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2 04, 2019

Celebrate spring in Broken Bow, OK, With 2 Fun Events

2019-10-22T21:47:48+00:00Beavers Bend, Beavers Bend Creative Escapes, Broken Bow, Cabins, Event, Festival, Fishing, McCurtain County, Outdoor Activity, River activity|

Spend a weekend or two in one of our luxury cabins, and while you’re in the area, check out two of springtime’s top events. Dogwoods in bloom are a sure sign spring has arrived—and that’s worth celebrating! Idabel, Oklahoma, does just that with the annual Dogwood Days Festival, scheduled for Saturday, April 6, 2019. Downtown Idabel will be festive and ready for a party that day with live entertainment, craft vendors, children’s games, sidewalk sale, dance contest and country showdown. Visitors will find lots of delicious fair food, plus an Easter “eggstravaganza” barbecue cook-off. And that’s just for starters. This [...]

12 06, 2017

Join Us August 26, 2017 For McCurtain County Relay for Life

2019-10-23T21:30:55+00:00Broken Bow, Event, Things to do|

McCurtain County Relay for Life August 26, 2017: 6:00 to 10:00 p.m. Bring your team to your favorite Beavers Bend Creative Escapes cabin during the weekend of August 26-27 to take part in Relay for Life of McCurtain County to benefit the American Cancer Society (ACS)! Relay for life is the world’s largest fundraising event against cancer. As the signature fundraiser for the ACS, the event takes place in more than 5,200 communities in 27 countries. This team fundraising event sees team members taking turns walking around a track or designated path for between 4-24 hours: there is always a [...]

12 01, 2017

Dogwood Days – Idabel Oklahoma’s Spring Fling: April 1, 2017

2019-10-23T21:40:15+00:00Event, Festival, McCurtain County, Things to do|

Arguably one of the prettiest times of the year in southeast Oklahoma, spring brings that wonderful reprieve from winter; warmer weather lets us again enjoy the outdoors without so many layers, and the region is awash in the beauty that comes with springtime blooming. And dogwood trees are an area favorite when it comes to spring blooms. Since the late 1730s, dogwood trees have been used as ornamental additions to landscaping here in the North America. Some credit Thomas Jefferson for the tree's increasing popularity in the late 1700s, as he did his best to spread these trees through his [...]

10 10, 2016

Beavers Bend Folk Festival & Craft Show: November 11-13, 2016

2019-10-23T21:45:18+00:00Attractions, Beavers Bend, Broken Bow, Event, Festival|

Most people agree: they love outdoor fall festivals. The weather is cooler, making it particularly enjoyable to be outside. The fall colors offer a beautiful backdrop and provide leaves crunching underfoot. And one can not help but realize that the year-end holidays are just around the corner, making the talented fall craft vendors your very first stop when shopping for those gifts. If you are one of those who enjoy all things "fall festival", then head to Broken Bow... and specifically the Forest Heritage Center in Beavers Bend State Park on the 2016 weekend of November 11, 12 and 13 [...]

12 07, 2016

Forest Heritage Center Events: Sept-Oct 2016

2019-10-23T21:52:10+00:00Broken Bow, Event, Festival, Things to do|

Wood-turning, basket-weaving, and painting - oh my! This September and October is an exciting time at Broken Bow's Forest Heritage Center and Museum at Hochatown State Park. Between September 9 and October 16, the Heritage Center plays host to fine-art events that are both entertaining and educational. September 13-14, 2016: Capturing Nature's Beauty Artist and art educator Jamie Carter graces our presence from Paris, TX to instruct current and would-be artists in nature-painting techniques. "Capturing Nature's Beauty" is a 2-day art retreat for students who want to learn about painting their natural surroundings. It doesn't matter if you are a [...]

15 04, 2016

2016 Broken Bow Kiamichi Owa-Chito Festival, June 16-17-18

2019-10-23T22:00:45+00:00Broken Bow, Event, Festival, Things to do|

It's that time again: time to plan your cabin escape to Broken Bow during the weekend of June 16, 17 and 18 for the 2016 Kiamichi Owa-Chito Festival of the Forest! Residents of and Visitors to the Broken Bow area look forward to this annual event celebrating our community, our heritage and SE Oklahoma's natural beauty. Held at the Broken Bow City Park, this festival brings a friendly welcome to all with the 5K run; children's events; youth activities; Choctaw Indian Dancing, story-telling, singing and cultural demonstrations; concessions; the Forestry Competition; Archery Contest; Horseshoe Contest; Talent Show; Domino Tournament; Turkey [...]

2 11, 2015

November Events: Folk Festival and Craft Show

2019-10-23T22:09:03+00:00Event, Festival, Kids Activity, Things to do|

Each year, the entire town of Broken Bow and the surrounding areas look forward to our annual Folk Festival and Craft Show, held at the Forest Heritage Center. We would like to formally invite you to attend this wonderful, family-friendly event during your southeast OK cabin vacation this November 13, 14 and 15, 2015! Start your holiday shopping early! Nearly 70 exhibitors and vendors will be in attendance this year, and many take things back to our country's roots with turn-of-the-(19th)-century skills. Meanwhile, storytellers will regale their audiences with traditional lore while traditional musicians play dulcimer, banjo, fiddles and more [...]

15 09, 2015

Fall Events and Beauty in Broken Bow, OK

2019-10-23T22:12:31+00:00Broken Bow, Event, Nature|

Fall is the perfect time to visit southeast Oklahoma: the area has plenty to see and do... not to mention the perfect weather to for outdoor events and activities! Reserve your Beavers Bend Creative Escapes cabin between the end of October and the start of November, and you can witness the best color in southeast Oklahoma. From Broken Bow north, Kiamichi Trace is known as one of the best Fall Foliage Routes in the state! As you drive north from Broken Bow on Route 259, following Route 259A through Beavers Bend State Park and Hochatown State Park back to 259, [...]

23 07, 2015

Rodeo and Family Fun at Two Idabel Summer Events

2019-10-24T17:05:27+00:00Event, Festival, Things to do|

For as long as America can remember, Oklahoma and rodeos have gone hand-in-hand. since the 1800s, ranch personnel often tested their skills against those from neighboring ranches, often in the form of roping and riding contests. It was friendly fun that helped build both friendships and good-natured rivalries across the west. While the sport became more popular, and monetary prizes grew, rodeos were the subject of much speculation because there was no standard way to judge a particular skill. Between 1929 and 1965, organizations were created to standardize rules and create a point system for judging, set prize-money policies, protect [...]

25 05, 2015

June Brings Broken Bow’s Big Art and Culture Events

2019-10-24T17:10:50+00:00Broken Bow, Festival, Things to do|

June is a big month here in Broken Bow, Oklahoma. We not only throw the biggest celebration of the year during June, but we also hold one of the largest regional art shows in the area! Come to Broken Bow between June 13-22, 2015 and take in our art, culture and community entertainment during the Kiamichi Owa-Chito Art Show and Festival of the Forest! You may look at the name "Kiamichi Owa-Chito" and wonder what in the world it could mean, and we would love to offer a quick lesson. Kiamichi is the name of the ancient range located approximately 50 [...]

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