Check out our quick list of local activities and entertainment to make the most of your weekend.

1. The Quapaw Tribe of Oklahoma is hosting its annual Pow Wow with celebrations beginning the morning of Saturday, July 1 at the Quapaw Pow Wow Grounds/Beaver Springs Park, 5681 S. 630 Rd. in Quapaw. The four-day event begins with a flag raising each day at 7 a.m. Go out and enjoy vendors, games, children's activities, dress and dance contests and more.

2. The Wyandotte Nation will host its annual fireworks display from 6 to 11 p.m. on Friday, June 30 at the Wyandotte Pow Wow grounds at 69563 U.S. Highway 60, a half-mile west of Indigo Sky Casino. Live music, vendors, and a fireworks display will fill the evening. The event and parking are free to the public.

3. The 50th Annual Huckleberry Festival, which kicked off last weekend resumes on Friday, June 30, with the start of the RFC Music Fest and the Carnival in Jay. Activities run through Tuesday, July 4 with most events happening Saturday, July 1. Another addition to this year's festival is the expanded Arts and Crafts Show Saturday and Sunday at the Delaware County Community Center. For more information, call the Jay Chamber of Commerce office at 918-253-8698.

4. This week’s big movies are “Despicable Me 3,” a PG film, starring Steve Carrell as the voice of both brothers, and “The House” rated R and starring Will Ferrell and Amy Poehler as parents who start an illegal casino in their basement after spending their daughter’s college fund; and acclaimed director Edgar Wright’s R-rated crime thriller “Baby Driver” about a young getaway driver who finds himself taking part in a heist doomed to fail.

5. While grilling and Independence Day celebrations are sure to fill much of your weekend, don't forget about The Wimbledon Championships already underway (you can watch them on ESPN) while the Tour de France starts rolling on Saturday, July 1. If you have cable, you can watch the Tour de France live on NBC Sports and the NBC Sports Network, but you’ll have to get up early as the broadcast starts around 6:30 a.m. Central.