Sam Noble Oklahoma Museum of Natural History

OneSix8
10:33 am
Thu August 14, 2014

Free Health Care, What The World Eats And $1 Museum Entry Highlight Your Week

A medical professional performs dental work at a Remote Area Medical event in Oklahoma.
Credit ramok.org

Hundreds of professionals with Remote Area Medical (RAM) come to Oklahoma City this weekend to provide complimentary medical care for the public. The two-day health fair takes place Saturday, August 16 and Sunday, August 17 in the Expo Hall at the Oklahoma State Fairgrounds.

Medical specialists offer dental care, eye exams with glasses made on site, women’s care, counseling sessions, tobacco cessation help and medical screenings.

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OneSix8
9:35 am
Thu March 13, 2014

Entertaining The Hours Of Your Week With St. Patrick’s Day Downtown And Spring Break

St. Patrick's Day in OKC.
Credit Stpatricksday.com

Oklahoma City’s annual St. Patrick’s Day Parade takes place Saturday, March 15th.  The procession begins at the intersection of Reno and Hudson Avenues downtown at 11 a.m. before making its way east toward the Bricktown Ballpark.

Thousands of Oklahomans are expected to attend the parade that features more than 80 combined entries that include floats, animals and antique cars.

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Assignment: Radio
10:29 am
Mon March 11, 2013

Honey, I Blew up the Bugs: Step Into the World of Insects

Giant Butterflies at the Sam Noble Oklahoma Museum of Natural History
Credit Brant Morrell

A giant spider currently stands guard outside the Sam Noble Oklahoma Museum of Natural History, its 8 large eyes watching visitors as they enter. Once inside, over-sized beetles, butterflies and other insects dominate the space, as part of the “Bugs…Outside the Box” exhibit.

These intricate sculptures, created by Italian artist Lorenzo Possenti, can be up to twenty times larger than their tiny counterparts. The exhibit challenges human beings to create a connection between themselves and the massive bugs.

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