Main Street Market Day this Saturday, June 22nd

Come spend a blissful morning in Historic Downtown Claremore. Start with the Rogers
County Farmers Market in the parking lot of Rogers County Courthouse they are open from 7am
to 11am. There will be a few food trucks as you move north. Many downtown businesses are
opening at 8 am with Sidewalk Sales, In-store Specials, Sidewalk Arts & Activities and
Refreshments. Something for everyone including free pet vaccinations and pet supplies for pet
owners affected by the tornadoes.


Become a Board Member!

Join the fun and be a part of shaping Downtown! We are currently accepting applications for board members that are:
Representatives of In-District Businesses/Organizations
Members at large – Ideally this person would live and/or work in Claremore and show an interest in the success of our district

If you would like to apply, follow the link below.  The application question “Why do you want to be a Board Member” will be shared with the partnership before they vote. Applications will be accepted until the close of business on Friday, May 24, 2024.

The Claremore Main Street Board Acknowledges Concerns Over Downtown Parklets

Claremore, Oklahoma – February 1, 2024 – The Claremore Main Street Board is addressing the concerns voiced by the community regarding the parklets situated in Downtown Claremore. As stewards of the downtown area, we understand the importance of maintaining a vibrant and welcoming environment for residents, visitors, and businesses alike.

Over the past few weeks, there has been an influx of feedback from various stakeholders regarding the placement and impact of the parklets. The concerns raised encompass a range of issues, including accessibility, traffic flow, and overall aesthetic appeal. The board wants to assure the public that these concerns have not gone unnoticed, and we are committed to finding a resolution that balances the interests of all parties involved.

At present, the Claremore Main Street Board is engaged in ongoing discussions at the board level to explore potential solutions to address the concerns raised. We recognize that any changes made should take into account the diverse needs of our community and ensure that Downtown Claremore, and the Lilac District, remain accessible and inviting to all.

Corporate Olympics – Battle for the Belt

Join us at Food Truck Thursday on September 28th to watch Claremore’s local businesses and industries compete in our annual Corporate Olympics. Who will walk away with the champion belt this year? Teams must sign up to compete, but the public is highly encouraged to come and cheer them on!

Food trucks will be set up, downtown shops will be open late and additional vendors will fill the streets. You don’t want to miss it!

Sailor Antiques Celebrates 10 years in Downtown Claremore

Located in Historic Downtown Claremore, OK, Sailor Antiques & Collectibles has two floors of antiques, vintage, collectibles, home decor, unique gift ideas, architectural salvage and so much more! 

Celebrate their 10 years of business with us on Wednesday February 1, 2023 from 4:00 – 7:00 pm
Join in on special sales shopping, live music, games, children’s entertainment, photo booth, interactive vintage project, chair massage, loyal & linked jewelry, coffee station, kids face painting, refreshments, door prizes, Vintage Market Day ticket giveaway, meet the Sailor Families!


Stop by Sailor and see what treasures you can find for yourself or buy unique gifts for friends and family.

422 W Will Rogers Blvd.



Big changes are happening in The Lilac District, with several new retail and dining locations opening. This weekend, Claremore’s downtown district will welcome another new addition, The Same Page.


The Same Page is an independent, general-trade bookstore focused on community and sharing a love of books. Owner/Operator Katie Varner recently relocated to Claremore and fell in love with downtown during a holiday shopping trip. Varner co-owns the store with her mom, Laura Varner and sister, Kristin Johnstone. 


“Not only does The Lilac District offer residents a unique shopping selection, but business owners are embraced with a sense of community,” said Varner. “The Same Page was inspired by the love of stories my mom, sister, and I share. It has always been a dream of mine to share that love of books with others.” 


In addition to a variety of book genres, customers will also find puzzles, games, toys, stationery items and calendars on the store’s shelves. 


“Our goal is to provide a community-focused gathering space as well as sell books,” said Varner. “Customers should visit us for our curated selection, knowledge, fun environment and enthusiasm for books.” 


The Same Page will host its grand opening celebration on Saturday, January 21, from 10 a.m. to 7:00 p.m. Guests will enjoy refreshments and prize drawings while perusing the store’s wide selection of inventory. 


“There is no better way to kick off 2023 than to celebrate this incredible milestone with Katie and her family,” said Allison Dietzfeld, Executive Director for Claremore Main Street. “I am excited to witness the start of this new adventure for her in Claremore and encourage everyone to stop by and welcome her to The Lilac District.” 


Varner utilized the Claremore Industrial and Economic Development Authority’s (CIEDA) business development services for support during the beginning phases of her business launch. CIEDA’s small business platform centers around providing area entrepreneurs with the tools, training, and resources needed to be successful.


“I am incredibly grateful to Katie for taking a leap of faith and investing in our community,” said Terri May Peters, Business Developer for the Claremore Industrial and Economic Development Authority (CIEDA). “She has an incredible passion for her business and we look forward to supporting her on her small business journey.” 


The Same Page is located at 514 W. Will Rogers Boulevard and will operate Tuesday through Saturday from 10:00 a.m. to 7:00 p.m. Customers can also order online at

“We’d like to thank Terri May Peters for helping us make our dream of opening a bookstore in Claremore possible and our contractor, Mike Pharis of Revive Home Renovation, for making the incredible improvements to our building,” said Varner. “We can’t wait to open our doors and welcome the community in!”

CMS Names New Executive Director

The Claremore Main Street Board of Directors would like to announce the addition of a new Executive Director.

Allison Dietzfeld is a life long resident of Claremore. She has a true passion for her community and is inspired by what the future of Claremore can and will be. Her background provides experience in event management, tourism, marketing and community relations.

Allison prides herself on being involved and making a difference. She currently sits on the leadership team for the Claremore Collective, acts as the Co-Fair Manager for the Rogers County Fair and has been a part of countless event committees over the years. She was awarded the 2021 Leading Lady of the Year Award for Community Supporter.

Along with her husband Jon, Allison is raising her daughter to see and appreciate everything Claremore has to offer. It’s not uncommon to see them as a family volunteering and supporting community activities.

We are looking forward to the leadership Allison will bring to the Main Street organization. Please help us give her a warm welcome!