89'er Barn Sale
April 20, 2019 from 9am - 7pm
at the Logan County Fairgrounds
Save the date and make plans to attend the first annual 89’er Barn Sale event on April 20, 2019. To be held at the Logan County Fairgrounds and will provide indoor convenience with an outdoor feel for our vendors.
Guthrie Oklahoma has a rich history for all Oklahoman’s. Not only is it Oklahoma’s first state capital, it is also the site of the oldest and longest parade in the state. Every year Oklahoman’s gather in historical downtown Guthrie to celebrate the Land Run of 1889 and our pioneering boomer sooner spirit.
The 89’er Celebration Parade and Rodeo
is a long-standing Sooner tradition that is loyally attended by locals and draws tourists from around the state. Guthrie's historical and cultural relevance makes it a must see for avid history fans.
Don’t miss this opportunity to join our vendors at the 2019 89’er Barn Sale. The crowds are already here for this slice of Sooner state history, so what are you waiting for? Become part of the tradition, sign up and get your booth space today!
Deadline is April 1, 2019.
89'er History in Pics
Hey Sooners! Did You Know?
Oklahoma's territorial capital and first state capital was located in the city of Guthrie. The settlement of the first state capital began at noon on April 22, 1889, when cannons sounded the start of the Oklahoma land run. The town was designated as the territorial capital in 1890. | read more…
Just four months after the land run, Guthrie had 15 hotels, 40 restaurants, 6 banks and 5 newspapers.
Guthrie is nationally significant for its collection of late 19th and early 20th century commercial architecture. The Guthrie Historic District includes more than 2,000 buildings and is designated as a National Historic Landmark.
Haunted Rooms lists the Blue Belle Saloon in Guthrie OK as the fourth most haunted place in Oklahoma | read more...
For more Guthrie Oklahoma history check out these links:
Guthrie Chamber of Commerce