Draper Farms Headquarters has held many events throughout the years. Listed below are just a few of our top rated events from the past few years:
"Panhandle Pheasant Fest" 2006 - Pheasant Hunt hosted by Guymon Chamber of Commerce
At this event guests were invited for a 3 day event where they learned how to hunt for pheasants. On the first day, there was sporting clays/skeet shooting where guests shot targets introducing them to what it would be like if they were shooting the real thing. The next day a business/professional hunt was held, and on the third day there was a legislative hunt and another round of business/professional hunt.
Santa Fe Trail Symposium - Traders & the Spanish Influence hosted by Guymon Area Arts and Humanities Commission
This event was free and open to the public in order to bring Arts and Humanities to the area, while celebrating the Santa Fe Trail. There were re-enactment, scholars, artifacts, and dancers, all helping to teach guests about the Spanish influence.
Panhandle Ag Appreciation Days 2010 - Reception and Ag Forum
During this two-day event, the first day was held at Draper's Headquarters for the reception and Ag Forum where guests could speak with elected officials, as well as, other state agencies. The event was sponsored by various local companies including, Bank of Panhandle, EPIC Touch, Farm Credit, and Seaboard foods, City National Bank, and MidFirst Bank.
USDA's Farm Service Agency Earth Day 2005
Open to the public, this event commemorated the anniversary of "Black Sunday", when on April 14, 1935 a wall of dust covered the Oklahoma Panhandle. Guests heard first-hand accounts of what happened on this day, and meteorologists, historian, and soil conservationists presented information about what happened on "Black Sunday" and how it effected the area. This dust went as far as Washington, D.C.