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The ‘E’vent 

 

The 2018 ‘E’vent at the Humphrey Heritage Village on the campus of the Cherokee Strip Regional Heritage Center was a little “breezy” but the student talent shined!

Performances from Taft Tigers 3rd Grade Choir, Waller Middle School Orchestra, McKinley Orffestra, Enid High School Jazz I & II, Hayes Drum Club, Longfellow Honor Choir, Longfellow Middle School Guitar, Enid High Select Choir, Enid High Show Choir, Hayes Honor Choir, Enid High Varsity Orchestra and EHS soloist Baylee Fitzgerald shined on our stages. Community members and parents enjoyed a full evening of entertainment. If you missed it, watch for a replay on EPS*tv!

2018 ‘E’vent Sponsors

Title Sponsor

Cherokee Strip Regional Heritage Center

Virtuoso Level

JWL – Junior Welfare League of Enid

Musician Level

BKD, LLP

Rep. Chad Caldwell

Ladusau-Evans Funeral Home

Patron Level

David & Marilyn Grissett

Dense Mechanical & Dense Comfort Solutions

Domino’s Pizza

Doug & Dianne Frantz

Enid Pet Hospital

Garfield Furniture – Downtown Enid

Janzen GMC

Jerry Blankenship, MD

John Stambaugh CPA – www.stambaughpc.com

KFC – Enid, Oklahoma

Metals USA

Tinker Federal Credit Union – www.tinkerfcu.org

www.xpresswellnessurgentcare.com

 

 

This event would not be possible without the support and assistance of Enid Public Schools! Their experts assist the Foundation with scheduling, publicity, sound, set-up and most importantly, the training of our student talent.

In kind donations provided by:  Atwoods, Auntie K’s Kitchen, Chick-fil-A, David Allen Memorial Ballpark, Enid Firefighters, EPS Concessions, EPS*TV, Planet Fitness, Jason Marrs/Sonic, InterBank and Jumbo Foods.

 

 

The ‘E’vent, a perfect evening of music, food, and family, is held in the spring. The ‘E’vent celebrates Enid Public School student talent and benefits the Foundation. Enid bands, orchestras and choral groups perform at the Cherokee Strip Regional Heritage Center.  It coincides with the Tri-State Music Festival because many school musical organizations have programs prepared for competition. A picnic style dinner is served by teachers and a host of volunteers and families enjoy dining on blankets and lawn chairs. The ‘E’vent replaced the Festival of the Stars in 2002.