Here’s What’s Happening in Our Area This Weekend!
The first week of school has come and gone, and you may be looking for something fun to do this weekend. We put a list together to make it just a bit easier for you to choose!
Coffee with Cops is really a pre-weekend event sponsored by the Lawton Police Department and McDonalds. Coffee with Cops brings police offiers and the community members they serve together, over coffee, to discuss issues and learn more about each other.
It happens Thursday, August 24th from 4:30-6:30pm at McDonald's 11th & Lee Blvd. Complimentary soft drinks and ice cream for the kids. Coffee with Cops, building relationships, one cup at a time.
Welcome week continues this weekend with a movie, Guardians of the Galaxy, Volume #2, screening on the lawn of Ross Hall, Friday night, August 25 at 8:30pm.
Welcome week began Sunday with a huge block party and concludes Friday night, August 25 at Cameron University, 2800 W Gore Blvd.
Join KLAW 101 as we broadcast live from the Grand Opening of Viridian Coffee Company, inside Anderson's Pharmacy and Accents, 5366 NW Cache Road.
We'll broadcast from 1-3 with lots of station swag and cool back to school bags.
The French Film Festival runs concurrently with the Back to School festivities at Cameron University, 2800 W. Gore Blvd.
Friday Night, August 25, enjoy The Little Prince at University Theater at 6:30pm.
Saturday Night, August 26, it's Diplomatic at University Theater at 6:30pm.
Cost is free, and there are English subtitles.
Registration begins at 7:30 at Elmer Thomas Park. This walk raises funds for research to find a cure for Alzheimer's disease, the memory robbing disease afflicting millions of Senior Americans.
Join hundreds of walkers from SW OK in the cause.
Sunday Evening, MacMahon Auditorium, 801 NW Ferris, Nashville recording artist William Michael Morgan will be performing for a fund raiser for Lawton Soccer Club. Local artist, The Allen Biffle Band will open the show.
Doors open at 4:00pm with an auction benefiting the Soccer club as well. Tickets are on sale at SW Chemical, Crutchers for the West, and MacMahon Auditorium for $10 & $15.
The Museum of the Great Plains explores the human history of the Great Plains. Take a walk through this beautiful representation of life in OK. Visit the gift shop while you are there!
Monday - Saturday 10-5pm, Sunday 1-5pm
Anytime is a good time for a hike in the Wichita Mountains! Stop by the Visitor Center first and pick up a cool T-shirt designed by local artists!
Take time to visit the Leslie Powell Art Gallery located at 620 SW D Ave.
Hours 12:00 -4:00pm
In the land lottery of 1901, in which the federal government opened southwest Oklahoma for settlement, the second name drawn was that of Mattie Beal. Her home is now listed on the National Register of Historic Places. This 14 room, 2 story mansion is open to the public Thursday-Sunday from 12-3pm.