Aug 29, 2022
What are you
doing in September?
We are discussing some of the fun events happening throughout
Oklahoma during the month of September. If you want to find
something new to do this month, check out the show.
Rock the Route
popular FREE concert event, returns September 1, 2022! Celebrate
the Mother Road with great quality music, food trucks, and plenty
of fun activities for all ages in downtown Yukon from 6:00 pm to
the hometown of country superstar Garth Brooks, Yukon sprang into
being in 1891 as a farming community. Visitors flock to Yukon to
experience one of Oklahoma's largest ethnic festivals each year —
the Oklahoma Czech Festival goes all-out with music, a parade,
costumed dances, crafts and plenty of Czech delicacies.
Make your way to the Pottawatomie County Free Fair
Shawnee for an array of activities perfect for children and the
whole family. Come to this annual fair for arts and crafts,
commercial vendor and educational booths, delicious fair food,
midway games and evening carnival rides.
at the geographical center of Interstate 40, just 30 minutes east
of OKC. A unique multicultural gem, in Shawnee the old-west rural
and modern urban mingle happily. Home to four Native American
tribes with a rich pre-statehood history, our city of just over
30,000 boasts of world-class museums, a bustling historic downtown
district, recreational lakes, and more.
Prepare for three days of Okie fun during PiG Fest
Rainbow Valley Ranch
in Wellston this September.
This multi-day festival will feature performances by prominent
Oklahoma artists like singer-songwriter Samantha Crain, Turnpike
Troubadour's own Kyle Nix, heavy metal band Locust Grove and
rockers Rainbows Are Free.
, is a small town located just north of Route 66 in
western Lincoln County. The town started in about 1880 when a man
named Christian T. Wells established a trading post in the northern
part of the Kickapoo Reservation. Several years later, Wells
established a post office on September 19, 1884, and served as the
flagship celebration of Celtic history and heritage. Held in Broken
Arrow's Chisholm Trail Park, this weekend-long festival has
something for the entire family including food, crafts and
excellent live music.
offers both small-town charm and big-city amenities. Some
of Oklahoma's most scenic natural areas surround the community,
making it a top spot for outdoor activities, while its cultural
attractions draw people seeking arts and entertainment, especially
in downtown's Rose District.
The Standing Bear
is hosted by the six north-central tribes of Oklahoma,
the powwow features inter-tribal dancing, tiny tot contests, and
the crowning of the Standing Bear Princess. There will also be a
variety of arts and craft vendors, along with food vendors to
satisfy your hunger during all of the festivities.
settlers claimed townsite certificates during the Cherokee Outlet
Opening, and oil made it into the thriving cultural center it is
today. Honor the brave women who settled Oklahoma at the Pioneer
Woman Museum & Statue. Tour the Italian "Palace on the
Prairie," the Marland Mansion & Estate, built by oil baron and
Governor E.W. Marland.
The Canadian River
invites all ages out to Lexington for a fun day
at the winery. All ages are invited to participate in the annual
Grape Stomp Festival festivities.
flourished between 1907 and 1911 and became the trade
center of south Cleveland County. Especially, when in 1911, a new
steel bridge was built across the river connecting Lexington and
Purcell. In 1890, the population was recorded at 223 people. Now,
over 2,200 people call Lexington, OK their home.
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