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Pumpkin Festival at Shepherd’s Cross September 20 – November 5, 2022 Tuesday – Saturday 9:00 am - 6:30 pm Open Monday, October 31st Shepherd’s Cross has been hosting a fall event for three decades and once again returns with fun for the whole family. Shepherd’s Cross Pumpkin Festival is a harvest celebration held at an authentic working farm, just north of Claremore Oklahoma on Scenic Route 66. Come to the farm and enjoy the peace of a few hours spent in the country. Enjoy wholesome fun for the entire family including over 50 activities, a hay maze, festive outdoor & indoor games, farm animal petting barn, farm demonstrations and fall story time. The farm’s focus is educational, mingled with fall festive fun. We will supply truckloads of pumpkins of all shapes and sizes for purchase, as well as straw bales & cornstalks for your fall decorating. There is a wide range of pumpkin prices, starting at $1.50 each. Come see our walk-through Pumpkin Patch, Game Area, and Hay Maze. Pumpkins are sanitized daily, and games are sanitized throughout the day. Suggested donation is $5 per person (suggested – not required). Pumpkin Patch Packages are available for $9, $12 & $15. They include a Pumpkin, Wagon Ride and take home fall craft. Size of pumpkin varies with package price and are available while supplies last. Wagon Rides in the hay meadow are $6.50 per person; children two and under are free. They “load up and head out” approximately every 30 minutes. Wagon ride is sanitized throughout the day. Farm Museum & Educational Farm Silo is open – free admission. The Bible Garden is available for self-guided tours where you can see pumpkins growing on the vines, and take a picture with the flowers. Shepherd’s Shop, a quaint country gift shop, features a host of festive fall, handmade wool and farm related gifts and wares from many gifted artisans. The shop is open year-round and carries snacks & beverages. Also offered are healthy food choices as well as grass fed, grass finished meats. There are modern indoor restrooms. This event is made possible by Heart of the Shepherd Inc., a public, non-profit Christian organization (501-C3) that teaches Biblical references to the harvest, the animals, farming, and gardening. Because of their generosity, the admission is free and operates by donations. Shepherd’s Cross is an accredited Agritourism facility, a Made in Oklahoma Company, and a Grass Fed Grass Finished, Animal Welfare Certified Farm. Website: https://shepherdscross.com/index.html Etsy: https://www.etsy.com/shop/ShepherdsCross Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/ShepherdsCross Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/shepherds_cross/
16792 East 450 Road
Claremore, OK 74017
The Will Rogers Motion Picture Festival celebrates film and Western heritage icon Will Rogers, an Oologah native. Visit the Will Rogers Memorial Museum to screen a diverse array of films at the Motion Picture Festival, held in honor of Will Rogers' first movie and his far-reaching popularity in the dawn of his day. Sit back and watch local, national and international films competing for the Dog Iron Award.
Will Rogers Memorial Museum
1720 W Will Rogers Blvd
Claremore, OK 74017
Celebrate National Bison Day during the two-day Old West Buffalo Days Festival. This Pawhuska event takes guests back to the 1800s with two exciting ticketed events. On Friday evening, the Buffalo Adventure Dinner Theater will transport guests to the 1800s in the fictional Old West town of Buffalo City. This one-of-a-kind dinner theater includes action-packed scenes telling the story of the American Buffalo through people who lived through this exciting era in history. Enjoy a catered meal on vintage china in a rustic, elegant event space, followed by a wagon ride that takes guests among the buffalo where they can hand feed them. End the evening around a campfire with Theodore Roosevelt as he shares his role in saving the buffalo, then raise your glass in a toast during the closing ceremony with an inspiring message from Teddy. On Saturday, enjoy an 1800s festival featuring Native American and Western storytelling and music during the Buffalo Rendezvous. See a variety of living history characters, participate in a buffalo chip throwing contest, take a buffalo hay wagon tour and enjoy free samples at the Buffalo Chili Cook-Off, where you can vote for your favorite chili. All event tickets must be purchased in advance. Hours Buffalo Adventure Dinner Theater: Friday, November 4 Buffalo Rendezvous: Saturday, November 5
Old West Buffalo Company
29521 US Highway 60
Pawhuska, OK 74056
Casual and family-friendly, all ages welcome. Easy to learn, 6 count swing (some call it East Coast) 7-7:30 beginning lesson. Dance 7:30-10pm. Dance to the music of the USA swing era 1920s-1940s. TOSS has been recognized by UNESCO as a Global Cultural Heritage organization focused on the preservation and education of this fabulous era of big band music and street dance of Harlem, NY. Members: $5 Non-members: $7 Student members: $3 Student non-members: $5 12 and under, 90 and over: Free???? The community center is behind the church on 35th place 1 block west off Peoria. Look for parking there, white pillars huge porch in the front of the center. Look for the TOSS flag at the entrance.
Southminster Presbyterian Church
3500 S. Peoria Ave. Tulsa, OK
Tulsa, OK 74105
Every Monday, the Cabinet of Wonder Teaching Collection gives park guests a hands-on experience while exploring the exhibit. Guests can interact with a table of special objects as well as complete a scavenger hunt activity!
2650 S. John Williams Way
Tulsa, OK 74114
Take a fun and educational walking tour through downtown Tulsa's Cathedral District during November's Second Saturday Architecture Tour. This informational event, hosted by the Tulsa Foundation for Architecture, will give you the chance to peek inside several downtown churches. Meet at Foolish Things Coffee shop before embarking on a fascinating Saturday morning adventure to admire beauty and hear plenty of stories.
Foolish Things Coffee Shop
1001 S Main St
Tulsa, OK 74119
Take a fun and educational walking tour through downtown Tulsa's Cathedral District during November's Second Saturday Architecture Tour. This informational event, hosted by the Tulsa Foundation for Architecture, will give you the chance to peek inside several downtown churches. Meet at Foolish Things Coffee shop before embarking on a fascinating Saturday morning adventure to admire beauty and hear plenty of stories. Hours Saturday: 10:00 am - 12:00 pm Tours: 15-minute increments.
Foolish Things Coffee Shop
1001 S Main St
Tulsa, OK 74110
The Tulsa Area Azalea Society meets every third Tuesday of the month in the Outdoor Classroom at Woodward Park building. We are currently welcoming new members and would love to have you join! Each month we discuss gardening tips and topics for azaleas, community outreach opportunities, and answer questions from the general public on how best they can care for their azaleas.
Tulsa Garden Center - Outdoor Classroom
2435 S Peoria Ave
Tulsa, Ok 74114