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OKG Newsletter


Topic: Program

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Gazette staff

Tomorrow’s Picasso might be today’s Firehouse Art Center summer program student. From paintings and drawings to collages and sculptures, the works of the 5-to-13-year-old program grads currently can be seen Mondays through Saturdays at the venue, 444 S. Flood in Norman, through Aug. 31. Admission is free. Call 329-4523 or visit normanfirehouse.com.

Daily, ongoing

 
Wednesday, August 14, 2013

Ruff stuff

Dogs may be man’s best friends, but a weekly reading program proves they love story time with kids just as much.


Features

Devon Green
Every Wednesday evening at The Village Library, Charley Nickell is making a difference in the lives of children. Her best qualities are her patience and her ability to make every child who visits her feel like he or she is the only person in the room.
 
Wednesday, January 29, 2014

Life after prison

Program helps prisoners reenter society and find work after incarceration.


News

M.A. Smith
Jamaal Smith said it was a struggle to start over after serving time in prison. There were many roadblocks, not the least of which was finding a job.
 
Wednesday, February 19, 2014

Let’s go to the movies


CFN

Gazette staff
The state’s television and film industry’s tax rebate program is still alive and well. For now.
 
Tuesday, March 25, 2014

Hear and now

A growing nonprofit organization battles childhood deafness with a universal language: music.


Music

Shannon Helton

Hear the Music Tour with The Warren Brothers and Lance Miller

6-10 p.m. Friday

Rodeo Opry

2221 Exchange Ave.

songsforsound.com

$35-$50

 
Tuesday, April 22, 2014

Bridge to a new life

A homeless mission heals hearts and homelessness with the state’s largest free drug and alcohol recovery program.


News

Ben Felder
Patricia Ford needed help.
 
Wednesday, April 30, 2014

Easy ride

Oklahoma City’s Spokies bike share program continues to grow.


News

Ben Felder
Spokies, the two-year-old bike share program, has demonstrated a steady rise in ridership and will be managed entirely by the City of Oklahoma City this fall.
 
Wednesday, June 18, 2014
 
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