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October 26, 2012

Events in Norman

NORMAN — Today

· 6 p.m. — Ladies Night Out, Be Wild for Art

· 6 p.m. — Fish 2012 International Art Competition opening reception, OU Lightwell Gallery, free

· 7 p.m. — John Calvin, The Deli, free

· 7 p.m. — Cody Canada and The Departed, Pepe Delgado’s Parking lot, $5

· 7 p.m. — NNHS presents “High School Musical,” Nancy O’Brian Center for the Performing Arts

· 7 p.m. — RiffTrax Live: Birdemic, Hollywood Theaters Spotlight 14, $12.50

· 8 p.m. — Patty Griffin, Sooner Theatre, $45

· 10 p.m. — Beau Jennings and The Tigers with Kelly McRae, The Deli

· TBA — Norman Swap Meet, Cleveland County Fairgrounds


· 9 a.m. — Farm Market, Cleveland County Fairgrounds

· 5:30 p.m. — Joel Forlenza, Othello’s

· 6 p.m. — Dreamer 45 Opening Reception, Dreamer Concepts

· 6 p.m. — Art After Hours: Deloss McGraw “Joseph Cornell in the Hotel de I’Etoile,” Fred Jones Jr. Museum of Art, free

· 7 p.m. — The Dizzy Pickers, The Deli, free

· 7 p.m. — Tanner Miller and Alan Knight, Michelangelos

· 7 p.m. — Seventh annual Fuego Friday Iron Pour at OU, OU School of Art & Art History’s Ceramics Facility, free

· 8 p.m. — Halloween Silent Film: The Cat and The Canary with Clark Wilson on Organ, OU Sharp Concert Hall

· 8 p.m. — Karaoke Night, Sooner Legends

· 9 p.m. — Ian McFeron, Othello’s

· 9 p.m. — Superfreak, Riverwind Casino, free

· 10 p.m. — Hosty Duo, The Deli

· TBA — Norman Swap Meet, Cleveland County Fairgrounds


· 8 a.m. — Farm Market, Cleveland County Fairground

· 10:30 a.m. — Family Storytime, Norman Library

· 11:55 a.m. — The Metropolitan Opera: Otello, Hollywood Theaters Spotlight 14, $18/$22/$24

· 1 p.m. — Trees Through the Year, Discovery Cove Nature Center at Lake Thunderbird

· 12 p.m. — “Drumline,” Oklahoma Memorial Union

· 2 p.m. — Discovery Time, Sam Noble Museum

· 2 p.m. — Halloween Crafts, Discovery Cove Nature Center at Lake Thunderbird, $1

· 2 p.m. — NNHS presents “High School Musical,” Nancy O’Brian Center for the Performing Arts, $5/$10/$12

· 4 p.m. — Boomer Bash, Oklahoma Memorial Union

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