Shakespeare in the Park, paddle boarding, yoga and other options are available for the public.
The events help promote AIDS and HIV education and raise money for organizations that deal with direct care and outreach efforts.
OSP’s Kathryn McGill will helm the production of William Shakespeare’s most preeminent work.
Elephants, giraffes, gorillas, sea lions, stingrays and red river hogs will be among the participating artists.
Mutts Amazing Hot Dogs & Burgers is working on two new locations, Epic Pops readies brick-and-mortar location for students, Taste of Oklahoma series includes mixology class and Legends & Leaders inspires professionals.
Organizers say this year’s festival might be the last one in Oklahoma City.
Fleener said she appreciates the general cultural shift away from dieting and “getting fit” toward “being well.”
“We always want to be doing something that gives back to the community,” Blaschke said, “and in a way where everyone can participate.”
If you’re buying general admission tickets, it’s advisable to arrive early. Even with an event pass, it’s advisable to arrive early.
“What better way to celebrate Father’s Day than with beer, bacon and breakfast for Dad?” Adams said.