Antlers, Oklahoma

Upcoming Events in Antlers Oklahoma


13 - 16 Kiamichi River Rendezvous - Come see living history as reenactors of mountain men, trappers and craftsmen bring the pre-1840s to life. Demonstrations will include tomahawk and knife throwing, as well as a black powder rifle marksmanship competition. Last full weekend in February, Th - Sun.

Address: Hwy 271 N to Finley, follow the signs , Antlers, Oklahoma
Ph: 580-298-5461 (Always call and confirm events)
Fee: $5 per car. School groups welcome.


18 Annual Main Street Jam - The Annual Main Street Jam is open to arts, crafts and flea markets, inviting musicians of any style and talent level to participate and have a great time playing their music together. First Saturday. Sponsored by Antlers Main Street.

Address: N High St , Antlers, Oklahoma
Ph: 580-298-2488 (Always call and confirm events)
Fee: Free

2 Show 'n Shine Custom Car and Motorcycle Show - Antlers' Armed Forces Day Celebration - If you are looking for an Oklahoma Motorcycle Rally or Bike show on that weekend, plan to come and see these spectacular, customized, trophy winning vehicles.

There will be games, activities and prizes that all ages can participate in! Various vendors and LIVE entertainment will be on site as well as good food available. For bikers and hobbyists that like to graze their way through car and motorcycle shows there is a chuck wagon breakfast and a BBQ fundraiser that will meet your needs.

A percentage of the proceeds of the custom car and motorcycle show are donated to the DAV. Here's something cool; entrants are the judges! People's choice awards! Free to spectators! The car and motorcycle show will take place from 8am until 8pm come rain or come shine! Come celebrate and and support our Vets with us.

For more information, email or please call 580-298-2488 or 580-271-8558.

Address: County Fair Grounds, 610 S.W. "D" St. , Antlers, Oklahoma
Ph: 580-298-2488 (Always call and confirm events)
Fax: 580-298-5770
Fee: Free


31 - 6 Freewheel Bicycle Event - 7 days of Mountain Biking over 400 miles with 1200 riders max. Discover that the Sooner State is far from flat and has an abundance of diversity. While visiting the surprisingly beautiful state, you'll visit Indian reservations, enjoy local cuisine, and meet the friendly people that call Oklahoma home during the annual Oklahoma FreeWheel! Folks along the route share their communities with the throng of passing riders, providing food, entertainment, overnight accommodations, local history, and so much more!

Ph: 580-298-2488 (Always call and confirm events)
Fee: $125

4 - 6 Pushmataha County Annual Homecoming Celebration - Highlights include a carnival, quilt show, street vendors, games, free street concert and dance with major bands, and a fish fry on Friday night. Fri 6pm-dark, Sat 9am-midnight.
The parade starts at 10:00AM on Saturday.

Address: 119 W. Main St. , Antlers, Oklahoma
Ph: 580-298-5770 (Always call and confirm events)
Fee: Free


18 - 19 Deer Festival & Outdoor Show - Hunting and fishing equipment, arts and crafts, archery and other demonstrations, an archery shoot, and kid's activities will be featured. We host a deer camp chili cookoff, a venison cooking contest, a doe and buck kids-in-camo beauty contest. Lots of live music entertainment also planned. Fri 9am-9pm, Sat 9am-5pm. Handicap Accessible.

Address: Fairgrounds , Antlers, Oklahoma
Ph: 580-326-4186 (Always call and confirm events)
Fee: Free Admission


21 Christmas Parade of Lights - 6:00 pm.

Address: Downtown , Antlers, Oklahoma
Ph: 580-298-2488 (Always call and confirm events)

28 Christmas Cash Giveaway - The Christmas Cash Giveaway invites everyone to visit downtown Antlers for last-minute shopping and a chance to win cash. Sponsored by Antlers Main Street. Saturday, the week before Christmas.

Address: Downtown , Antlers, Oklahoma
Ph: 580-298-2488 (Always call and confirm events)

Attractions and Upcoming Events

Old Frisco Depot

The Frisco Depot at Antlers is now under the management of the Pushmataha County Historical Society. The building had been unoccupied since 1958 and was in a sad state of disrepair until 1985 when the depot had been slowly and painstakingly restored to the state of dignity that it deserves.

Antlers, OK Railroad History

Antlers Tornado

On April 12 , 1945, at 5:20 pm, a tornado first touched down southwest of town near the Hall communtiy. At 5:45

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Antlers Springs

For no one knows how many hundreds of years, a brisk trickle of fresh mountain water has bubbled from the earth within what now are the city limits of Antlers. Long before Civil War days, adventurers and Indians and stock traders used to halt in their day'

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Wildlife Heritage Center & Museum

The Wildlife Heritage Center Museum is a 3100

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Outdoor Murals

"Welcome To Antlers" is represented on this building mural as you enter town from the west on Highway 3. - Artist, Lawrence, '99

Antlers, OK Arts

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