Duncan’s annual Automotive Swap Meet, held at the Stephens County Fairgrounds, is an indoor and outdoor swap meet for avid muscle car and antique car enthusiasts. Located in the heart of southwest Oklahoma, the Automotive Swap Meet includes auto-related vendors, and on-site camping facilities and concessions are available. Spend the day browsing through everything from boats and motorcycles to trucks and tractors, as well as auto-related memorabilia. For more information, call 580-255-3231.
Don’t miss the largest ranching event of the year—Cattle Raisers Convention. Save by registering for the convention before March 12 at www.cattleraisersconvention.com.
Make your way to Gainesville, Texas for the North Central Texas College Bull Development & Test Center Bull Sale. We will be offering 30 to 40 bulls on March 23 at 10 a.m. Call 940-668-4217 for more information.
Join the Southwest Oklahoma Home Builders Association’s annual Home & Garden Show in Lawton. An array of home and garden products will be on display. Over 120 exhibitors and organizations will showcase creative ideas and resources, as well as the latest in kitchen, bedding and landscaping concepts. Visitors to the Home & Garden Show can expect to see beautiful landscaped displays, practical home improvement ideas and a taste of the many professional home and garden services there is to offer. For information, call 580-355-2490.
Come on out to the Oklahoma Brangus Association sale starting at noon on March 24. We will be selling 50 Ultrablack and Brangus bulls plus 35 registered Brangus and Ultrablack females. For more information, email email@example.com.
Come to the Premier Pinto Classic at Tulsa Expo Square to witness riders compete with their horses, ponies and miniatures. Exhibitors will compete in a wide range of disciplines including Western, English, driving, snaffle bit, halter, roping, speed events and trial. There is no charge to watch the show, so head to the Premier Pinto Classic to see these beautiful Tobiano and Overo equines in action. Call 918-344-3002 for more information.
Experience a living classroom of Cherokee history and culture from the 1880s at the Cherokee Heritage Center’s annual Indian Territory Days. Created for K-12 students, Indian Territory Days will focus on the late 1800s prior to Oklahoma statehood. Come to Indian Territory Days in Tahlequah for educational and entertaining demonstrations and activities people of all ages will enjoy. For additional information, call 918-456-6007.
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.
Make your way to the Expo Square at the Tulsa State Fairgrounds for the Green Country Arabian Spring Fling. This show, recognized by the U.S. Equestrian Federation and the Arabian Horse Association, will put on display the most beautiful and skilled Arabian horses in the region. Admire well-groomed horses as they showcase their skills in a number of activities during this three-day event. Classes in the Green Country Arabian Classic include reined cowhorse, working cowhorse, Arabian sport horse in hand, Arabian hunter hack and Arabian Western pleasure among many others. An on-site concession will be available, and horse-related vendors will be on hand. Call 918-625-6718 for additional information.
Muskogee’s Honor Heights Park boasts 40 acres of manicured gardens with over 30,000 azaleas in 625 varieties. Visit this stunning park throughout the month of April for one of the top events in the South. The annual Azalea Festival celebrates the blooming of azaleas, tulips, dogwoods and wisteria as these buds begin to unfurl during the warmer temperatures of spring to the delight of visitors. Call 918-682-2401 for additional information.