People don't need to be master artists to come to Muskogee Art Guild's Open Studio.The guild opens its studio to anyone 16 or older, from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. Tuesdays, Wednesdays and Thursdays.Sandra Willems said the studio is "where I can expand my reach. ""They have wonderful, supportive people here," Willems said. "They are proficient in different mediums. "Willems came to the studio on a Thursday to work on a portrait using watercolor, filling in details with colored pencils.
Parents can learn how to advocate for their children and find community resources Saturday at an Empowering Parent Summit.The summit will be from 10 a.m. to 3 p.m. Saturday at First United Methodist Church, Wagoner. The summit is sponsored by Wagoner County LAUNCH (Linking Actions in Unmet Needs in Children's Health), an organization that promotes children's health and well-being.Organization President Sarah Jones said the summit is open to any parent seeking help this school year.
Old wooden walls at the Frisco Depot start shaking nearly every Thursday evening.That's when popcorn pops, friends gather and music goes live.The depot, home of the Oklahoma Music Hall of Fame, hosts Live at the Frisco Depot at 8 p.m. most Thursday nights.And on those Thursday nights, fans might hear bluegrass, blues, classic rock, country, Red Dirt.Tonight's performance features singer-songwriter Wes Parish and classic country/rock musician David Cargill.Parish said he focuses on Red Dirt,...
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