1 Ardmore Football Day Camp begins at 10:30 a.m. Sunday at the Regional Park soccer field, 2704 N. Rockford Rd. The camp is free to all Ardmore and Plainview Middle School and High School students. The camp is sponsored by Plainview High School graduate and former Oklahoma State and NFL standout,  Justin Blackmon and will include special guest to possibly including current and former University of Oklahoma football players. Registrations is required by Friday. To register call (580)277-5591.

2 The Jim and Ida Williams Summer Youth Theater and Carousel Production presents “Sister Act” at 7 p.m. Wednesday through Saturday and 2:30 p.m. Sunday at the Brass Ring Center for the Performing Arts, 120 Caddo St. with music by Alan Mencken, lyrics by Glenn Slater, based on a book by Cheri and Bill Steinkellner. Tickets are $10. For reservations call 226-9278.

3 Ardmore’s 130th Birthday Celebration at the Shops at Ardmore. Trolls will be there from 11 a.m. to 3  p.m., providing live entertainment to all kids, singing, skits, dancing, face painting and bounce houses throughout the mall, all provided by Confetti Bounce. Cake and punch will be served at 1 p.m. Join the fun activities. Children are welcome to come dressed as their favorite troll.

4 Go on a walking tour of downtown Norman. Hear the spooky tales of history like the barber still working the shop despite his grisly death, Al Capone’s lieutenant who is buried near his hideout just east of town, and the monsters of Lake Thunderbird. Meet at 9 p.m. Friday  near the Pioneer Teacher statue just north of the old Santa Fe Depot, 200 S Jones Ave, Norman, following second Friday Art Walk. The walk will last a little more than an hour. Tickets are $10, paid upon arrival. Cash or card is accepted. Each guest receives a commemorative glow-in-the-dark wristband as a ticket. Go to http://jeffprovine.com/ for questions.

5 Acclaimed Native American actors Wes Studi and Martin Sensmeier along with award-winning director Chris Eyre are among featured participants at the third annual Holba’ Pisachi’ Native Film Festival. The festival is 10 a.m. to 9 p.m. Saturday, in the Anoli’ Theater at the Chickasaw Cultural Center, 867 Charles Cooper Memorial Rd., Sulphur. Coinciding with the Holba’ Pisachi’ Native Film Festival is Native Creativity Day. Taking place in the Anoli’ Theater lobby, the  event will include booths showcasing live music, beadwork, bow making, pottery, pastel drawing, food demos and weaving.
Native Creativity Day highlights the importance of Native culture and how significant creativity is to ensuring Native American heritage lives on. The booths will be inside the lobby from 10 a.m. to 5 p.m.