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10 Fun Things To Do Week of June 21st: Art, Movies, Music and MORE! proudly presents our newest feature, FUN10, a list of the top 10 things to do in Oklahoma City this week, and every week! Every Sunday, we’ll drop a new FUN10, to give you a head start on your week and a heads up on what’s going on over the coming seven days. Check out FUN10 every Sunday for the details on ten awesome events happening around town. It’s a cool read, and a great way to get started planning your entertainment for the week.

Due to the cancellation of so many regularly scheduled events in Oklahoma City – with more coming in every hour – we’re focusing this week’s edition of Fun10OklahomaCity on fun entertainment you can enjoy in the safety of your own home or while practicing safe ‘social distancing’ while the state begins the process of opening back up.


FUN10 — ten ways for you to have fun in Oklahoma City, this week and every week, running every Sunday, only on your site for fun, free, local entertainment,!


So what’s on the FUN10 for this week? Read on …



Okie Summer Movies

Winchester Drive-In (6930 S Western Ave Oklahoma City) and Kingdom Media Club present “Okie Summer Movies” this Tuesday Jun 23 from 6:30 -11 p.m.. A film screening and discussion series that include family friendly films that have Oklahoma ties.

First up is the 1985 classic The Goonies. Before the film will be a discussion with Steven Spielberg’s Personal Assistant, Mark Marshall, moderated by Emmy Award-winning director Kyle Roberts. This year marks the 35th Anniversary of The Goonies and we are proud to have Mark back from LA for this event!


Admission (CASH ONLY!): $7 adults, $3 ages 3-10, 2 & under free.

Vehicle line begins as early as 6/6:30pm

Truck/SUV spots fill up first so arrive early or bring a car!

Box office/gate opens at 7:30pm ~ ARRIVE EARLY to get a good spot!

Q&A w/ ‘The Goonies’ Assistant Director Mark Marshall, moderated by Kyle Roberts at 7:30pm!

‘The Goonies’ screening at 9pm!


Mark Marshall Bio

A native Oklahoman, Mark began his career in 1978 at CPC Associates, a veteran visual effects house in Hollywood, California. He soon joined the Los Angeles arm of Lucasfilm Ltd., serving as production assistant on More American Graffiti, Star Wars Episode V: The Empire Strikes Back and Raiders of the Lost Ark, directed by Steven Spielberg. In 1984, he joined Amblin Entertainment as personal assistant to Mr. Spielberg. During that time, Marshall assisted on a varied slate of projects including Indiana Jones and the Temple of Doom, The Goonies, The Color Purple, Back to the Future, An American Tail, Empire of the Sun, and Indiana Jones and the Last Crusade as well as Spielberg’s television series, Amazing Stories. In 2002, Mark and his brother, Mike, formed River Rock Entertainment, LLC. They recently produced and directed the historical documentary, Remember the Sultana, now available on Amazon. The company is currently developing several feature projects, including a biography of Mose YellowHorse, the first full-blooded Indian to play major-league baseball.


Superhero Dance Camp

Calling all superheroes! Dance Unlimited’s (1217 E Hefner Road Oklahoma City) studio has been overrun by villains & they need your help!

Join Dance Unlimited for an exciting adventure each day as we groove to some out of this world hip hop moves , create our best superhero crafts, play games, & enjoy a snack to fuel the fight to save the world! Superheroes will show off their dancing powers at a show & the end of the week.


{Enroll in all six DU Summer Dance Camps for $100 off + attend Olaf Dance Camp for FREE!} OR {Enroll in five DU Summer Dance Camps & attend Olaf Dance Camp for FREE!}

This camp will be June 22nd- June 25th. This camp is for ages 5-8 and will meet daily from 1PM-4PM. A mid-camp snack will be provided each day along with a themed craft. Don’t forget to check out their big camp performance at the end of the week! Camp is $150 or check out the awesome deal alert above!

Enroll online at or call us at 405.242.4612 to enroll while spots are available.


Live Music at Louie’s Lakeside

Looking for a fun and relaxing way to break up the work week?

Head to Louie’s Grill & Bar (9401 Lake Hefner Pkwy Oklahoma City) every Wednesday night at 8 p.m. for live music from Steve Crossley and Jerry Wilson!

For more information (including updates on weather-related cancellations) please visit


Corey Matthews Live!

Live! Stomp Country! Come shake a tail feather and toss a few back! Get those boots ready to stomp and clap along. A little bit Country a little bit Rock and Roll with a whole lot of Soul.

Corey Matthews performs live at the Roadhouse Bar & Grill (6716 S Main St. Oklahoma City) this Thursday Jun 25 from 9 p.m. – 12 a.m.

For more information, please visit

Sure to be a good time!


Sip & Stroll Through the Zoo

Join the OKC Zoo every Thursday evening beginning June 25 through August 13, from 6 to 10 p.m., for Sip & Stroll, presented by Will & Wiley Hard Seltzer, 1800 Tequila, Kraken Rum and Bubly Sparkling Water.

Guests 21-and-older, limited to 900 guests per night, are invited to explore an outdoor path that spans almost the entire Zoo to discover wondrous wildlife along the way.

While strolling through the Zoo, guests may stop and cool off at one of six water holes to experience featured drinks inspired by animals and habitats from around the world including Belize, Rwanda and India. Guests will also have an opportunity to learn what the Zoo is doing to protect and preserve the natural world through global conservation partnerships with the International Rhino Foundation, Dian Fossey Gorilla Fund International, Turtle Survival Alliance and more, and how they can help conserve wildlife and wild places.

The full menu of culinary favorites will be available for purchase at Best of Oklahoma and Big Rock BBQ, as well as selections from a special outdoor grill at the Devon picnic grounds overlooking Zoo Lake.

Sip & Stroll admission is $17 per person and tickets are now available at


Redrock OKC Series

Join Redrock Canyon Grill (9221 Lake Hefner Pkwy Oklahoma City) this Thursday Jun 25 from 6 – 10 p.m. for some live music!

Performing this week at Redrock OKC Summer Concert series is After Party!

For more information, please visit


Bo Phillips Live at Western Nights

Western Nights (1164 N MacArthur Blvd Oklahoma City) welcomes back Bo Phillips for some live music this Friday Jun 26 at 8 p.m.

Tickets are $5 in advance or $10 at the door.

Hailing from Stillwater, Oklahoma, Bo Phillips brings an eclectic variety of musical influences with him to the stage. From the first note until the last encore, you can be sure that you will leave with a smile. His debut album, “Dirt Road”, features all original music, and three top 40 songs on the Texas charts. You will hear soulful ballads, gritty lead rides, toe-tapping favorites, and a couple of funny moments. His sophomore album, “Fishin’ with Grandpa” takes it to an entirely new level. His second album boasts another three songs in the top 40, but also two in the top 10, and one, “Red Dirt Girl” that topped the chart at number 1.  His third studio album, “Nashville Checklist” finds its way into even more mature and thought-out lyrics and attention-grabbing melodies.  With two of the songs already cracking the top 40, the cd is poised to take his music to a whole new level.

Born in Houston, Texas, Bo and his two brothers (Stephan Phillips and Stoney LaRue) were raised by their grandparents in southeastern Oklahoma. Upon graduation, Bo moved to Stillwater and received his degree in agricultural education from Oklahoma State University. He then began his career as a high school agriculture teacher. After teaching for six years, he decided it was time to pursue his lifelong dream… music.

He got his first guitar when he was nine years old. It came with a chord book that showed three chords. “The rest, I learned from watching Austin City Limits.” He played all his life, but never took it seriously until he moved to Stillwater and was immersed in the culture. And as with all his shows, “You’ll pay for the whole seat, but you’ll only need the edge.”

For more information, please visit


OK Art Crawl

Discover the art next door with the OK Art Crawl! On June 27 and 28, the Oklahoma Visual Artists Coalition is organizing the OK Art Crawl, a statewide event in response to the COVID19 pandemic, which has shut down many summer festivals and arts events in Oklahoma. Oklahoma artists are invited to put their work on public display—in their windows, on their driveways, on their porches (or on their friends’ porches, if they get permission first).

The participating artists’ images and addresses are available through a Google map on the OVAC website. From 5 to 8 pm, on both dates, Oklahomans can drive to the area of their choosing to check out the art work. For guidelines, locations, and artist signup visit

For the safety of both artists and visitors we encourage all participants to abide by CDC and local guidelines including keeping a distance of 6 feet between parties and wearing masks when in shared spaces.

OVAC is partnering with a number of other organizations to spread the word and make this event a truly Oklahoma-wide celebration of the arts, including ahha Tulsa, Allied Arts, Arts Council Oklahoma City, Art Group OKC, Edmond Fine Arts Institute, Firehouse Art Center, Living Arts of Tulsa, Norman Arts Council, Oklahoma Arts Council, Oklahoma Arts Institute, Paseo Arts Association, Plains Indians and Pioneer Museum, Prairie Arts Center, The Art Hall, and The Vault Art Space and Gathering Place.

To join as a partner and for more information about the event, visit

The Oklahoma Visual Arts Coalition grows and develops Oklahoma’s visual arts community through education, promotion, connection, and funding.

If you require accommodations to access this program, please contact us at 405-879-2400 or


2nd Annual Brunch For Wishes

Make-A-Wish Oklahoma is thrilled to announce our 2nd Annual Brunch For Wishes event, hosted by the OKC Wish Young Professionals (Wish YP) Council, to fund the wishes of Oklahoma children with critical illnesses.

Presented by Google, Brunch For Wishes will be held on Saturday, June 27, 2020 at The Yale Theater. We would love to invite you and your friends to join us in a fun afternoon of food and drinks, games, celebration and inspiring wish stories!


WHEN: Saturday, June 27, 2020

11:00 AM – 2:00 PM

WHERE: The Yale Theater

227 SW 25th Street

Oklahoma City, OK 73109



For questions or more information, please contact us at 405.286.4000.


Virtual SONIC Free Family Day

Enjoy this summer’s SONIC Free Family Day at the Oklahoma City Museum of Art, in a whole new way – from the comfort of your home! Tune in Sunday, June 28 to the Museum’s YouTube channel and social media for a very special virtual event! Enjoy the Sugar Free Allstars, hosts Malcom Tubbs and Shelby Love from Fox 25, OKC Improv, a tour of POP Power with Amanda Harmer and Bryon Chambers of OKCMOA, an at home art activity with local artist and Metro Family contributor Marissa Raglin, special guests and more.

* Please note, while the Museum will be open Sunday, June 28, we are practicing social distancing throughout our building and encouraging families to tune in from home for this SONIC Free Family Day. Thank you for your help in sharing this special day with family and friends.

This event has been made possible by SONIC, America’s Drive-In. Special thanks to Fox 25 for their support.




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Tess Abney is a freelance writer who was born and raised in the Quad Cities. She spends most of her time attempting to successfully raise three boys. In her free time, writing is her passion. Whether it is sharing local events and businesses with readers or sharing her thoughts on life, she finds comfort in the way words can bring people together.