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Upcoming Events in Miami Oklahoma


March

23 Peoria Tribe of Indians of Oklahoma Stomp Dance - This annual event features traditional Native American dancing. There will be a dinner at 5 p.m. The stomp dance will begin at 7 p.m. Bring your lawn chairs and make yourself comfortable.

Address: Ottawa/Peoria Cultural Center, 114 S Eight Tribes Trail , Miami, Oklahoma
Ph: 918-540-2535 (Always call and confirm events)

28 - 1OK0312033e015 - Miami PUDDLE JUMPERS Children's Clothing & Toy Consignment Sale - Shop early for the best selection, but come back on the last day for great 1/2 price deals!!

Thursday 7:00am - 7:00pm
Friday 7:00am- 6:00pm (1/2 price day)

We will be featuring quality children's spring & summer clothing, maternity, indoor toys, baby/children's furniture and room decor, strollers, bouncers, swings, games, books, dvds, outdoor toys and much, much more.

Sell Your Items
If you would like to bring your new or gently used items and let us sell them for you, please contact us. You will receive 65-70% of your sales and get to shop before the public. Anyone with children's items may be a consignor (seller). You get to price your items then bring them to us to sell for you, then you will receive a check within 2 weeks.

Volunteer
Volunteer with us for a 3 hour shift and shop before the public and before the sellers. You do not need to be a consignor in order to volunteer.

Have a family-friendly business or craft?
Gain additional exposure by setting up a booth at our sale.

See our website or call 888-806-9114 (toll free) for additional information for our sale.

Address: NEO Ballroom 200 I St. NE Miami, Ok 74354 , Miami, Oklahoma
Ph: 417-437-0222 (Always call and confirm events)
Email: puddlejumperskids@hotmail.com
Web: www.puddlejumperssale.com
Fee: Free

June

14 Miami CVB & Pizza Hut Rt. 66 Car Show - This annual car show, held at Pizza Hut Express, attracts visitors from across the 4-State Area. The show will begin at 5 p.m. and end at dusk. Enjoy music, games and lots of family fun. Dash plaques will be handed out to the first 75 cars.

Address: Pizza Hut Express , Miami, Oklahoma
Ph: 918-540-2471 (Always call and confirm events)
Web: www.visitmiamiok.com

15 Revvin' It Up On Route 66 - Annual Car Cruise and Show by Miami Main Street. Registration 9am-1pm, Judging 2-3pm, Awards 4pm. Top 66 on Route 66 Awards, Dash Plaques to first 100, 50/50 Pot, Safety Inspections, Free showing of American Graffiti

Address: Central and Main Street , Miami, Oklahoma
Ph: 918-542-1590 (Always call and confirm events)
Fax: 918-542-7607
Email: miamimainstreet@sbcglobal.net
Web: www.visitmiamiok.com
Fee: $10 (pre-registration $5)

21 - 23 Miami Nation Annual Pow-Wow - "The tribe that Miami got its name from years ago." Indian dancing, contests, etc. Vendor space is available.

Address: Miami Fairgrounds , Miami, Oklahoma
Ph: 918-541-1300 (Always call and confirm events)
Web: www.miamination.com

July

4 Fourth of July Celebration - An annual event held at a beautiful riverside park. Free kids' entertainment, food, music, home of the Great Duck Caper and a famously exciting fireworks display; known to be the best in the area. Bring your blanket and lawn chairs and enjoy! ~6:00pm at the Park.

Address: Riverview Park , Miami, Oklahoma
Ph: 918-542-4481 (Always call and confirm events)
Web: www.visitmiamiok.com

August

3 4-State Vettes - 4-State Vettes will be downtown Miami Mainstreet between 1st and 2nd North Main. This portion of Main Street will be blocked off during this event. 2:00PM until 4:00PM.

Address: Main Street , Miami, Oklahoma
Ph: 918-542-4435 (Always call and confirm events)
Web: www.visitmiamiok.com

17 - 24 Ottawa County Fair - Enjoy livestock shows nightly, exhibit halls, horse pools, nightly carnival, food vendors, and more. Join thousands daily for this annual event. For more information, call the OSU extension office.

Address: Miami County Fairgrounds , Miami, Oklahoma
Ph: 918-542-1688 (Always call and confirm events)
Web: oces.okstate.edu/ottawa/

September

30 - 1 Annual Ottawa Pow Wow and Celebration - Celebrate the culture of the Ottawa tribe at this fun-filled event over Labor Day weekend. Friday night there will be a gourd dance at 7:00pm and a stomp dance at 8:00pm. On Saturday, enjoy a turkey dance at 10:00am followed by a camp feast at noon and then return for the evening session which will include a gourd dance at 7:00pm and a war dance at 8:00pm. On Sunday, the Indian Junior Olympics will be held at 10:00am and the evening session will include a gourd dance at 7:00pm and a war dance at 8:00pm. Authentic Indian traders, food concessions, and grandstand seating in a covered arena make this a great event for the whole family. The celebration will be held at Adawe Indian Park which is 5 miles east and 1 mile south of Miami, Oklahoma.

Address: Adawe Park, 11400 S. 613 Rd , Miami, Oklahoma
Ph: 918-540-1536 (Always call and confirm events)
Email: info@ottawapowwow.com
Web: www.ottawapowwow.com
Fee: Free

October

27 - 29 Miami NOW...Native Oklahoma Weekend Festival - Miami NOW is a 3-day event celebrating the rich Native American history and cultural in this 9-Tribal Nation community. Plus the event is a celebration of the past and future on Route 66. The event features Native American Tribal Dance Demonstrations, storytelling and singing; Best of the Best Fancy Dance Championship, Junior Division Tribal Dance Competition, Stomp Dance, Indian Taco & Dessert Fry Bread Cook-off, Arts and Crafts Show, Car Show, 5K Run, Chili Cook-off & Tasting, gospel singing at The Sunday Gathering, Kidz Alley and live entertainment throughout the weekend.

Address: Miami Fairgrounds - Hwy 125-south of intersection of Steve Owens Blvd. & Main Street , Miami, Oklahoma
Ph: 918-542-4481 (Always call and confirm events)
Fax: 918-540-1260
Email: info@miaimiokchamber.com
Web: miamiokchamber.com
Fee: No Fee

26 Boo Ha Ha Parade - Halloween fun for everyone! Kids' costume parade, prizes and treats in a safe atmosphere, downtown Miami. ~5:30pm in Downtown Miami.

Ph: 918-542-1590 (Always call and confirm events)
Web: www.visitmiamiok.com

November

14 - 22 Annual Park of Lights - Drive through a collection of over 40 brightly lit holiday displays, provided by area businesses and organizations. 6pm-9pm. Thanksgiving until the day after Christmas.

Address: Twin Bridges State Park, 14801 Hwy 137 S, Fairland, OK , Miami, Oklahoma
Ph: 918-542-6969 (Always call and confirm events)
Email: twinbridges@OklahomaParks.com
Web: www.visitmiamiok.com
Fee: No admission charge. Donations are accepted.

December

23 Route 66 Christmas Parade - Downtown Miami will light up during this popular county-wide parade. Over one hundred entries are expected to participate. A time to admire beautifully decorated floats, great music by several bands, darling twirlers, drill teams and cheerleaders, antique cars, horses and much more. ~6:00pm in Downtown Miami.

Ph: 918-542-4481 (Always call and confirm events)
Email: info@miamiokchamber.com
Web: www.visitmiamiok.com

23 - 18 Annual Park of Lights - Drive through a collection of over 40 brightly lit holiday displays, provided by area businesses and organizations. 6pm-9pm. Thanksgiving until the day after Christmas.

Address: Twin Bridges State Park, 14801 Hwy 137 S, Fairland, OK , Miami, Oklahoma
Ph: 918-542-6969 (Always call and confirm events)
Email: twinbridges@OklahomaParks.com
Web: www.visitmiamiok.com
Fee: No admission charge. Donations are accepted.

Attractions and Upcoming Events

The Coleman Theatre

The Coleman Theatre Beautiful, its original name, was built by George L. Coleman, Sr. at a cost of $590,000. The 120 x 150

Miami, OK Theatres

Historic Route 66 -

The "Mother Road" inspired books, songs, and a television series. It stretched from Lake Michigan to the Pacific, dotted with mom and pop businesses. Route 66

Miami, OK Landmarks

Dobson Museum

Browsing through the displays and exhibits in the Dobson Memorial Center Museum, Ottawa County's colorful past reaches out as the artifacts themselves act as a testimonial to the area's history throughout the lives of its residents. The Museum is run by the Ottawa County Historical Society.

Miami, OK Museums

Courthouse and War Memorial

On the front lawn of the Ottawa County Courthouse is a Memorial to servicemen who fought for our country in the foreign wars.

Miami, OK Memorials

Outdoor Murals

The local artist, Nick Calcagno, illustrates the history of Ottawa County on the side of the Osborn Drug building located at West Central and Main.

Miami, OK Arts

Things to do near Miami, OK