Saturday evening put on your dancin' boots and join friends at the American Legion as we have some fun. The "Billy Bob Bovine and the Embryo Transfer" featuring Jay Hannah, Brian Pierson, Charles Bartrag, Danny Hargis and Jerry Ball will be playing an eclectic mix of country and rock from the 50's & 60's.  Adult beverages will be available. This is an event for 21 and over. A $5.00 cover charge will go to the American Legion LeBron Post 58, dance sponsor. 

Entertainment begins at 7:00 p.m.

Visit Logan County Fairgrounds on Saturday from 9 - 5 and Sunday from 9 - 4. You'll find vendors selling antique, collectible and modern guns and knives. The famous "101 Ranch" will be displaying and selling ranch memorabilia and old West collectibles. Admission $6.00


This event is not sponsored by the American Legion or the Oklahoma '89er Celebration.

Professional Bull Riding will be held at the Rodeo Arena across from the Fairgrounds. Gates will open at 4:30 for 20 Muttin' Bustin' wranglers who will compete at 5:30 p.m. Bull Riding begins at 7:30 p.m. $10.00 adults; $5.00 ages 5 - 12; 4 and under free. Food available.

This event supports our military veterans.


This event is not sponsored by the American Legion or the Oklahoma '89er Celebration.

John Vance

The Parade Grand Marshal for 2016 Mr. John Vance will lead the way followed by the

'89er Queen Keely Coldiron and Princess Avery Hamlin 

and a few hundred more parade participants.

From the Ft. Sill 77th Army Band, "The Pride of Fort Sill" the bagpipers "Costello's Own" and the Army Artillery Half-Section to the fun-filled Shriners and lots of beautiful high-stepping horses. The Express Six-Hitch Clydesdale team will also be a part of the parade.

The Marching Bands from area schools are represented along with local civic minded floats who compete for prizes and bragging rights.

Re-visit the original transportation as the buckboards and wagons travel downtown.

This is one Parade you won't want to miss. 

JOIN US AT 12:00 NOON

AS THE OLDEST AND LARGEST PARADE IN OKLAHOMA

TRAVELS FROM THE MASONIC

TEMPLE THROUGH DOWNTOWN GUTHRIE