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A month long event in April at Honor Heights Park in Muskogee (35 miles) showcases brilliant blooms.
Oklahoma Renaissance Festival
Travel to Muskogee (35 miles) and step back in time to days of old with King Henry VIII, Queen Margaret of Scotland, the Royal Court, jousters, jesters, jugglers, magicians, musicians and minstrels. Delight your taste buds with the wonderful and unique foods of the day. Browse through the more than 100 handcrafted booths with one of a kind items. This event is held every Saturday and Sunday in the month of May.
Golden Eagle Poker Run and Festival
Come and enjoy this poker run by boat where participants compete for over $40,000 in cash prizes! All you need to join the fun is a boat or jet ski! South Pavilion on Lake Eufaula is the place to be!
Whole Hawg Days & Poker Run
The city of Eufaula hosts the annual Whole Hawg Days event . A celebration of summer, this event includes a parade, car show, BBQ cook-off, carnival and rodeo. The weekend is brought to a close with the Whole Hawg Poker Run held by boat on the waters of Lake Eufaula. Any watercraft will do to take part in the fun and a chance to win cash prizes!
Dusk til Dawn Blues Festival
DC Minner's annual Dusk til Dawn Blues Festival features over 30 bands, 3 stages, 3 days of some of the best music in the world! Just a few miles north of Checotah, you can come join the fun for the entire family. $15 for the day and kids are FREE!
Living Legends Rodeo
Held Labor Day weekend in Henryetta, the Rodeo Cowboy Capital of the World (15 miles), this rodeo represents the finals of the IPRA "Twister Series". See all the traditional rodeo events as cowboys and cowgirls compete for Championship titles.This outstanding International Professional Rodeo Association-sanctioned rodeo pays tribute to all rodeo cowboys of Oklahoma. Come to the Living Legends Rodeo in Henryetta, the "Rodeo Cowboy Capital of the World." on Labor Day weekend to see cowboys compete in traditional rodeo events such as bareback riding, bull riding, saddle bronc riding, tie-down roping, steer wrestling, barrel racing and team roping.
Suddenly the throb of drumbeats and the high pitch of a voice pierce the late summer morning. Soft breezes flutter the flags carried by the honor guard as they appear in the arena from the East. The eyes catch the brilliant whirl of hundreds of feathers put into motion by the fancy footwork of the dancer. The Pow Wow has begun.
The Pow Wow is an educational experience for visitors and an opportunity for participants to celebrate through dance, drumming and singing, food, and art, the great heritage of the American Indian. Held at Eastside Ballpark in Eufaula, it's worth the 25 miles drive to see!
Heartland Heritage Center Car Show
Details to come!
Katy Depot Annual Quilt Show
Held annually at the Katy Depot museum in Checotah stop by to see the local talent and a part of our history. The depot now holds a collection of the town's heritage including railroad, pioneer businesses, cowboys and Indians, military and the Civil War Battle of Honey Springs memorabilia. Other features are the M.K.T. Caboose #205, a 14 Flag historical display, the Paul Henry Carr Monument, and a scale model of USS CARR (FFG-52) a Guided Missile Frigate which honors the WWII Hero from Checotah.
Date to be announced!
Battle of Honey Springs Memorial
The Honey Springs Battlefield Historic Site is located east of U.S. Highway 69 between Oktaha and Rentiesville.