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Fall festivals celebrate everything from monarchs to mythical beasts


Heide Brandes September 17th, 2009

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d, as well as traditions of the past. A children's tent focuses on activities specifically for kids, and numerous performing groups are scheduled throughout the day.  

OKLAHOMA'S INTERNATIONAL BLUEGRASS FESTIVAL
Oct. 1-3
Downtown Guthrie

The Oklahoma International Bluegrass Festival runs Oct. 1-3, in downtown Guthrie, and is one of the largest bluegrass festivals in the state.

Artists this year include the Mark O'Connor Appalachian Waltz Trio, Chris Jones & Night Drivers, the Gibson Brothers, Richard Smith of England and the Alan Munde Gazette, among others.

Other events include a golf tournament, a scholarship auction, musical workshops and open-mic events.

Bands from around the world will be featured throughout the day.  

PUMPKIN PALOOZA
8 a.m. to 5 p.m., Oct. 3
Courthouse Square, Hobart  

The Pumpkin Palooza features competitive events with pumpkins, including a pumpkin-rolling contest, a pumpkin-stacking contest, pumpkin bowling, a decorating contest, a largest pumpkin competition and a pumpkin-chunkin' contest. 

TULSA OKTOBERFEST
Oct. 22

 
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