"Satanta Day" is a day-long celebration, held the second Saturday of May each year. The day is packed with activities, including a 2 mile fun run, parade, barbeque, golf tournament, carnival, craft show, car show, all-school reunion and dinner, and dances.
In keeping with Satanta's Native American heritage, Kiowa Indian Chief Robert Goombi came from Anadarko, Oklahoma in 1959 to conduct a ceremony during which he officially made all Satanta citizens honorary members of the Kiowa Indian tribe.
Phone : 620-649-3602 (Always call and confirm events.)
Email Address : firstname.lastname@example.org
Web Address : http://skyways.lib.ks.us/towns/Satanta/attracts.html
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