Stillwater Events

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September 1:  WONDERtorium Open!, 10:00 am – 5:00 pm, Oklahoma WONDERtorium, 308 W. Franklin Ln.  FREE admission day!  Join us as we celebrate a day of friendship and family.  The public is invited!

 

September 1: Live Music at Cross Eyed Cricket, 9:00 pm, 412 S. Washington St.

 

September 1 – 5:  8th Annual Downtown Stillwater Car & Bike Show Registration.  For more information visit http://www.downtownstw.com/downtown-events/2014-09-20-130000-2014-09-20-150000/8th-annual-downtown-stillwater-car-bike-show

 

September 1 – 26:  Jody Servon-Do You Have a Moment?, Postal Plaza Gallery, 720 S. Husband St.  Jody Servon is an intermedia artist and curator based in North Carolina.  The exhibition spans fourteen years of her work, and is the first time these projects are in conversation.  Inclusive of photography, video, sound, and performance, Servon’s work is built around the interpersonal, revelatory, and idiosyncratic voices of her participants.  Part cacophony and chorus, Servon’s exchange projects compose a common expression of everyday desire, memory, and hope.

 

September 2:  Walk ‘n’ Talk Series, 7:00 – 7:45 am, Botanic Gardens at OSU.  Start your Tuesday mornings off with a little exercise and a peaceful state of mind by strolling through The Botanic Garden.  Laura Payne, the Botanic Garden Volunteer/Education Coordinator will be on hand to participate in the walks as you check out what’s new and blooming in the garden.  The Walk will begin at The Botanic Garden South Parking Lot off Highway 51.  Free to the public!  Donations appreciated.

 

September 2:  Estate Planning Workshop, 9:30 am – Noon, Freddie Paul’s Steakhouse, 1707 E. 6th St.  The workshop is Free and open to the public.  The workshop provides valuable information for seniors on securing your estate and retirement planning.  CLA*USA helps you “Get It Together… Keep It Together”.  RSVP:  866-252-8721   Guest will receive a free workbook and gain useful information to act upon immediately regarding:  Pros and cons of wills and trust, How to avoid probate, Long term health care concerns, Tax reduction planning.  CLA Estate Services is a firm devoted to assisting area residents in protecting their assets and ensuring their money lasts.  Our representatives have comprehensive knowledge of Estate planning issues that will help you avoid common and sometimes irreversible mistakes.  Seating is limited, please call 1-866-252-8721 between 9am and 5pm Central Standard Time to confirm your attendance to this very important workshop.  For more information visit http://www.claestateservices.com/

 

September 2:  Introduction to Mousing, 1:00 pm, Stillwater Public Library, 1107 S. Duck St.  Free and open to the public.  To register for the class, call 405-372-3633 ext. 8106 or email askalibrarian@stillwater.org.  Class meets one time.

 

September 2:  Acting Basics, 6:30 – 8:00 pm, Stillwater Public Library, 1107 S. Duck St.  Prepare to Act:  Warm-ups.  Your voice and projecting.  Listening and relating to fellow performers.  Memorization of lines, and figuring out your character.  Habits, positions, and tics to avoid onstage.  Exploring body movement.  Staying in character.  For more information and registration call 405-744-8459.

 

September 2:  Critical Conversations-Race, Police Militarization and Civil Disobedience in Ferguson, MO, 7:00 – 8:00 pm, Murray Hall room 035, OSU Campus.  A discussion panel with Elon Dancy from OU’s African American Department, Sherri Irvin from OU’s Philosophy Department, and Jason Kirksey the VP of Institutional Diversity at OSU.  Free and open to the public.

 

September 2:  Veterinary Voices Seminar-Operation Catnip, 7:00 – 8:30 pm, McElroy Hall Auditorium, OSU Campus.  One free-roaming cat can produce as many as 25 unwanted kittens in its lifetime.  Dr. Lesa Staubus and veterinary students will share information about Operation Catnip, what they are doing to reduce the cat overpopulation and how the community can help.  The seminar is open to the public at no charge.  Complimentary parking and light refreshments will be available.  Event Contact: Emily Snow  Contact Number: 405-744-7672

 

September 2:  Live Music at The College Bar, 10:00 pm, 319 S. Washington St.

 

September 3:  LEGO® Club, 3:30 – 4:30 pm, Stillwater Public Library, 1107 S. Duck St.  Do you like to build with LEGOs®?  Build your own LEGO® creations using our challenge idea or your imagination.  Share your great ideas!  LEGOs® are provided by the library.  This program is best suited for children in elementary school.  Registration is required, please call 405-372-3633 ext. 8108 or email Children’s Services.  Note children age 5 or younger must have an adult in the room, children age 6-8 need an adult in the building during the program.

 

September 3:  Science Fiction Series-Frankenstein Regenerated, 6:30 pm, Stillwater Public Library, 1107 S. Duck St.  Hosted by OSU professor Tim Prchal.  “Frankenstein Regenerated” is a film and discussion group.  Movies will be modern retellings of the basic Frankenstein tale.  The series will continue on the first Wednesday of each month through December 3rd.  By licensing agreement, specific film titles may not be released to the media.  Interested participants may contact the library’s Help Desk for a list.  The discussion series includes PG13 and R films and is intended for audiences 17 or older.  Young adults may attend the R rated films if accompanied by a parent.  Register for the club by calling 405-372-3633 x 8106 or email askalibrarian@stillwater.org.

 

September 3:  Tiny Paws Fundraiser, 6:00 – 10:00 pm, Blue Spruce, 1916 N. Perkins Rd.  Tiny Paws will receive 10% from every purchase of Gelato, Sorbet or Coffee!  Help the kittens while enjoying a cool treat like Cookies and Cream Gelato, Strawberry Sorbet or a delicious cup of ‘Pour-Over’ coffee all at the same time!

 

September 3:  Eli Howard Acoustic, 10:00 pm, Eskimo Joe’s, 507 W. Elm St.  Join us at Eskimo Joe’s for live music from Eli Howard!  It’s Wednesday and we’re spinning our Wheel-O-Beer starting at 10pm to determine the night’s drink features, which could be anything from a FREE keg to .75 cent longnecks, $2 Joe’s cups and more!  We’re also serving up $1.50 longnecks and $5 regular Cheese Fries after 10pm.  All month long we’re featuring PBR 16oz Cans for $2.00, Coors Banquet Bottles for $2.25, Blue Moon Cups for $4.25, and Jose Cuervo Gold Shots for $2.50!  This week we’re also serving up Makers Mark & Cola for $4.25!

 

September 4:  Farmers Market, 9:00 am – 1:00 pm, Student Union Plaza, OSU Campus.  Buy fresh, local grown produce as well as other agricultural by-products.  Our market provides farmers and other vendors a chance to sell their Made in Oklahoma and Oklahoma grown fresh products.

 

September 4:  Yoga in the Garden, 5:45 – 6:30 pm, OSU Botanic Garden.  There is no better way to unwind at the end of a long day than through yoga practice and guided relaxation and what finer place to practice than the tranquil setting of The Botanic Garden.  Bring your mat and join Yoga Therapist Carol Bender as we shed the worries of the day and welcome nature’s energy into body, mind and spirit.  In addition to a yoga mat, participants may want to bring sunscreen, water, insect repellent and a small hand towel to make practice more enjoyable.  Free  For more information call 405-744-4531.

 

September 4:  Forum-“Stop the Fracking in Payne County”, 6:30 pm, Stillwater Public Library, 1107 S. Duck St.  Speakers Rep. Cory Williams and Dr. Todd Halihan.  Rep. Williams will speak about the interim study he requested and Dr. Halihan is speaking on the science of fracking & earthquakes.

 

September 4 & 17:  Pioneer Wrestling Club Sign-Ups, 5:00 – 7:00 pm, Stillwater HS Wrestling Room.  **Bring a copy of Birth Certificate** Cost:  Advanced-$200, Novice-$150.  These fees include practice sessions and a singlet.  Payment is required at sign-up unless firm arrangements are made before the sign-up date.  Payment can be made in cash, check, or credit card.  No refunds.  If you are unable to make it to sign-ups, it is important that you contact Jacque Ritter at 405-612-7682 or cowboywc@gmail.com prior to September 22nd as this is the day team singlets will be ordered.  If you do not let us know, you may not receive a singlet.  The Pioneer Wrestling Club is formerly known as the Cowboy Wrestling Club….different name, same great club!

 

September 4, 11 & 18:  Women’s Self-Defense Class, 6:00 – 10:00 pm, Stillwater Community Center, 315 W. 8th St. A basic physical self-defense class, designed for women ages 13 and older is now open for registration.  The course features realistic, self-defense tactics and techniques.  The City of Stillwater Parks and Recreation, in partnership with Oklahoma State University Police Department, will hold the class.  The course will be held on Thursdays, Sept. 4, Sept. 11 and Sept. 18.  The cost is $30 per person.  The RAD Defense class is a nationally certified course, and is taught by certified instructors of the OSU Police Department.  It consists of 12 hours of:  Awareness, Prevention, Risk education, Avoidance, Hands-on-training.  The RAD course is a no-nonsense, practical self defense course that teaches participants to defend themselves using their bodies.  This course also offers a lifetime return and practice policy, meaning participants can refresh their skills at any course offered through the United States or Canada for free.  Registration for the class is required.  To sign-up, stop by the Parks and Recreation Armory at 315 E. 9th Ave. Call 405-747-8070 or email rpalmer@stillwater.org for more information.

 

September 4:  Stillwater Community Singers Fall Concert, 7:30 – 9:00 pm, Stillwater Community Center, 315 W. 8th Ave.  Free and open to the public.  Reception follows concert.

 

September 4:  Live Music at Louie’s Grill & Bar, 10:00 pm, 720 S. Main St.

 

September 5:  First Friday-Atrial Fibrillation, Noon – 1:00 pm, Stillwater Public Library, 1107 S. Duck St.  What is Atrial Fibrillation (“A-fib”)?  Who is more prone to develop atrial fibrillation?  What are the treatments for A-fib, and what services are available locally?  Join us on September 5th for an informative presentation by one of Stillwater’s newest physicians, Dr. Juan Rodriguez, a specialist in cardiology.  Dr. Rodriguez will answer the questions above as well as take questions from the audience.  Please bring your lunch with you.  We will provide beverages and a sweet treat.  Come early for a complimentary blood pressure check, courtesy of Stillwater Medical Center Home Health Services.  For more information contact:  Jeffery Corbett Stillwater Medical Center Foundation 405-742-5728

 

September 5:  “Maleficent”, 6:00 pm, Student Union Theater, OSU Campus.  Bring the kids and enjoy a Maleficent-themed evening of coloring, games, and fun activities.  Candy, popcorn, soda and water will be available for $1 all evening long.  Free and open to the public.

 

September 5:  Tumbleweed Presents-Whiskey Myers, 8:00 pm, Tumbleweed Dance and Music Hall, Lakeview and Country Club Rd.  Doors open at 8:00 pm, show starts at 9:30 pm.  $10 general admission.  18+ to enter.  For tickets and more information visit http://tumbleweed.preferredfan.com

 

September 6:  Open House at the Botanic Garden, 9:00 am – 3:00 pm, OSU Botanic Garden.  Why not grab your family and friends and head out to The Botanic Garden during Open House.  You will be greeted by our friendly TBG Ambassadors who are eager to help answer your gardening and plant questions.  Event is FREE and open to the public!

 

September 6:  Botanical Garden Children’s Adventure Garden Program, 10:00 am – Noon, OSU Botanic Garden.  My Creepy Critters.  Recommended for children ages 6 – 12.  The Botanic Garden will provide children with pine cones, paints, ribbons and other fun things.  They will be encouraged to use their imagination to design and then create creepy critters of their own to take home.  Parents are encouraged to stay and enjoy the fun with their children!  The fee for each program is $5 per session or $25 for all 6 sessions.  Class size is limited and advanced enrollment is required.  Contact Laura Payne at 405-744-4531 or laura.payne@okstate.edu for questions or enrollment.

 

September 6:  Cowboy Corral, 11:00 am – 2:00 pm, Conoco Phillips Alumni Center, OSU Campus.  Purchase Hideaway Pizza by the slice inside Click Hall, or burgers, brats and hot dogs by Freddie Paul’s on the Alumni Center east patio.

 

September 6:  Hall of Fame Block Party, 11:30 am, North Side of Boone Pickens Stadium, OSU Campus.  Join other Cowboy fans for inflatable games, live music and college football on the Cowboy Vision.  Vendors offering “One-of-a-Kind” Made in Oklahoma products.

 

September 6:  Spirit Walk, 11:30 am, Student Union Plaza, OSU Campus.  SUAB will kick off the 2014 season home-game opener with its annual Cowboy Spirit Walk.  Join thousands of Cowboy fans and cheer on our team as they march from the Student Union to Boone Pickens Stadium.  Spirit Walk begins two and a half hours before the game at the north Hester Street exit of the Student Union.  Come to the north plaza of the Student Union for GameDay at the Union before the walk.  Free poster painting, bounce house, Pistol Pete tattoos, giveaways and more!  GameDay at the Union starts three hours before kickoff and runs until one hour before kickoff.  Free and open to the public.

 

September 6:  GameDay at the Union, 11:30 am – 1:30 pm, Student Union, OSU Campus.  GameDay at the Union (GDAU) begins three hours prior to kick off on OSU home football game days.  Located on the northeast corner of the Student Union just off of Hester Street, GDAU is a family-friendly event featuring free activities such as a bounce house, OSU tattoos, a poster making station and giveaways.  It’s the perfect way to kick off game day on the OSU campus!  Free and open to the public.

 

September 6:  Pep Rally and The Walk, Noon, Conoco Phillips Alumni Center, OSU Campus.  Join the Spirit Band and Pistol Pete to cheer on the Cowboys!  Following the Pep Rally the Cowboy Football Team will make its way down Hester Street to Boone Pickens Stadium, led by Coach Gundy and the OSU Marching Band.

 

September 6:  Book Signing at Hastings, 1:00 – 3:00 pm, Hastings Book and Video, 316 N. Main St.  Two-timed Pulitzer nominated Oklahoma poet Ed Rogers will be signing copies of the second editions of his books:  “A Poet’s last Stand”, “I’m Still Standing”, and “Everything Must Have a Beginning, a Middle, and an End”.  Also available will be copies of his fourth book:  “Whispers, Tears, Prayers, and Hope” and his latest:  “When Words Escape You, You can Use Mine”.

 

September 6:  Red Dirt Whitetails Chapter Banquet, 5:00 pm, Payne County Expo Center.  5:00 pm  games, raffles and social hour.  7:00 pm  Dinner.  Tickets:  $40 single   $20 spouse/child (15 & under)  Tickets will not be sold at the door.  For more information:  www.whitetailsunlimited.com or call 800-274-5471.

 

September 7:  Punt, Pass, and Kick, 1:00 pm, Whittenburg Park, Richmond Road and HWY 177.  The NFL PUNT, PASS & KICK (PPK) program is a national skills competition for boys and girls between the ages of 6 and 15 to compete separately against their peers.  Established in 1961, the PPK program is the oldest NFL Youth Football program.  Girls and boys in five separate age divisions (6-7, 8-9, 10-11, 12-13, and 14-15) compete against each other in punting, passing and place kicking in a fun and engaging forum.  The PPK program is free – both to organizers who host a local competition and to every youngster who wants to participate!  With thousands of boys and girls from around the country taking part in PPK competitions every year from May through January, it is one of the world’s largest youth sports participation programs.  For more information call 405-747-8070.

 

September 7:  Fall into Fitness, 3:00 – 4:00 pm, Body Works Gym, 707 N. Perkins Rd.  In an effort to introduce the community to a variety of fitness classes, the gym is sponsoring a free event to get each participant started down the path to a healthier you.  Everyone participating may enter a drawing for several prizes, including a one-month free membership.

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September 8:  Stillwater League of Women Voters Book Discussion, 7:00 – 9:00 pm.  “Dear Life” by Alice Munro.  Visit http://www.lwvstillwater.org/calendar.htm for more information.

 

September 8:  Live Music at Cross Eyed Cricket, 9:00 pm, 412 S. Washington St.

 

September 9:  Walk ‘n’ Talk Series, 7:00 – 7:45 am, Botanic Gardens at OSU.  Start your Tuesday mornings off with a little exercise and a peaceful state of mind by strolling through The Botanic Garden.  Laura Payne, the Botanic Garden Volunteer/Education Coordinator will be on hand to participate in the walks as you check out what’s new and blooming in the garden.  The Walk will begin at The Botanic Garden South Parking Lot off Highway 51.  Free to the public!  Donations appreciated.

 

September 9:  Stillwater League of Women Voters Discussion, 11:30 am – 1:00 pm, Freddie Paul’s Restaurant, 1707 E. 6th St.  Report by local Stillwater League Program Committee on Drug Study.

 

September 9:  Picking Up Steam-Exploring Our Senses, 3:30 – 4:30 pm, Stillwater Public Library, 1107 S. Duck St.  A Library Lab for K-3.  Space is limited, so please call 405-372-3633 or email childrensreference@stillwater.org to register!  Free and open to the public

 

September 9:  Edwin Fair SeptemberFest 2014, 4:00 – 6:00 pm, Payne County Expo Center.  Celebrating September as Recovery Month!  Lions Club Mobile Health Screening Unit (1 pm – 6 pm)  Games with lots of free prizes  Health Fair  FREE hot dogs, chips, snow cones, popcorn  Door prizes and much, much more  Contact Tara Goldman for more information:  405-372-1250.

 

September 9:  2014 Tuesday Gardening Series, 6:00 – 7:30 pm, Educational Building @ The Botanic Garden.  Seed Saving, Evaluating the Garden, Planting Cover Crops, Constructing a Cold Frame.  The program is free and open to all.  We ask that you call or email the OSU Extension Office if you plan to attend:  405-747-8320 or keithreed@okstate.edu.

 

September 9:  Wine & Palette-Vintage Butterfly, 6:00 – 9:00 pm, Brooklyn’s Restaurant, 701 S. Main St.  Join us for a night of wine, food, and painting.  $35  Pre-registration is required.  To register visit:  http://wineandpalette.com/Class_Detail.asp?CalID=3391

 

September 9:  Acting Basics, 6:30 – 8:00 pm, Stillwater Public Library, 1107 S. Duck St.  What’s My Motivation?  Character traits and emotions.  Spend time analyzing and defining your character.  Work through your inhibitions.  Don’t overact!  For more information and registration call 405-744-8459.

 

September 9:  Live Music at The College Bar, 10:00 pm, 319 S. Washington St.

 

September 10:  Workshop Wednesday-Help, Don’t Hurt, Noon – 1:00 pm, Room 214, Stillwater Public Library, 1107 S. Duck St. Highlights and principles from the popular When Helping Hurts series remind us about what matters most: helping people get ahead by building resources for a better life.  Panel Presentation and Discussion led by Local Nonprofit Leaders.

 

September 10:  Help Your Non-Profit Grow, 1:00 – 3:30 pm, Stillwater Public Library, 1107 S. Duck St.  Grant seeking lab with librarians.

 

September 10:  LEGO® Club, 3:30 – 4:30 pm, Stillwater Public Library, 1107 S. Duck St.  Do you like to build with LEGOs®?  Build your own LEGO® creations using our challenge idea or your imagination.  Share your great ideas!  LEGOs® are provided by the library.  This program is best suited for children in elementary school.  Registration is required, please call 405-372-3633 ext. 8108 or email Children’s Services.  Note children age 5 or younger must have an adult in the room, children age 6-8 need an adult in the building during the program.

 

September 10:  Getting Started with E-Mail, 6:30 pm, Stillwater Public Library, 1107 S. Duck St.  Free and open to the public.  To register for this class, call 405-372-3633 x 8106 or email askalibrarian@stillwater.org.  This class is for people who do not have an email account.  Class meets one time.

 

September 10:  Jacob Stiefel Acoustic, 10:00 pm, Eskimo Joe’s, 507 W. Elm St.  Join us for Jacob Stiefel, live in the Joe Dome!  It’s Wednesday and we’re spinning our Wheel-O-Beer starting at 10pm to determine the night’s drink features, which could be anything from a FREE keg to .75 cent longnecks, $2 Joe’s cups and more!  We’re also serving up $1.50 longnecks and $5 regular Cheese Fries after 10pm.  All month long we’re featuring PBR 16oz Cans for $2.00, Coors Banquet Bottles for $2.25, Blue Moon Cups for $4.25, and Jose Cuervo Gold Shots for $2.50!  This week we’re also serving up Deep Eddy Sweet Peach Tea for $4.25!

 

September 11:  Farmers Market, 9:00 am – 1:00 pm, Student Union Plaza, OSU Campus.  Buy fresh, local grown produce as well as other agricultural by-products.  Our market provides farmers and other vendors a chance to sell their Made in Oklahoma and Oklahoma grown fresh products.

 

September 11:  Yoga in the Garden, 5:45 – 6:30 pm, OSU Botanic Garden.  There is no better way to unwind at the end of a long day than through yoga practice and guided relaxation and what finer place to practice than the tranquil setting of The Botanic Garden.  Bring your mat and join Yoga Therapist Carol Bender as we shed the worries of the day and welcome nature’s energy into body, mind and spirit.  In addition to a yoga mat, participants may want to bring sunscreen, water, insect repellent and a small hand towel to make practice more enjoyable.  Free  For more information call 405-744-4531.

 

September 11:  Live Music at Louie’s Grill & Bar, 10:00 pm, 720 S. Main St.

 

September 12:  A Discussion about Housing for Independent Living, 8:30 am – 2:30 pm, Stillwater Public Library, 1107 S. Duck St.  Registration:  8:30 am   Sessions:  9:00 a.m. – 2:30 p.m.  Lunch provided.  Sessions will include:  Housing design & Home modifications, Home Modifications & Technology, AARP & Senior Housing, Community Support Programs   Pre-register at www.oilr-ok.com or call 405-219-0884.

 

September 12:  Fall Garden Concert Series, 5:30 – 7:30 pm, The Botanic Garden.  Bring you blanket, a picnic dinner, your friends & family to enjoy live music in the gardens.  The Fall Plant Fundraiser will be ongoing and available for your planting needs.  Free and open to the public.  Donations are appreciated.  Featuring Tequila Songbirds.

 

September 12:  Tumbleweed Presents-Kyle Park, 8:00 pm, Tumbleweed Dance Hall, Lakeview and Country Club Road.  Doors open at 8:00 pm, show begins at 9:30 pm.  More information available at:  http://tumbleweed.preferredfan.com

 

September 12:  Asphalt Orchestra, 8:00 – 10:00 pm, Seretean Center Concert Hall, OSU Campus.  Created by the founders of the “relentlessly inventive” new music presenter Bang on a Can (New York Magazine), Asphalt Orchestra unleashes innovative music from concert halls, rock clubs and jazz basements and takes it to the streets and beyond.  The band brings together some of the most exciting rock, jazz and classical players in New York City who The New York Times called “12 top-notch brass and percussion players.  Part parade spectacle, part halftime show and part cutting-edge contemporary music concert…. exhilarating…. The playing was coolly brilliant and infectious.  And what a scene!  Concert audiences are so conditioned to standing back and giving musicians room that it took a while for people here to realize that they were being invited to come close and join in.  When the performance ended, people would not stop applauding and waving.” – Anthony Tommasini, The New York Times

 

September 12:  Jacob Stiefel & The Truth, 10:00 pm, Eskimo Joe’s, 507 W. Elm St.  Music from Jacob Stiefel & The Truth brings originality along with hints of his major musical influences, such as, Willie Nelson, Waylon Jennings and AC/DC.  We’re serving up $1.50 longnecks and $5 regular cheese fries all night, along with our month long drink features: PBR 16oz Cans for $2.00, Coors Banquet Bottles for $2.25, Blue Moon Cups for $4.25, and Jose Cuervo Gold Shots for $2.50.  We’ve also got Deep Eddy Sweet Peach Tea for $4.25 all week long!

 

September 13:  Fall Family Weekend/Dad’s Day, all day event, OSU Campus.  Family Weekend and Dads Day offers parents and family members of OSU students the chance to visit for a fun weekend of activities and Cowboy Football.  The weekend is held each fall in September or early October and also coincides with the announcement of the Cowboy Parents Scholarship winners.

 

September 13:  Fall Into the Holidays Craft Show, 9:00 – 5:00 pm, Payne County Expo Center.  For more information call 580-455-2273

 

September 13:  SSPA Nutcracker Auditions 2014, 1:30 pm, Stillwater School of Performing Arts, 1225 N. Perkins Rd.  Open Auditions for Stillwater Community Nutcracker Performance  *All ages, all experience levels *  Looking for dancers in a variety of styles, actors, musicians, & acrobats   Email: artofdance@att.net for more information.

 

September 13:  Cowboy Corral, 2:30 – 5:00 pm, Conoco Phillips Alumni Center, OSU Campus.  Pep Rally 3:30 pm   Spirit Walk  4:00 pm   Pictures with Bullet   Come out and support the OSU Cowboys!

 

September 13:  GameDay at the Union, 11:30 am – 1:30 pm, Student Union, OSU Campus.  GameDay at the Union (GDAU) begins three hours prior to kick off on OSU home football game days.  Located on the northeast corner of the Student Union just off of Hester Street, GDAU is a family-friendly event featuring free activities such as a bounce house, OSU tattoos, a poster making station and giveaways.  It’s the perfect way to kick off game day on the OSU campus!  Free and open to the public.

 

September 13:  Anime Club, 2:00 – 3:30 pm, Stillwater Public Library, 1107 S. Duck St.  The monthly meetings include viewing new anime productions, practicing Manga drawing skills and learning about Japanese culture.  For more information contact Adult Services or call 405-372-3633 ext. 8106

 

September 13:  2014-2015 Stillwater Mini-X, 5:30 pm, Lazy J Arena, 1419 W. 80th St.  Practice – 5:30 pm   Races – 7:00 pm   $8 admission  3 & under free

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September 15 – 30:  Chris Ramsay-Meditations in Stillwater, Postal Plaza Gallery, 720 S. Husband St.  Chris Ramsay:  Meditations in Stillwater will feature more than 30 works from the past two decades by artist and OSU professor Chris Ramsay.  Collecting souvenirs of the everyday and filling the spaces of his art as if they were the shelves of a living room curio cabinet or storage drawers in a museum of anthropology, Ramsay creates mixed-media sculptures that invite the viewer to look closely at humble traces of time and life:  not rare and precious artifacts but rather simple, anonymous objects from marine fossils and flint arrowheads to postcards and Coke bottle shards.

 

September 15:  Sewing Circle Reading Society, 6:30 – 8:30 pm, Stillwater Public Library, 1107 S. Duck St.  Work on your current needlework project as you enjoy readings presented by a library employee or volunteer and the companionship of fellow participants.  For more information contact Adult Services or call 405-372-3633 ext. 8106.

 

September 15:  Live Music at Cross Eyed Cricket, 9:00 pm, 412 S. Washington St.

 

September 16:  Walk ‘n’ Talk Series, 7:00 – 7:45 am, Botanic Gardens at OSU.  Start your Tuesday mornings off with a little exercise and a peaceful state of mind by strolling through The Botanic Garden.  Laura Payne, the Botanic Garden Volunteer/Education Coordinator will be on hand to participate in the walks as you check out what’s new and blooming in the garden.  The Walk will begin at The Botanic Garden South Parking Lot off Highway 51.  Free to the public!  Donations appreciated.

 

September 16:  Acting Basics, 6:30 – 8:00 pm, Stillwater Public Library, 1107 S. Duck St.  Deep Thoughts   A brief history of modern acting techniques and their creators.  Subtext-what’s behind your lines.  Truthful behavior in imaginary circumstances.  Find the character beats in a play.  For more information and registration call 405-744-8459.

 

September 16:  Let’s Talk About It Oklahoma-Journey Stories, 6:30 – 8:30 pm, Stillwater Public Library, 1107 S. Duck St.  “The Odyssey” by Homer; Discussion Led by Dr. Harbour Winn.  The program for each book features a scholar who provides background and meaning to what has been read.  Afterwards, participants discuss the book in small groups.  Programs are free and open to the public.  For more information and to register  call 405-372-3633 x8106.

 

September 16:  Live Music at The College Bar, 10:00 pm, 319 S. Washington St.

 

September 17:  Effective Business Writing, 8:30 am – 4:30 pm, Meridian Technology Center, 1312 Sangre Rd.  To boost business competitiveness, you must cut through the clutter and communicate clearly – without leaving anything open to misinterpretation or misunderstanding.  This course offers a solution to boost your business writing skills.  You will practice writing to communicate your message in a way that makes you look polished and professional on paper.  Come learn how to set quality writing standards and increase your productivity, resolve issues, avoid errors and heighten your credibility.  Includes morning and afternoon refreshments.   For more information call:  405-377-3333.

 

September 17:  Making the Most of Retirement, 1:30 pm, Stillwater Public Library, 1107 S. Duck St.  All Stillwater-area retirees are invited to attend the meeting, which will be held in the 3rd Floor Reception Area of the Stillwater Public Library.  The speaker, John Harned, CEO of Epworth Living, will be presenting an update about The Ranch.  He will be accompanied by Joe Haney, Vice President for Advancement of Epworth Living.  Free and open to the public.

 

September 17:  Constitution Day featuring Rich Rohrs, 3:30 pm, Peggy V. Helmerich Browsing Room, Edmon Low Library, OSU Campus.  Constitution Day (or Citizenship Day) is an American federal observance that recognizes the ratification of the United States Constitution and those who have become U.S. citizens.  It is observed on September 17, the day the U.S. Constitutional Convention signed the Constitution in 1787.  Speaker Rick Rohrs will discuss his research focusing on Jacksonian America to celebrate Constitution Day 2014.  Free and open to the public.

 

September 18:  Stillwater Day of Caring.  Save the date!  Stillwater Area United Way’s annual Day of Caring will be held September 18.  Sponsors and volunteers are needed to make this event a success.  Last year over 400 volunteers completed over 60 projects at our 25 helping agencies.  We are looking forward to another great event and we say THANK YOU all who pitch in on this Day of Caring.

 

September 18:  Farmers Market, 9:00 am – 1:00 pm, Student Union Plaza, OSU Campus.  Buy fresh, local grown produce as well as other agricultural by-products.  Our market provides farmers and other vendors a chance to sell their Made in Oklahoma and Oklahoma grown fresh products.

 

September 18:  Basic Internet Searching, 3:00 pm, Stillwater Public Library, 1107 S. Duck St.  Free and open to the public.  To register for this class call 405-372-3633 x 8106 or email askalibrarian@stillwater.org.  Class meets one time.

 

September 18:  LEGO® Club, 3:30 – 4:30 pm, Stillwater Public Library, 1107 S. Duck St.  Do you like to build with LEGOs®?  Build your own LEGO® creations using our challenge idea or your imagination.  Share your great ideas!  LEGOs® are provided by the library.  This program is best suited for children in elementary school.  Registration is required, please call 405-372-3633 ext. 8108 or email Children’s Services.  Note children age 5 or younger must have an adult in the room, children age 6-8 need an adult in the building during the program.

 

September 18:  Writing Workshop, 3:30 – 5:00 pm, Oklahoma WONDERtorium, 308 W. Franklin Ln.  All ages.  Free with admission.  The OSU Writing Project will be at the museum with fun writing activities for kids.  Don’t miss this after-school opportunity to play and learn!

 

September 18:  “Notorious Payne County” Exhibit Opening, Sheerar Museum, 702 S. Duncan St.  This exhibit looks at the outlaw history of Payne County prior to statehood.

 

September 18:  Teacher Appreciation Night at the WONDERtorium, 5:30 – 6:30 pm, Oklahoma WONDERtorium, 308 W. Franklin Ln.  We are celebrating young children—and their TEACHERS!  We are inviting elementary teachers from all areas in and around Stillwater to com celebrate the start of school.  Teachers are welcome to bring their families and come and play for FREE from 5:30 to 6:30 pm.  Teachers present can enter to win a field trip, a membership and more!

 

September 18:  Artist Talk-Mike Wimmer, 5:00 – 6:00 pm, Postal Plaza Gallery, 720 S. Husband St.  Mike Wimmer, artist featured in Framing History, will give a public talk.  This lecture is free and open to the public.

 

September 18:  Yoga in the Garden, 5:45 – 6:30 pm, OSU Botanic Garden.  There is no better way to unwind at the end of a long day than through yoga practice and guided relaxation and what finer place to practice than the tranquil setting of The Botanic Garden.  Bring your mat and join Yoga Therapist Carol Bender as we shed the worries of the day and welcome nature’s energy into body, mind and spirit.  In addition to a yoga mat, participants may want to bring sunscreen, water, insect repellent and a small hand towel to make practice more enjoyable.  Free  For more information call 405-744-4531.

 

September 18:  Mushroom Mania, 6:30 – 8:00 pm, Stillwater Public Library, 1107 S. Duck St.  Shiitake, enoki, oyster, maitake, lion’s mane and reishi are just some of the types of mushrooms that foodies, foragers and other interested participants will learn about at the Stillwater Public Library’s program, “Mushroom Mania.”  The program features Doug and Sandra Williams from Lost Creek Mushroom Farm.  The Williams’ will share their expertise to teach participants about many different types of mushrooms, how to cook with them, and their medicinal properties.  Participants will also learn which mushrooms can be found in the wild and how mushrooms are grown.  At the end of the program, participants will be invited to sample prepared mushrooms.  Recipes for using mushrooms in cooking will be provided.  “Mushroom Mania” is free, but registration is requested and available on the library’s website, by calling the Help Desk at (405) 372-3633 x 8106 or by emailing askalibrarian@stillwater.org.

 

September 18:  High School Orchestra Concert, 7:00 – 8:30 pm, Stillwater High School Performing Arts Center.

 

September 18:  Live Music at Louie’s Grill & Bar, 9:00 pm, 720 S. Main St.

 

September 19:  17th Annual Tin Cup Golf Classic, all day event, Stillwater Country Club.  The Stillwater Medical Center Foundation’s Annual Tin Cup Golf Classic helps the foundation continue to provide compassionate care and clinical excellence for every patient cared for at our hospital.  This year’s tournament will benefit the Warm Water Pool at SMC.  The day will include lunch (before or after play), on-course refreshments, tee gifts and individual and team prizes.  More information at:  smc-foundation.org/golfclassic.php.

 

September 19:  Extended Hours at the WONDERtorium, Oklahoma WONDERtorium, 308 W. Franklin Ln.  The WONDERtorium will stay open until 7:00 pm.  Come and be part of the fun!  Families can play for TWO extra hours!  Be where the action is!  Regular admission rates apply.

 

September 19 & 20:  2014 Red Dirt International Film Festival, 2:00 – 10:30 pm, Student Union, OSU Campus.  The all-ages festival will allow for the public and students to meet and greet visiting international, domestic and Oklahoma based filmmakers , see a variety of films, and listen and participate in Q&As.  The official venue is available for view at www.reddirtfilmfestival.org.  Tickets for an all access pass are $45.  Friday only pass is $25 and a Saturday only pass is $30.

 

September 19:  8th Annual Downtown Stillwater Car & Bike Show Cruise In, 5:30 pm, Visit Stillwater, 2617 W. 6th Ave.  Cars and motorcycles will begin the annual car and bike show with a cruise in beginning at Visit Stillwater, 2617 W. 6th Ave.  The cruise in will proceed east on 6th Street, then south on Main Street.

 

September 19:  Stillwater Bike Night, 6:00 pm, Downtown Stillwater.  Held in conjunction with the 8th Annual Downtown Stillwater Car &  Bike Show Cruise In.  Family Friendly event.  Contests, events, music & more!

 

September 19:  Fridays, Food Trucks & Tunes, 6:00 – 9:00 pm, Downtown Stillwater, 7th & Main St.  20 food vendors, 6 business vendors, Louie’s Beverage Garden, Red Dirt Music from the Red Dirt Rangers and Corey Kent White and the movie Cars at the Court House Lawn.  Cruise-In for the Car and Bike Show will also be taking place at this time.

 

September 19:  Fall Garden Concert Series, 5:30 – 7:30 pm, The Botanic Garden.  Bring your blanket, a picnic dinner, your friends and family to enjoy live music in the gardens.  The Fall Plant Fundraiser will be ongoing and available for your planting needs.  Free and open to the public.  Donations appreciated.  Featuring Jared Tyler Band.

 

September 19:  Shane Smith & The Saints, 10:00 pm, Eskimo Joe’s, 507 W. Elm St.  Join us for Shane Smith & The Saints, as they perform from their new album, Coast!  Come in and enjoy $1.50 longnecks and $5 regular cheese friens after 10pm, along with our month long features; PBR 16oz Cans for $2.00, Coors Banquet Bottles for $2.25, Blue Moon Cups for $4.25, and Jose Cuervo Gold Shots for $2.50!  We’re also featuring our delicious Relaxer for just $4.25 all week long!  Learn more about Shane Smith & The Saints at http://www.shanesmithmusic.com/

 

September 19 – October 11:  Fall Plant Sale Fundraiser, The Botanic Garden.  The Botanic Garden will be offering a fall plant sale fundraiser starting September 19.  There will be a variety of trees, shrubs and perennials available.  Be sure to come out early since quantities will be limited on some species.  This activity supports TBG gardens, supplies and programs.

 

September 20:  Cowboy Mud & Obstacle Challenge, 8:00 am, 5300 W. Mercedes Ln, (North of Country Club & Lakeview Rd.)  Check-In 8:00 am   Family Challenge 9:00 am   Adult Challenge 10:30 am   Registration:  September 1 – 19 $60   Registration:  September 20 – $65   For more information call 405-812-7803.

 

September 20:  Juke Joint Jog, 9:30 am, Eskimo Joe’s, 507 W. Elm St.  The Fun Run will begin at 9:30am and the 5K will begin at 10am!  Registration will open mid summer.  Eskimo Joe’s Juke Joint Jog is a 5K sanctioned race and Fun Run held each Fall.  The courses for both wind through the beautiful Oklahoma State University campus and finish at Eskimo Joe’s.  Logo medals are awarded to top finishers in each age division and watches from Leonard Jewelry are given to the top five male and female open class runners and to the top two male and female Masters runners.  The Juke Joint Jog is a family-friendly event and includes a “fun zone” for the kids sponsored by Stillwater Medical Center.  For more information, please contact Kendra Moreland at 405-377-0799, extension 320 orkendram@scc.eskimojoes.com.

 

September 20:  Business 101, 10:00 am – Noon, Stillwater Public Library, 1107 S. Duck St.  Brad Rickelman, Assistant Director of Meridian’s Center for Business Development, will facilitate the session and will cover the basic questions individuals should consider when deciding to open a business.  He will discuss a variety of topics that entrepreneurs should consider, including the necessity of market research and financials, two major areas that cause trouble for all new businesses.  The course is free, but an RSVP in encouraged.  Contact the Stillwater Public Library by phone at (405) 372-3633 ext. 8106 or send an email to askalibrarian@stillwater.org to reserve your spot.

 

September 20:  Workshop-Mike Wimmer, 10:00 am – 2:00 pm, Stillwater Multi-Arts Center, 1001 S. Duck St.  In conjuction with Framing History: Highlights from the Oklahoma State Capitol Senate Collection, the OSU Museum of Art is pleased to offer the opportunity to explore figurative painting in this hands-on workshop taught by award-winning artist and illustrator Mike Wimmer.  Participants will learn effective ways to work with a costumed model when Wimmer shares the techniques he’s developed to help you create dynamic portraits in this art-filled, comfortable environment.  Tips for working with charcoal and oil paints will enhance the work of artists at any skill level.  All materials are included, but established artists are encouraged to bring their own.  Open to adults of all skill levels.  Participation is limited to 20 adults. Please click here to make a reservation.  For more information contact Carrie Kim, Curator of Education at the OSU Museum of Art.

 

September 20:  Annual TBG Garden Fest, 10:00 am – 4:00 pm, The Botanic Garden.  Lectures and demonstrations by OSU educators and The Botanic Garden Ambassadors.  Numerous and varied exhibitors including plant societies, educational organizations, local artists and garden-related vendors.  Children’s Activity Zone.  Music from local artists.  Food Vendors.  The Botanic Garden at OSU Plant Sale and Merchandise.  Free and open to the public.

 

September 20:  Strongest Cowboy Competition, Noon – 3:00 pm, Colvin Center Lawn, OSU Campus.  Yoke walk, tire flip, prowler push log, clean & press, and medley.  For more information call 405-744-5510.

 

September 20:  Matt Cline Live, 10:00 pm, Eskimo Joe’s, 507 W. Elm St.  Come enjoy live music from Matt Cline!  We’re serving up $1.50 longnecks and $5 regular cheese fries every night after 10pm, and continuing our month long features: PBR 16oz Cans for $2.00, Coors Banquet Bottles for $2.25, Blue Moon Cups for $4.25, and Jose Cuervo Gold Shots for $2.50!  We’re also featuring our Relaxer for $4.25 throughout the week!

 

September 21:  Red Dirt Shuffle Quarter and Half Marathon, 7:30 am – Noon, Lake McMurtry, East Side.  Half Marathon and Quarter Marathon on the east side mountain bike trailz.  The Quarter Marathon uses the South trailz, which are smooth and very beginner-friendly.  The Half Marathon uses both the north and souuth trailz.  Nice shirts for the first 150 entrants, unique finishers awards, and special awards for the top three male and females in each distance.   This race takes place on the EAST SIDE campgrounds–NOT the west side where our April race is.  More information at:  www.tatur.org.

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September 22:  Bookworms, 1:30 – 2:30 pm, Stillwater Public Library, 1107 S. Duck St.  Seniors in assisted living facilities, retirement homes or those who may be homebound are invited to attend.  Bookworms explores one topic each month with interesting stories and fascinating facts using props, visual materials, sounds and items with different textures to stimulate participants’ senses.  Attendees are encouraged to share personal stories and experiences on the topics to help stimulate memory.  For more information contact Adult Services or call 405-372-3633 ext. 8106

 

September 22:  Live Music at Cross Eyed Cricket, 9:00 pm, 412 S. Washington St.

 

September 23:  Walk ‘n’ Talk Series, 7:00 – 7:45 am, Botanic Gardens at OSU.  Start your Tuesday mornings off with a little exercise and a peaceful state of mind by strolling through The Botanic Garden.  Laura Payne, the Botanic Garden Volunteer/Education Coordinator will be on hand to participate in the walks as you check out what’s new and blooming in the garden.  The Walk will begin at The Botanic Garden South Parking Lot off Highway 51.  Free to the public!  Donations appreciated.

 

September 23:  National Voter Registration Day!!

 

September 23:  Stillwater League of Women Voters Noon Meeting, 11:30 am – 1:00 pm, Freddie Paul’s Restaurant, 1707 E. 6th St.  Speaker Ellen deGraad, Counselor at Valley Hope, Cushing, OK.

 

September 23:  Acting Basics, 6:30 – 8:00 pm, Stillwater Public Library, 1107 S. Duck St.  Stage Fright  What scares you about acting?  Relaxation and breathing techniques.  Treating mistakes as normal.  Find your light.  Stage fright.  For more information and registration call 405-744-8459.

 

September 23:  SPEF Gala 2014, 6:30 – 8:30 pm, Click Hall, Conoco Phillips Alumni Center, OSU Campus.  Stillwater Public Education Foundation’s annual fundraiser.  Reservations due by September 12 to the SPEF office by calling 405-707-5006 or spef@stillwaterschools.com.

 

September 23:  Live Music at The College Bar, 10:00 pm, 319 S. Washington St.

 

September 24:  Wine & Palette-Summer Meets Fall, 6:00 – 9:00 pm, Zannotti’s Wine Bar, 113 W. 7th Ave.  $45.  Tappas buffet included in event cost!  Must be 21.  Register at:  http://wineandpalette.com/Class_Detail.asp?CalID=3440

 

September 24:  Ali Harter Acoustic, 10:00 pm, Eskimo Joe’s, 507 W. Elm St.  Ali Harter has been fortunate enough to share the stage with many of the music industry’s big names, and has also been featured on the hit show Grey’s Anatomy!  Find out more at http://www.aliharter.com/  We’re keeping the fun going with our $1.50 longnecks and $5 regular cheese fries after 10pm, as well as our month long drink features: PBR 16oz Cans for $2.00, Coors Banquet Bottles for $2.25, Blue Moon Cups for $4.25, and Jose Cuervo Gold Shots for $2.50!

 

September 25:  Farmers Market, 9:00 am – 1:00 pm, Student Union Plaza, OSU Campus.  Buy fresh, local grown produce as well as other agricultural by-products.  Our market provides farmers and other vendors a chance to sell their Made in Oklahoma and Oklahoma grown fresh products.

 

September 25:  Adorable Affordables Consignment Sale, 9:00 am – 7:00 pm, Payne County Expo Center.  Stillwater’s premier seasonal sale that offers consignors a chance to sell gently used children’s, maternity and scrap booking items.  For more information call 405-747-7304.

 

September 25 – 27:  Elektrik Prairie Music Experience, 2:30 pm, Lazy J Arena, 1419 W. 80th St.  The Elektrik Prairie Music Experience is Oklahoma’s newest college event!  Imagine when you were in high school and you watched the hollywood films about college parties.  Take that same thought and multiply it by 10,000!  Now you have an idea of what the Elektrik Prairie Music Experience is all about.  EPME features 3 different experiences filled with crazy, all out wild fun.  EPME will feature unique venues showing off the local area and multiple genres all while focusing on music and the college experience.  Prepare yourself for Oklahoma’s Ultimate College Music Experience!  More information at:  www.elektrikprairie.com   Purchase tickets at:  eventbrite.com

 

September 25:  Writing Workshop, 3:30 – 5:00 pm, Oklahoma WONDERtorium, 308 W. Franklin Ln.  All ages.  Free with admission.  The OSU Writing Project will be at the museum with fun writing activities for kids.  Don’t miss this after-school opportunity to play and learn!

 

September 25:  GameDay at the Union, 11:30 am – 1:30 pm, Student Union, OSU Campus.  GameDay at the Union (GDAU) begins three hours prior to kick off on OSU home football game days.  Located on the northeast corner of the Student Union just off of Hester Street, GDAU is a family-friendly event featuring free activities such as a bounce house, OSU tattoos, a poster making station and giveaways.  It’s the perfect way to kick off game day on the OSU campus!  Free and open to the public.

 

September 25 – 28:  Friends of the Library Used Book Sale, 5:00 – 8:00 pm, Stillwater Public Library, 1107 S. Duck St.  September 25 – Preview sale, 5:00 – 8:00 pm-A Friends of the Library memberships is required to attend the Preview Sale.  Preview customers are limited to 100 items total, including 50 children’s books.  About memberships:  Valid for one calendar year   Available at the door or during business hours at the Stillwater Public Library   Annual $10 or Lifetime $100.  September 26, Noon – 8:00 pm, September 27, 10:00am – 5:00 pm, September 28, 1:30 – 4:00 pm, $1 Bag Sale.  For more information call 405-372-3633 ext. 8106, or email askalibrarian@stillwater.org.

 

September 25: Yoga in the Garden, 5:45 – 6:30 pm, OSU Botanic Garden.  There is no better way to unwind at the end of a long day than through yoga practice and guided relaxation and what finer place to practice than the tranquil setting of The Botanic Garden.  Bring your mat and join Yoga Therapist Carol Bender as we shed the worries of the day and welcome nature’s energy into body, mind and spirit.  In addition to a yoga mat, participants may want to bring sunscreen, water, insect repellent and a small hand towel to make practice more enjoyable.  Free  For more information call 405-744-4531.

 

September 25:  Live Music at Louie’s Grill & Bar, 10:00, 720 S. Main St.

 

September 26:  Breaking the Silence-Elder Abuse, Care, and Resilience, 7:30 am – 5:30 pm, Wes Watkins Center, OSU Campus.  Event is open to the public.  Lunch will be provided.  The conference will focus on a variety of issues related to Oklahoma’s aging population including elder abuse, psychological well-being, legal and ethical considerations of elder abuse, mandatory reporting, and the resilience of seniors.  For more information contact Dr. Tammy Henderson at 405-744-7511.

 

September 26:  Fall Garden Concert Series, 5:30 – 7:30 pm, The Botanic Garden.  Bring your blanket, a picnic dinner, your friends and family to enjoy live music in the gardens.  The Fall Plant Fundraiser will be ongoing and available for your planting needs.  Free and open to the public.  Donations are appreciated.  Featuring Kyle Reid and The Low Swinging Chariots.

 

September 26:  Pumpkin Palooza, 5:30 – 7:30 pm, Rockin’ Star Farm, 17351 Alamo Rd.  A fun filled fall festival to kick of the Rockin’ Star Farm Season.  Door prizes will be given away and discounted MAZE admission offered on Palooza Evening. Food Truck Vendors, Music, Games, Petting Zoo, Bounce House and much more!  Fun for the entire family…follow our Facebook for up to date details.  Event Contact:  Rachel Pickens  Phone Number: 405-612-0287

 

September 26:  WONDER Jam, 6:00 – 8:00 pm, Oklahoma WONDERtorium, 308 W. Franklin Ln.  Members:  $4 per person  Non-members:  $7 per person  An after hours musical event for the whole family!  We will have an instrument petting zoo, drum circle, instrument-making, and much more!  This event is made possible by Kicker.

 

September 27: Stillwater K-Life Golf Tournament, at Lakeside Memorial Golf Course. For tournament details and to learn ways Stillwater K-Life is impacting lives of our community youth, visit stillwater.klife.com

 

September 27 & 28:  Mud U, all day event, Lake McMurtry, East Side.  Mud U is a fun, unique, and memorable event that your child will be talking about to you and probably just about everyone else for years to come.  The concept of Mud U was derived from the adventure/obstacle events that are currently available to adults whereby participants must complete a series of obstacles or challenges over a generally muddy course.  Mud U was specifically developed to provide children and youth between the ages of 6 and 13 with the same fun experience in a safe and age-appropriate manner.  www.MudUniversity.org is the hub for registration information, updates and photos.  You can also connect on Facebook and Twitter.  Plan to have fun in the first degree!

 

September 27:  78th Annual Cowboy Jamboree, 8:00 am , Cross Country Course, OSU Campus.  The Jamboree, considered the oldest annual cross country meet in the nation, marks OSU’s only appearance in Stillwater in 2014.  The Jamboree has become one of the largest non-championship cross country races in the country, attracting some of the best teams and individual runners in the country.

 

September 27:  2014-2015 Stillwater Mini-X, 5:30 pm, AMP Motocross Park, 5300 W. Mercedes Ln.  Practice 5:30 pm   Races 7:00 pm   $8 admission, 3 & under free

 

September 28:  Coaches vs Cancer Birthday Bash, 2:00 – 4:00 pm, Gallagher Iba Arena, OSU Campus.  This event is for children cancer survivors (currently in treatment and also out of treatment) are invited.  Children will spend the afternoon with OSU athletic teams and coaches playing games, singing, dancing, having birthday cake and celebrating the American Cancer Society’s World with more birthdays.  Joe and Buffy along with pet therapy pups will also be greeting the families and kids as they arrive.

 

September 28:  Kaleidoscope of Colors, 2:30 pm, Seretean Center Concert Hall, OSU Campus.  Kaleidoscope of Choirs is the annual OSU Choral Gala event.  This performance will feature the OSU Concert Chorale, Chamber Choir, University Singers, Cantamus and Statesmen under the direction of Dr. Z. Randall Stroope and Dr. Christopher Haygood.  Tickets are available through the OSU Music Department Office – 132 Seretean Center. (405)744-6133   $8 General Admission/$6 Students and Senior Citizens

 

September 29:  Diabetes Support Group, 6:30 – 7:30 pm, Evident Health Services, 604 S. Walnut St.  Facilitated by healthcare professionals that care for you.  To help you realize you are not alone in your battle against diabetes.  For more information call 405-571-9111 or email smoore@evidenthealth.com

 

September 29:  Wine & Palette-Heaven in Oklahoma, 6:30 – 9:30 pm, Stillwater Elks Lodge, 202 E. McElroy Rd.  Personalize with your choice of colors!  Full bar available!  Food service is not available.  Registered guests are allowed to bring in food.  $35/person.  To register visit:  http://wineandpalette.com/Class_Detail.asp?CalID=3468

 

September 29:  Prophecy & Persuasion-Visualizing the Apocalypse in Fifteenth Century Valencia, 7:00 – 8:00 pm, Room 035, Murray Hall, OSU Campus.  Taryn Chubb is Assistant Professor of Art and Director of the Progue Art Gallery at East Central University in Ada, Oklahoma.  She received her Ph.D. in the history of art from Cornell University in 2013 and a Master of Arts degree in art history from Southern Methodist University in 2005.  Dr. Chubb is co-editor of Mendicants and Merchants in the Medieval Mediterranean, a special edition of the Journal of Medieval Encounters, and author of several articles on St. Vincent Ferrer and the Dominicans of medieval Valencia.  Free and open to the public.

 

September 29:  Live Music at Louie’s Grill & Bar, 9:00 pm, 720 S. Main St.

 

September 30:  Walk ‘n’ Talk Series, 7:00 – 7:45 am, Botanic Gardens at OSU.  Start your Tuesday mornings off with a little exercise and a peaceful state of mind by strolling through The Botanic Garden.  Laura Payne, the Botanic Garden Volunteer/Education Coordinator will be on hand to participate in the walks as you check out what’s new and blooming in the garden.  The Walk will begin at The Botanic Garden South Parking Lot off Highway 51.  Free to the public!  Donations appreciated.

 

September 30:  Acting Basics, 6:30 – 8:00 pm, Stillwater Public Library, 1107 S. Duck St.  At Rise   A performance of a short scene.  Why act if you don’t enjoy it?  Don’t focus on one type of theatre.  Develop your own acting technique- not necessarily any right or wrong method.  For more information and registration call 405-744-8459.

 

September 30:  Live Music at The College Bar, 10:00 pm, 319 S. Washington St.

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All Month:

Framing History-Highlights from the Oklahoma State Capitol Senate Collection, Postal Plaza Gallery, 720 S. Husband.  Artwork on loan from the Oklahoma State Capitol’s Senate Collection will be featured in this exhibition.  Co-curated by Senator Charles Ford and Victoria Rowe Berry, this exhibition celebrates the artists and their process for capturing the narrative.  Throughout the exhibition, the OSU Museum of Art will host artist’s talks from a select group of artists whose work is featured.  In addition, the exhibition will offer a behind-the-scenes look into Senator Ford’s expedition to collect antique frames and how the selection was made to lend the right historical framework for each painting.

 

Coming Next Month:

October 1 & 2:  CASA Volunteer Training, 9:30 am – 3:30 pm, CASA Office, 315 W. 6th St., Suite 205.  They don’t leap tall buildings in a single bound…  They don’t have laser vision..But they are HEROES!  CASA volunteers are everyday heroes who advocate for abused and neglected children in court.  Join forces with these SUPERHEREOS!  CASA volunteer training is free!  You don’t even have to wear tights!  For more information call 405-624-2242 or email trisha@casaforkids.com or jen@casaforkids.com or visit www.facebook.com/paynecocasa

October 10:  Mummy & Son Dance, 7:00 pm, Stillwater Community Center, 315 W. 8th Ave.  This year the party theme is “Super Hero”.  Couples are encouraged to dress as their favorite super hero.  Advance tickets will be available online beginning Sept. 1 until Oct. 8 at tickets.stillwater.org or at the City of Stillwater Community Center for $25 per couple with $10 for each additional son.  Tickets purchased on Oct. 9 and Oct. 10 are $35 per couple with $15 for each additional son.  To purchase tickets visit:  https://www.vendini.com/ticket-software.html?t=tix&e=7e778469f78898fe26c8764bd2efe790

 

 

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