Sunday, January 29th, 2023
Sunday, January 29th, 2023

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OK: Outdoor Calendar September

Check out the outdoor calendar provided by the Oklahoma
Department of Wildlife Conservation for all your outdoor
information.

SEPTEMBER

1-Oct. 31 & Dec. 24-Jan. 1, 2012: Dove season. Seasons on
public land may vary from statewide season dates. For full details
and regulations, consult the current “Oklahoma Hunting
Guide.”

9-11: CrossTimbers Archery & Adventure Camp in Sulphur.
Fathers, mother, sons, daughter and families welcome. Activities
include workshops, seminars, demonstrations, hands-on training and
more. Fore more information or to register ctokc.org or call David
Cox at (405) 436-2042.

10-19: Special Resident Canada Goose season. Seasons on public land
may vary from statewide season dates. For full details and
regulations, consult the current “Oklahoma Hunting Guide.”

10-25: September Teal Season. Seasons on public land may vary from
statewide season dates. For full details and regulations, consult
the current “Oklahoma Hunting Guide.”

10: Sooner Retriever Club Training Day. For more information
contact Bill Blochowiak at labske@aol.com

11: National Wild Turkey Federation Women in the Outdoors Event at
Camp Okiwanee, Salpupla. Events are taught by expert instructors
and a variety of classes are offered including fishing, hunting,
outdoor cooking, crafts and so much more! For more information or
to register contact Pattie Bing at (918) 688-8097 or
pjbing1@juno.com

15: The OKC North Ducks Unlimited is hosting a fun night for all at
the Hooter’s North OKC Restaurant (3025 N.W. Expressway in Oklahoma
City) from 6-9 p.m. Tickets are $25 and include buffet, three drink
tickets and a one-year DU Membership. We will also have a silent
auction as well as games. Tickets can be purchased through the
Ducks Unlimited website under “Oklahoma Events” or at Hooter’s. For
more information contact Kyle Sanders at (405) 605-9747 or Bill
Townsend (405) 235-1387.

17: Byron Hatchery Watchable Wildlife Area Nature Center will be
open from 9 a.m – 3 p.m. The biologist on duty will be happy to
visit with visitors about wildlife in the area or take a walk with
you on the nature trail. For more information about these events
e-mail mhickman@zoo.odwc.state.ok.us or 405-990-4977.

17: Duck Blind Drawing for Waurika, Canton, Fort Supply, Fort
Gibson, Eufaula, W.D. Mayo and Webbers Falls. For more information,
log on to http://www.wildlifedepartment.com/hunting/coeblind.htm
.

17: Auxiliary Boat Oklahoma class at Redlands Community College
(1300 South Country Club Road, El Reno), Arts and Science Building
15, Room AS 120, El Reno, from 9 a.m. – 4:30 p.m. Boat Oklahoma is
a six-chapter course that gives safety guidelines for hunting,
fishing, water-skiing and river boating. The course covers topics
such as current boating laws and the environment; safety equipment,
both required and optional; how to safely handle a boat on the
water; aids to navigation; correct navigation rules; boating
problems that may arise; trailering, storing and protecting your
boat. For more information or to register contact Linda J. Sadler
at (405) 602-0175.

17: The first Annual Tulsa Master Gardeners Fall Garden Festival –
a Horticultural Happening! Fun for all ages! Vendors, Garden Clubs,
Nurseries, Speakers, Classes, Demonstrations, Make & Take
Projects, Kids Corner, Plant Swap, Scarecrow Contest with prizes,
Garden Shed sale of gently used garden equipment, tools &
treasures and Food! Speaker & Program schedule varies each day
and will be posted online. Indoors and Outdoors. Free Admission
& Parking. Look for the pavilion tents! Sat. Sept. 17 from
9-4p, and Sun. Sept. 18 from 11-4p. Visit
http://www.tulsamastergardeners.org for schedules, guidelines and
information. OCES Tulsa Master Gardeners, 4116 East 15th St., Tulsa
OK 74112, 918-746-3701.

30: Ducks Unlimited Tri City Good Ole Guys and Gals Habitat
Fundraiser for the late Paul Newsom at the Eve Center (8601 S
Western Ave, OKC). Doors open at 6:30 p.m. and dinner at 7:30 p.m.
Singe ticket is $45 and Couple is $55. For more information or
tickets contact Tim Miller at (405) 593-2657 or Paul Fincher at
(405) 805-0275.

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