Old Settler's Day

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Old Settler's Day
Phone: 405-747-6809

Join the citizens of Perkins for the town's annual Old Settler's Day event. Home of the original Frank Eaton (Pistol Pete) and the Oklahoma Territorial Plaza, Perkins has many attractions that will interest people of all ages. Saturday's festivities include the annual parade, vendor alley, kid zone, safari petting zoo, baking contest and auction, hot dog eating contest and plenty of entertainment.

Enjoy various festival games at Old Setter's Day in Perkins and don't miss the event's annual parade. Floats and parade participants will line up downtown and the parade will begin along Main Street at 9am. Past parades have included marching bands, Native American dress, tractors, bikes, vehicles, floats, horses and more.

Come to Old Settler's Day and enjoy lots of fun and family activities. Stick around for the hot dog eating contest and show off your throwing arm at the dunk tank. Kids will enjoy the covered wagon race while the adults will love vendor alley, which is filled with handmade items and unique crafts. Have lunch at the food truck court for a delicious and easy meal when you get hungry.

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Facility Amenities: ADA Compliant, Pets Allowed
General Information: Free admission
Located on Hwy 177 (intersects with Hwy 33 coming from Guthrie to the west and Cushing to the east). Take 177 south from Hwy 33.
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