Friday Oct. 20

Claremore Senior Center hosts country band The Stagehands in concert 6-8 p.m. 475 East Blue Starr Drive. Cover charge: $8. Information: 918-326-0227.

SATURDAY Oct. 21

Claremore Museum of History is open every Saturday, 11 a.m. to 3 p.m. Learn about the people that brought about the birth and growth of Claremore. 4th & Weenonah Avenue. $2 donation is appreciated. For more information, visit claremoremuseum.org

MONDAY Oct. 23

Three Rivers Arists Art Show & Sale begins today at the Will Rogers Library, 1515 N. Florence Ave., Claremore. Show continues through Friday, Oct. 27.

TUESDAY Oct. 24

Verdigris JOM Indian Education Committee elections 6 p.m., Room 185, Verdigris Junior High. Information: 918-266-6343.

THURSDAY Oct. 26

Rogers County Free Medical Clinic 6 p.m. at Rogers County Health Department, 2664 N. Highway 88, Claremore. Persons attending must live in Rogers County and have no other health insurance, such as Medicare, Medicaid, Sooner Care or others. Information: 918-341-3166.

FRIDAY Oct. 27

Claremore Noon Rotary Chili Supper 5-7 p.m. in the Claremore High School cafeteria. Proceeds benefit the Claremore Public Schools Foundation. Tickets: $5, and may be purchased from any Rotarian. Information: tfink@claremoreprogress.com

FRIDAY Nov. 10

12th annual Claremore Veterans Day parade and US flag retirement ceremony. Flag ceremony will held at the flag pole at the Claremore Expo Center. The flag ceremony starts at 9 a.m. led by the Claremore High School ROTC unit. Speakers include US Rep. Mark Wayne Mullin, Claremore Mayor Bill Flanagan, Claremore City Manager Jim Thomas, State Rep. Mark Lepak and State Senator, Marty Quinn. The ceremony is free and open to the public. Parade begins at 11:11 a.m. from the Expo center and travels east down Will Rogers Blvd, ending at the First Baptist Church parking lot. Grand Marshals are U.S. Army veterans C.J. Masters of Claremore and Bobby Jones of Broken Arrow. One-hundred units are expected to participate in the parade. Information: 918- 342-5730.

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