Friday, April 24, 2009

This Week on Discover Oklahoma

We hope you'll take time to catch Discover Oklahoma this weekend. They have a great line up of people and places that you won't want to miss!

Brookside District in Tulsa
Contact: 918-260-7680
Come join in the fun at Brookside! This District's eclectic mix of upscale chic to seriously bohemian has something for everyone. So if you've grown weary of the run of the mill choices offered at department stores and hum-drum chain restaurants, escape to Brookside. You'll be glad you did.

Cafe Ole in Tulsa
Contact: Paula Underwood and Candy Dunn, owners 918-745-6699
This restaurant serves a menu of fresh home-cooked Santa Fe style cuisine that is handmade daily. In business for 22 years, this Brookside District establishment knows what it takes to keep their customers coming back for more... great food, good service and a wonderful ambiance. Mon-Thurs, 11a-9p
Fri, 11a-10p
Sat, 9a-10p
Sun, 9a-9p
3509 S. Peoria Ave., Suite 100, Tulsa, OK 74105

Civic Center Music Hall and The Lion King in Oklahoma City
Contact: 405-297-2584
Our beautiful Civic Center Music Hall has gone through many transitions since its inception as a WPA project in 1936. The outside of the building exemplifies the austere architecture of those government funded projects, while the interior is a work of modern design and technology. Dino Lalli takes you on a fascinating tour of this Oklahoma treasure as they prepare to present "The Lion King" on their stage.
201 N. Walker, Oklahoma City, OK 73102

Festival of the Child in Yukon
Contact: Jason Beal 354-8442
This is a whole day set aside to celebrate children. There are 50 different areas for children to explore, which include an obstacle course, crafts, storytelling, animals to pet and animals to ride, face painting, puppets, kayaking, archery, magic shows and just about any other activity you could dream of. So grab the kids and head out to Yukon.
Sat, May 2nd, 10a-4p
Yukon City Park
2200 S. Holly, Yukon, OK
Call for ticket information

Miss Blues performing in Oklahoma City
Contact: 405-535-7300
Lots of people who never really had the blues, sing the blues... and a lot of them make a pretty good living at it. But if you really want to sing the blues with passion... you have to have lived them... and Dorothy Ellis has really earned the title of Miss Blues.

Wheat Harvest in Frederick
Contact: Cassidy Grain Company 580-335-2104
Amber waves of grain--wheat grain, to be specific--rustle serenely in the rolling fields of Frederick. Farmers flock to this Oklahoma town every year to harvest one of our state's biggest crops, and pass the tradition on to the next generation.

Integris Health's Discover Oklahoma is shown Saturdays at 6:30 pm on KOTV-6 in Tulsa, KWTV-9 in Oklahoma City, and KSWO-7 in Lawton. Also check local listings for show times on these cable outlets: Cox Communications in OKC, Tulsa, Muskogee, and McAlester, CUTV in Lawton, KWEM-TV in Stillwater, Edmond Cable, Fort Sill in Lawton, WIRE-TV in Norman, KOMI-TV in Woodward, CMS in Ponca City.

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