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Things to do this weekend!

Mommy & Me Ballet - Lawton City Ballet (LCB) is a 501(c)(3) nonprofit organization dedicated to dance education, training and performance. They are currently offering several class time slots for 'Ladies of a Certain Age at the Barre,' a beginning-level class for women: Tuesdays from 7-8pm; Wednesdays from 6-7pm, and Thursday mornings from 9-10am. Ballet is a great way to get in shape and stay in shape while improving strength, flexibility and balance. LCB also offers 'Mommy and Me' classes for two and three year-olds as well as 'Tiny Tots,' Pre-Ballet, and beginning thru advanced level ballet classes. And now, LCB offers morning classes for home-school groups. For complete information on available classes, schedules and fees please call (580) 357-2700 or email lcballet@hotmail.com

35th Annual Craft Harvest "The Big One" Fri. 4-8pm, Sat. 10am-8pm, Sunday noon-5pm. Over 200 Craft Booths Expo Building, Comanche County Fairgrounds, 920 S. Sheridan Rd. FREE ADMISSION.

Tickets for the Fort Sill Museum's annual Candlelight Stroll are now available at the post's Museum Administrative Office. The event is free and open to the public but tickets are required. The Fort Sill National Historic Landmark and Museum will host the tour of the 1870â€TMs Army post on Sunday, Dec. 14. The National Historic Landmark boasts 49 buildings dating from the late 19th century which comprises the most complete frontier fort in existence from the Indian Wars period. Volunteers will escort groups on an evening stroll by candlelight around the old Quadrangle visiting four locations; the Museum Interpretive Center, the Sherman House, the Cavalry Barracks, and Guardhouse. Special interpreters, including "Buffalo Soldiers," law enforcement officers, and pioneer women, will present the history at each location. Artillery, Infantry and Cavalry soldiers from the late 1800â€TMs will also be present. The first Post Commander and his wife, Col. and Mrs. Benjamin Grierson, will also be present to welcome everyone. The action begins and ends at the Interpretive Center (B435) on the SE corner of the Quadrangle where guests will be served hot cider and cookies among the vintage Christmas decorations and cutter sleigh displayed in the Visitor's Center. The 1870â€TMs housing on the east and north sides of the Quadrangle will also be specially decorated for the event. Additional refreshments will be available in the Cavalry Barracks Mess Hall. The Interpretive Center opens at 6 p.m. with tours beginning every 15 minutes from 6:15 to 7:15 p.m. Each tour, consisting of about 20 people, will last about one hour. Tickets will be marked according to the tour start time. No children under ten years of age will be allowed. Participants must be able to walk at a brisk pace and climb stairs. Tickets are free but limited and are available from the Museum Administrative Office, (B437) at 437 NW Quanah Road, or by calling (580) 442-5123, Monday through Friday, 7:30 a.m. to 4 p.m.

Phone book recycling - LPS students help public dispose of phone books Schools in Lawton are teaming with AT&T to help local residents find the answer to an annual November question: ‘What do I do with this old phone book?' The Lawton Public Schools has agreed to participate in Project ReDirectory, AT&T's annual drive to collect and recycle copies of phone directories, rather than see them make their way to landfills where they take up unnecessary space. AT&T began distributing the 2008-2009 version of The Real Yellow Pages to Lawton homes and businesses last week. Distribution will continue through the remainder of the month. Meanwhile, LPS schools are acting as collection sites for the 2007-2008 and older versions of the phone book. Customers can drop off their phone books at the school, where they will be collected and then turned over for recycling. AT&T has generously offered cash incentives to the schools that collect the greatest numbers of phone books. In addition to the school collection sites, the City of Lawton has placed large collection bins at all three high schools, as well as at Cameron University. High school bins are located at Eisenhower High (along 52nd Street south of the school), at Lawton High (in the parking lot of Ferris Avenue east of the main building), and at MacArthur High (off Gore Boulevard in the parking lot west of the main entrance). These bins have large signs on them indicating they are reserved for Project ReDirectory. Any type of phone book can be placed in the bins. Schools will accept phone books for recycling until Dec. 5.

The Earlybird Family would like to invite all to our Thanksgiving Dinner, at the Earlybird Cafe located at 406 Soth Lee Blvd Lawton Oklahoma 73501 We are planning on 500 meals, we ask the those that would like to join us RSVP 580-355-5544. We will start feeding at 11:00AM and stop at 2:00 pm, or until the food runs out. Turkey, Ham, Mash Potatoes, Dressing, Gravey, Green Beans, ButterCorn, Hot Rolls, Pumpkin pie, Choc/Yellow CakeFrost Ya Fanny Fun Run - PRE REGISTER BY NOV. 17. Candy cane chase begins at 5.15 pm - kids compete against Santa Claus. 5k/1mile begins at 6PM. Post race party after race, awards presentation. For more information call 580-581-3400.

Christmas at Santa Rosa Café - Division of Sweet Adelines International. 2nd annual fall show. "Christmas at the Santa Rosa Cafe". It will be fun filled Barbershop with other music acts as well. Guest performers will include Lawton Harmony Chorus and the North Texas Men's Chorus from Wichita Falls. The date is November 22, 2008 at 7:00pm at the Wilbarger Memorial Auditorium in Vernon, Tx. Thank you - Merlien Bishop - President of the Santa Rosa Belles Chorus in Vernon, Texas.

We are planning our 1st Annual Rockin' the Falls Charity Concert and Car/Truck Show for Saturday, 22 November at the Hangar MD, located off Sheppard access rd (1119 N. Central Fwy-south of SAFB). The event will run from 1pm to 1am….six local rock bands will be featured and will play throughout the day. The last band of the evening is one of the military's very own ‘Ammo Road' (a group of military guys from the munitions squadron on base). In addition, we will be holding a custom car/truck show. The cost for the event is $15.00. A flyer is attached advertising the event. The event is being held to help raise funds that Miss Fannie's will use to support the numerous spay/neuter surgeries and vaccinations of feral cats in the community, and to provide financial assistance/help to low income families unable to pay for spay/neuter/vaccinations and preventive health services for their pets. Miss Fannie's also provides assistance in medical emergencies if needed, and if funds are available. Proceeds will also be used to pay for food/litter/bedding/vet care for our fosters, until they are adopted. We are working closely with city officials to develop a feral cat ordinance for the community, which will make it legal for caretakers to feed and monitor feral/stray cat colonies without fear of reprisal or fines. Miss Fannie's is looking at all options to advertise the event, which will hopefully generate a huge interest. This fundraiser is very important to us, and will most likely be our largest one of the year.

CU Open Auditions - The Cameron University Department of Theatre Arts continues its season of Celebrating the Cameron University Centennial with Athol Fugard's ‘My Children! My Africa!' Open auditions for the production are scheduled for Sunday, November 23 and Tuesday, November 25 at 7 p.m. The auditions will take place in the Cameron University Studio Theatre and are open to the entire Lawton-Fort Sill community. Roles for this production are a Caucasian female (late teens to early 20s), a black male (late teen to early 20s) and a black male (late 30s to late 40s). A profoundly stirring tale, ‘My Children! My Africa!' examines the power of learning and the potency of words, ideas and hope in a time of heightened political and social unrest as a dedicated black teacher in a segregated township is determined to pair his most gifted student with an enthusiastic white schoolgirl in an English literature competition. Friendships become colored by impassioned debates, and the three characters struggle to find understanding amidst South Africa's racial and social divides. Performance dates for the production are February 12-15, 2009. For more information, contact the CU Theatre Arts Department at 581-2346.

Feed the Needy food drive - Saturday and Sunday, Braggin' Rights car club is holding a Feed the Needy food drive to benefit the Salvation Army Food Bank. The event will be held at all three Lawton Country Mart locations. Please stop by and donate non perishable food items.

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