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T-Town Rundown: Plenty to Do in Tulsa Area this Weekend

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If you are as excited about the weekend arriving as we are, then be sure to check out some of the events going on in the Tulsa area below!

Chow down: And what better than on some of the area's best steak Beginning at 9 a.m. and lasting through 9 p.m., downtown Tulsa will be the location for the Oklahoma Championship Steak Cook-off. At least 50 teams will showcase some of their best steaks to all those interested. Event-goers can even check out some live music and even a car show. The event takes place near the Trinity Episcopal Church.

Head northeast: Over to Miami where the Ottawa County Free Fair continues through Saturday. On this final day, festival-goers can check out a demolition derby, a diary cattle show and lots of fried foods on sticks. The fair takes place on the Miami Fairgrounds and last through 10 p.m.

Expo Square: Will be home to the Green Country Cowboys of Color Rodeo Saturday evening. This is the fifth year the event takes place in Tulsa and tickets are just $10.

Claremore: Animal lovers can head up to the Dog Expo over at the Claremore Expo Center. Dogs and their owners from surrounding states will be present competing Saturday and Sunday from 9 a.m. until 5 p.m. There's also plenty of activities for those not competing. And all proceeds benefit the Claremore Animal Shelter.

Take a Run: Or more so a 5K. Beginning at 8:30 over at Veterans Park runners will convene for the Glow Run. White t-shirts, glow sticks and plenty of neon colors will illuminate the area as runners raise money for the Leukemia & Lymphoma Society's Team in Training program.

Head to Owasso: For the Family Fun Fair at Rayola Park. The fair last through 2 p.m. on Saturday. Adults and children and take part in plenty of activities and even a raffle for various prizes.

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