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5th Annual Doc Holliday Festival
April 24, 2021 @ 8:00 am - 5:00 pmFree
Doc Holliday had an office in Denison. Help celebrate Denison’s formative years in 1870-1880’s. There will be various Authors, Wild West Photo Ops, Card Games, Antiques, Food, Music, Wagon Rides, and Lots More! We will help you imagine Denison as a boomtown in the early days! A brush arbor revival and hymn singing will also be held. The Red River Railroad Museum will have an open house at 124 W. Main. Look for some popular characters and likely a shootout.
Cost: Free Admission
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Doc Holliday had an office in Downtown Denison. Celebrate the boomtown of Denison in the 1870-80’s with authentic old west reenactors from the past. Events will include authors, historians, wild west photo ops, wagon rides, kids activities, petting zoo, antiques fair, gunfights, Hootin’ Hollerin’ Beard & Mustache Contest sponsored by Texoma Barbers, food & lively music are all likely occurrences. Don’t miss out on the fun of days gone by! We will offer online viewing at Facebook.com/DenisonLive when possible.
On Tuesday, March 2, 2021, Governor Abbott issued a new Executive Order eliminating COVID-19 related operating limits for any business or other establishment to allow them to operate at 100% capacity and terminated the state-mandated face covering requirement. This order is effective at 12:01 am on Wednesday, March 10, 2021.
Please note while the order terminates the requirement for face coverings, it does still strongly encourage individuals to wear face coverings over the nose and mouth whenever it is not feasible to maintain six feet of social distancing from another person not in the same household.The City of Denison will continue to follow guidelines with regard to sanitizing measures and social distancing while conducting City business. We ask that everyone attending our City sponsored events please be courteous and respectful of one another and practice safe habits. Masks are encouraged and social distancing is required at this time.