1 Gov. Mary Fallin will conduct a public ceremony commemorating the centennial on the Capitol’s 4th floor rotunda today.  This ceremony will highlight a time capsule, which is planned to be opened 100 years from now and preserved within the newly renovated lower level of the Capitol in the interim. Artifacts donated to the time capsule will be displayed starting at 1 p.m. and the ceremony will be held at 2 p.m.  The artifacts donated to the time capsule represent all facets of Oklahoma and its people.
Due to the construction at the Capitol, the time capsule will not be permanently installed until the renovation nears completion. A guest book will be available in the visitor’s center on the 1st floor of the Capitol for signature.

2 Called the “witty guitar guru, Mike Hosty,” is a one man band who plays drums with his feet, picks the guitar, sings and blows harmonica and or the Kazoo. Hosty is the featured musician Thursday during “Live Music on OKCMOA’s Roof Terrace.” The event, from 5 to 9 p.m. also features new lighting, light bites, a full bar, beautiful views and access to Oklahoma City Museum of Art’s galleries, including the summer exhibit “Kehinde Wiley: A New Republic.”
Free to museum members, admission for non-members is $5. OKCMOA is located at 415 Couch Drive.

3 Ardmore Young Professionals’ present “Movie Night in the Park” featuring an under the stars view of the  classic movie, “Jurassic Park” Friday in Central Park. The movie, a science fiction-adventure-drama film directed by Steven Spielberg, is based on the 1990 novel penned by Michael Crichton. The story is about a weekend island visit by scientists to a safari amusement park of genetically engineered dinosaurs. Sabotage sets the carnivorous dinosaurs on the loose, and the technicians and visitors attempt to escape the island.
But wait there’s more. The family-friendly fun atmosphere will include food trucks, popcorn, popsicles, Eileen’s Cookies. The movie is free and open to the public, but don’t forget cash for the selection of food goodies that will be for sale.

4 The Oklahoma Shakespearean Festival presents the Children’s Theatre Workshop’s “Disney’s The Lion King” at 7 p.m. Friday, with performances continuing through the weekend. “The Lion King” follows the story of Simba, a lion prince of the Pridelands. After the untimely and tragic death of his father, he runs from his home and finds himself making two goofy, but helpful, friends named Timon and Pumbaa. Simba must return to Pride Rock and defend it from his evil Uncle Scar before it is too late.
All performances are in the Montgomery Auditorium on the campus of Southeastern Oklahoma State University in Durant. General admission is $8. For tickets, visit oklahomashakes.com or call the Visual and Performing Arts Center Box Office at (580) 745-2696.

5 The second annual Celebration of Freedom at Oklahoma Jazz Hall of Fame will honor WWII veterans Friday. The evening’s musical entertainment will feature live Andrews Sisters routines in era costume performed by the Tom Nix Ensemble, and 93-year-old WWII tap dancer Nick Strom.  Several WWII veterans will be in attendance. There will be a silent auction with multiple types of memorabilia, several raffles including rifles, shotguns, and a live auction. There will be a cocktail reception at 6:30 p.m., with a BBQ buffet dinner from PurdyQs in Stillwater at 7:30 pm.
Couples and individual tickets are still available. Couples tickets are $200, individuals are $125. Tickets can be purchased by contacting Honoring America’s Warriors at (405) 948-HERO (4376).   
The Oklahoma Jazz Hall of Fame is located at 5 S. Boston Ave.