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March

23OK0410027e025 - Stillwater Payne County's Junior Miss Scholarship Program - The Payne County's Junior Miss Scholarship Program is held each spring to honor the best and brightest high school junior girls in Payne County. This countywide scholarship program recognizes, rewards, and encourages excellence while promoting self-esteem among these young women. 7:00 PM.

The Payne County's Junior Miss Scholarship Program was selected as the Outstanding Local "Be Your Best Self" Program in the nation at the 2004 America's Junior Miss national finals in Mobile, Alabama.

Payne County's Junior Miss Scholarship Program is looking for outstanding junior girls. In the Spring semester of their junior year a Payne County junior will be named Payne County's Junior Miss. She will represent Payne County in the Oklahoma Junior Miss program in January, in Oklahoma City, and if she becomes Oklahoma Junior Miss, she will represent Oklahoma in the America's Junior Miss program in June in Mobile, Alabama. If you are looking for a fun way to win cash college scholarships, then the Junior Miss program is for you. The High School girls will compete for college scholarships in the categories of Interview, Fitness, Talent, Be Your Best Self Essay, Spirit, Scholastics, and Self-Expression. The America's Junior Miss Program was developed in 1958 and is the largest scholarship program of it's kind in the world.

We serve the Payne County communities of Stillwater, Perkins, Cushing, Yale, Ripley and Glencoe. If you are interested in entering Payne County's Junior Miss Program, please contact your school counselor's office and ask for the Payne County's Junior Miss Contestant Entry Form, or E-Mail to the Director, Richard Hawkins.

Address: Stillwater Community Center, 8th and Duck , Stillwater, Oklahoma
Ph: 405-612-2831 (Always call and confirm events)
Email: asdxrwhosu@yahoo.com
Web: www.pcjm.org
Fee: $5 Students, $8 Adults

April

29 - 30 Annual Blazathon BBQ Cookoff - State Championship BBQ Cookoff. Sanctioned by the Kansas City Barbecue Society. The Cook - Off is designed to raise funds for Judith Karman Hospice. It will be a place to compare cookers, cooks, and techniques.

Address: Stillwater Elks Lodge , Stillwater, Oklahoma
Ph: 405-385-9484 (Always call and confirm events)
Web: www.blazathon.org/

30 - 31 Annual Homebuilder's Home & Garden Show - FREE TREES! DOOR PRIZES! Concessions provided by Stillwater Breakfast Kiwanis. Approximately 4,000 in attendance

Saturday ~ 9:00 a.m. to 6:00 p.m.
Sunday ~ 10:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m.

Address: Payne County Expo. Center , Stillwater, Oklahoma
Ph: 405-743-3697 (Always call and confirm events)
Web: www.stillwaterhba.com
Fee: Admission $3.00 (15 & under FREE)

6 - 7 Annual Stillwater Arts and Heritage Festival - Organized and presented by the City of Stillwater, the Stillwater Arts and Heritage Festival is an outdoor arts event showcasing a juried exhibition of fine art along with two stages of entertainment, interactive cowboy camp, living history encampment, food court,, children's activity area, and more!

Address: Couch Park, 12th Avenue & U.S. 177 , Stillwater, Oklahoma
Ph: 405-742-8362 (Always call and confirm events)
Email: sfletcher@stillwater.org
Web: stillwater.org
Fee: Free admission

10 - 13 Tumbleweed's Annual Calf Fry - The annual calf fry has grown to be the major event of the year. The event has evolved into two evenings of quality entertainment, including bullriding. Chris LeDoux had been a major force of this growth over the years by performing each year. The 6th Annual Calf Fry in 1997 served over 3,000 calf fry meals and entertained over 8,000 people. The 9th Annual Calf Fry went to a three-day event and hosted Lori Morgan in concert on Saturday with bullriding, the famous calf fry meal and Chris LeDoux in concert on Sunday with the attendance of 10,000 over the three-day event. Now, the event routinely hosts at least 7 artists over the two nights with attendance hovering around 10,000 people for the event.

Email: info@calffry.com
Web: www.calffry.com
Fee: Tickets

11 - 14 OCCA Beef Expo - All Day.

Address: Payne County Expo Center , Stillwater, Oklahoma
Ph: 405-377-1275 (Always call and confirm events)
Web: www.pcexpocenter.com

13 Remember the 10 Run - 10k, 5k Fun Run. 9 a.m. On January 27, 2001 a tragic plane crash claimed the lives of ten men associated with OSU Basketball. Remember the 10 Run is an event to honor the men we remember and assist those needing support systems during trying times.

Address: Campus-wide , Stillwater, Oklahoma
Ph: 405-850-0845 (Always call and confirm events)
Email: kerrydonalexander@hotmail.com
Web: www.remembertheten.com

May

1 - 3 OK Special Olympics State Games - Opening Ceremonies will take place at Gallagher Iba Arena. Doors will open at 6:30 p.m. with pre-show entertainment. Official Opening Ceremonies begin at 7:30 p.m. with the traditional Parade of Athletes.

Hundreds of volunteers are needed to plan, prganize and accomplish a successful Summer Games. People interested in volunteering should contact the State Office at 918-481-1234. or email info@sook.org

Address: Lewis Field (OSU) , Stillwater, Oklahoma
Ph: 918-481-1234 (Always call and confirm events)
Web: www.sook.org/

11 Model Railroad Club Swap Meet -

Address: Payne County Expo Center , Stillwater, Oklahoma
Ph: 405-743-3697 (Always call and confirm events)

June

15 MDA Ride for Life and Annual Tumbleweed Fish Fry - Address: Tumbleweed , Stillwater, Oklahoma
Ph: 405-377-0067 (Always call and confirm events)
Web: www.Calffry.com

July

4 Boomer Blast Celebration - All Day. Fireworks and many fun activities.

Address: Boomer Lake Park , Stillwater, Oklahoma
Ph: 405-747-8070 (Always call and confirm events)
Web: www.visitstillwater.org

6OK0410027e027 - Stillwater MDA Benefit Fun Run - Bikers Support Muscular Dystrophy Association

The Land Run Harley Owners Group Chapter will be hosting an MDA Fun Run open to the general public and individuals may register in advance due to attendance expectations. The first fifty registered riders will receive a commemorative MDA pin. Additional pins will be available while supplies last for a $5 donation. On-site registration will begin at 9 a.m. We will depart at 10:30 a.m. to begin "Cruizing the Streets" to show our support for this worthwhile organization.

Individuals may register on the morning of the ride for $20 per rider and $15 per passenger. The ride will begin and end at Forman Harley-Davidson, 3512 S. Boomer Rd., Stillwater, OK 74074. All proceeds will be donated to MDA.

MDA is a national health agency that is combating some 43 neuromuscular diseases through major research and patient services programs. As a national corporate sponsor of MDA, Harley-Davidson Motor Company, the only major American-based motorcycle manufacturer, has raised more than $71 million for MDA since 1980.

Address: 3512 S Boomer St, , Stillwater, Oklahoma
Ph: 405.853.1474 (Always call and confirm events)
Email: riding_my_harley@ymail.com
Fee: $20/rider; $15/passenger

8 - 14 Eskimo Joe's Anniversary Celebration - Join us for the annual Anniversary week long celebration!

Address: Eskimo Joe's, Elm Street , Stillwater, Oklahoma
Ph: 405-377-0799 (Always call and confirm events)
Web: www.eskimojoes.com

August

20 - 24 Payne County Free Fair -

SATURDAY, AUGUST 23, 2014
9:30 am Oklahoma Harness Horse Association Cowboy Country Pleasure Driving Show
2pm – 9:00pm Fairest of the Fair

MONDAY, AUGUST 25, 2014
6:00 pm All Goats must be in place to start weighing & checking registration papers
6:00 pm 4-H Archery Contest- Arena


TUESDAY, AUGUST 26, 2014
ENTRY DAY for all entries except livestock and plants & flowers (8:00 am to 7:00 pm)
8:00 am Fair Office Open, entries taken
8:30- 4:00pm Poultry, Pigeons, & Rabbits must be in place for Pullorum-Typhoid Test
9:00 am GOAT SHOW (Open & Junior)
10:00 am Pheiffer Museum Open, closes at 10pm
2:00 pm All HCE entries must be in place
2:30 pm All Jr. Horses Must Be In Place
4:00 pm Release all goats
5:30 pm JUNIOR HORSE SHOW
6:15 pm Open judging of HCE exhibits
7:00 pm All entries except beef cattle, dairy cattle, and plants & flowers must be in place
7:00 pm All swine must be in place to start weighing and check registration papers
7:30 pm All sheep must be in place to start weighing & checking registration papers
9:00 pm All exhibit buildings closed


WEDNESDAY, AUGUST 27, 2014
8:00 am Fair Officially Starts
8:00 am Fair Office Open
8:00 am SWINE SHOW (Open & Junior)
9:00 am Exhibit Hall to be closed during the judging of the following exhibits: Open Class, 4-H, and HCE
9:00 am Children’s Barnyard Opens, Closes at 10 pm
10:00 am Pheiffer Museum Open, Closes at 10pm
1:30 pm SHEEP SHOW (Open & Junior)
6:00 pm Ottaway Amusement Rides Opens, closes at 10 pm
6:00 pm PIGEONS, POULTRY & RABBITS SHOW
6:00 pm Beef and Dairy Cattle must be in place. Check Dairy registration papers
6:00 pm EXHIBIT HALL & BOOTHS OPEN FOR VIEWERS.
6:00 pm Open Horses must be entered with Main Office.
6:00 pm PET PARADE & SHOW in Arena
7:00 pm Model Railroad Club Display- located in middle exhibit bldg.
7:00 pm BARNYARD OLYMPICS- in Arena
8:00 pm Junior Horses will be released
10:00 pm Exhibit Building & Commercial Booths closed


THURSDAY, AUGUST 28, 2014
7:30 am Swine will be released
8:00 am Exhibit Buildings Open
8:30-11:30 am Receive Plant and Flower Entries
9:00 am Children’s Barnyard Opens, closes at 10 pm
9:00 am DAIRY CATTLE SHOW
10:00 am Weighing of Steers & checking Beef Heifer registration and tattoos
10:00 am Pheiffer Museum Open, Closes at 10pm
2:00 pm Judging of Plant and Flower exhibits
6:00 pm Ottaway Amusement Rides Opens, closes at 10 pm
6:00 pm Horse and Mule Team Performance Contest
6:30 pm “Power of the Past” Antique Tractor Parade”- south side of Expo Center
7:00 pm Model Railroad Club Display- located in middle exhibit bldg.
7:00 pm Papa Bear Wood Carving Demo
8:00 pm Draft Horse Pulling Competition
9:00 pm Sheep will be released
10:00 pm Exhibit Buildings & Commercial Booths closed.


FRIDAY, AUGUST 29, 2014
8:00 am Exhibit Buildings Open
8:00 am BEEF CATTLE SHOW (Open, Jr. Heifers, Prospect Steers, Market Steers)
(Dairy cattle will be released immediately after the Beef Show)
9:00 am Children’s Barnyard Opens, closes at 10 pm
10:00 am Pheiffer Museum Open, closes at 10 pm
2:00 pm Pending completion of the Beef Show---Bucket Calf Competition, Arena
2:30 pm Open Horses Must Be In Place
4:30 pm CATTLE FITTING CONTEST
4:30 pm 4-H Family & Consumer Decision Making Contest
5:30 pm 4-H Horticulture Judging Contest
6:00 pm Ottaway Amusement Rides Opens, closes at 10 pm
6:30 pm “Power of the Past” Antique Tractor Parade”- south side of Expo Center
6:30 pm Picture taking for Special Awards Winners in 4-H, HCE and Open Class
7:00 pm Model Railroad Club Display- located in middle exhibit bldg.
7:00 pm Papa Bear Wood Carving Demo
7:00 pm Lawn and Garden Tractor Pull, in Arena
10:00 pm Exhibit Buildings and Commercial Booths closed


SATURDAY, AUGUST 30, 2014
8:00 am Exhibit Building Open
8-8:30 am Registration for Livestock Judging Contest
8:30 am OPEN HORSE SHOW
9:00 am LIVESTOCK JUDGING CONTEST BEGINS
9:00 am Children’s Barnyard Opens, closes at 10 pm
9:00 am Tractor Driving Contest-Main Office
10:00 am Pheiffer Museum Open, closes at 10 pm
11am-8:30pm Cimarron Cow Camp & Poetry Gathering
1-1:45 pm Saturday Afternoon Contest -
* All entries to enter : Cookie Jar Contest, *Cake Mix Plus Contest and *Pie Baking Contest
2:00 pm All judging beginnings for Saturday afternoon contest
6:00pm Ottaway Amusement Rides Open, closes at 10pm
6:30 pm “Power of the Past” Antique Tractor Parade”- south side of Expo Center
7:00 pm Model Railroad Club Display -located in middle exhibit bldg.
7:00 pm Papa Bear Wood Carving Demo
7:00 pm Poultry, Pigeons & Rabbits Released
8:00 pm Beef Cattle will be released
9:00 pm Open Horses Will Be released

------10:00 pm Fair Officially ends------


SUNDAY, AUGUST 31, 2014 ---------
6:00pm Ottaway Amusement Rides Open, closes at 10pm

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Address: Payne Country Expo Center , Stillwater, Oklahoma
Ph: 405-377-1275 (Always call and confirm events)
Web: www.pcexpocenter.com/fair.html
Fee: Free

September

7 Fall into the Holidays Arts & Crafts Show - The Fall into the Holidays Craft Show, held annually at the Payne County Expo Center in Stillwater, features more than 120 booths with handmade items and various crafts on display. This craft show will feature vendors from a tri-state area. Door prize drawings will also be held throughout the day. 9:00 AM - 5:00 PM.

Address: Payne County Expo Hall , Stillwater, Oklahoma
Ph: 580-455-2273 (Always call and confirm events)
Web: www.visitstillwater.org
Fee: Free

14 Summer Garden Festival - The Botanic Garden at Oklahoma State University is hosting GardenFest, 10 am - 4 pm. Gardening enthusiasts and their families from across the state are invited for tours, workshops, activities, and a special guest speaker. GardenFest provides an opportunity for viewers to meet the Oklahoma Gardening staff. It is also a wonderful time to view the beautiful landscape in the Botanic Garden at Oklahoma State University.

Address: Oklahoma Botanical Garden & Arboretum , Stillwater, Oklahoma
Ph: 405-744-5404 (Always call and confirm events)
Web: botanicgarden.okstate.edu

October

5 Orange Peel - The largest student - run concert in the nation happens each fall as national entertainers take the stage at Lewis Field. Call for schedules and ticket information. 7:00 p.m.

Address: Lewis Field - OSU , Stillwater, Oklahoma
Ph: 877-OSU-PEEL (Always call and confirm events)
Web: www.osupeel.com

19 Halloween Festival - Join Dowtown merchants for some Trick or Treating. 4 p.m. - 9 p.m.

Address: Downtown Main Street , Stillwater, Oklahoma
Ph: 405-624-2921 (Always call and confirm events)

December

28 Christmas Parade - All day.

Address: Downtown Main Street , Stillwater, Oklahoma
Ph: 800-991-6717 (Always call and confirm events)
Email: info@visitstillwater.org
Web: www.visitstillwater.org

1 Parade of Homes - SECOND SUNDAY - Sponsored by the Stillwater Womens Club.
The Stillwater Woman's Club will host its 48th Parade of Homes on Sunday December 12, 2010 from 1:30-4:30pm. This year the proceeds benefit The Saville Center. The Saville Center is a child advocacy center that provides a warm and caring home environment for child victims of abuse. Four Board members from the Saville Center have graciously opened their homes for the tour. This year's Tea House will be the Sheerar Museum of Stillwater History located at 702 S. Duncan. In addition to their regular exhibits, Sheerar will be featuring the First Responders and Angie Debo exhibits and will have on display vintage decorations from throughout 20th century. The Stillwater Woman's Club will provide refreshments. Tickets to view all of the beautifully decorated homes and the Sheerar Museum are $5.00 per person and can be purchased at Sheerar Museum, Flourishes (617 S. Main) or by contacting Woman's Club President Lynda Reynolds at 372-3633 ext. 101.

Address: Community Wide , Stillwater, Oklahoma
Ph: 405-372-3633 (Always call and confirm events)

Attractions and Upcoming Events

Gardiner Art Gallery

The departmental art gallery first opened in 1965

Stillwater, OK Arts

Big 12 Sports

No major comprehensive university is complete without sports, and OSU boasts a record 42 national championships - the fourth most titles in NCAA history. As a member of the Big 12

Stillwater, OK Sports

Kameoka Trail

Dedicated in the name of Stillwater's sister city in Kameoka, Japan, this trial is perfect for walking, jogging, and biking.

Stillwater, OK Hiking Trails

Historical Markers

Land Runs Boundary Line

The big land runs of 1889 and 1893

Stillwater, OK Historical Markers

National Wrestling Hall of Fame and Museum

America's shrine to the sport of wrestling, the National Wrestling Hall of Fame and Museum, is a focal point for the past, the present and the future. It preserves the heritage of the sport, celebrates new achievements, and encourages the youth of our land to aspire to lofty goals.

Stillwater, OK Halls of Fame

Things to do near Stillwater, OK

Stroup Park

Walking trail, train caboose, picnic pavilions, playground, WPA swimming pool....

Beulah Land Cemetery

Unique markers and graves of former slaves and city founders. ...

Freedom Trail Playground

Equipped for disabled and able-bodied children; western frontier theme....

Mutt Miller Park

Named for the nephew of an early Seminole Chief who was a highly respected historian and educator, the 12 acre park has a rec...