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OKLAHOMA E VE NTS Continued from Page 14


June 29-June 30 Fort Gibson Sweet Corn Festival, Fort Gibson


918-478-3551


June 29-July 8 Fourth of July Blowout, Braggs 918-487-7125


June 30- July 4 Fourth of July Blow-Out, Bernice 918-257-8330


June 30


Huckleberry Festival, Jay 918-253-8698


Okie Flyers Fly-In, Claremore 918-343-0931


Pawnee Bill’s Wild West Show, Pawnee 918-762-2513


Northwest


January 1-December 31 Daily Guided Cavern Tours, Freedom 580-621-3381


April 1-September 30 Cave Camping, Freedom 580-621-3381


May 6-September 2 Wildwood Chapel Services, Jet 580-626-4731


May 26-September 1 Lantern Tours, Freedom 580-621-3381


June 1-June 2 Enid Shrine Poker Run, Enid 580-977-4069


June 1 First Friday Art Walk, Alva 580-327-2787


June 2 Corvette Summer Kick-Off Car Show, Ponca City 580-761-5453


Nescatunga Arts & Crafts Festival, Alva


580-327-3700


Ponca City Fly-In, Ponca City 580-767-0470


Ponca City Herb Festival, Ponca City 580-765-2305


Youth Fishing Derby, Jet 580-626-4794


June 8-June 9 Cherokee Strip TCRA Rodeo, Perry 580-370-5358 Sunfl ower Art & Wine Festival, Guymon


580-338-4278


June 9 Kaw Fest, Kaw City 580-762-9494


June 12-June 16 Summer Chautauqua “Under the Tent,” Enid 877-999-3623


June 15-June 16 Juneteenth Celebration & Multicultural Rodeo, Ponca City 580-762-2499


VanBuren Cruisers Cruise Night, Enid 918-859-1726


June 16


Chisholm Trail Coalition Historic Walking Tour of Downtown Enid, Enid


580-242-2233


Good Vibrations Car Show, Tonkawa 580-628-2220


June 22-June 24 Tonkawa Tribal Powwow, Tonkawa 580-628-2561


Southeast


May 12-October 6 Farmers’ Market, Wagoner 918-485-4623


June 2


Coalgate Trader Day, Coalgate 580-927-2119


Kid’s Fishing Derby, Tishomingo 580-384-5463


Tishomingo Classic Noodling Tournament, Tishomingo 580-371-9988


Roundup Run, Marietta 580-276-0150


June 4-June 9 National Sand Bass Festival, Madill 580-795-2431


June 9 Red River Roadkill Bicycle Rally, Ardmore


580-226-6246


June 23 Crafter’s Marketplace Craft Show, Ada 580-399-7137


Okie Noodling Tournament, Pauls Valley


405-238-6491


Heart of Oklahoma Equestrian Drill Competition, Shawnee 405-831-5876


June 28-June 30 Pauls Valley IPRA Rodeo, Pauls Valley 405-238-2776


May 30-June 2 Magnolia Festival of Oklahoma, Durant


580-924-155


May 31-June 3 Route 66 Days, Elk City 580-225-0207


Southwest


June 1-June 2 Hugo PRCA Rodeo, Hugo 405-408-4989


June 2


BBHS Fundraiser Scramble, Broken Bow 580-494-6456


Concerts in the Park, Frederick 580-335-5689


June 8-June 9 Fort Towson Homecoming, Fort Towson


903-453-4488


June 9 Concerts in the Park, Frederick 580-335-5689


Kiamichi Valley Flyers Association Fly- In, Wilburton 918-465-1804


June 9-June 10


Owa-Chito 2-person Scramble, Broken Bow


580-494-6456


June 10-June 16 Oklahoma FreeWheel, Frederick 918-344-5987


June 15-June 16 Heartland Cruise Car Show, Weatherford 580-772-5234


June 15-June 17 Kiamichi Owa-Chito Festival of the Forest, Broken Bow 580-584-3393


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Adventure awaits you at colorful pow wows, crowd-pleasing rodeos, and small town festivals. Tap your toes to nationally recognized bluegrass bands, and sit tall in the saddle riding our many equestrian trails. Enjoy world-class museums, thrilling casinos, and eclectic shops, and tickle your taste buds with some savory home cookin’ or fine dining cuisine. Seek solace in deep blue lakes and wooded state parks, then relax in one of our cozy cabins or a bed and breakfast surrounded by wide open spaces dotted with bison and wild horses. Osage County rewards visitors of all ages with real western experiences all year long, so come roam our hills and scenic byways – there’s plenty of room for everyone!


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