Okietales program at Oklahoma History Center gives kids glimpses at the past

Okietales, a history program for children, runs through July 25 at the Oklahoma History Center.
FROM STAFF REPORTS Published: June 7, 2012
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The Oklahoma History Center's Okietales program kicked off Wednesday with stories about the Wild West.

Wednesday's program included items such as an American Indian knife and a buffalo hide that participants could touch.

The Okietales programs will be conducted every Wednesday through July 25, with the exception of July 4. Each week a different topic will be explored, including pioneer life, land runs and Okies in Space.

For more information on Okietales or to register, call Jason Harris at 522-0785 or email jharris@okhistory.org.



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