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Territorial Tunes and Tastings
September 22 @ 6:00 pm - 9:00 pm
Edmond History Museum presents Territorial Tunes & Tasting on Thursday, September 22 from 6-9:00PM, sponsored by Kirkpatrick Bank.
Greetings from the historic Saloon on Two Street! The Edmond History Museum is recreating the atmosphere of the early 1900s and revealing some of the juicier details of life during turn-of-the-century Edmond. You won’t want to miss this new fundraising experience, in which guests immerse themselves in Oklahoma’s territorial culture while listening to live tunes and tasting food and, of course, sampling drinks from local vendors.
Don’t miss the historical performances, which will occur throughout the evening. Sherriff Hunley, various saloon owners, and even the renowned prohibitionist, Carrie Nation, will make appearances. It’s all based on factual events from Edmond’s history, with maybe a sprinkling of creative irreverence.
The event’s primary sponsor is Kirkpatrick Bank, with additional support from Bank 7, Margaret Brisch of the Brisch Center for Historical Performance, Volvo of Edmond, and Frontier Equipment Sales.
Food and drink provided by Frenzy Brewing, Othello’s Italian Restaurant, Gabriella’s Italian Grill and Pizzeria, and desserts provided by Holloway Restaurant Group (Café 501, Sparrow Modern Italian, Boulevard Steakhouse).
Musical Performers include Blutic (Bluegrass and Celtic band), Flora Knight (solo fiddle/voice), and Lee Rucker Trio (jazz) and Bart Taylor (guitar player and trick roper).
Wine pull and silent auction will also be available.
Tickets $55 each or $100 for two at https://www.edmondhistory.org/product/territorial-tunes-and-tastings/