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The following outings are only a list of the published Outings
For everything listed below – there is at least an equal number
& usually a whole lot more…going on behind the scenes
that are organized/announced between individual OKC-ON Members
thru our email listserv on Yahoo-Groups or private emails between member

You must be a Member of the OKC-ON
to go on an OKC-ON outing !!
Meetings & Happy Hours
are open to the general public

"Contact info" for upcoming outings
will be emailed to OKC-ON Members
once a week as outings get added to the list
or members can contact the
OKC-ON for that information

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Weekly Outings in June
 6:30 pm Summer 2006 Twilight Concerts

Click Link Below for a Map
Will Rogers Park Amphitheater
NW 36th & Portland

June 4: Pinkie and the Snakeshakers – Rockin’ Blues
June 11:
La Orchesta Cache – Latin
June 18:
Al Good Orchestra – Big Band
June 25:
The Class Act Band – R&B/Jazz/Blues

 7:00 pm Summer Breeze Concert Series
                    in Norman
June 1

We are going
to have a
Introduction to
 SCUBA Diving

"Splash Party"
Adventure Sports

This is for OKC-ON Members ONLY
& is not open to the general public

2003 Splash Party / 2004 Splash Party

Click Here for Details

June 3

Public Star Party

Windsurfer’s Point
Lake Hefner


A Tour of the Planets, featuring Mercury, Mars, Jupiter and Saturn with the Moon tossed in for fun. Starting at sunset, 9pm and running ’til midnight. Come early to see Mercury!

Get the family together, pack a picnic lunch and round up some fishing tackle.

On the first full weekend of June

Oklahoma State Fishing Licenses are not required for anyone, anywhere in the state.

"It’s a great opportunity to get everyone together and go fishing," said David Warren, information and education chief for the Oklahoma Department of Wildlife Conservation.

According to Warren, the timing for the Free Fishing Days could not be any better. Not only do the days coincide with National Fishing and Boating Week, many of Oklahoma’s most sought after fish species, including bass, catfish and bluegill are active in early June.

Although most municipalities, such as Oklahoma City, waive city licenses in celebration of Free Fishing Days, anglers should check with local authorities before fishing in city-managed waters. Those headed out for a trip will want to pick up a copy of the "2003 Oklahoma Fishing Guide" because all other statewide regulations still apply. Fishing Guides are available at Department installations and hunting and fishing license dealers across the state. The regulations are also available on the Department’s Web site which also has information about fishing in Oklahoma and fishing reports from across the state. To log onto the Wildlife Department’s Web site, go to

Thursday, June 8
Join us for our
Monthly Happy Hour
in NORMAN, Oklahoma
5:30 pm – ????

At O’Connell’s Irish Pub & Grille
On the east side of the OU Campus

June 9-10


Tom Chapin Trio
Michael Martin Murphey
Joe Bonamassa
Byron Berline Band
Kruger Brothers
The Bluegrass Faithful
Monty Harper
Ronald Radford
Jeff Black
Horseshoe Road
Stephanie Jackson
Prairie Moon

2006 Acousticadia Schedule

Instrument Workshops
Children’s Tent w/ Music Crafts

Organized by Edmond Arts & Humanities Council
For Ticket Information
Call 405-359-4683

Purchase tickets online at

June 9-11




The OKC Whip Enthusiasts Whip Weekend 2006 is
coming up June 9th-11th.

The OKC Whip Enthusiasts group meets at
Eldon Lyon Park

The OKC Whip Enthusiasts group is open to anyone and everyone who is interested in learning more about whips (bullwhips, stock whips, snake whips, etc). All are welcome to come out and learn; men, women, and children. We will work on technique, safety, a variety of different sport cracks and basically just having fun. You do not need to own a whip to come out and learn, just come out and see what we’re all about. The park is on 36th Street in Bethany, between Rockwell and Council and we’ll be meeting at the southwest corner. You can park on 36th Street. There are restrooms available and a convenience store at the corner of 36th and Rockwell.

The minimum distance to the cups will be placed at 9′.  It gives
everyone a good challenge. It will also get even more challenging
when the mark is moved to 14′ requiring everyone to use at least a
12′ bullwhip which will be provided if needed. We will have10 targets
with cups at various heights. The first contest will be Non-timed
going for a touch (1pt.) smash (2pts) or a sliced cup (3 pts) the
right cup had to be cut by the right hand and the left cup with the
left. Same ten cups use either hand in a timed event. Cup must be
smashed or cut off the stand. 5-second penalty for any cup left. Then
of course the OKC special X-Long whip challenge, which is when the
line is moved to 25′. Which will be provided if needed.  There will
be the Precision board competition as well.

If you have any questions, comments or concerns
please feel free to email Bill at

June 11







Day Hike
National Park

Sulphur, Oklahoma

Walk will be 4-5 miles
At a
Moderate Pace

We will plan on leaving from the
Oklahoma City Community College
(O triple C)
74th & South May Avenue
(North Parking lot by the Library clock tower)

Meet @ 7:15 am
Departure @ 7:30 am

Bring water & a snack for the trail


w/Bill Becquart

if you plan to attend
or if you have questions

June 11-17 2006


Oklahoma FreeWheel is an
annual bicycling event
that crosses the Sooner State

Every year nearly 1,500 bicyclists, support and family members gather near the Texas-Oklahoma state line
for the annual trek north towards Kansas with stops in great
host towns each night.

June 15

Happy Hour


OKC Outdoor Network’s
MonthlyHappy Hour

Due to the forecasted 102 temperature
for Thursday’s Happy Hour
we are moving from the outside patio
at the Deep Deuce to the inside A/C
at the Belle Isle Brewery

Find us in the upstairs bar area of the


The Belle Isle Brewery
is in
50 Penn Place
 A very tall building on the SE Corner of
NW Highway & Pennsylvania Ave
Enter off NW Highway
to 1st floor and walk up the stairs
Enter off Pennsylvania
to the 2nd floor and walk straight into the bar area
Hope to see you there !!!!

Contact the OKC Outdoor Network

for more information
June 30

6:30 pm

Friday Night

in NW Oklahoma City (above Lake Overholser)

With the combination
of the water, wind
& the overhanging trees

Even on a hot afternoon
it is cool on the river

Large numbers of songbirds, both migrant and resident,
 use the refuge

For that reason, Stinchcomb is currently used as a bird banding area, run by local ornithologists for the Department of Interior

On an average trip
into the Wildlife Refuge you can see
3 to 7 whitetail deer, 1-2 raccoons,
1-3 owls, 1-4 beavers 15+ egrets, numerous hawks
all kinds of other birds….

You can’t see that
paddling Lake Hefner !!!!

The Oklahoma City Lake Patrol at the
Lake Overholser/Stinchcomb Wildlife Refuge
are real strict when it comes to boating laws !!!!
(Verses what you are use to at Lake Hefner)
To Paddle Stinchcomb you will need:
1. Current State Registration Sticker on your canoe/kayak
2. Current OKC Boating Permit ($5 day/$25 year)
3. A PFD (life jacket) to be worn at all times
4. A white light (of some kind) that can be turned on and left on…in case we come back at dusk or after dark.
* You will need "at least" the 1st three
to go paddling with me on this outing !!!!
Be forewarned
If you get a citation for not following the rules
don’t blame me !!!!

The OKC Lake Patrol
are not a bunch of bad guys

all you need to do to stay out of trouble
on your paddle in the Stinchcomb Wildlife Refuge

is to obey the current
OKC/Oklahoma Boating Regulations !!

If you have any questions
Contact OKC Outdoor Network Member
Bill Becquart

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