Frugal Friday: Weekend of arts, culture, earth

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Guthrie 89er Days Celebration

Guthrie 89er days land claims

Celebrate our state’s history in Guthrie at 89er Days.

The whole family can enjoy the festivities including a carnival, chuck wagon feed, and baseball game.

The celebration ends Sunday with a concert in the park.

All activities are free for kids with a suggested donation of $5 for adults.

Bob Moore Chopper 4 and pilot Jon Welsh will be out there so be sure to say hello!

Barons car giveawayOKC Barons Giving Away TWO Cars

If you’re going to the OKC Baron’s hockey game Saturday, you could leave in a new ride. 

They are giving away two new cars!

Festival of the Arts

Spend the week immersed in the arts downtown.

The Festival of the Arts starts Tuesday.

This year’s festival promises visual arts, performing arts and culinary arts.

See works from over 500 artists, feast on everything from appetizers to desserts and watch nearly 300 entertainers of all ages.

Admission is free.

Earth Day Activities Earth planet

You can celebrate our planet at a few different events across the state in honor of Earth Day.

– Check out the Nichols Hills Earth Day Celebration Saturday starting at 9 a.m.
Expect hands-on art activities, a farmers market, a picnic, wildlife and live entertainment.

– Sunday head to the Farmers Market District downtown for Earth Day Spring Fest.
See farm animals, an antique market, join in the plant exchange and crafts and games for the kids.
The first 500 people get a free tree to take home.

Norman’s Earth Day Celebration is Sunday in Reaves Park.
Starting at noon families can enjoy hands-on arts projects, live entertainment and pets will be available for adoption.

– The OKC Zoo is celebrating with a Party for the Planet Sunday.
It’s also kids’s choice day so for each child admission you buy, you get one adult admission free. 11 a.m. – 3 p.m.


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