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  • Bartlesville Sunfest 2019

    3:00 PM-5:00 PM
    Jun/01/19

    420 S Madison Blvd, Bartlesville, OK 74006, USA

    420 S Madison Blvd, Bartlesville, OK 74006, USA

    “Oklahoma’s Biggest Outdoor Picnic” returns for a long weekend May 31 through June 2, 2019 with its trademark combination of:

    A relaxed, family picnic atmosphere, quality and cost-free entertainment, a diverse range of arts and crafts, creative activities for children, terrific food in abundant variety, and an eye-popping car show.

    This premier arts & entertainment festival – now in its 37th year – is held in Sooner Park located at Madison Boulevard and Tuxedo Avenue in Bartlesville, Oklahoma. Parking is available in several lots near the park.

    All types of musical entertainment will return to Sunfest this year. Jazz, rhythm and blues, rock, bluegrass, contemporary Christian, and original music variations will fill Sooner Park with sound all three days. In all, nearly three dozen groups and individuals will provide free entertainment on three stages throughout the park.

    Our Arts and Crafts Marketplace will feature items such as paintings, sculptures, drawings, wearable art, stained glass, woodcraft, and wooden toys. Items are unique and affordable!

    Youthfest is an attraction designed especially for children of all ages. Several games and crafts will be available for the kiddos. Again, it’s all free!

    Over a dozen food vendors will be at Sunfest offering a wide menu from traditional down-home favorites to ethnic specialties. The large Sunfest Dining Tent, provides a restful location to enjoy a meal and watch the passing crowd.

  • Southwest Playhouse “The Miracle Worker”

    7:30 PM-10:30 PM
    Jun/01/19

    508 Nowahy Ave, Clinton, OK 73601, USA

    508 Nowahy Ave, Clinton, OK 73601, USA

    Helen is a bright, strong, energetic child — but left both blind and deaf in the wake of an illness as a baby, she is also a feral, frustrated mystery to her exhausted family. Her heartbroken mother Kate is Helen’s best protector, while her half-brother James wants to send Helen to an institution, and her father Arthur Keller, a former Captain in the Confederate Army, is worried for the safety of their new baby. As a last resort, the Kellers send for a governess from the the prestigious Perkins Institute for the Blind, and get Annie Sullivan, a lively and stubborn Yankee girl, barely out of school herself, with the experience of childhood blindness — now cured, after numerous operations — and the title of valedictorian her main recommendations. Driven by the demons of her traumatic past, Annie, the unlikely Miracle Worker, fights to reach Helen and bring light to the darkness of her mind. But faced with the well-meaning pity of the Kellers, the curious sneers of James, and the fearful, furious trickery of Helen herself, it will take all of Annie’s patience, creativity, and firmness of spirit to bring about the transformation of Helen, the trapped wild creature, into Helen, the brilliant and communicative child she could become. In William Gibson’s riveting prose, one of the great miracles of the 19th century has become one of the great stage plays of the 20th, as past and present, fact and mere conjecture, are woven together in a thrilling and heart-rending drama. Universal sorrows, family bonds, and the strength of the human spirit are explored in the amazing true story of two remarkable women.

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  • Southwest Playhouse “The Miracle Worker”

    2:00 PM-5:00 PM
    Jun/02/19

    508 Nowahy Ave, Clinton, OK 73601, USA

    508 Nowahy Ave, Clinton, OK 73601, USA

    Helen is a bright, strong, energetic child — but left both blind and deaf in the wake of an illness as a baby, she is also a feral, frustrated mystery to her exhausted family. Her heartbroken mother Kate is Helen’s best protector, while her half-brother James wants to send Helen to an institution, and her father Arthur Keller, a former Captain in the Confederate Army, is worried for the safety of their new baby. As a last resort, the Kellers send for a governess from the the prestigious Perkins Institute for the Blind, and get Annie Sullivan, a lively and stubborn Yankee girl, barely out of school herself, with the experience of childhood blindness — now cured, after numerous operations — and the title of valedictorian her main recommendations. Driven by the demons of her traumatic past, Annie, the unlikely Miracle Worker, fights to reach Helen and bring light to the darkness of her mind. But faced with the well-meaning pity of the Kellers, the curious sneers of James, and the fearful, furious trickery of Helen herself, it will take all of Annie’s patience, creativity, and firmness of spirit to bring about the transformation of Helen, the trapped wild creature, into Helen, the brilliant and communicative child she could become. In William Gibson’s riveting prose, one of the great miracles of the 19th century has become one of the great stage plays of the 20th, as past and present, fact and mere conjecture, are woven together in a thrilling and heart-rending drama. Universal sorrows, family bonds, and the strength of the human spirit are explored in the amazing true story of two remarkable women.

  • Bartlesville Sunfest 2019

    3:00 PM-5:00 PM
    Jun/02/19

    420 S Madison Blvd, Bartlesville, OK 74006, USA

    420 S Madison Blvd, Bartlesville, OK 74006, USA

    “Oklahoma’s Biggest Outdoor Picnic” returns for a long weekend May 31 through June 2, 2019 with its trademark combination of:

    A relaxed, family picnic atmosphere, quality and cost-free entertainment, a diverse range of arts and crafts, creative activities for children, terrific food in abundant variety, and an eye-popping car show.

    This premier arts & entertainment festival – now in its 37th year – is held in Sooner Park located at Madison Boulevard and Tuxedo Avenue in Bartlesville, Oklahoma. Parking is available in several lots near the park.

    All types of musical entertainment will return to Sunfest this year. Jazz, rhythm and blues, rock, bluegrass, contemporary Christian, and original music variations will fill Sooner Park with sound all three days. In all, nearly three dozen groups and individuals will provide free entertainment on three stages throughout the park.

    Our Arts and Crafts Marketplace will feature items such as paintings, sculptures, drawings, wearable art, stained glass, woodcraft, and wooden toys. Items are unique and affordable!

    Youthfest is an attraction designed especially for children of all ages. Several games and crafts will be available for the kiddos. Again, it’s all free!

    Over a dozen food vendors will be at Sunfest offering a wide menu from traditional down-home favorites to ethnic specialties. The large Sunfest Dining Tent, provides a restful location to enjoy a meal and watch the passing crowd.

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  • Women’s Weekly Scramble

    6:00 PM-8:00 PM
    Jun/04/19

    6755 US-81, Duncan, OK 73533, USA

    6755 US-81, Duncan, OK 73533, USA

    Every Tuesday Evening in Duncan, Oklahoma.

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  • Men’s Weekly Scramble

    6:00 PM-8:00 PM
    Jun/06/19

    6755 US-81, Duncan, OK 73533, USA

    6755 US-81, Duncan, OK 73533, USA

    Every Thursday Evening in Duncan, Oklahoma.

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  • Southwest Playhouse “The Miracle Worker”

    7:30 PM-10:30 PM
    Jun/07/19

    508 Nowahy Ave, Clinton, OK 73601, USA

    508 Nowahy Ave, Clinton, OK 73601, USA

    Helen is a bright, strong, energetic child — but left both blind and deaf in the wake of an illness as a baby, she is also a feral, frustrated mystery to her exhausted family. Her heartbroken mother Kate is Helen’s best protector, while her half-brother James wants to send Helen to an institution, and her father Arthur Keller, a former Captain in the Confederate Army, is worried for the safety of their new baby. As a last resort, the Kellers send for a governess from the the prestigious Perkins Institute for the Blind, and get Annie Sullivan, a lively and stubborn Yankee girl, barely out of school herself, with the experience of childhood blindness — now cured, after numerous operations — and the title of valedictorian her main recommendations. Driven by the demons of her traumatic past, Annie, the unlikely Miracle Worker, fights to reach Helen and bring light to the darkness of her mind. But faced with the well-meaning pity of the Kellers, the curious sneers of James, and the fearful, furious trickery of Helen herself, it will take all of Annie’s patience, creativity, and firmness of spirit to bring about the transformation of Helen, the trapped wild creature, into Helen, the brilliant and communicative child she could become. In William Gibson’s riveting prose, one of the great miracles of the 19th century has become one of the great stage plays of the 20th, as past and present, fact and mere conjecture, are woven together in a thrilling and heart-rending drama. Universal sorrows, family bonds, and the strength of the human spirit are explored in the amazing true story of two remarkable women.

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  • Southwest Playhouse “The Miracle Worker”

    7:30 PM-10:30 PM
    Jun/08/19

    508 Nowahy Ave, Clinton, OK 73601, USA

    508 Nowahy Ave, Clinton, OK 73601, USA

    Helen is a bright, strong, energetic child — but left both blind and deaf in the wake of an illness as a baby, she is also a feral, frustrated mystery to her exhausted family. Her heartbroken mother Kate is Helen’s best protector, while her half-brother James wants to send Helen to an institution, and her father Arthur Keller, a former Captain in the Confederate Army, is worried for the safety of their new baby. As a last resort, the Kellers send for a governess from the the prestigious Perkins Institute for the Blind, and get Annie Sullivan, a lively and stubborn Yankee girl, barely out of school herself, with the experience of childhood blindness — now cured, after numerous operations — and the title of valedictorian her main recommendations. Driven by the demons of her traumatic past, Annie, the unlikely Miracle Worker, fights to reach Helen and bring light to the darkness of her mind. But faced with the well-meaning pity of the Kellers, the curious sneers of James, and the fearful, furious trickery of Helen herself, it will take all of Annie’s patience, creativity, and firmness of spirit to bring about the transformation of Helen, the trapped wild creature, into Helen, the brilliant and communicative child she could become. In William Gibson’s riveting prose, one of the great miracles of the 19th century has become one of the great stage plays of the 20th, as past and present, fact and mere conjecture, are woven together in a thrilling and heart-rending drama. Universal sorrows, family bonds, and the strength of the human spirit are explored in the amazing true story of two remarkable women.

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  • Southwest Playhouse “The Miracle Worker”

    2:00 PM-5:00 PM
    Jun/09/19

    508 Nowahy Ave, Clinton, OK 73601, USA

    508 Nowahy Ave, Clinton, OK 73601, USA

    Helen is a bright, strong, energetic child — but left both blind and deaf in the wake of an illness as a baby, she is also a feral, frustrated mystery to her exhausted family. Her heartbroken mother Kate is Helen’s best protector, while her half-brother James wants to send Helen to an institution, and her father Arthur Keller, a former Captain in the Confederate Army, is worried for the safety of their new baby. As a last resort, the Kellers send for a governess from the the prestigious Perkins Institute for the Blind, and get Annie Sullivan, a lively and stubborn Yankee girl, barely out of school herself, with the experience of childhood blindness — now cured, after numerous operations — and the title of valedictorian her main recommendations. Driven by the demons of her traumatic past, Annie, the unlikely Miracle Worker, fights to reach Helen and bring light to the darkness of her mind. But faced with the well-meaning pity of the Kellers, the curious sneers of James, and the fearful, furious trickery of Helen herself, it will take all of Annie’s patience, creativity, and firmness of spirit to bring about the transformation of Helen, the trapped wild creature, into Helen, the brilliant and communicative child she could become. In William Gibson’s riveting prose, one of the great miracles of the 19th century has become one of the great stage plays of the 20th, as past and present, fact and mere conjecture, are woven together in a thrilling and heart-rending drama. Universal sorrows, family bonds, and the strength of the human spirit are explored in the amazing true story of two remarkable women.

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  • Women’s Weekly Scramble

    6:00 PM-8:00 PM
    Jun/11/19

    6755 US-81, Duncan, OK 73533, USA

    6755 US-81, Duncan, OK 73533, USA

    Every Tuesday Evening in Duncan, Oklahoma.

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  • Men’s Weekly Scramble

    6:00 PM-8:00 PM
    Jun/13/19

    6755 US-81, Duncan, OK 73533, USA

    6755 US-81, Duncan, OK 73533, USA

    Every Thursday Evening in Duncan, Oklahoma.

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  • SWOSU’s Alumni & Friends Golf Tournament

    8:00 AM-2:00 PM
    Jun/14/19

    10060 N2430 Rd, Weatherford, OK 73096, USA

    10060 N2430 Rd, Weatherford, OK 73096, USA

    SWOSU’s Alumni & Friends Golf Tournament – This event is back by popular demand! 4-Man scramble held at Prairie West Golf Course in Weatherford! Join us for gold, food and fellowship! Contact the SWOSU Foundation Office for more info!

    Jessica Perry
    580-774-3287
    jessica.perry@swosu.edu

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  • Women’s Weekly Scramble

    6:00 PM-8:00 PM
    Jun/18/19

    6755 US-81, Duncan, OK 73533, USA

    6755 US-81, Duncan, OK 73533, USA

    Every Tuesday Evening in Duncan, Oklahoma.

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  • Men’s Weekly Scramble

    6:00 PM-8:00 PM
    Jun/20/19

    6755 US-81, Duncan, OK 73533, USA

    6755 US-81, Duncan, OK 73533, USA

    Every Thursday Evening in Duncan, Oklahoma.

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  • Women’s Weekly Scramble

    6:00 PM-8:00 PM
    Jun/25/19

    6755 US-81, Duncan, OK 73533, USA

    6755 US-81, Duncan, OK 73533, USA

    Every Tuesday Evening in Duncan, Oklahoma.

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  • Men’s Weekly Scramble

    6:00 PM-8:00 PM
    Jun/27/19

    6755 US-81, Duncan, OK 73533, USA

    6755 US-81, Duncan, OK 73533, USA

    Every Thursday Evening in Duncan, Oklahoma.

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