Gather with other Star Wars enthusiasts to celebrate what started a long time ago in a galaxy far far away. The 2017 festival will be celebrating Star Wars' 40th Anniversary!
We are taking over the entire OKC Farmers Market Compound!
100 Vendors, Food Trucks, Entertainment, Activities and after party on Friday and Saturday night featuring GALACTIC EMPIRE !
ReFuseOKC will be facilitating Storm Trooper Helmet Making out of Upcycled Milk Jugs!
FRIDAY JULY 21st 12PM-9PM (adult after party 9PM-2AM)
SATURDAY JULY 22nd 10AM-9PM (adult after party 9PM-2AM)
SUNDAY JULY 23rd 10AM-5PM
FOR VENDOR INFO, email: email@example.com
FOR PRE-SALE TICKETS, SEE LINK ABOVE (prices will increase once all the pre-sale tickets are sold)
This event is produced by Revolve Productions, Elite Productions and Thomas Productions.
Scratch Paper Fireworks
Fire Poof Demos
Firework headbands and MORE!!!!
Come celebrate the 4th of July at the Wheeler Ferris Wheel! We will have a few vendors from 2-9PM, Food Trucks, The Big Friendly Beer Bus, Sno Cones, Ice Cream and Cotton Candy... and maybe even some live music.
There is plenty of fun to be had with lawn games or just chill in the hammocks.
Come ride the wheel, shop, eat and then be sure to bring your lawn chairs so you have a prime view of the OKC Fireworks show that starts at 9:30PM!
TradeShare is partnering with ReFuse OKC and the OKC Farmers Market District to host a 2 week Summer Camp Program June 19th-24th and July 24th-29th, 2017.
TradeShare camp incorporates the local community by partnering with the Farmers Market vendors and businesses that focus on sustainable arts, gardening, cooking, and community action.
Each day campers help facilitate making lunch and snacks for themselves alongside local vendors and chefs with locally sourced foods with an invitational brunch for family and friends on Saturday from the OSU/OKC Farmer's Market.
Campers and their families are also invited to take the Oklahoma River Cruise and visit the Wheeler Ferris Wheel as a part of the Summer Camp experience.
Each week is imbued with activities and guests exploring: Theatre, Inquiry Based Learning, Media & Communication, Upcycled Sewing with Howlpop, Gardening and Composting, Wildcrafting with Clarissa Sharp, Cooking with Katy Gartz and Vuong Nguyen, Dance with Joseph Misner, Sports with Balthazar Hensley from BLOW and Paul Maupin, Film with Nicole Emmons-Willis, Science with Joey Rodman and Michael Centola, Comedy with James Nghiem & Music with Jon Mooneyham/Sun Riah/Todd Jackson/Levi Watson and Circus Performers Chase Vegas/Cassidy Queerface/Ooops the Clown to Local Farmers Ian Fuller and Food Producers with Visual Artists: Kristopher Kanaly/Klair Larason/Betty Refour/Eric Piper/Erin Latham/Romy Owens/Narciso Argüelles/Julie Yang/Rick Sinnett/Kjelshus Collins/Tony Westlund and Community Leaders like Lindsey Kanaly. Promoting learning and problem solving skills from a Whole Maker Perspective.
Guests joining the TradeShare camp schedule are invited to share their work with the campers leaving an impression of mentorship that lasts a lifetime.
It is so impactful for the kids to meet artists and community leaders in person as you most likely know. TradeShare summer camp programming is not traditional to a classroom setting. The camp programming is modeled more after a mix between a live museum atmosphere and a drop in center. Campers are offered multiple areas set up with access to project materials and guests covering visual arts, science, gardening, and cooking techniques. Sometimes guests just drop in and work in one of the project areas with the campers, and sometimes they drop in and the campers invited to interact with the guests' "show and tell", demo, or performance.
60% of campers are from Scholarships and 40% are paying campers. All proceeds go to supplies, field trip costs and to the non profit ReFuseOkc which donates upcycled materials to teachers, artists, and students.
If you'd like to register your kids, volunteer, assist with a scholarship or be a guest you can find
more information and registration at https://goo.gl/forms/3rucCmvHRbCFMtj53
ReFuseOKC will be facilitating a FREE ALL AGES MAKE & CREATE for the C4K Summer Kickoff 2017! at RoundAbout's neighbor's place: Wheeler Ferris Wheel! The entire event is FREE and loaded with activities! ReFuse will be assisting folks with upcycled supplies making sporty jumping toys utilizing toilet paper rolls and scrap paper!
Here's some info on OK Cleats for Kids and the C4K Event:
Fourth Annual Summer Kickoff!
SKO17 is a family-oriented, COMPLETELY FREE event presented by Cleats for Kids (C4K) and their Varsity Board.
Join us for food trucks, face painting, inflatables, a raffle, the first official C4K Cornhole Tournament, and more!
Oklahoma Cleats for Kids is an Oklahoma City based non-profit that collects and distributes sports shoes, clothes and equipment to kids in need.
We are inviting local artists, craftsmen, and performers to visit and get to know the Capitol Hill district at a networking event on June 1st. The evening will include a creative, hands-on craft by BC Summers from ReFuseOKC and product demos by Gretchen Rehfeld, Fine Art Consultant from Porch School and Art Supply followed by Q&A session.
ReFuseOKC will be at OutdoorFest this year! Happening at the Will Rogers Garden with the wonderful Friends of Martin Nature Park! Look for us playing with mud as we facilitate a Mud Mural of Oklahoma Native Leaves and take home your own Mud Painting! This is a FREE ALL AGES MAKE & CREATE! Time to celebrate the outdoors!
More info on the event:
If you are looking for ways to get more active outdoors this is the place to come. Over 20 organizations will be sharing information on how to enjoy the outdoors and there will be LIVE music. Jamie Bramble, Ravens Three and Jackson's Brew will all be performing on the Will Rogers Amphitheater stage. Food trucks, face painting, crafts and activities will also be there to make the evening out "doors" complete.
Participating organizations include: OKC Bicycle Society, Climb Up, Oklahoma State Parks, Master Gardners, OKC Boat Club and more!
The evening will include a raffle you won't want to miss.
- a plane ride in rare 1940 WACO ZPF-7 biplane
- VIP passes to ClimbUp
- weekend rental for two from OKCKayak
- original artwork
- and more!
OutdoorFest is a free event with an option to donate. All donations will benefit the Friends of Martin Park Nature Center, a non-profit working to support Martin park for the benefit of current and future generations.
ReFuseOKC is now happy to be a partner in sponsorship for the Delmar Sunday Market with RoundAbout's neighbors in the Farmers Market District! We'll be facilitating a FREE ALL AGES MAKE & CREATES utilizing and upcycling donated materials for folks to learn and design each Sunday until the end of November 2017!
Here's some more info on the Delmar Sunday Market:
A new, open air farmers market is in development and set to take place Sundays 10 am-2pm, May through November, at Delmar Gardens in the Farmer’s Market District. The market is at the center of a vast food desert and on the edge of neighborhoods that struggle to afford basic nutrition. To tackle this issue, we will be accepting SNAP benefits and will target low-income neighborhoods and invite them to shop at our market. The market will be open to all. We hope to find commonality through local food among people of diverse backgrounds. Together we’ll create an environment centered around nutritious, local food awareness, and education.
To prepare for Mama's Day we'll be having an interactive Storytime Puppet Show and a ReFuseOKC All Ages Make & Create of upcycled flowers to give to all the mamas the next Sunday. All supplies are provided free of charge and Storytime is at 10am / 12pm / 2pm at the Wheeler Ferris Wheel.
ReFuse will be joining the Plaza District to celebrate Earth Day with DigIt Boutique and Fertile Ground. The entire street will be celebrating with interactive booths and events. We will be teaching folks how to upcycle plastic bottles into beautiful decorative flower art sculptures. All supplies provided and donations accepted!
Big Re-Opening this Saturday at Wheeler Ferris Wheel!!!!
Refuseokc and RoundAbout will be there offering:
FREE ALL AGES MAKE & CREATE!
*materials provided free of cost
Enter the Ferris Wheel you make out of upcycled materials and be up to win a Season Pass to the Ferris Wheel! 🎡 ♻️ 🎨
In honor of our friend and film maker Helen Hill and in observance of GroundHog Day
Come to a Make & Create of Stop Animation film making.
Techniques including Film/Hand held camera/computer/and cellphone animation will be facilitated.
Materials to be provided on site by @ReFuseokc but feel free to bring any extras you would like.
Another future date will be decided upon by attendees to have a film showing of the day's creations.
Helen Hill's films can be seen here: https://vimeo.com/user48435855
Sweets and cucumber sandwiches and spicy rangoon and tea will be available.
Donations are accepted but no one will be turned away for lack of funds.
The Women's March is a national movement to unify and empower everyone who stands for human rights, civil liberties, and social justice for all. We gather in community to find healing and strength through tolerance, civility, and compassion. We welcome all people to join us as we unite locally and nationally. Join us on January 21st as we march in solidarity with our sister marches around the globe.
If you have any questions, concerns, or suggestions please email firstname.lastname@example.org
To register and/or donate to the event, please visit either Eventbrite or Meetup at the links below.
For this December's OKC Holiday Flea - Sunday December 11th Refuseokc will be providing materials for ornament making to decorate multiple Holiday trees that are to be donated to the Oklahoma Housing Authority's Senior Living Centers.
We will also be facilitating the making of Holiday cheer cards for the Seniors as well.
Here's how to get involved:
*Donate your unused holiday decorating supplies
*Donate your unused holiday cards and envelopes
*Donate your unused artificial trees
*Volunteer on December 11th to help set up, help make ornaments, help kids with spelling out their holiday cheer messages, and assist with event clean up and break down.
Last year was so cool, I hope ya'll join us in spreading the cheer again this year!
Public Plastic Fusing Make & Create
Participate in the creation of a Plastic Mural
With Hands On Demos:
*Upcycling Plastic Materials
*Hand and Machine Sewing of Plastics
*Heat Fusing Plastic Materials
*Embedding Non Plastic Objects in Plastic Materials
*Plastic Adhesion Techniques
*Utilizing discarded plastic materials in classroom/learning opportunity settings
*The science of upcycling, recycling, and plastic fusing
*History of plastics uses in communities and the arts
Materials and tools are provided
Feel Free to bring plastics and materials to be upcycled and donated.
Vegetarian Chilli and Tea will be provided
All ages and skill levels welcome.
$5 suggested donation, but no one will be turned away for lack of funds.
***TradeShare's project: RoundAbout is a community space and a home for the non-profit: Re/Fuse, Inc. that designs new futures for raw materials to serve as a conduit between art supplies, re/up-cycling, and hands on education to artists, teachers, and all ages of makers and creators in our community.
Louisiana is suffering from a natural disaster;
Something us Okies know something about.
RoundAbout is throwing a Fundraiser for donations of supplies and money so us Okies can do a little something to help with the clean up!
The lovely Anthem Brewing Company, LLC has donated beer and raffle swag!
Some great bands have given their time to perform!
5 Christina Kimbrell
6 Jane Mays
630 Graititudes & annoucements
8 Rachel Lynch https://rachellynch.bandcamp.com/
830 Gentry Counce
9 Brad Fielder
10-12 the rad Tom Hudson has agreed to DJ his Soul Set for us to dance the sadness away
Complete show and set list still TBD!
If you'd like to donate food for the event or an item to be raffled off or want to help volunteer or donate supplies at any time, contact: email@example.com or 405-727-0977.
The money and donations will go directly to local clean up efforts in the areas affected by the flooding and be split between http://www.braf.org/louisiana-flood-relief and direct donating to survivors.
You can can also donate now to folks currently assisting in flooded areas: