There's something for everyone in July down in Oklahoma!
Take a trip to the Sooner State, and you’ll find something for everyone in the family during the month of July. For more events, and more details, visit the website. What you see here is only a small sample of the fun.
If your interest is flying critters, visit the Alabaster Caverns State Park in Freedom for the Selman Bat Watch. The event continues through the month: July 9-11, 16-18, 23-25, and 3031. For more information, visit the website or call 405-424-0099.
The Sac & Fox Nation Powwow, the annual gathering of Native American nations from around the country, takes place July 9-12 at the Sac & Fox Reservation near Stroud. For more information, visit the website or call 918-968-4158.
The Art of Barbeque hits the campus of the University of Oklahoma at Tulsa on July 10-11. For more information, visit the website, or call 918-584-3333.
The 32nd year of Midsummer Nights Fair comes to the Lions Park in Norman on July 10-11. Visit the website for more information or call 405-329-4523.
The PHBA World Champion Horse Show, featuring the world’s best Palominos, takes place July 14-25 at the fairgrounds in Tulsa. For more information, visit the website or call 918-438-1234.
July 17-18 brings the Porter Peach Festival, an annual event featuring arts and crafts and peach auction, among other things, to downtown Porter. For more information, visit the website or call 918-694-9314.
An Affair of the Heart is one of the largest arts and crafts shows in the country, known for the quality and variety of merchandise. Check it out July 17-19 at the QuikTrip Center on the fairgrounds in Tulsa. For more information, visit the website or call 800-755-5488.
The Watermelon Festival and Craft Show hits Valliant on July 18. The event features a 5K run, parade, music, art, photography contest and free watermelon. For more information, visit the website or call 580-933-5050.
For the music lovers there’s Dfest, July 24-25 in downtown Tulsa. The event showcases more than a hundred local, independent and national musical artists. For more information, visit the website www.dfest.com or call 918-640-9519. Or you can check ou the Sapulpa Royal Jazz Festival from July 30-August 1 at Martha’s Corner and Liberty Park in Sapulpa. For more information, visit the website or call 918-224-4141.
Whole Hawg Days and Poker Run takes over Eufaula on July 24 and 25. The festival includes a parade barbecue cook-off, arts and crafts, and more. For more information, visit the website or call 918-689-2791.
Celebrate the Day of the American Cowboy with a visit to Bristow on July 25-26. There’ll be gospel, Western and cowboy music, cowboy poetry, Western vendor, chuck wagon cooking and Native American dancers. Visit the website for more information www.coalitionofchristiancowboys.com or call 918-367-6762. Another celebration for National Cowboy Day takes place at Whitaker Park in Pryor. Activities include cowboy trade vendors, Western and Native American music, storytelling, workshops for children, and lots of food. For more information, visit the website or call 918-825-0157.
For more events, visit the website at www.TravelOK.com or call toll-free 800-652-6552.
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