Unique Activities in Broken Bow: May Events

Warmer weather is here, and with it comes our town’s tradition of fun events for both locals and visitors to enjoy. We would like to formally invite all of our Beavers Bend Creative Escapes guests to join our town in some unique pastimes in May. During this month, May 16, 2015 is the date of choice, when fun can be had with Cool Cars & Crazy Cones and Music MAYnia & More.

calendar-fountain-penMay 16, 2015:  Music MAYnia & More
11:00 a.m. – 8:00 p.m.
Beavers Bend State Park Amphitheater
Start your day at this all-day celebration of the arts, presented by the Broken Bow Theatrical Society. Actors, bands and solo acts will take the stage. Don’t miss the displayed artwork, food, Celtic Calligraphy demonstrations, storytellers and a Celtic/Irish dance Troupe. It will be a regular mini-Renaissance Festival right here in southeast Oklahoma! Special guests include the Ladies of the Salty Kiss who bring a living history camp featuring Renaissance Pirate Comedy. KKBI’s Jay Lindy is the event host. Admission and parking are free!

May 16, 2015: Cool Cars & Crazy Cones
6:30 p.m. – 9:30 p.m.
Main Street, Broken Bow
If you get your fill of Art and Music in the morning and afternoon, come to downtown Broken Bow where classic car enthusiasts and their families will enjoy this yearly event sponsored by the Broken Bow Chamber of Commerce. See cars produced before 1973 and enjoy kids’ games and activities, family activities, food, the “Mighty Midget Kar Race” (a ‘Midget’ being a very small vehicle with high power-to-weight ratio), prizes and a street dance. The event lasts from 6:30 to 9:30 p.m. and takes place on Main Street in downtown Broken Bow. There is no admission fee for this event.

It will be a full day of fun for the entire family at these two annual events! This will be a great way to cap off a week-long cabin getaway in one of our many welcoming Beavers Bend Creative Escapes vacation homes. We look forward to seeing you!

2 thoughts on “Unique Activities in Broken Bow: May Events

  1. we haven’t been to the Kiamichi OWA-CHITO festival in several years but would like information on singing events especially Friday night gospel. Have searched can’t find…found 2011… thank u for your help…

    • Sadly, the Chamber of Commerce hasn’t published any detailed schedules for the festival, save for Levi Parham playing at 2:00 p.m. on Saturday, and Mac Powell as the Saturday night headliner. If we find out anything more, we’ll update.

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