1 One of the state’s most anticipated prep football games for tonight will be at Noble Stadium where Class 5A’s No. 3 Ardmore hosts top-ranked Lawton MacArthur.
The Tigers seek their second win in three years against the Highlanders. Ardmore defeated Mac 27-22 in 2014 to hand the Highlanders their lone loss of the season. Kickoff is set for 7:30 p.m.
In Murray County, Davis can win its school-record eighth consecutive district title if it defeats Coalgate. Both teams come into tonight’s matchup at Wolf Field with a perfect 5-0 record in District 2A-4. The Wolves have won 48 district contests in a row.
The playoff lives of four Ardmoreite area teams will be on the line tonight. The winner between Marietta and Kingston will clinch a playoff berth while the loser will see its season end. Lone Grove visits Pauls Valley. Madill looks to upend District 3A-4 champion Plainview at Blake Smiley Stadium.

2 “A Broadway Spectacular,” performed by ECU Showtime, is set for 7:30 p.m. today with a second performance at the same time Saturday. The show will include “Alexander Hamilton” from the newly-popular hit musical Hamilton, “The Nicest Kids in Town” from Hairspray, “That Jazz” from Chicago and “Gaston” from Beauty and the Beast.
The cast includes Victoria Aguilar, Ardmore, Ashley Houchin, Ardmore, Leah Whiten, Davis, Madyson Bonner, Roff and Eli Eager, Roff. The show is dedicated to Rudy Lupinski for all of his hard work and dedication to the musical theatre world. He accompanies for ECU Showtime, including this show, as well as, ECU Chorale, ECU Singers, ECU Gospel Choir, ECU Opera Workshops and for St. Joseph Catholic Church.
Tickets are $5 per person. Admission is free for all ECU students, faculty and staff with ECU ID.
The performances will be in the Dorothy I. Summers Theatre in the Science Hall Building.

3 Free “Making Multiples Linoleum Block Printmaking” classes will be offered at ARTesian Gallery and Studios Saturday. The first class is at 9:30 a.m. the second class is at 4 p.m.
Participants will explore a brief history of printmaking while becoming familiar with the process of creating art on a linoleum block.
The classes are sponsored by the Chickasaw Nation.
The ARTesian Gallery and Studios are located at 100 W. Muskogee in Sulphur.

4 The 4th Annual Oklahoma Wine Walk, will be 1 to 6 p.m. Saturday at Brookhaven Village in Norman. The event features wineries and breweries from across the state set up underneath tents in a festival-type atmosphere. Patrons can taste delicious selections, listen to live music and  shop the outdoor booths featuring products from around the state from vendors. New this year is the addition of the Bloody Mary Brunch from 10:30 a.m. to noon for an additional charge to the wine walk admission. Brunch goers will also have exclusive access to the wineries and breweries from noon to 1 p.m.  
 Regular entry advance tickets are $25 or $30 Saturday. Regular entry tickets include 15 tasting tickets and a commemorative stem-less wine glass. VIP entry tickets are $55 and are only available for pre-purchase. VIP entry tickets include 15 tasting tickets, commemorative stem-less wine glass, one ticket for a large taste of wine and entry into VIP tent area featuring reserved seating and hors d’oeuvres served all day from rotating restaurants. The Bloody Mary Brunch is an additional charge of $30. Group rates are available for groups of 10 or more. Tickets are available at www.oklahomawinewalk.com or call (405) 232-6552.

5 More than a dozen Native American tribes are slated to participate in the Chickasaw Cultural Center’s Multi-Tribal Day, Saturday in Sulphur. Described as, “A special time for Natives and non-Native Americans as tribes gather to share their culture and heritage with visitors to the 109-acre center.” Demonstrations and classes include: scratch gorgets, finger weaving, pottery, basketry, beadwork, regalia, weaponry, hide-tanning, shell-shakers, archery and cooking.
The celebratory day begins at 10 a.m. and ends at approximately 5 p.m. Music will be a central theme of the event. Chickasaws will be performing Choctaw hymns; the Cherokee Nation Youth Choir is scheduled to perform; master storytellers Stephanie Scott and Mathison Hamilton will demonstrate the oral history of the Chickasaw Nation. Stomp dancing also will be conducted and visitors are encouraged to join the dance. At 3:30 p.m. an hour-long stickball exhibition game will be played in the Traditional Village.