Upcoming Events

6:00 PM Jun 05, 2015

Please help the Drovers Against Cancer to win a special award by signing up for a Luminaria for the Relay For Life this year. Lets fill the oval with the light of bags representing survivors, care givers and those that are especially active in the fight against cancer. Of course there are also the bags to commemorate those that have lost their battle with cancer. This year the American Cancer Society has set the price at $10 a piece. We also have the tiki torches that start at $25 for the first year and then drop each year by $5 until it reaches $10.

8:30 AM Jun 08 to 12, 2015

The 2015 Chris Francis Basketball Camp is open to any boy between the ages of 6 and 14. The daily, four-hour sessions will focus on the basic understandings of the sport and strengthening player fundamentals.


8:45 AM Jun 08 to 19, 2015
Te Ata Auditorium


  • A summer arts program for 8-12 year olds to learn and develop skills
  • A balanced program integrating study of theatre, visual arts, dance and musical theatre
  • A professional staff of artists/teachers
  • Opportunities for personal growth, sharing creativity, social interaction, skill development and presentation of work

USAO “Te Ata” Auditorium, Chickasha

USAO summer history camp 2015

(All day) Jun 09 to 10, 2015

Apply now for a scholarship to the USAO Summer History Camp, June 9-10, 2015. The history camp, now in it's fourth year, is designed to offer high school students a chance to experience college life, gain one-on-one interaction with a nationally-recognized historian and keynote speaker and give attendees additional contextual information on the period discussed in the annual Summer History Symposium.

USAO Summer History Symposium

7:30 PM Jun 09, 2015
Te Ata Auditorium

Continuing our five-year look at the American Civil War, the University of Science and Arts of Oklahoma welcomes Dr. Daniel Sutherland of the University of Arkansas as the fourth keynote speaker for the Summer History Symposium. Sutherland is scheduled to deliver his address beginning at 7:30 p.m. on June 9 in Te Ata Memorial Auditorium.

The event is free and open to the public. No ticket is required for attendance.