Friday, July 18, 2014

New Shops Now Open Cobblestone Row

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Medicine Park welcomes 2 new shops to its unique offering of original merchants. Luna Joon Shop and Luna Gallery and Get Cobbled. Within their walls you will find many handcrafted items as well as merchandise not carried by run of the mill stores. As pictures do a better job of describing what "in store" check out the slide show. Meanwhile if you haven't visited the shops and eateries lately you will find they are offering more than ever including a line of cool (many made right here in Medicine Park) shirts from Base Camp as well as biking, hiking and climbing activities. As always you will be owners and shopkeepers welcome you and make shopping a treat. And don't forget to tell them Medicine Park Post sent you!



Tuesday, June 24, 2014

Summer Events for Medicine Park

Ali Harter Special Appearance!  

Park Tavern Outdoor Stage

Sunday July 20th, 3-6 PM



Cobblestone Row 1st Annual Regatta 

Saturday 26th of July at 11:00 AM

Get your team together, dress up and let's see who can go down Medicine Creek the furthest!!

26 July at 11:00 you will get one (1) hour for your team (5 members) to build you Regatta out of your cardboard and the supplies we provide (duct tape, sheet of plastic, yard stick, pencil, and a box cutter).

After the building hour, one of the team members will navigate the Regatta down Medicine Creek (behind Cobblestone Row).

The team that floats their Regatta the furthest will win!!

There is be live music all day starting with Jarod Lee Cross who will perform on Cobblestone Row's Round Rocks stage!!

For a PDF File email Chas Callich of stop by any shop on Cobblestone Row.
See you there!

If you watching or participating in the above event CLICK HERE for cottage and room rentals. Stop by and visit some of our galleries, shops and eateries. 

 


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Saturday, June 21, 2014

Medicine Park's Dr. Greg Hoepfner Receives National Music Award

Often Medicine Park is recognized for bringing outstanding music venues, in the form of blues, red dirt and blue grass, to Oklahoma. Medicine Park is also home to residents who shine a spot light on SW Oklahoma by their major achievements in the arts that extend beyond the Oklahoma boundaries. Medicine Park is proud of Dr. Greg Hoepfner attaining national recognition for his work and extend congratulations to him and his family.

ORIGINAL MUSICAL COMEDY BY CAMERON PROFESSOR HONORED WITH NATIONAL AWARD
"The Juries," a musical theatre comedy written by Cameron University's Dr. Greg Hoepfner, Professor of Music, has been honored with a Merit Award in the Music Theatre category by the 2014 International Composers' Competition sponsored by the Boston Metro Opera (BMO). With that distinction, "The Juries" will be performed during BMO’s 2014-15 production season. The Merit Award recognizes works that demonstrate unusual content, a
unique voice and/or distinctive compositional talent.
Focusing on the trials and tribulations of vocal students and their end-of-semester evaluations - juries - by a panel of four professors, "The Juries" is Hoepfner's first musical comedy. He wrote the music and lyrics; the book was written by his daughter, Helen Hoepfner. The show was first presented publicly in a showcase in February 2013.   

The International Composers' Competition is part of the Boston-International Contempo Festival, which is widely regarded as one North America's most important venues for new works in opera, musical theatre, choral music and art song. For the 2014 competition, a panel of judges evaluated more than 625 works by composers from six continents and over 120 countries.

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