419 W Will Rogers Blvd
Claremore, OK 74017
(918) 341-2818
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Welcome to Claremore, Oklahoma

Oklahoma’s favorite son Will Rogers said, “I think the time will come when everybody will be made to stop off at Claremore on their way to any place they may be going.”

The members of Claremore Chamber of Commerce welcome you to make that all important stop.  The invitation is always open!

Will Rogers was always on target with his observations. If he were alive today we are sure he would remind us that “Folks make towns, not numbers.” It is the people, the citizens of Claremore, their hospitality, community pride, and dedication to the past and future that will always make “Claremore” a great place!!!

We think Will would continue to agree that Claremore folks and numbers remain impressive. Over the past decade Claremore has continued to experience growth rates that exceed state averages. Claremore and Rogers County both hold the distinction of being among the fastest growing areas in the state. The geographic location of Claremore and the easy accessibility from major highways, turnpikes, airports, rail systems and the proximity to the McClellar-Kerr Arkansas River Navigational System allows Claremore to be the gateway to beautiful northeast Oklahoma and beyond!

Residents enjoy raising their families and working in the hometown atmosphere where the superior quality of life is reflected in our outstanding education, health care, recreation, shopping, civic organizations and in our area churches.

Our business and industry community is second to none. We are known for our diverse, skilled and highly motivated workforce. Claremore area has business owners who are committed to quality service and business professionals who are the best in their respective areas.

Claremore is a destination. In one weekend you can visit museums, attend annual festivals, celebrations, visit antique shops, take in an event at the city’s Expo Center, enjoy area lakes, walk or bike the trails or just enjoy a care-free day at the park.

Entertainers, playwrights, actors, athletes, politicians, business men and women known world wide and even an astronaut are Claremore and Rogers County connected. Those include: Will Rogers, Lynn Riggs, Patti Page, J.M. Davis, Stuart Roosa, Blue Starr, Andy Payne, Helen Walton, Clem McSpadden, Clem Rogers, W.R. Howell,  Garth Brooks and Trisha Yearwood to name a few.

The area enjoys a mild climate, with an early spring, a warm fall, and a mild winter. The average annual temperature is 57 degrees, with seasonal averages of 34 degrees in winter, 62 degrees in the spring, 81+degrees in the summer and 64 degrees in the fall. The average rainfall is 25 inches, and the average annual snowfall is nine inches.

Claremore really is a wonderful place to work, live and play.  If that sounds like we are bragging, just remember the truth is not bragging…. It’s just the facts!

Claremore Oklahoma…. A place for New Vision and Clear Opportunities.
We Welcome You!

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It’s Happening!


Bluegrass & Chili Festival applications available for the “Festival Market”
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Every Wednesday – 9:00 AM to 11:00 AM – Speak with a Mullin Rep

Speak with a representative from Congressman Mullin’s office regarding any federal agency issues with 2nd Congressional District constituents.  Walk in or make an appointment for a different time.  To make an appointment, call Mary Bower at (918) 341-9336.  Meetings are held on the second floor at Rogers County Courthouse.

every Friday –  starting at 8:30 AM – Coffee Network
Join Edel Godwin of Rogers County Literacy Council at Cappuccino Corner for an opportunity to present your business, network, and practice your sales pitch.  To get involved, call Edel at (918) 851-0793

Pre-Sale Tickets for Rogers County Fair
July 1st

Secure your ticket for one evening of unlimited rides at just $20.  Rogers County Fair will be at Claremore Expo Center on September 11th through 14th.  Visit the Expo office to purchase tickets.

Weaving Retreat 201
July 2nd and 3rd
Learn how to weave on a harnessed loom at Heart of the Shepherd.  Call (918) 342-5911 to reserve your spot or visit www.shepherdscross.com for more information.

Kids’ Fishing Derby
July 4th – 7:00 AM to 10:00 AM

Kids are invited to hang out at Claremore Lake Park for a fishing derby.  Contact City of Claremore‘s Parks & Recreation Department at (918) 342-2522 to learn more.

4th of July Fireworks Spectacular
July 4th – 6:00 PM

City of Claremore invites you and your family to Claremore Lake Park for an evening of patriotic fun.  Entertainment and concessions accompany the celebration.  Call City of Claremore’s Parks & Recreation Department at (918) 342-2522 for a schedule and more information.

Ribbon Cutting for Whataburger
July 10th – 4:00 PM
Join us as we welcome our newest member to Claremore Area Chamber!  Stop by again at 6:00 PM for their Grand Opening.  Visit www.whataburger.com to learn more.

Love & Logic Parenting Classes
July 8th through 29th – Tuesdays from 6:00 PM to 8:00 PM
These four-week long parenting classes hosted by Rogers County Youth Services focuses on natural consequences and positivity.  To enroll or learn more, call Linda Wilton at (918) 341-7580 ext. 3.

3rd Annual Youth 2 Youth Leadership Conference
July 9th through 11th

Volunteers for Youth is looking for speakers to present a fun, interactive presentation encouraging leadership skills and a drug-free lifestyle during the second day of the conference.  Volunteers For Youth is a registered agency of Rogers County United Way. Contact Alyson Short at (918) 343-2530 to get involved.

Youth Summer Camps Still Available!
Several sports camps are still available for your children in Claremore.  Call City of Claremore‘s Parks & Department at (918) 342-2522 to find out what’s available.

Whataburger Grand Opening Celebration
July 10th – 6:00 PM to 8:00 PM

Join Whataburger for an evening of fun including a prize wheel, Tulsa Oilers Hockey player appearances, and Whataburger for a Year Drawings every 15 minutes!  Check out www.whataburger.com to learn more.

Scissortail Wine Festival
July 19th – 1:00 PM to 6:00 PM

Relax and explore all things wine at Claremore Expo Center.  For just $20, you’ll receive a commemorative wine glass and wine tasting tokens.  Food and coffee vendors, Route 66 Cruisers Car Club, and art displays by Rogers State University students and Three Rivers Artists will complete the festival.  Learn more by checking out www.visitclaremore.org

Bluegrass & Chili Festival is September 4, 5 & 6th Click here for more information

 

third Saturday of every month – 2:00 PM – Lawn Mower Racing
Learn more about these races at Cherokee Casino Will Rogers Downs by calling (918) 283-8800 or visiting www.cherokeecasino.com.

Rogers County Blue Star Mothers are collecting canned soups/chili/anything that can be warmed for troops.
Call Wanda at (918) 343-2675.

 

Free live concerts at Dog Iron Saloon at Will Rogers Downs!
Visit www.cherokeecasino.com for more information.

 

Upcoming events at Mr. Ed’s Auction!
Visit www.mredsauction.com to learn more.

 

Every Tuesday – 12:00 PM – Business Builders Referral Group Meeting
Contact Jim Guess at (918) 637-3530 for information.

Rogers County Blue Star Mothers are collecting canned soups/chili/anything that can be warmed for troops.
Call Wanda at (918) 343-2675.

 

Claremore is a happening place!  All dates, times, and performances are subject to change.  Please call each entity for event information. Members, let us know what is happening at your place of business!  Call (918) 341-2818 or email chamber@claremore.org at least two weeks in advance of your event.