Rhapsody Boutique Salon & Spa in downtown Claremore will be offering FREE back to school haircuts on Thursday, August 8th, from 5-7p. Cuts will be available for ages PreK(4) to 12th grade. Walk-ins only.  Rhapsody is located at 318 W. Will Rogers Bvd.
The Robson PAC is pleased to announce a very special show for ONE WEEKEND ONLY! Peter and the Starcatcher: The Neverland You Never Knew will be presented by the Imagine ACTion Teen Theatre August 2 - 4. Showtimes are 7p on Friday and Saturday, and 2p on Sunday.Tickets are $8 for adults and $5 for children, available at the door.
Photo by Todd Brewer Submitted by The Short Round MagazineCongrats to Matt (Bubba) Palmer who is one happy bull rider. The Claremore, Oklahoma resident is competing on his permit and on Sunday won more than enough money to attain full-fledged PRCA membership. He was the lone rider to last eight seconds, earning the entire $7078 purse on an 81.5-point ride aboard Diamond Willow (Dakota Rodeo). He will get a second opportunity to ride in Frontier Park and a shot at the championship.Competition resumes on Monday at the Daddy of Em All.PRCA - Results: Bull Riding: (one ride) 1, Matt Palmer, Claremore, Okla., 81.5 points on Dakota Rodeo’s Diamond Willow, $7,078. *Palmer is a Tuff Hedeman Bull Riding Champion.
The Rogers County Farmers Market returns Saturday, July 27, to Lynn Riggs Park. Hours are 8a - 1p, but we recommend going early for the best options...plus it won't be a zillion degrees.Start your morning off right with a free HIIT class in the gazebo, taught by instructors at Fitness Time for Ladies. Class will be from 8a - 9a. Bring water!After HIIT class, stroll around and see what the vendors have to offer. They'll have honey, wine, meat, produce, soaps, herbs, and more!Travis Peck will take the gazebo (stage) with live music, including some originals that you won't want to miss! He will play from 10a - 12p.Additionally, the Claremore MOH will be open, so pop inside to soak up some cool air and learn about Claremore!For more information about these events, click here to visit the Rogers County Farmers Market on Facebook. 
The Stonebrook Project is a 501c3 that provides oncology massage therapy, reflexology and detox services for men and women currently in treatment for cancer. It's an amazing organization and now it's time to help them raise some money to continue the services.They will be having a chili cook-off on Saturday, September 21, at the Claremore Expo Center from 11a - 3p.Chili cooks, bring your best chili! Beans, no beans, hot, mild and even spicy. Open to professionals, amateurs, fire fighters, police departments, businesses, churches and organizations. There will be awards presented for 1st, 2nd, and 3rd places, as well as People's Choice. Wrangle up your best recipe and register today! Cost is $25 per team.If you're more of a chili eater than cook, tasting kits are just $8 in advance or $10 at the door.Vendor space is also available for arts, crafts, antiques, jams and jellies, businesses, etc. Register...
The Claremore Industrial and Economic Development Authority Board of Trustees recently elected Ryan Neely as the organization’s new chairman. As board chair, Neely will lead CIEDA as it facilitates the recruitment and retention of primary industry jobs, the expansion of the sales tax base and the development of the next generation of workforce in Rogers County. Neely, a third-generation Rogers County resident, follows his grandfather as a member of the CIEDA Board. Neely joined the organization in 2014 and previously served as CIEDA vice-chairman. While his days are kept busy operating his family business, Neely Insurance & Financial Services, he remains actively engaged in the local community. In addition to his service with CIEDA, Neely has served as the past president for both the Claremore Rotary Club and the Claremore United Way, former board member of the Claremore Public Schools Foundation, past member of the Oklahoma State University Alumni Association,...
Quick #FoodTip !Do some meal prep while you are already cooking. 👌🏼If you are already in the kitchen preparing a meal, such as dinner, it takes no time at all to prepare your lunch for the next day at the same time. You can even prepare a larger dinner to make a few extra servings, which you can enjoy for lunch the following couple of days. Always think of "doubling up" anytime you are preparing a main meal as you can either freeze your extra serving or simply pop it in the fridge for the next day! Two birds, one stone!-by Fitness with Carrie
Learn how to Navajo Weave in one weekend at Shepherd's Cross in Claremore. This is a basic weaving class. Class also includes fiber arts history and practical technology. Each participant will take home a finished Navajo Woven project. The retreat fee is $299.00 and is all inclusive. All materials are provided, as well as instructions for building your own loom (ahead of time), or you can use one of their Navajo looms.This retreat is limited to 8 participants (minimum of 2) so register early! Class time is augmented by hands-on learning tools available in the Educational Farm Museum. The Museum also hosts a collection of fiber arts from around the world. Advanced Classes are available upon request.So if you need a new hobby, a weekend getaway, or just a respite from the challenges of life, come on down to the farm. Feel free to bring family or friends with...
Leading New York City newspapers heralded Will Rogers in Handy Andy as dominating the scenes. One wrote you could see his hand in writing many of the lines.We have an opportunity to make up our own minds about Will’s reactions to his wife’s wrangling until he eventually takes up golf, when this movie shows Friday, July 26, at Will Rogers Memorial Museum Movie Night.Doors open at 6:30 p.m., the movie begins at 7. Admission is free with free popcorn and drinks, compliments of Bank of Commerce.Will is pharmacy owner Andrew Yates, devoted to his business, no other interests. On the other hand, his wife is more of a socialite. He sort of goes along to get along, even agreeing to sell his beloved business to the large Norcross chain.He draws the line when his wife promotes their daughter marrying the Norcross fortune heir.With time on his hands, he tries...
We've had an honest citizen come forward with a pair of Ray-Bans that were found in downtown Claremore on Thursday, July 18. If you are the rightful owner, please inbox us a facebook message with a description of the glasses and in which stores you may have left them.Let's get these shades back to the rightful owner!NOTE: These are NOT the glasses. This is a random internet photo, so don't try to be sneaky. 
Northeast Tech is celebrating TEN YEARS in Claremore! Hard to believe, but we're pretty sure it's true.You're invited to visit the campus on Thursday, August 8, from 5:30p to 6:30p. Why, you ask? Well, if you're a parent or a high school student, it's an opportunity to get a behind-the-scenes look at the classrooms and see the programs that are offered. Hint: there are a lot and you probably can't name half of them, so come see!Everyone is invited to enjoy the guest speakers, as well as swag and refreshments. We are blessed to have a gem like Northeast Tech in our town, so come take a look! Northeast Tech is located on Highway 88, just north of First United Methodist Church. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=yfHwU4AvqAY
The August calendar may not include a national holiday, but the summer-season finale still gives you plenty of reasons to head out to Claremore. You won't be the only one planning a last getaway before school starts, so expect crowds in seashore and mountain towns. In general, cities feel less crowded in August because residents go on vacation, too. Look for many free activities, from concerts to museum days to outdoor movie screenings. Below are some of the highlights; be sure to visit our website or Facebook for more details.  National Night Out is on Tuesday, August 6th from 6pm to 8:30pm this year. National Night Out is a national community-building campaign that promotes police-community partnerships. So, head on out to the Claremore Lake Park Splash Pad and don’t forget your lawn chairs! There will be FREE food, soft drinks, water and sno cones. Listen to Travis Kidd while the...