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J Weber Lending Library

Monkey Island

Story Time is presented on the first and third Saturdays each month at 3:00. 


Grand Lake Newcomers

 has a meeting with a program held at 10:00 am on the second Tuesday or each month. An optional luncheon social at various Grove restaurants follows the meeting. info Cindy  918-787-6065​


AUDUBON SOCIETY

 second Monday of each month, 

Grace Presbyterian Church, 

4th & Main St., Grove, 

Sept through May, at 7 p.m.


Green Country Squares 
Dance Club
2nd & 4th Saturday
of each month 7:30p - 10:00p

(except on holidays) 
Grove Community Center
918-314-2405 or 314-4155

Grand Lake Area
Farmer's Markets
Listings subject to change
Adair Farmer's Market
Every Fri starting May 3rd, 3pm - 7pm
 Community Bldg parking lotInfo: 918-785-4242
Saturday Morning Market
Now through Oct. 9am - 1pm
Artichoke - by the Potting Shed, 2610 N 3rd St, Langley

Info: 918-782-8006

First Saturday Trader's Day
First Sat of each month and preceding Friday
Where: Whitaker Park, Pryor
Info: 918-825-0157
 
 Mayes County Farmer's Market
Every Saturday Morning 8am - 11am
Whitaker Park, Pryor
 918-824-1555
Grove Farmer's Market
Wed & Sat
Community Center

Monkey Isl Pottery Studio
918-257-8491

Grand Lake area info online visitor guide encompasses many of the events and entertainment on and around the Grand Lake area in northeast Oklahoma which includes   Afton , Monkey Island ,  Bernice , Miami , Wyandotte , Fairland, Vinita, Cleora, Ketchum, Langley, Disney, Tia Juana, Jay and Grove OK.

dates are subject to change...please call to confirm dates...


Grand Lake in northeast Oklahoma has many events and entertainment on and off the lake.  This page has many of the events and other activities taking place in northeast Oklahoma.

 There are links to several other sites that may have additional

events and things to do.

​  ​​​​​​​​​April 2022


April 1(7:30pm)  3rd (2pm)  7th & 8th (7:30) “Harry and Sam Dialogues”
Grove, OK   Grove Playmakers   918-786-8950

The show stars Don and Dave Simpson. It portrays a comedic dialogue
and the character of the two friends eventually revealing differences that
enhance our understanding of the nature and durability of true friendship.
There is very little foul or graphic language in the play so it would be
suitable for all audiences. However, younger kids, i.e., 14 or less may not
understand a lot of it.
Adults $15, Students(HS only) $8   Reserve seats at 918-786-8950
or email groveplaymakers@yahoo.com

Sun, April 3, 8am – 4pm    Giant Yard Sale Ketchum SDA Church
Langley   Hwy 82 North of Reasors
**Oklahoma Blood Institute** (Will have blood drive from 10am to 2pm)
Vegetarian Burgers at 12  Contact: Linda Hamill 918-782-3308 (booths available)

April 2 10am and 1pm  Spring Weekend Educational Program
Bernice Nature Center   54101 OK-85A    918-257-8330  
Enjoy the beauty of nature in a lakefront setting where your Nature Center
hosts offer a different topic or program twice on Saturdays

April 9 10am and 1pm  Spring Weekend Educational Program
Bernice Nature Center   54101 OK-85A    918-257-8330  
Enjoy the beauty of nature in a lakefront setting where your Nature Center
hosts offer a different topic or program


April TBA     GEFFE
Grove   Civic Center   918-791-1974

April TBA   NEOK KENNEL CLUB
Grove   Civic Center   417-762-2252

 April 8-9 Annual Green Country Gigger’ Tournament
Lake Eucha    jaychamber.com   918-253-4345

 April 8 -9     9am-3:30    Farm Ag and Ecology Days
Grove   Har-Ber Village Museum   918-786-6446  har-bervillage.com
Let the teachings of beekeepers, master gardeners, and educated teachers
help you utilize the elements of earth and nature in creating a home
environment in which you can proudly display your outdoor creativity.

 April 9  1pm   First Annual Christian Music Festival
Grove   downtown   918-786-9079   
Hosted by the Life Savers Chapter, Christian Motorcyclists Association
A variety of area churches have joined together to promote an afternoon of
praise and worship, while allowing individuals to learn more about the
numerous places of worship in the Grand Lake area.
Bring a chair and if you get hungry, there will be food trucks at the event.
Presented by the City of Grove and Grove Area Chamber of Commerce.

April 9 (7pm) - 10th (2:30pm)  Silent Film "Blood and Sand”
Miami   Coleman Theatre   (918) 540-2425       
A silent 1922 film starring Rudolf Valentina as a toreador (bull fighter)
Note: Silent films back in the day did not have the technology of today’
features. An actor had to utilize body language and facial expression to
relay the plot and scenes. It gives a better understanding of how far the
industry has progressed in making fiction into reality.  Presented by Dennis James
Ticket Prices: Adults $17, Seniors $13, and Students $10 + taxes & fees

April 16 10am and 1pm  Spring Weekend Educational Program
Bernice Nature Center   54101 OK-85A    918-257-8330  
Enjoy the beauty of nature in a lakefront setting where your Nature Center
hosts offer a different topic or program)

Apr 16  9am Registration   Jay Easter Egg Hunt
Jay   City Park   918-253-8698   jaychamber.com
Bring the kids and their Easter Basket
Hunt Start Times:   Ages 0-2 –10am
Ages 3-5 –10:15 am   Ages 6-8 –10:30am   Ages 9-11 –10:45am

April 16  1pm   17th Annual Easter Egg Hunt
Bernice  Nature Center   Grand Lake State Park   918-257-8330
For children 12 and under. When their designated age group is not hunting
Easter Eggs, they can get their picture taken with Peter Cottontail himself.
The event will take place rain or shine.






dates of events and entertainment

are subject to change...please call to confirm ...

click on these links for additional events and activities

Grand Lake OK Events & Entertainment


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April 22- 24   UTV Spring Extravaganza
Bring your off-road vehicle to Disney and ride the trails
Disney   Hosted by Hooligans Off-road   316-259-1050

April 22-24  9am –3:30pm   2nd Annual Civil War Era Historical Days
Grove   Har-Ber Village Museum   (918) 786-6446
If you have ever wondered what life was like in the Civil War days, this
venue will not disappoint. Battles will be reenacted, while well over 150
demonstrations allow you to witness everyday life of the families left
behind.

April 23 10am and 1pm  Spring Weekend Educational Program
Bernice Nature Center   54101 OK-85A    918-257-8330  
Enjoy the beauty of nature in a lakefront setting where your Nature Center
hosts offer a different topic or program)

April 23    6pm –9pm   Bootlegger Ball
Monkey Island   Shangri La Resort   918-782-3214
Get into the moment and dress up like a flapper or Bonnie and Clyde if you
want (not required). $1000 in play money with live table games. An auction
and meal are also included.
Tickets $50   VIP Tickets $60

April TBA   Crappie Spring  Tournament
Bernice   Indian Hills  918-256-6954  
April TBA   5pm   Ales & Tails Crawfish Festival
Vinita    Rodeo Grounds   vinita rotary.org

April 30 10am and 1pm  Spring Weekend Educational Program
Bernice Nature Center   54101 OK-85A    918-257-8330  
Enjoy the beauty of nature in a lakefront setting where your Nature Center
hosts offer a different topic or program)

April 30, 10am-5pm   Mural Fest    
Miami, OK   918-542-4481