Rooster Days presented by TTCU Federal Credit Union has events all weekend!
Join us for the parade, our cornhole tournament, the 5k & 1mi. fun runs, and more!
The parade will be held on Saturday morning, May 20 at 10:00am.
The parade heads straight down Main, starting on College and ending on Mason Drive. For a full parade route, click here.
5K & 1MI. FUN RUN
The 5k race will start at Veterans Park on Main, on Saturday morning, May 20 at 7:30am. The 1-mile fun run will start at 7:35am.
Join our race host, Fleet Feet Sport Broken Arrow, at one of Broken Arrow's favorite races. Rosco kicks off the 5k and 1-mile fun run every year and cheers the runners on from the sidelines.
The tournament will be held, at Central Park on Main, on Saturday afternoon, May 20 at 4:00pm.
Get your throwing arm ready to participate in the 6th annual Rooster Days Cornhole Tournament! This double-elimination tournament will pit you against the best for a chance to win cash, trophies, and prizes!
$50 per team through April 20th
$60 per team after April 20th
Two-person teams / double elimination tournament
Cornhole boards and bags will be provided by the Rooster Days Committee
Cash Prizes will be awarded to 1st, 2nd, and 3rd place
Prizes include one set of boards for each player on the winning team as well as trophies *Cash payouts are determined by the number of teams registered*
**Teams will be admitted on a
first registered, first served basis.**
Click here for the Cornhole Tournament Rules
& Conduct Policy.
The 2023 Rooster Days Egg Hunt will kick off on May 1st!
A pre-Rooster Days event organized by the Rotary Club of Broken Arrow, a 501(c)3 corporation. This fun public contest has been sponsored by the Chamber of Commerce for many years and has a large number of followers, eagerly seeking each clue and bringing recognition to the businesses sponsoring the contest.
HOW IS THE ROOSTER EGG FOUND?– The location of the hidden “Rooster Egg” will be gradually revealed by “clues” announced through the media, posted on clue sponsors’ social media, and on the Rotary Club website: www.barotary.org.