The Old Angus Barn – The Stuff of Stories

Nov. 17 will be a Tellabration at the Ole Angus Barn, located south of Seminole, 6:30 p.m.

Go 12 miles south of Seminole or north of Ada on HWY 99 until you reach EW 134, cemetery road, turn west and go approximately 1 mile. Lights will be on in the barn, go past the barn, and you’ll see the driveway on the south.

Featured storytellers will be Western humorist award recipient Sky Shivers and multi-talented Teresa Black. Host and hostess, Phillip Harjo and Jeanette Harjo, will share a story. A couple of guest pickers, storytellers and a poet may also join the party. We’ll gather at the campfire near the entrance of the Ole Angus Barn. There will be some seating, but you may want to throw in a lawn chair or blanket. In the case of inclement weather we’ll move into the main aisle of the barn. For additional information contact: Jeanette or Phillip Harjo at jmharjo@hotmail.com, 405-398-4310 or 405-380-3633.

Seminole Wind Ranch is part of the Brass Horse Enterprises of Phillip and Jeanette Harjo in Maud, Oklahoma. They invite you to “enjoy the beauty of Oklahoma” by spending a day, an evening, or a weekend on a working horse ranch. There they also provide customized workshops, writing retreats, photography, storytelling, and celebrations for birthdays, anniversary’s and more. They also do special holiday programs and events.

As the “Ole Angus Barn” develops there will be  added spooky stories and events for October, a “Tellabration” (a celebration of storytelling) and treats for November, and capping the year in December will be Christmas and family stories.

Hosting these great events will be coach and educator Philip Harjo, “Bear Clan and Peacemaker”, is retired military with lots of experience as speaker and seminar leader. He is also Chief of Staff of the Seminole Nation. His wife, Jeanette Harjo, describes herself as “Country Girl with Attitude” and is a gifted storyteller as well as library media specialist, educational consultant, school board member, and mid-wife to mares.

Contact them soon to schedule your next event or to learn what they can do for your group or organization.

Seminole Wind Ranch
13451 HWY 99
Maud, Oklahoma 74884
Phone: 405-398-4310 ; 405-380-3633
Email: jmharjo@hotmail.com
13 miles south of Seminole and 20 miles north of Ada

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