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Public Bake Day & 19th Century Dance Workshop

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Event# 918-478-4088

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Fort Gibson Historic Site. Visitors are encouraged to bring their own items to be baked in the 19th Century brick oven. Learn and participate in dances of the 19th century.

Public Bake Day & 19th Century Dance Workshop

Address : 907 North Garrison Fort Gibson OK
Phone : 918-478-4088   (Always call and confirm events.)

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