1 Grab your lawn chair or your favorite blanket and head to Ardmore Regional Park Saturday for Movie Night in the Park. Concessions will be available for purchase as the Ardmore Parks and Recreation Department presents “Moana” on Field 4 of the South Softball Complex. Face painting will also be available. The movie begins at dusk.

2 Join the Champion Public Library for a book talk with author Janice McLeod at 5:30 p.m. Thursday. McLeod will share her personal vision of her 2017 book, Bridges, a collection of short stories.
    A retired interior designer, McLeod recently moved to Ardmore to be near family. She has lived in many areas of the United States and in Europe. McLeod will introduce the elements of a short story and share particular aspects that became a part of her literary works. Guests will have time to ask questions and books will be available for sale. Light refreshments will also be served.

3 A.C. Green visits The Goddard center with a special message for the youth of Ardmore and surrounding communities. The event begins at 7 p.m. Tuesday. Outside of basketball, Green’s heart is dedicated to working with youth through his A.C. Green Youth Foundation. Green will give an outreach talk to the youth in addition to his evening appearance. Attendance is free, but you must call for reservations. Call (580) 226-0909 for tickets.

4 The Goddard Center Fall Art Classes kick off today and will run for the next six weeks. Art classes are for ages 5 and up. This session offers youth and adult pottery handbuilding and wheel throwing, drawing and painting with charcoal, acrylics, watercolor and oil; knitting; clay jewelry; basket weaving; calligraphy; puppetry; fly tying; etc. Call (580) 226-0909 to sign up.

5 Nintendo enthusiasts, and gamers in general, will have the opportunity to show of their skills Saturday during a Super Smash Brothers Tournament at Anime City. Action begins at 6 p.m. The entry fee is $5, and prizes will be announced at the tournament.