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Oklahoma Tulsa State Fair 2018

The Oklahoma Tulsa State Fair runs from September 27 thru October 7th this year. They have a new concert stage - The Oklahoma Stage. The concert series is included in the price of admission. When is Senior Citizen Day? Seniors, age 62 and over, receive FREE Gate Admission until 2pm, Tuesday, October 2, as part of the Alltech's Family Fest promotion. However, every day senior citizens (62+) receive a discounted Gate Admission of $6 per person; proper identification required at time of purchase. When are the Oklahoma State Picking & Fiddling Championships? Saturday, September 29, 11am – 9pm: Fiddle Sunday, September 30, 11am – 7:30pm: Banjo, Mandolin, Guitar & String Band Location: Muscogee (Creek) Nation Stage When is the Oklahoma State Sugar Art Show? The Oklahoma State Sugar Art Show is Saturday & Sunday, September 29 & 30. It is located it the River Spirit Expo Lower Level, from 10am – 10pm, on Saturday, and 10am – 6pm, on Sunday. Pre-Fair Podcast - with Sarah Thompson - about what is going on this year 2018, at the Tulsa State fair. **************************** Tulsa State Fair promo 2017

By |2019-03-13T22:51:33+00:00September 26th, 2018|Fair Food, Podcast, Rodeo, State Fair, Tulsa|0 Comments

Oklahoma State Fair 2018

The Oklahoma State Fair  is open September 13th-23rd. This is an interview with Scott Munz of the Marketing department. He has been with the fair for over thirty years and would like to be around he says for another six to eight years. The Fair has grown a lot. One of the things I have not seen before at a state fair is a really cool coupon book with lots of coupons. The coupon book is on sale for $5.00. Get your Tickets ***************** Oklahoma State Fair - Frequently Asked Questions!

By |2019-03-13T22:55:07+00:00September 13th, 2018|Bull Rider, Fair Food, Oklahoma, Oklahoma State Fair, Podcast, State Fair|0 Comments

Oklahoma State Fair 2017

The Oklahoma State Fair is about to open on September 14th, with all kinds of new and exciting things. There is a lot of stuff to do here for the ten dollar admission costs. This is an interview with Scott Munz , Vice President of Marketing and Public Relations about all the new and great things at this years event. Listening to this for a few minutes will give you a great overview of the fair and all the fancy new fair foods they have. Come hungry and come rested and be prepared to have a great time.!!! Oklahoma State Fair - Frequently Asked Questions!    

Butcher BBQ – Dave Bouska, BBQ Competition

Jack Daniels 2009 BBQ Competition Team Butcher BBQ started in 1982 when, Dave Bouska, started to work in his first meat market. This is where he began leaning about beef, pork and poultry. From there, Dave, operated sausage markets, managed several retail and wholesale meat markets and now currently owns and operates a custom meat processing plant in Oklahoma. This is where he begun to perfect the plants, sausage, ham and bacon flavoring process. In 2006, he and his brother, started competing in the local BBQ circuit with good results and a lot of fun. Dave views BBQ competition as a fun and hobby experience. They travel all over the country to take place in the competitions. End of August 2010 interview with Dave Bouska, - if you are interested in BBQ Competition you really should listen to this interview. < Other BBQ Links you might have an interest in BBQ Class for All Ages to Kick Off Smokin' In Mesquite BBQ Labor ... - BBQ Class for All Ages to Kick Off Smokin' In Mesquite BBQ Labor Day Weekend at the Casablanca Highly-respected expert Dave Bouska to provide instruction on various elements of BBQ. Read more on PRWeb via Yahoo! News. Sweet Peppers BBQ Team Returns to Defend $40000 Smokin' in ... - 2 with an eight-hour cooking class taught by noted meat expert Dave Bouska, a native Oklahoman who was ranked among the top competitors in Kansas City Barbeque Society (KCBS) BBQ events last year. Bouska will share his expertise with ...

By |2017-07-15T02:00:25+00:00September 2nd, 2010|BBQ, BBQ Competition, Nevada, Oklahoma, Podcast|0 Comments

Barrel Racing, interview with Tana Poppino

Tana Poppino & Goose, 2010 Fort Worth Rodeo An interview with Barrel Racing winner Tana Poppino. Tana has been barrel racing since she was five. She did have a real job for awhile for a utility company in the marketing department. Her boss made her choose marketing or rodeo. Tana's choice was rodeo. In 2003 she rodeo in the National Western in Denver. Tana has two great horses she rides with, that are spoiled. She says a good quarter horse has to have a lot of heart to be able to be a barrel racer. You can check out more about Tana on her website More about Tana,  and Barrel Racing, you may find interesting Lets hear from TANA POPPINO….. - Tana Poppino has a lot of outstanding memories of her time in the Oklahoma Panhandle. She attended Panhandle State in Goodwell and was part of the rodeo team that has become one of the elite in the National Intercollegiate Rodeo ... Poppino Wins Guymon, Okla. PRCA « The Barrel Racing Blog - Tana Poppino, currently in the top 10 in the WPRA standings, took home another big check this weekend when she won the Guymon, Okla., Guymon Pioneer Days PRCA Rodeo. With a second in the first round and a third in the second round, ...

By |2016-10-23T11:34:45+00:00May 30th, 2010|Barrel Racing, Horse, Horse Riding, Horses, Oklahoma, Podcast, Rodeo|1 Comment

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