Fantasy in the Sky

FANTASY IN THE SKY

To be rescheduled:

Skiatook, Oklahoma July 7, 2017:

The Exchange Bank and the City of Skiatook

are proud to present the 2017 Skiatook Oklahoma

“Fantasy in the Sky” Independence Day Celebration

Friday, July 7th at the Skiatook Sports Park located at 3020 West 133rd St. North, Skiatook, OK

Live music from 7:00 p.m. to 9:15 p.m. will be provided by the band “South of Vertical”

followed by a spectacular fireworks display just after dark!!

Food vendors will be available onsite.

Parking and admission are free!

Bring your family, lawn chairs and blankets and help us celebrate Independence Day!

 

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Pioneer Day Vendor Form

Skiatook Central Park

Highway 20 at 5th St., Skiatook, OK 

September 16, 2017

VENDOR / EXHIBITOR REGISTRATION FORM – SCROLL DOWN PAST INSTRUCTIONS

Deadline for registration is September 5th

Pioneer Day 2017 in the Skiatook Central Park offers a great pedestrian friendly site with a wonderful “park atmosphere” that encourages folks to hang around all day.

We are adding a few more spaces this year but electric hook ups (especially 220) are still limited, so your best bet is to register immediately if you need electric

You will NOT be able to drive up to your booth areas to unload so please plan accordingly. 

Please note the items below as you make plans to be a part of Pioneer Day Festival 2017.

 For more information contact Skiatook Chamber @ (918) 396-3702 or s-upton@sbcglobal.net  

 

Sales Tax Event Number SLP1026552113    

 

PLEASE BE AS COMPLETE AS POSSIBLE IN FILLING OUT YOUR FORM.  

LAST MINUTE “SURPRISES” (like needing an additional 12 ft. or bringing a trailer instead of a table) MAY RESULT IN THE VOIDING OF YOUR APPLICATION. 

Electric Hook Ups / Spaces:   

We anticipate having enough electric hook ups based on previous years. However, if we run out of electric hook ups, we will assign them with preference to those who require it for the operation of their booth. As such, these spaces are charged at a higher rate. Please be sure to indicate your electric needs IN DETAIL in the appropriate places on your form. Also, bring grounded extension cords and multi-plug ends, as some booths may be 20-25 feet from the nearest electric box. IF YOU PREFER TO USE A GENERATOR, WE WILL NEED TO PLACE YOU TO THE OUTSIDE EDGE OF THE FOOD COURT FOR NOISE ABATEMENT. Booths spaces will be 12’ X 12’ (multiple spaces can be reserved— see fee schedule). WATER IS AVAILABLE FOR FILLING TANKS AND SUCH, BUT NO BOOTHS WILL HAVE DEDICATED HYDRANTS.  

Parking and Unloading

You will be able to pull into the general parking area to unload, but will not be able to park by your booth to unload. As soon as you are unloaded ALL vehicles not part of the booth itself will need to be moved to the vendor parking area. Vendors requiring trailers or other large vehicles to operate their booth will be placed appropriately for pull in, but should plan to arrive as early as possible to make set up easier.

Booth Set Up & Tear Down

Booth set up will begin at 6:00 AM to 8:30 AM on Saturday, September 16, 2017. The final event of the evening at the festival grounds will conclude by 6:00 pm.  The carnival will continue until later, but the main festival area will close at 6:00 pm to allow people to attend the Pioneer Day Rodeo. The carnival will be open Thursday and Friday (6:00-10:00 pm) as well. Vendors wishing to set up Friday night may do so, but they do so at their own risk and must contact the Chamber ahead of time so as to set up in the space they will occupy on Saturday.

ALL VENDORS SHOULD CHECK IN AT HEADQUARTERS WITH ONE OF THE CHAMBER

REPRESENTATIVES BEFORE SETTING UP ON THE DAY OF THE EVENT TO BE SURE THEY ARE IN THE RIGHT LOCATION.

 

 REMINDER – DEADLINE TO REGISTER IS SEPTEMBER 5, 2017.  

 

NOTICE: Food vendors are all placed in a general “food court” area. There is an exclusive contract with the carnival for funnel cakes, corn dogs and snow cones. Other than that, the Chamber does not limit multiple vendors selling the same products, but we will do our best to space out competing vendors. The Chamber reserves the right to refuse the application of any vendor or exhibitor it does not feel is appropriate for this event and to stop receiving applications when the September 5th deadline has passed or spaces are full, whichever comes first. 

Completing this application does not guarantee a specific space.  The Chamber reserves the right to assign spaces in accordance with the resources available to them at the time the application is received.  If a special request cannot be met, the vendor will be notified. All vendors who are accepted and assigned a space will be notified of such. However, the Chamber maintains the right to adjust space assignments until the day of the event to allow for issues that may be caused by weather, cancellations or other unforeseen circumstances. Vendors are personally responsible for collection / payment of all sales taxes that are required by state and/or local laws.   

The Chamber assumes no liability for a vendor’s products, services or equipment.    

PLEASE PRINT THIS PAGE FOR YOUR REFERENCE

(Please list specifically how you want to be identified on the Pioneer Day Vendor List…if your lodge, troop, union, etc. has a specific number, please indicate this as we may have multiple groups with similar names.)

 

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Tallgrass Music Festival

 

Great music! Great people! Good times! This is what best describes The Tallgrass Music Festival! The first weekend of June in Skiatook, Oklahoma has some of the best bands in the country.

With beautiful campgrounds, covered seating area for our guests, our spacious festival grounds are second to none. Please enjoy all aspects of the beautiful festival grounds. We provide many food vendors and have craft vendors. Please support our wonderful vendors , enjoy the wonderful music, put a smile on your face, kick back, relax, and have a great time!

The festival’s staff, along with our many volunteers, create a family friendly atmosphere for great music, awesome campground jam sessions throughout the weekend!

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Skiatook Christmas Parade

On a route straight through the heart of Skiatook, the Christmas Parade is always the most glorious event of the Holiday season. Come enjoy the amazing floats put together by local businesses, non-profits, and many other groups! Prizes are awarded to Best nonprofit float, Best newcomer float, Best small float, and Best large float. Immediately following the Parade, a Santa Workshop is held at the First Baptist West Campus. The Santa Workshop is a fun event for kids to engage in Christmas-themed crafts, activities, and take pictures with Santa!

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To register a float in the parade, please complete and submit information by December 5, 2017.

Christmas Parade Form 2017

Christmas Parade Form 2017
  • Complete the information below completely and turn this form in online or at the chamber office to participate and be eligible for parade awards. It is encouraged to pre-register for parade organization.
  • By Submitting This Form We agree To The Following: We agree to indemnify and hold harmless the Skiatook Chamber of Commerce and its Board Members, the City of Skiatook, the State of Oklahoma and their respective liability insurance carriers, against any and all claims from our participation in the 2017 Christmas Parade

 

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Skiatook Pioneer Day Festival

SKIATOOK PIONEER DAY FESTIVAL

LOCATED AT SKIATOOK CENTRAL PARK CORNER

5TH STREET AND HWY. 20. IT’S FAMILY DAY!

A RELAXED, FAMILY PICNIC ATMOSPHERE.

  • Quality, cost-free entertainment
  • A diverse range of arts and crafts
  • Contests for everyone
  • Terrific food in abundant variety

Our Pioneer Day Festival gets kicked off on Thursday evening with a 5K and 1 mile color run. It doesn’t stop there though! We love to “Chalk the Walk” to display our local businesses and talented artists of any age throughout the sidewalks of Central Park. The carnival also opens Thursday evening and will run Thursday – Saturday with amusement rides and carnival games.

Saturday’s Pioneer Day Festival events start off with a breakfast for our “Golden Couples” and is followed by the parade. Filled with lots of spirit and creative floats, the parade make it’s way down Highway 20 as the town lines the street. Upon the conclusion of the parade, local vendor booths open up at Central Park for everyone to enjoy a little shopping or a bite to eat from the food vendors and food trucks. Central Park also features a talent competition, a petting zoo, a fishing derby (for kids), a scavenger hunt, eating contests, local performers, and more.

Anchoring the west end of the celebration is the eye popping “Fantasy On Wheels” car show, held in the parking lot the West Rogers Campus of First Baptist Church. On the East end of town, tour the Skiatook Museum from 10:00 – 2:00
The Pioneer Day Rodeo is another event you won’t want to miss! The Friday and Saturday night competitions help conclude our festival at the Rodeo Grounds (Highway 11 & Highway 20) with the finals on Saturday.

 

Remember Chamber Investors, one of your perks of being an Investor is that your vendor booth is only $25.00
For all main event contests please sign up in advance online or at the Chamber office.

The entertainment stage will feature music entertainment by Skiatook Students and bands. If you would like to sing or perform please call the Skiatook Chamber.

Pioneer Day wouldn’t be possible without the support and sponsorship of our wonderful local businesses.

THANK YOU!

 

2017 Pioneer Day Festival Winners

Golden Couple

Lester and Lucille Hendryx – married 73 years

Parade

Best Small Float – Ron’s Hamburgers

Best Large Float – Skiatook Special Olympics

Best Spirit – Skiatook Class of 2020

Best Walkers – Hope Christian Academy

Best Classic Car – David Grimm’s 1964 Falcon Supertrooper

Best Theme – First Moms from First Baptist Church

Best Overall Float – VFW and American Legion

Chalk the Walk 

Picasso  – Vickie McGoffin

Just for Fun – Kassandra Ozburn

Business – The Little Light House, Randi Tucker

Talent Show

Elementary – Lily Hayes signing “Sing”

Middle School – Ryleigh Miller singing “Lost Boy”

High School – Brandon Williams playing electric guitar and singing “Dead or Alive” and “Puppet Master”

Kid’s Fishing Derby

Largest Bass – Talon Abel age 11

Largest Catfish – Chance Norman age 6

Largest Perch – Doc Plowman age 6

Smallest Fish Overall – Kimber Smith age 3

Largest Fish Overall – Spike Cohea age 7

Hot Food Contest 

First Place – Buddy Hoover

Second Place – Kye Issac

Roundup Club Pioneer Day Rodeo Royalty

Princess – Macie Wiggins

Queen – Cori Ingram

Sweetheart – Braylon O’Dell

Wranglers – Shooter Major

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Osage Tourism

Tuesday 06 June 2017, 03:00pm – 05:00pm

Location @ Osage County Health Center

1115 East 15 street  Pawhuska, OK

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