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    Enid Events

    June 11-17, 2012Provided by the Enid Convention & Visitors Bureau (580) 233-ENID(3643)

    www.VisitEnid.org www.facebook.com/VisitEnid

    Monday, June 11

    7:05 pm, baseball, Enid Minors vs. Alva, at David Allen Memorial Ballpark, 301 S Grand.

    8:30 pm, live music, CC & Curt, at The Captains Quarters, 224 W Broadway.

    Tuesday, June 12

    Summer Chautauqua 2012 - all events free at Cherokee Strip Regional Heritage Center, 507 S 4 th.

    10:30 am, workshop, Highbrow Meets Lowbrow: Hollywoods Faulkner Films

    Noon, workshop, Life, Liberty and the Pursuit of Happiness in the Creative Economy

    7:30, performance, Jack Warner portrayed by Doug Mishler.

    4 pm-6 pm, Hope Outreach Faith Farm Harvest Market, featuring Earth-friendly produce, at 820 W Cherokee.

    8 pm-10 pm, Blues & Cues, live music at Q-Spot, 221 W Cherokee

    Wednesday, June 13

    Summer Chautauqua 2012 - all events free at Cherokee Strip Regional Heritage Center, 507 S 4 th.10:30 am, workshop, On the Road with Bob & Bing

    Noon, workshop, Jack L Warners Golden Age Style

    7:30, performance, Ethel Waters portrayed by Ilene Evans.

    7 pm-10 pm, American Legion Dance, live classic country music, 121 W Oak, $5 admission per person.

    7:05 pm, baseball, Enid Majors vs. Norman Boomers, at David Allen Memorial Ballpark, 301 S Grand.

    8 pm-10 pm, Whet Your Whistle Wednesday, live music at Q-Spot, 221 W Cherokee

    Thursday, June 14

    Summer Chautauqua 2012 - all events free at Cherokee Strip Regional Heritage Center, 507 S 4 th.

    10:30 am, workshop, African Americans in the American Film Industry

    Noon, workshop, Early Black Radio: A Groundswell of Democracy7:30, performance, Bob Hope portrayed by Bill Worley.

    5 pm, baseball, Enid Majors vs. Ada Legion, doubleheader at David Allen Memorial Ballpark, 301 S Grand.

    8:30 pm, live music, CC & Curt, at The Captains Quarters, 224 W Broadway.

    Friday, June 15

    Summer Chautauqua 2012 - all events free at Cherokee Strip Regional Heritage Center, 507 S 4 th.

    10:30 am, workshop, My Harlem: The Harlem Renaissance Through the Eyes of its Poets

    Noon, workshop, Bob Tinker Air Force Base Hope the Fabulous 50 Years of Bob Hope USO Shows

    7:30, performance, William Faullkner portrayed by John Anderson.

    1 pm, baseball, Enid Majors vs. Ada; 4 pm, Ada vs. OKC Sandlot; 7 pm, Enid Majors vs. OKC Sandlot, at David

    Allen Memorial Ballpark, 301 S Grand.

    7 pm-11:30 pm, Van Buren Cruisers Fathers Day cruise, Van Buren Ave.

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    Saturday, June 16

    Summer Chautauqua 2012 - all events free at Cherokee Strip Regional Heritage Center, 507 S 4 th.

    10:30 am, workshop, The Stars and Wars of Jack L Warner

    Noon, workshop, Faulkner, Film and Race: Intruder in the Dust

    7:30, performance, Gordon Parks portrayed by Charles Pace

    7:30 am, Saints on the Go 5K and 1-mile run/walk, at St. Joseph Catholic School, 110 N Madison.

    8 am-11 am, Enid Farmers Market, an open-air market for the sale of Oklahoma-grown produce, foods and

    crafts. Corner of Owen K Garriott and Grand.9 am, Miracle League Mud Volleyball tournament, a 4RKids and Enid Noon Ambucs fundraiser for Miracle

    League Baseball Field project, at Chisholm Trail Expo Center, 111 W Purdue. Adult double-elimination tournament.

    More information at www.enidmudvolleyball.com.

    9 am-11 am, Bark in the Park, at City of Enid Dog Park, Crosslin Park, 1 block W of Van Buren on Purdue.

    10 am, Miss Oklahoma Elite Paegent, at Gantz Center on NOC campus, Maine & Hedges.

    10 am, Chisholm Trail Coalition Historic Downtown Walking Tour. The colorful and sometimes controversial

    history of downtown Enid comes alive through the eyes of Cactus Jack and other re-enactment characters.

    Reservations required; call 580.242.2233. Tickets are $8 for adults and $4 for children.

    1 pm, baseball, Enid Majors vs. Sandlot Connie Mack, at David Allen Memorial Ballpark, 301 S Grand.

    7 pm-11:30 pm, Van Buren Cruisers Fathers Day cruise, Van Buren Ave.

    Sunday, June 17 Happy Fathers Day!

    Open during the week

    *Cherokee Strip Regional Heritage Center, 4th and Garriott open Tuesday through Saturday 10 am-5 pm,

    Sunday 1 pm-5 pm, closed Monday 237.1907

    *Leonardos Childrens Museum & Adventure Quest, 200 E Maple open Monday through Saturday 10 am-5 pm,

    Sunday 1-5pm 233.2787

    *Simpsons Old Time Museum 228 E Randolph open Monday through Saturday 8-11 am & 1-4 pm, closed

    Sunday. Admission is free, donations accepted. 234.4998 or 541.6605

    *Railroad Museum of Oklahoma 702 N Washington open (weather permitting) Tuesday through Friday 1-4

    pm, Saturday 9 am-1 pm, Sunday 2-5 pm 233.3051. Admission is by suggested donation of $3 per person.

    *Midgley Museum 1001 Sequoyah open Tuesday through Friday 1-4 pm, Saturday 2-4 pm. 234.7265

    *NOC Planetarium & Observatory Randolph & Hedges Observatory open Wednesday and Thursday at 8:30

    pm (weather permitting), call ahead for Planetarium 548.2399.

    *Kiwanis Train Meadowlake Park, Van Buren & Rupe Monday-Friday 6:30-9 pm, Saturday-Sunday 3:30-9pm.

    *Champlin Pool, 400 W Cherokee, open Tues-Sun 1 pm-6 pm, admission $2.50, free for children 5 and under.

    * Hoover Park Splash Pad, 1 block E of Hoover on Oklahoma, open daily 9 am-dusk. Free admission.