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17 • Tuesday

The Texas Gypsies at the Bruce Owen Theatre, (formerly OCCC Theatre) 7pm. Hot Jazz with a touch of Texas Swing. Tickets $10 and up. 843-6487, OCCC. EDU/CAS.

18 • Wednesday

Oklahoma Women’s Coaltion Advocacy Day at the State Capital. Guest speakers Lt. Governor Jari Askins, Attorney General Drew Edmondson, and a surprise VIP, Registration 8:30am. Tickets $30. Reservations requested, space is limited. 858-0515.

19 • Thursday

Teen Movie Night at the Guthrie Public Library, 78:30pm. For ages 12-19. 282-0050. Town Hall meeting for parents of kids age 11-14 to learn to prepare financially for college will be held on OU campus. Details, contact Emily Shipley, 306-6521.

20 • Friday

Pizza and Pillow Party at Unpluggits Playstudio, 6-10pm. Enjoy face painting, nail art and hair braiding with beads. $25 includes all supplies, pizza, drink and dessert. Ages 8 & up. Reservations required. 340-7584,


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Friends of the Library Book Sale at the State Fairgrounds, 5:30-9pm. Free.

21 • Saturday

2 year olds - PreK

Anime Club at the Mabel C. Fry Public Library, 11am. For 6th grade and up. 354-8232.

Come join us for our Open House Sunday, March 1st, 3:00 - 4:30 pm

Harlem Renaissance Family Day at the Museum of Art, 12-4pm. Enjoy fun-filled activities for all ages, including hands-on art, face painting, mini-tours, scavenger hunts, door prizes, and live performances. $12 adults, $10 students/seniors, free for members.

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Norman Mardi Gras Parade in Downtown Norman, 6:45pm. A nighttime moving carnival featuring performers, bands, animals, and floats of every description. 360-3279. Candle Making at the Capital Hill Library, 11am-noon. Two different candle styles will be demonstrated. For adults. Registration required.

22 • Sunday

Three-Dimensional Sculpture at the OKC Museum of Art, 2-4pm. Students will visit the Museum galleries to view three-dimensional sculptures and learn basic techniques of sculpting using clay. For ages 10-13. $10 members, $15 nonmembers. Pre-registration required.


24 • Tuesday

Monster Jam at the Ford Center, 7:30pm. $5 children, $17 adults. 602-8700,

Mardi Gras Necklaces at the OKC Museum of Art, 10-11am. Make a bright necklace made from pastas that have been dyed in vibrant colors. Read a story, snack and learn about the holiday. For ages 3-5 with parent.

Leake Car Show at the Oklahoma Fairgrounds, 10am. Featuring thousands of classic, muscle and custom cars. 800-722-9942,

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Book Discussion: The Heights, Depths and Everything In Between at the Guthrie Public Library, 3:30-4:30pm. For 4th-7th grade. 282-0050.

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