Duncan, OK (PRWEB) September 12, 2013
Come Stroll n Roll…. From Paducah to Paris, TX to points North of the Red River this Saturday, September 15th.
Duncan, OK and the Red River Valley Tourism Association have joined with the Wichita Falls Museum Coalition to celebrate the 2013 Stroll N Roll. This free event will be held Saturday, September 15th from 10:00 am to 5:00 pm. and will feature over 30 area museums and attractions.
“The Red River Valley Tourism Association is excited to be participating during this year’s event,” said Sammie Hatfield, CVB Group Sales Representative and association member. “This is going to be a wonderful day of exploration and excitement for citizens who venture to some of our surrounding communities to share in their colorful culture, history and art,” said Hatfield.
Several of the association’s 53 member cities will welcome visitors to their museums, galleries and points of interest: Bonham, Denison, Duncan, Henrietta, Jacksboro, Muenster, Nocona, Paducah, Paris, Seymour, Sherman and Vernon. Stops in these cities will include the Frontier Village Museum and birthplace of President Dwight Eisenhower in Denison, Clay County Jail Museum, Muenster Museum, Sherman Jazz Museum, Chisholm Trail Heritage Center and much more. A complete list can be found at http://www.RedRiverValley.info.
The Chisholm Trail Heritage Center, Oklahoma tourism's Outstanding Attraction in 2012, will be celebrating their Western Spirit Celebration that same day. Tons of special activities, games, vendors, live music and more will add to your exploration of the center and the amazing history of The Chisholm Trail. The 905 Rock Island RailRoad Museum, Depot and Welcome Center is full of railway history. Children of all ages will enjoy ringing the bell, and making the model trains run their tracks.
For more information, please contact Loisdawn Jones at the Duncan Convention and Visitors Bureau 800-782-7167 or Sammie Hatfield at the Wichita Falls Convention and Visitors Bureau 940-716-5552.
Please join us for this event and be a tourist in your own backyard!