Stitching Memories Quilt Guild will have its Holiday Festival and Sew-Cial quilting demonstrations at the Stephens County Fair & Expo Center; 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. Friday and Saturday. There is an entrance fee for this event.
The Heritage Center opens at 10 a.m. for a day of activities for senior citizens, families and kids. Vendors, live music and fun. Call 580-252-6692. A free event, free admission to the museum.
5 p.m. Chuckwagon dinner and wine tastings, followed by a free concert with Church of the Western Swing (COWS) band at 7 p.m. outside at the On the Trail Monument.
Roving historical characters will re-enact parts of Oklahoma history during the day on Friday and Saturday. Duncan Little Theatre actors will bring these characters to life like a reality show from the past.
The Heritage Herd parade begins early and is expected to arrive around 9 a.m. at the Chisholm Trail Heritage Center for the Western Spirit Celebration. All day long everyone can participate in family activities inside and outside the CTHC. A free children’s area, stock dog runs, mule jumping, cowboy and chuckwagon demonstrations are just some of the many things planned.
Duncan AMBUCS presents the fifth annual Wine'N on the Chisholm Trail featuring several Oklahoma wineries. Wine tasting is $10 and all proceeds go towards purchasing AMTRYKES for handicapped individuals in Stephen’s County.
How about a Saturday night with fabulous bluegrass stars? “The Quebe Sisters Band” at the Simmons Center concert starts at 7:30 p.m. and is hosted by the Chisholm Trail Arts Council. For information or tickets, call 252-4160.
Event continues Friday evening through Saturday evening
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