If you're on the hunt for your dream home, hit up one of these open houses this weekend in Claremore, hosted by Coldwell Banker Select. Sunday 2p-4p 14930 E 97th Street Sunday 2p-4p 914 W F. Street Sunday 2p-4p 18905 E 480 Road Saturday and Sunday 2p-4p 8319 N 149th East Avenue Sunday 2p-4p 21800 S 4190 RoadSunday 2-4 26712 Duck Pond Drive
The Will Rogers Library is now letting patrons check out items like novelty baking pans, themed cookie cutters, and more! “Many libraries across the country have started adding what is called a ‘Library of Things’, different objects people might want to use for a single use, or try out to see if they want to purchase,” said Library Director Sherry Beach. “We’ve been watching this trend for a while, and wondering if we should give it a try. When various foodie websites and magazines such as Town and Country began publishing articles on how many libraries were checking out novelty cake pans, we knew that based on the popularity of our cookbooks – especially the baking books – this would be a good fit for us!” said Beach. “A Library of Things lets library customers check out quality items they may not be able to, or simply don’t want to, spend...
Carol's Place Hair & Nail Salon has an opening for a stylist. They are searching for an energetic person who is a team player with a desire to build their clientele! Perks: -Backbar provided - shampoo/conditioner -Backbar provided - styling products -Towels provided -Owner offers many advertising opportunities -Booth rent -Commission available -Commission paid on retail sales -One week free booth rent after one year -Aflac insurance available -In salon continuing education opportunities -Very clean salon If that person is you, please call Carol at 918-230-9957 or 918-923-7153. Carol's Place is located at 2102 S Hwy 66 in Claremore.  
Home of Hope is hosting a hiring event on Wednesday, October 23, from 9a - 2p. They are currently hiring for residential staff and job coaches. The event will be held at Centsible Spending at 402 W. Will Rogers. Visit HomeofHope.com for job descriptions and to apply online. If attending the hiring event, please bring a resume and photo ID.
  It’s the night before Christmas and Santa’s at his desk working in anticipation of his trip that night to bring toys to all the good girls and boys, when there is a knock at the door that will change everything! This is the setting for “CASE 12-24:  The Cedar Tree Caper”, a Christmas-themed mystery play written by local playwright Mark Ogle. Ogle’s work has received international attention. The Rogers County Historical Society will be presenting productions of “CASE 12-24:  The Cedar Tree Caper” on Friday, November 8th, and Saturday, November 9th, at the historic Belvidere Mansion in Claremore, as their Fall Mystery Dinner fundraiser. Special guest entertainment will be the comedy magic of Roger Cornelison, magician extraordinaire. His floating table illusion is not to be missed.  Dinner (provided by The Pink House, an area favorite and house restaurant at the Belvidere Mansion) begins at 6:00 pm, with music, magic and the play following....
Rotary Club of Claremore is preparing for the 32nd Annual Rotary Chili Supper on Friday, November 1, from 5:00 - 7:00 p.m. at the Claremore High School cafeteria. Tickets are $5.00 and include chili, dessert, and drink. With the purchase of a ticket, you will be entered into a drawing for the pictured Zebra quilt (need not be present to win).  All proceeds benefit the Claremore Public Schools Foundation. Tickets are available from any Rotary Club member, at the door, or at the Claremore Public Schools Foundation office.  
Rogers State University is now offering a completely online MBA program. It can be completed in just 18 months, and the tuition/fees are $10,880. These rates are nationwide, not just in Oklahoma! A bachelor's degree is required, but but it does not have to be in business. Persons with a bachelor's degree not in business can take a single 8-week online leveling course. No GMAT is required. More information is available at www.rsu.ed/MBA and on their facebook page https://www.facebook.com/MBAatRSU/. 
Fall is in full swing and here in Claremore, that means celebrating Oklahoma’s favorite son, Will Rogers. This year would have marked his 140th birthday. The inaugural Will Rogers Motion Picture Festival is an ideal way to celebrate the film star. The Will Rogers Memorial Museum will host the Will Rogers Motion Picture Festival from October 30th to November 2nd.   The festival will offer movies, lectures, workshops, food and fun for film buffs and fans alike. They will be honoring today's movie makers during the Festival with contest submissions from around the world and celebrating the amazing movie career of Will Rogers. This is a ticketed event and admission fees will vary by event. Join us for this family-friendly event. For more information, visit dogirons.com. Get ready for some heart-pounding excitement with the Will Rogers Days Xtreme Bulls at Claremore Expo Center on November 1st and 2nd. Come on out...
 The “Nanyehi” short film is being showcased at the Will Rogers Memorial Museum on Nov. 2. The screening is offered as part of the annual tribute to Will Rogers, hosted by the Indian Women’s Pocahontas Club. The free, family-friendly event is open to the public and begins at 10 a.m. with a wreath-laying ceremony in front of the Will Rogers statue. There will also be live musical performances from Becky Hobbs and Jana Jae at 11:30 a.m., followed by a screening of the “Nanyehi” short film at 12:30 p.m. “This is a great opportunity for the public to not only learn more about Will Rogers, but to also celebrate his achievements and his Cherokee heritage,” said Debra West, former president of the Indian Women’s Pocahontas Club. “We’re excited to add the film screening to this year’s event, as it, too, is a celebration of Cherokee culture and promotes the creative work...
Rogers County Adult Day Center is having an all-you-can-eat pancake breakfast on Saturday, October 19, at the Claremore Elks Lodge. Breakfast will be served from 7a - 10a. It's a steal of a deal for just six bucks! The Elks Lodge is located at 1820 Summit Dr.
The Power of Three Cancer Support Group is here! The purpose is to help people both spiritually and emotionally that are dealing with cancer themselves, a family member dealing with cancer, a caregiver or even a friend. They meet the second and fourth Thursday of each month at 6:00 at Vessel Church, 1301 West Country Club Road, Claremore, right by the movie theater. For more information, contact Randy Weierbach at 918-639-0402.
Swan Bros. Dairy is hosting a cute Halloween event like no udder! You're invited to meet new calf Marigold and have your photo taken with her. Costumes are welcome, because there's even a costume contest (details to come)! Stop by the dairy on Saturday, October 26, from 10a - 2p. There will be a professional photographer with a fall, dairy-themed backdrop. Price: $8/person (photos, free pumpkin, entry into the costume contest, and cheese tasting) Or $30/group (4 or more) (photos, 4 free pumpkin, entry into the costume contest, and cheese tasting) Swan's is located at 938 E. 5th St. in Claremore.