Eat Like a Pioneer at Har-Ber Village Museum
Guests are encouraged to put on their western wear and prepare to kick up their heels.
The evening starts at 6 p.m. with a “whet your whistle” social hour. Wine and beer will be available. The grub will be served at 7 p.m.
Prepared by Timbered-In Catering, the chuckwagon fare will include pulled pork, smoked sausage, three-meat baked beans, cheesy potatoes, green salad, breads, cobbler and ice cream, and wWine and beer.
After dinner, guests can dance under the stars to the music of Stone Country. The popular band is returning to play its foot-tapping tunes.
“Many people enjoy dancing to this band and can be found on the dance floor of the event tent having a great time,” said Har-Ber Village Museum’s Executive Director Amelia Chamberlain. “We hold events like these to give people a taste of Har-Ber Village at night, and to provide opportunities for people to show their support for this community treasure.”
This popular annual event has limited seating, so be sure to get your tickets by calling (918) 786-6446 or purchase them online at har-bervillage.com.
Tickets for the Chuckwagon Dinner and Dance Under the Stars are $75 per person. A table for 10 may be reserved for $750. Deadline for reservations is Monday, Oct. 1.
“My husband and I invite friends to the event every year and we purchase a table or two,” said Board President Marilyn Conner. “It really is a lot of fun — the music is great and the food outstanding!”
Har-Ber Village Museum is located at 4404 West 20th St., in Grove. An Oklahoma pioneer history museum, Har-Ber Village Museum is seasonal, smoke-free, mostly accessible and pet-friendly. It is open from 9 a.m. to 3:30 p.m. Thursday through Monday. It will close for the season on Sunday, Nov. 4.