Aug 1, 2022
What are you
doing in August?
We are discussing some of the fun events happening throughout
Oklahoma during the month of August. If you want to find
something new to do this month, check out the show.
is hosting it's first
non-fiction festival in Oklahoma City. DocOKC offers multiple
awards categories, and is a designed to bring powerful
documentaries from all over the world to an audience that loves
the Modern Frontier and defines its own future. A young city
steeped in Native American and Western culture, openness, and an
enterprising nature, OKC embraces its roots and continues to pave
the way as a center of innovation and entrepreneurship.
Established in 1915, the Mountain View Free
is an annual community fair and one of the oldest
community fairs in the state. Highlights at the annual event will
include carnival rides, live entertainment, games, arts and crafts,
exhibits and hometown food stands.
The Town of Mountain
was born as a "tent city" in Washita County, and grew up
as a permanent community in Kiowa County. In 1897, the railroad
built a roundhouse here so the trains could turn around to return
to Chickasha. Standing on that site in 1898, railroad officials
suggested the name "Mountain View".
Oklahoma City's Horror
is a Horror themed, family-friendly event! The show
consists of celebrity guests, the BEST vendors in the region,
cosplay, Q&A's panels, cosplay contests, Scaryokie, and many
more spooky events.
Witness seasoned craftsmen transform wood, ceramics and other
materials into works of art at the annual Woodcarving
& Folk Arts Festival
in Broken Arrow. For over 30 years,
this event has celebrated the art of folk crafts and traditional
carving practices, featuring woodcarvers, woodturners, woodworkers,
wood burners, scroll sawyers and more.
full of hometown charm and suburban amenities. Visitors enjoy
challenging golf courses and pampering day spas as well as unique
shopping, interesting attractions and family-friendly festivals and
city in Creek County located in Oklahoma's Green Country.
Bristow began in 1898, when the St. Louis–San Francisco Railway
built a track between Sapulpa and Oklahoma City. The town was named
for US Senator, Joseph L. Bristow and is now located on historic
Savor four days of hilarity when the Blue Whale Comedy
takes over the Tulsa Arts District. Held at several
different venues, this district-wide festival brings together some
of the sharpest minds from all spectrums of underground comedy,
including stand-up, improv, film, podcasting and music.
is a city on
the Arkansas River. It’s known for its art deco architecture,
mostly in the central Deco District. Landmarks like the Philcade
and Philtower buildings reflect a 20th-century construction boom
fueled by the prosperous local oil industry.
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