The Claremore Chamber is hosting the State of Education Luncheon on Wednesday, April 10, at 11:30a. The luncheon will be held at Northeast Tech - Claremore (1901 N. Highway 88). Guest speakers will be Bryan Frazier, Superintendent of Claremore Public Schools; Fred Probis, Northeast Tech Superintendent; and Dr. Larry Rice, Rogers State University President. Tickets are available now! Corporate tables of 8 are $250. Individual tickets are $20 for Chamber members, and $30 for non-members. Please RSVP by calling 918-341-2818 or email jeni@claremore.org by April 3.  
Here it is boys and girls. The biggest event in Tulsa! Bigger than the Tulsa Run, Bigger than any Bedlam watch party. This is Texas vs. Missouri vs. Tennessee vs. Wisconsin vs. Illinois and more! We are working to have 3 games for each team, with a single elimination playoff. More logistics coming shortly, just save the date! 2 Fields 90 yards by 60 yards, with goals and posts, to help with scoring. We'll have Irish Music, reels, jigs, and all during the tournament, as well as have a featured Irish Rock band following the tournament. Location: The Hunt Club For more information visit: Tulsa Gaelic Athletic Club on Facebook.  Bronze Level Sponsors: The Tulsa Voice, Ultimo Cigars, Pure Digital Print, Arthur Turf Management, Okie Bee Farms, Arnie’s Bar, M&M Lumber Silver Level Sponsors: Linam Up Grill, Tulsa American Shaman, Prairie Wolf Spirits, Spastic Cow Food Trailer LLC, Pearl Brewery Tours, Legacy Insurance...
Time for spring and the Claremore Home & Garden Show! It’s been a long winter and everyone is eager to start those home projects, get the garden ready, and enjoy an evening on the patio surrounded by beautiful spring plants and flowers. Well, that means it is the perfect time for the Claremore Home & Garden Show, coming April 5-7 at the Claremore Expo Center. No problem if it is raining outside; the exhibitors are all indoors and will display products and services for all your spring and summer projects. Exhibitors can be found in the Expo Hall and the Indoor Arena, both connected so you don’t have to go outside if you don’t want to. “This is a great way to connect with the right vendors for all your home improvement projects,” said Tanya Andrews, chair of the Home & Garden Committee. “Patrons can visit with talented artisans, craftsman and...
Tickets are now available for the Junior Ocieleta Moonlight Masquerade! The ladies of Junior Ocieleta Club of Claremore are once again planning their Moonlight Masquerade. This will be the third year for the fun charity event that benefits several Rogers County non-profits. Claremore's Front Porch Bakery sill be catering an incredible menu of heavy hors' d'oeuvres. There will also be cash bar for anyone wishing to partake. For entertainment, DJ Connection will keep the dance floor hopping. Attendees are encouraged to dress in cocktail to formal attire and festive masks and come ready to dance the night away. "We are excited to support one of Claremore's great small businesses as our new vendor for food this year," said Event Chair Samantha Wilson. "We know they will have an amazing spread to present to our guests." In addition to the food, drinks, and dancing, Moonlight Masquerade will play host to a silent auction and...
It’s that windy month of March again (aren’t they all windy in Oklahoma?)! This month we’ll showcase two books about wind from the Early Reader section of the Will Rogers Library. The Poodle Who Barked At The Wind, by Charlotte Zolotow is a cute story about a family with a little black poodle who seems to bark at everything! Busy with the family each day, the dog barks each time the phone rings, each time the doorbell rings and each time the postman arrives to the consternation of the father. One day, the mother, little boy and little girl leave the house and the father is left with the poodle all day. To his surprise he finds out why the little dog has been barking so much! This is a sweet story to read with a child who has a barky dog - or who wants one! This book...
Agustin “Gus” Ramirez was recently awarded the first Mendy Stone Mentor Award from Rogers County Volunteers for Youth. The award was presented at the 6th annual “Chair-ity” Auction. This year’s event and sponsorships brought in nearly $20,000 for the PAL Mentoring Program of Volunteers for Youth. According to the award presenter, Mendy Stone, Ramirez is the type of volunteer that any agency would pray for and even the “Chair-ity” Auction fundraiser was his idea. “Gus is a young at heart, active retiree that has cheerfully participated in every facet of our agency. While serving on our board he provided inspiration and motivation to fellow board members and never missed an opportunity to encourage me and our staff. He attended board training opportunities even when travel and overnight stays were necessary,” said Stone. Ramirez has mentored many young men since joining the organization in 2009 and most of the time it’s been with...
The City of Claremore has scheduled Permit-Free Garage Sale Weekend for April 25-28. Here's what you need to know:  A garage sale permit is not required and Utilities Department does not provide signs during this period. Number of signs allowed: 3 signs allowed to advertise per garage sale with 1 located on the site of the garage sale and 2 off-site signs allowed in City right-of-way but cannot block the view of traffic. Sign time limitation: Signs shall not be erected sooner than the day of the sale, and all signs must be removed at the close of the garage sale activities or are subject to a fine of up to $20. Prohibited signs: No signs may be posted on any public street signs or posts, traffic signs, utility poles, or street lights. Sales held during the permit-free weekend do not count against the total garage sale licenses granted for...
Get ready, mountain bike racers! The Shoreline Shred of the Tour de Dirt series will be held at the Claremore Mountain Bike Trail on Sunday, March 24. Primitive camping will be available. There will be music Saturday evening and bike events/games during the day. Sunday will be the race on a new course that will challenge your skills while putting a grin on your face. All participants will receive Billy Sims BBQ. Get the scoop HERE! 
Claremore Collective is changing things up! The Monthly Mixers will now be held on the third Tuesday of the month, which means March 19 is mixer day! This networking happy hour is a fun, no-pressure way to get a foot in the door with Claremore's movers and shakers. It's a great opportunity to figure out what's going on in town. The mixer will be held from 5 - 7p at North Block Common in downtown Claremore (115 N. Missouri Ave.).
Wrestling for a Cause is having another fun event in Claremore! You're invited to Hometown Heroes 6: The Fight for Connor! Get tickets HERE!  Connor is a 12-year-old at Will Rogers Junior High. He is in Boy Scouts and band, and plays football. This past October, he was diagnosed with Acute Lymphoblastic Leukemia. He is on a three-year treatment plan at The Children's Hospital at St. Francis. The Fight for Connor will be held at Mobra Fieldhouse at Claremore High School (201 E. Stuart Roosa) on Saturday, April 20. VIP tickets are $20, general admission tickets are $10, and kids under 12 are $5. VIP entrance is at 3:30p, GA at 4:30, and bell time is 5p.