus of their club.