OKLAHOMA CITY, OK —Spring is a time of rebirth and the Summer season in Indian Country aligns with renewal ceremonies, so it is fitting that James Pepper Henry will become the Museum Director of The American Indian Cultural Center and Museum on June 19, 2017, breathing new life into this worldclass vision at this special
May in the Gardens
Returning Favorites and Some New!
Oklahoma City, OK – the Myriad Gardens will be bringing back event favorites including Dancing in the Gardens, Barre3 Free Community Workouts, Full Moon Ride/Run. The Gardens honors Mothers on Mother’s Day and proudly participates in National Public Gardens Day. We’re also introducing new events such
Miami, Oklahoma —The Miami Arts & Humanities Council, 66 Cultural District and the City of Miami will host their inaugural Mural Fest 66, which will debut five new murals painted by Oklahoma City artists and a local artist at the 500 block of East Central on Saturday, April 29, 2017, 11:00 am to 7:00 pm.
Just in time for spring-time fun in the park, on April 29 Bixby is celebrating the re-opening of Charley Young Event Park. The renovated park was dedicated to Charley Young in 1972, a leader in the park renovation prior to his death, according to Bixby Metro Chamber officials. “Construction to renovate the park began in
Nearly $20,000 was raised Tuesday night for the Children’s Hospital Volunteers during the OKC Financial Forum at OCCC, hosted by Gorton Financial Group. Coach Lou Holtz was keynote of the event.
Jeff Gorton (second from right), president of Gorton Financial Group, presents a $19,289 check to the organization. Pictured from left are Belinda Anderson, Kayla
NextGen Leadership Oklahoma takes to the road each year to spread the word that Oklahoma’s NextGen leaders are eager to engage and grow Oklahoma into the state of choice for Millennials and future generations. The next workshop is at Oaktree Country Club in Edmond on April 26th.
The Success Tour goes to 10-12 communities a
Something historical happened at the Oklahoma History Center in Oklahoma City the evening of February 7, 2017. Twenty young leaders, mostly in their twenties and representing major communities across Oklahoma, met to began forming the first class of statewide ambassadors for the NextGen Leadership Oklahoma movement.
The mission of NextGen Leadership Oklahoma is to inspire
It’s not often that the public has an opportunity to honor a living war veteran and prisoner of war. But that opportunity is available on March 2 at the Broken Arrow Military Center.
According to Jean E. Bailie, executive assistant at the Center, a birthday celebration for Cletys Idell Nordin, of Tulsa, is set for
Continues through Sunday March 26th
OKLAHOMA CITY, Oklahoma – JRB Art at The Elms invites you on a springtime adventure presenting four solo exhibitions featuring four artists with strong connections to the University of Oklahoma: Tom Toperzer, Todd Stewart, Haley Prestifilippo and Jason Cytacki. The exhibitions open with an evening reception from 6:00 – 10:00
March 10 and 11
Fundraising Event Aimed to Support Eufaula Downtown Revitalization
EUFAULA, Okla., February 13, 2017 — Vision Eufaula, a volunteer group of citizens and business owners created to revitalize downtown Eufaula, will host its first annual Spring Break Festival featuring food, live music and entertainment on March 10 and 11.
The two-day event