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Upcoming Events in Muskogee Oklahoma


April

31 - 29 Azalea Festival - Annually, visitors can walk or drive through the park to view the beautiful array of blooming azaleas, tulips, dogwood and other trees and plants. Citywide activities planned throughout the month also include a parade, arts & crafts show, woodcarving show, 5K run, bike tour, and chili and barbecue cookoffs. 7:30am-9pm.

Address: Honor Heights Park , Muskogee, Oklahoma
Ph: 918-684-6302 (Always call and confirm events)
Email: prkrec@azalea.net
Web: www.muskogeeparks.com
Fee: Free

12 - 13 Muskogee Area Quilters Guild Annual Quilt Show - Every year the MAQG quilt show gets bigger and better by offering a quilt show competition, inviting experts for demonstrations, hosting regional vendors, conducting showpiece quilt raffle, and giving free gifts to participants for an enjoyable jump into spring. Novices to professional quilters will be interested in quilt displays as well as hands-on instruction. MAQG members are easily accessible during the event for questions involving the craft of quilting and community projects. Novices are encouraged to attend to take advantage of the free starter kit items, demonstrations, and direct access to experienced MAQG members. Experts of quilting will enjoy the wide array and exquisite display of show quilts to be judged. 9:00 am to 4:00 pm.

Address: St. Paul's Methodist Church, 2130 W Okmulgee , Muskogee, Oklahoma
Ph: 707-694-9468 (Always call and confirm events)
Email: muskogeequilters@gmail.com
Web: www.facebook.com/muskogeequilters/
Fee: $5.00

13 Azalea Parade - Parade celebration for Azalea festival.

Address: Downtown Muskogee , Muskogee, Oklahoma
Ph: 918-684-6302 (Always call and confirm events)
Web: www.muskogeechamber.org/

13 Barbecue & Chili Cookoff - Bar-b-que, chili, open and bean cookoffs are planned. Live music. Held in conjunction with the city's month long Azalea Festival celebration in Honor Heights Park. 10am-4pm. Handicap Accessible.

Address: Downtown Market Square , Muskogee, Oklahoma
Ph: 918-683-5546 (Always call and confirm events)
Web: www.muskogeechamber.org/
Fee: Free

13 Flower Power 5K Run - 5K run. Held in conjunction with the city's month long Azalea Festival celebration. 8am.

Address: Honor Heights Park , Muskogee, Oklahoma
Ph: 918-684-6302 (Always call and confirm events)
Email: joel@muskogeeparks.org
Web: muskogeeparks.com

13 Flower Power Bike Ride - The Flower Power Bike Ride is one of the first rides of the cycling season and coincides with Muskogee's annual Azalea festival. The bike ride begins and ends at Three Forks harbor and features five different routes that range in length from 15 to 100 miles. The ride annually host rom 300 to 500 riders. Registration begins at 7:00am on the day of the race and the race begins at 9:00am.

Address: Three Forks Harbor , Muskogee, Oklahoma
Ph: 918 684-6302 (Always call and confirm events)
Email: jeverett@muskogeeparks.org
Web: muskogeeparks.com

13 - 14 Azalea Arts and Craft Show - Annual Arts and Craft Show .. If you are looking for booth space here's your chance. Booth space is $60.00 for two days. Lots of door prizes will be given away.

Address: 425 Boston , Muskogee, Oklahoma
Ph: 918-684-6363 (Always call and confirm events)
Fax: 918-684-6364
Email: cgaines@muskogeeonline.org
Fee: Free

13 Cruizaders Annual Car, Truck and Mororycle Show - Cruizaders Car Club is holding their annual Car, Truck and Motorcycle show in conjunction with Muskogee's Annual Azalea Festival and Chili Cookoff.
Dash plaques and goodie bags for first 100 entrants. Cash Awards plus a 50/50 pot and great door prizes from area merchants. A children's area will be available to keep the kids entertained. Awards includes Top 25, Best in Show, Car or Truck, Best in Show,motorcycle, Best Interior, Best Engine and Best Old Skool Bike.

Address: 111 S. 7th, Muskogee, Ok 74403 , Muskogee, Oklahoma
Ph: 918 687 6837 (Always call and confirm events)
Fax: 918 682 7131
Email: reception@fbcmuskogee.org
Web: www.cruizaders.org
Fee: $15 entry fee

27 - 2 Annual Renaissance Festival - Step back in time and enjoy the wonderment of a day in Renaissance England, right here in Oklahoma! Journey to an age of sorcerers, knights in shining armor, kings, queens, and maidens fair. become mesmerized as magicians, jugglers, musicians, dancers, acrobats, and jousters thrill and delight you. For more information please visit the website. Festival will run every Saturday and Sunday.

Address: The Castle of Muskogee, 3400 West Fern Mountain Road , Muskogee, Oklahoma
Ph: 918-687-3625 (Always call and confirm events)
Fax: 918-6836750
Email: info@okcastle.com
Web: www.okcastle.com
Fee: Varies

May

4 Three Rivers Museum Railroad Day - Celebrate our rich railroad history at the Midland Valley Depot. The event includes model trains, lectures on railroad history, children's games and a barbecue lunch. 10:30am-3pm.

Address: Three Rivers Museum , Muskogee, Oklahoma
Ph: 918) 686-6624 (Always call and confirm events)
Email: staff@3riversmuseum.com
Web: www.3riversmuseum.com
Fee: Adults admission, $5.00, children admission, $3.00

11 Cruis'n Angles Anual Car Show - This car show has something for everybody. All registration will be $15 and will be accepted from 8AM until Noon. There will be Independent judges with a trophy plus $100 to the top 5 vehicles of show. Top three in all classes will receive an award. Club awards will be $100/$50/$25. There will be cash prizes throughout the day-50/50 jackpot –door prizes-T shirts-disc jockey-food and craft vendors. Vendor space is still available. Located at the corner of Columbus and 5th street just west of the Civic Center.

Please call Ronnie Brassfield at 918-441-0624 or Joe Schmidgall at 918-441-2755 for more information or to reserve your vendor space.

Address: Colunbus and 5th , Muskogee, Oklahoma
Ph: 918-441-0624 (Always call and confirm events)
Email: johnny.nicholson@gmail.com
Web: www.facebook.com/pages/Cruisn-Angels-Car-Club/
Fee: 15.00

July

4 Happy Birthday America - Celebrate at the sports complex with live entertainment and a grand fireworks display. Concessions on site. 6-10:30pm. Handicap Accessible.

Address: Love Hatbox Sports Complex , Muskogee, Oklahoma
Ph: 918-684-6302 (Always call and confirm events)

September

31 Five Tribe's Folklore, Legends & Myths - Please join us in paying tribute to our native folklore, legends and myths. Like many cultures, we use storytelling as a way to pass down our customs, history and heritage. One very important way to tell these stories is through art. Images of our creation, our heroes in action, and our traditions and beliefs, bring life to and preserve these stories to be shared with future generations.

Application for Five Tribe's Folklore, Legends, & Myths is on home page at www.fivetribes.org

Address: Five Civilized Tribes Museum , Muskogee, Oklahoma
Ph: 877-587-4237 (Always call and confirm events)
Email: fivetribes@azalea.net
Web: www.fivetribes.org

27 - 26 Halloween Festival at the Castle - This 60 acre haunted theme park hosts seven different events for all ages ranging from the totally frightening to the non-scary. Come and experience The Trail of Blood, Domus Horrificus, Casa Morte, the Ultimate Maze, a startling Hayride, the Torture Chamber and Halloween Land for children 10 and under. Dusk-10pm. Held Fridays and Saturdays and through October. Handicap Accessible.

Ph: 918-687-3625 (Always call and confirm events)
Email: thecastle@thecastle.org
Web: www.okcastle.com

November

4 The Masters Art Show - Master artists from the Five Civilized Tribes present artwork for sale. Highlights will include an auction, artist meet and greet, awards presentation, and refreshments. Art will be on sale through November. Handicap Accessible.

Address: Five Civilized Tribes Museum , Muskogee, Oklahoma
Ph: 877-587-4237 (Always call and confirm events)
Email: fivetribes@azalea.net
Web: www.fivetribes.org

16 Boares Heads Feaste - Spend an evening with King Henry VIII and an array of entertainment as you feast upon a magnificent four-course meal, dance with the belly dancers and sing with the minstrels. Truly an event for the season. 7-10pm. Handicap Accessible.

Address: The Castle of Muskogee , Muskogee, Oklahoma
Ph: 918-687-3625 (Always call and confirm events)
Email: thecastle@thecastle.org
Web: www.okcastle.com

21 - 29 Garden of Lights Festival - Visitors drive through this 120-acre park viewing trees, bushes and water areas decorated with more than one million colored lights and animated displays. Donations appreciated.

Open Daily: Thanksgiving through New Year's Eve.

Address: Honor Heights Park , Muskogee, Oklahoma
Ph: 918-684-6302 (Always call and confirm events)
Email: parkrec@ok.azalea.net
Web: www.muskogeeonline.org

21 - 30 The Christmas Kingdom - Drive through the Castle's Christmas Kingdom and experience what is believed to be the world's largest collection of holiday inflatables. Over 2000 displays ranging from 4ft to 20ft. in height. Enjoy an old fashion tractor drawn hayride. Snuggle up and take a horse drawn carriage ride through the village. Stop and let the children visit the petting zoo. Come inside and visit the holiday gift shops, create an ornament with Santa's elves. Eat at the Royal Garden Cafe, view a free holiday movie or for the adults sample wine from Summerside winery. Watch for everyone from Santa and Rudolph to the Grinch as they make their annual visit. There is no admission to drive through our Kingdom, but gratuities are accepted. We hope to see you! Thanksgiving through New Year's Eve.

Address: 3400 West Fern Mountain Road , Muskogee, Oklahoma
Ph: 918-687-3625 (Always call and confirm events)
Email: hillary@okcastle.com
Web: www.okcastle.com
Fee: Free

December

31 Johnny V's New Years Celebration - Johnny V's is Raising the Bar once more with a New Year's Celebration from 9:00pm to 2:00am. This event offers Live Jazz entertainment and free champagne at midnight. A special three course late Dinner menu will be offered but must be purchased in advance at Johnny V's or online. Join us for a night of classic indulgence as we bring in the New Year in ways one could only imagine, until now. Let's party like it's 1929!

Address: 325 N Main St , Muskogee, Oklahoma
Ph: 918-682-0900 (Always call and confirm events)
Email: johnnyvs@rocketmail.com
Web: www.okctickets.com
Fee: General admissin is free however a late dinner reservations must be purchased in advance on site or online.

30 Garden of Lights Festival - Visitors drive through this 120-acre park viewing trees, bushes and water areas decorated with more than one million colored lights and animated displays. Donations appreciated.

Open Daily: Thanksgiving through New Year's Eve.

Address: Honor Heights Park , Muskogee, Oklahoma
Ph: 918-684-6302 (Always call and confirm events)
Email: parkrec@ok.azalea.net
Web: www.muskogeeonline.org

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