Hopefully, your taste buds are ready for Charlie Adams Day on September 10.  With great gratitude to the Oklahoma Arts Council and the National Endowment for the Arts, the Heartland of the Prairies Dutch Oven Society and their compadres will be out in full force this year cooking up unbelievably delicious desserts.  They will also be doing cooking demonstrations at 9:00 a.m., 10:00 a.m., and 11:00 a.m.


There will be twenty-one teams this year with each team preparing four desserts of approximately 20 different types of desserts.  A taste test of these scrumptious desserts will top off the fantastic barbecue meal prepared by the BBQ teams.


Dutch Oven teams are coming not only from around Kay County but also from Wichita, Tulsa and Oklahoma City.  Teams will include Little Town Cookers – Everett & Loretta Donham; Bear Heart Cookers – Terry & Rhonda Cobb; Busy Bee Cookers – John & Lyla Bybee; Grace Mountain Outfitters – Curtis & Gaye Anne Grace; Mystery Man Cooker – Mark Jacobs; Milcreek Cookers – Jim & Dawn Mills; Sassy Skillets – John & Amber Wyssman; Dog House Cookers – Dewey & Janette Whitaker; Fire & Ice Cookers – Roy & Jo Neal; What’s Cookin – Buster & Cheryl Johnson; Okie Hot Pots – Jerald & Sue Wyssman; Some Call Them Magic Cookies – Lorri Lynn; Trail’s End Cookers – Jerry & Karen Pace; Mike & Christine Hirsch, Randy & Joy Neal, Denise Adams & Kirsti Hawkins, Bill Shipley, Brenda Ormsby, Ginger Fenwick, Rozell Powell, Steve Guthrie.


Charlie Adams Day begins at 9:30 a.m. on the Kay County Courthouse Lawn in Newkirk with plenty of entertainment and activities for all age groups.  For a schedule and more information, check out the website at www.charlieadamsday.com or check us out on Newkirk Main Street

Karen Dye
P.O. Box 235
Newkirk, OK 74647