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History Alive Weekend

Sept. 26-27, 5:30pm Friday Night; All-Day Saturday

Gainesville Municipal Airport
Camp Howze MVPA will be bringing in front of the public an event that will be fun and educational right here on a WWII Military Base grounds of Camp Howze. There will be everything from Living Historians accurately dressed in period uniforms and campsites just as they were in the 40’s, to Military Trucks, Tanks, Vintage Aircraft and Equipment roaming about the property and the skies. You will get up close to them all, and then see a WWII Battle Reenactment unfold in front of your eyes as if you was in Europe in 1944!

This event will be the first for Gainesville Texas; but with our Community’s Patriotism, the local WWII history in and around Gainesville, and the large collection of Military Vehicles and Living Historians is sure to be an event highly sought after. This event is also completely Free Admission and Free Parking for the Public Saturday. Event is located next to the airport on FM 1201 just off Hwy 82 West. Friday night at the base there will be dinner, door prizes, a raffle, WWII entertainment with The Gainesville Swing Orchestra PLUS a Bob Hope Impersonator
Please contact Brad at 903-564-9481
or email at admin@camphowzemvpa.com.
Keep up with details on www.facebook.com/camphowzemvpa
and www.camphowzemvpa.com

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The Chickasaw Nation Annual Meeting & Festival

Call for times

Tishomingo, Ada, Emet, Kullihoma and Sulphur.
Activities and events celebrating Chickasaw heritage, history and customs will be featured at different venues throughout the Chickasaw Nation, including the cities of Tishomingo and Ada and the Chickasaw Cultural Center in Sulphur.

The 54th Annual Meeting of the Chickasaw Nation is highlighted by Gov. Anoatubby’s State of the Nation Address. Annual Meeting begins at 9 a.m., Saturday, Oct. 4, at Fletcher Auditorium on the campus of Murray State College in Tishomingo.

Numerous traditional events, including the Chickasaw Princess Pageant, Cultural Evening, the Festival parade, traditional meal, fellowship and children’s activities and more are planned for the week-long homecoming that celebrates Chickasaw heritage, culture, spirit and traditions.

New activities have been added this year, including a fry bread making class, a Chickasaw history challenge bowl, stickball and fishing tournaments, living history vignettes, a movie night and much more.

A complete listing of events, locations and schedules is available online atwww.chickasaw.net/annualmeeting. For more information, call (580) 371-2040 or 1 (800) 593-3356.
Kelcey Upton, (580) 371-2040

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TMC Celebrate Health Festival

9:00 a.m. to 1:00 p.m.

Texoma Medical Center Main Campus
FREE family health festival. Good healthy fun for the whole family. Health screenings, cooking demonstrations, give-aways and drawings, seminars, and plenty of activities for the kids.
(903) 416-4000

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Downtown Denison Farmers Market

Every Wed. 3-6pm and Sat. 9-12noon

400 W. Chestnut
Locally grown produce and locally made products.
Cat Adair 214-208-5754

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