#FeastOKC Set for Sept. 12-22

LiveSouthOKC.com, in partnership with the South Oklahoma City Chamber of Commerce, will hold its second annual restaurant week, #FeastOKC, Sept. 12-22. For this event, local restaurants will prepare exclusive deals area residents won’t want to miss. Visit LiveSouthOKC.com for a complete list of participating restaurants. Both eat-in and takeout specials will be featured.

Pioneer Library System Gearing Up for Autumn

Autumn is just about here, and it’s a time for the Pioneer Library System and its 12 libraries to reload after a busy Summer Learning Program.

As a new Norman Public Library Central branch nearing completion, Norman’s West and East libraries will be busy with activity during September.

As part of Banned Book Week, an American Libraries Association initiative, Norman East will host a Banned Book Trivia and Craft event at 4:30 p.m. Wednesday, Sept. 25. Ages 10 to 13 are invited to learn about why some books are banned or challenged and then compete in teams in a trivia contest.

For a little fun, visit Norman West for a Pirate P-ARRR-ty on “Talk Like a Pirate Day,” at 6 p.m. Thursday, Sept. 19. There will be pirate-themed crafts, activities and movies to experience.

Also, look for activities throughout the month in the PLS Cleveland County libraries located in Moore, Noble and Southwest Oklahoma City.

Find out more about any of the library system’s services and activities online at PioneerLibrarySystem.org.

Royal Bavaria Announces Band Lineup

Each Thursday, Friday and Saturday through September, Royal Bavaria will feature live music, as well as the best authentic German food and brew available in the state, in its beergarten.

Bands featured this month are: Hunter Thomas, Sept. 5, Greg Singleton, Sept. 6, and Shawn Proffitt, Sept. 7; Route 66, Sept. 12, The Indigos, Sept. 13, and the Redgrass String Band, Sept. 14; Rachel Lynch, Sept. 19, Raina Cobb and Ben Brock, Sept. 20, and Mandy Brixton and Southern Charcuterie, Sept. 21; and Shawn Proffitt, Sept. 26, and Tim Brauer, Sept. 27 (closed Sept. 28).

Royal Bavaria is located at 3401 S. Sooner Road. For more information, call 799.7666 or visit Royal-Bavaria.com.

Quilt and Handicrafts Show Opens

Sept. 9 through Nov. 2, area residents are invited to visit the Moore-Lindsay Historic House and Museum, where one-of-a-kind quilts and handiworks will be on display.

Do you have a quilt, or embroidered, knitted or crocheted items—or other textile art piece—produced prior to the 1940s that you’d like to loan the museum for its annual Quilt Show? If so, please call 321.0156.

By the way, the museum is proud to announce that it recently was named Best Historic House Museum in Oklahoma by LUX Life magazine for its efforts at preserving Oklahoma History. Congratulations!

 

Norman Film Fest

Norman Film Festival 3 will take place Sept. 13 and 14. The Norman Film Foundation’s main event, the festival brings the best of international, regional, and local films to downtown Norman, as well as industry panel discussions, tech demos, and hands-on workshops.

While all festival screenings are free to the public, VIP passes are available for $75. VIP pass holders get access to the Green Room, discounts on food and drink at select festival venues, a festival T-Shirt and more.

For more information, visit NormanFilmFest.com.