With spring break in the rearview mirror, the spring sports seasons resume in earnest Monday.
Four local teams resume District 4A-2 baseball play. At 4:30 p.m., Lone Grove hosts Sulphur in a District 4A-2 game. At 5 p.m. Plainview hosts Blanchard while Madill takes the field against Tuttle, also at 5 p.m.
Also at 4:30 p.m., Dickson hosts the Durant Lions. Tishomingo welcomes Marietta. Davis plays at Vanoss. The Wolves then play Moss at 6:30 p.m.
At 5 p.m., Ardmore plays at Carl Albert in a District 5A-2 game.
Meanwhile, at 6 p.m., Ringling plays at Velma-Alma and Healdton travels to Empire.
If softball is more your speed, Davis hosts Lindsay at 5 p.m. in a slow-pitch tilt.

The Grammy Award-winning and world-famous Texas Boys Choir will perform in concert at 7:30 p.m. Tuesday at the  Te Ata Memorial Auditorium on the campus of the University of Science and Arts of Oklahoma in Chickasha. While the choir’s program features sacred music from the early Renaissance and Baroque periods, also included are American favorites and a wide array of songs from international traditions designed to create a crowd-pleasing program suitable for all ages.
Steeped in the tradition of European church choirs, members of the choir begin their vocal training at a young age, attending a specialized school where they receive extensive musical training as well as a rigorous academic education. Legendary composer Igor Stravinsky called them “the best boys choir in the world.
This is the final event of the 16th Season of the Davis-Waldorf Performing Arts Series.

The History and Champions Reining Show in Hardy Murphy Coliseum opens Thursday with warm ups. NRHA and SWRHA Approved and  AQHA Alliance the event is slated for the “full facility” through Sunday. Events begin at 8 a.m. Friday. Horse's must have a competition license. Owners and riders must have current 2017 NRHA membership for all NRHAlAQHA classes. Horse competing in the AWHA must have registration papers. riders must hae a 2017 AQHA membership. Horse's AQHA
“All the Light We Cannot See” by Anthony Doerr will be discussed at the final Let’s Talk About It, Oklahoma series at 6:30 p.m.,Thursday in Champion Public Library. This New York Times bestseller features a blind French girl and German boy whose paths cross in occupied France as both try to survive World War II. The program is free and open to the public.
Serving as scholar for the evening is Dr. Becky Pollenz-Jacobs. Born in St. Louis, Mo., Pollenz-Jacobs immediately began traveling the world with her family because her father was a member of the US Air Force. She earned a B.S. in mathematics and a M.A. in history from the University of Houston. As an engineer at the Johnson Space Center, she wrote software for the Shuttle Mission Simulator and helped design the maintenance and operations systems for the Space Station Training Facility. Her Ph.D. in History is from the University of Missouri, Columbia. She currently teaches history at Murray State College.

Kites of all sorts will fill the skies in the early days of spring during the annual Chickasaw White House Kite Fly, 10 a.m. to 3 p.m. Friday and Saturday. The event is hosted in honor of former Chickasaw Gov. Douglas H. Johnston, who enjoyed flying kites with his family. Open to the public at no charge, guests may bring their own kites or fly one provided by the White House staff. The Chickasaw White House grounds are ideal for flying kites, with open fields and no telephone or electric lines to obstruct flight.
Various games and activities, including tow sack races, will be part of the event. Refreshments will be included.
Chickasaw White House is located at 6379 East Mansion Drive in Milburn.