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Whether you're a storm chaser, a trout fisher or you just want to let the good times roll, you can find fun for free this weekend.

Severe Weather Awareness Expo with the 4Warn Storm Team4 Warn Team Expo

Yes, we are still dealing with winter weather but storm season is almost here and we want you to be prepared.

So the 4Warn Storm Team will be out to meet you at the Severe Weather Awareness Expo at Penn Square Mall Saturday.

Other members of the NewsChannel 4 family will be there too including Linda, Kevin, Ali, Lance and even Bob Barry, Jr.

This is your chance to see the Dominator up close and meet crew from noon to 4 p.m.

Trout Fish Out 

Moore Fishing Derby

You can also get in touch with nature in Yukon this weekend.

How about a trout fish out?

Kids up to 15 years old can fish for prizes and awards at the Robertson Activity Center Saturday from 10 a.m. to 1 p.m.

The best part, it's free!

Mardi Gras: French Quarter of Oklahoma Mardi Gras costume

If you can't make it to the French Quarter for Fat Tuesday, celebrate Mardi Gras Oklahoma-style in Norman this weekend.

Let the good times roll at the annual family-friends parade with floats, food and jazz starting Saturday at 7 p.m.

The fun starts on Main Street and carries the party through the city.

Sunday Funday with Emily Sutton and Scott Hines
Go mitch go Em scott

UPDATE: The event has been moved to March 30 because of winter storms.

Join NewsChannel 4′s own Meteorologist Emily Sutton and Scott Hines, In Your Corner, in Bricktown to help cure cancer this weekend.

Don’t miss the launch party Mardi Gras Mixer for the “Go Mitch Go” foundation.

Expect food, drinks, live music, prizes and a Mardi Gras costume contest forSunday Funday at Tapwerks.

You can meet “Team Oklahoma,” find out more about the “Go Mitch Go” foundation and raise money for blood and bone cancer research from 2 p.m. – 5 p.m.

Tickets are $20 in advance and $25 at the door.

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