Friday, July 21, 2017

MISS BROWN TO YOU
SPEAKS FOR THE 
SISTERS OF SWING


  It is with deep regret that I must inform all of our friends and faithful fans that The Sisters of Swing have come to an end.

Facing, to be frank, old age, compromised limbs and limited resources, and needing to focus my time and energy on more lucrative musical projects, I have to abandon this labor of love that I undertook in 1985, left in 1989, and rejoined in 1999.  

For the amazing support of all our regular fans, for all the folks that I run into on the street who heard us Umpteen Years Ago and Still Remember, I am eternally grateful, and I know that Mary, Chris, Joni, Roz, Elyse & Paula appreciate you as well.

For all of you who told me year after year that The Christmas Show made Christmas meaningful for you: yes, me too.  It was, in a word, amazing, not really because of us, but because of all of you.  

Oh, my girls.  The laughter, much, much more laughter than tears.  Love you forever.  

Here’s about as good as it got.  Enjoy.

'So don't let them begin...'

Love,
Mary


SUNDAY TWILIGHT
CONCERT SERIES
"ON A WHIM"


The Sunday Twilight Concert Series, Presented by the Chickasaw Nation, Continues with On a Whim!

The 2017 Sunday Twilight Concert Series, presented by The Chickasaw Nation, continues with variety covers by On a Whim. Join us from 7:30-9PM at Myriad Gardens for their amazing performance! 

Bring a blanket, picnic, and the whole family! Please, no smoking and no pets, except trained service animals. Hope to see you there!

On a Whim

On A Whim is a band was founded in 2015 when a group of local musicians came together "on a whim". The band is made up of six core members and have performed all over the United States. Collectively, they have performed with artists such as Teena Marie, Bill Summers, The Neville Brothers, Anthony David, Tamela Mann, Keri Hilson and many more.

On A Whim is like no other band in OKC, performing an array of music, from old standards, to Pop, R&B, Jazz, Rock (maybe even a little Country). They can do it all, because they are phenomenal!!! Each performance is memorable, lively and enjoyed by all.




DOWNTOWN OKC
FREE OUTDOOR
MOVIES CONTINUE




MOVIE NIGHT AT THE BRICKTOWN BEACH
JULY 21, 9PM
BRICKTOWN BEACH, 2 S MICKEY MANTLE DR


This Friday, bring your family downtown for Movie Night at the Bricktown Beach! Downtown OKC will be hosting an outdoor movie night on July 21 featuring the 90s baseball classic, Angels in the Outfield. Bring a blanket or lawn chairs and enjoy the show. The movie will begin promptly at 9:00 p.m. This event is free and open to the public.
For more information, visit downtownokc.com/bricktown-beach/  

SONIC SUMMER MOVIE NIGHT
WEDNESDAY JULY 19 & 26, 8PM
MYRIAD BOTANICAL GARDENS, 301 W RENO


Only two more chances to experience the SONIC Summer Movie Night at the Myriad Gardens. Bring your blankets, family and friends tonight to see Wes Anderson's Moonrise Kingdom at 8 p.m. Next Wednesday, they will be show 42 The Jackie Robinson Story. Come early to get a great seat. Bring a picnic or enjoy food from the line-up of food trucks.

For more information, visit myriadgardens.org 

CHOREGUS OFFERS
5 DANCE COS. JULY 28 - 
AUG. 4 INCLU 
PAUL TAYLOR





Five performances. Five opportunities to see the world's coolest dance:
2nd Summer Heat International Dance Festival
July 28 - August 6, 2017

(click each performance below for more information)
Tulsa again becomes the regional focus of contemporary dance the summer of 2017 with the second annual Summer Heat International Dance Festival. The Festival opens with a Gala Performance featuring guest artists from leading companies from the United States, Canada, and Europe followed by performances by the internationally acclaimed Ballet du Grand Théâtre de Genève (2 exciting programs), The Paul Taylor Dance Company, and Brian Brooks Moving Company. The Festival will include a Summer Intensive taught by Brian Brooks, master classes for advanced dancers and additional outreach activities, providing memorable dance experiences for everyone.
Tickets Tickets available now at the Choregus Box Office: 918-688-6112, or at myticketoffice.com.

Purchase a Year Membership and get 33% off your ticket prices!
To download more information about our Membership program benefits, click here.
Choregus is an IRS 501(c)3 not-for-profit corporation. Donations are tax deductible to the fullest extent provided by the law. Our mission is to present outstanding performing arts that would otherwise not appear on Tulsa stages and to engage the community with the visiting artists.
COLLOGRAPH
PRINTMAKING
KIDS' 7-14 
WORKSHOP
SATURDAY AT
UNTITLED

PROGRAMS     EXHIBITS      [PRESS] at UNTITLED    [HIVE] at UNTITLED
Just a few spots left for our Kid's Printmaking Class!

Join us this Saturday as we introduce Collagraph Printmaking for kids 7-14.
Kids' Collagraph
Printmaking Workshop

Saturday, July 22nd
from 1-4PM
Ages 7-14
$35 per Student
                                   Phone: 815-9995
 

Thursday, July 6, 2017



JOE'S BIRTHDAY PARTY
AT UNTITLED W/RED
DIRT RANGERS &
MISS BROWN TO YOU

Due to my oversight, this event was left off the Pigeon.  The doors open at 6:00, (music at 7:00) at the Untitled Gallery at 1 NE 3rd, this Saturday Night, the 8th.  Admission is $20 and you can get advance tickets here: 

It's rare that we get to really jam with our friends The Red Dirt Rangers!  I hope you can join us - this is going to be fun!

Love,
Mary

Saturday, July 1, 2017

KEHINDE WILEY
OKCMOA PHOTOS

The links to the photos of the
Kehinde Wiley exhibition are 
not working right now. Please 
use the following link to go the 
OKC Museum of Arts' website:

http://www.okcmoa.com/visit/events/kehinde-wiley-new-republic/