This February, get ready for some edge-of-your-seat action as some of the best professional rodeo performers head to the Southeast Expo Center for the Big V Feeds PRCA Hi Lo Pro Rodeo. Presented by Sam Wampler’s Freedom Ford, this two-day event will draw hundreds of contestants and is sure to be an exciting show for the whole family. Stick around after the show on Saturday for a dance. Visit www.mcalester.org/prcarodeo for additional information.
Visitors to the State Fiddlers Winter Festival will enjoy live music performed by professional fiddle players along with daily and evening dances. Formerly known as the Western Hills Fiddlers Festival, some of Oklahoma’s best fiddle players will be on-hand at this annual event. Come for a weekend filled with fiddling, dancing and musical workshops. Jam sessions will be held throughout the event in the hotel lobby. Come and celebrate American folk music, bluegrass and Western swing and stick around for all that Sequoyah State Park has to offer. For more information, call 918-772-2545.
The Battle of Round Mountain Re-enactment recreates a winter encampment of the Civil War era. This event takes place over three days, with living history soldiers setting up opposing camps on Friday. Vendors in period dress will also be present to set up tents and sell their wares. The battle itself begins Saturday afternoon, as visitors are invited to witness as Confederate and Union soldiers slowly advance towards each other on the field of battle. View the soldiers as they prepare to fire cannons, and watch the battle as smoke from guns and cannons fills the air. History is brought to life at the Battle of Round Mountain. In addition, this re-enactment event showcases a Civil War era ball on Saturday at 7pm. Costumed attendees will swirl around the dance floor as traditional fiddle music is performed on stage. On Sunday, a period church service will be held at 10am. For information, call 405-714-8270.
Come to Grove in northeastern Oklahoma for the Midsouth Tackle & Hunting Show. This event will feature hundreds of vendors presenting the latest merchandise and technologies in outdoor sports with special hunting and fishing demonstrations by pro fishermen and hunters. This expo will also include a kids’ fishing pond, the Fetch-N-Fish dog show, bowfishing, archery and more. Call 918-520-3474 for more information.
Some of the finest vintage and antique dealers in the nation are headed to Tulsa Expo Square to present their wares at the Vintage Tulsa Show. More than 55,000 square feet of merchandise will be set up at this show to the delight of antique and vintage lovers. Browse row after row of unique goods in a climate-controlled space with concessions available. From antique furniture and collectibles to vintage clothing and linens, find it all at the Vintage Tulsa Show. Call 918-619-2875 for more information.
The Rogers County Spring Horse Show brings horse enthusiasts, riders and a wide variety of breeds to the Claremore Expo Center in Claremore. Come see the cowboys and cowgirls compete in several events like barrel racing and take in the pageantry for yourself during this two-day show that is fun for everyone. For more information, visit www.visitclaremore.org.
Watch as children and teens compete at the Stephens County Jr. Livestock Show. Held in the Stephens County Fair & Expo Center in Duncan, this agriculture event features animals raised in Oklahoma, from large cattle to spotted rabbits to pink pigs. Members also compete in floral design and farm projects, among other categories. Stick around to see who takes home blue ribbons, banners and the prized Stephens County Master Showman belt buckle. Call 580-255-0516 for more information.
Come on out every Wednesday at 9 a.m., where we will be selling calves, yearlings, bulls, pairs and cows. For additional information, visit www.solallc.com or call 580-436-5033.
The Oklahoma County Junior Spring Livestock Show in Jones gives show attendees the opportunity to see who’s got the best of the best animals. Whether it’s comparing commercial heifers, swines or sheep, there is something for everyone at the livestock show. All kids are welcome to enter the contests, so come along to cheer the junior livestock breeders on to victory. For more information, call 405-713-1125.