Claiming our past, inspiring our future!
The Cherokee Strip Regional Heritage Center in Enid, Garfield County, Oklahoma, is a historical museum telling the fascinating story of the settlement and development of Northwest Oklahoma, beginning with the Land Run of 1893. Through interactive exhibits, research, events, and programs, the Heritage Center makes learning a fun and engaging experience for all ages.
Summer Chautauqua - The Great West Cowboys and Cattle Trails - Complete schedule is located on the News page in the Summer 2017 issue of The Stakeholder newsletter.
June 13 - 17
Tuesday - Jesse Chisholm portrayed by Michael Hughes
Wednesday – Thaddeus Dunkley portrayed by James Armstead
Thursday - Bettie Reynolds portrayed by Sally Ann Drucker
Presentations to be held at NWOSU due to excessive heat!!
Friday – Johanna July portrayed by Vanessa Adams-Harris
Saturday – Hanging Judge Parker portrayed by Doug Mishler
Cherokee Strip Regional Heritage Center
The Stakeholder Newsletter goes Digital!
The quarterly newsletter of the Cherokee Strip Regional Heritage Center just released its first digital publication. If you are a member of the Heritage Center, the Summer issue of The Stakeholder was emailed to you on May 31.
If you did not receive your copy, please contact us at 580-237-1907 to add your email address to the list. If you would prefer to continue receiving a hard copy of The Stakeholder in the mail, please let us know that as well!
Issues of The Stakeholder can also be found on the website on the News page under Newsletters.