Around Town

Be Aware
Addressing the high rate of incarcerated Oklahoma women, Oklahoma Christian University and the George Kaiser Family Foundation will host a Women Incarcerated Summit on Jan. 26 at 11:30 a.m. For more information or to RSVP, contact Brian Bush with OCU Academy of Leadership and Liberty at [email protected] or visit www.oc.edu/academy.

Food Challenge: Will You Accept?
Habaneros on Waterloo and Broadway is challenging its customers to devour a giant three pound burrito stuffed with beans, rice, chorizo, beef, pork, a mixture of peppers and topped with chili sauce. The burrito comes with a platter of rice and beans and you have to eat all the food on both plates in 30 minutes without leaving the table. Winners get a picture
on the wall of flame, a t-shirt and your meal is free. Call 359-3319 for more details.

Stay Educated
Check out “Darwin at the Museum” and “Drawing the Motmot: An Artist’s View of Tropical Nature” at the Sam Noble Oklahoma Museum of Natural History through Jan. 18. See field sketches, paintings and commentary of nature artist Deborah Kaspari and a complete set of first-editions of Darwin’s work. Visit snomnh.ou.edu for more information.   

Curriculum Fair
Mount St. Mary’s Catholic High School is holding a curriculum fair for prospective students and their parents to come learn more about the school’s programs. Stop by 2801 S. Shartel in Oklahoma City on Jan. 17 at 1:00 p.m. or call 631-8865 for
more details.

We’ve Moved!
Smith Medical has recently moved their store front location at 171 East 33rd. They’re open Monday through Friday 8:00 a.m.-5:00 p.m. Call 285-9888 for more information.

Dementia Public Awareness Workshop
Touchmark at Coffee Creek will host a half-day community workshop on Feb. 3 from 12:30-4:30 p.m. on the topic of dementia. This event will be offered to the public at no cost and will present information specifically related to memory care. To register go to www.edmondmemorycare.com or call 340-1975.

40th Anniversary
Heritage Hall is celebrating 40 years of excellence with three curriculum events at 6 :00 p.m. on Jan. 15 for the upper school, Jan. 22 for the middle school and Feb. 10 for the lower school. The school is located at 1800 NW 122nd St. Call 749-3002 or visit www.heritagehall.com.

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