Stillwater News Press


February 29, 2008

Main Event Tourism News 02-29-08

Idella Lohmann Ballroom Dance: Feb. 29 - Stillwater Community Center - Lesson at 7 p.m./ dance at 8 p.m. Lesson will be swing. Music by Floyd Haynes Quintet. Information: 372-6046.

Cowgirl Basketball vs. Texas Tech: March 1 - Gallagher-Iba Arena - 6 p.m. Big 12 Conference Information: OR 877-ALL-4-OSU.

Cowboy Basketball vs. Nebraska: March 1 - Gallagher-Iba Arena - 12:45 p.m.. Information: OR 877-ALL-4-OSU.

Planning and Planting Your First Herb Garden: March 1 - Homeplace Gardens and Herb School - All day. Jerrie Crummett, Master Gardener, herb enthusiast and founder of Homeplace Gardens and Herb School presents all the basics for your first herb garden. Information:

Stillwater Art Guild Spring Exhibit: March 1-30 - Stillwater Community Center - All day. Free admission. Information: 533-8433.

Senior Center Book Club: March 3 - Senior Center - 9:30 a.m. This month’s discussion is “Victoria’s Daughter” by Jerrod Packard. Information: 747-8080.

Payne County Junior Livestock Show: March 3-6 - Payne County Expo Center - All day. Information: 377-1275.

Red Cross CPR Class: March 4 - American Red Cross - 6-10:30 p.m. In adult, child, and infant CPR, people learn life saving skills such as rescue breathing, conscious and unconscious choking and how to respond to an emergency and CPR. Cost is $40. Information: 372-1833.

Senior Center Trip: Gilcrease Museum: March 5 - Senior Center - Leave at 9:30 a.m. This is an opportunity to see the Charles Banks Wilson exhibit at the Gilcrease. The group will have fun in Tulsa before the 1:30 p.m. tour. Cost is $15 for transportation and exhibit. Information: 747-8080.

American Planning Association’s “Design Guidelines for Small Towns and Rural Communities”: March 5 - Stillwater Municipal Building - 3-4:30 p.m. Information: 742-8213.

Cowboy Basketball vs. Oklahoma: March 5 - Gallagher-Iba Arena - 7 p.m. Information: or 877-ALL-4-OSU.

Seretean Wellness Center Cooking Class: March 6 - Seretean Wellness Center - 12-1 p.m. Fresh herbs are under used and under appreciated for most home cooks, but learning to work with fresh herbs opens up a world of unique flavor and health. Information: 744-WELL.

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