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Things to do this weekend!

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

Sign up for Komen Wichita Falls Race for the Cure, 5K and one mile run/walk. Begins between 6th and 7th Streets on Lamar - East of the Wichita County Courthouse. Saturday, Oct. 11 at 8am. Registration forms available at North Texas Ford Dealers, DesignWorks, Times Record News, Sikes Senter Mall, Skyline Developers, United Supermarkets, YMCA, WF Health Dept., Starbucks, or online at Various awards presented upon completion of race. 75% of proceeds to fund education, screening, and treatment programs locally. 25% to support the Komen Foundation's National Grant Program for research dedicated to breast cancer. Call 940-692-2331 with more questions.

Open Enrollment Children's Art Studio Fall 2008 Enrollment: August 27 - October 11 Classes: October 11 - November 15 (Lawton, OK) Open enrollment for Children's Art Studio will begin August 27 and run through October 11. This program previously known as the School of the Arts is in its sixth year. Only the name has changed, it is still the same great program! Classes begin October 11 at the Town Hall/Carnegie Library, 5th & B Avenue located in downtown Lawton and run through November 15. The program is designed for student's in grades three through six. Six classes (sessions) meet each Saturday, 9:00 am to noon (light snack provided). Three sessions focus on pottery and three sessions focus on sketching and painting. In addition, students are taught art vocabulary, color theory, and to how to care and clean art supplies. Students are also taught art exhibit etiquette for their own show to be held Tuesday, November 18 from 5-6:30 pm in the McMahon Memorial Auditorium Lobby. Tuition is $30/semester and scholarships are available (limited first come first serve basis). Registration forms will be available online at or at the Arts & Humanities Division office, 801 NW Ferris, located at the west entrance of McMahon Memorial Auditorium. Office hours are 8am-12 noon and 1-5 pm, Monday â€" Friday. The program is sponsored by the National Endowment for the Arts, Oklahoma Arts Council, City of Lawton, Lawton Arts and Humanities Council, and the Lawton Public School System. For more information, call 580-581-3470 or 581-3471. Or email us at

Woofie Animal Rescue is having its first Annual Enormous Garage Sale and Pet Adoption, Sept. 5-7. Free hot dogs and sodas, professional groomers on site. Freckles the clown and Crazy Critters Petting Zoo, Sat. 10am-4pm. Proceeds to Woofie Animal Rescue. Located off of Highway 7 between Lawton and Duncan. Look for signs and balloons.

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

Sunday, Sept. 07, 2008 2-4 PM Vintage Doll Show & Contest (Call Ginny at 467-6971 for info about bringing your old doll(s) to show) Horseshoe Pitching Refreshment Booth (Lemonade, bottled water, and homemade goodies for sale) Vintage Automobiles on Display (Duncan, Lawton & Chickasha) MED EVAC HELICOPTER on Site for viewing Take a trip back in time with us !

Casting Call - Producers of the feature film "Pearl" will have an open call for extras this Sunday, September 7 in Guthrie, OK. Anyone and everyone, no matter the age, shape, size or race, is encouraged to attend to be considered to appear in the film.  "Pearl" is the true story of Oklahoman Pearl Carter Scott, a Chickasaw native, who at the age of 12 was befriended by famed aviator Wiley Post.  After giving her a ride in his plane, and at the encouragement of her father, Post set Pearl up with flying lessons. By 13 she was a commercial pilot and performed as a barnstormer in county fairs. She also flew businessmen, including her father, to meetings across Oklahoma in the late 1920s and early 1930s. She remains the youngest licensed pilot in America, and is one of only two people, besides Post, allowed to fly his prized plane, the Winnie Mae. The film is suitable for all audiences.

"Pearl" will be shot in areas around Guthrie, Oklahoma City, Goldsby and McComb from September 13 until October 9.  The open call for extras will be held from 12:00 pm - 5:00 pm at The Pollard Inn, 124 W. Harrison in Guthrie. Applicants will be asked to fill out a brief info sheet to provide availability and contact information. A photo will be taken of each person applying.

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