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Chouteau Day

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Event# 918-434-8181

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In 1796 Jean Pierre Chouteau established the first trading junction of the Grand/Neosho River and Saline Creek, near the community that is today Salina. Take a step back in time and celebrate the beginning heritage. Various booths and concessions include all types of homemade food as well as hand-crafted items such as quilts and jewelry. Stay for the parade and entertainment. Call for more information.

Chouteau Day

Address : Downtown Salina Salina OK
Phone : 918-434-8181   (Always call and confirm events.)

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Admission Fee : Free.

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