COME FOR THE PARADE!
Oklahoma's oldest and largest parade begins
on Saturday, April 22nd at Noon!
The 2023 '89ers Day Celebration is pleased to announce our First Annual '89er Days Talent Show to be presented during the Chuck Wagon Feed on Tuesday, April 18th, 2023, at the Logan County Fairgrounds. Come bring your instruments, your voice, your jokes, your magic tricks, your rope tricks, your monologue, your acrobatics, your dance, or any other talent you'd like to show off in our this '89ers talent competition! Acts will be judged on talent, presentation, and audience response. Adul ... READ MORE >>>
NEWS RELEASES FOR 2023!
Parade Goers Invited to Come Early and Cheer on the "First In State" Fun Runners!
4 DAYS OF CARNIVAL RIDES,
FOOD TRUCKS, AND VENDORS!
Make your travel plans early.
There's so much to do!
The start of the 94th '89er Parade on Saturday, April 22nd at noon, a B-25 Bomber will set off the celebration with a fly-over accompanied by a UH-60M Black Hawk.
The fly-over is set to be above 500 feet, however, all horses and other animals present should be prepared in advance with proper ear plugs and/or restraints in case the noise frightens them.
Spectators are encouraged to arrive early to get the best parking and the most optimum viewing areas.
Chuck Wagon Feed Tickets and 2023 Commemorative Buttons on Sale Now!
All businesses in the downtown area of Guthrie are encouraged to wear their western wear and pioneer costumes during '89er week! Starting Tuesday, April 18th through Saturday, April 22nd, whether you are at work downtown or just going downtown to shop or do other business, everyone is welcome to participate in '89er Dress Up Days in Guthrie!
Registration for "First In State" Fun Run to Open on March 6, 2023 at 11:56 a.m.
2023 '89er Parade Welcomes 99.7 HANK FM and 96.9 FREEDOM FM!
OKLAHOMA'S OLDEST AND LARGEST PARADE
LOTS OF SPECIAL EVENTS,
SHOWS, AND FUN!
Don't miss a single event!
Pick up a brochure or download one today!
B-25 Bomber Fly-Over to Mark the Beginning of the '89er Parade
The 2023 '89er Days Parade is pleased to announce a partnership with HANK FM - 99/7 and FREEDOM FM Talk Radio - 96.9. Look for '89er Days information on crankhank.com, and watch for the "HANK TANK" in the '89er Days Parade on April 22nd at noon in Historic Downtown Guthrie with Freedom FM's very ownJake Merrick live and in person from the parade!!!
We're thrilled to have Oklahoma's Talk Radio morning show host and Oklahoma City's Country favorite station along with us on our special day!
CHUCK WAGON FEED TICKETS ARE $10 EACH (AGES 5 AND UNDER ARE FREE)
Carmyn Wellden has raised pigs, marched in bands, studied veterinary medicine and even takes care of her two horses.
Now, the 2022 Guthrie High graduate is part of Oklahoma royalty, going from farm to fame after being named the queen for the 94th annual 89er Days Celebration. Antonia Schilling will be ... READ MORE >>>
Come early for the '89er Parade and cheer on the "First In State" Fun Runners! Bring your cowbells, horns, boom-boxes, and noise makers at 9:00 a.m. along the Fun Run route on Oklahoma Avenue. After the race, stay in place for the start of the '89er Parade, and enjoy the benefits of getting to the Parade route before the rush of the crowd. For more information about the "First In State" Fun Run, go to: The Fun Run Page!
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'89ER BUTTONS ARE $5 EACH
Chuck Wagon Feed and Rodeo Events Returning to 2023 '89ers Celebration!
Oklahoma women have always been pioneers: among the first to rush forth to advance their culture and their power in the world. They are the pioneers that first charged into the 1889 Land Run of April 22nd. They are the pioneers that first fought for and won the vote for women. They are the pioneers that became the first lawyers, judges, doctors, generals, mayors, governors, and they continue to brave new territories today.
Our 2023 '89er Days Button will feature Judith Carter Horton.She is a true example of a great Oklahoma womanREAD MORE >>>
The "First In State" Fun Run is hosted by the cadets in the '89er Battalion, Guthrie High School JROTC. The Guthrie JROTC program is the first JROTC program in the State of Oklahoma, dating back to 1935. As a fun run, we encourage competitive runners, recreational runners as well as walkers; walk your dog, push a stroller or simply enjoy the fellowship of your friends and neighbors. This a community fund raising... READ MORE >>>
For the past couple of years, Guthrie's '89er Days Celebration has been without two of its most beloved traditions: The Chuck Wagon Feed, and the '89er Rodeo. Because of COVID quarantine issues, these two events had to be canceled, and they were greatly missed.
Both events are confirmed to be returning in 2023, and they are expected to be the most exciting yet. The Chuck Wagon Feed READ MORE >>>
2023 '89er Queen and Princess Named
First Annual '89er Days Talent Show!
'89er Dress Up Days Begin April 18th!
2023 '89er Days Theme Chosen by Facebook Poll: Pioneer Women
Kimberly J. Wooden Selected as 2023 Parade Marshal
Great-granddaughter of Judith Carter Horton, the face of our 2023 commemorative button, Kimberly Johnson Wooden, was asked to be the 2023 ‘89er Parade Marshal, and she has graciously accepted. Ms. Wooden and her husband Wayne currently live in Houston, Texas. Their son, Stephen is a 737 Captain with United Airlines. His wife is also a commercial pilot.... READ MORE >>>
Purchase your 2023 Chuck Wagon Feed Tickets and '89er Buttons at:
the American Legion, from our '89er Queen and Princess, ‘89er Committee members, from American Legion LeBron Post members, or from any of the following Guthrie businesses:
Additional Button sales locations can be found on our Buttons page.
Chuck Wagon Feed Tickets can be purchased at the door on April 18th