Dancing or drama? Boating or baseball? Choose your passion or indulge in a variety of activities this week.
The Mustangs host Inola in district baseball playoffs starting at 4:30 this afternoon (Thursday, April 25).
Friday’s choices include a post-apocalyptic play performed by drama students or country music at Cowboy Country Fellowship.
Saturday is even busier.
To see fast feet, watch out for Tristan Owens. Oologah will host 16 schools for the regional track meet.
Laughter is the only way to survive at the Rough It golf tournament amidst the trees and campsites at Hawthorn Bluff. The Boy Scouts will host that challenge.
Enjoy the On-the-Water Boat Show from 10 a.m. to 5 p.m. on Saturday and Sunday at Redbud Marina. Activities include seminars, demos, inflatables and even free hot dogs.
Those who would rather saddle up than sail away can join the Play Day at Mustang Round Up Club Arena.
Watch out for dancing, dunking and DJs at the Spring Fling beginning at 5 p.m. Saturday in downtown Oologah. The Oologah Parents and Teachers will flash back to the 50s and 60s in the retro street fair.
If that’s not enough, head a few miles down the road to Claremore for Cowboy Traders Days on Saturday and Sunday at the Will Rogers Memorial and JM Davis Gun Museum.
Enjoy a fascinating remembrance of Clem McSpadden in a new biography. Donna McSpadden will sign copies of the book on Saturday morning at the Memorial.
The Green Country Ranch Rodeo is Friday and Saturday night at the Claremore Expo Center.
Play ball. Play Day. Play in the sun. Or attend a play. It’s your choice.