Duncan, Oklahoma

Upcoming Events in Duncan Oklahoma


February

79Oklahoma Horse Fair - Horse shows, clinics, demonstrations, bit & spur show and sale, trade show, horse sale, dinner and dance. Everything for the horse enthusiast! Handicap Accessible.

Address: Fairgrounds & Expo Center , Duncan, Oklahoma
Ph: 405-226-0630 (Always call and confirm events)
Web: www.okhorsefair.com
Fee: Free

18 - 21Annual Stephens County Jr. Livestock Show - 8:00A.M. - GILT SHOW
Immediately following GiltShow - BARROW SHOW
7:00 P.M. - WEIGH MARKET LAMBS and TURN IN EWE ENTRIES

WEDNESDAY,

4:00 P.M. ALL GOATS MUST BE ENTERED
5:00P.M. EWE EWE LAMB SHOW
Immediately following Ewe Show - MARKET LAMB SHOW
7:00 P.M. - ALL HEIFERS and STEERS MUST BE ENTERED

THURSDAY,

11:00A.M.- MEAT GOAT SHOW
3:00P.M.- STEER SHOW
5:00P.M. - HEIFER SHOW

FRIDAY
9:00P.M. - LIVESTOCK JUDGING
6:00 P.M. - AWARDS PRESENTATION
6:30P.M.- BONUS SALE

Address: Stephens County Fairgrounds , Duncan, Oklahoma
Ph: 580-255-3231 (Always call and confirm events)

March

78Two Bulls Challenge - Bull riding event featuring two nights of action.

Address: Fairgrounds & Expo Center , Duncan, Oklahoma
Ph: 580-255-0710 (Always call and confirm events)

April

17 - 20Duncan Spring Bluegrass Festival - Numerous bluegrass bands perform for a great weekend of family entertainment. Concession available during festival. Tents, Campers and RV spaces available.

Directions: From Hwy 81 & Plato Rd, go 9 miles E on Plato Rd to Duncan Lake Rd, then 1/2 mile S.

Address: Shady Oaks RV Park , Duncan, Oklahoma
Ph: 580-255-7042 (Always call and confirm events)
Email: cdclaws1@texhoma.net
Fee: Free admission on Sunday

19Stampede 5k Run/Walk - USATF Sanctioned
Professionally Timed
Awards for top three in each age division and overall
Prizes and Free T-shirt
7am
5 year age divisions apply and awards will be given for the Overall Male and Female Runner and Walker and also medals for the top 3 finishers for each division.

Doors prizes will be given away while waiting for the results.

Address: Simmons Center , Duncan, Oklahoma
Ph: 580-252-2900 (Always call and confirm events)
Web: www.chisholmtrailstampede.com
Fee: Pre Registration $14.00 Day of $16.00

24 DRH Health Foundation Annual Spring Fling - Celebrate the women in your life! The Annual DRHHF Spring Fling will be a luncheon and the presentation of makeover of at least 3 special women. Proceeds from event will benefit Nursing Scholarships. 12:00pm to 1:30pm.

Address: Simmons Center , Duncan, Oklahoma
Ph: 580-251-8844 (Always call and confirm events)
Web: drhhealthfoundation.org

May

25Annual -Give it a Tri- Triathalon - An indoor sprint triathlon benefiting the DRH Hands On Health Interactive Learning Center. 6:00am.

Address: Simmons Center , Duncan, Oklahoma
Ph: 580-251-8844 (Always call and confirm events)
Web: drhhealthfoundation.org

23Chisholm Trail Stampede PRCA Rodeo - Professional Cowboys competing in Bull Riding, Bare Back Riding, Saddle Bronc Riding, Steer Wrestling, Claf Roping, Team Roping and Barrel Racing. A western-style parade is scheduled on Saturday in downtown area featuring 100 longhorns. Preliminary events planned during daytime hours, with full rodeo schedule nightly. Handicap Accessible.

Address: Stephens County Fairgrounds , Duncan, Oklahoma
Ph: 580-255-3231 (Always call and confirm events)
Email: stcofair@texhoma.net
Web: www.stcofair.com

June

19 - 21Lion's Club Ranch Rodeo - This long standing tradition, the Duncan Noon Lions Club Rodeo will be held at the Claud Gill Arena (outdoor) on Thursday, Friday, and Saturday nights. 7:30pm Nightly.

Ticket prices: $7 in advance from the Rodeo Queens
$8 at the gate.
4-12 years old are $2 in advance and $3 at the gate.
Thursday night is family night for $10

Address: Stephens County Fairgrounds , Duncan, Oklahoma
Ph: 580-252-7388 (Always call and confirm events)

21OK0211008e011 - DuncanFounders Day - The City of Duncan observes Founders Day with a look at the history of the community and have loads of events for entertainment. The day will feature carnival rides, Marlow Gunfighters Show, Ugly Truck contest, live stage music at 714 West Main Street and numerous food and craft vendors. The Lion's Club will have a Rodeo Parade and you'll enjoy the Battle of The Bands. All these events will be on Main Street in Duncan.

In addition there will be a Founders Day Queen Event at Stephens County Museum on Saturday and the queen will be crowned at 10:30 a.m. If you like you may also participate in the Historical Homes Tour from 1:30 to 3:30 p.m. For information on these two events call Pee Wee Cary at 580-252-0717.

Saturday and Sunday there will be a Dutch Oven Cookoff with lots of delicious foods that will be prepared. Time for the cookoff will be 8 a.m. to Noon.

10am - 11pm

Ph: 580-252-0717 (Always call and confirm events)
Fee: Free Admission

July

11 - 12World's Largest Garage Sale and Summer Fest - All booths outdoors under tree canopy. Security provided. Booth spaces are 20' x 20' with electricity available. Contact the Duncan Chamber of Commerce at 580-255-3644 for additional information. Sun up-sun down.

Address: Fuqua Park and City , Duncan, Oklahoma
Ph: 580-255-3644 (Always call and confirm events)
Web: www.duncanok.org

26Dehydrator Bicycle Ride - Bicycle race and ride (on separate courses). The fun rides are 10, 25, 50 and 62 miles south of town. The race course is a 14 mile loop east of Duncan on a hilly course. Race distance is determined by the age of competitor. Age groups are awarded medals in five-year age groups and overall age categories are under 21, 21-50, 50-65 and 65+. Entry is $20 (early) and $25 (late). First 400 will receive t-shirt and water bottle. All entrants receive entry in Simmons Center recreational center. Outdoor courtyard concert also planned on Friday evening. 8am. Handicap Accessible.

Address: Simmons Center, 800 Chisholm Trail Pkwy. , Duncan, Oklahoma
Ph: 580-255-1092 (Always call and confirm events)
Email: pkbllrd@texhoma.net
Web: www.duncanpublicschools.org/dehydrator

August

20 - 23Stephens County Free Fair - Livestock shows, crafts, food, horticulture displays, trade show, carnival, barrel racing, horse show and many other attractions planned. Handicap Accessible.

Address: Fairgrounds & Expo Center , Duncan, Oklahoma
Ph: 580-255-3231 (Always call and confirm events)
Email: stcofair@texhoma.net
Web: www.stcofair.com
Fee: Free

September

291MRCA Rodeo Finals - FRIDAY CHECK IN ALL DAY with PERFORMANCE 7:00PM (Rough Stock, Barrels, Poles and Goats)

SAT 9:00AM ALL Roping and Chute Doggin ONLY
4:00PM FULL PERFORMANCE

SUN 10:00AM COWBOY CHURCH
2:00 PM 3RD GO ROUND PERFORMANCE

Address: Stephens County Expo Center , Duncan, Oklahoma
Ph: 214-878-7107 (Always call and confirm events)
Email: wchinners@aol.com
Web: www.stcofair.com
Fee: Free

13 - 14Western Spirit Celebration - A Cowboy Gathering - Children and adults will be immersed in the western culture, art and heritage of the largest migration of cattle in U.S. history. The Western Spirit Celebration explores the substantial contribution of many multi-ethnic groups to the intriguing legends created from the impact of the Chisholm Trail on the economy, culture and nature of the settlement of the West. The annual event draws folks from Oklahoma, Texas & Kansas.

Friday Night - a free concert with the COWS Band (Church of the Western Swing) will be playing at 7:00 p.m. There will be delicious chuck wagon grub.
Saturday begins with a longhorn cattle drive, chuck wagon cook offs, western entertainers, western artisans, western authors, vendors, children's area and more. Saturday night ends with the COWS Band and a dance.
Sunday morning begins with a chuck wagon breakfast, Cowboy Church followed by more fun events.

Address: Heritage Center and Simmons Center, 1000 Chisholm Trail Parkway , Duncan, Oklahoma
Ph: 800-782-7167 (Always call and confirm events)
Email: tourism@simmonscenter.com
Web: www.onthechisholmtrail.com
Fee: Admission to the Chisholm Trail Heritage Center will be free during the entire weekend.

13The Chisholm Trail Book Festival - The Chisholm Trail Book Festival is certainly one of the largest book signings in the state of Oklahoma. 84 authors from Kansas, Texas, Arkansas, Missouri, California, Massachusetts and many towns in Oklahoma will be at the Simmons Center in Duncan, OK. The Chisholm Trail Book Festival is a family event one can spend all day enjoying and have a noon meal provided by a community fundraising entity. It begins at 9 a.m. and ends at 5 p.m.

Topping the day off three 8th graders will receive their cash award at 4 p.m. for their essay. An all county essay contest will be open to all 8th graders in Stephens County to participate whether they are schooled in public schools or at home. The neat thing of it is if enough essays come in, all those contributing will be published in a legitimate book that can be purchased on Amazon and thus they become "published authors" themselves!

This wonderful event, held in doors, will be a memory making experience with many published authors glad to visit with you and autograph a book for you. It is the time to consider that Christmas gift for those you love as all genre of books will be present, adult's as well as children's books.

Our event would make a great bus tour to put on your calendar.

Address: Simmons Center, 800 Chisholm Trail Parkway , Duncan, Oklahoma
Ph: 580-439-6912 (Always call and confirm events)
Email: shookum@pldi.net
Web: www.simmonscenter.com

October

20 - 27October Arts Roundup - Annual exhibit and sale of the Duncan Art Guild. 9am-6pm. Handicap Accessible.

Address: Duncan Art Guild Simmons Center , Duncan, Oklahoma
Ph: 580-252-2559 (Always call and confirm events)
Email: oklaexp@texhoma.net
Fee: Free

26 - 27Autumn Festival & Quilt Show - Friday 1pm-5pm Saturday 9am-4pm.

Address: Stephens County Museum , Duncan, Oklahoma
Ph: 580-252-0717 (Always call and confirm events)

34Duncan Crafts, Arts, & Hobbies Show - Friday, 9 am to 7 pm
Saturday, 9 am to 4 pm

Address: Stephens County Fairgrounds , Duncan, Oklahoma
Ph: 580-255-0510 (Always call and confirm events)
Web: www.stcofair.com

11Bark in the Park - The Stephens County Humane Society and Friends of the Humane Society are pleased to announce the return of Bark in the Park from 11:00a.m.-3:00p.m.. This tail-waggin celebration is for pets, pet-owners and spectators to have a day filled with fun, food, contests, a Bark Boutique/Meow Mart, a cat photo contest, vendors, demonstrations, and a Strut Your Mutt pledge walk, along with on-site adoptions. This year we are adding an Obstacle Course!
If you would like to participate as a vendor or help underwrite the event, please contact Patti Whitaker at 580 641-0667. A BIG sloppy wet thank you for your consideration.

Address: Fuqua Park , Duncan, Oklahoma
Ph: 580-641-0667 (Always call and confirm events)
Web: www.duncanok.org
Fee: Free

18Boo View Review - Halloween celebration featuring a children's costume contest, treats and activities, plus a discounted movie for children, 2:00pm. 10am-4:30pm. Handicap Accessible.

Address: Downtown Palace/Theatre , Duncan, Oklahoma
Ph: 580-252-8696 (Always call and confirm events)
Email: mainst@texhoma.net
Fee: Free

November

311Duncan Crafts, Arts, & Hobbies Show - Friday, 9 am to 7 pm
Saturday, 9 am to 4 pm

Address: Stephens County Fair & Expo Center , Duncan, Oklahoma
Ph: 580-255-3231 (Always call and confirm events)
Web: www.stcofair.com

8 - 19OK0211008e029 - DuncanLighting The Trail - The City of Duncan invites you to share our Christmas spirit ... on the Chisholm Trail. We have three city parks decorated with over 2 million lights and 60 animated computer controlled displays, one of the largest in Southwest Oklahoma. The displays range in size from a 4' cactus to a 20' x 60' "Ski Jump Santa."

The original historic Chisholm Trail crosses through Duncan and the displays in Memorial Park follow this theme. There are bucking broncos, Indians, buffaloes, longhorns, covered wagons and cowboys galore! But watch out! There are also desperate Cowboys Fishingbank robbers leaving the bank with their loot. You can see cowboys swimming and fishing in Claridy Creek that meanders through Memorial Park. There are wagon rides, strolling carolers, and a concession to wash down the trail dust.

Fuqua Park East is a lighted Christmas Toyland Fantasy for children young and old. It features lighted animated Santa's North Pole Village, tumbling gingerbread men, tight rope walking clowns and much more. Santa will be there to have his picture made with your special little one. Also in this park, the Stephen's County Historical Museum offers to take you back to a simpler time. Accepted into the National Registry of Historic Places, our museum makes exploring the past just "a step away."

Halliburton NativityAlong with other displays, Fuqua Park West beautifully depicts "The Reason for the Season." The life of Christ is featured in a block long lighted display ... from His birth, baptism, last supper, crucifixion, resurrection, and ascension. One of the favorite pieces all the parks is Halliburton Energy Services' Nativity scene which was displayed a Halliburton for over 50 years.



Fri-Sat 6:30-11pm, Sun-Thu 6:30-10pm

Ph: 580-255-3644 (Always call and confirm events)
Fee: Free

December

29Christmas Parade - Antique cars, Bands and Santa! 3pm.

Address: Downtown , Duncan, Oklahoma
Ph: 580-252-8696 (Always call and confirm events)
Email: mainst@texhoma.net
Web: www.mainstreetduncan.org
Fee: Free


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