Around Town: Open Streets

By Brinkman, Lillie-Beth | THE JOURNAL RECORD, October 19, 2016 | Go to article overview

Around Town: Open Streets


Brinkman, Lillie-Beth, THE JOURNAL RECORD


Make your plans to walk, bike, skate or board through one of Oklahoma City's oldest neighborhoods undergoing a new revitalization during Open Streets OKC's Fall 2016 event on Sunday.

Designed to encourage people to get active and healthy and to foster closer-knit communities, Open Streets, or Calles Abiertas, will take place from 1 to 5 p.m. in Capitol Hill, one of the city's historic neighborhoods. Activities include Energy FC soccer activities and inflatables, dragon boat racing on the Oklahoma River, Spokies bicycles and bus tours. A section of S. Robinson Avenue from SW 29th Street north to the river will close to automobile traffic.

Open Streets is a local health and wellness project sponsored by the Oklahoma City-County Health Department's Wellness Now Coalition and partner organizations. For information, go to www.facebook.com/ openstreetsokc, Twitter.com @OpenStreetsOKC or www.openstreetsokc.com.

Artist showing at Oklahoma Contemporary

The Oklahoma Contemporary Arts Center welcomes internationally recognized sculptor Melvin Edwards to Oklahoma for his first solo exhibition in the state in the last 25 years. The exhibit begins Thursday with a reception at 5:30 p.m. and an artist's talk at 6:30 p.m. at the state fairgrounds, 3000 General Pershing Blvd.

Edwards is known for his creation of powerful abstract sculptures from common materials, including scrap iron and barbed wire. …

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