The weather could not have been scripted any better for the Summer Bash on Sunday evening inside Highland Park.
Pictured below: Sgt. Anthony Gibbs helps with the police department's obstacle course on 2nd Street.
The streets were packed with over 1,300 people on Sunday evening for the first Guthrie Summer Streets event. An event that is directed toward the youth and fitness. Although, many adults were seen getting into the action.
Crescent Public Schools went back to school this week, but just days before the students arrived administrators, teachers and staff showed off their “dance” moves to welcome back their Tiger students.
Register for Family Fun Day drawing by September 2 at any BancFirst Location
BancFirst has announced the second annual WILD About Steven Adams Family Fun Day contest. Entry to the drawing is open to the public and one winner from each BancFirst community will be selected. The winner and three guests can enjoy a day at the OKC Zoo topped off by a private VIP sea lion show […]
The momentum for downtown block parties continues to increase in popularity with music, activities, food and social gathering. The Guthrie Summer Streets momentum will continue into August with “Open Streets” and another edition of Red Brick Nights.
The Fourth of July celebration in downtown Guthrie may be forever changed following a huge night of fireworks, music, food and games.
For more information, including how to be a vendor, contact Cagney Moorman at Cagney.Moorman@fmbankok.com.
For the upcoming summer months, people will be pulling out their lawn chairs and jam to music while enjoying food and taking in vendors. Red Brick Nights is here.
Did you miss the 87th Annual 89er’s Day Parade or want to relive the moment? Guthrie News Page has the video production by the City of Guthrie. Chris Evans and Phil Nichols served as the parade emcees.
Multidisciplinary ‘Culture Storm’ to reflect hope, indomitable spirit
OKLAHOMA CITY – Representatives of more than 75 arts and cultural heritage organizations from across Oklahoma will rally at the State Capitol from 9 a.m. to 2 p.m. on Wednesday, May 4 to raise awareness among state legislators of the economic and social impact of the arts in urban and rural communities.
Guthrie Mayor Steve Gentling presents the "Key to the City" to Jodi Stoddard, President of the Executive Board of the Little Britches Rodeo Association as planning starts for hosting the thousands of participants and spectators who will come to the Lazy E and the Guthrie area July 5-10, 2016 for the National Finals
The Territorial All Sports Museum turned into the executive conference room for the Board of the National Little Britches Rodeo Association (NLBRA). Steve Gentling, Mayor of Guthrie, welcomed the women and men of the Board to Guthrie and presented a key to the city and expressed the delight of Guthrie being a partner with the NLBRA.
Guthrie, OK – The 1950s are out and change is in the air! The Pollard Theatre Company is proud to present the international smash hit musical comedy, HAIRSPRAY, a family-friendly musical piled bouffant high with laughter, romance, and deliriously tuneful songs. Marking the fifth production of the company’s 29th Season, this larger-than-life 60s musical about love […]
Relay for Life will have a Survivor Brunch immediately preceding Relay at the First United Presbyterian Church at 10 a.m. The survivors can then go straight to Relay for the opening ceremonies at noon.
You won’t want to miss Guthrie High School’s production of the musical “Les Miserables”.
Horse Feathers Equine Center is pleased to announce they are participating in the ASPCA Help A Horse Day this year. Their event is April 23 at Liberty Lake here in Guthrie. In conjunction with the event, the Oklahoma Equestrian Trail Riders Association and the Logan County Trail Riders are making donations to make improvements for […]
The first of many episodes of The Guthrie Artist Showcase featuring art, music and photography from creative people who call Guthrie America their home for inspiration.
The Oklahoma Territorial Museum, 406 E. Oklahoma Ave., will host author Jerry Wilson with a book signing for his novel, Across the Cimarron on Saturday, April 2 from 1-3 p.m. Light refreshments will be served by the Friends of the Guthrie Museum Complex. Per his publisher Mongrel Press, “The book takes readers back to the […]