Every year, the Saturday after Labor Day, the people of Cheyenne celebrate Pioneer Days. This is a time when we remember how our pioneers lived and survived in Western Oklahoma. Examples of pioneer living is shown including hands on training in skills from churning butter to rope making. The many exciting activities to see and experience will make Pioneer Days a memorable experience. Following are some pictures taken at different Pioneer Days.
There is a parade featuring cars and equipment from years past and honoring our more recent pioneers.
There are plenty of displays showing pioneer ways including a petting zoo, wagon rides, and horseback riding.
There are many examples of pioneer skills from metal working and ice cream making to sewing and churning butter.
There are plenty of fun activities like slingshot and cow milking practice as well as many other pioneer games.