Crews are already setting up for this year's Septemberfest at the Governor's Mansion. There will be all kinds of activities, from cow-milking to historic re-enactments and live music. This year the Governor added a new focus on health and wellness to the festival.
The Thundergirls and OKC Energy players will be there, along with another special guest.
“One of the other attractions will be the new puppy here at the house. Now this dog is only 4-months-old. This is Okie … He will be on the grounds tomorrow, on a dog leash, I might add,” said Fallin.
The 18th Annual Septemberfest happens tomorrow from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. at the Governor's Mansion and the Oklahoma History Center.
The Governor's Mansion is located at 820 N.E. 23rd Street in Oklahoma City. Parking is available at the Oklahoma City County Health Department just east of the History Center or at the State Capitol.
Visitors can enter the grounds through the west gate on Philips Avenue or from 23rd Street, which will be closed to ensure safe crossing to and from the History Center.
Guests are welcome to bring a lunch or purchase food from a variety of vendors. Admission and all activities at Septemberfest are free.