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Things to See

Bella Forte Glass Studio 405.285.8800 | The one-of-a-kind art-in-progress creators are between studios at the moment, but once they get resettled in a new location they’ll be well worth tracking down when you have a hot date. Like, 2,100 degrees hot. It’s a visual spectacle to see master glass blowers fashion fine art for your liking, and you can commemorate the occasion with a delicate piece of hand-blown art created just for you.

[Artspace] at Untitled Gallery 1 N.E. 3rd St., OKC 405.815.9995 | Get up close and personal with art and artists at “A Taste of Art.” Food and beverage pairings are selected to complement the topic, which often focuses on travel to far-flung corners of the globe. If you want to get your hands dirty, sign up for a printmaking workshop – if you visit the gallery this month, you can explore a huge selection of results from the 2014 Monothon printing exhibition. Visit the website to view and register for upcoming classes and events.


Performing Arts Series at OKC Community College 7777 S. May Ave., OKC 405.682.7576 | Get “In the Mood” with one of the premier swing bands touring today, as OCCC’s Performing Arts Series welcomes the world-famous Glenn Miller Orchestra on Tuesday, February 10. You can snag tickets online, and if you prefer to make a phone call, please note that “Pennsylvania 6-5000” is no longer in service. Use the number above instead.

Love and Orchids at Myriad Botanical Gardens 301 W. Reno Ave., OKC 405.445.7080 | What’s Valentine’s Day without flowers? Less colorful, to be sure. Luckily, Myriad Botanical Gardens thought ahead for you. On February 14, go to the Gardens from 6-8 p.m. for “Love and Orchids,” the premiere night of the new “Jewel Orchids: Treasures of the Rainforest” exhibit. Sip champagne and soak up the strains of live jazz music while admiring over 1,000 alluring orchids adorning the Crystal Bridge Tropical Conservatory. Call Emily Drover at 405.563.8980 or e-mail to save a spot.

“Romeo and Juliet” at the OKC Civic Center 201 N. Walker Ave., OKC 405.843.9898 | Old meets new when the OKC Ballet stages its rendition of “Romeo and Juliet.” The adaptation of Shakespeare’s Elizabethan-era classic is performed with the world premiere of the OKC troupe’s choreography during a three-day run from February 13-15. The Oklahoma City Philharmonic accompanies for a multi-sensory spectacle. Matinee performances are scheduled for Saturday and Sunday.

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Slice February 2015  

Slice is a lifestyle magazine serving central Oklahoma, featuring restaurants, events, shopping and culture.

Slice February 2015  

Slice is a lifestyle magazine serving central Oklahoma, featuring restaurants, events, shopping and culture.

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