Guthrie’s Territorial Christmas events are back and better than ever

{Guthrie, Oklahoma} – Guthrie’s Territorial Christmas Foundation(GTCF) has hosted a series of Christmas events every year for over 35 years. These events include; Opening Day, Lighted Christmas ParadeDistinctive Homes Tour, and Victorian Walks.

This year we’re enhancing and expanding the events that everyone knows and loves. Perhaps our most exciting change will be integrating the much-revered steampunk attire into our Victorian Walks. Previously, guests of the Victorian walks were suggested to wear only costumes that correlate to the central theme of Territorial Victorian Christmas. Encouraging the steampunk genre into the walks will open up the events to a new and intriguing tier of costumes for viewing and enjoyment by the public. Steampunk attire features notable Victorian pieces such as corsets, petticoats, suspenders, and gowns but has an edgier, distressed look with a post-apocalyptic feel.  

*Ensuring the Victorian Walks maintain a family-friendly environment is an important part of our theatrical time travel and holiday experience. In that spirit, we ask that guests use their discretion and common sense. Attire that is not appropriate for a family event includes:

·Clothing with objectionable material such as obscene language or graphics.

·Clothing that exposes excessive portions of the body that may be viewed as inappropriate for a family environment.

Other enhancements include doubling the number of Victorian props around town for viewing and photos, more themed talent, we’re bringing BACK the live window displays, and so much more! Visit our Facebook page and our website to view updates about upcoming events. Whether you are dressed up or not, we hope to see you in historic downtown Guthrie on December 3rd and 10th for the Victorian Walks!


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