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FASHION ISSUE

JUNE 2018

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• MUST-HAVES FOR SUMMER

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• FESTIVALS & FESTIVITIES

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PHOTOGRAPHY BY LAUREN WRIGHT

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• TRUTH IN THE NUMBERS LIPSTICK

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• SO6IX EATS 52 HUNNYBUNNY BISCUIT CO.

• SO6IX SUPPORTS

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• CALENDAR OF EVENTS

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CENTER FOR CHILDREN AND FAMILIES JUNE 2018

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LEGAL AND CREDITS

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PHOTOGRAPHY Lauren Wright

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Happy June! It’s the month that marks the beginning of summer – let’s all do our happy dance! Did everyone have a good May? I feel like it flew by, but what’s new? Since we went straight from winter-ish to summer-ish, I hope everyone was able to get outside and enjoy the beautiful weather we had! I did my fair share of golfing, painting outside and finding the best patios to enjoy. If you thought May was great, just wait until you see what June in Oklahoma has in store for you all! In this issue you’ll find a breakdown of the best festivals and festivities to attend all summer long in the metro and surrounding areas. We’ve got celebrations for everything from ice cream to hot air balloons, from blackberries and wine to country music and crawfish. Not only are most of the festivals family friendly, but a majority of them are FREE! We definitely recommend checking out the websites of each so you can plan ahead for age limits, schedules and pricing. So you can’t say this summer is going to be boring – it will be anything but. We encourage you to get out and visit some of them and experience something new. You’ll be glad you did! With summer rolling in hot (pun intended), we rounded up our favorite fashion must-haves for summer with our local boutique and fashion store friends. Outfits, sunglasses, accessories, shoes and more – you’ll

discover great finds for both men and women in a wide range of prices, styles and colors. As always, we encourage you to shop local when and where you can! Happy shopping & happy reading! Speaking of which, one of my favorite sections of this month’s issue is Summer Reads, where we recommend books to read this summer. If you know me, you know I’m a major book nerd and proud of it! So naturally, I get excited when other people want to read along with me. Be sure to check it out, and if you have any book recommendations for me, I would love to hear from you! lauren@so6ix.com I hope you all enjoy this summery issue and it gets you into the swing of things! I hope you soak up each moment this summer and make new memories along the way. Little moments and big memories are some of life’s greatest joys. Love & Light,

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MUST-HAVES FOR

Summer Let’s make our way into summer with style, shall we? All of our local boutique and fashion store friends are helping keep you up-to-date on the must-haves of summer 2018: outfits, sunglasses, accessories, shoes and more. You’ll find great finds for both men and women in here in a wide range of prices, styles and colors. As always, we encourage you to shop local when and where you can.

ENJOY SHOPPING! GRETTA SLOANE Golden Goose

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ROSEGOLD St. Tropez Dress • $184

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Rebecca Minkoff Clutch • $145

DICK STORY OPTICAL Theo Valerie

Sunglasses • $425

BLUE SEVEN

Women’s Sorel Sandal • $80

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DIAMONDS DIRECT Carmella Collection •

Price varies depending on carat weight & design

ROSEGOLD Aurora Bikini • $136

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Aromaflage Mosquito Repellant • $30

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Citizens of Humanity Shorts • $168 Hudson White Denim Shorts • $128 Joe’s Denim Shorts • $98 Joe’s Dark Denim Shorts • $120

BETSY KING SHOES Kelsi Dagger “Nash” • $150

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ROSEGOLD

Floss Gloss Nail Polish • $9

GRETTA SLOANE

Carolina K. Swim Ruffle One Piece • $262 Moussy Denim Short • $225

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GIL’S CLOTHING & DENIM BAR Men's Tropical Button-Up • $36

DICK STORY OPTICAL Theo Mille Glasses • $430

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GRETTA SLOANE Carolina K. Iris Skirt • $290 Replica Los Angeles Sweater Tank • $200

BLUE SEVEN

Men’s Globe Boardshort • $70


BETSY KING SHOES Splendid “Baron” • $110

DIAMONDS DIRECT

Diamonds Direct Designs Halo Pendant • Price varies depending on carat weight

BALLIETS

See By Chloe Purse • $460

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GIL’S CLOTHING & DENIM BAR Gold Gem Bracelets • $18

ROSEGOLD Le Spec Sunnies • $79

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My Beachy Side Tote • $295

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Wild Honey Cherry Crop Top • $38 Grommet Denim Shorts • $52

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Greek Leather Hat • $59

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Chunky Beaded Necklace • $170

GIL’S CLOTHING & DENIM BAR Floral Blazer • $39

Bowie T-Shirt • $38 Citizens of Humanity White Denim Shorts • $138

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BLUE SEVEN

Jungmaven Terracotta Top • $70 Umgee Floral Embroidered Skirt • $35

DIAMONDS DIRECT Pear Shape Diamond Ring • Starting at $3,500

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P448 Glitter Sneaker • $235 so6ix.com | JUNE 2018

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DICK STORY OPTICAL

Oliver Peoples Sunglasses • $380

GIL’S CLOTHING & DENIM BAR Levi Jean Skirt • $95 Blush T-Shirt • $14

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BLUE SEVEN

Men’s Banks Journal Button-Up • $65

BETSY KING SHOES Via Spiga “Bella” • $195

BALLIETS

Rebecca Minkoff Clutch • $75

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BALLIETS

McGuire Jean Shorts • $238

GIL’S CLOTHING & DENIM BAR Penguin Men’s Golf Shirt • $79

Penguin Men’s Golf Shorts • $79

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DICK STORY OPTICAL

Lindberg Sunglasses • $595

ROSEGOLD Rie Swimsuit • $120

BLUE SEVEN

Free People Dress • $57


DIAMONDS DIRECT Diamond Bangle Bracelets • Price varies depending on carat weights & metals

GEMMA Cotton Candy Crop • $38 Floral Embroidered Shorts • $78

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Jungmaven Stripe Skirt • $70

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BLUE SEVEN

Men’s Levi Cutoff Shorts • $50 Blue Seven White T-Shirt • $17

GEMMA

Ruffle Me Up Bodysuit • $40

BALLIETS

Stella McCartney Denim Sandals • $330


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Summer is coming in hot! (Pun intended, we couldn’t help ourselves.) In all seriousness, when summer rolls around it seems like there are more activities than we know what to do with. It’s literally impossible to be bored and sitting around doing nothing this summer across the metro and around the state. There is a festival and celebration for just about everything: storytelling, films, blackberries, ice cream, country music, freedom and more. And the vast majority of them are free and family-friendly! How about that?! We encourage you to get out and visit some of them! This summer, grab the family, hop in the car and experience something new. You’ll be glad you did.

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Spirit of Oklahoma Storytelling Festival 700 S.W. 134TH | OKLAHOMA CITY | TERRITORYTELLERS.COM

JUNE 2-3

The Spirit of Oklahoma Storytelling Festival features a variety of storytelling styles and genres, such as prairie stories, American Indian stories and more. You’ll get the chance to see nationally known storytellers as well as a great mix of regional and local tellers, all with their own special flair. Some events are free and some have a fee, so you’ll want to check the website for the detailed schedule.

JUNE 2

Chisholm Trail & Crawfish Festival KIRKPATRICK FAMILY FARM | YUKON | YUKONOK.GOV

One of the year’s largest free festivals is back, celebrating the Chisholm Trail and Cajun culture! This festival is family friendly and there’s something to enjoy for all ages. You’ll find crawfish races, pony rides, a pie eating contest, live music, historical demonstrations, Wild West shows, crafts and plenty of Cajun food to go around.

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deadCenter Film Festival VARIOUS DOWNTOWN LOCATIONS | OKLAHOMA CITY DEADCENTERFILM.ORG

JUNE 7-10

deadCenter is Oklahoma’s largest film festival and one of the “20 coolest” film festivals in the world. Now in its 18th year, deadCenter continues to attract the best independent films from around the world. This year, as always, amazing films, shorts, documentaries and so much more will be shown at various locations throughout downtown and Bricktown. You can get an All Access Pass for $200 that will get you into all screenings, panels, events and parties for the entire duration of the festival. Oh, and P.S.: Pass holders get special treats, deals and discounts during the festival at so many great local spots, like 405 Yoga, Commonplace Books, Kitchen 324 and more.

Red Earth Native American Cultural Festival COX CONVENTION CENTER | OKLAHOMA CITY | REDEARTH.ORG

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Experience a unique parade as hundreds of participants, including tribal leaders, princesses, floats, veterans’ groups, and drum groups, circle the Myriad Botanical Gardens to celebrate the opening of the festival. Visit the Art Market located inside the Cox Convention Center to sample and purchase the work of some of the nation’s most celebrated artists. Watch hundreds of dancers in full tribal regalia at the Red Earth PowWow on Saturday and Sunday. This year they’re adding something new: activities, entertainment and food trucks at the Myriad Botanical Gardens! Visit the website for the full festival schedule.


Wines of the West STOCKYARDS CITY | OKLAHOMA CITY STOCKYARDSCITY.ORG

JUNE 9

Wines of the West, in the middle of Oklahoma National Stockyards, takes you on a tour of some of Oklahoma’s finest wines. You’ll enjoy the history of Oklahoma and the products of our great state’s wineries. Some of the state’s best food trucks will be there, and of course the Stockyards boutiques will be open for shopping. You must be 21 or over to attend and tickets are $20 per person.

Asian District Night Market Festival MILITARY PARK | OKLAHOMA CITY

JUNE 9

Explore the Asian District of Oklahoma City at the Asian District Night Market Festival. This free, family-friendly event is from 6-11 p.m. You’ll find food trucks with Asian-themed menus, merchants and vendors, a kids’ area with inflatables, onstage entertainment and a pho eating contest! Bring your blankets and lawn chairs and enjoy the fun.

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JUNE 13-17

Tulsa Balloon Festival TULSA AIRPARK | TULSA | TULSAIBF.COM

The Tulsa Balloon Festival is a free-admission event that is doing a whole lot of good for the community. It raises funds for local education-based charities. In addition to the amazing balloon glows and twice-daily flights, the Tulsa Balloon Festival offers a large carnival, shopping tents, a wide variety of foods and so much more for the entire family to enjoy. It’s definitely a sight to see!

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Jazz in June BROOKHAVEN VILLAGE & ANDREWS PARK NORMAN | JAZZINJUNE.ORG

JUNE 14-16

The hippest jazz festival around is BACK! For the past few years, more than 50,000 people have converged in Norman to enjoy Jazz in June, and now they’re celebrating their 35th year! Over three days, you can enjoy Blues Under the Stars, Jazz Under the Stars, and Jazz in the Park. There is a combination of live music, jams and clinics to attend that all ages will enjoy.

Tuttle Ice Cream Festival 221 W. MAIN ST. | TUTTLE

JUNE 16

I scream, you scream, we all scream for ice cream! Ice cream and summer go hand in hand, so it’s no surprise thousands turn out for the annual free Tuttle Ice Cream Festival every year. Braum’s Ice Cream is the star of the show, and you can taste it all! There’s more than just ice cream though: food vendors, music and performances, games, a car show, inflatables, a market and so much more. We think it’s a no-brainer. Indulge yourself, go to the ice cream festival! Extra tip: you can also take a tour of the Braum’s Family Farm (one of the largest dairy operations in the world), located just northwest of town!

Oklahoma City Burlesque Festival LYRIC THEATRE | OKLAHOMA CITY | OKCBURLESQUEFEST.COM

JUNE 15-16

The 6th Annual Oklahoma City Burlesque Festival is back with the largest burlesque production in Oklahoma. The burlesque fest is 18+ to enter, so keep that in mind. Weekend passes are $60 for both the Friday and Saturday night showcases. There will be internationally recognized burlesque stars appearing at the shows, and you can expect each night’s dazzling show to be different. so6ix.com | JUNE 2018

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Made in Oklahoma Fest THE REED CONFERENCE CENTER AT SHERATON MIDWEST CITY HOTEL | MIDWEST CITY MADEINOKLAHOMAFEST.COM

JUNE 16

The 7th annual Made in Oklahoma Fest has a host of unique events in store for this year’s all-things-Oklahoma festival. It’s free, family-friendly, and features an entire day packed full of fun and entertainment. It’s an indoor/outdoor event with music stages at both locations so you can enjoy local talent all day. Don’t miss out on the Bloody Mary mixology competition, the homebrew and winemaking demos, and the extensive variety of local wine, beer, food and merchandise vendors. Be sure to check out their website for a full list of vendors and a complete schedule to plan your visit!

Gypsy Glam Roadshow Music & Wine Festival TONY’S TREE PLANTATION | OKLAHOMA CITY OKLAHOMAGYPSYGLAM.COM

JUNE 16

This is a family-friendly event with the best wineries, brewers, live music, food trucks and pop-up shops in the state, all in one location! The festival will be from 5-10 p.m. at Tony’s Tree Plantation, located at 3801 S. Post Road. Admission is $10 for ages 21+ and everyone younger gets in free! Judging by the food and drink lineups, we say that’s more than worth it!

Oklahoma Modernism Weekend GOLD DOME | OKLAHOMA CITY | OKCARCHITECTURE.COM

JUNE 16-17

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This special weekend is dedicated to celebrating and appreciating all things mid-century modern architecture and design. On Saturday, vendors from all over Oklahoma and the surrounding region will be on hand selling fabulous mid-century modern pieces, from furniture to art, in a mod-only flea market. There’s a vintage car show, and you can experience mid-20th-century couture at its finest in the fun-filled Flashback Fashion Show. Sunday is reserved for the Mod Home Tour, a guided tour of some of OKC’s most impressive modern homes, both old and new. Some events are free and some have a fee, so be sure to check out the website for more information.


SoonerCon REED CONFERENCE CENTER | MIDWEST CITY | SOONERCON.COM

JUNE 22-24

This three-day weekend is packed full of sci-fi and multi-genre film, art and games, and one of the largest sci-fi and fantasy art shows in the Southwest. For those who choose to dress up, there will be a fun costume contest! You’ll find indoor and outdoor games, art and charity auctions, discussion panels, a miniatures painting competition, a writers’ workshop and so much more. Seriously, you won’t get bored. It’s definitely a sight to see and something to experience at least once!

LibertyFest CITYWIDE | EDMOND | LIBERTYFEST.ORG

JUNE 23 – JULY 4

LibertyFest in Edmond was selected as one of the top 10 places to be in America on July 4th by CNN & USA Today, so it’s no surprise this weeklong celebration has a massive attendance. You don’t want to miss the phenomenal car show. It’s separated and judged by decade, so you know you’re going to see some great classics. KiteFest is a site to see – you’ll marvel at the hundreds of kites that will paint the sky on the far west side of Mitch Park. Be sure to attend the high-energy rodeo, where you can watch bareback riding, barrel racing and much more. Of course, the two biggest events are the Fourth of July parade in the morning and the fireworks that evening. This is just a tiny snippet of all of the wonderful events to attend and take part in. We recommend checking their website for a full detailed list of events and times.

Stars & Stripes River Festival BOATHOUSE DISTRICT | OKLAHOMA CITY | RIVERSPORTOKC.ORG

JUNE 23

The 7th annual Stars & Stripes River Festival is back with a Fourth of July theme and on-the-water fun! They’ll have food trucks, RIVERSPORT Adventures, whitewater rafting, racing and a spectacular fireworks show to end the evening. It’s a day full of fun and adventure to kick off the Fourth of July a little early with the whole family!

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JULY 3-4

Freedom Fest YUKON CITY PARK & CHISHOLM TRAIL PARK | YUKON | YUKONOK.GOV

Freedom Fest is the ultimate all-American festival that takes place over two days and is jam-packed with family fun. They’ve got everything: live music, art contests, a car show, a parade, obstacle courses, craft tents, concerts, a hot dog eating contest, free watermelon and ice cream, and the list literally goes on. Each night is capped off with state-of-the-art fireworks shows that you can’t miss!

Red, White & Boom STATE FAIR PARK | OKLAHOMA CITY | OKCPHIL.ORG

JULY 3

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The Oklahoma City Philharmonic gives the gift of a free concert and spectacular show to Oklahoma City every year on July 3 at the State Fair. The concert starts at 8:30 p.m. and the fireworks kick off at 10 p.m., and it’s definitely a sight to see. It’s a unique and special evening every year.


Blackberry Festival MCLOUD VETERANS PARK | MCLOUD | MCLOUDCHAMBER.COM

The McLoud Blackberry Festival is celebrating over 70 years! You can experience all things blackberry, from baked goods to a cobbler eating contest. Stick around for the pageant, parade, carnival and performers, and don’t miss the fireworks at 10 p.m.

JULY 6-7

Edmond Quilt Festival OKLAHOMA CHRISTIAN UNIVERSITY | EDMOND EDMONDQUILTGUILD.US

Visit the Edmond Quilt Festival for tons of vendors, demonstrations and door prizes. You’ll be able to look at the 100 beautiful juried quilts for inspiration before heading to the Artisan Market to make a purchase. There will be a raffle quilt drawing along with the judged quilt show.

AUGUST 3-4

Rush Springs Watermelon Festival & Rodeo JEFF DAVIS PARK | RUSH SPRINGS | CHICKASAWCOUNTRY.COM

AUGUST 9-11

Rush Springs makes a whole lot of delicious watermelon, and they’re ready to show it off in their yearly watermelon festival that attracts over 20,000 festival-goers! Not only is there plenty of watermelon to go around, but there’s lots of great activities like carnival rides, live entertainment, stage shows, onsite food vendors, a classic car show and a seed-spitting contest! It’s a refreshing day all around. so6ix.com | JUNE 2018

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Internet Cat Video Fest MYRIAD BOTANICAL GARDENS | OKLAHOMA CITY OKLAHOMACITYBOTANICALGARDENS.COM

AUGUST 18

It’s back and it’s oh-so-loved by Oklahoma City! The Internet Cat Video Fest is inspired by similar events around the country. Some of the year’s best and most popular YouTube, Vine and Instagram videos featuring everyone’s favorite felines are projected on a huge screen and played for everyone to see. Be sure to bring lawn chairs and blankets and get cozy for over an hour of all things cats.

AUGUST 23-25

Oklahoma County Free Fair OKLAHOMA STATE FAIR PARK | OKLAHOMA CITY | OKSTATEFAIR.COM

The OK County Free Fair is an opportunity to visit a fair-like atmosphere before the big deal comes later in September, and this one is free! There’s a small carnival, face painting, balloon animals, food competitions, equestrian activities and so much more. This is a great family event for all ages.

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AUGUST 30

Rock the Route 4TH & MAIN | YUKON | YUKONOK.GOV

Yukon’s Red Dirt Country Music Festival is returning for 2018! This event is free and open to the public. The great music takes place from 6-11 p.m. The concert and other fun activities will take over Main Street between 4th and 5th. Be sure to check their website for updates on the schedule and performances.

AMP Festival 701 W. SHERIDAN AVE | OKLAHOMA CITY | AMPFESTOKC.COM

AUGUST 25

AMP Fest, standing for Art, Music, Power Festival, is back to celebrate all things women! How cool is that? AMP Fest, located on historic Film Row, features art and music created by women. It’s free and fun for all ages! Oklahoma has some amazing, talented women, and this is a great place to celebrate them. A portion of the proceeds will go to the Oklahoma City Girls Art School. Eat, play, shop, drink and listen to live music all day at this exciting event.

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Good conversations with Dad happens in clean cars!

Father’s Day Special! Free Exterior Good Wash With Purchase of a $25 Gift Card. Some restrictions may apply. Promotion valid for limited time only. Exterior wash coupon can not be combined with full service.

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JOIN A LEAGUE TODAY! Year round indoor soccer leagues for Men, Women, Coed and Youth - ALL levels from beginner to competitive.

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REVLON BECAME THE FIRST ESTABLISHED NAIL POLISH BRAND IN 1932, WHEN THEY RELEASED A CREAM COLOR.

Opened bottles of nail polish only last about 2 years because certain ingredients evaporate, changing the formula and consistency. Unopened bottles can last indefinitely.

FUN IN THE FACTS

Nail Polish

THE MOST EXPENSIVE NAIL POLISH IS AZATURE BLACK DIAMOND. IT CONTAINS 267 CARATS OF BLACK DIAMONDS AND RINGS IN AT $250,000.

$759 MILLION In the U.S. in 2016, nail polish sales generated approximately $759 million.

OPI, ONE OF THE MOST POPULAR NAIL POLISH BRANDS, HAS OVER 250 DIFFERENT COLORS AND SHADES. The average price for a basic manicure in a salon is

$20.93,

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IN 2017, APPROXIMATELY 120 MILLION WOMEN IN THE U.S. USED LIPSTICK AND LIP GLOSS.

The average woman in the U.S. will spend around

$1,780

on lipstick in her lifetime.

TRUTH IN THE NUMBERS

Lipstick

25% OF AMERICAN WOMEN WHO WEAR LIPSTICK SAY THEY WON’T LEAVE THE HOUSE WITHOUT IT.

Guerlain’s KissKiss Gold and Diamonds lipstick is the most expensive in the world, ringing in at $62,000. But it’s really the case that makes it so expensive – it’s made from 18-karat gold and studded with 199 diamonds.

7.3 seconds is the average time a man stares at a woman wearing red lipstick, compared to 2.2 seconds for women wearing none at all.

THE LARGEST LIPSTICK SCULPTURE IN THE WORLD, CREATED BY FAITH COSMETICS, CONTAINS 19,243 LIPSTICKS AND STANDS AT 11’ 11.26” TALL.

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Clothing HACKS

DAYS OF THE MONTH

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STUCK ZIPPER Get a stuck zipper unstuck by rubbing a wax crayon on both sides of the zipper. This allows for easier gliding! We recommend matching the crayon color to the zipper if possible.

LOST SOCKS Never lose another sock again by washing your socks and undergarments in a lingerie bag, like this one from Amazon for only $6.99. They’re affordable, and everything still gets clean!

Dare Day

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National Cheese Day

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National Chocolate Ice Cream Day

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We’ve all accidentally shrunk either our own sweater or someone else’s. You can unshrink a sweater by soaking it in lukewarm water with 1/3 cup of hair conditioner for 10 minutes. Gently squeeze to remove excess water, but do not rinse with clean water. Gently stretch the sweater while it’s damp and keep flat until it dries.

MAKEUP REMOVER Makeup always seems to find its way onto your collar when you put on your shirt or take it off. You can put a small amount of shaving cream on the shirt or dress and gently rub to remove the makeup.

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Best Friends Day

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National Peanut Butter Cookie Day

SHRUNKEN SWEATER

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Flag Day

Go Fishing Day

Camera Day

National Kissing Day

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National Pink Day

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Fresh Veggies Day

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International Yoga Day

Iced Tea Day

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Father's Day

Hot Air Balloon Day

Forgiveness Day

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Meteor Day

PuppyMONTH OF THE

MEET MAXIMILLION THEODORE LOREDO! Owner: Esther Loredo

Say hello to Mr. Max! This curious pup spends a lot of time with his nose in pretty much everything and anything his owner is doing. He’s only 1 year and 2 months old, so he has plenty of playful energy. Sometime that energy can come off as mischievous, but in the fun-loving, sweet way, of course. But honestly, how can you say no to those eyes? You’ll probably become his best friend if you feed him jerky strips, his personal favorite. Max has quite the talent for digging holes underneath fences, in collusion with the neighbors’ dogs, and loves a good game of fetch in his spare time. After all the playfulness subsides, he is full of loving cuddles. Max is an absolute joy to his family. Want your puppy to be entered for our local puppy of the month? Email: LAUREN@SO6IX.COM 50

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TAPPING TO

the tunes

HIGH HORSE KACEY MUSGRAVES YOU GET MY LOVE PINK TAKE BACK HOME GIRL CHRIS LANE

COCKTAIL RECIPE Credit: popshopamerica.com

SUMMER

reads FICTION STILL ME

Jojo Moyes If you’ve read the first two books in the “Me Before You” series, this third novel is for you! It picks up where Louisa left off and sucks you right back into her funny, romantic, silly and interesting life. It navigates how Louisa can stay true to herself while pushing to live boldly in a new world.

LITTLE FIRES EVERYWHERE

Celeste Ng A planned community gets all shaken up when one of its families attempts to adopt a Chinese-American baby, which dramatically divides the town. This book explores the weight of long-held secrets and the danger of believing that planning and following the rules can avert disaster, or heartbreak.

NON-FICTION EVERYBODY, ALWAYS

CUCUMBER SALTY DOG INGREDIENTS:

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1 tsp flake salt 1” slice of peeled cucumber 2 oz vodka

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1 1/2 large grapefruits, juiced 2 thin slices cucumber with peel (as a garnish) Ice

DIRECTIONS: 1. Dip your glass upside down in a small amount of water, then dip the rim into the flake salt. 2. Add your 1-inch piece of cucumber to the glass and muddle. 3. Add 3 cubes or so of ice and pour the vodka over the ice. Fill to the top with fresh grapefruit juice. Garnish with cucumber slices. 4. Give your cocktail a little swirl to mix and take a sip!

Enjoy!

Bob Goff Bob Goff is back with his hilarious and insightful storytelling that reveals important life lessons. This book is about “becoming love in a world full of setbacks and difficult people.” The author steps into life with a no-limits embrace of others, making for an entertaining and inspiring read.

FACTFULNESS

Hans Rosling This book, subtitled “Ten Reasons We’re Wrong About the World – and Why Things Are Better Than You Think,” will change the way you see the world and empower you to respond to the crises and opportunities of the future. Bill Gates declared it to be one of the most important books he has ever read.

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EATS HunnyBunny Biscuit Co., or as we refer to it, Biscuit Heaven, is one of the newest faces on booming 23rd Street in Uptown. This genius concept comes from the creators of Interurban and Packard’s, two beloved spots that have been feeding Okie bellies for a long time, so you know they know what they’re doing. HunnyBunny found a home next door to the historic Tower Theatre. They’re serving up breakfast, lunch, and if you find yourself there in between those times, brunch! The menu, as you’ve probably guessed, is 90% biscuits – really, really delicious biscuits. The biscuits are made from scratch and you can definitely taste the love, flakiness and butter in each bite. HunnyBunny has created some really tasty and unique biscuit sandwiches. You’ll find all kinds of different toppings within these fresh biscuits, like pepper jelly, jalapeño cream cheese, peanut butter, or pickled green tomato relish. Each biscuit is piled high and packed with flavor. After tasting quite a few, we found it’s literally impossible to pick a favorite. So we recommend you just start at the top of the menu and make your way down the list over multiple visits. Biscuits are the star of the show throughout the rest of the menu; even the salad comes with biscuit croutons! Though everything we tasted was seriously delicious, we feel we need to take a minute to brag on the biscuit French toast. It’s not your normal French toast with fluffy bread (obviously), and WOW. It works, and it works really well. It could be the thickness of the biscuit, it could be the large amount of sugar – either way, we’re die-hard fans now. Whether you’re into sweet or savory, whether you’re a little kiddo or even a grown-up trying to eat healthier (go for the yogurt & fresh fruit), there’s something on this menu for you. It’s a great spot for a business lunch, a ladies’ brunch or a hearty breakfast before school. You should probably be able to tell by now, but we’ll spell it out for you – we L-O-V-E HunnyBunny Biscuit Co., and we have a feeling you will, too.

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WHAT WE TASTED: CROQUE MADAME Ham, Gruyère, mornay sauce, fried egg

NO. 7 Hot link, jalapeño cream cheese, caramelized onions

CLUB Fried chicken, bacon, cheddar, lettuce, tomato, comeback sauce

VELVET ELVIS Peanut butter, banana, bacon, honey

CRISPY CHICKEN SALAD Fried chicken, bacon, romaine, spinach, cheddar, avocado, tomato, biscuit croutons, honey mustard

BISCUIT FRENCH TOAST Maple syrup, whipped cream, candied pecans, fresh berries, powdered sugar


O K IE POKIE 2418 N. GUERNSEY AVE., OKC, OK 73103 405.605.5272 | FACEBOOK.COM/OKIEPOKIEOKC After Guernsey Park closed this year, its creators and owners – the same people who brought you the local favorite Chick-n-Beer – opened this new concept in its place. Okie Pokie has quietly been in the works for the last three years. Poke is summed up as next-generation sushi. It’s a bowl of fresh fish cuts that is completely customizable, from the rice to the toppings. It’s been widely popular for a while in coastal states like Hawaii, California and Florida and has finally made its way to Oklahoma City! You can either dine in the restaurant or take it with you. It’s casual but so fresh and oh-so-delicious. You can choose from premade poke bowls, but we recommend building your own bowl so you can eat exactly what you want, how you want. Be a little adventurous with your choices; they’re all delish!

BUTTERMILK PASE O 605 N.W. 28TH ST. SUITE A, OKC, OK 73103 405.605.6660 | BUTTERMILKOKC.COM Buttermilk Paseo is the newest sister restaurant to the beloved Waffle Champion. If you’ve been in OKC a while, then you probably recognize the name from the food truck that fed a lot of people a lot of great biscuits. The concept grew and made its way to the Paseo for a brick-and-mortar restaurant. The menu features biscuit sandwiches, biscuit minis and a few delicious sides and extras. I wish we could pick one must-try biscuit sandwich, but honestly we recommend making your way through the entire menu. We wouldn’t want you to miss out on the cheeseburger biscuit, chicken and gravy biscuit, or cinnamon toast mini biscuits covered in vanilla buttercream. Hello happiness! You can enjoy this spot at breakfast, brunch or lunch – they’re open from 7 a.m. to 2 p.m. every day.

M A M AV E CA ME XICAN & PER UV IAN RE STAURANT 4433 W. BRITTON RD., OKC, OK 73120 405.286.5535 | MAMAVECA.COM Mamaveca, originally in Norman, has opened a second location in northwest Oklahoma City! Mamaveca showcases a traditional approach to both new and old Mexican and Peruvian cuisine. Peruvian cuisine combines the flavors of so many different cultures and is quickly becoming recognized as one of the greatest in the world. Now you can get a taste of that right in your own backyard, without having to travel to another country. The owners are striving to offer the truest flavors at affordable prices. There is something on the menu for everyone, with Peruvian dishes like the Lomito Saltado and Papa a la Huancaina, and Mexican classics like tacos, burritos and chimichangas. The extensive menu is filled with so many great dishes that you’ll have to try for yourself!

TAZIKI’S MEDITERRANEAN CAFÉ 1389 E. 15TH ST., EDMOND, OK 73013 405.285.9005 | TAZIKISCAFE.COM Taziki’s is a popular restaurant that has been taking the country by storm, and it recently found a home in Edmond! Taziki’s was created after the owners vacationed in Greece and fell in love with the food and culture. They did their best to capture the feeling of family and friends around the table, combined with the healthy Mediterranean lifestyle. The menu features real, homemade food with interesting flavors. They’re putting the emphasis on health by offering primarily plant-based foods, replacing butter with healthy fats like olive oil, using a lot of herbs and spices, and keeping everything fresh. They have plenty of delicious salad options, fresh-grilled gyros, Mediterranean deli-type options, and platters that will leave you happily full. There is something for everyone on their menu, especially those with dietary needs or allergies! 54

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SUPPORTS

GIVING FOR GOOD

CENTER FOR CHILDREN AND FAMILIES Welcome to our monthly section in which we highlight local charities and nonprofits of all kinds that are doing great things in our city. We believe change can come in all sizes and at all times. The smallest act can turn around so much for even just one person, animal or place. If we can lift up one small aspect of one life, imagine what we can all do when we come together for the greater good of the people in this amazing city. Let’s continue highlighting the Oklahoma Standard, together.

2,003 counseling sessions were provided for children and families.

93% of children in counseling reported an increase in knowledge and use of techniques to improve behaviors.

Bringing Up Babies completed 677 home visits, providing education to new and expectant parents.

The Baby Pantry provided 66,862 diapers to families in need.

586 volunteers dedicated 7,149 hours to help further the CCFI mission.

*Based on the 2016 Annual Report

Center for Children and Families began in 1969 as a shelter for youth (birth to 18 years old) who needed a safe and nurturing place while waiting to be placed by foster care. While the mission is still the same – to improve the lives of children – they have branched out their reach to many different ways of healing children, empowering youth and strengthening families. They offer strength-based programs and services to aid and educate families coping with abuse, neglect, divorce, separation, teenage pregnancy, out-of-school care and more. In 2016, 12.8% of Cleveland County’s children were living in poverty, almost 700 cases of child abuse and neglect had been confirmed, and roughly 12,200 children experienced hunger. That’s just in one county alone. These experiences directly shape these kids’ futures and we are certain the Center for Children and Families is making a massively positive impact.

HERE ARE THE WAYS YOU CAN HELP DONATE

VOLUNTEER

They are so many opportunities to give: their annual fundraiser, holiday wish lists, in-kind donations through the Baby Pantry, or their program-specific wish lists and planned giving. See their website for more information.

They offer a variety of volunteer opportunities available year-round for individuals and organizations who are interested in making a difference in a child’s life. Must be 18 years or older. Younger children can volunteer with adult supervision in special assignments. Contact Melanie Hetherington at 405-364-1420 or MHetherington@ccfinorman.org.

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CALENDAR OF EVENTS

THE WEEKEND ALL STARS

06 07

Sidecar Barley & Wine Bar Chisholm Creek Oklahoma City

LIVE MUSIC JUNE 1

REPLAY – 80’Z ENUF

DRIVE – TYLER SMITH SOLO

RIVERWIND CASINO NORMAN

SUPERFREAK

SKIRVIN HILTON RED PIANO LOUNGE OKLAHOMA CITY

KAMP’S 1910 EDMOND

LOUIE’S ON THE LAKE OKLAHOMA CITY

MATT BLAGG

REDROCK CANYON GRILL OKLAHOMA CITY

STARS

MIKE’S BAR OKLAHOMA CITY

CHRISTIAN PERSON – PIANIST SKIRVIN HILTON RED PIANO LOUNGE OKLAHOMA CITY

JUNE 2

GENTRY COUNCE KAMP’S 1910 EDMOND

THE WEATHERMEN – MELVIN RINNER SOLO REDROCK CANYON GRILL NORMAN

411 BAND

NEWCASTLE CASINO

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GRANT STEVENS – PIANIST

JUNE 3

SHAKERS OF SALT – JOE SOLO FLINT OKLAHOMA CITY

EDGAR CRUZ

SKIRVIN HILTON RED PIANO LOUNGE OKLAHOMA CITY

JUNE 7

GROOVE MERCHANTS REDROCK CANYON GRILL OKLAHOMA CITY

THE WEEKEND ALL STARS SIDECAR BARLEY & WINE BAR CHISHOLM CREEK OKLAHOMA CITY

ALYSSA KOZLOWSKI – PIANIST SKIRVIN HILTON RED PIANO LOUNGE OKLAHOMA CITY

JUNE 8

LIFE OF THE PARTY

JESSE ALAN

NEWCASTLE CASINO NEWCASTLE

GROOVE MERCHANTS

SKIRVIN HILTON RED PIANO LOUNGE OKLAHOMA CITY

KAMP’S 1910 EDMOND

UCO JAZZ LAB EDMOND

BANANA SEAT

CENTRAL PARK AMPHITHEATER MOORE

TANDEM

REDROCK CANYON GRILL NORMAN

ROCKWELL RYAN

REDROCK CANYON GRILL OKLAHOMA CITY

JUNE 9

AARON NEWMAN KAMP’S 1910 EDMOND

AVENUE – DUO

REDROCK CANYON GRILL NORMAN

KRISTEN STEHR RIVERWIND CASINO NORMAN

GRANT STEVENS – PIANIST

JUNE 10 MICHAEL KLEID FLINT OKLAHOMA CITY

JUNE 13 REPLAY

SIDECAR BARLEY & WINE BAR CHISHOLM CREEK OKLAHOMA CITY

JUNE 14

ALYSSA KOZLOWSKI

SKIRVIN HILTON RED PIANO LOUNGE OKLAHOMA CITY

SOULED OUT HAFER PARK EDMOND

JUNE 15 SMASH MOUTH NEWCASTLE CASINO NEWCASTLE


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DRIVE

06 22

Mickey Mantle's Steakhouse Oklahoma City

LIVE MUSIC SUPERFREAK

LOUIE’S ON THE LAKE OKLAHOMA CITY

JORDAN LAW

REDROCK CANYON GRILL NORMAN

CHRISTIAN PEARSON – PIANIST SKIRVIN HILTON RED PIANO LOUNGE OKLAHOMA CITY

JUNE 16

SHAKERS OF SALT – JOE SOLO KAMP’S 1910 EDMOND

ALYSSA KOZLOWSKI – PIANIST SKIRVIN HILTON RED PIANO LOUNGE OKLAHOMA CITY

JUNE 22 JESSE ALAN KAMP’S 1910 EDMOND

AARON NEWMAN

REDROCK CANYON GRILL NORMAN

DEREK HARRIS DUO NEWCASTLE CASINO NEWCASTLE

REPLAY

GARY JOHNSON – PIANIST

GRANT STEVENS – PIANIST

DRIVE

NEWCASTLE CASINO NEWCASTLE SKIRVIN HILTON RED PIANO LOUNGE OKLAHOMA CITY

SKIRVIN HILTON RED PIANO LOUNGE OKLAHOMA CITY MICKEY MANTLE’S STEAKHOUSE OKLAHOMA CITY

EDGAR CRUZ

SKIRVIN HILTON PARK AVENUE GRILL OKLAHOMA CITY

JUNE 28

BIG DADDY BAND

RED ROCK CANYON GRILL OKLAHOMA CITY

ALYSSA KOZLOWSKI – PIANIST SKIRVIN HILTON RED PIANO LOUNGE OKLAHOMA CITY

JUNE 29 SQUADLIVE

CENTRAL PARK AMPHITHEATER MOORE

WINO BROWNE

SUPERFREAK AS THE BLEND

REDROCK CANYON GRILL OKLAHOMA CITY

REDROCK CANYON GRILL NORMAN

SIDECAR BARLEY & WINE BAR CHISHOLM CREEK OKLAHOMA CITY

FLINT OKLAHOMA CITY

HOT SEAT – SHAUN SUTTLE SOLO

JUNE 23

THE WEEKEND ALL STARS

VEARL TOLBERT

DANIEL JORDAN

JUNE 21 STARS

JUNE 24

NEWCASTLE CASINO NEWCASTLE

ERICK TAYLOR

REDROCK CANYON GRILL OKLAHOMA CITY

CHRISTIAN PEARSON – PIANIST

SKIRVIN HILTON RED PIANO LOUNGE OKLAHOMA CITY

JUNE 30 OCEAN

KAMP’S 1910 EDMOND

ERIC DUNKIN

REDROCK CANYON GRILL NORMAN

JASON YOUNG BAND NEWCASTLE CASINO NEWCASTLE

MARK GALLOWAY THE SHACK – 63RD OKLAHOMA CITY

KAMP’S 1910 EDMOND

REMINGTON PARK OKLAHOMA CITY

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ZZ TOP & JOHN FOGERTY

06 10

Zoo Amphitheatre Oklahoma City

CONCERTS JUNE 1

JUNE 9

JUNE 23

THE CRITERION OKLAHOMA CITY

FRONTIER CITY THEME PARK OKLAHOMA CITY

GRAND CASINO HOTEL & RESORT SHAWNEE

TURNPIKE TROUBADOURS

JUNE 2

JUNE 10

RIVERWIND CASINO NORMAN

ZOO AMPHITHEATRE OKLAHOMA CITY

REO SPEEDWAGON LAUREN ALAINA

FRONTIER CITY THEME PARK OKLAHOMA CITY

JUNE 4

JUSTIN TOWNES EARLE TOWER THEATRE OKLAHOMA CITY

JUNE 7 BUCKETHEAD TOWER THEATRE OKLAHOMA CITY

STYX & JOAN JETT

CHESAPEAKE ENERGY ARENA OKLAHOMA CITY

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ZZ TOP & JOHN FOGERTY

JUNE 12 RUSS

ZOO AMPHITHEATRE OKLAHOMA CITY

JUNE 16

TEXAS HIPPIE COALITION DIAMOND BALLROOM OKLAHOMA CITY

PLAIN WHITE T’S

FRONTIER CITY THEME PARK OKLAHOMA CITY

JUNE 22 AARON LEWIS

RIVERWIND CASINO NORMAN

KELLIE PICKLER

BLUE OYSTER CULT

FRONTIER CITY THEME PARK OKLAHOMA CITY

JUNE 29 CODY JOHNSON ZOO AMPHITHEATRE OKLAHOMA CITY

KANSAS

RIVERWIND CASINO NORMAN

JUNE 30 TRACE ADKINS

FRONTIER CITY THEME PARK OKLAHOMA CITY


CALENDAR OF EVENTS

OKC DODGERS VS. NASHVILLE SOUNDS

06 2 5 -2 8

Chickasaw Bricktown Ballpark Oklahoma City

SPORTS JUNE 1-3

JUNE 16-19

JUNE 25-28

CENTRAL OKLAHOMA CITY OKLAHOMA CITY

CHICKASAW BRICKTOWN BALLPARK OKLAHOMA CITY

CHICKASAW BRICKTOWN BALLPARK OKLAHOMA CITY

OKLAHOMA CITY PRO AM CLASSIC

OKC DODGERS VS. LAS VEGAS 51S

JUNE 2

JUNE 16

TAFT STADIUM OKLAHOMA CITY

TAFT STADIUM OKLAHOMA CITY

OKC ENERGY FC VS RENO 1868 FC

OKC ENERGY VS. RIO GRANDE VALLEY FC

JUNE 13-15

JUNE 23

CHICKASAW BRICKTOWN BALLPARK OKLAHOMA CITY

TAFT STADIUM OKLAHOMA CITY

OKC DODGERS VS. SALT LAKE BEES

OKC DODGERS VS. NASHVILLE SOUNDS

OKC ENERGY VS. LA GALAXY II

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MOVIES JUNE 1

JUNE 8

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JUNE 15

JUNE 22

JUNE 29

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MADE IN OKLAHOMA FEST

06 16

Reed Conference Center Sheraton Midwest City Hotel Midwest City

EVENTS NOW – JUNE 23

OKLAHOMA SHAKESPEARE IN THE PARK: A MIDSUMMER NIGHT’S DREAM MYRIAD GARDENS WATER STAGE OKLAHOMA CITY

NOW – JUNE 10

REDBUD SPECTACULAR HORSE SHOW OKLAHOMA STATE FAIR PARK OKLAHOMA CITY

MAY 31 – JUNE 6 NCAA WOMEN’S COLLEGE WORLD SERIES

USA SOFTBALL HALL OF FAME STADIUM COMPLEX OKLAHOMA CITY

JUNE 1

H&8TH NIGHT MARKET 815 N. HUDSON AVE. OKLAHOMA CITY

JUNE 7-10

HERITAGE PLACE OKLAHOMA CITY

VARIOUS DOWNTOWN LOCATIONS OKLAHOMA CITY

JUNK HIPPY

ENDEAVOR GAMES

TOUCH-A-TRUCK

JUNE 8-9

KIRKPATRICK FAMILY FARM YUKON

UNIVERSITY OF CENTRAL OKLAHOMA EDMOND

JUNE 2-3

REPTICON REPTILE & EXOTIC ANIMAL SHOW OKLAHOMA STATE FAIR PARK OKLAHOMA CITY

SPIRIT OF OKLAHOMA STORYTELLING FESTIVAL 700 S.W. 134TH OKLAHOMA CITY

JUNE 5-10

HAFER PARK EDMOND

CIVIC CENTER MUSIC HALL OKLAHOMA CITY

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DEADCENTER FILM FESTIVAL

CHISHOLM TRAIL & CRAWFISH FESTIVAL

JUNE 1-2

OKLAHOMA ROUTE 66 CORVETTE ROUND UP

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OKC BROADWAY: AN AMERICAN IN PARIS

UNIVERSITY OF CENTRAL OKLAHOMA EDMOND

PRIX DE WEST ART SHOW & SALE

NATIONAL COWBOY & WESTERN HERITAGE MUSEUM OKLAHOMA CITY

JUNE 8-10

RED EARTH NATIVE AMERICAN CULTURAL FESTIVAL COX CONVENTION CENTER OKLAHOMA CITY

JUNE 8

LIVE ON THE PLAZA PLAZA DISTRICT OKLAHOMA CITY

RED EARTH PARADE

MYRIAD BOTANICAL GARDENS OKLAHOMA CITY


CALENDAR OF EVENTS

STARS & STRIPES RIVER FESTIVAL

06 23

Boathouse District Oklahoma City

EVENTS JUNE 9

JUNE 15-16

MILITARY PARK OKLAHOMA CITY

LYRIC THEATRE OKLAHOMA CITY

ASIAN DISTRICT NIGHT MARKET FESTIVAL

OKLAHOMA CITY BURLESQUE FESTIVAL

BEATS & BITES FESTIVAL

BRICKTOWN BLUES FESTIVAL

WINES OF THE WEST

JUNE 16

RIVERWIND CASINO NORMAN STOCKYARDS CITY OKLAHOMA CITY

JUNE 9-10

INTERNATIONAL DOG SHOW OKLAHOMA STATE FAIR PARK OKLAHOMA CITY

JUNE 12

WHEELER CRITERIUM 1701 S. WESTERN AVE. OKLAHOMA CITY

JUNE 14-16 JAZZ IN JUNE

BROOKHAVEN VILLAGE & ANDREWS PARK NORMAN

SHERIDAN & OKLAHOMA AVE. OKLAHOMA CITY

GYPSY GLAM ROADSHOW MUSIC & WINE FESTIVAL TONY’S TREE PLANTATION OKLAHOMA CITY

MADE IN OKLAHOMA FEST

REED CONFERENCE CENTER - SHERATON MIDWEST CITY HOTEL MIDWEST CITY

JUNE 22

CHRIS D’ ELIA – STAND-UP ROSE STATE COLLEGE MIDWEST CITY

SOONERCON

REED CONFERENCE CENTER MIDWEST CITY

JUNE 23

STARS & STRIPES RIVER FESTIVAL BOATHOUSE DISTRICT OKLAHOMA CITY

JUNE 23 – JULY 4 LIBERTYFEST CITYWIDE EDMOND

JUNE 23

CONQUER THE GAUNTLET OBSTACLE RACE JOHN W. NICHOLS SCOUT RANCH OKLAHOMA CITY

JUNE 26 – JULY 1

LYRIC THEATRE PRESENTS: DISNEY’S FREAKY FRIDAY CIVIC CENTER MUSIC HALL OKLAHOMA CITY

JUNE 22-24

OKLAHOMA GAY PRIDE FESTIVAL & PARADE FILM ROW OKLAHOMA CITY

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