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Array of spring festivals celebrate art, music, food, more


Charles Martin March 27th, 2008

Medieval FairApril 4-6Reaves Park, NormanJousters, jugglers, human chess boards and maidens " both fair and otherwise " have been reliving the days of yore in Norman for more than three decades. Lit...

Springfest

Medieval Fair
April 4-6
Reaves Park, Norman
Jousters, jugglers, human chess boards and maidens " both fair and otherwise " have been reliving the days of yore in Norman for more than three decades.


Little River Zoo Kids for Kindness Earth Day Celebration
Noon to 6 p.m. April 20
Reaves Park, Norman
366-7229
Face painting, a petting zoo and booths will be set up to demonstrate basic ways kids and adults can better care for the world around them.

 

Festival of the Arts
April 22-27
Downtown Oklahoma City
270-4848
More than 140 artists from across the country are slated to attend, with specialized exhibits including a kinetic art exhibit dubbed "Windscapes," a furniture showcase and "SculpturePark."


Norman Music Festival
April 26
Downtown Norman
The rock-solid lineup includes the reunion of local heroes The Chainsaw Kittens, plus The Polyphonic Spree and British Sea Power.
 

May Fair Arts Festival
May 2-4
Andrews Park, Norman
Norman's May Fair Arts Festival turns 34 this year, and organizers estimate more than 25,000 visitors will look over the work of 100-plus artists.


Fried Onion Burger Day Festival
May 3
Downtown El Reno
An estimated 25,000 people will show up to witness the cooking of "The Big Burger," which will weigh in at more than 350 pounds.
 

Oklahoma Asian Festival
May 10
Oklahoma History Center

Expose your senses to the Eastern world; 10 countries will be highlighted, including:
" China
" India
" Iran
" Vietnam
" Japan and
" Indonesia. "Charles Martin

 
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