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Events

To accommodate your Christmas shopping needs, Persimmon Hollow will have extended hours beginning December 16th through December 24th.  Week days and Saturdays we will be open from 10AM to 5PM and on Sundays from 1PM to 5PM.


We will also continue to collect items for our VETS through our partnership with The Coffee Bunker.  Items needed are winter coats, gloves, personal hygiene items, blankets, non perishable food and toys.  Please bring your items to one of the collections boxes located throughout Persimmon Hollow.  When you make a donation, don't forget to put an ornament we have for you on the Veterans Tree located in The Persimmon Opry.  Share Christmas Blessings with a Vet!

More details coming soon but get your space reserved now as things are filling up quickly!
 

Persimmon Hollow is proud to present our 2016 schedule of Frontier History Events. Each month, starting April 30th, we will be honoring a part of frontier history from the 1800's for the entire month. We will kick off the month with a different Festival on the 1st Saturday of each month.


Vendors should get their reservations in early for either the Branding Iron Artisan Market or the Prickly Pear Vintage Market as spaces are filling up quickly.


Craftsmen interested in giving outdoor live demonstrations of crafts such as roping, blacksmithing, candle making, basket weaving, broom making, wood carving or any other old time skill, please call Shannon at 918-520-1502 or email us. You can sell your items and be part of helping people learn more about Frontier Life by sharing your craft with future generations.  Craftsmen are wanted each Saturday from 10AM-5PM. There is no charge for craftsmen who do demonstrations.


Customers can enjoy our Frontier Walk and find interesting facts about Frontier Life.  Sign posts are on Horseshoe Lane, Sagebrush Trail and Main Street.  Signs are changed monthly  to showcase information concerning the events listed below.  The Frontier Walk is available Friday thru Sunday during normal operating hours.


Check back frequently as this page will be updated as attractions are booked.

Frontier History

 Month

 Kick off Saturday

 Frontier History Event

 May

 April 30

 Oklahoma Land Rush 


April 30

Opening of Branding Iron Artisan Market

Live Music

Preview of Prickly Pear Vintage Market Space

Don Roberts Master Leather Craftsman


May 7

Desperado Day

Opening of Prickly Pear Vintage Market

Live Music featuring RETRO and Jimmy King

Don Roberts Master Leather Craftsman


May 13

Live Music


May 20

Live Music


May 27


  June

    June 4 

The Pony Express 


June 4

Pony Express Festival

Over 50 Vendors

Coolray Coffee Cafe

Live Music

Frontier History Walk


June 11

Desperado Day


June 18

Sheriff's Day


June 25

Cowboy Day


 

  July

   July 2 

Rodeo Days


July 2

  • Rodeo Days Festival
  • Coolray Coffee Cafe
  • Crowninng of Miss Rodeo
  • Will Rogers Entertainment from the Will Rogers Museum
  • 7 C's Rodeo Company - Battle of the Bad Tour -  Autographed Pictures and Bull Rider Information
  • Wood turning demonstrations by John Prano
  • Live Music
  • Frontier History Walk


July 9

Desperado Day


July 16

Sheriff Day


July 23

Cowboy Day



  August

  August 6 

Native Americans 


August 6

Native Americans Festival

 

  September

   September 3 

 Cattle Drives 

 

September 3

Cattle Drives Festival

  October

   October 1 

Railroad 

 

October 1

Railroad Festival

  November

   November 5

 The Overland Stage 


 November 5

Stage Coach Festival

  December

    November 25 

A Frontier Christmas   


 November 25 - December 24

10th Annual 12 Days of Christmas Festival