Following World War I, families who were known as Czechoslovakians sought to escape religious persecution, and to create a better way of life while keeping their unique cultural identity alive. They came to Yukon, Oklahoma, and the rest is a success story of international importance. From building the famous Czech Hall to launching the popular Czech Day Festival with native food, song, and dance, this is an uplifting story of community and connectedness. Don't miss the "Czech Capital of Oklahoma."