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February 10, 2005

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' The Stillwater Journal Thursday, February 10 - Page 6 Fish House i 1 Noon gan recitals ] [ C " ontinue at churches Feb. 9CowgirlSo~ballvs. Cowley County (scrimmage) 3p.m. Members of the Cimarron then on Feb. 22 at First United Chapter of the American Guild Methodist Church, 400 W. of Organists continue their Seventh, featuring Carolyn 'Noontime Organ Recitals at Hook, Wes Howl and Bill ::t2:10 to 12:40 p.m. Admission Robinson. is free. Earlier Tuesday recitals fea- ,The remaining two will be on tured David Hughes, Brent te F.eb. 15, St. Andrew's Episcopal Velde, Kay Sahai, Krystal Church, 516 W. Third, involving Hennessey, Sue Hines Popham rganists Brett Carver, Jessica and Rebecca te Velde at First -Perteet and Natalie Trent, and Christian and First Presbyterian. Rose sale to aid Red Cross Chi Phi Fraternity at Oklahoma State University is conducting its second annual Rose Sale to benefit the American Red Cross. , The roses sell for $30 a dozen, $18 for halfa dozen or $3 each. They can be purchased at the group's booth in front of the Student Union Bookstore from now until Valentine's Day or by contacting Chris at 762-0674. There are lots of activities going on around the state. Check out some of these events! Feb. 11-13 - An Affair of the Heart, State Fair Park, 1-44 & NW lOth, Oklahoma City. A Garden Show, Expo Center, (918) 341-2818. Get ready - spring is on the way. Feb. 18-20 - The Battle of Round Mountain Reenactment, Cowgirl Stadium. Feb. 9 Cowgirl Basketball vs. Kansas 7 p.m. Gallagher-Iba Arena. Feb. 10 2005 OSU Great Chef Demonstration and Luncheon 10 a.m. Taylor's Dining Room 744-6719. This demonstration will fea- ture Heinz Laver, executive chef of Le Cordon Bleu College of Culinary Arts. Lauer was also the Las Vegas Chef of the Year 2004. Feb. 10 OSU Percussion Ensembles 8 p.m. Seretean Center 744- 8998. $5 General Admission, $3 Students and Senior Citizens. Feb. 10-13 "Marvins Room" - Play Town and Gown Theatre 377-9122. A hilarious and wondrous account of one woman's com- mitment to loving others first, and her belief that giving such love has made her life unbelievably rich, even as she faces her own death. Feb. 11 "Puttin' On the Ritz for Kidz" CASA Fund-raiser 6:30 p.m. Payne County Expo Center. Big band party featuring lots of jazz music and swing dancing. Live music by Sailor will be fea- tured. Reservations are requested as is formal attir6. Feb. 11 Lohmann Ballroom Dance Club 8-10:30 p.m. Park and Rec. Annex. 269-5431. CD-tape dance featuring lessons at 7 p.m. Rumba lessons from Barbara Wells and Larry Simmons are free with paid admission. Admission is $5 for members, Please wear dressy attire. Feb. 12-13 Block and Bridle Sheep and Hog Show 9 a.m. Payne County Expo Center. Feb. 13-14 The Vagina Monologues 7 p.m. Seretean Center. Through Feb. 15 Multi Arts Valentine Gift Gallery Multi Arts. Feb. 15 Cowgirl Softball vs. Oklahoma City University 5 p.m. Cowgirl Stadium. Feb. 15 Cowboy Baseball vsl Dallas Baptist 6 p.m. Allie P. Reynolds Stadium. Feb. 16-20 "The Mercy Seat" OSU Play 7:30 p.m. Jerry L. Davis Studio Theatre 744-6094. The Feb. 20th performance will be held at 2:30 p.m. Through Feb. 28 Stillwater Woodworkers Show Multi Arts Center m? 't 9000 SF COMING SOON, Jim Thorp Park, Yale, (918) 387- 747-8084. crafter lover and antique lover's 2525. This is a really neat event. Feb. ! 6 Academy of St. Martin in the Fields Concert 8 p.m. delight! Several buildings full of Round up the family and take Seretean Center 744-7509. the old and the new. (405) 948- kids to this "living history" Feb. 17 Cowgirl Softball vs. OK Baptist University 5 p.m. and 7 6704. activity. Those who participate p.m. Cowgirl Stadium. ,Feb. 12 - Edgar Cruz with the are friendly and knowledgeable Feb. 17-20 "Marvins Room" - Play Town and Gown Theatre Enid Symphony. Edgar Cruz is and love to share the details of 377-9122. A hilarious and wondrous account of one woman's com- awesome! I do suggest calling in their dress, their weapons and mitment to loving others first, and her belief that giving such love advance and making reserva- the battle. If it is cold, just bun- has made her life unbelievably rich, even as she faces her own (2;,t, Q tions to see this show. A trip to dleup and go! death. [I " Tulsa last week to see Edgar F b. 19-20 - Western Okla- Feb. 18 OSU Jazz Ensembles 8p.m. Seretean Center 744-8998. e'nded up being "sold out", so we homa Boat & Sport Show, Elk Feb. 18-20 Cowboy Baseball vs. Binghamton 4 p.m./2 p.m./noon ANNOUNCES did not get to see him. So, don't City Civic Center. (580) 243- Allie P. Reynolds. JqB ""' "" disappointed, call in advance. 2484. If you happen to be out Feb. 19 Texoma Quad Racing Association Organized Practice,------kLllI ~80) 237-9646. west, stop by, Session 8 a.m. to 3 p.m~ Cooperland Raceway 743-8545. TQRA ~ --q'~~ , Teb. 12 - Trout Derby, Feb. 19- Frede ck QUAD ONLY Organized Practice Times: Gates open 8 a.m ll awhuska; (918) 287-120g, Oy m r Praiher plm. l cticefrom 10 a.m 3 p.m. Early registration Saaaxtay after- I thought fishing was a .Center. (580)335-2126. Oys noon for Sunday's races. , pring and summer sport! will be fresh from the Gulfl If Feb. 19 Stillwater Model Railroad Club Show 10 a.m. Payne 13 - The Vienna Boys you are in the area, have some County Expo Center 377-1275 Oaoir, Immanuel Lutheran Oysters! Feb. 19 Sundance Pony Club Show 10 a.m. Payne County Expo urch, Broken Arrow, (918)Feb. 26 - Dutch Oven Cooking Center. 8-5506. They performed atfor Beginners, Lake Thunderbird Feb. 19 Cowgirl Soccer vs. Challenge 88 11 a.m. OSU Soccer many years ago. What a State Park, Norman. (405) 321- Complex. , i light! 4633. If you want to know how Feb. 19 Cowboy Basketball vs. Texas Tech 2:30 p.m. Gallagher- Feb. 15 - "The Full Monty", to cook something besides "tube Iba Arena. CBS will televise the game. from the Broadway Tonight steaks" (aka hot dogs) on the :cries. UCO Mitchell Hall open fire, sign up for this class! '1 heatre, Edmond. (405) 970- Before you head out, check out 2657. This is a really neat old the local events listed in another theatre with seats "up close and column in this paper and support personal"! those ever important event sport- Feb. 17-20 - Oklahoma Tackle sots! It is always a good idea to Show, State Fair Park, 1-44 & call head to confirm the event NW 10th, Oklahoma City. (405) times and location and ticket 948-6704. availability. Stay warm! Feb. 18 - Claremore Home & by Shelley Ricker I tee set/ t/ /nsu, nn for o n. S0 ars. W',ry do, you call ~r today lot a free valmion of the most ing~ortant purclm~e you will o~r make, We can tailor a policy to meet )~'~r needs what~m~r ti~y might be. , Feb. 19 Cowgirl Soccer Vs. Oklahoma ODP 89 3 p.m. OSU Soccer Complex. Feb. 19 Cowgirl Basketball vs. Texas 7 p.m. Gallagher-Iba Arena. Feb. 19 Circle of the State All Day Stillwater Community Center. Workshops and an evening performance by top music students from 5th grades around the state. Feb. 19-20 NEOSHA Horse Show 8 a.m. Payne County Expo Center. Feb. 20 Round 8 Texoma Quad Racing Association Winter Series 6 a.m. to 10 a.m. Cooperland Raceway 743-8545 Times: Gates open 6 a.m. registration at 7 a.m practice at 8:30 a.m races at 10 a.m. Fees: $35 per class entry fee, $10 gate fee (under 6 and over 65 free). See www.tqra.com for rrtore info. Vendor fee $50 on race days. Feb. 20 Third Annual Lake McMurtry Frostbike Challenge 10 a.m. West Side of Lake McMurtry 372-2525. Pre-registmtion by Feb. 10th deadline costs $20 and after deadline costs $25. One-day bike trail permit is included. Get a free t-shirt and lunch. Support this event to help fund the maintenance of the 28 miles of Lake McMurtry multi-use trails, primarily maintained by volunteers. If you ride all 4 trails and check back in by 4 p.m. you will receive a gold medal for completing the challenge. Feb. 20 Cowboy Wrestling vs. Oklahoma 2' p.m. Gallagher-Iba. Feb. 20 OSU Guest Recital 2:30 p.m. Seretean Center featuring Heather Conner, piano. Feb. 22 Cowgirl Softball vs. Panhandle State 3 p.m. Cowgirl Stadium. Feb. 22 OSU Wind Ensembles, Symphonic and Concert Bands 8 p.m. Seretean Center Concert Hall.S5 General Admission, $3 stu- dents and Senior Citizens. Feb. 23-27 "I Hate Hamlet" OSU Play 7:30p.m. Vivia Locke Theatre. Feb. 27th performance will be at 2:30 p.m. Feb. 24 Frank Lucas Town Hall Meeting 5-8 p.m. Stillwater Community Center Room 121. Feb. 24-26 Big Boy Toy Show Payne County Expo Center 372- 7800. Feb. 25 Lohmann Ballroom Dance Club 8-10:30 p.m. Feb. 26 Teen Talent Follies 7:30 p.m. Stillwater Community Center 747-8003. Feb. 26 High School Honors Orchestra Concert 8 p.m. Seretean Compiled by Cory D. Cart, Marketing and PR Coordinator, Stillwater Convention and Visitors Bureau, 743-3697. ,ii~i~iiiiili