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Upcoming Events in Hartshorne Oklahoma


June

12 Blue Mountain Cruzers Car & Truck Show - Annual. Dance to live country music street dance, arts and crafts, rodeo, antique car show, fireworks. Sat 8am.

Address: City Park on South 13th and Drive Ave. , Hartshorne, Oklahoma
Ph: 918-297-1311 (Always call and confirm events)
Fee: Free Admission

July

4 Hartshorne High Class of '83 25 Year Reunion - A reunion is planned for Saturday, July 5, 2008 at 6:00 p.m. to Midnight (CST) at The Catholic Hall, 912 Cherokee Avenue in Hartshorne. There is no registration fee; however, donations will be accepted at the door. We will provide music and dancing as well as refreshments (snacks, coffee and tea). Dress is casual and comfortable. Classmates, Teachers, Family, and Friends of the Hartshorne High Class of 1983 are invited.

Dig in your closets, attics, basements, or other hidey holes for your high school memorabilia that you want to share with your classmates. We also want to know what you have been up to these past 25 years, so bring photos of weddings, kids, pets, college, and military.

Address: 912 Cherokee Ave , Hartshorne, Oklahoma
Ph: 918 584 3418 (Always call and confirm events)
Email: Hartshorne83@aol.com
Fee: 0.00

October

18 Hard Times Festival - Join Us For A Day Of Looking Back and Having Fun! Activities run the gamut from outhouse relay races to a period-style fashion show, and cheap eats are a big part of the day. 15 minutes East of McAlester on HWY 270.

Ph: 918-297-2577 (Always call and confirm events)
Web: www.hardtimesfest.rockinrosco.com

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