|89||Annual Spring Rock Swap Show - Rock hounds are flocking to Red Rock Canyon State Park at Hinton for the Oklahoma Mineral and Gem Society's Annual Spring Swap Show. Collectors will bring their finest geodes, crystals, fossils and rose rocks for display or trade. This is a swap with some selling, but no full time dealers. (Anyone who makes it a full time business.) This rule was made by the Park Rangers.
"This is one of our most fascinating annual events", says Park Manager David Sutton. "It's hard to believe there are so many different kinds of rock and the rock art that some of these artists create is just beautiful."
One of the most popular events of the swap meet is the "glow show" at 8 PM on Saturday. The "glow show" features stunning florescent rocks. Club members are always anxious to share their wisdom about the rock we live on and visitors are encouraged to ask questions and learn. The event is free to the public.
The Oklahoma Mineral and Gem Society's Spring Swap Show takes place in the California Road Campground at the south end of the park. Red Rock Canyon State Park is located 5 miles south of Interstate 40 on US 281, on the south side of the city of Hinton. Interested rock hounds may contact the President of the Mineral and Gem Society, at (405) 721-4060.
State council meeting at 1:00pm. (With collection of donations for the scholarship fund.) Auction will be at 2:00pm, or after the council meeting. Pot luck dinner is Saturday night at 6:00pm. Friday is the day the Rockhounds give talks to local schools.
Tent and RV campsites are available at Red Rock Canyon State Park for an exciting and informative weekend during this event. For availability, call the park office at (405) 542-6344. There are full hookups, electrical hookups, and tent camping. Check with the ranger for discounts.
Address: Red Rock Canyon State Park, 5 miles south of Interstate 40 on US 281 , Hinton, Oklahoma
|13 - 14||Crosstie Entertainment LLC Rodeo and Dance - PRCA Rodeo and Dance. Fri-Sat 8pm nightly. Handicap Accessible.
Address: Rodeo Arena, 2 miles north of Hinton , Hinton, Oklahoma
|15 - 16||Kiwanis Rodeo - One of Oklahoma's longest running rodeos ( 1931), this annual IPRA rodeo includes a downtown parade on Saturday at 5:00pm. Rodeo, 8pm. Handicap Accessible.
Address: Rodeo Arena , Hinton, Oklahoma
|30 - 31||Hinton Guitar Festival - Live Music in a beautiful outdoor setting! Play. Listen. Camp. Enjoy. A Jam Session for anyone who loves music. Rock - Country - Blues - Jazz - Bluegrass - Classical.
The purpose of this festival is simply for the enjoyment of playing the guitar. This festival is a way to meet and learn from each other. Whether you have played in front of thousands, or only for yourself, If you have been playing for 30 years or 30 days, you are invited to come and jam with us. The concerts will be held Friday and Saturday night of the festival. All musicians are invited and encouraged to play in the Guitar Festival Band at the concert. Bands or solo artists can perform on the stage during the concert. Make sure and get a time slot early, spots are filling up fast! There is no cost to play and participate or just listen and enjoy the concert. Although this is a guitar festival, we also are looking for singers and other musicians to participate in the fun.
|26 - 27||Town Wide Garage Sale - Hinton Annual Town wide Garage Sale - Labor Day Weekend! Over 100 Garage Sales plus Sidewalk Sales. Also visit historic and beautiful Red Rock Canyon State Park while in Hinton and the Hinton Historical Museum!|
|24||Hinton Arts & Crafts Festival - Indoor show featuring fine art, pottery, crafts, jewelry, photography, statuary and yard ornaments, children's craft workshops, giant inflatables and food concessions. Also planned is our annual buffalo chili cookoff. 9am-4pm. Handicap Accessible.|
|24||Hinton Cruisers Car Show - Car show offering awards in best of category and best of show. Registration is from 9am-11am and the show is from 11am-4pm. Handicap Accessible.|
|3||Christmas Craft Show - Indoor show featuring crafts, fine art, gifts, home and garden decor, candles and food items. Children's craft workshop and food concessions also available. 10am-3pm. Handicap Accessible.|
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