Upcoming Events:

Virtual Race Returns!

Grover Center holds second annual Race

Get out and get moving, all while helping Grover Center finish 2021 strong.
For the second year, Grover Center is launching the “Bears of Blue River Virtual Race,” with proceeds going to the work of Grover Center. From now through December 2nd, you can run, walk, or bike your 5k anytime and anywhere you choose. Your $30 registration fee includes a t-shirt and printable bib with the rest going towards our organization! If you register with a group of 5 or more, you each receive a $5 discount.
Not sure where to go? The Blue River Trail, which extends from the boardwalk off of Lee Boulevard in Blue River memorial Park to Habig Street, is a total of 3.8 miles, or just over 5K.
For those wishing to participate but at a shorter distance, we also offer a 1-mile walk/run for $20.
Registration is now open and will close December 1st. We hope you consider racing with us and helping us to continue telling the story of Shelby County for generations to come. Follow the link below and sign up today!


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Classic Grover Events:

Diane Hunter presents "Myaamiaki'Miami people:' a living people with a past

7 p.m. Join us at the historic Strand Theatre as Diane Hunter, the Tribal Preservation Officer for the Miami Tribe of Oklahoma, discuses the Miami Tribe as part of the Shelby County Bicentennial.


38th Annual Festival of Trees Opens Nov. 12th

Volunteers will soon get to work transforming Grover’s Streets of Old Shelby into a winter wonderland which will open to the public on November 12th. This year celebrates the glitz and glamour of the holidays with participants decorating Christmas trees in each of the store fronts in the exhibit. 

Once complete, guests will have the opportunity to tour the exhibit and vote for their favorite tree in our Peoples Choice competition. 

Festival of Trees closes December 30th, 2021.