Guthrie, Okla. (January 19, 2011) – Families looking for entertainment that’s fun for all ages, off the beaten path, and indoors will find plenty of opportunities just north of Oklahoma City in Guthrie. Upcoming events and entertainment includes:

·       Each second weekend of the month Guthrie hosts its monthly “2nd Saturday & Sunday, too” event, with extended shopping hours on Saturday as downtown retailers keep their doors open until 8 p.m. On Sunday the retailers host an old-fashioned Tea Dance from 2:30 to 5:00 p.m. at the Old Santa Fe Depot featuring live music from the Al Good Orchestra. 

·       The Pollard Theatre will kick off its first show of 2011 with “The Nerd,” which opens on Friday, Feb. 11. This character-based comedy by Larry Shue is certain to keep audiences entertained. Tickets are $15 for students, $18 for military and seniors, and $20 for all other adults. Ticket prices are 20 percent off on Thursdays and Sundays. Log onto for more information.

·       The Double Stop Fiddle Shop hosts a live show twice a month through April at its music hall in downtown Guthrie with bluegrass and Western swing music performed by the three-time national fiddle champion, Byron Berline, and his band. Tickets are $10 each with the exception of Fiddle Fest on Feb. 19, which is $15 per ticket.. For specific dates and additional information, visit

·       Adrenaline junkies and sports enthusiasts can attend two upcoming events at the Lazy E free of charge. On January 28 – 30, Lazy E will host the ABA-BMX Sooner Nationals, and on February 4 – 6, families can watch the Lazy E – Tri K Winter Barrel Blast. There are also still tickets available for the Kicker ArenaCross and Freestyle on January 22. Ticket prices for the Kicker event range from 15 - $35, though the event is sure to entertain with professional and amateur motorcycle and ATV racing. Visit or call (405) 282-7433 for more details.

For more information:

Julie Claggett
midwest media & marketing
(405) 524-6600
(405) 740-7396 cell