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.
November 24 - December 23, 2017
Thirty years after its debut performance, A TERRITORIAL CHRISTMAS CAROL continues to delight audiences and bring the world’s most produced Christmas tale to life with its unique Guthrie flair. After nearly 20 years, celebrated Oklahoma performer and Pollard favorite, James Ong, will bid farewell to the role of miserly curmudgeon, Ebenezer Scrooge, when the run […]
It’s the 13th Annual Family Fall Festival at First Christian Church and this year it’s loaded with tons of games and prizes. Sunday, Oct. 29 from 4 to 6 p.m. the community is invited to join in this free event featuring 19 indoor games and children receive prizes at every booth.
Summer is not officially over until Street Kings host their annual movie event at the Beacon Drive-In.
With a recommendation from the Park Board, the Guthrie city council unanimously approved preliminary and final phase design to begin for Banner Park, which would bring a playground, picnic areas and the City’s first splash pad to the west side of town.
Article written in October 2017. With a 5-0 city council vote, residential fireworks are returning to the city limits of Guthrie.
A record crowd made their way to downtown Guthrie on Saturday for the 7th annual Guthrie Escape, Art & Wine Festival.
Check out what the Guthrie Escape will have to offer in 2017 with Guthrie Mayor Steve Gentling.
Check out the unique and wonderful history of Guthrie, Oklahoma by visiting a true Oklahoma gem, The Oklahoma Territorial Museum & Carnegie Library.
Sunday was an evening of fun for children and, yes, most adults as they embarked on the downtown streets of Guthrie for several activities. Here are the sight and sounds from the second annual event.
On Saturday evening, the Pollard Theatre held their annual red carpet gala inside the Oak Tree Country Club. The gala helps fund the upcoming season.
It was a long shot for a Guthrie teen when she tweeted out to a well-known band to play at her sister’s wedding, but a Twitter deal is a deal, right?
With the Fourth of July celebration here in Guthrie and across the nation, city officials are reminding citizens about an ordinance that keeps popping fireworks to a minimum within city limits.
Photo courtesy of Aaron Ryburn - City of Guthrie
For the second year in a row, the Red Brick Nights July outdoor concert was a must-see event as thousands took the streets for a night of music, entertainment, food and fireworks.