From cameras to canines, Oklahoma has a club for every hobby and interest. Join friends and fill your calendar with one exciting event after another.
Both expert and novice photographers will love being a part of the Oklahoma Camera Club
. The group meets twice a month in Oklahoma City and features competitions and workshops all year. Individual, family and student memberships are available. This past March, members enjoyed a friendly “nature & photojournalism”competition
and an educational programby Charles Taylor: Photography, Yellowstone and "grandurchins." Visit the Oklahoma Camera Club online at www.oklahomacameraclub.com and browse upcoming shows and workshops.
Whether you’re a lifelong dog owner or you just have a love for four-legged friends, meet up with the folks of the Sooner State Kennel Club (SSKC).This Enid group promotes the sport of dog showing and the responsible ownership of all dogs. Join monthly meetings at the Garfield County Fairgrounds’ Hoover Building. The SSKC hosts an annual Club Christmas Party, as well as regular obedience classes. If you’re interested in competition, start getting ready for the group’s multi-day agility, conformation and rally/obedience trials this October. Formed in 1943, the SSKC is a tight-knit group that will make you feel right at home. Learn more at http://members.fullnet.net/dlboyer/SSKC/History.html.
If you love movies, books or both, check out It’s Movie Time. This film and book group gets together regularly for screenings, discussions and food. Come to a meeting to see what the next feature will be. February’s book was The Devil’s Punchbowl by Greg Iles; in March, members saw John Carter at the new Warren Theatre IMAX in Moore. Get to know this fun-loving club at www.meetup.com/Movie-Time-along-with-Separate-Book-and-Lunch-Time.
Whether you’re looking for a new solo pastime or something your whole family will enjoy, there’s a group in Oklahoma with your name on it. Take some time this season to explore new places and meet new friends.