Weekly Events Calendar July 20-26, 2020

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Events are subject to change or cancellation. Please call or contact the event organizers before going.

Each week, Oklahoma Today staffers comb through their calendars to find a handful of great events happening across the state. Get out! See Oklahoma! And be sure to let us know what you find, either here or on Facebook, Twitter, and Instagram at @oklahomatoday.

Make beautiful art and social distance at Pinot's Palette in Broken Arrow.

Make beautiful art and social distance at Pinot's Palette in Broken Arrow.

Safely Sail Away

Pinot’s Palette in Broken Arrow is welcoming couples out of their date nights from home with their Sail Away with Me Date Night. Don’t worry, while you sail the waves away from your home, Pinot’s assures all its customers they are taking extra safety precautions with sanitizing measures. All attendees must wear a mask—rumor even has it the most creative mask may receive a prize. July 24. Tickets, $39. pinotspalette.com

Classical Glass

The art of glasswork is mesmerizing. Partake in making entrancing glass for lanterns with A Pigment of Your Imagination, L.L.C. at their Fused Glass Lantern Class in Lawton. The class will teach you how to put your design together to create a one-of-a-kind lantern. The studio encourages inviting friends and bringing your favorite munchies and sips to accompany your creativity. July 24. Tickets, $35-55. apigmentofyourimagination.com

Space Music

The Myriad Botanical Gardens is partnering with KUCO Classical Radio to bring Oklahoma City a peaceful night under the stars. Bring a blanket or lawn chair to Music From Hearts of Space and enjoy “slow music for fast times.” The NPR program is intended to soothe and calm listeners while they are surrounded by mandalas made of flowers. July 24. Admission, Free. calendar.oklahomacitybotanicalgardens.com

Ardmore Clean Up Clean Out Day is a chance to keep the community sparkling. Photo by Anastasia Gepp

Ardmore Clean Up Clean Out Day is a chance to keep the community sparkling. Photo by Anastasia Gepp

Clean It Up

There are many beautiful things in life, including the simple act of a community coming together to keep their city clean. The Ardmore Beautification Council is hosting Ardmore Clean Up Clean Out Day for residents to bring paper products and electronic items to the Ardmore Convention Center. People can also help pick up litter with gloves, trash grabbers, vests, and garbage bags provided by the council. July 25. Admission, Free. facebook.com

Change your view during Midwest City's Yoga in the Park. Photo by Jane B

Change your view during Midwest City's Yoga in the Park. Photo by Jane B

Nature Yoga

Yoga at home can get boring. Bring your mat to Joe B. Barnes Regional Park for a different landscape at Midwest City’s Yoga in the Park. All ages and skill abilities are welcome. Allow birds’ songs to fill the morning air as you inhale tranquility and exhale your stress. July 25. Admission, Free. facebook.com

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