Weekly Events Calendar February 15-21, 2021

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Each week, Oklahoma Today staffers comb through their calendars to find a handful of great events happening across the state. Get out! See Oklahoma! And be sure to let us know what you find, either here or on Facebook, Twitter, and Instagram at @oklahomatoday.

Learn to use a lathe and other tools in the Beginning Woodturning class at Broken Bow High School. Photo by Rudy and Peter Skitterians

Learn to use a lathe and other tools in the Beginning Woodturning class at Broken Bow High School. Photo by Rudy and Peter Skitterians

Knock on Wood

Broken Bow High School carpentry shop is offering six free courses for all who wish to learn woodturning. Each class will be taught by a master woodturner and it is meant for all ages. Beginning Woodturning: A Foundational Course will be an event any crafty person would not want to miss. It doesn’t matter if you have never tried or if you are considered advanced, this course will get you on your way to becoming a master woodturner yourself. February 16, 18, 23, & 25 and March 2 & 4. Admission, Free. (580) 494-6497 or forestry.ok.gov

Hunters' Bargain

Head to Grove for any hunting, fishing, or boating needs. The Midsouth Tackle Hunting & Boat Show will have all of the supplies an outdoors enthusiast could possibly need. There will be vehicles such as RVs and ATVs present along with multiple types of boats. Get the right apparel for your hunting or fishing trip at the show, or maybe come for the festivities including archery and bowfishing. Anyone looking for anything outdoor related should check out this show. February 18-21. Admission, $4-$9. (918) 520-3474 or montgomeryproductions.com

However you flip that coin, you'll want to take it to Duncan's annual Stephens County Coin Show to buy some spectacularly rare currency. Photo by Analogicus

However you flip that coin, you'll want to take it to Duncan's annual Stephens County Coin Show to buy some spectacularly rare currency. Photo by Analogicus

Old Money

Whether you’re looking to sell, buy, or trade coins you can do it all in one place this weekend. Duncan's annual Stephens County Coin Show is going to have near limitless varieties of coins once again. Get to see some of the most impressive collections in the state or maybe add to your own collection. There is no shame in just coming to look, and you just might find yourself wanting to start gathering your own pile of coins. February 19-20. Admission, Free. (580) 475-4570 or coinzip.com/Stephens-County-Coin-Show

Hearts and Crafts

Taking place over three days, An Affair of the Heart will bring collectors, crafters, and decorators together in one place. Filled to the brim with antiques and rare items, this one of a kind affair will leave you wishing you had more to spend. The event is known as one of the largest arts and crafts shows in America, and if you are looking for that last piece to bring together your home this could be the place to find it. February 19-21. Tickets, $10. (405) 632-2652 or aaoth.com

The Tulsa Caffeine Crawl will pump attendees full of energy and information. Photo by Elias Shariff Falla Mardini

The Tulsa Caffeine Crawl will pump attendees full of energy and information. Photo by Elias Shariff Falla Mardini

Hyper Activity

A brisk walk in the morning and coffee is the perfect duo, and all caffeine addicts will get their chance to shine this Saturday. The Tulsa metro area has several great coffee shops to visit, and the annual Caffeine Crawl will stop by some of the best. There are four different routes to choose from, and they all have unique attributes. Get out promote local coffee this weekend, you will need to get that caffeine somehow. February 20. Tickets, $30-$35. (816) 679-2474 or caffeinecrawl.com

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Erik Charlson

Erik Charlson
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