Weekly Events Calendar September 7-13. 2020

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Events are subject to change or cancellation. Please call or contact the event organizers before going.

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 loom with Shepherd's Cross Farm's seasonal fiber classes. Photo by Nowaja/Pixabay

Learn to loom with Shepherd's Cross Farm's seasonal fiber classes. Photo by Nowaja/Pixabay

Fiber Optics

For creatives looking to dabble in fiber arts, Claremore’s Shepherd’s Cross farm offers seasonal fiber classes and retreats, which include spinning, weaving, knitting and more. From September 10-12, the farm is offering its table and floor loom classes. Participants will learn to weave with a harnessed table or floor loom, and take home a scarf, shawl or table runner. Fiber is included in admission. September 9-12. Admission, $133-$233. (918) 342-5911 or shepherdscross.com.

Happy Trails

For fun, food, and wine, look no further than Duncan’s Wine’n on the Chisholm Trail Festival. The two-day festival features Oklahoma wineries, live music, dinner by candlelight, prizes, games, and more. The event will observe social distancing with physical markers and all wineries will provide hand sanitizer for the safety of festival goers, volunteers and staff. Admission includes a disposable wine cup, with wine by the glass bottle or case available for purchase. All sample cups will be disposable. September 11-12. Admission, $10. (580) 252-2896 or mainstreetduncan.net.

Haul in some big bass at Mid-Con's Eufala Lake bass tournament. Photo by Toshiei Uchiyama/Pixabay

Haul in some big bass at Mid-Con's Eufala Lake bass tournament. Photo by Toshiei Uchiyama/Pixabay

Bass Players

Those looking for a weekend fishing trip should head over to Eufaula’s Mid-Con Oilman’s Bass Tournament. Contestant teams will fish on Eufaula Lake in search of the largest five bass. Admission is $350 per two-person boat and includes a reel and hat. Cabin and RV spots are available and there will be an event cookout at 5:30 p.m. Friday. **September 11-12. Admission, $350. (405) 245-0995 or facebook.

Run For Your Life

Spooky season is here a little early with Muskogee’s Castle Zombie Run, where participants will race against each other as they run across the Castle of Muskogee’s sixty acres, dodging zombies and other obstacles. Each runner will be given “life flags” that other runners or zombies can steal. Participants who make it to the end with one life flag left will receive a survivor’s medal. All runners receive a commemorative race t-shirt and completion medal and ticket for the opening weekend of The Castle Halloween Festival in October. September 12. Admission, $40-$50. (918) 687-3625 or okcastle.com.

Look no further for classic Mercury Cougars than Classics at the Drive-in in Tulsa. Photo by Pictavio/Pixabay

Look no further for classic Mercury Cougars than Classics at the Drive-in in Tulsa. Photo by Pictavio/Pixabay

Driven to Win

MidAmerica Classic Cougars returns with its third annual Classics at the Drive-in, a classic Cougars car show held at Tulsa’s Twin Admiral Drive-in. Mercury Cougar fans will bring their classic cars for all to admire, and some may even win a raffle prize. Participants will receive a MACC poster and registered vehicles—car, bike or truck—will be entered into multiple chances to win the fifty-fifty raffle. The event will donate fifty percent of its raffle prize to Neighbors in Need, with the other half going to an event winner. The MACC Board of Directors will also select a vehicle for Best of Show. September 12. Admission, $25. midamericacougars@gmail.com or midamericaclassiccougars.com.

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Abigail Hall

Abigail Hall is Oklahoma Today's fall editorial intern.

Abigail Hall
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