May 20 Friday
Teen Night is a TEENS-ONLY free event created by Oklahoma Contemporary’s Teen Arts Council! Join us for an evening in our new downtown OKC home: Hang out with other high school students, listen to sets from DJs Kora Waves and Bengineer, enjoy food, make art, see a performance and check out the art in our exhibitions on view.
All teens who attend must agree to a code of conduct before entering the event. Want to skip the check-in line? Fill out the Teen Night Pre-Registration Form in advance. Be sure to bring an ID or school ID with proof of age, leave your parents and your bags at home, be respectful and have fun.
Price: FREE; tickets required
For more information: 405-951-0000, okcontemp.org/TeenNight
May 25 Wednesday
- All Day Museum Admission
- 60 Minute Education Program
- Scavenger Hunts
Did you know owls swallow their food whole, bones and all? After digesting what they can, owls regurgitate a little lump of fur and bones. These are called owl pellets. Dissecting an owl pellet and identifying the bones inside allows your student scientists to study the diet of owls. Each student will receive their own owl pellet dissection kit and a small bag to take home all of the bones they find and identify.
May 26 Thursday
Odyssey Leadership Academy, an innovative school for students 6-12th grade, is hosting a town hall May 26th, 6:30pm, at Provisions Coffee to share how we are reimagining education by offering students small, innovative classrooms; engaging, learner-centered curriculum; the pursuit of creativity, collaboration, and critical thinking; real world experiences; and opportunities to learn from the world!
Jun 06 Monday
Camp Canterbury is a week-long camp for children in grades 2-8 who love to sing! Held on the campus of Oklahoma City University, students are taught by seasoned music professionals and receive instruction in developing vocal artistry, good choral techniques, and music literacy. Students can also choose two breakout classes to learn about musical theatre, folk dancing, songwriting, drumming, and more. A performance will be held on the last day of camp.
Learn all about horses and horseback riding at Camp Cadence! Weekly camps for ages 6-15 provide indoor and outdoor riding experiences with individualized riding lessons in a safe, family-friendly environment. Campers also enjoy fun specialty days including fishing day and water day.
Lake Thunderbird Learn to Sail Classes. "Sailing Smart" Beginner Classes Session 1: June 6, 7 and 8 Session 2: June 13, 14, and 15 and Session 3: June 20, 21, and 22,
Ages 9 - 13. These three-day programs will teach beginning sailing in our new RS Tera and RS Zest fleet. No previous sailing or boating experience perience is required. Students learn the safe, responsible way to rig, launch and sail small boats while improving their self-confidence, coordination, and teamwork.
Classes run 9:00 AM - 3:00 PM, Monday thru Wednesday. Thursday and Friday of the week are makeup days for bad weather. Classes are limited to 8 students.
"Sailing Better" Intermediate Class June 28, 29, and 30 Ages 9-14 For second and third-year sailors. Three days of instruction build on the knowledge and skills learned in the Sailing Smart Camp.
Kids bring their own PFD, lunch, and drinks. Classes run 9:00 AM - 3:00 PM, Monday thru Wednesday. Thursday and Friday of the week are makeup days for bad weather.
Graduates will be eligible for additional Saturday morning sailing days as weather permits. Our all-volunteer instructors are certified by U.S. Sailing and follow nationally recognized standards.
Youth Class Tuition: $250. Scholarships are available for these classes!
Jun 07 Tuesday
Jun 08 Wednesday