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February 28, 2013

What's 2 Do in Enid, area

ENID, Okla. — First Friday

6-9 Tonight

Downtown Enid

Shop, dine and listen to some great local music tonight in downtown Enid.

After a short winter hiatus, First Friday is back. Business will be open late hours and host special events and musicians.

Events tonight include: re-grand opening party for The Felt Bird at 124 S. Independence; live music by Those Guys and cupcakes from The Queen of Cakes at Soapweeds & Cactus, 122 N. Independence; live music by Greg Stong, a display of art by Jena Kodesh, and refreshments at Creative Arts Enid, 217 N. Washington; a mashed potato bar and soup bar, as well as live entertainment, at Angel Delight Bakery & Eatery, 417 S. Washington; open house celebration at Return Engagement, 123 N. Grand; Alice and the Mad Hatter tea at Lola’s Boutique, 224 W. Randolph.

Special note: Free Art Friday, which had been scheduled for tonight, has been postponed due to the weather. It has been rescheduled to April.

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Concert feat. Brad Richter, guitar, and Viktor Uzur, violoncello

8 p.m. Saturday and 2 p.m. Sunday

Enid Symphony Hall, 301 W. Broadway

Enjoy the sounds of guitarist Brad Richter and violoncellist Viktor Uzur during a special performance this weekend at Enid Symphony Hall.

The two performances are at 8 p.m. Saturday and 2 p.m. Sunday at the symphony hall, 301 W. Broadway.

Pieces that will be performed during the concert include “Overture to Der Freischutz,” “Symphony No. 8 in b minor: Unfinished,” and “Concerto for Cello, Guitar and Orchestra.”

Tickets are $20. Each adult who purchases a single ticket at regular price my bring two children aged 6-12 free if the tickets are ordered through the ESO office. Office hours are 9 a.m. to 1 p.m. today.

To purchase tickets, visit the symphony box office, call (580) 237-9646 or go to enidsymphony.org.

The performances are sponsored by Integris Bass Baptist Health Center and the Oklahoma Arts Council, with assistance from the National Endowment for the Arts.

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