Several events are set to happen in the final week of this month.
On Saturday, the third annual Poker Run/Lions for Sight happens. For information, call Debi Tate at 580-252-9007.
Monday, United Way of Stephens County will host its Celebrity Servers dinner. Call Lauren Siess at 580-255-3648.
The Southwest Oklahoma Senior Games is Thursday, Sept. 27. Call Pat Bowles at 580-252-2900, Ext. 232.
Duncan Art Guild hosts an artist workshop with Thomas Stotts, Thursday, Sept. 27 to Saturday, Sept. 29. For information, call Jolene Loyd-Forbes at 580-470-5031.
Friday, Sept. 28, the Stephens County Humane Society is holding a first time Spay-ghetti lunch and dinner benefit.
Duncan Crafts, Arts and Hobbies Show returns to Stephens County Fair & Expo Center Friday, Sept. 28 and Saturday, Sept. 29 for its fall show. Call Susan Gooden at 580-656-7310.
The Duncan Little Theatre kicks off its 2012-13 season with the popular Evening of Shorts, also set for Sept. 28-29.
Also on those two days, the annual Bluegrass Festival returns to Duncan’s Grove. Call 580-606-9133.
Empire Volunteer Fire Department hosts a car and motorcycle show fundraiser. Call Steve Earnhart at 580-656-1022.
Prescription Drug Drop-off Day sponsored by 3D Drug Free Community. Call Pat Troutman at 580-343-9834.
Pimps in the Pulpit at the Simmons Center. Call Stephanie Sullivan, 252-2900, Ext. 240.
Red River Rocketeers Rocket Launch at Cape Greenwood. Call Bill Leyrer at 656-4781.
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