Here are a few things you should have a look at this weekend. As always we try to present an eclectic mix, so there should be a little something for everyone.
Final Friday at IAO – “Fishery of Change” by Cedar Marie
Individual Artists of Oklahoma present artist Cedar Marie in a new exhibition entitled â€œFishery of Change,â€ which opens on Friday, Feb. 22 and will remain on display through Wednesday, March 13. A free, public reception will be held from 6-9 p.m. on Friday, Feb. 22. Big Truck Tacos will be onsite and a nautical-themed set will be performed by King Mary. This mix-media exhibition will feature photography and sculpture-based work that examines the cultural shifts of small fishing communities. IAO will also host an after party on Final Friday. Information here:
McNellies in OKC will be showing zombie survival epic The Walking Dead on the third floor every Sunday at 11 p.m. starting this week. Go get a beer and try to figure out why Andrea is so cool in the comic and sucks so much on the TV show.
Aquaponics, Urban Gardening and Conservation forum with guest speaker Bruce Edwards at Organics OKCThe event will be Saturday the 23rd at 11AM. Cost is $10 all proceeds go to help build a kitchen for an orphanage in Kenya, Africa. Please bring a folding chair for your comfort as we do not have enough chairs for everyone.
Breathing Rhythm Studio presents BarlingÂ (OKC) and Run on Sentence (New Mexico)On February 23rd at 9:00 pm, Breathing Rhythm Studio will be hosting our first of many in-studio public performances. The vibe will be intimate and exciting. The performance will be genuine. The sound will be top notch. Beer will flow like wine. $5 at the door. All profits go directly to the bands. 315 East Comanche, Norman
For more information visit their Facebook event page.
Friends of the Metropolitan Library System Annual Book Sale (Friday, Saturday, and Sunday at the OKC Fairgrounds)We have a retrospective photo essay here, but essentially this is the gist:The Friends of the Metropolitan Library System was formed in 1978 as a non-profit corporation for the purpose of focusing public attention on library services and needs. In order to raise money for Library projects and initiatives, the Friends decided to host an annual Book Sale. The funds raised at the Book Sale would be granted back to the Library System to underwrite programming and services not included in the yearly budget.The first Book Sale was held in 1981 and has grown to become ONE OF THE LARGEST IN THE NATION with over 600,000+ books for sale. Because of its size, the Book Sale is held at the Oklahoma State Fairgrounds in Oklahoma City and takes place during last full weekend of February each year.Â Hundreds of thousands of books, magazines, audio and videos are sold over a three day span – mostÂ for $1.00 or less!!
Check out their website here for a map and hours. Friday is members only, but Saturday and Sunday are free and open to the public.