Cherokee Strip Celebration
2014 Cherokee Strip Celebration Highlights
The 2014 Cherokee Strip Celebration brought family fun to Enid and the surrounding communities.
The Parade was the highlight of Saturday's celebration, with over 70 entries, including the kid's bike parade, antique cars, 6 area marching bands, military flight crew, and the signature longhorn cattle. This year's parade winners, each receiving $500, were Henninger-Hinson Funeral Home for the commercial float, and St. Paul's Lutheran Church and School took home the award for the non-profit entries. The festival goers were able to walk about Courthouse Lawn and check out over 35 vendors! Entertainment included a trick roping show, a old-west gun fight, music from the Crooked Canyon Band, pony rides, petting zoo, a train ride, and face painting, making it and event for the entire family!
Other events going on throughout the weekend included Old Western movies, Lantern Tours, the Great Land Run, Farmer's Market, Be Fit Kid's Run, Quilt airing and sale, and the 3 Doors Down concert.
The Enid Chamber of Commerce would like to thank the Cherokee Strip Celebration Event Sponsors and the our Community Development Partners. Due to their support, we were able to make the Cherokee Strip Celebration a success once again.