Visit Enid

Monday, September 9
8:30 pm, Mad Music Monday, live music at The Captain’s Quarters, 224 W Broadway.

 

Tuesday, September 10
4 pm-6 pm, Hope Outreach Faith Farm Harvest Market, featuring Earth-friendly produce, 820 W Cherokee.

8 pm-10 pm, Blues & Clues, live music at Q-Spot, 221 W Cherokee.

 

Wednesday, September 11
Noon, Brown Bag Lunch & Learn. Glen McIntyre, Oklahoma historian, presents, “Cherokee Strip Land Run, at Humphrey Heritage Village at Cherokee Strip Regional Heritage Center, 507 S 4th. Free admission.

7 pm-10 pm, American Legion Dance, live classic country music, 121 W Oak, $5 admission per person.

8 pm-10 pm, Whet Your Whistle Wednesday, live music at Q-Spot, 221 W Cherokee.

 

Thursday, September 12
7 pm-10 pm, Trivia Night at Callahan’s Pub & Grille, 220 N Independence.

7:30 pm, Gaslight Theatre presents, “Is He Dead?” by Mark Twain. Elements of farce and social satire work together as Twain takes a characteristically wry look at the world art market. At Gaslight Theatre, 221 N Independence. Tickets at Gaslight box office or online at GaslightTheatre.org.

8:30 pm, Live music at The Captain’s Quarters, 224 W Broadway.

 

Friday, September 13
CHEROKEE STRIP DAYS CELEBRATION BEGINS!  SEE GRAPHIC BELOW FOR ALL EVENTS

Noon-1:30 pm, Lopez Lomong – Running For My Life. The US Olympian and former Lost Boy of Sudan shares his amazing story. At NOC Gantz Center, 2200 E Maine. Tickets are $30 and includes lunch, available at Wymer Brownlee,
201 N Grand or Wheat Capital Running, 102 W Randolph.

8 pm, Gaslight Theatre presents, “Is He Dead?” by Mark Twain. Elements of farce and social satire work together as Twain takes a characteristically wry look at the world art market. At Gaslight Theatre, 221 N Independence. Tickets at Gaslight box office or online at GaslightTheatre.org.

Saturday, September 14
CHEROKEE STRIP DAYS CELEBRATION CONTINUES!  SEE GRAPHIC BELOW FOR ALL EVENTS

8 am-11 am, Enid Farmers Market, an open-air market for the sale of Oklahoma-grown produce, foods and crafts. Corner of Owen K Garriott & Grand.

8 am-5 pm, Artifact Show, by the Archaeological Society of Oklahoma. At Convention Hall, 301 S Independence. Admission is $3, children 16 and under and military with ID are admitted free.

9 am, Remembering Our Hero Poker Run, a tribute to the Woodring Wall of Honor, at Cycle Ward, 319 N Independence.

9 am-3 pm, St. Joe’s Entrepreneur Fair, a fundraiser for St. Joseph’s Catholic School, at St. Francis Xavier Church Leven Center, 110 N Madison.

10 am-4 pm, 10th annual Cookbook Marketplace, cookbooks from around the nation will be showcased along with recipe samples, a fundraiser for Junior Welfare League, at Return Engagement, 123 N Grand.

10 am-5 pm, Quilt Airing & Sale, at St. Matthew’s Episcopal Church, 518 W Randolph.

4 pm-5 pm, Enid Symphony Orchestra presents Family Fare, a concert of music for the entire family, at Enid Symphony Center, 301 W Broadway.

7 pm, Country music star Rodney Atkins in concert at Enid Event Center, 302 S Grand. Tickets are $25 and $29 and available at Enid Welcome Center, 201 W Garriott, online at EnidEventCenter.com or call 855-TIX-ENID.

7 pm-9 pm, Gary Bangs Music, live music at Davinci’s Coffee House, 2315 W Willow.

8 pm, Gaslight Theatre presents, “Is He Dead?” by Mark Twain. Elements of farce and social satire work together as Twain takes a characteristically wry look at the world art market. At Gaslight Theatre, 221 N Independence. Tickets at Gaslight box office or online at GaslightTheatre.org.

 

Sunday, September 15

2 pm-4 pm, Run to Leonardo’s, a family fun festival, at Leonardo’s Children’s Museum, 200 E Maple.

2 pm-5 pm, Live Music & Wine, various local artists, at Indian Creek Village Winery, 3 miles W of Ringwood (28 miles W of Enid on Highway 412).

6 pm, Live music, at Jack’s Barn, 909 W Oak.

 

Open during the week

  • Cherokee Strip Regional Heritage Center, 507 S 4th – open Tuesday-Saturday 10 am-5 pm, Sunday 1pm-5 pm, closed Monday – 580.237.1907
  • Leonardo’s Children’s Museum & Adventure Quest, 200 E Maple – open Monday-Saturday 10 am-5 pm, Sunday 1 pm-5 pm – 580.233.2787 (Leonardo’s is closed Sept. 3-13 for annual fall cleaning)
  • Simpson’s Old Time Museum, 228 E Randolph – open Monday-Saturday 8am-11 am & 1 pm-4 pm, closed Sunday. Admission is free, donations accepted – 580.234.4998 or 580.41.6605
  • Railroad Museum of Oklahoma, 702 N Washington – open (weather permitting) Tuesday-Friday 1 pm-4 pm, Saturday 9 am-1 pm, Sunday 2 pm-5 pm – 580.233.3051. Admission is by suggested donation of $3 per person.
  • NOC Planetarium & Observatory, Randolph & Hedges – Observatory open Thursdays at 8 pm (weather permitting). Call ahead for Planetarium – 580.548.2399
  • Enid Public Library, 120 W Maine – open Monday-Thursday 9 am-8 pm, Friday-Saturday 10 am-6 pm – 580.234.6313.

Cherokee Strip Celebration