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Reel Native Video Workshop - American Experience and Comanche College invite you to take part in the Reel Native Video Workshops, a cutting edge storytelling initiative that will be a centerpiece of the forthcoming PBS series WE SHALL REMAIN. The intensive two-day video production workshop will be held July 26 & 27, 2008 at Comanche Nation College. Participants will receive a $500 stipend once their project is completed. Questions or Concerns? Please call Anglica at 617-835-3833.

HOME SCHOOL P.E. & GYMNASTICS Bill Bartley Branch Family YMCA July 11, 18, 25 August 8, 15, 22, 29 Swimming/Water Games (Ages: 3-18, Class time depends upon age) Gymnastics (Ages: 3-18, Class time depends upon age) Self-Defense Class (Home School parents: 10:00 a.m.) Call Kim Beard, Youth Program Director at the Bill Bartley Branch Family YMCA for more information. (940) 761-1000

"For Arts Sake Oklahoma" - at the Museum of the Great Plains July 7-11 9am-12pm Get Along Little Dogies, ages 4-5 The Underground Railroad, ages 6-8 Art-i-Fact Art, ages 9-12 Oklahoma Pottery, ages 12-16 July 7-11 1pm-4pm Oklahoma is OK! July 14-18 9am-12pm Lights! Camera! Action!, ages 6-8 Art-i-Fact Art, ages 9-12 July 14-18 1-4pm Get Along Little Dogies, ages 4-5 Plains Indians, ages 4-5 Grazin' and Groovin', ages 9-11 July 21-25 9am-12pm Life on the Prairie, ages 6-8 Art-i-Fact Art, ages 9-12 Buffalo Soldiers, the Early Years, ages 10-13 Oklahoma Watercolor, ages 12-16 July 21-25 1pm-4pm Cowboys and Cowgirls, ages 4-5 Definition of an Artist, ages 15-18 July 28-Aug 1 9am-12pm Oklahoma is OK!, ages 4-5 Buffalo Soldiers, the Early Years, ages 10-13 Art-i-Fact Art, ages 9-12 July 28-Aug 1 1pm - 4pm Definition of an Artist, ages 15-18 Members $45, non-members $50 per week. includes materials and light snack. For more information contact the Museum of the Great Plains in Lawton.

Free Boating Safety Courses - The OHP, Boating Safety Education Division, is offering FREE safety programs to any group, business, or organization. Classes cover topics including: boating safety, water safety, and boating laws. For more information, or to schedule a program, please contact the OHP at 877-253-2820

Buy tickets for the 2008 OKLAHOMA STATE FAIR - 2008 OKLAHOMA STATE FAIR LIVE! TICKETS GO ON SALE SATURDAY, JULY 12 2008 Oklahoma State Fair Becomes ALIVE! With More Entertainment, More Exhibits, More Food and More Fun for Everyone OKLAHOMA CITY Tickets to this year's liveliest events and attractions, the 2008 Oklahoma State Fair LIVE! will go on sale this Saturday, July 12, at 10 a.m, officials announced. This year's fair opens Thursday, September 11 and runs through Sunday, September 21. "Following on the heels of the very successful Centennial Celebration last year, we are looking forward, with great anticipation, to the second century of the Oklahoma State Fair," said Tim O'Toole, president and general manager of the Oklahoma State Fair. "This year's event is shaping up to rival what we offered last year. We are planning a very large and LIVE! party for the people of Oklahoma. "The 2008 Oklahoma State Fair LIVE! returns with four premier attractions: Disney's High School Musical: The Ice Tour, Beauty & the Bulls, PRCA Rodeo Action and Extreme Monster Truck Nationals. 2008 Oklahoma State Fair LIVE! Opens with Disney's High School Musical: The Ice Tour School is cool again when Disney's High School Musical: The Ice Tour is in session. Starting Thursday, September 11, the 10-show ice production of High School Musical and High School Musical 2 featuring the songs and dance from both smash hit movies and a cast of world-class skaters will keep guests cheering for more. Guests will experience the hottest show on ice. In this new show produced by Feld Entertainment, audiences will celebrate the fusion of sounds, songs, and spectacular dancing of this two act gala show inspired by the Disney Channel's original movie High School Musical and last summer's smash hit sequel High School Musical 2. Kenneth Feld, a Tony Award-winning producer, said, "We brought together a creative dream team who will deliver a top-notch production that celebrates moments from the movies in an ice spectacular that will fill arenas with lights, music, dancing and spirit". Additionally, Rich Ross, president Disney Channel Worldwide, said, "We are so proud to have introduced High School Musical to the world and to see its popularity continue to grow in so many ways. The ice tour is a fantastic way to build upon the experience for its millions of fans worldwide while introducing the music and dancing"

COWBOY SUPPER - (Brisket and all the trimmings) Saturday, July 26, 2008 4:00 P.M. - 7:00 P.M. Sterling Methodist Church Adults $7.00 Children 4 - 12 $3.00 Under 3 years old: Free Come & eat with us before the rodeo

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