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Jul 02, 2024 | dusk | Vinita, OK
Jul 03, 2024 | 6:00 p.m. | Wolf Creek Park, Grove, OK

July 3rd City of Grove - City Hall and Grand River Dam Authority are sponsoring the Independence Day Celebration at Wolf Creek Park Grand Lake Grove OK! Enjoy this wonderful event by Land or by Grand! Party starts at 6:00pm, Fireworks at dusk.


Jul 04, 2024 | 10 am & 1 pm | Bernice Nature Center
We’re shaking up the Bernice Nature Center fun for the 4th of July as we take the fun outdoors and get messy while our wild hearts roam this land of the free and home of the brave!
Jul 04, 2024 | Fireworks at 9:00pm | Afton OK

Jul 05, 2024 | dark | Monkey Island, OK
Jul 06, 2024 | All Day | Jay, OK

Huckleberry Festival, Car Show, Parade & Run

Jul 12, 2024 | 5:00 p.m. | Downtown Grove
Jul 12, 2024 | Evening | Downtown Grove, OK

Enjoy Food Truck Friday during the Invasion of Drag Boats downtown Grove, OK!


Jul 18, 2024 | 7:00 p.m. - 8:00 p.m. | Bernice State Park brought to you by Grove Public Library

Jul 19, 2024 | 8:00 p.m. | Cherokee Casino Grove
Jul 19, 2024 | 8:00 p.m. | Grand Lake Casino
Jul 19, 2024 - Jul 20, 2024 | 6:00 p.m. - 9:00 p.m. | Shangri-La The Summit
Jul 19, 2024 | 7:00 p.m. | Shangri-La - Doc's Bar & Grill
Jul 20, 2024 | 8:00 p.m. | Cherokee Casino Grove
Jul 20, 2024 | 8:00 p.m. - 11:00 p.m. | Shangri-La - Eddie's Lakeside Bar
Jul 20, 2024 | 4:00 p.m. - 6:00 p.m. | Brush & Palette Art Gallery

Stop by to enjoy beautiful local art. Reception is open to the public, refreshments served.

Jul 21, 2024 | 2:00 pm | 121 W 3rd St, Grove Ok
“Glorious!”, A Glittering Comedy, Opens July 21 at Playmakers. The Playmakers of Grove OK will produce “Glorious!”, a comedy by Peter Quilter, July 21 through August 4, 2024. It is based on the life of Florence Foster Jenkins, the New York heiress and socialite who wanted to be a great operatic diva despite having one of the worst singing voices in history. It runs for eight performances, from July 21 through August 4, 2024, on Thursdays, Fridays & one Saturday evening (Aug 3rd) at 7:30 pm, and Sunday matinees at 2:00 pm. The play is not a musical. Rather it is a comedy with music and singing. It's about an extraordinary woman who had the guts to follow her dream, and managed to entertain a lot of people along the way (Cole Porter and other notaries among them). She found the real world 'over rated' and 'living on a cloud’ far more enjoyable. Anne Midgetter, a former music critic of the Washington Post, wrote this about Mrs. Jenkins: “She walks onstage, bejeweled and powdered and resplendent. She does not have to be beautiful; she is larger than life. In the few yards from the wings to center stage, she conveys her authority in her measured gait, her regal posture, her richly patterned gown, and becomes the repository of our hopes, our expectations, our projections. Then she opens her mouth. And—brays”. Nancy Flowers, a Playmakers’ actress in four productions and musical director for seventeen productions, takes the leading role. She is an excellent singer off stage working hard to sing badly onstage, all for the laughter it brings. Others in this ensemble cast are three newcomers: Justin Eskew in the role of the accompanist, Cosme McMoon. Dorothy, Florence’s ditsy friend is played by Terri David. And Concha Tripppensee, takes the role of Maria, the non-English speaking Spanish maid. The common law partner, St.Clair Byfield is played by veteran actor, Stan Starts. Sara Kaufman, actress in six Playmakers’ productions plus Readers’ Theatre shows, plays Mrs.. Verrinder-Gedge, who is not a fan of Florence’s singing. If you don’t know the history of Florence Foster Jenkins, just search the internet with her name. The Playmakers’ production is the very funny Broadway play, not the more dramatic movie version. Major credit cards are accepted for seating: $15 for adults and $8 for students, lower elementary through high school. This guide is based on the appropriateness for that age level and the capability of the student to understand the content of the production. This is a guideline only, not a rule. Young children, 5 years of age and under, are only admitted to special productions for them. There are no paper tickets. Just make reservations for seating by leaving a message at 918 786 8950, or by emailing: groveplaymakers@yahoo.com. Please include any necessary special seating and the names of people in your group who will be paying for their individual seats.
Jul 22, 2024 | 11:15 a.m. | Grove Public Library

Staying Active & Independent for Life - Class at Grove Public Library
Mondays through September 30th, 11:15am
1140 Neo Loop, Grove, OK ~ 918-786-2945


Jul 23, 2024 | 2:00 p.m. | Grove Public Library

Ages 12-16


Jul 23, 2024 | 7:00 p.m. | Live Bliss Yoga Studio, 414 East 3rd Street

The current book of discussion "Hardwired for Happiness". This club meets each Tuesday evening at 7:00. Join in person or virtual.


Jul 24, 2024 | 2:30 p.m. | Grove Public Library

Ages 19+


Jul 25, 2024 | 7:30 PM | 121 W 3rd St, Grove Ok
“Glorious!”, A Glittering Comedy, Opens July 21 at Playmakers. The Playmakers of Grove OK will produce “Glorious!”, a comedy by Peter Quilter, July 21 through August 4, 2024. It is based on the life of Florence Foster Jenkins, the New York heiress and socialite who wanted to be a great operatic diva despite having one of the worst singing voices in history. It runs for eight performances, from July 21 through August 4, 2024, on Thursdays, Fridays & one Saturday evening (Aug 3rd) at 7:30 pm, and Sunday matinees at 2:00 pm. The play is not a musical. Rather it is a comedy with music and singing. It's about an extraordinary woman who had the guts to follow her dream, and managed to entertain a lot of people along the way (Cole Porter and other notaries among them). She found the real world 'over rated' and 'living on a cloud’ far more enjoyable. Anne Midgetter, a former music critic of the Washington Post, wrote this about Mrs. Jenkins: “She walks onstage, bejeweled and powdered and resplendent. She does not have to be beautiful; she is larger than life. In the few yards from the wings to center stage, she conveys her authority in her measured gait, her regal posture, her richly patterned gown, and becomes the repository of our hopes, our expectations, our projections. Then she opens her mouth. And—brays”. Nancy Flowers, a Playmakers’ actress in four productions and musical director for seventeen productions, takes the leading role. She is an excellent singer off stage working hard to sing badly onstage, all for the laughter it brings. Others in this ensemble cast are three newcomers: Justin Eskew in the role of the accompanist, Cosme McMoon. Dorothy, Florence’s ditsy friend is played by Terri David. And Concha Tripppensee, takes the role of Maria, the non-English speaking Spanish maid. The common law partner, St.Clair Byfield is played by veteran actor, Stan Starts. Sara Kaufman, actress in six Playmakers’ productions plus Readers’ Theatre shows, plays Mrs.. Verrinder-Gedge, who is not a fan of Florence’s singing. If you don’t know the history of Florence Foster Jenkins, just search the internet with her name. The Playmakers’ production is the very funny Broadway play, not the more dramatic movie version. Major credit cards are accepted for seating: $15 for adults and $8 for students, lower elementary through high school. This guide is based on the appropriateness for that age level and the capability of the student to understand the content of the production. This is a guideline only, not a rule. Young children, 5 years of age and under, are only admitted to special productions for them. There are no paper tickets. Just make reservations for seating by leaving a message at 918 786 8950, or by emailing: groveplaymakers@yahoo.com. Please include any necessary special seating and the names of people in your group who will be paying for their individual seats.
Jul 25, 2024 | 10:00 a.m. - Noon | Grove Public Library

Ages 6-11


Jul 25, 2024 | 6:00 p.m. | Shangri-La - Eddie's Lakeside Bar

Benefiting Delaware County Children's Special Advocacy Network

Jul 26, 2024 | 7:30 PM | 121 W 3rd St, Grove Ok
“Glorious!”, A Glittering Comedy, Opens July 21 at Playmakers. The Playmakers of Grove OK will produce “Glorious!”, a comedy by Peter Quilter, July 21 through August 4, 2024. It is based on the life of Florence Foster Jenkins, the New York heiress and socialite who wanted to be a great operatic diva despite having one of the worst singing voices in history. It runs for eight performances, from July 21 through August 4, 2024, on Thursdays, Fridays & one Saturday evening (Aug 3rd) at 7:30 pm, and Sunday matinees at 2:00 pm. The play is not a musical. Rather it is a comedy with music and singing. It's about an extraordinary woman who had the guts to follow her dream, and managed to entertain a lot of people along the way (Cole Porter and other notaries among them). She found the real world 'over rated' and 'living on a cloud’ far more enjoyable. Anne Midgetter, a former music critic of the Washington Post, wrote this about Mrs. Jenkins: “She walks onstage, bejeweled and powdered and resplendent. She does not have to be beautiful; she is larger than life. In the few yards from the wings to center stage, she conveys her authority in her measured gait, her regal posture, her richly patterned gown, and becomes the repository of our hopes, our expectations, our projections. Then she opens her mouth. And—brays”. Nancy Flowers, a Playmakers’ actress in four productions and musical director for seventeen productions, takes the leading role. She is an excellent singer off stage working hard to sing badly onstage, all for the laughter it brings. Others in this ensemble cast are three newcomers: Justin Eskew in the role of the accompanist, Cosme McMoon. Dorothy, Florence’s ditsy friend is played by Terri David. And Concha Tripppensee, takes the role of Maria, the non-English speaking Spanish maid. The common law partner, St.Clair Byfield is played by veteran actor, Stan Starts. Sara Kaufman, actress in six Playmakers’ productions plus Readers’ Theatre shows, plays Mrs.. Verrinder-Gedge, who is not a fan of Florence’s singing. If you don’t know the history of Florence Foster Jenkins, just search the internet with her name. The Playmakers’ production is the very funny Broadway play, not the more dramatic movie version. Major credit cards are accepted for seating: $15 for adults and $8 for students, lower elementary through high school. This guide is based on the appropriateness for that age level and the capability of the student to understand the content of the production. This is a guideline only, not a rule. Young children, 5 years of age and under, are only admitted to special productions for them. There are no paper tickets. Just make reservations for seating by leaving a message at 918 786 8950, or by emailing: groveplaymakers@yahoo.com. Please include any necessary special seating and the names of people in your group who will be paying for their individual seats.
Jul 26, 2024 | 8:00 p.m. | Shangri-La - Doc's Bar & Grill
Jul 27, 2024 | 8:00 p.m. | Shangri-La - Eddie's Lakeside Bar
Jul 28, 2024 | 2:00 pm | 121 W 3rd St, Grove Ok
“Glorious!”, A Glittering Comedy, Opens July 21 at Playmakers. The Playmakers of Grove OK will produce “Glorious!”, a comedy by Peter Quilter, July 21 through August 4, 2024. It is based on the life of Florence Foster Jenkins, the New York heiress and socialite who wanted to be a great operatic diva despite having one of the worst singing voices in history. It runs for eight performances, from July 21 through August 4, 2024, on Thursdays, Fridays & one Saturday evening (Aug 3rd) at 7:30 pm, and Sunday matinees at 2:00 pm. The play is not a musical. Rather it is a comedy with music and singing. It's about an extraordinary woman who had the guts to follow her dream, and managed to entertain a lot of people along the way (Cole Porter and other notaries among them). She found the real world 'over rated' and 'living on a cloud’ far more enjoyable. Anne Midgetter, a former music critic of the Washington Post, wrote this about Mrs. Jenkins: “She walks onstage, bejeweled and powdered and resplendent. She does not have to be beautiful; she is larger than life. In the few yards from the wings to center stage, she conveys her authority in her measured gait, her regal posture, her richly patterned gown, and becomes the repository of our hopes, our expectations, our projections. Then she opens her mouth. And—brays”. Nancy Flowers, a Playmakers’ actress in four productions and musical director for seventeen productions, takes the leading role. She is an excellent singer off stage working hard to sing badly onstage, all for the laughter it brings. Others in this ensemble cast are three newcomers: Justin Eskew in the role of the accompanist, Cosme McMoon. Dorothy, Florence’s ditsy friend is played by Terri David. And Concha Tripppensee, takes the role of Maria, the non-English speaking Spanish maid. The common law partner, St.Clair Byfield is played by veteran actor, Stan Starts. Sara Kaufman, actress in six Playmakers’ productions plus Readers’ Theatre shows, plays Mrs.. Verrinder-Gedge, who is not a fan of Florence’s singing. If you don’t know the history of Florence Foster Jenkins, just search the internet with her name. The Playmakers’ production is the very funny Broadway play, not the more dramatic movie version. Major credit cards are accepted for seating: $15 for adults and $8 for students, lower elementary through high school. This guide is based on the appropriateness for that age level and the capability of the student to understand the content of the production. This is a guideline only, not a rule. Young children, 5 years of age and under, are only admitted to special productions for them. There are no paper tickets. Just make reservations for seating by leaving a message at 918 786 8950, or by emailing: groveplaymakers@yahoo.com. Please include any necessary special seating and the names of people in your group who will be paying for their individual seats.
Jul 29, 2024 | 11:15 a.m. | Grove Public Library

Staying Active & Independent for Life - Class at Grove Public Library
Mondays through September 30th, 11:15am
1140 Neo Loop, Grove, OK ~ 918-786-2945


Jul 30, 2024 | 5:00 p.m. | Grove Public Library

Paper Mache Lanterns Ages 19+


Jul 30, 2024 | 7:00 p.m. | Live Bliss Yoga Studio, 414 East 3rd Street

The current book of discussion "Hardwired for Happiness". This club meets each Tuesday evening at 7:00. Join in person or virtual.


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