Television personality and outdoorsman Hank Parker will headline Crossings Community Church's annual “Beast Feast” Tuesday night in Oklahoma City.
The legendary pro bass fisherman and host of Hank Parker's Outdoor Magazine will be the featured speaker at the Sportman's Beast Feast Dinner at Crossings, 14600 N Portland Ave.
Doors open at 5:30 p.m. with a smoked pork dinner following at 6:30 p.m. Tickets are $15 per person and can be bought at the door or online at www.crossingsokc.org.
Door prizes to be given away during the evening include a gun, bow, hunting trips and more. A hunting and fishing expo with several vendors also is part of the evening's activities.
TRADITIONAL ARCHERY CHAMPIONSHIPS IN MCALESTER
The Southern Plains Traditional Archery Championships will be Aug. 3-4 at the McAlester Army Ammunition Plant.
The recurve and longbow competition will be on Aug. 3 with the selfbow on Aug. 4. Entry fee is $15 and $10 for a fun round. Books open at 6:30 a.m. both days.
For more information, call Johnny Pappan at 863-5736 or Ben Coffman at 664-6111.
NATIONAL WILD TURKEY FEDERATION HOSTS KIDS' EVENT
The Oklahoma County chapter of the National Wild Turkey Federation is holding a free jakes (kids) event Saturday from 10 a.m. until 4 p.m. in the parking lot of World Imports, 3935 W Reno.
The event for ages 17 and younger will include a bb gun and archery range, free hot dogs and drinks while they last, and giveaways. For more information, call Ken Nobles, chapter president, at 229-2084.
DUCKS UNLIMITED EVENT AT REMINGTON PARK
The Ducks Unlimited Premigration Waterfowl Hunter Event will be Friday in the Eclipse Suite at Remington Park beginning at 6:30 p.m.
There will be food and drinks plus games and raffles for guns and decoys.
For tickets, call Paul Fincher at 850-0275 or email email@example.com.
OKLAHOMA ARCHERS TAKE GOLD AND SILVER IN NATIONAL CHAMPIONSHIPS
The Oklahoma Storm Junior Olympic Archery Development team captured three gold medals and seven silver medals this month in the JOAD National Target Championships at Hamilton, Ohio.
Winning gold medals were Brogan Williams, 17, of Stillwater; Allie Canady, 15, of Yukon; and Devin Oblander, 11, of Frederick.
Oblander also won three silver medals and Dylan Oblander, 9, of Frederick also captured a silver medal.
Williams also won one silver medal along with Eric Norman, 17, of Perry and Bryce Stevenson, 18, of Nichols Hills.
“This was an amazing finish for a young group of archers, some of whom were shooting at the national level for the first time,” said coach Kathleen Stevenson, a 2013 USA Archery Women's Master champion.
“Based on this tournament and their performances at the Texas Shoot-Out, Gator Cup and So-Cal Showdown, Allie Canaday and Brogan Williams are likely to be ranked high enough to become members of the USA Archery's (national) team in women's compound for their age brackets.”
SHARK HUNTERS TO DEBUT ON NBC SPORTS NETWORK
“Shark Hunters,” a new outdoor fishing show featuring anglers competing in three, long-standing East Coast shark tournaments, debuts Wednesday on the NBC Sports Network at 8 p.m.