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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...

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


additional July events

July 1 & 8  3pm   Story & Craft time
J. Weber Lending Library, Monkey Island

July 1 & 2  10am, 1pm & 3pm  July Summer Fun
Grand Lake State Park Bernice Nature Center

Bernice, OK  918-257-8330

July 1, 8, 15, 22 & 29   1pm
The Wild Eats (feeding the animal at Bernice Nature Center)
Grand Lake State Park Bernice Nature Center Bernice, OK
918-257-8330

July 1-2, 8-9, 15-16, 22-23 & 29-30
10am, 1pm & 3pm  Summer Weekend Programs
Grand Lake State Park Bernice Nature Center Bernice, OK
918-257-8330


July 8, 11, 14, 15, 21, 22 at 7:30 pm;

Sunday Matinees, July 9 and 16 at 2:00 pm.

 “Welfarewell,” an award-winning play by Cat Delany,

 The Playmakers’ theatre, 121 W. 3 rd St. in Grove, OK. 
 For reservations, call (918) 786-8950 and leave a message for the box office volunteer, email groveplaymakers@yahoo.com or reserve online at www.groveplaymakers.com. Entry prices are
$15 for adults and $8 for students, Mid-school College. Group prices are available as are discounted ‘paywhat you can’ tickets.​


July 13  5-10pm  GLOC Shoot Out Street Party
Grove Civic Center

July 14  5-10pm  GLOC Shoot Out Cruising the Docks Party
Lakeside Marina-Sailboat Bridge

July 15  11am – 5pm  GLOC Shoot Out Racing
Sail Boat Bridge

 
​July 16  10am – 5pm
GLOC Shoot Out Racing & Awards Ceremony
Lakeside Marina 

July 15 1-5pm  Aquapalooza
Horse Creek  918-782-9546

July 21 & 22  Friday 9-5  Saturday 9-4
Grand Lake O’ the Cherokees Quilt Show
Grove Civic Center 

July 22-29  Craig County Free Fair
Craig County Fair Grounds 

July 29  Bad Shot Gun Show LLC
Grove Civic Center 

July 31-August 4  9:30am - noon  Art Youth Camp
Har-Ber Village Museum Grove, OK  918-786-6446






 ​FIREWORK DISPLAYS 2017
June 30  Vinita fireworks
July 1  Horse Creek Fireworks

​July 1 Grand Lake Fireworks  Disney  9:30
July 2 Afton Fireworks
July 2 Monkey Island Fireworks  the Landings
July 3 Grove fireworks at Wolf Creek
​July 3 9:30 Duck Creek Fireworks
​July 4 Huckleberry Fireworks Jay
July 4  Miami Fireworks


July 4th weekend events


​Jul 01, 2017 - Jul 04, 2017  Quapaw Tribe Powwow
5681 S 630 Rd, Quapaw, OK 74363   Phone: 918-542-1853 

Head to Quapaw this July to experience American Indian traditions with the Quapaw tribe. The tribe holds an annual celebration over the 4th of July weekend that includes dancing,  contests, authentic Native American vendors and plenty of family fun. Come celebrate 
the culture and history of the Quapaw Tribe.

July 1  Huckleberry Festival  Jay


July 1  9am – 4pm  Arts, Crafts, Music & Cajun Festival
Grove Civic Center, Grove, OK  918-786-8896

July 3  Independence Day Family Event
Har-Ber Village Museum will host the 5th Annual Independence Day Celebration  from 10 a.m. – noon.  

Attendees can play old fashioned lawn games, hand crank firecracker ice cream, decorate their bikes and wagons for a Kids Parade, meet patriotic personalities, and hear Broadway performer
Ron Young sing the National Anthem.  
Har-Ber Village Museum Grove, OK 918-786-6446​

July 3   4 p.m. War Birds arrive at Ketchum Airport. Everyone is Welcome! 7 p.m. Radio Broadcast begins on KGVE 99.3 Grove and the Grand Entry Air Show by the War Birds begin! 8:45 p.m. The F-16 Flyover by the U.S. Air Force. And at 9:30 p.m. the 70th Duck Creek Fireworks Show Begins!

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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.











June 23-25  Thunder On Wolf Creek
Wolf Creek Park Grove, OK  918-791-1733

June 24 Dog’s Gone Wild Dog Show
Grove Civic Center

June 23-24, 2017 all-day   18th Annual  Miami Nation PowWow 
Miami Nation PowWow Grounds, 2319 Newman Rd., Miami, OK 74354

For more information, contact Julie Olds, 918-541-1300. or jolds@miamination.com
The Miami Nation Tribal Powwow is a celebration of American Indian dance. This free event welcomes visitors from the surrounding area and beyond to witness as tribal members compete in various traditional dances. The Miami Nation Tribal Powwow features gourd
 dancing, a shell shaker contest, singers and powwow princesses. A grand entry and color guard presentation will be held, and food and merchandise vendors will be on hand.


June 23rd - June 25th, 2017
The annual Peoria Powwow held at 60610 E 90 Rd Miami,
OK 74354 is a grand festival of Native American culture and dance. This American Indian event features a wide range of contest dancing, 
including gourd dancing and straight dancing, as well as grass, traditional and fancy dancing. Other categories of dance will also include cloth, buckskin, jingle and fancy shawl. For more information please call 
918-540-2535.

June 23-30  9:30am - noon  Pioneer Youth Camp
Har-Ber Village Museum Grove, OK  918-786-6446

June 30  Bob McSpadden Fireworks:  
Vinita High School Football Field, gates open at 7:30 p.m. Hamburgers and Hot Dogs, Kona Ice Truck, Italian Ice Truck, Maw and Paw Kettle Corn and Dipped Cheesecake, Bounce House, and Firetruck with Sprinkler.  

        

 June 30  FREE MOVIES IN THE PARK – “ROGUE ONE”
The Town of Langley is proud to announce that it will be
hosting “Movies in the Park”, a free family friendly event this summer, 
May through August. The next movie event will be “ROGUE
ONE” on June 30. This will be the first of the Star Wars stand
alone films, “Rogue One: A Star Wars Story,” an all-new epic adventure. 
Movies are located at the Village Park in the south baseball field
and begin once it is dark outside. The community is encouraged to
 set up their lawn chairs and blankets and enjoy the music before the movie begins.  If there is a chance of inclement weather the movie will be shown the following week.   You may call Carole Free at 918-284- 8884 or check out our website at www.langleyok.org for updates.  With the help of generous local sponsors the Town of Langley is able to provide 
the community with a unique theater experience. The Youth Group from the
 First Christian Church of Langley will be offering snacks and drinks as a fundraiser.  Please come out and support them.