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Celebrates the cultural diversity of Lawton-Fort Sill. This annual event hosts a wide variety of food booths, art, crafts, displays, and outstanding performances and entertainment from around the world. Last full week-end in September. Fri 5-10pm, Sat 11am-10pm, Sun noon-5pm.

The Shoshone Reunion was conceived in a gathering of Comanche and Shoshones discussing questions of origin, history, and language Some of the motivating factors for establishing a Reunion include: Quest for common history, answers to questions of relationship, history and customs, desire to reunite and learn from one another and the yearning to rekindle relationships.

Contributing sponsor, Journey Productions, Outdoor Event Facilitators.

International Festival

Address : Elmer Thomas Park Lawton OK
Phone : 580-581-3470   (Always call and confirm events.)

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Admission Fee : Free

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