Guthrie’s Territorial Christmas: Three weeks of Victorian Christmas celebrations

Guthrie’s Territorial Christmas Foundation presents a series of events taking place in Guthrie’s historic downtown. Below is our list of events with dates, locations and details.

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Lighted Christmas Parade/ Territorial Governor Ceremonies- November 30, 2019.

This nighttime parade kicks off at 6:00 p.m. from the Scottish Rite Temple and from there the illuminated cars, trucks, dune buggies, and even be-lighted people head west along Oklahoma Avenue. The Parade ends at the Post Office and is immediately followed by the Territorial Governor Ceremonies where we find out who bought the 2019-2020 Territorial Governor’s Race.

Watch for Santa Claus at the end of the Parade, then follow him down to The Guthrie Depot after the Governor Ceremonies for pictures!

Distinctive Homes Tour- December 7, 2019. Enjoy an exclusive look inside some of Guthrie’s most distinctive homes and historic buildings, decorated for the holiday season! Reserve your tickets online for pick up the day of the event, or purchase in person on December 7th.

Victorian Walk Nights- December 7 & 14, 2019. Guthrie’s Victorian Christmas Walks embody all of the best parts of the season in the heart of America’s largest historic district. Come see for yourself why those young and old flock from all over the world to experience these special holiday events! Find more information here.

Guthrie has proudly been named as Oklahoma’s Christmas Capital during the opening ceremonies of 2017 and 2018 by both Senator Chuck Hall and former Senator AJ Griffin.

Guthrie’s Territorial Christmas Foundation is a Guthrie local organization separate from the City of Guthrie and the Guthrie Chamber of Commerce. The board is comprised of unpaid volunteers, and every dollar spent on the events you know and love is gifted to the Foundation through fundraising efforts, grants, and private donations. Truly, our celebrations are for the community, by the community.

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