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Jan 07, 2022 | 4pm - 6pm | Grove's Royal Liquor, 2116 S. Main St. Grove

Grove's Royal Liquor offering free taste tests every Friday in January 4pm-6pm! Let's try some new products!!

Jan 11, 2022 | 10:00 a.m. - 12:30 p.m. | Grove Christian Center - Corner of HWY 10 & Shundi - Grove OK
The Grand Lake Newcomers meet the 2nd Tuesday of each month at the Grove Christian Center. We meet at 10am - come a little early to visit and get a good seat. The meeting consists of a short program (different each month), followed by a business meeting. After the meeting members meet at a local restaurant for lunch, after which we go visit and learn about a local business. It's a full day of fun and friends - old and new! Guest and visitors are always welcome! Find - Like & Follow us on Facebook
Jan 11, 2022 - Feb 14, 2022 | 10 a.m. | Grove's Royal Party Solutions, 3 West 3rd Street - Grove

We are now taking Pre-Orders for Valentine's Day candy bouquets, gift baskets, balloon arrangements, customized gift items, party planning and delivery reservations.

Jan 14, 2022 | 4pm - 6pm | Grove's Royal Liquor, 2116 S. Main St. Grove

Grove's Royal Liquor offering free taste tests every Friday in January 4pm-6pm! Let's try some new products!! Grove's Royal Liquor 2116 S. Main Street (918)786-4464

Jan 17, 2022 - Apr 22, 2022 | 121 W 3rd St
Grove Springs Dance, a program of the Grove Playmakers, begins the winter/spring classes the week of January 17, 2022. A performance-based, non-competition dance studio, Grove Springs Dance follows the National Core Arts Standards in building the curricula for pre-school through high school students. The Grove Playmakers have been training youth to sing, dance & act through musicals for 26 years. The new program of dance classes will give children & youth the opportunity to expand and deepen these skills and uncover their talents through more structured class work which is useful in and of itself. It leads to physical health, versatility, confidence and poise for the dancer as well as the actor. Class curricula integrate various forms of dance so that students can see the common elements in each style and learn to create and enjoy their own movement sequences in these styles. Dancers can learn performance skills in addition to technique and grace. Also, it can be simply Fun! Information on the schedules of classes for both home-schooled children as well as public school students, fees, etc., is available by leaving a message at The Playmakers, (918) 786 8950, or by sending an email to groveplaymakers@yahoo.com. There is a class for young boys which will help them learn basics that can prevent injury as they grow or participate in sports. Co-ed classes are available for pre-school children. The Playmakers will also be offering their Youth Theatre Classes on Tuesdays, beginning January 17, at 6:00- 7:30 each week. Students must be at least 8 years of age to participate. Use the same contact information above to get more information or to enroll in the fun.
Jan 18, 2022 - Apr 19, 2022 | 6:00 pm- 7:30 pm | 121 W 3rd St
The Playmakers’ Youth Theatre Call 918 786 8950 to register or for more information Winter/Spring Youth Theatre Class begins January 18th, 2022, 6:00 – 7:30 pm and continues at this time on Tuesdays through the first week of April. Minimum age level: 8 years of age. Acting classes for children have been an integral part of The Playmakers program since their first two productions, “The Music Man” and “Fiddler on the Roof. Students’ participation led to the beginning of our theatre training for youth. Since 1995, there have been 128 Playmakers’ productions. Of these, youth were in 48 regular adult productions and there were 26 full youth productions. One was a full-length ballet “The Snow Queen” and one an original musical, “Santa & the Snollygoster, both created by Suzanne Boles. Four were co-sponsored and directed by Judy Huggins of The Academy. The rest were appropriate for or even classics adapted for youth, such as Seussical, the Musical, Charlotte’s Web, Tuck, Everlasting and A Child’s Garden of Verses. Robert Cohen’s best-selling acting text in the U.S., Acting One, will be used for the theatre classes beginning in 2022, concentrating this winter/spring semester on the Acting Voice and the Acting Body… learning voice, diction and physical movement for the stage. It is a structured curriculum that will be beneficial to students as they grow, no matter what careers they pursue as adults. The class fee is $160 and may be paid in two payments or four monthly payments. If your child registers for the theatre class and also a dance class, a discount will be applied/ per child. Both classes together will be a total cost of $ 240 per child. “Dance, in any fashion, is most helpful to the beginning actor because it teaches a physical mode of performance”, says Cohen. “[Dance] skills are often useful in themselves and they increase the actor’s physical versatility, confidence, and poise. Additionally, they aid an actor’s sense of timing and physical aesthetics.”
Jan 19, 2022 | 11:30 am | Har-Ber Village Cafe'
We usually meet for lunch on the 4th Thursday each month at a different restaurant each month, although due to scheduling challenges we will meet a week early AND on a WEDNESDAY! You read it right - We are going to Har-Ber View Cafe and the they only have their infamous ALL YOU CAN EAT CATFISH on Weds! We have been wanting to have our New Newcomer Lunch out here for quite a while, although knowing how popular Weds. here are, we have waited till the tourist crowd has dwindled down. This lunch time get together a wonderful opportunity for new members and guests to get acquainted with current members. It's always a good time, new friendships are made and we are helping a local business! Each attendee is responsible for their own lunch. There will be no daytime games following this months lunch, although Games NIGHT will take place at the Village at Grand Lake tonight at 6 pm. -You don't have to be NEW to the area to be a Grand Lake Newcomer!
Jan 21, 2022 | 4pm - 6pm | Grove's Royal Liquor, 2116 S. Main St. Grove

Grove's Royal Liquor offering free taste tests every Friday in January 4pm-6pm! Let's try some new products!! Grove's Royal Liquor 2116 S. Main Street (918)786-4464

Jan 25, 2022 | Noon | St. Andrews Episcopal Church
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Jan 28, 2022 | 4pm - 6pm | Grove's Royal Liquor, 2116 S. Main St. Grove

Grove's Royal Liquor offering free taste tests every Friday in January 4pm-6pm! Let's try some new products!! Grove's Royal Liquor 2116 S. Main Street (918)786-4464

Jan 29, 2022 | 6 pm | Grove Performing Arts Center - 300 Ford Road, Grove OK

Enjoy a getaway to Grand Lake this winter and enjoy the great sounds from Grove's inaugural Winter Concert Series sponsored by the Grove Convention & Tourism Bureau!

First performance of the series is C.J. Newsom's Classic Country & Comedy, straight from Branson's 76 Country Music Boulevard. The show stars critically-acclaimed vocalist, C.J. Newsom and Michael Jason Frost along with The Re-Cliners Band and eight-time comedian of the year, Terry Wayne Sanders.

With talent that continues to WOW and delight Branson audiences for years, the Classic Country & Comedy show proudly brings back the excitement and joy of when these popular songs were first introduced to the American public. From the sultry vocals of classic Patsy Cline songs to the high energy, foot-stomping arrangements of Dolly Parton, Johnny Cash and Garth Brooks, every well known melody comes alive, thrilling audiences of all ages.

Television’s Hee Haw star, Terry Wayne Sanders will tickle your funny-bone with his family friendly, slap-stick comedy featuring Homer Lee, Barney Fife, Joan Rivers, Gramma Beulah, and more.

Tickets are only $10 + tax for this show and can be purchased by call (918) 786-9079.




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