Around Town

Sat. September 17 or October 29
Paint with watercolors creating a wonderful ocean scene. You will use washes and layers to create depth and detail. Everyone will be surprised at your creation!
Location: Edmond Fine Arts Inst.
Contact: 340-4481
Times: 10 – noon
Grades: 1st – 5th
Fee: $22
Teacher: Rebecca Collins

Monday, September. 19
Take a swing at helping with gorilla conservation with the Oklahoma Chapter of the American Association of Zoo Keepers (AAZK) at the 3rd annual “Gorilla Golf Tournament.” Join AAZK on Monday, September 19 at Coffee Creek Golf Club, located at 4000 North Kelley in Edmond, to help save our endangered friends. To register or for more information, contact Debi Mangrum at (405) 425-0259.

School House Social
September. 24, 2005
Join the Edmond Historical Society for an old fashion Schoolhouse Social. The Social is being held in conjunction with the ‘First Schoolhouse in Edmond’ exhibit. A tour of the recently restored Edmond schoolhouse will be conducted. Phone: (405) 340-0078
Location: Edmond Historical Society Museum

Route 66 Classics in the Park Show
September. 24, 2005
Discover and admire some the finer automobiles created in the early 1900s.
Location: Hafer Park
Contact: 341-3554
Portraits of Moral Courage September 14, 2005
10am-4pm, UCO Campus-wide, Locations TBD
The Dept. of Theatre, Dance and Media Arts along with UCO International Students present a series of moving tributes inspired by the United States Holocaust Memorial Museum’s traveling exhibit “The Nazi Persecution of Homosexuals 1933-45,” visiting OKC Sept. 12-24. Call (405) 974-5511.

The Passion of
Dracula by Bob Hull and David Richmond September 22-25
7:30pm, September 22-24 and 2pm, September 25, Mitchell Hall Theater located at UCO.
Ve vant to scare you a bit early! The famed blood-sucking Count velcomes you! He vill get your pulse pounding vith laughs and your skin crawling vith chills! For tickets, call (405) 974-3375.

The UCO Invitational Marching Band Festival
September 24, 2005
Check out the new state-of-the-art Wantland Stadium and hear some of the best marching bands in the region. Activities will take place at Wantland Stadium located at UCO. The event lasts all day. For more information, call (405) 974- 3428.

UCO Chamber of Orchestra Concert
September 27, 2005
Location: UCO Jazz Lab
Time: 7:30pm
Call (405) 974-5004.

“well, hello dolly”
September 12, 19, 26
A hands-on doll-making class that allows creativity and authenticity to come together to create a delightful African doll that will be uniquely yours! Choose your material, pattern a necklace, choose a hair style, and decorate it with final touches that will reflect your personality through a beautiful doll you make with your own hands…from tip to toe!
3 week class.
Time: 4–5:00pm
K – 2nd grades
Fee: $32
Teacher: Colleen Lasiello
Location: Edmond Fine Arts Inst.
Cell: 340-4481

September 15, 22, 29
Four separate basic art classes will take students through Fall I and Fall II as they study specific techniques. Excellent series for beginning and intermediate students. Sign up for any or all.
Location: Edmond Fine Arts Inst.
Contact: 340-4481
Thursdays: 4 – 5:30
1) Landscape – Sept. 1,8,15
2) Portraits – Sept. 22, 29, Oct. 6
Grades: 1st – 5th
Fee: $45 each class
Teacher: Kim Pagonis

Fins and Feathers Show
Through October 31
Discover the Zoo’s Fins and Feathers Show! Midge and Moe, the Zoo’s California sea lions and their feathered friends will amaze you with their talents.
Shows at the Noble Aquatic Center Performance Arena through October 31.
COST: Adults (12 and older) $2.00, Children (3-11) $1.00, Children 2 and under free
Call (405) 425-0264 for times.

Rain in Color
September 8-October 9
Experience the vibrancy of color in these whimsical oil & watercolor creations by local artist Abby Simons.
Location: Donna Nigh Gallery at UCO, Fourth Floor Gallery.
Call (405) 974-2432.

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