OneSix8

That's exactly how many hours there are in one week -- 168. Each week, KGOU's Events Calendar Producer helps you find great ways to entertain yourself over the weekend and beyond. These are our picks for arts, live music, exhibitions and festivals to entertain the hours of your week.

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An architecture exhibition on world-wide tour stops in Bartlesville Friday, January 24. The Price Tower Arts Center opens Bauhaus Twenty-21: An Ongoing Legacy. The exhibit explores a pervasive 20th century architectural movement that originated from the internationally renowned Bauhaus School of Fine Arts in Zagreb, Germany.

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A Medieval celebration, folk tradition and “legends” from the past offer some authentic “escapes” in this week's OneSix8.

A feast fit for a king is provided at the Medieval Midwinter Ball this Saturday beginning at 5:30 p.m.

The University of Oklahoma’s Molly Shi Boren Ballroom in the Oklahoma Memorial Union will be decorated in the royal purple and gold of the Middle Ages, inviting people of all ages to celebrate at this bright colored ball.

Beaukiss Steve

Holiday lights illuminate the night no matter where you go and this weeks OneSix8 gives just a few of the many seasonal light displays throughout the state.

A 118 foot Christmas Tree with 9,000 lights, a huge tunnel of lights, an animated waterfall display and an animated Cady Cane Company are just a few of the features one finds along the mile long walk or drive through this Midwest City- based attraction at Joe B. Barnes Regional Park.

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Holiday music accompanies us as we walk city streets throughout the month of December, in every shop and restaurant. The sounds of the season may well be your favorite soundtrack at home, too.

The UCO Jazz lab plays tribute to the season in their “Holidays at Home” concert this December 12 through the 14.

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With outside temperatures falling… and fast, I’m happy to report that there are a number of sizzling showcases and events to list in this week’s OneSix8.   

As fictional television anchorman Ron “I hope you got your griddles” Burgundy reminded us, the flute can both burn up the stage and melt hearts.

Entertaining the Hours of Your Week: Family Festivities

Nov 14, 2013
vaishnavi

This week's OneSix8 is all about events for the family. If you want to sing and dance, or just enjoy some artistic expression this weekend has a lot of options.

For encouraging self-expression, Oklahoma Peer-to-Peer-Drop-In Center hosts “My Feelings are a Work of Art” November 15 and 16 from 11 a.m. to 5 p.m.

Bart Fields

It’s beginning to feel a lot like the holiday season that is upon us and this week’s OneSix8 offers some additional 'indicators’ of what’s ahead with decorating tips, a winter wonderland, and even some early gift ideas.

Chelly Johnson

Halloween activities are our focus this week, and whether you want a family friendly tick-or-treating event, Halloween arts and crafts or Halloween-themed performances, this week’s OneSix8 has an option for you.

The spooky Peanut’s classic The Great Pumpkin comes to life on Halloween from noon to 8 p.m. at the Bass Pro Shop in Oklahoma City.

Entertaining The Hours of Your Week: Artistic Adventures

Oct 17, 2013
Ashley Campbell

Art comes in all shapes, sizes and forms and artistic event opportunities fill this weekend's OneSix8. If you are a natural artists, or just someone trying to learn a new skill, this weekend has an event for your creative side.

Esparta

After a long week it's time to let loose. Whether it's Grooving at the GrooveFest or watching Ballerinas perform, this week's OneSix8 has three events that give everyone a chance to bust a move.

Andrews Park in Norman hosts the 51st rendition of GrooveFest this weekend. Music will be playing from Noon until 10 that evening and attendees are welcome to dance along with the music, and enjoy all of the performances of the night.

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