Prairie House prepared

The historic Foreman House alight at Christmas time. The facility is hosting its annual Vintage Day Sunday, as part of the Western Fall Festival in Duncan.

Foreman Prairie House (FPH) is holding their sweetest fundraiser yet; and have extended the last day orders can be placed. FPH is currently selling baked goods like old-fashioned Okarche cinnamon rolls, cookie dough and dinner rolls and ale, the Prairie House Blend of Viridian Coffee to benefit the Prairie House.

The fundraiser now runs through Nov. 11 and items will be available for pick up 2 to 7 p.m. Nov. 21 at the FPH, which is located at 814 W Oak Ave in Duncan.

“This major fundraiser for the 101 year old historic home and museum features Duncan’s own Viridian Coffee’s ‘Prairie House Blend,’” a release said. “The blend is a medium roast coffee and is part of Viridian’s ‘Coffee for a Cause’ program. Owners Shay and Lindsay Hayes kindly support many community charities through their assistance and fundraising.”

The FPH board also wants to thank Viridian Coffee for hosting the online portion of the fundraiser. Those who want to order online can do so at www.Viridian.Coffee/FPH

“The FPH Foundation is also hosting a Christmas Bazaar on the Pick Up day and during the Holiday Stroll on Nov. 23 featuring local artists and artisans,” the release said. “Beautiful one-of-a-kind and whimsical gifts … along with a small selection of home-based businesses. As always the Foreman Prairie House cookbook will be available for purchase.”

For a booth at the bazar contact Susan Nutt 405-833-3226.

The items available are: one dozen large cinnamon rolls, three dozen mini cinnamon rolls, 35 dinner rolls or 3 pound buckets of cookie dough — available in sugar, chocolate chip, M&M and oatmeal raisin.

Cost is $18 per unit.

Items must be pre-paid for when ordered and those interested in purchasing any of the items can contact Laura McGouran at 580-512-9153 or Gail Loafman at 580-251-0027.

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