Holiday Hours & Happenings
Guthrie is the place to be during the holidays! A listing of all of the festivities happening at SWAK and around town, including our holiday hours.
Special Holiday Hours
We will be open our regular hours, Monday-Saturday from 10 to 5 unless indicated otherwise.
|Saturday, December 2||10am to 9pm - open late for Victorian Walk|
|Saturday, December 9||10am to 9pm - open late for Victorian Walk|
|Monday, December 25||Closed|
|Monday, January 1||Closed|
Hap-Hap-Happiest Christmas Party
Saturday, December 9th, 1pm to 4pm
Join the jolliest bunch of knitters and crocheters this side of the nuthouse for a fun Christmas Vacation inspired afternoon, with Griswold family-style food, frivolity, and a special treat for all. Guthrie's Victorian Walk is happening the same day, so invite the family to join you afterward to enjoy this festive holiday tradition.
Nine-to-Noon Crew Holiday Tea
Tuesday, December 19th, 9am to noon
A special holiday edition of our bi-monthly Tuesday morning meetup of the Nine to Noon Crew. Traditional morning tea fare will be served, along with a festive Christmas cracker for all attendees.
Guthrie's Territorial Christmas Celebration
For over 35 years, Guthrie's Territorial Christmas Celebrations have been at the heart of Oklahoma's traditional expression of the holidays—with all of the flavor of the Territorial period and all of the excitement of the Twenty-First Century.
We invite you and your family to come to Guthrie, OK and experience the Christmas season—where historic authenticity meets holiday festivity!
Visit Guthrie's Territorial Christmas for a full listing of holiday events.
A Very Merry Guthrie Christmas
This festive outdoor light display with over 100,000 lights is a wonderful new family tradition. This free event is open November 25th through January 1st, with a big celebration and fireworks show the evening of Saturday, December 16th.
In addition to bringing festive cheer, A Very Merry Guthrie Christmas is a non-profit organization providing gifts to area nursing home residents and the less fortunate in our community. Donations are appreciated.