There are outdoor events, music events, art, butterflies, food, and even a little education. There are events happening around our area and even some that allow you to stay home. Respect social distancing and the rules and wear a mask. Stay safe so we can all stay well.

We have to give a coupla shout-outs to some events we think are worthy of a second blink too:

Harvestfest: Happening at Copperhead Run (or Camp Copperhead) Sept. 11-13, this is one premiere cannabis event for everything weedy, arty, foodie, herby and happy. Go for an afternoon, a day or the whole weekend, but we’ll recommend that if you have a tent, the weekend option is worth the $40. If you have sculpture skills, submit your stuff and see what shakes loose because they want to see what Okies artists have to show us all. Just make sure you start with a canna container as your base. It’s brilliant really. Don’t have a tent? Homma Tent Co. will be there to supply you with a new temporary housing unit, but that’s only the start to a weekend to remember. Harvestfest is building community with campsites, so grab 10 of your besties and make a neighborhood, decorate your digs and you could win prizes just for roughing it. The biggest deal, of course are the buds, not just the ones you bring along, but ones of the flowering variety. It is harvest time after all, and the festies will be celebrating the love of medicating your ailments. Growers, processors, bakers and dispensaries will be attending from all over our great state to share their knowledge of the green stuff, so grab your card, your friends, some goodies for snack time and then check in at for all you need to know for a fab weekend away from this crazy reality. They have cabins, RV hook-ups and other ways to stay – you’re covered.

Patchwork Pup’s Annual Car, Truck & Bike Show is happening Sept 19 in Claremore right at Patchwork Pup (19855 E. Brookview Dr), and before you start in on us about how that isn’t really ‘Cannabis’, we all need a break from the everyday and there ain’t NUTHIN better than the smell of leather in September. It’s outdoors, you get to eat good food, there’s fun for the kiddos and it’s a break from the everyday. Register your old red truck for no other reason than they have a category for that. See more and register at

Real Heroes 10th Annual Cancer Benefit and Poker Run 2020 goin’ on Sept 12, does not require you to own a “motorsickle”, or even anything made of leather. It DOES require that you have some compassion for kids right here in Oklahoma who get hit by this disease at a higher rate than in other parts of the country. Poker Run starts and ends at Cimarron Bar with live music starting at 3 p.m. We bet they got food that’d make you cry because it tastes so good, but they could serve us shoe leather on a stale Tostito if they are helping kids fight cancer. Poker run, good food, great music and a good time while you help kids fight that demon cancer. Huzzah!


Butterfly House at the Papilion, Until Sep 30

Honor Heights Park (1513 N. 48th St.), Muskogee

(918) 684-6302

Blues Ball

Sep 4-6

Town Center, Medicine Park

Dusk ‘til Dawn Blues Festival

Sep 4-6

OK Blues Hall of Fame, Rentiesville

(918) 855-0978

OKM Music Festival

Sep 4-10

415 S. Dewey Ave, Bartlesville

(918) 336-9900

Harvest Fest 2020

Sep. 11-13

Camp Copperhead Grounds, Spavinaw

Patchwork Pup Car, Bike and Truck Show

Sep. 19

Patchwork Pup, Claremore

Real Heroes Poker Run

Sep. 12

Cimarron Bar, Tulsa

Connie Wallace 918-688-4995


Sep 28-29

Cox Convention Center, OK


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