Thursday, October 12 at 7:00 p.m. Centennial Park
Mayor Olsen will open the Festival by “Cutting the Cheese”, a horn of Watonga Cheese…what did you think?
We will introduce and honor Wheeler Brothers Grain Company
The Winner’s of the Poster Contest will be announced and awarded.
7:30 will begin The Rat’s Nest Hair Contest, winner’s will be announced, photographed, and awarded
7:45 will begin The Cheeziest Dog Show, winner’s will be announced and awarded. Participants are encouraged to be in the Parade.
October 13 & 14
Amusements – Lots of fun inflatables are here from GameTime Inflatables. Kids will have a blast as slide, bounce, and jump!–located on Main Street
Vendors – From funky junk to elegant sensations, we have it all. Many local crafters come to sell and show their wares. Support our crafters in three great locations.–located outside on Main Street, in the Armory building on Main Street, and at the First Baptist Church
Quilt Show – Locally sewn and quilted, we have some of the best talent around. Make your way through the vast array of designs, join the jelly roll race, and visit with many of our quilters.–located at the corner of Noble and “A” Street
Watonga Cheese Tasting Line – A forty-one year tradition. Although, Watonga Cheese is produced in Perryton, TX, we still celebrate our heritage and tradition. Sample the many varieties, then take some home to enjoy later.–located in the First Baptist Church at 2nd and Noble
Wine and Cheese Tasting – Guests over 21 can enjoy the flavors of Oklahoma Wineries. We have paired our local wines with various cheeses from our own Oklahoma Creameries.–located in the Armory building at Main and Leach
Foodtrucks – Munch on a wide variety of food. Whether you are into gourmet grilled cheese or a good’ole onion burger, you will find it here.–located up and down Main Street
Cheese Food Contest – Individuals may enter there food (made with cheese of course) into the food contest. Entries are placed in our bi-annual cookbook.–located at the First Baptist Church at 2nd and Noble
Entertainment – Enjoy bands, singers, stilt walking, or be part of some of our family fun contests at one of three locations throughout the festival grounds.
Centennial Park-located at Leach and Main–features live bands and entertainers entertainment schedule
Main Street Area will feature the giant solar Bubble Tower and stilt walking adventure
Main Street and Noble area will feature the Fun & Games Stage where you can enjoy an impromptu game, sing karaoke, and more. Saturday, The Watonga Public Library and Friends of the Library will host “Adam & Kizzie”, a kids entertainment group.