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Events Near Lake Texoma: Frontier Days at Grayson County Frontier Village

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Events Near Lake Texoma: Frontier Days at Grayson County Frontier Village



Come and join Frontier Days at Grayson County Frontier Village and Museum. The event is scheduled to take place on March 2nd and March 3rd. Visitors will enjoy stepping back into time into the 1800s to relive history as it once was.



The celebration will include re-enactments, demonstrations, on-site vendor booths, concessions for everyone as well as fun games. The event is family friendly and offers great historical lessons for every member of the family!



Event Name: Frontier Days



Date of Event: March 2nd and March 3rd



Location of Event: Grayson County Frontier Village and Museum



Address: 111 RC Vaughan Drive in Denison, Texas 75020



Hours of Operation: 9 am to 6 pm (Saturday); 9 am to noon (Sunday)



For More Info: Please call 903-463-2487



Email Support: gcfrontiervillage@gmail.com



Official Website: Grayson County Frontier Village & Museum







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