Guthrie Maker Day July 6th, come paint a patriotic t-shirt!
Large, market-style shop in Historic Guthrie offering a variety of unique, Oklahoma, hand-crafted and repurposed items.
Guthrie Maker Days happens the first Saturday of each month.
Guthrie is the history capital of Oklahoma. From capital of the Indian Territory, the land run of '89, and the first state capital, to one of the largest historic preservation districts in the nation, there's something interesting around every corner. Take a trolley tour, a self guided walking tour or rent a bike and learn about the settling of the wild west.
Downtown Guthrie has always been known for antiquing, but it has so much more. Home Sweet Home on the Range's OK and art market, the Art Center, yarn shop, glass studio and gallery, farm stores, art galleries, survival shop, bike shop, candy shop and boutiques make for a fun shopping experience. All within walking distance by way of our red brick sidewalks.
Come for an event and stay a day or a weekend. 89'R Days, Blue Grass Festival, Territorial Christmas, Red Brick Nights, Jeep Fest, The Haunts, rodeos, and live theater and music are just a few of the events going on almost every weekend. If you are a "maker," find a class at one of our many studios; yarn, felting, pottery, jewelry, painting, weaving, spinning, etc.
Over 50 Oklahoma vendors offering a large variety of art, jewelry, farm house and western decor, wood signs, metal, soaps, alpaca, purses, repurposed furniture, quilts, books, foods, leather, pottery and more.
One of the best things about Home Sweet Home on the Range is that if you don't see what you are looking for, you can special order from almost every vendor. There are jewelers, wood workers, a metal smith, sewers, quilters, furniture restorers, etc. We promote Oklahoma arts and crafts and love being part of The Arts in Guthrie (TAG) cultural district. Support small businesses, shop local, shop small and support Historic Guthrie, OK.
Up the beautiful curving staircaise is a large mezzanine area that will be used for a variety of activities. It will house "big art for big spaces," be utilized for art and craft classes and host special events.
The Mezzinine level of Home Sweet Home on the Range is up a beautiful curving staircase. It is one large room with a hardwood floor. There is plenty of room for a large gathering, or split up into smaller groups. Give us a call or come by and check out this great space in Historic Guthrie.