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Category: Events & Entertainment | Issue: December 2022

City of Wagoner Oklahoma, serving Tulsa and surrounding areas; December 2022 verified savings, discounts, coupons and deals.

City of Wagoner
Wagoner, OK
918-485-2554

City of Wagoner - Your Christmas Destination
Downtown Light Show - Nov 22-Jan 3
120 Lighted Displays - Hwy 69-E on Hwy 51 (Cherokee St.) to McQuarrie St. then W. on SE 15th St.
Kick-Off to the Holidays - Nov 22, 5pm
Scan for a Christmas Grand - Nov 22-Dec 11 - Shop in Wagoner to Win
Wagoner Christmas Parade - Downtown, December 1, 7pm
Winter Concert Series - The Fabulous Mid-Life Crisis Band, December 2
Winter Concert Series - Spring Street, Heartland Xpress, Midnight Hollow and Bazemore Bluegrass, December 3
Winter Concert Series - The Cave Dwellers - December 9
Winter Concert - Grady Nichols - December 10, 7pm
Nightly Light Show - Semore Park & S. Main in Downtown Wagoner - November 22-December 31
The Nutcracker Ballet - December 10 & 11
Restaurant Discounts - Thru the month of December

About City of Wagoner

About Wagoner
Wagoner is located on the western edge of the Ozarks. The rural setting and proximity to Fort Gibson Lake provide outdoor activities for all ages and interests. At the intersection of two major highways, Wagoner is only 30 minutes from the Tulsa area and 15 minutes from Muskogee, all by four lane highways. To see what is going on in town visit the Community Calendar. To have an event added to the calendar, Add an Event to the Calendar.

Wagoner is home to a sports complex with 6 soccer fields and 6 ball fields with a second complex under construction. A large water park, with chutes, slides, a kiddie pool and diving boards is open during the summer months. Wagoner also has unique local shopping and dining options for every budget.

A Short History of Wagoner
An Indian mound near Wagoner known as the "Norman Site" has supplied evidence of people inhabiting the area from a very early time. Excavation uncovered relics dating to about 600 A.D.

During the civil war Union and Confederate troops were stationed in the area and fought in a skirmish on September 15, 1864 just north of the city. After the war, herds of cattle were driven north from Texas through the heart of the area on their way to markets in Kansas and Missouri. In 1871, the Missouri-Kansas and Texas Railroad built tracks from Kansas to south of Wagoner shorting the distance of the cattle drives. About 12 year late, Henry Samuel "Bigfoot" Wagoner, who was with the Katy Railroad out of Parsons, Kansas decided a switch was needed to load cattle and lumber from the area. When the switch was completed, a Katy road master telegraphed company officials "Wagoner's switch is ready".

Population grew, and on February 25, 1888 the town's request for a post office was granted. Cattlemen, hay dealers, business and professional men settled in the city and built some beautiful homes many of which still stand today. In April 1908 the town, known as "The Queen of the Prairie", incorporated as the City of Wagoner.

In 1905 a third railroad, the Missouri, Oklahoma and Gulf was built through the area and a short time later as many as 14 passenger trains a day served the town's 5,000 residence and surrounding area.

Over the years Wagoner has continued to grow and prosper and is known as "great place to do business". During the Holidays the city becomes alive with beautiful lights and a series of musical programs. The shows offer first class entertainment.

With the combination of easy access to metro and suburban areas, varied recreational activities, low cost of living and a school system that strives for academic excellence we are a great place to live and work. We are proud of our past and confident in our future.

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For more information, contact:

City of Wagoner

(918) 485-2554
231 Church St | Wagoner, OK


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