What’s happening Wednesday OKC with the Eggman!

So what a crazy Memorial Day Weekend, huh? Hard to believe June starts on SATURDAY! All these great events benefiting the tornado victims are incredible. The OKChefsRelief raised $40,000 alone! Amazing! And the donations coming in by the millions! Oh and I did NOT get my tickets to the Healing in the Heartland concert. I’m fine with watching it on tv because I just can’t wait to see the performers and the crowd. I’m super pumped. Of course if tickets became available to purchase I would buy them.

Thanks for having me on Eggman & Shawn Carey! Listen every Wednesday morning, 7:30 am on KZLS The True Oldies Channel.

Here’s what’s on my list! PS. Look after the photo gallery for the “What June Is…” list.

Wednesday, May 29v

  • Oklahoma City RedHawks vs. Omaha Storm Chasers through Friday, Chickasaw Bricktown Ballpark
  • Music for Moore (#music4moore), Chevy Bricktown Events Center, 4pm-Midnight
  • Healing in the Heartland: Relief Benefit Concert, Chesapeake Energy Arena, 7:30pm
    Televised live at 9 p.m. ET/PT on NBC. It will also air on cable networks Style, G4, Bravo, E! and CMT on either a live or delayed basis.

Thursday, May 30

Friday, May 31

Saturday, June 1

Sunday, June 2

  • Museums on Us Free Admission to select OK Museums from Bank of America – Oklahoma City Museum of Art, National Cowboy & Western Heritage Museum, the Philbrook Museum of Art & Gilcrease Museum.
  • Oklahoma City Pro-Am Classic, starting in Automobile Ally, beginning at 10am
  • Greater Tuna presented by CityRep Theatre Company, Civic Center, 1:30pm
  • 2013 Sunday Twilight Concerts Kick Off with Squirrel & Friends, Myriad Gardens Great Lawn Band Shell, 2pm

Next week: deadCENTER Film Festival!

June is ….

Accordion Awareness Month, Natl Adopt-A-Shelter-Cat Month Aphasia Awareness Month, Natl Audiobook Awareness Month Cancer from the Sun Month Caribbean-American Heritage Month, Natl Cataract Awareness Month Child Vision Awareness Month Childhood Cancer Awareness Month, Intl Children’s Awareness Month Dairy Alternatives Month Effective Communications Month Entrepreneurs “Do It Yourself” Marketing Month GLBT Book Month, Natl Great Outdoors Month Iced Tea Month, Natl June Dairy Month June Is Perennial Gardening Month Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual and Transgender Pride Month Men’s Month, Intl Migraine Awareness Month, Natl Pharmacists Declare War on Alcoholism Month Professional Wellness Month Rebuild Your Life Month Rivers Month, Natl Rose Month, Natl Safety Month, Natl Skyscraper Month Soul Food Month, Natl Sports America Kids Month Steakhouse Month, Natl Student Safety Month Surf Music Month, Intl

Leslie’s OKC This Week!

For more details on each event, visit Leslie’s OKC! To help contribute events to Leslie’s OKC, e-mail leslieannspears@gmail.com

Wednesday, May 16

  • 6:00pm – Dean A. McGee Awards, Skirvin Hilton, presented by Downtown Oklahoma City, Inc.
  • 6:00pm – 3rd Annual Rose Party on the Patio at Wedge on Western
  • 8:30pm – OKC Thunder vs. LA Lakers, Chesapeake Arena

Thursday, May 17

  • 11:30am – SoundBites, Born in November, BOK Plaza
  • 5:00pm – Cocktails on the Skyline, The Broke Brothers, OKCMOA
  • 5:30pm – OKC Happy Hour for May, Lincoln at Central Park Main Clubhouse
  • 6:00pm – Fandango 2012, a benefit for and at Historic Harn Homestead
  • 6:00pm – Wine, Women & Shoes benefit, Oklahoma City Farmers Public Market
  • 7:30pm – The Complete History of Sports (abridged), CityRep Theatre, Civic Center
  • 7:30pm – Wish Me Away, Noble Theater, OKCMOA

Friday, May 18

  • 9:30am – Go Red for Women Luncheon, Cox Renaissance Convention Center
  • 10:00am – Van Halen September 15 concert tickets go on sale
  • 11:00am – Spokies Bike Share Program Kick Off in Downtown Oklahoma City at the Library
  • 5:30pm – Kid with a Bike, Noble Theater, OKCMOA
  • 6:30pm – Memory Gala benefiting Alzheimer’s Assoc, National Cowboy and Western Heritage Museum
  • 7:00pm – In The Mood For Possibilities featuring the Al Good Orchesta, Civic Center Music Hall – Hall of Mirrors
  • 7:30pm – The Complete History of Sports (abridged), CityRep Theatre, Civic Center
  • 8:00pm – MODERN ROCK DIARIES presents, “Rock N’ The Future” Bash!, Blue Note
  • 8:00pm – Kid with a Bike, Noble Theater, OKCMOA

Saturday, May 19

  • Flint Restaurant opening!, Colcord Hotel
  • 9:00am – Hungryman Relay
  • 10:00am – 14th Annual Miller Neighborhood Home and Garden Tour
  • 10:00am – Oklahoma Festival in the Park, Will Rogers Park
  • 11:00am – Get checked out at the Downtown Library, speed dating event
  • 11:30am – McNellie’s Pub Run 2012, starting at McNellie’s Pub
  • 1:00pm – Oklahoma Craft Beer Festival, TapWerks in Bricktown
  • 5:30pm – Kid with a Bike, Noble Theater, OKCMOA
  • 7:00pm – 4th Annual Toast to Life “Aristocrat Party” benefiting Other Options, Inc. Friends Food Pantry, Magnolia Building in Automobile Alley
  • 7:00pm – Bricktown Rotary presents Days of Wine & Rotary, Devon Energy Boathouse
  • 7:00pm – Burlap Tuxedo & Local Honey @ OKC Pride Fest Main Stage, Film Row
  • 7:30pm – The Complete History of Sports (abridged), CityRep Theatre, Civic Center
  • 8:00pm –  Oklahoma City Philharmonic Season Finale // Classics, Civic Center
  • 8:00pm – DISTRACTED – a comedy by Lisa Loomer, Carpenter Square Theatre
  • 8:00pm – Kid with a Bike, Noble Theater, OKCMOA

Sunday, May 20

  • 2:00pm –  Completely Hollywood (Abridged) – CityRep Theatre
  • 2:00pm – All Fired Up! OKC Philharmonic Discovery Family Season Finale, Civic Center
  • 6:00pm, OKC Pride Week Parade, the strip on 39th
  • 6:30pm, The FIRST Wine Dinner at WEST (reservations required)