Route 66 Harvest Festival

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Route 66 Harvest Festival

Come join us the last weekend in September for this fun filled Saturday. This annual event will be held downtown Sayre with great entertainment, fun and games for the kids, food vendors, trade show vendors, All Wheels Car Show, /Cruisin' 66 Street Cruise, Burn Out, and Stereo Contest, Agricultural Booth with FFA displays & Petting Zoo, Carnival, and Big Tent Party.

This will be a full day of fun with lots of activities for the whole family. This is your invitation to come and join us for this spectacular event!!!

Trade show booth spaces are $20.00 for a 10' x 20' space.

Food vendor spaces are $50.00 for a 10' x 20' space.

(Fees are non-refundable) To request an application or for more information contact the Sayre Main Street Office.

Route 66 Harvest Festival

Address : Downtown Main Street Sayre OK
Phone : 580-928-3386   (Always call and confirm events.)

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Admission Fee : Free


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