1 A pop can tab craft class begins at 2 p.m. Thursday at the Champion Public Library. Guests are encouraged to save pop can tabs and bring them to the class to use to make bracelets.
“This is a fun and inexpensive way to recycle pop tabs,” said Stephanie Way, Youth Services Coordinator. “We look forward to seeing the various creative bracelets our guests will make.”
The class is free and open to the public. Pop tabs and ribbon will also be available for use.
To register or ask questions call (580)223-3164 or visit the library at 601 Railway Express in Ardmore.

2 The FireLake Fireflight Balloon Festival begins at 4 p.m. Friday in Shawnee. The event offers three days of balloon glows, balloon launches and rides along with family friendly entertainment. More than 20 hot air balloons fill the sky during the event.

3 The Chickasaw Nation is hosting a Child Support Awareness event in honor of Child Support Awareness Month 9 a.m. to noon, Saturday  at the Chickasaw Community Center, 700 N. Mississippi, Ada.
The event will feature a number of fun-filled activities, games and attractions. Free snacks and refreshments will be served.
The event is open to the public at no charge.
For  questions, call (580) 436-3419 or visit www.chickasaw.net/ChildSupport.

4 The Old Settlers’ Picnic begins Wednesday in Velma. Known as the longest continuously running free rodeo in America, the picnic has been in operation for more than 100 years.
The four day event provides free family entertainment that everyone can enjoy including  team roping, a steer tipping contest, a rodeo parade and much more. There will be a carnival each night with rides, games and plenty of vendors in between. There will also be live music from local artists.

5 The FLY Film Festival kicks off at noon Friday in the Enid’s downtown arts area. The festival celebrates filmmakers, actors and writers in the Oklahoma film industry as well as other creative filmmakers working across the country.
For three days, films are screened throughout downtown Enid area including dramas, comedies, short films and more. The festival ends with awards given for a variety of categories including Best Feature Length Film, Best Short Film, Best Oklahoma Feature Length, Best Oklahoma Short Film, Best Screenplay, Best Male Actor, Best Female Actor, Best Child Actor, Best Documentary, Best Score and Best Pocket Film. There will also be workshops, meet and greets and other activities throughout the weekend.
For questions call 580-234-1052.