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[Other] These are the top 73 parks in the United States, ranked based on the quality of their coaster collections, as voted by, well... you! This is as close to objective as a ranking will ever get for this. Don't worry, I have some nerdy data to help explain myself.

This post needs a little clarification. Anyway, many of you are aware of the brilliant Vote Coasters project over at Coaster Bot. If not, take a look: https://coasterbot.com/votecoasters-fullresults2020
2699 enthusiasts from across the wrold people ranked every roller coaster they've ever ridden, at an average of 43 coaster credits per voter (116256 total credits). Many of you personally participated in this survey. Their algorithm is extremely clever (https://coasterbot.com/votecoasters-how) - "The community is only permitted to rank roller coasters they’ve actually ridden. This way each roller coasters position in the final results will be as truthful and accurate as possible. By making it easy for lots of people to contribute their lists, Vote Coasters is able to accumulate a large sample which represents everyone! Once the community has voted, the numbers are crunched. Our method involves directly comparing the rank of two individual roller coasters across all of the submitted lists. As Vote Coasters makes direct comparisons between individual roller coasters, the poll is not a popularity contest. Even obscure roller coasters that few people have had the chance to ride yet can do well!"
I have taken this data and created a point system for coasters that's directly linked to their ranking on Vote Coasters 2020. The #1 ranking, Steel Vengeance, is worth 500 points. [Zadra's second and would be worth 499 points, but it's not in the US] #3, Lightning Rod, gets 498 points. El Toro gets 497 points and so on, all the way down to La Vibora in 499th place, earning only 2 points for its park. Any coaster under the top 500 (such as Corkscrew at Cedar Point) is worth zero points. This weeds out kiddie coasters and terrible coasters from factoring into a park's collection quality. Basically, crappy coasters add zero points to a park's total points, while excellent coasters are worth way more points than mid-tier ones. For coasters with two tracks, such as Gemini or Lightning Racer, I only counted points for the best of the two tracks. My spreadsheet showing the point values for all 256 American coasters in the top 500 is here: https://docs.google.com/spreadsheets/d/10aaS1f8CptsXEvUSqE2-VUtal-Od9gim-x8rT7xkT8M/edit?usp=sharing
I have added all of the points for the coasters in all of the 73 American amusement parks that house at least one global top 500 roller coaster. I ranked the earned point totals for all 73 parks. (That's how I got to a "Top 73!") For those like me who care exclusively about coasters and collecting quality credits and nothing else, I think this is an EXCELLENT way to prioritize future amusement park trips based on the quality of each park's overall coaster collection. Without further ado, here's what you want to see:

1 (4149 points): Cedar Point - Sandusky, OH

17 coasters

1 - Steel Vengeance (2018, RMC IBox)
8 - Maverick (2007, Intamin Blitz)
28 - Millennium Force (2000, Intamin Giga)
33 - Top Thrill Dragster (2003, Intamin Accelerator)
105 - Raptor (1994, B&M Invert)
113 - Magnum XL-200 (1989, Arrow Hyper)
140 - Gatekeeper (2013, B&M Wing)
173 - Valravn (2016, B&M Dive)
260 - Rougarou (1996, B&M Floorless)
324 - Gemini (1978, Arrow Dueling SCS)
325 - Wicked Twister (2002, Intamin Impulse)
363 - Blue Streak (1964, PTC Woodie)
491 - Iron Dragon (1987, Arrow Suspended)
Unranked: Cedar Creek Mine Ride, Corkscrew, Wilderness Run, Woodstock Express
Average coaster ranking: 260.67/500

2 (3704 points): Six Flags Magic Mountain - Valencia, CA

19 coasters

17 - Twisted Colossus (RMC IBox Quasi Mobius)
26 - X2 (2002, Arrow 4th Dimension)
64 - Tatsu (2006, B&M Flyer)
131 - Full Throttle (2013, Premier Rides Sky Rocket III)
203 - Batman The Ride (1994, B&M Invert)
214 - Apocalypse the Ride (2009, GCI Woodie)
216 - Riddler's Revenge (1998, B&M Stand-Up)
219 - Goliath (2000, Giovanola Mega)
289 - West Coast Racers (2020, Premier Rides Quasi Mobius)
312 - Scream! (2003, B&M Floorless)
342 - Superman: Escape from Krypton (1997, Intamin Freefall)
409 - New Revolution (1976, Schwarzkopf Steel)
413 - Ninja (1988, Arrow Suspended)
455 - Viper (1990, Arrow Looper)
Unranked: Canyon Blaster, Gold Rusher, Magic Flyer, Road Runner Express, Speedy Gonzales Hot Rod Racers
Average coaster ranking: 305.79/500

3 (2735 points): Kings Island - Mason, OH

14 coasters

43 - Mystic Timbers (2017, GCI Woodie)
52 - Diamondback (2009, B&M Hyper)
65 - Orion (2020, B&M Giga)
106 - Banshee (2014, B&M Invert)
116 - Beast (1979, KECO Woodie)
275 - Flight of Fear (1996, Premier Rides LIM Dark Ride)
294 - Bat (1993, Arrow Suspended)
383 - Backlot Stunt Coaster (2005, Premier Rides Steel)
440 - Racer (1972, PTC Dueling Woodie)
Unranked: Adventure Express, Flying Ace Aerial Chase, Great Pumpkin Coaster, Invertigo, Woodstock Express
Average coaster ranking: 305.29/500

4 (2722 points): Six Flags Great America - Gurnee, IL

15 coasters

56 - Goliath (2014, RMC Topper Woodie)
107 - Maxx Force (2019, S&S Launch)
123 - Raging Bull (1999, B&M Hyper)
179 - Batman The Ride (1992, B&M Invert)
229 - X-Flight (2012, B&M Wing)
243 - Viper (1995, SFGA Cyclone)
268 - Superman - Ultimate Flight (2003, B&M Flyer)
330 - American Eagle (1981, Intamin Dueling Woodie)
375 - Vertical Velocity (2001, Intamin Impulse)
378 - Whizzer (1976, Schwarzkopf Speed Racer)
Unranked: Dark Knight, Demon, Joker, Little Dipper, Sprocket Rockets
Average coaster ranking: 327.07/500

5 (2540 points): Hersheypark - Hershey, PA

14 coasters

14 - Skyrush (2012, Intamin Wing)
60 - Storm Runner (2004, Intamin Accelerator)
85 - Candymonium (2020, B&M Hyper)
134 - Fahrenheit (2008, Intamin Multi-Inversion)
152 - Great Bear (1998, B&M Invert)
200 - Lightning Racer (2000, GCI Dueling Woodie)
402 - Sooperdooperlooper (1977, Schwarzkopf Looping Speedracer)
421 - Comet (1946, PTC Woodie)
Unranked: Cocoa Cruiser, Laff Trakk, Sidewinder, Trailblazer, Wild Mouse, Wildcat
Average coaster ranking: 311.53/500

6 (2386 points): Six Flags Great Adventure - Jackson, NJ

12 coasters

4 - El Toro (2006, Intamin Prefab Woodie)
68 - Nitro (2001, B&M Hyper)
108 - Kingda Ka (2005, Intamin Accelerator)
146 - Bizarro (1999, B&M Floorless)
193 - Batman The Ride (1993, B&M Invert)
259 - Superman - Ultimate Flight (B&M Flyer)
417 - Green Lantern (2011, B&M Stand-Up)
427 - Joker (2016, S&S Free Spin)
Unranked: Dark Knight, Harley Quinn Crazy Train, Runaway Mine Train, Skull Mountain
Average coaster ranking: 301.83/500

7 (2070 points): Six Flags Over Georgia - Austell, GA

10 coasters

59 - Goliath (2006, B&M Hyper)
69 - Twisted Cyclone (2018, RMC IBox)
197 - Batman The Ride (1997, B&M Invert)
199 - Mind Bender (1978, Schwarzkopf Steel)
256 - Superman - Ultimate Flight (2002, B&M Flyer)
313 - Georgia Scorcher (1999, B&M Stand-Up)
360 - Dare Devil Dive (2011, Gerstlauer Euro-Fighter)
485 - Great American Scream Machine (1973, PTC Woodie)
Unranked: Blue Hawk, Dahlonega Mine Train, Joker Funhouse Coaster
Average coaster ranking: 312.55/500

8 (2031 points): Busch Gardens Williamsburg - Williamsburg, VA

8 coasters

76 - Alpengeist (1997, B&M Invert)
80 - Apollo's Chariot (1999, B&M Hyper)
112 - Griffon (2007, B&M Dive)
183 - Verbolten (2012, Zierer Launch)
288 - Loch Ness Monster (1978, Arrow Looper)
352 - InvadR (2017, GCI Woodie)
385 - Tempesto (2015, Premier Rides Sky Rocket)
Unranked: Grover's Alpine Express
Average coaster ranking: 210.86/500

9 (2013 points): Busch Gardens Tampa - Tampa, FL

9 coasters

44 - Montu (1996, B&M Invert)
90 - Kumba (1993, B&M Sitting)
109 - Cheetah Hunt (2011, Intamin Blitz)
114 - SheiKra (2005, B&M Dive)
317 - Tigris (2019, Premier Rides Sky Rocket)
405 - Cobra's Curse (2016, Mack X-Treme Spinning)
415 - Scorpion (1980, Schwarzkopf Silverarrow)
Unranked: Air Grover, Sand Serpent
Average coaster ranking: 277.11/500

10 (1855 points): Dollywood - Pigeon Forge, TN

9 coasters

3 - Lightning Rod (RMC Launched Topper)
119 - Thunderhead (2004, GCI Woodie)
185 - Tennessee Tornado (1999, Arrow Looper)
232 - Wild Eagle (2012, B&M Wing)
279 - Mystery Mine (2007, Gerstlauer Euro-Fighter)
362 - Firechaser Express (2014, Gerstlauer Family Coaster)
472 - Dragonflier (2019, Vekoma SFC)
Unranked: Blazing Fury, Whistle Punk Coaster
Average coaster ranking: 294.67/500

11 (1819 points): Carowinds - Charlotte, NC

14 coasters

5 - Fury 325 (2015, B&M Giga)
84 - Afterburn (1999, B&M Invert)
93 - Copperhead Strike (2019, Mack Launch)
110 - Intimidator (2010, B&M Hyper)
394 - Nighthawk (2004, Vekoma Flying Dutchman)
Unranked: Carolina Cyclone, Carolina Goldrusher, Flying Cobras, Hurler, Kiddy Hawk, Ricochet, Vortex, Wilderness Run, Woodstock Express
Average coaster ranking: 370.43/500

12 (1795 points): Six Flags Fiesta Texas - San Antonio, TX

10 coasters

37 - Iron Rattler (2013, RMC IBox)
47 - Wonder Woman Golden Lasso Coaster (2018, RMC Raptor)
137 - Superman Krypton Coaster (2000, B&M Floorless)
250 - Goliath (2008, B&M Invert)
314 - Poltergeist (1999, Premier Rides Launch)
426 - Batman The Ride (2015, S&S Free-Spin)
Unranked: Boomerang, Pandemonium, Road Runner Express, Streamliner Coaster
Average coaster ranking: 321.10/500

13 (1739 points): Knott's Berry Farm - Buena Park, CA

10 coasters

45 - GhostRider (1998, CCI Woodie)
66 - Xcelerator (2002, Intamin Accelerator)
167 - HangTime (2018, Gerstlauer Infinity)
191 - Silver Bullet (2004, B&M Invert)
340 - Montezooma's Revenge (1998, Schwarzkopf Shuttle Loop)
458 - Sierra Sidewinder (2007, Mack Spinning)
Unranked: Coast Rider, Jaguar!, Pony Express, Timberline Twister
Average coaster ranking: 326.70/500

14 (1715 points): Kings Dominion (Doswell, VA)

12 coasters

20 - Twisted Timbers (2018, RMC IBox)
21 - Intimidator 305 (2010, Intamin Giga)
153 - Dominator (2008, B&M Floorless)
300 - Flight of Fear (1996, Premier Rides Launch)
416 - Racer 75 (1975, PTC Dueling Woodie)
422 - Backlot Stunt Coaster (2006, Premier Rides Steel)
460 - Grizzly (1982, PTC Woodie)
Unranked: Anaconda, Apple Zapple, Avalanche, Great Pumpkin Coaster, Woodstock Express
Average coaster ranking: 359.54/500

15 (1710 points): Six Flags Over Texas (Arlington, TX)

13 coasters

70 - New Texas Giant (2011, RMC IBox)
129 - Mr. Freeze Reverse Blast (1998, Premier Rides Shuttle Loop)
189 - Shock Wave (1978, Schwarzkopf Looper)
207 - Titan (2001, Giovanola Mega)
251 - Batman The Ride (1999, B&M Invert)
452 - Joker (2017, S&S Free-Spin)
499 - La Vibora (1986, Intamin Swiss Bob)
Unranked: Judge Roy Scream, Mini Mine Train, Pandemonium, Runaway Mine Train, Runaway Mountain, Wile E. Coyote's Grand Canyon Blaster
Average coaster ranking: 369.00/500

16 (1666 points): Silver Dollar City - Branson, MO

7 coasters

18 - Outlaw Run (2013, RMC Topper Woodie)
49 - Time Traveler (2018, Mack Xtreme Spinning)
162 - Wildfire (2001, B&M Sitting)
177 - Powder Keg: A Blast in the Wilderness (1999, Premiere Rides/S&S Hybrid)
433 - Thunderation (1993, Arrow Mine Train)
Unranked: Fire in the Hole, Grand Exposition Coaster
Average coaster ranking: 262.71/500

17 (1646 points): Kennywood - West Mifflin, PA

8 coasters

32 - Phantom's Revenge (1991, Arrow/Morgan Hyper)
117 - Steel Curtain (2019, S&S Steel)
261 - Thunderbolt (1924, Andy Vettel/NADC Woodie)
270 - Jack Rabbit (1920, John A. Miller Woodie)
290 - Sky Rocket (2010, Premier Rides Sky Rocket)
390 - Racer (1927, John. A Miller Mobius Woodie)
Unranked: Exterminator, Lil' Phantom
Average coaster ranking: 295.00/500

18 (1605 points): Holiday World - Santa Claus, IN

5 coasters

6 - The Voyage (2006, Gravity Group Woodie)
82 - Thunderbird (2015, B&M Launched Wing)
141 - Legend (2000, CCI Woodie)
170 - Raven (1995, CCI Woodie)
Unranked: Howler
Average coaster ranking: 179.80/500

19 (1367 points): Six Flags St. Louis - Eureka, MO

9 coasters

132 - Mr. Freeze Reverse Blast (1998, Premier Rides Shuttle Loop)
156 - American Thunder (2008, GCI Woodie)
211 - Batman The Ride (1995, B&M Invert)
283 - Boss (2000, CCI Woodie)
356 - Screamin' Eagle (1976, PTC Woodie)
Unranked: Boomerang, Ninja, Pandemonium, River King Mine Train
Average coaster ranking: 348.67/500

20 (1358 points): SeaWorld Orlando - Orlando, FL

5 coasters

35 - Mako (2016, B&M Hyper)
102 - Manta (2009, B&M Flyer)
128 - Kraken (2000, B&M Floorless)
381 - Journey to Atlantis (1998, Mack Water Coaster)
Unranked: Super Grover's Box Car Derby
Average coaster ranking: 229.20/500

21 (1205 points): California's Great America - Santa Clara, CA

9 coasters

39 - RailBlazer (2018, RMC Raptor)
72 - Gold Striker (2013, GCI Woodie)
187 - Flight Deck (1993, B&M Invert)
Unranked: Demon, Grizzly, Lucy's Crabbie Cabbies, Patriot, Psycho Mouse, Woodstock Express
Average coaster ranking: 366.44/500

22 (1190 points): Kentucky Kingdom - Louisville, KY

6 coasters

19 - Storm Chaser (2016, RMC IBox)
58 - Lightning Run (2014, Chance Rides Hyper GT-X)
355 - Kentucky Flyer (2019, Gravity Group Woodie)
382 - Thunder Run (1990, Dinn Corporation Woodie)
Unranked: Roller Skater, T3
Average coaster ranking: 302.33/500

23 (1166 points): Six Flags New England - Agawam, MA

12 coasters

22 - Wicked Cyclone (2015, RMC IBox)
29 - Superman the Ride (2000, Intamin Hyper)
286 - Batman - The Dark Knight (2002, B&M Floorless)
Unranked: Catwoman's Whip, Flashback, Goliath, Gotham City Gauntlet Escape from Arkham Asylum, Great Chase, Joker, Pandemonium, Riddler Revenge, Thunderbolt
Average coaster ranking: 403.08/500

24 (1157 points): Six Flags Discovery Kingdom - Vallejo, CA

10 coasters

98 - Joker (2016, RMC IBox)
163 - Medusa (2000, B&M Floorless)
304 - Flash: Vertical Velocity (2001, Intamin Impulse)
307 - Superman Ultimate Flight (2012, Premier Rides Sky Rocket)
476 - Batman The Ride (2019, S&S Free-Spin)
Unranked: Boomerang Coast to Coaster, Cobra, Harley Quinn Crazy Coaster, Kong, Roadrunner Express
Average coaster ranking: 384.80/500

25 (1060 points): Dorney Park & Wildwater Kingdom - Allentown, PA

7 coasters

151 - Talon (2001, B&M Invert)
181 - Steel Force (1997, Morgan Hyper)
215 - Hydra the Revenge (2005, B&M Floorless)
397 - Possessed (2008, Intamin Impulse)
Unranked: Thunderhawk, Wild Mouse, Woodstock Express
Average coaster ranking: 349.14/500

26 (957 points): Worlds of Fun (7 coasters, 3 ranked)

27 (902 points): Knoebels (6 coasters, 4 ranked)

28 (855 points): SeaWorld San Antonio (6 coasters, 3 ranked)

29 (827 points): Universal Studios Florida (4 coasters, 3 ranked)

30 (816 points): Islands of Adventure (4 coasters, 2 ranked)

31 (816 points): Six Flags America (9 coasters, 4 ranked)

32 (704 points): Valleyfair! (8 coasters, 3 ranked)

33 (703 points): Mt. Olympus (5 coasters, 3 ranked)

34 (685 points): Silverwood (6 coasters, 3 ranked)

35 (682 points): Lagoon (10 coasters, 3 ranked)

36 (652 points): Disneyland (4 coasters, 3 ranked)

37 (584 points): Lake Compounce (5 coasters, 2 ranked)

38 (564 points): Indiana Beach (5 coasters, 4 ranked)

39 (481 points): Nickelodeon Universe New Jersey (5 coasters, 3 ranked)

40 (455 points): Six Flags Darien Lake (8 coasters, 2 ranked)

41 (430 points): Waldameer (5 coasters, 1 ranked)

42 (398 points): Michigan's Adventure (6 coasters, 1 ranked)

43 (390 points): Kemah Boardwalk (1 coaster, 1 ranked)

44 (389 points): Adventureland Iowa (5 coasters, 2 ranked)

45 (365 points): Alabama Adventure (2 coasters, 1 ranked)

46 (361 points): Magic Kingdom (4 coasters, 3 ranked)

47 (347 points): Disney's Hollywood Studios (2 coasters, 2 ranked)

48 (340 points): Fun Spot America Kissimmee (4 coasters, 1 ranked)

49 (323 points): Disney's Animal Kingdom (1 coaster, 1 ranked)

50 (288 points): Luna Park (6 coasters, 1 ranked)

51 (275 points): Santa Cruz Beach Boardwalk (3 coasters, 1 ranked)

52 (273 points): Disney California Adventure Park (2 coasters, 1 ranked)

53 (268 points): Fun Spot America Orlando (3 coasters, 1 ranked)

54 (259 points): ZDT's Amusement Park (1 coaster, 1 ranked)

55 (258 points): SeaWorld San Diego (4 coasters, 2 ranked)

56 (239 points): Playland's Castaway Cove (4 coasters, 1 ranked)

57 (224 points): Beech Bend (3 coasters, 1 ranked)

58 (216 points): Universal Studios Hollywood (2 coasters, 1 ranked)

59 (206 points): Quassy Amusement Park (2 coasters, 1 ranked)

60 (195 points): Sesame Place (2 coasters, 1 ranked)

61 (175 points): Great Escape (6 coasters, 1 ranked)

62 (158 points): Buffalo Bill's Resort & Casino (1 coaster, 1 ranked)

63 (156 points): Galveston Island Historic Pleasure Pier (1 coaster, 1 ranked)

64 (151 points): Bay Beach Amusement Park (1 coaster, 1 ranked)

65 (137 points): Adventuredome (2 coasters, 1 ranked)

66 (127 points): Morey's Piers (7 coasters, 1 ranked)

67 (98 points): Casino Pier (3 coasters, 1 ranked)

68 (97 points): Nickelodeon Universe Minnesota (5 coasters, 1 ranked)

69 (93 points): Frontier City (5 coasters, 1 ranked)

70 (37 points): Adventureland New York (2 coasters, 1 ranked)

71 (17 points): Lakemont Park (3 coasters, 1 ranked)

72 (12 points): Conneaut Lake Park (2 coasters, 1 ranked)

73 (8 points): Belmont Park (1 coaster, 1 ranked)

If any coaster YouTube channel wants to use this data to fuel an idea for a new video (sup Airtime Thrills or Coaster Studios or, you know, COASTER BOT!), please feel free! 100% of the credit goes to Coaster Bot for helping me compile this ranking.
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Analysis: Does Robin charge you too much for house upgrades and how I concluded she is a diety.

Analysis: Does Robin charge you too much for house upgrades and how I concluded she is a diety.
Ever since a Let’s Play got me into Stardew Valley, I’ve fallen in love with the world. It’s something special, a place to relax and get away from the world’s problems. Here, you can pay bills with the sweat of your own brow, make friends, fall in love, and can escape the drudgery of modern life. It’s magical in its own way.
I’ve played hundreds of hours over multiple save files. I’ve been wondering one thing just recently, however. I remember when I first asked Robin for house upgrades and the sheer bowel-emptying amount she asked for. Seriously? That much for a kitchen? Now that I haven’t left my house for the past several weeks, fear human contact, and have deep dived into the paranormal, I’m overthinking something constantly: with regards to modern housework, does Robin the carpenter over or under charge you for her work?
To figure this out, it’s going to require a fair bit of math and a lot of guesswork. I’m going to have to establish a lot of ground rules but I’m going to try and be as accurate to real world costs as I can. We need to learn four things:
  • What year does the game take place so we can calculate accurate inflation?
  • What is the square footage of the house and its upgrades?
  • What is the exchange value of gold, the game’s currency?
  • What is the cost of Robin’s labor?
Let’s tackle the first. To do this, I scoured around to look for modern conveniences. Primarily, I found these five:
  • Leah mentions she has a laptop
  • The carpentry shop sells Plasma screen TVs.
  • There is what appears to be an old Apple computer monitor in Harvey’s clinic and Maru’s room.
  • Sam has an electric guitar and what looks like a plasma screen computer monitor in his room.
  • In Mr. Qi’s casino, the slot machines do not have a lever. This is important because that gives us a firm earliest date of 1963.
Another interesting factoid is the number of Cathode-ray TVs you see in Stardew Valley. These are the precursors to plasma screens, which were in turn succeeded by LCD screen TVs. Additionally, a large number of your starter houses comes preequipped with Cathode-ray TVs. Granted, this may be because the farmhouse was abandoned for many years before you came along, but there exists another such TV in 1 River Road where we often see George watching his shows. I will concede that George and Evelyn are quite old and may not have the tech savvy nature of Sebastian to get something more modern, so that can’t be an accurate measurement. Plus, Alex’s mental acumen is a little... questionable.
As for crafting recipes, there really isn’t anything worth talking about. Magic items I won’t talk about because it has no real world comparison; that also throws out the wizard shop’s items. The furniture catalog has nothing of note to pinepoint a date, and nor does Pierre’s General Store, Joja Mart, Joja Warehouse, the Blacksmith, Stardrop Saloon, or Marnie’s ranch. Leah doesn’t mention anything about her laptop, so that is of little help.
So the casino gives us a low bound. Although manufacturing of the plasma screen TV stopped in the US in 2014, plasma screen TVs were losing their market shares around 2007 and factories were shutting down. As you can buy them like hotcakes and fill a shed with them, 2007 is our upper bound.
The price for plasma screens was quite pricey for residential homes. 1995 was the year 42 inch plasma screens became commercial, and some had home installation priced somewhere around US$15,000. Still not quite the size of the queen or king sized bed you and your spouse have (the size of the plasma screen in the game), but sixty inch plasma screen TVs were sold around the year 2000, and that is plenty big. Given the size of the screen in the game is roughly three tiles just like your bed, I think it’s safe to say this is around the size of our estimate. Our rough year range is now 1995 to 2007. Let’s split the difference and say the game takes place in 2001.
We have our year.
To calculate the size of our farmhouse, we need some baseline measurement. Luckily, the game is pixelated so we can be quite accurate in our measurements. Unluckily, we have no confirmed height of anything, so we have to intuit some things. Reddit user asparagus made this excellent size chart, so while I can just use that and save myself a lot of work, let us do some measurements of our own and then measure the farmhouse with both this method and asparagus’ method.
First, there is the height of plants, but those can vary widely. For instance, you can pot prickly pear cactuses in your farmhouse, but their height can vary anywhere between one and seven feet. Plant height is a no go. The average height of a minifridge is forty three inches (109 cm) tall, so unless you are a dwarf, that’s not right either. The fences are also a good starting point, as most agricultural fencing stands at four feet (1.2 m).
Here we don’t have to do much; all fences are forty eight pixels in height. Four feet equals out to forty eight inches (121.92 cm). It doesn’t get more perfect than that!
Trigger warning: incoming math.
Now comes the really tricky part: getting the dimensions of each iteration of your farmhouse, and squinting at my computer screen like a mole in order to count pixels; we must include walls as well as that is included in square footage. Our first iteration has pixel measurements of 704x496. Add in the doorway (136x64pixels), and then we’ll still convert for square feet. 704 * 496 + (136 * 64) = 318,452 pixels/sq, which (dividing by 12^2) converts to 2,211.47 ft/sq. Damn, we’re well on our way for most modern mansions.
I have to have messed something up (205.45 m/sq, btw). The average firebox (the inside of a fireplace where you burn wood) tends to be around 32x20 inches (81.28x50.8 cm). Ours is... 72x40. Twice as large. I also haven’t even begun to calculate the farmhouse’s height because Robin is beginning to scare me.
Alright, new plan, we’re going with asparagus. I married Haley and took her measurements. She is 104 pixels tall, and since she is 65 inches (165.1 cm) according to asparagus, that gives us a measurement of .625 inches/pixel (1.5875 cm/pixel).
Side note, I really want some Twizlers right now.
So instead of having pixels as at a 1:1 ratio, we have something a little more lenient, but things are looking a little... grim. We’ll have to convert each individual amount, so we have (704 * .625) * (496 * .625) + ((136 * 64) * .625^2) for 124,395.31 inches/sq, 863.86 ft/sq., 80.25 m/sq. But still, we haven’t even begun to calculate the actual volume of our farmhouse yet, so these numbers are going to explode.
I’m beginning to think Robin is Hestia. Yoba is not the only deity in this town.
Alright, calculating the rest of the floor spaces is a little boring so let’s speedrun this.
Wall height for the farmhouse is 140 pixels, so (140 * .625) * 124,395.31 inches/sq / 12^3 = 6,298.95 ft^3 (178.36 m^3) for the farmhouse, and 25,800.51 ft^3 (730.58 m^3) using my method.
Just... let’s move on.
Second iteration has me doing a fair bit more work.
Wall height is 135 pixels, and rightmost—wait, the walls are shorter? Weird. Anyway, the rightmost room has dimensions of 486 for width by 375 for depth (and the same cubby dimensions), giving us cuboid dimensions of 24,603,750 pixels^3, which converts to 14,238.28 ft^3 (403.18 m^3), and 3,476.14 ft^3 (82.83 m^3) using asparagus' method
Middle corridor has a dimensional width of 42 pixels by 87 depth, giving us a total of 285.47 ft^3 (8.08 m^3), and 69.69 ft^3 (1.97 m^3) using asparagus' method.
Leftmost room (the kitchen) has a width of 870 and depth of 375, with a doorway of 136x64. That gives us a cuboid area of 314,019.38 ft^3 (29,173.11 m^3), and 6,388.74 ft^3 (180.91 m^3) using asparagus' method.
That gives us a grand total for a tier two home of...
... 328,543.13 ft^3 (29,584.37 m^3) using my method and
... 9,934.58 ft^3 (281.31 m^3) using asparagus' method.
So Robin added at a minimum 3,635.63 cubic feet to your house in three days by herself. Even if you extend the days and months to roughly align with our own calendar, that would be a mere nine days. How much powdered starfruit did she snort in order to do that by herself? I 100% believe Emily is the town’s dealer. I didn’t even calculate the length of the farmhouse loft. It’s doable, and even though you can’t enter it in the game, a bigger farmhouse means a bigger loft judging by the look of it.
Anyway, I’m not going to calculate the loft area right now. I’m not going to calculate the other tiers of your farmhouse either, even though that was my intent when I started this analysis. The math is easy enough, but it gets boring to type, and no doubt to read. Plus, I’m a little stunned by Robin's carpentry acumen. C’mon Robin, stop upgrading my house. Exercise with the girls, dance with your husband, smoke some weed, I dunno, RELAX.
But in a strange way, it makes a weird sort of sense. Pretty much no one plays the game with auto-run turned off, but do so for a moment. See how fast you move. That is your normal pace, and auto-run is you, an Olympian god, sprinting around town every second of every day, helping the shit out of everyone whether they want it or not, snorting the same starfruit mixture you got from Robin to keep going, who may have gotten it from Linus (my money is still on Emily). We’ve become so accustomed to seeing the run animation as our default I almost didn’t realize it doesn’t translate to modern life. The boards in your house, I almost took those as your normal 2x4 planks of wood (which actually measure 1.5x3.5, the world lies to me). They are not. They are almost the width of your entire body, and your walking pace (sorry I can’t get an exact pixel measurement) covers roughly one and a half boards, a similar length to a normal human gait. The art style fooled even me until now, but your house is massive.
Let’s just answer our other two questions. What is the exchange rate? Calculating the exchange rate of a fictional world is always tricky as they have different concepts of rarities, but I’ll give it the ol’ college try. Once again, I can’t do anything with magic. Let’s first list some things of note:
  • Iridium is fairly easy to get around Stardew Valley once you are able, and that is a rare and valuable metal, with a current price of US$1,510 per troy ounce.
  • You can purchase a golden column to place on your farm, and gold has a current price of US$1,643 per troy ounce
  • Conversely, while the first two are rare and valuable metals, crops such as corn are valued at prices like 150g, a very unusually high amount if exchanged 1:1 to USA dollars.
  • Going back to plasma screen TVs, we can use its price history and then convert currencies to Stardew Valley gold.
Now you may be tempted to say we can’t translate iridium and gold’s prices to real world market values, and normally you may be right, but there are some extenuating circumstances in the game: the town is right next to two very large mines. It is even a plot point once you clear the glittering boulder that the water carries ore from deep inside the mountain. Yes, gold and iridium are valuable, but your location to ore veins is important; gold and iridium may be uncommon resources but you have access to very specific places where they are more common, otherwise known as the scarcity heuristic). This also explains two facts about iridium: discounting magic, iridium is quite rare in the game, just like real life. Secondly, Clint’s prices make a lot more sense not only because it’s endgame material, but because iridium is super dense and has a very high melting point, thus making it a very difficult material to work with.
But by far the biggest challenge of this question is figuring out whether or not items you produce factor in the cost of your labor or not. For instance, lace is made of simple materials that even in the days of Victorian England, it was easy to get. However because lace was so time consuming to make, it could command absurd prices. Thus, one of the first things we need to discover is whether or not the game takes into account cost of labor or not.
So I am going to take you all back to school and talk about someone who’s old and dead: Adam Smith. It was he who talked about the cost of labor in his book The Wealth of Nations, and because of that, I bring up this particular line:
“...From century to century, corn is a better measure than silver, because, from century to century, equal quantities of corn will command the same quantity of labour more nearly than equal quantities of silver.
Why did I mention corn above? This is why. Prices may vary, but agriculture has been around for thousands of years and the cost of a farmer’s labor equals about the same.
According to Dylan Baumann, Stardew Valley corn plants have a profit value of 535 gold per plant. Our corn plant profits are about as high as they can get without adding something new into the mix, and we don’t want that yet.
Let’s set some ground rules:
  • Cultivatable farm space on the standard farm equals out to 3,427 spaces, but we’ll round that down to 3,350 for iridium sprinklers, iridium watering can, and scarecrows, equaling maximum farming with no loss of crop.
  • We’ll keep Dylan’s ground rules, so no fertilizer.
  • No preserves, jams, wine, and juices.
  • No farming efficiencies and crop selling bonuses.
  • No use of the greenhouse to grow crops outside of the growing season.
If you plant the entire farm with corn and stop harvesting on Fall day 28 when the growing season ends, that lets you harvest a total of 11 ears of corn per plant. Multiply that by 3,350, we get a total of 36,850 ears of corn for your entire farm. Corn is measured in bushels, and a bushel of corn can be anywhere between 40 and 60 ears of corn, but we’ll say you really pack it in for 60, meaning your growing season for corn produces 36,850 / 60 corn for a total of 614.17 bushels per year.
The USDA has a 2001 labor value of corn at US$2.92 per acre (and that matches the Iowa labor statistic), and using 156 bushels per acre, that brings our labor cost per bushel at... US$00.02. That’s a real pittance. Considering bushels of corn retailed around $2.11 per bushel in 2001, that is an incredible markup of 184.85 times.
We’re almost done with the dreaded math, I swear.
Corn retails at 100g apiece in Stardew Valley(You get 50 gold from Pierre, so he has a 100% markup), meaning the labor cost should be around 184.85 times less that amount, meaning it takes about 0.54 gold to make one ear of corn.
Your average US farmers salary $55,000 and $100,000, and we’ll take the middle of $77,500 for our measurements. Dividing the farmer’s salary by the total ears of corn our farmer grows in Stardew Valley, we get a labor cost per ear of corn in US dollars of $2.10 per ear of corn. Now we multiply this by our markup ratio to get the IRL retail cost of corn in Stardew, getting US$237.08! Damn that better be some good eating! We divide that number by the Stardew Valley retail cost of corn, netting us a real world conversion of gold of, drumroll please, $2.37 US dollars per gold in 2001.
Now just for funzies, let us calculate the actual salary of your famer in Stardew Valley. Multiplying your 36,850 ears of corn by 50 gold (your selling price of gold, not the retail price of 100g), that nets you 1,842,500 gold per growing season. Multiply that by the dollagold conversion we just calculated and your real life gross income comes out to be US$436,672,500.
Give me all of the golden clocks, wizard.
Three questions down, one more to go. Currency conversion was rather tricky because it involved quite a lot of math, but this last question, what is the cost of Robin’s labor, that requires the most assumptions. There’s an easy answer and a hard answer.
Robin’s upgrades, except for the last, require you the farmer to give her resources in addition to gold. The simple answer is you are providing materials in order to keep the raw gold cost down. This means that the first house upgrade, 10,000 gold, is strictly her labor cost as the 450 wood is all the raw materials she needs to build. 3 days * 3 months (to adjust Stardew month lengths to our month lengths) comes out to Robin working an IRL equivalent to 9 days. Taking 10,000 gold / 9 days equals a cost of 1,111.111 gold per day, and considering Robin has snorted enough powdered starfruit to have 20 hour work days, that comes out to 55.56 gold per hour.
Just to be sure, let’s see if the math holds up for the last upgrade. That one requires a cost of 100,000 gold and comes preequipped with 33 casks. You do not provide the resources for the casks, meaning that comes included with the cost. Casks cannot be sold, but the materials required to make them are 20 wood and 1 hardwood, which Robin will provide for the same 100% markup (meaning 4 gold and 30 gold respectively). 4 gold * 30 gold * 33 casks comes out to 3,960 gold. Using the same calculations for the first house iteration, we get (100,000 gold - 3,960) / (3 days * 3 months) / 20 hours for a total of 533.56 gold per hour.
Not even close to our first estimate. We could just average them together for (533.56 + 55.56) / 2 = 294.56 gold, and that would be the easy answer. It would be nice to settle for the easy answer.
Let’s find the hard answer. We are going to calculate labor cost per square footage, and luckily most of the work has been done over the course of several google spreadsheets. To find the cost of materials and money per upgrade volume we get the formula (Upgrade volume - Base Volume) / 10,000 gold. This gives us a grand total of cubic material built per gold of...
...2,573.26 in^3/gold, 30.27 ft^3/gold, 2.89 m^3/gold using my method and
...628.24 in^3/gold, 0.36 ft^3/gold, 0.01 m^3/gold using asparagus’ method.
Let’s see if the math holds up for the basement upgrade and dammit I just realized I got to do more pixel measurements now. Hold on, be back in an hour.
Alright, I’m back. We don’t need to do any subtraction for the previous volume of the house considering the cellar is its own little area, but we still need to subtract the value of the materials used for the casks. The cellar comes out to a grand total of cubic materials built per gold of...
...386.91 in^3/gold, 0.22 ft^3/gold, 0.01 m^3/gold using my method and
...94.46 in^3/gold, 0.05 ft^3/gold, 0.0015 m^3/gold using asparagus’ method.
Huge discrepancy.
Before I get into my reasoning why, let us outline what we know first.
  • We’re pretty sure the game takes place in 2001.
  • We have the exact sizes of each house upgrade calculated with two different methods.
  • We have a certified exchange rate of US$2.37 at that point in time.
  • We have two different methods of calculating the cost of Robin’s labor.
  • The amount of work Robin does during her three(nine?) day job is absolutely obscene.
I come to one conclusion: Robin is a god that has settled down in the world of Stardew Valley.
Here me out. I have three pieces of evidence.
The first is when Robin is hired to take on a house upgrade job no one helps her, not even her husband Demetrius. Your house is right next to hers, so you’re not paying for travel. As we have shown by our calculations above and in the gDoc spreadsheet, that is a massive amount of work. It’s simply not possible for a human to accomplish such a monumental task. Robin claims she built her own home herself with this line from the game...
“Have I told you that I built our house from the ground up? It's definitely been the highlight of my career so far.”
...so we know her carpentry acumen is impressive enough for the job, but she has severely understated her skill. Homeadvisor pegs a house costing anywhere between US$150,000 to US$500,000 (US$102,005.53 to $340,018.44, adjusted for 2001 inflation), but even adjusted for inflation, Robin absolutely underbids the current housing market. Those inflation adjusted values, when converted to gold, come out to a range of 43,040.31g-143,467.70g. Granted, these prices are for a complete house, not adding onto a current house, but even if we half the value you are getting one hell of a discount.
The second piece is Robin’s language. The sheer passion for her work speaks wonders..
“Wood is a wonderful substance... it's versatile, cheap, strong, and each piece has its own unique character!”
...but perhaps she is just passionate about what she does. Many people are, but knowing what we do about how dirt cheap and blindingly fast she works let’s go into more detail about some things, specifically three lines. The first...
“Our little plan worked out well, don't you think? Pam and Penny seem really happy.”
...is said after Pam’s house undergoes an upgrade. “Our” plan? Sure, you are the one that buys the upgrade and Robin has to build it, but I can’t help but feel there is a double meaning behind this language. It is done out of the kindness of Robin’s heart and the materials have to come from somewhere, so she can’t do it for free, but it wasn’t about the money, as we have stated previously. It was about Penny.
Pam is a somewhat contentious person because of slobbish and slovenly nature. She is immediately and irrationally angered when Penny tries to pick the place up. She drinks heavily...
“\sigh*... My mother definitely has a problem with going to the saloon too much. But it's best not to dwell on bad things, right?”*
...doesn’t seem to understand not paying her tab has some consequences, and doesn’t realize what her habits have done to her daughter’s psyche.
Then you, the player come along. Pam is okay with the simple things in life, but you help Penny with her worries and insecurities, and then with you and Robin together, you give Penny everything she needs to help her shed those worries. She has a house that doesn have problems with rain, two friends who look out for her, her mom has a job, and most importantly she has peace of mind and in a world fraught with problems, that is truly priceless.
This is the second line...
“Hey! I heard some weird noises last night, and woke up this morning to find the quarry bridge completely repaired! It's a miracle of woodworking!”
...and it occurs once you offer items to the community center junimos to get the quarry bridge repaired.
It is also a bald-faced lie.
The junimos are good, don’t get me wrong, but we’ve seen what Robin can do with our own two eyes. She is absolutely incredible at her job, and while I may give it to her she has no idea what junimos are or what they are capable of, we have proof that the act of restoring the bridge in one night is not out of the realm of possibility for her. A miracle, yes, but I’m certain she can beat the junimos’ time.
Lastly, there is one quote from her that is just... it opens up some very interesting questions. When she says...
“My parents were bewildered when I told them I wanted to be a carpenter. They were pretty old-fashioned.”
...how old are her parents when they consider carpentry too new-fashioned for them? Carpentry is one of the world’s oldest professions. If they were old-fashioned, why were they bewildered?
This line is just so fascinating to me. Robin is incredibly skilled, but I cannot rationalize carpentry being too newfangled for parents to wrap their head around. Who were they? Where are they from? I know your secrets, Robin, I know your parents are gods, too.
The third and final piece is the contrasting pieces of the world at large. Just like ours, it’s a little depressing. Joja Corp runs dozens of what even Cyberpunk would consider a dataslave farm. The world is flooded with consumerism run amok, Orwellian surveillance, and rampant urbanization. The Ferngill Republic is in the middle of a war with the Gotoro Empire and Kent still suffers PTSD from being in a prisoner of war camp.
Stardew Valley isn’t just a town to retire in, it is a place of respite and healing. There are three confirmed magic users deeply tied to the town’s mystical roots. The bears speak and encourage you to manage the world around you. You are rewarded for restoring balance to the valley by being able to recycle things you don’t need. Your main resource in the game, gold, also doesn’t matter that much; if it ever slips into the negative, nothing bad ever happens. You must just work to raise it back up. There is no lose condition in the game.
In many respects it is similar to the Gaiaism philosophy that all living beings are connected, each relying and depending on each other in order to maintain a peaceful coexistence. You help Shane with his nihilism and depression, Sebastian with his ability to express and accept affection, Sam with his dreams, Kent with his problems, Leah with her ambitions, Haley with her generosity and narcissism, or even simple goals like Penny’s idea of a quiet domestic life.
Whether it is the addicted, lost, or scorned, everyone is welcome and everyone can have a home in Stardew Valley. No one embodies this more than Robin who just wants a simple life. Whether it is her own house or her own boat during the Dance of the Moonlight Jellies, Robin builds it herself. The feel of wood grain, the smell of lacquer, the stickiness of stain, the thrum of the saw, and the bite of the axe. Robin doesn’t charge you nearly enough for your house upgrades because it is not about the money. Woodworking is what she loves and she lives in a place where barterism, kindness, family, and friendship substitute so many of life's modern problems and inconveniences.
Friendship increases in the game aren’t just a measurement of achievements, a means of getting more recipes, or more candles lit on a grave. You are making friends and getting to know these people for who they are and everyone’s life is bettered because of it. The amount of love I’ve seen for Linus is just staggering. Shane, in all of his melancholy and despite him not being a suitor in the original version of the game, is loved by so many. I know some despise Haley, but I love that I was able to show her what kindness can do for people.
You are in a gentle and loving place, and you are loved.
What a better place for a god to reside? A quiet town filled with peace and love, seeped in nature and the old magics of yore. A loving mate, a family to raise. Land to share with those that forage from its bounty. It’s all she needs.
Robin’s role in all of this? She desires neither worship nor admiration. She is just a friend. A god, certainly, but a friend first and foremost who is just settling down in a quiet town looking for a little peace.

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Theory: One Stardew Valley villager is secretly a God

Ever since a Let’s Play got me into Stardew Valley, I’ve fallen in love with the world. It’s something special, a place to relax and get away from the world’s problems. Here, you can pay bills with the sweat of your own brow, make friends, fall in love, and can escape the drudgery of modern life. It’s magical in its own way.
I’ve played hundreds of hours over multiple save files. I’ve been wondering one thing just recently, however. I remember when I first asked Robin for house upgrades and the sheer bowel-emptying amount she asked for. Seriously? That much for a kitchen? Now that I haven’t left my house for the past several weeks, fear human contact, and have deep dived into the paranormal, I’m overthinking something constantly: with regards to modern housework, does Robin the carpenter over or under charge you for her work?
To figure this out, it’s going to require a fair bit of math and a lot of guesswork. I’m going to have to establish a lot of ground rules but I’m going to try and be as accurate to real world costs as I can. We need to learn four things:
Let’s tackle the first. To do this, I scoured around to look for modern conveniences. Primarily, I found these five:
Another interesting factoid is the number of Cathode-ray TVs you see in Stardew Valley. These are the precursors to plasma screens, which were in turn succeeded by LCD screen TVs. Additionally, a large number of your starter houses comes preequipped with Cathode-ray TVs. Granted, this may be because the farmhouse was abandoned for many years before you came along, but there exists another such TV in 1 River Road where we often see George watching his shows. I will concede that George and Evelyn are quite old and may not have the tech savvy nature of Sebastian to get something more modern, so that can’t be an accurate measurement. Plus, Alex’s mental acumen is a little... questionable.
As for crafting recipes, there really isn’t anything worth talking about. Magic items I won’t talk about because it has no real world comparison; that also throws out the wizard shop’s items. The furniture catalog has nothing of note to pinepoint a date, and nor does Pierre’s General Store, Joja Mart, Joja Warehouse, the Blacksmith, Stardrop Saloon, or Marnie’s ranch. Leah doesn’t mention anything about her laptop, so that is of little help.
So the casino gives us a low bound. Although manufacturing of the plasma screen TV stopped in the US in 2014, plasma screen TVs were losing their market shares around 2007 and factories were shutting down. As you can buy them like hotcakes and fill a shed with them, 2007 is our upper bound.
The price for plasma screens was quite pricey for residential homes. 1995 was the year 42 inch plasma screens became commercial, and some had home installation priced somewhere around US$15,000. Still not quite the size of the queen or king sized bed you and your spouse have (the size of the plasma screen in the game), but sixty inch plasma screen TVs were sold around the year 2000, and that is plenty big. Given the size of the screen in the game is roughly three tiles just like your bed, I think it’s safe to say this is around the size of our estimate. Our rough year range is now 1995 to 2007. Let’s split the difference and say the game takes place in 2001.
We have our year.
To calculate the size of our farmhouse, we need some baseline measurement. Luckily, the game is pixelated so we can be quite accurate in our measurements. Unluckily, we have no confirmed height of anything, so we have to intuit some things. Reddit user asparagus made this excellent size chart, so while I can just use that and save myself a lot of work, let us do some measurements of our own and then measure the farmhouse with both this method and asparagus’ method.
First, there is the height of plants, but those can vary widely. For instance, you can pot prickly pear cactuses in your farmhouse, but their height can vary anywhere between one and seven feet. Plant height is a no go. The average height of a minifridge is forty three inches (109 cm) tall, so unless you are a dwarf, that’s not right either. The fences are also a good starting point, as most agricultural fencing stands at four feet (1.2 m).
Here we don’t have to do much; all fences are forty eight pixels in height. Four feet equals out to forty eight inches (121.92 cm). It doesn’t get more perfect than that!
Trigger warning: incoming math.
Now comes the really tricky part: getting the dimensions of each iteration of your farmhouse, and squinting at my computer screen like a mole in order to count pixels; we must include walls as well as that is included in square footage. Our first iteration has pixel measurements of 704x496. Add in the doorway (136x64pixels), and then we’ll still convert for square feet. 704 * 496 + (136 * 64) = 318,452 pixels/sq, which (dividing by 12^2) converts to 2,211.47 ft/sq. Damn, we’re well on our way for most modern mansions.
I have to have messed something up (205.45 m/sq, btw). The average firebox (the inside of a fireplace where you burn wood) tends to be around 32x20 inches (81.28x50.8 cm). Ours is... 72x40. Twice as large. I also haven’t even begun to calculate the farmhouse’s height because Robin is beginning to scare me.
Alright, new plan, we’re going with asparagus. I married Haley and took her measurements. She is 104 pixels tall, and since she is 65 inches (165.1 cm) according to asparagus, that gives us a measurement of .625 inches/pixel (1.5875 cm/pixel).
Side note, I really want some Twizlers right now.
So instead of having pixels as at a 1:1 ratio, we have something a little more lenient, but things are looking a little... grim. We’ll have to convert each individual amount, so we have (704 * .625) * (496 * .625) + ((136 * 64) * .625^2) for 124,395.31 inches/sq, 863.86 ft/sq., 80.25 m/sq. But still, we haven’t even begun to calculate the actual volume of our farmhouse yet, so these numbers are going to explode.
I’m beginning to think Robin is Hestia. Yoba is not the only deity in this town.
Alright, calculating the rest of the floor spaces is a little boring so let’s speedrun this.
Wall height for the farmhouse is 140 pixels, so (140 * .625) * 124,395.31 inches/sq / 12^3 = 6,298.95 ft^3 (178.36 m^3) for the farmhouse, and 25,800.51 ft^3 (730.58 m^3) using my method.
Just... let’s move on.
Second iteration has me doing a fair bit more work.
Wall height is 135 pixels, and rightmost—wait, the walls are shorter? Weird. Anyway, the rightmost room has dimensions of 486 for width by 375 for depth (and the same cubby dimensions), giving us cuboid dimensions of 24,603,750 pixels^3, which converts to 14,238.28 ft^3 (403.18 m^3), and 3,476.14 ft^3 (82.83 m^3) using asparagus' method
Middle corridor has a dimensional width of 42 pixels by 87 depth, giving us a total of 285.47 ft^3 (8.08 m^3), and 69.69 ft^3 (1.97 m^3) using asparagus' method.
Leftmost room (the kitchen) has a width of 870 and depth of 375, with a doorway of 136x64. That gives us a cuboid area of 314,019.38 ft^3 (29,173.11 m^3), and 6,388.74 ft^3 (180.91 m^3) using asparagus' method.
That gives us a grand total for a tier two home of...
... 328,543.13 ft^3 (29,584.37 m^3) using my method and
... 9,934.58 ft^3 (281.31 m^3) using asparagus' method.
So Robin added at a minimum 3,635.63 cubic feet to your house in three days by herself. Even if you extend the days and months to roughly align with our own calendar, that would be a mere nine days. How much powdered starfruit did she snort in order to do that by herself? I 100% believe Emily is the town’s dealer. I didn’t even calculate the length of the farmhouse loft. It’s doable, and even though you can’t enter it in the game, a bigger farmhouse means a bigger loft judging by the look of it.
Anyway, I’m not going to calculate the loft area right now. I’m not going to calculate the other tiers of your farmhouse either, even though that was my intent when I started this analysis. The math is easy enough, but it gets boring to type, and no doubt to read. Plus, I’m a little stunned by Robin's carpentry acumen. C’mon Robin, stop upgrading my house. Exercise with the girls, dance with your husband, smoke some weed, I dunno, RELAX.
But in a strange way, it makes a weird sort of sense. Pretty much no one plays the game with auto-run turned off, but do so for a moment. See how fast you move. That is your normal pace, and auto-run is you, an Olympian god, sprinting around town every second of every day, helping the shit out of everyone whether they want it or not, snorting the same starfruit mixture you got from Robin to keep going, who may have gotten it from Linus (my money is still on Emily). We’ve become so accustomed to seeing the run animation as our default I almost didn’t realize it doesn’t translate to modern life. The boards in your house, I almost took those as your normal 2x4 planks of wood (which actually measure 1.5x3.5, the world lies to me). They are not. They are almost the width of your entire body, and your walking pace (sorry I can’t get an exact pixel measurement) covers roughly one and a half boards, a similar length to a normal human gait. The art style fooled even me until now, but your house is massive.
Let’s just answer our other two questions. What is the exchange rate? Calculating the exchange rate of a fictional world is always tricky as they have different concepts of rarities, but I’ll give it the ol’ college try. Once again, I can’t do anything with magic. Let’s first list some things of note:
Now you may be tempted to say we can’t translate iridium and gold’s prices to real world market values, and normally you may be right, but there are some extenuating circumstances in the game: the town is right next to two very large mines. It is even a plot point once you clear the glittering boulder that the water carries ore from deep inside the mountain. Yes, gold and iridium are valuable, but your location to ore veins is important; gold and iridium may be uncommon resources but you have access to very specific places where they are more common, otherwise known as the scarcity heuristic). This also explains two facts about iridium: discounting magic, iridium is quite rare in the game, just like real life. Secondly, Clint’s prices make a lot more sense not only because it’s endgame material, but because iridium is super dense and has a very high melting point, thus making it a very difficult material to work with.
But by far the biggest challenge of this question is figuring out whether or not items you produce factor in the cost of your labor or not. For instance, lace is made of simple materials that even in the days of Victorian England, it was easy to get. However because lace was so time consuming to make, it could command absurd prices. Thus, one of the first things we need to discover is whether or not the game takes into account cost of labor or not.
So I am going to take you all back to school and talk about someone who’s old and dead: Adam Smith. It was he who talked about the cost of labor in his book The Wealth of Nations, and because of that, I bring up this particular line:
“...From century to century, corn is a better measure than silver, because, from century to century, equal quantities of corn will command the same quantity of labour more nearly than equal quantities of silver.
Why did I mention corn above? This is why. Prices may vary, but agriculture has been around for thousands of years and the cost of a farmer’s labor equals about the same.
According to Dylan Baumann, Stardew Valley corn plants have a profit value of 535 gold per plant. Our corn plant profits are about as high as they can get without adding something new into the mix, and we don’t want that yet.
Let’s set some ground rules:
If you plant the entire farm with corn and stop harvesting on Fall day 28 when the growing season ends, that lets you harvest a total of 11 ears of corn per plant. Multiply that by 3,350, we get a total of 36,850 ears of corn for your entire farm. Corn is measured in bushels, and a bushel of corn can be anywhere between 40 and 60 ears of corn, but we’ll say you really pack it in for 60, meaning your growing season for corn produces 36,850 / 60 corn for a total of 614.17 bushels per year.
The USDA has a 2001 labor value of corn at US$2.92 per acre (and that matches the Iowa labor statistic), and using 156 bushels per acre, that brings our labor cost per bushel at... US$00.02. That’s a real pittance. Considering bushels of corn retailed around $2.11 per bushel in 2001, that is an incredible markup of 184.85 times.
We’re almost done with the dreaded math, I swear.
Corn retails at 100g apiece in Stardew Valley(You get 50 gold from Pierre, so he has a 100% markup), meaning the labor cost should be around 184.85 times less that amount, meaning it takes about 0.54 gold to make one ear of corn.
Your average US farmers salary $55,000 and $100,000, and we’ll take the middle of $77,500 for our measurements. Dividing the farmer’s salary by the total ears of corn our farmer grows in Stardew Valley, we get a labor cost per ear of corn in US dollars of $2.10 per ear of corn. Now we multiply this by our markup ratio to get the IRL retail cost of corn in Stardew, getting US$237.08! Damn that better be some good eating! We divide that number by the Stardew Valley retail cost of corn, netting us a real world conversion of gold of, drumroll please, $2.37 US dollars per gold in 2001.
Now just for funzies, let us calculate the actual salary of your famer in Stardew Valley. Multiplying your 36,850 ears of corn by 50 gold (your selling price of gold, not the retail price of 100g), that nets you 1,842,500 gold per growing season. Multiply that by the dollagold conversion we just calculated and your real life gross income comes out to be US$436,672,500.
Give me all of the golden clocks, wizard.
Three questions down, one more to go. Currency conversion was rather tricky because it involved quite a lot of math, but this last question, what is the cost of Robin’s labor, that requires the most assumptions. There’s an easy answer and a hard answer.
Robin’s upgrades, except for the last, require you the farmer to give her resources in addition to gold. The simple answer is you are providing materials in order to keep the raw gold cost down. This means that the first house upgrade, 10,000 gold, is strictly her labor cost as the 450 wood is all the raw materials she needs to build. 3 days * 3 months (to adjust Stardew month lengths to our month lengths) comes out to Robin working an IRL equivalent to 9 days. Taking 10,000 gold / 9 days equals a cost of 1,111.111 gold per day, and considering Robin has snorted enough powdered starfruit to have 20 hour work days, that comes out to 55.56 gold per hour.
Just to be sure, let’s see if the math holds up for the last upgrade. That one requires a cost of 100,000 gold and comes preequipped with 33 casks. You do not provide the resources for the casks, meaning that comes included with the cost. Casks cannot be sold, but the materials required to make them are 20 wood and 1 hardwood, which Robin will provide for the same 100% markup (meaning 4 gold and 30 gold respectively). 4 gold * 30 gold * 33 casks comes out to 3,960 gold. Using the same calculations for the first house iteration, we get (100,000 gold - 3,960) / (3 days * 3 months) / 20 hours for a total of 533.56 gold per hour.
Not even close to our first estimate. We could just average them together for (533.56 + 55.56) / 2 = 294.56 gold, and that would be the easy answer. It would be nice to settle for the easy answer.
Let’s find the hard answer. We are going to calculate labor cost per square footage, and luckily most of the work has been done over the course of several google spreadsheets. To find the cost of materials and money per upgrade volume we get the formula (Upgrade volume - Base Volume) / 10,000 gold. This gives us a grand total of cubic material built per gold of...
...2,573.26 in^3/gold, 30.27 ft^3/gold, 2.89 m^3/gold using my method and
...628.24 in^3/gold, 0.36 ft^3/gold, 0.01 m^3/gold using asparagus’ method.
Let’s see if the math holds up for the basement upgrade and dammit I just realized I got to do more pixel measurements now. Hold on, be back in an hour.
Alright, I’m back. We don’t need to do any subtraction for the previous volume of the house considering the cellar is its own little area, but we still need to subtract the value of the materials used for the casks. The cellar comes out to a grand total of cubic materials built per gold of...
...386.91 in^3/gold, 0.22 ft^3/gold, 0.01 m^3/gold using my method and
...94.46 in^3/gold, 0.05 ft^3/gold, 0.0015 m^3/gold using asparagus’ method.
Huge discrepancy.
Before I get into my reasoning why, let us outline what we know first.
I come to one conclusion: Robin is a god that has settled down in the world of Stardew Valley.
Here me out. I have three pieces of evidence.
The first is when Robin is hired to take on a house upgrade job no one helps her, not even her husband Demetrius. Your house is right next to hers, so you’re not paying for travel. As we have shown by our calculations above and in the gDoc spreadsheet, that is a massive amount of work. It’s simply not possible for a human to accomplish such a monumental task. Robin claims she built her own home herself with this line from the game...
“Have I told you that I built our house from the ground up? It's definitely been the highlight of my career so far.”
...so we know her carpentry acumen is impressive enough for the job, but she has severely understated her skill. Homeadvisor pegs a house costing anywhere between US$150,000 to US$500,000 (US$102,005.53 to $340,018.44, adjusted for 2001 inflation), but even adjusted for inflation, Robin absolutely underbids the current housing market. Those inflation adjusted values, when converted to gold, come out to a range of 43,040.31g-143,467.70g. Granted, these prices are for a complete house, not adding onto a current house, but even if we half the value you are getting one hell of a discount.
The second piece is Robin’s language. The sheer passion for her work speaks wonders..
“Wood is a wonderful substance... it's versatile, cheap, strong, and each piece has its own unique character!”
...but perhaps she is just passionate about what she does. Many people are, but knowing what we do about how dirt cheap and blindingly fast she works let’s go into more detail about some things, specifically three lines. The first...
“Our little plan worked out well, don't you think? Pam and Penny seem really happy.”
...is said after Pam’s house undergoes an upgrade. “Our” plan? Sure, you are the one that buys the upgrade and Robin has to build it, but I can’t help but feel there is a double meaning behind this language. It is done out of the kindness of Robin’s heart and the materials have to come from somewhere, so she can’t do it for free, but it wasn’t about the money, as we have stated previously. It was about Penny.
Pam is a somewhat contentious person because of slobbish and slovenly nature. She is immediately and irrationally angered when Penny tries to pick the place up. She drinks heavily...
“\sigh*... My mother definitely has a problem with going to the saloon too much. But it's best not to dwell on bad things, right?”*
...doesn’t seem to understand not paying her tab has some consequences, and doesn’t realize what her habits have done to her daughter’s psyche.
Then you, the player come along. Pam is okay with the simple things in life, but you help Penny with her worries and insecurities, and then with you and Robin together, you give Penny everything she needs to help her shed those worries. She has a house that doesn have problems with rain, two friends who look out for her, her mom has a job, and most importantly she has peace of mind and in a world fraught with problems, that is truly priceless.
Then there is this line...
“Hey! I heard some weird noises last night, and woke up this morning to find the quarry bridge completely repaired! It's a miracle of woodworking!”
...and it occurs once you offer items to the community center junimos to get the quarry bridge repaired.
It is also a bald-faced lie.
The junimos are good, don’t get me wrong, but we’ve seen what Robin can do with our own two eyes. She is absolutely incredible at her job, and while I may give it to her she has no idea what junimos are or what they are capable of, we have proof that the act of restoring the bridge in one night is not out of the realm of possibility for her. A miracle, yes, but I’m certain she can beat the junimos’ time.
Lastly, there is one quote from her that is just... it opens up some very interesting questions. When she says...
“My parents were bewildered when I told them I wanted to be a carpenter. They were pretty old-fashioned.”
...how old are her parents when they consider carpentry too new-fashioned for them? Carpentry is one of the world’s oldest professions. If they were old-fashioned, why were they bewildered?
This line is just so fascinating to me. Robin is incredibly skilled, but I cannot rationalize carpentry being too newfangled for parents to wrap their head around. Who were they? Where are they from? I know your secrets, Robin, I know your parents are gods, too.
The third and final piece is the contrasting pieces of the world at large. Just like ours, it’s a little depressing. Joja Corp runs dozens of what even Cyberpunk would consider a dataslave farm. The world is flooded with consumerism run amok, Orwellian surveillance, and rampant urbanization. The Ferngill Republic is in the middle of a war with the Gotoro Empire and Kent still suffers PTSD from being in a prisoner of war camp.
Stardew Valley isn’t just a town to retire in, it is a place of respite and healing. There are three confirmed magic users deeply tied to the town’s mystical roots. The bears speak and encourage you to manage the world around you. You are rewarded for restoring balance to the valley by being able to recycle things you don’t need. Your main resource in the game, gold, also doesn’t matter that much; if it ever slips into the negative, nothing bad ever happens. You must just work to raise it back up. There is no lose condition in the game.
In many respects it is similar to the Gaiaism philosophy that all living beings are connected, each relying and depending on each other in order to maintain a peaceful coexistence. You help Shane with his nihilism and depression, Sebastian with his ability to express and accept affection, Sam with his dreams, Kent with his problems, Leah with her ambitions, Haley with her generosity and narcissism, or even simple goals like Penny’s idea of a quiet domestic life.
Whether it is the addicted, lost, or scorned, everyone is welcome and everyone can have a home in Stardew Valley. No one embodies this more than Robin who just wants a simple life. Whether it is her own house or her own boat during the Dance of the Moonlight Jellies, Robin builds it herself. The feel of wood grain, the smell of lacquer, the stickiness of stain, the thrum of the saw, and the bite of the axe. Robin doesn’t charge you nearly enough for your house upgrades because it is not about the money. Woodworking is what she loves and she lives in a place where barterism, kindness, family, and friendship substitute so many of life's modern problems and inconveniences.
Friendship increases in the game aren’t just a measurement of achievements, a means of getting more recipes, or more candles lit on a grave. You are making friends and getting to know these people for who they are and everyone’s life is bettered because of it. The amount of love I’ve seen for Linus is just staggering. Shane, in all of his melancholy and despite him not being a suitor in the original version of the game, is loved by so many. I know some despise Haley, but I love that I was able to show her what kindness can do for people.
You are in a gentle and loving place, and you are loved.
What a better place for a god to reside? A quiet town filled with peace and love, seeped in nature and the old magics of yore. A loving mate, a family to raise. Land to share with those that forage from its bounty. It’s all she needs.
Robin’s role in all of this? She desires neither worship nor admiration. She is just a friend. A god, certainly, but a friend first and foremost who is just settling down in a quiet town looking for a little peace.

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Deadliest Mass/Spree Shootings by U.S. State (PLEASE UPDATE IF INFO IS OUTDATED!)

  1. ALABAMA: Various locations in Coffee and Geneva Counties, March 10, 2009 (11 dead including the gunman, 6 injured)
  2. ALASKA: Fairbanks, Manley Hot Springs, and along the Tanana River, April 28–May 19, 1984 (10 dead including the gunman, 1 injured)
  3. ARIZONA: Waddell Buddhist temple, August 9, 1991 (9 dead)
  4. ARKANSAS: Various locations in Dover and Russellville, December 22–28, 1987 (8 dead, 4 injured; 8 others killed by strangulation or drowning)
  5. CALIFORNIA: San Ysidro McDonald's, July 18, 1984 (22 dead including the gunman, 19 injured)
  6. COLORADO: Columbine High School, April 20, 1999 (15 dead including both gunmen, 24 injured)
  7. CONNECTICUT: Sandy Hook Elementary School and gunman's home, December 14, 2012 (28 dead including the gunman, 2 injured)
  8. DELAWARE: Prices Corner home, July 9 or 10, 2018 (5 dead including the gunman)
  9. FLORIDA: Pulse nightclub, June 12, 2016 (50 dead including the gunman, 58 injured)
  10. GEORGIA: Atlanta day trading firms, July 29, 1999 (10 dead including the gunman, 13 injured; 3 others killed by bludgeoning in past two days)
  11. HAWAII: Honolulu Xerox office, November 2, 1999 (7 dead)
  12. IDAHO: Various locations in Moscow, January 10, 2015 (3 dead, 1 injured)
  13. ILLINOIS: Tie between Lincoln Park garage, February 14, 1929; and Palatine Brown's Chicken, January 8, 1993 (7 dead each)
  14. INDIANA: Indianapolis home, June 1, 2006 (7 dead)
  15. IOWA: Tie between Algona home, December 30, 1987 (7 dead including the gunman); and two Sioux City homes, c. August 31, 2001 (7 dead)
  16. KANSAS: Winfield concert, August 13, 1903 (10 dead including the gunman, 25+ injured)
  17. KENTUCKY: Standard Gravure, September 14, 1989 (9 dead including the gunman, 12 injured)
  18. LOUISIANA: Various locations in New Orleans, December 31, 1972, and January 7, 1973 (10 dead including the gunman, 13 injured)
  19. MAINE: Two Madison homes, July 5, 2017 (4 dead including the gunman, 1 injured)
  20. MARYLAND: Capital Gazette office, June 28, 2018 (5 dead, 2 injured)
  21. MASSACHUSETTS: Edgewater Technology, December 26, 2000 (7 dead)
  22. MICHIGAN: Various locations in Grand Rapids, July 7, 2011 (8 dead including the gunman, 2 injured)
  23. MINNESOTA: Red Lake Senior High School and gunman's home, March 21, 2005 (10 dead including the gunman, 5 injured)
  24. MISSISSIPPI: Three Lincoln County homes, May 27, 2017 (8 dead, gunman injured)
  25. MISSOURI: Four Tyrone homes, February 26, 2015 (8 dead including the gunman, 1 injured)
  26. MONTANA: Emerald Casino, December 17, 2019 (4 dead including the gunman, 1 injured)
  27. NEBRASKA: Various locations in Lincoln and Bennet, December 1, 1957–January 29, 1958 (10 dead; 1 other killed in Wyoming)
  28. NEVADA: Route 91 Harvest festival and Mandalay Bay, October 1, 2017 (59 dead including the gunman, 869 injured)
  29. NEW HAMPSHIRE: Various locations in Colebrook, August 19, 1997 (4 dead; 4 others injured in Vermont)
  30. NEW JERSEY: Various locations in Camden, September 6, 1949 (13 dead, 3 injured)
  31. NEW YORK: Binghamton immigration center, April 3, 2009 (14 dead including the gunman, 4 injured)
  32. NEW MEXICO: South Valley home, January 19, 2013 (5 dead)
  33. NORTH CAROLINA: Carthage nursing home, March 29, 2009 (8 dead, 3 injured including the gunman)
  34. NORTH DAKOTA: Turtle Lake farm, April 22, 1920 (8 dead)
  35. OHIO: Hamilton home, March 30, 1975 (11 dead)
  36. OKLAHOMA: Edmond post office, August 20, 1986 (15 dead including the gunman, 6 injured)
  37. OREGON: Umpqua Community College, October 1, 2015 (10 dead including the gunman, 8 injured)
  38. PENNSYLVANIA: Various locations in Wilkes-Barre and Jenkins Township, September 25, 1982 (13 dead, 1 injured)
  39. RHODE ISLAND: Westerly apartment complex, December 19, 2019 (2 dead including the gunman, 2 injured)
  40. SOUTH CAROLINA: Charleston black church, June 17, 2015 (9 dead, 1 injured)
  41. SOUTH DAKOTA: Sisseton home, November 22, 2014 (4 dead including the gunman, 1 injured)
  42. TENNESSEE: Two military installations in Chattanooga, July 16, 2015 (6 dead including the gunman, 2 injured)
  43. TEXAS: Sutherland Springs church, November 5, 2017 (27 dead including the gunman, 20 injured)
  44. UTAH: Salina POW camp, July 8, 1945 (9 dead, 19 injured)
  45. VERMONT: Two locations in Berlin, August 7, 2015 (4 dead)
  46. VIRGINIA: Virginia Tech, April 16, 2007 (33 dead including the gunman, 23 injured)
  47. WASHINGTON, D.C.: Washington Navy Yard, September 16, 2013 (13 dead including the gunman, 8 injured)
  48. WASHINGTON STATE: Seattle Chinese gambling club, February 19, 1983 (13 dead, 1 injured)
  49. WEST VIRGINIA: Various locations around Morgantown, December 1, 2014 (5 dead including the gunman)
  50. WISCONSIN: Brookfield church, March 12, 2005 (8 dead including the gunman, 4 injured)
  51. WYOMING: Cheyenne senior apartment complex, September 14, 2016 (2 dead including the gunman, 2 injured)
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US State & Territory Nicknames/Slogans (Which are your favorite? / least favorite?)

From these two wikipedia articles
State + Territory nicknames and tourism slogans (some of the following are meant to disparage the place it refers to):
Alabama
Alaska
American Samoa
Arizona
Arkansas
California
Colorado
Connecticut
Delaware
District of Columbia
Florida
Georgia
Guam
Hawaii
Idaho
Illinois
Indiana
Iowa
Kansas
Kentucky
Louisiana
Maine
Maryland
Massachussetts
Michigan
Minnesota
Mississippi
Missouri
Montana
Nebraska
Nevada
New Hampshire
New Jersey
New Mexico
New York
North Carolina
North Dakota
Northern Mariana Islands
Ohio
Oklahoma
Oregon
Pennsylvania
Puerto Rico
Rhode Island
South Carolina
South Dakota
Tennessee
Texas
US Virgin Islands
Utah
Vermont
Virginia
Washington
West Virginia
Wisconsin
Wyoming
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What's happening around town (Wed, Jun 12th - Tue, Jun 18th)

Oklahoma City's event list.

Ongoing

Wednesday, Jun 12th

  • 🎓 1 Million Cups (Starspace 46 - Oklahoma City) Start Time: 9:00am 1 Million Cups is monthly community initiative to support local startups and innovators. It’s a great networking opportunity where two entrepreneurs present. Next, there’s a little Q&A. Finally, the audience asks what we can do to support the entrepreneur in their endeavors. The event requires no registration, is always free, and includes…
  • 🍴 Anthem Drown Night! (HiLo Club - Oklahoma City) Our local friends at Anthem Brewing Co. have some great beers! Every Wednesday night from 9pm to close enjoy $8 Drown Night! Their Power Pils will be flowing!
  • Bi-Weekly Meetup (51st st. Speakeasy - Oklahoma City) Start Time: 5:00pm
  • 🎓 Botanical Balance FREE Yoga (Myriad Botanical Gardens - Oklahoma City) Start Time: 5:45pm Botanical Balance FREE YOGA presented by Fowler Toyota, sponsored by Tinker Federal Credit Union and Stephenson Cancer Center Tuesdays, 5:45 pm and Saturdays, 8 am Check in at the Visitor Center and find out location which changes depending on the season Instructors provided by This Land Yoga Bring a mat, water, and an “open mind”…
  • 🎡 Children’s Garden Festival (Myriad Botanical Gardens - Oklahoma City) Thru Fri, Jun 14th Start Time: 10:00am Stay tuned for details and the theme of our 2019 Children’s Garden Festival!
  • Clark Gibson Quintet: w/Pat Bianchi (University of Central Oklahoma - Edmond) Start Time: 7:30pm
  • 🎓 Constellation Origins (Guthrie Library - Guthrie) Start Time: 1:00pm
  • 🍴 Dope Poetry Night (ICE Event Center - Oklahoma City) Start Time: 7:30pm Every Wednesday night at the Ice Event Center Sports Bar and Grill located at the heart of Oklahoma City! Sign ups begin at 7pm and show begins at 7:30pmish. Free Admission! Free vendor set up! Bar Restaurant
  • Hawthorne Heights & Emery in Concert (89th Street Collective - Oklahoma City) Start Time: 7:00pm In the peak of the emo music wave, Hawthorne Heights toured the country, playing to packed crowds of fans. Best known for…
  • 😂 JR Brow (Loony Bin Comedy Club - Oklahoma City) Thru Sat, Jun 15th
  • Pat Bianchi (UCO Jazz Lab - Edmond) Start Time: 7:30pm
  • 🎓 Quitting Tobacco with the OTRC (PHF Conference Center at OUHSC University Research Park - Oklahoma City) Start Time: 4:00pm People who are interested in giving up tobacco are invited to an event June 12 at the Oklahoma Tobacco Research Center, a program of the Stephenson Cancer Center at OU Medicine. There is no cost to participate in this event. Oklahoma Tobacco Research Center staff will offer informal consultations during the event, scheduled for 4 p.m. to 6 p.m.…
  • 🎡 Reddened Monarch Music Festival 2019 (Myriad Botanical Gardens - Oklahoma City) Start Time: 6:00pm A new music festival about love, transformation, and building understanding in Oklahoma City. June 12, 6-9pm at Myriad Gardens, we'll host a music...
  • SINGO Wednesdays (Lower Bricktown - Oklahoma City) Start Time: 6:30pm Beat the midweek hump with the new bar game that everyone is talking about! SINGO is a new and exciting musical spin on the traditional game of Bingo. Instead of listening for a number, players are listening to their favorite music. Enjoy 1/2 price domestic drafts & discounted appetizers! Plus we will be giving prizes each night to the winners.…
  • Story Time (Guthrie Library - Guthrie) Start Time: 10:30am Enjoy stories, songs, rhymes, crafts and more! Please RSVP. Text @guthriel to 81010 for friendly reminders. Guthrie Chamber of Commerce The City of...
  • 🎓 Summer Drama Workshop I (University of Central Oklahoma - Edmond) Thru Fri, Jun 14th Start Time: 9:00am Join us for a week of fun! Two tracks available: Youth (ages 7-12) and Teen (Ages 13-18). June 10-14 from 9 am to 5 pm. (Drop off begins at 8:30 am and...
  • 🎨 Summer Signature Tour (Western Heritage Museum - Oklahoma City) Thru Fri, Jun 14th Start Time: 1:00pm
  • 🎭 Terminus / King Caravan / Deity (Red Brick Bar - Norman) Start Time: 8:00pm
  • ə'strā (Oklahoma Contemporary - Oklahoma City) Thru Sun, Jun 16th See an original modern and aerial dance concert at Oklahoma Contemporary Arts Center, as Perpetual Motion Dance…

Thursday, Jun 13th

  • 🎨 Alicia Saltina Marie Clark / Solo Exhibition (DNA galleries - Oklahoma City) Start Time: 6:00pm A solo show featuring Oklahoma artist Alicia Saltina Marie Clark. https://www.instagram.com/saltstina/ Exhibition Opening + Artist Reception:...
  • 🎨 Amazing Grace (Oklahoma City Museum of Art - Oklahoma City) Day 1 of 2 Start Time: 5:30pm
  • Art Adventures (Fred Jones Jr. Museum of Art - Norman) Start Time: 10:30am
  • Art Show at DNA Galleries (Plaza District - Oklahoma City) Thru Sun, Jul 7th Start Time: 6:00pm A solo show featuring Oklahoma artist Alicia Saltina Marie Clark.
  • Blood Drive (Guthrie Library - Guthrie) Start Time: 12:00pm
  • 🎡 Children’s Garden Festival (Myriad Botanical Gardens - Oklahoma City) 1 day left Start Time: 10:00am Stay tuned for details and the theme of our 2019 Children’s Garden Festival!
  • 🎭 The Comedy Magic & Mentalism of Max Krause (Max's Magic Theatre - OKC - Oklahoma City) Start Time: 6:45pm Ages 5+
  • 🎭 The Comedy Magic & Mentalism of Max Krause 13+ (Max's Magic Theatre - OKC - Oklahoma City) Start Time: 9:15pm 13+ Ages
  • 🎨 Elizabeth Wise (Hollywood Corners Station LLC - Norman) Start Time: 9:00pm
  • Evita (Mitch Park Amphitheatre - Edmond) Thru Sat, Jun 15th Come to the Mitch Park Amphitheatre in Edmond for a must-see performance of "Evita" by Upstage Theatre. Watch the…
  • The History & Signficance of Our Parks (Castle Falls Event Center - Oklahoma City) Start Time: 7:00pm History & Significance of Our Parks Thursday, June 13, 2019 7:00PM-8:30PM Castle Falls Restaurant & Venue 820 N MacArthur Learn about the history of the American Parks movement and how it influenced early Oklahoma City development and the "beginning" of our parks system.
    This is a Free Event and open to the public--registration is requested.…
  • 🏆 International Axe Throwing Day at Andy Alligator's (Andy Alligator's Fun Park & Water Park - Norman) Start Time: 11:00am Join us for FREE Axe Throwing all day long on Thursday, June 13th as we celebrate International Axe Throwing Day! Axeperts with be onhand to teach axe throwing, and all participants will be entered to win an Axe Event for 8 people!
  • 😂 JR Brow (Loony Bin Comedy Club - Oklahoma City) Thru Sat, Jun 15th
  • 🎨 Planet Africa: Celebrating African & African Diaspora Cinema (Oklahoma City Museum of Art - Oklahoma City) Start Time: 8:00pm
  • Play in the Park: Fly a Kite (Moore Central Park - Moore) Start Time: 7:00pm
  • 🎓 Summer Drama Workshop I (University of Central Oklahoma - Edmond) 1 day left Start Time: 9:00am Join us for a week of fun! Two tracks available: Youth (ages 7-12) and Teen (Ages 13-18). June 10-14 from 9 am to 5 pm. (Drop off begins at 8:30 am and...
  • 🎨 Summer Signature Tour (Western Heritage Museum - Oklahoma City) 1 day left Start Time: 1:00pm
  • Super Silly Monster Fun (Myriad Botanical Gardens - Oklahoma City) Start Time: 2:00pm Thursday, June 13, 2-3pm Children’s Garden Festival Programming Tent Member $6; Nonmember $8 (Includes admission to the Children’s Garden Festival) Best for ages 5 to 8 REGISTER HERE Read silly monster stories, play a monster game and finish by creating our own fantastical monsters to take home. We’ll use colors, counting, and different…
  • Thundercat in Concert (Tower Theatre Studio - Oklahoma City) Bass guitar master Thundercat is taking over Tower Theatre for an evening of crossover funk and genre-bending music. Head to…
  • The Truth About Paying for Retirement Living (Francis Tuttle Technology Center North Campus - Oklahoma City) Start Time: 10:00am Moving to an independent or assisted living community is often a desirable option for many older adults seeking a simpler or more manageable lifestyle. Sometimes a move to assisted living, long term care, or memory care may even be necessary to remain as autonomous and independent as possible despite declines in physical or cognitive health. The…
  • ə'strā (Oklahoma Contemporary - Oklahoma City) Thru Sun, Jun 16th See an original modern and aerial dance concert at Oklahoma Contemporary Arts Center, as Perpetual Motion Dance…

Friday, Jun 14th

  • 2nd Friday Norman Art Walk (Norman Arts District - Norman) The 2nd Friday Norman Art Walk, a monthly celebration of the arts in Norman, connects the downtown arts district with…
  • 🎨 Amazing Grace (Oklahoma City Museum of Art - Oklahoma City) Day 2 of 2 Start Time: 5:30pm
  • Art Show at DNA Galleries (Plaza District - Oklahoma City) Thru Sun, Jul 7th Start Time: 6:00pm A solo show featuring Oklahoma artist Alicia Saltina Marie Clark.
  • Boz Scaggs in Concert (Riverwind Casino - Norman) Start Time: 8:00pm Plan a night out to listen to singesongwriter Boz Scaggs as he performs at Riverwind Casino in Norman. Stand by the…
  • Bricktown Blues Festival (Sheridan Ave & Oklahoma Ave - Oklahoma City) Day 1 of 2 The Bricktown Blues Festival in Oklahoma City features live performances by many popular area bands throughout the…
  • 🎡 Children’s Garden Festival (Myriad Botanical Gardens - Oklahoma City) Last Day Start Time: 10:00am Stay tuned for details and the theme of our 2019 Children’s Garden Festival!
  • 🎨 David Holland | The Skies Have It (Mainsite - Norman) Start Time: 6:00pm Norman Arts Council announces the exhibition and three-month residency of Oklahoma cloudscape artist David Holland from May through July 2019 at MAINSITE...
  • Day Care/ Day Camp Summer Break Specials (Western Heritage Museum - Oklahoma City) Start Time: 10:00am Visit the National Cowboy Museum for a fun, interactive experience with your children’s group. Select one of the following programs or choose a self-directed tour. Animals in Art engages children pre-K through second grade in tracking different animals in art and exploring their habitats with the help of verbal cues, animal tracks and fur.…
  • 🏆 DigItOKC Drag Race and Drag Show, during Live! (Dig It - Oklahoma City) Start Time: 7:00pm
  • 😂 Dylan Scott & Friends Comedy Show (Paseo - Oklahoma City) Start Time: 7:00pm
  • Evita (Mitch Park Amphitheatre - Edmond) 1 day left Come to the Mitch Park Amphitheatre in Edmond for a must-see performance of "Evita" by Upstage Theatre. Watch the…
  • Oklahoma City FC vs FC Wichita (Mid-America Christian University - Oklahoma City) Support women's soccer as the Oklahoma City FC continues its streak of excellency. Since its inaugural season in 2008 as…
  • 🎡 Festival of Homes (Builders Association of South Central OK - Norman) Start Time: 1:00pm
  • Food Truck Fridays (Moore Central Park - Moore) Sample a variety of tasty, creative eats served up fresh from food trucks on hand. At Food Truck Fridays in Moore, line up…
  • 🎓 Free Zumba (Guthrie Library - Guthrie) Start Time: 5:00pm Dress to sweat! Free Latin inspired dance fitness class. Space is Limited. RSVP. The City of Guthrie, OK - Municipal Government Guthrie Chamber of...
  • 🎭 Glam-A-Puss Two Shows (The Boom - Oklahoma City) Start Time: 7:45pm
  • Iowa Tribal Powwow (Iowa Tribal Complex - Perkins) Thru Sun, Jun 16th The Iowa Tribe of Oklahoma hosts its annual Iowa Tribal Powwow in Perkins this June. Attend a weekend full of events…
  • Jazz Jam featuring Jay Wilkinson (University of Oklahoma - Norman) Start Time: 7:00pm
  • 😂 JR Brow (Loony Bin Comedy Club - Oklahoma City) 1 day left
  • 🎨 Little Women (ArtWorks Academy of Performing Arts - Norman) Start Time: 7:00pm
  • LIVE! on the Plaza: PRIDE on the Plaza (Plaza District - Oklahoma City) Start Time: 6:00pm LIVE! on the Plaza is the Plaza District's free & monthly artwalk featuring art shows, live entertainment, great food and local shopping. Join us as we celebrate one of Oklahoma City's best monthly festivals!
    More details to be announced!
  • My So Called Band in Concert (Tower Theatre Studio - Oklahoma City) Step back in time with 1990s tribute group My So Called Band as they take the Tower Theatre stage. This Oklahoma City…
  • 🏃 Run for Recognition 5K (Oklahoma City) Join us for the Annual Run for Recognition benefiting Special Olympics Oklahoma! This 5K and 1 Mile Fun Run serves to raise awareness and money for our local Special Olympics community.
    http://www.RunForRecognition.com
  • Sensory Night Where the Wild Things Are Night (Myriad Botanical Gardens - Oklahoma City) Start Time: 6:00pm An event for families with children with special needs, join us inside the Children’s Garden for
  • 🍴 Shades of Motown (The Yellow Rose Dinner Theatre - Moore) Start Time: 7:00pm
  • 🎓 Summer Drama Workshop I (University of Central Oklahoma - Edmond) Last Day Start Time: 9:00am Join us for a week of fun! Two tracks available: Youth (ages 7-12) and Teen (Ages 13-18). June 10-14 from 9 am to 5 pm. (Drop off begins at 8:30 am and...
  • 🎨 Summer Signature Tour (Western Heritage Museum - Oklahoma City) Last Day Start Time: 1:00pm
  • Trace Adkins in Concert (Grand Casino Hotel & Resort - Shawnee) Travel to Grand Casino Hotel & Resort in Shawnee to see country music superstar Trace Adkins live onstage. Known for his…
  • Wild Plants (Myriad Botanical Gardens - Oklahoma City) Start Time: 1:00pm Friday, June 14, 1-2 pm Children’s Garden Festival Programming Tent Member $10; Nonmember $12 Best for ages 6 to 10 REGISTER HERE From vines and edibles to carnivorous plants and stinky flowers, join us for a closer look at these plants and learn why they have these qualities. Participants will end by decorating a pot and planting their very…
  • ə'strā (Oklahoma Contemporary - Oklahoma City) Thru Sun, Jun 16th See an original modern and aerial dance concert at Oklahoma Contemporary Arts Center, as Perpetual Motion Dance…

Saturday, Jun 15th

  • Art Show at DNA Galleries (Plaza District - Oklahoma City) Thru Sun, Jul 7th Start Time: 6:00pm A solo show featuring Oklahoma artist Alicia Saltina Marie Clark.
  • Asian District Night Market Festival (Original Military Park - Oklahoma City) Explore everything Oklahoma City's Asian District has to offer during the summer Night Market Festival. Celebrate…
  • Bricktown Blues Festival (Sheridan Ave & Oklahoma Ave - Oklahoma City) Day 2 of 2 The Bricktown Blues Festival in Oklahoma City features live performances by many popular area bands throughout the…
  • Evita (Mitch Park Amphitheatre - Edmond) Last Day Come to the Mitch Park Amphitheatre in Edmond for a must-see performance of "Evita" by Upstage Theatre. Watch the…
  • Gypsy Glam Roadshow Music & Wine Festival (Will Rogers Exhibition Center - Oklahoma City) The Gypsy Glam Roadshow Music & Wine Festival in Oklahoma City will highlight Oklahoma wineries, breweries and local…
  • Heard on Hurd (Edmond) On the third Saturday of each month, downtown Edmond hosts a pop-up community celebration called Heard on Hurd. Walk through…
  • Iowa Tribal Powwow (Iowa Tribal Complex - Perkins) 1 day left The Iowa Tribe of Oklahoma hosts its annual Iowa Tribal Powwow in Perkins this June. Attend a weekend full of events…
  • 😂 JR Brow (Loony Bin Comedy Club - Oklahoma City) Last Day
  • NRHA Derby (Oklahoma State Fair Park - Oklahoma City) Thru Sat, Jun 22nd Experience a fierce Western riding competition, featuring riders guiding elite horses through a precise pattern of…
  • 🏆 OKC Energy FC vs. San Antonio FC (Taft Stadium - Oklahoma City) Start Time: 8:00pm Experience the excitement of major league soccer in Oklahoma as the Oklahoma City Energy Football Club takes on San Antonio…
  • Silent Planet in Concert (89th Street Collective - Oklahoma City) Silent Planet is best known for their metal riffs, complex lyrics and heavy vocals. Come see this metal rock band live as…
  • Shawnee Trail Days Art & Wine Festival (Downtown - Shawnee) Go back in time at Shawnee Trail Days, where history comes alive with live demonstrations, a cooking contest and plenty of…
  • ə'strā (Oklahoma Contemporary - Oklahoma City) 1 day left See an original modern and aerial dance concert at Oklahoma Contemporary Arts Center, as Perpetual Motion Dance…

Sunday, Jun 16th

  • Art Show at DNA Galleries (Plaza District - Oklahoma City) Thru Sun, Jul 7th Start Time: 6:00pm A solo show featuring Oklahoma artist Alicia Saltina Marie Clark.
  • Eddie Izzard (Rose State College Hudiburg Chevrolet Center - Midwest City) See English comedian and actor Eddie Izzard bring his brand new show, "Wunderbar," to the Rose State…
  • Iowa Tribal Powwow (Iowa Tribal Complex - Perkins) Last Day The Iowa Tribe of Oklahoma hosts its annual Iowa Tribal Powwow in Perkins this June. Attend a weekend full of events…
  • NRHA Derby (Oklahoma State Fair Park - Oklahoma City) Thru Sat, Jun 22nd Experience a fierce Western riding competition, featuring riders guiding elite horses through a precise pattern of…
  • Sunday Twilight Concert Series (Myriad Botanical Gardens - Oklahoma City) Bring a lawn chair, a picnic and the whole family to the Sunday Twilight Concert Series on the Myriad Botanical…
  • ə'strā (Oklahoma Contemporary - Oklahoma City) Last Day See an original modern and aerial dance concert at Oklahoma Contemporary Arts Center, as Perpetual Motion Dance…

Monday, Jun 17th

  • Art Show at DNA Galleries (Plaza District - Oklahoma City) Thru Sun, Jul 7th Start Time: 6:00pm A solo show featuring Oklahoma artist Alicia Saltina Marie Clark.
  • NRHA Derby (Oklahoma State Fair Park - Oklahoma City) Thru Sat, Jun 22nd Experience a fierce Western riding competition, featuring riders guiding elite horses through a precise pattern of…

Tuesday, Jun 18th

  • Art Show at DNA Galleries (Plaza District - Oklahoma City) Thru Sun, Jul 7th Start Time: 6:00pm A solo show featuring Oklahoma artist Alicia Saltina Marie Clark.
  • Fiddler on the Roof (Celebrity Attractions - Oklahoma City) Thru Sun, Jun 23rd "Fiddler on the Roof," the Tony Award-winning musical that has captured the hearts of people all over the world…
  • NRHA Derby (Oklahoma State Fair Park - Oklahoma City) Thru Sat, Jun 22nd Experience a fierce Western riding competition, featuring riders guiding elite horses through a precise pattern of…
  • Wheeler Criterium (Oklahoma City) Once the weather starts warming up, gather your crew and head south of the Oklahoma River for the Wheeler Criterium each and…

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What's happening around town (Wed, Apr 17th - Tue, Apr 23rd)

Oklahoma City's event list.

Ongoing

Wednesday, Apr 17th

  • 89er Days Celebration (Downtown - Guthrie) Thru Sat, Apr 20th The annual 89er Days Celebration commemorates the Land Run of 1889 and the birth of Guthrie. On April 22, 1889, tens of…
  • 🍴 Anthem Drown Night! (HiLo Club - Oklahoma City) Our local friends at Anthem Brewing Co. have some great beers! Every Wednesday night from 9pm to close enjoy $8 Drown Night! Their Power Pils will be flowing!
  • Bi-Weekly Meetup (51st st. Speakeasy - Oklahoma City) Start Time: 5:00pm
  • The Borgen Project Info Session (Oklahoma City Community College - Oklahoma City) Start Time: 6:30pm Advocacy? Policy? Volunteering? Internships? Global aid work? These are all things The Borgen Project have opportunities to make sure you can have all of these. Come out to Oklahoma City Community College Rm 2F1 and learn about how you can join the work!
  • 🎓 Botanical Balance FREE Yoga (Myriad Botanical Gardens - Oklahoma City) Start Time: 5:45pm Botanical Balance FREE YOGA presented by Fowler Toyota, sponsored by Tinker Federal Credit Union and Stephenson Cancer Center Tuesdays, 5:45 pm and Saturdays, 8 am Check in at the Visitor Center and find out location which changes depending on the season Instructors provided by This Land Yoga Bring a mat, water, and an “open mind”…
  • Bright Star (Lyric at the Plaza - Oklahoma City) Thru Sat, Apr 20th Travel to the American South from the 1920s-40s to watch a story of love and hope as Lyric Theatre presents: Bright Star.…
  • 🏆 Oklahoma City Dodgers vs. Omaha Storm Chasers (Chickasaw Bricktown Ballpark - Oklahoma City) 1 day left Start Time: 7:05pm
  • 🍴 Dope Poetry Night (ICE Event Center - Oklahoma City) Start Time: 7:30pm Every Wednesday night at the Ice Event Center Sports Bar and Grill located at the heart of Oklahoma City! Sign ups begin at 7pm and show begins at 7:30pmish. Free Admission! Free vendor set up! Bar Restaurant
  • Easter Story Time (Guthrie Library - Guthrie) Start Time: 10:30am Please RSVP for this event! Join us for Story Time and an Easter Egg Hunt in the Library! RSVP Via Facebook or by Calling 405-282-0050 EXT. 3 Must RSVP...
  • 🎓 Eggstravaganza (Sam Noble Museum - Norman) Start Time: 4:00pm Join us for a spring party of Jurassic proportions, complete with spring crafts, face painting, an egg hunt and more! All visitors will receive a FREE...
  • Headliner: Andy Middleton (University of Central Oklahoma - Edmond) Start Time: 7:30pm
  • 🎓 Job Readiness Workshops (Norman Public Library - Norman) Start Time: 10:30am Adults, join us for two workshops that will help you get ready for a job. The first workshop will cover Resume Building & Interview Preparation on...
  • 🎓 OCCC Signature Series: David Grann (Oklahoma City Community College - Oklahoma City) Start Time: 1:00pm Oklahoma City Community College's Paul W. Sechrist Signature Lecture Series will feature David Grann, the New York Times bestselling author of Killers of the Flower Moon Wednesday, April 17 at 1 p.m. in the college’s Visual and Performing Arts Center Theater. This lecture is free and open to the public. Light refreshments will be served and a…
  • Reading Wednesdays, Ages 2-5 (Myriad Botanical Gardens - Oklahoma City) Start Time: 9:30am Reading Wednesdays Every Wednesday, 9:30 am The Garden Classroom FREE Best for ages 2 to 5 Bring your youngster for story time each Wednesday at 9:30 am. Books are nature-themed and selected based on the season. We’ll begin with an interactive song and children will enjoy creating a small craft after the story. Join us the last Wednesday of…
  • Revenge of the Plants! All about Carnivorous Plants (Myriad Botanical Gardens - Oklahoma City) Start Time: 6:00pm Wednesday, April 17, 6-7pm The Garden Classroom Member $12; Nonmember $15 Best for ages 8 to 11 Register by Wednesday, April 10 REGISTER HERE Learn about some of the wackiest vegetation in the world – carnivorous plants! Kids will learn how these meat-eating plants work, why they eat meat and how to keep them alive. We’ll make a fun craft to…
  • SINGO Wednesdays (Lower Bricktown - Oklahoma City) Start Time: 6:30pm Beat the midweek hump with the new bar game that everyone is talking about! SINGO is a new and exciting musical spin on the traditional game of Bingo. Instead of listening for a number, players are listening to their favorite music. Enjoy 1/2 price domestic drafts & discounted appetizers! Plus we will be giving prizes each night to the winners.…
  • 😂 Tom Clark (Loony Bin Comedy Club - Oklahoma City) Thru Sat, Apr 20th
  • The Wailers in Concert (Tower Theatre Studio - Oklahoma City) Jamaican reggae and ska vocal group The Wailers are headed to Oklahoma City's Tower Theatre for an evening of legendary…

Thursday, Apr 18th

  • 3rd Friday Block pARTy & Redbud Festival (Downtown - Shawnee) Day 1 of 2 During the 3rd Friday Block pARTy in Shawnee, local restaurants, art galleries and merchants are open late in the downtown…
  • 89er Days Celebration (Downtown - Guthrie) Thru Sat, Apr 20th The annual 89er Days Celebration commemorates the Land Run of 1889 and the birth of Guthrie. On April 22, 1889, tens of…
  • Art Adventures (Fred Jones Jr. Museum of Art - Norman) Start Time: 10:30am
  • Bright Star (Lyric at the Plaza - Oklahoma City) Thru Sat, Apr 20th Travel to the American South from the 1920s-40s to watch a story of love and hope as Lyric Theatre presents: Bright Star.…
  • 🏆 Central OK: University of Central Oklahoma Baseball vs Fort Hays State (Edmond) Day 1 of 2 Start Time: 7:00pm University of Central Oklahoma Baseball vs Fort Hays State https://www.bronchosports.com/calendar.aspx?id=6299
  • 🎭 The Comedy Magic & Mentalism of Max Krause 13+ (Max's Magic Theatre - OKC - Oklahoma City) Start Time: 9:15pm 13+ Ages
  • 🏆 Oklahoma City Dodgers vs. Omaha Storm Chasers (Chickasaw Bricktown Ballpark - Oklahoma City) Last Day Start Time: 7:05pm
  • Everything You Need to Know About How to Start Growing Food (Myriad Botanical Gardens - Oklahoma City) Start Time: 6:00pm Thursday, April 18, 6-8pm The Garden Classroom Member $8; Nonmember $12 Dale Spoonemore, From Seed to Spoon Register by Friday, April 12 REGISTER HERE
    Learn the basics and a whole lot more in this session with local expert Dale Spoonemore. Dale is a self-taught gardener who converted his suburban backyard into an organic farm. By utilizing…
  • 🎓 INTERFACE (Cox Convention Center - Oklahoma City) Start Time: 8:30am This conference is a combination of Best-in-Breed hardware and software solutions, along with local experts and organizations to help educate, advise and connect you to resources that can help you meet your goals. Covering IT Infrastructure, BC/DR, IT Security, and Enterprise Communications, you'll find presentations, panel discussions and…
  • A Night of Testimony (Fred Jones Jr. Museum of Art - Norman) Start Time: 7:00pm Miriam Friedmann Morris and Lorne Richstone, Associate Professor of Music at OU, will discuss the legacy of the Holocaust through the work of Morris’s...
  • Oil Can Classic (Lazy E Arena - Guthrie) Thru Sat, Apr 20th The Oil Can Classic at Lazy E Arena in Guthrie is an officially sanctioned American Quarter Horse Association Event. See…
  • OKC Cannacon (Cox Convention Center - Oklahoma City) Day 1 of 2 Start Time: 10:00am CannaCon will provide an interactive gathering of like-minded professionals uniting leading pioneers and entrepreneurs with investors and experts discussing the latest industry developments. Access the next generation of cannabis technology and consumer products while discovering what trends influence the future marketplace of 2019-and beyond.…
  • Prairie-to-Table Dining at the Cowboy (Western Heritage Museum - Oklahoma City) Start Time: 6:00pm Western States Plaza and Gardens (Rain back-up location: S.B. “Burk” Burnett Board Room) Join Museum President & CEO Natalie Shirley and experience flavors of the American West through great food and drink. The special prairie-themed menu is prepared and presented by the Petroleum Club of Oklahoma City. Cash bar. $65, $55 for Museum members.…
  • Saints Sessions (Saints - Oklahoma City) Head to the Plaza District for an evening of Saints Sessions programming featuring 2009 Oklahoma History Society Funk &…
  • Sensory Easter Night in the Crystal Bridge presented by Sprouts (Myriad Botanical Gardens - Oklahoma City) Start Time: 6:00pm Thursday, April 18, 6-8pm Member child $10; Nonmember child $12 Best for ages 0-12 REGISTER HERE
    Join us inside the Crystal Bridge for an Easter evening tailored for families with special needs children. This is not an Easter egg hunt, but a fun-filled evening for families and typically developing siblings. There are festive booths and…
  • 🎨 Teen Anime Night (Guthrie Library - Guthrie) Start Time: 6:00pm We will choose between three anime and partake in snackage. The City of Guthrie, OK - Municipal Government Talk around guthrie where nobody gets...
  • 😂 Tom Clark (Loony Bin Comedy Club - Oklahoma City) Thru Sat, Apr 20th
  • 🎨 Verbode Urban Core Artists Exhibit 1 Opening Reception (Verbode - Oklahoma City) Start Time: 6:00pm Verbode Urban Core Artists: Local art show to benefit The Homeless Alliance opens at Verbode on April 18
    A new art show, Verbode Urban Core Artists, will feature the work of: Christie Owen, Marissa Raglin, Trevar Peterson, Tim Cooper, Katie Henderson, Kendall Schulz, and Tim Kowalczyk. The collective of professional artists are from Oklahoma…
  • Wind Symphony in Concert (Starbucks - Edmond) Start Time: 7:30pm Join UCO for a full program of wind symphony concert tunes at Mitchell Hall at UCO in Edmond. See what rhythms await you on…

Friday, Apr 19th

  • 3rd Friday Block pARTy & Redbud Festival (Downtown - Shawnee) Day 2 of 2 During the 3rd Friday Block pARTy in Shawnee, local restaurants, art galleries and merchants are open late in the downtown…
  • 89er Days Celebration (Downtown - Guthrie) 1 day left The annual 89er Days Celebration commemorates the Land Run of 1889 and the birth of Guthrie. On April 22, 1889, tens of…
  • The Annie Oakley in Concert (The Blue Door - Oklahoma City) Start Time: 8:00pm Head to The Blue Door in Oklahoma City for an intimate performance by The Annie Oakley in the venue's listening room. A…
  • Boosie Badazz (The Criterion - Oklahoma City) Start Time: 7:30pm
  • Bright Star (Lyric at the Plaza - Oklahoma City) 1 day left Travel to the American South from the 1920s-40s to watch a story of love and hope as Lyric Theatre presents: Bright Star.…
  • 🏆 Central OK: University of Central Oklahoma Baseball vs Fort Hays State (Edmond) Day 2 of 2 Start Time: 7:00pm University of Central Oklahoma Baseball vs Fort Hays State https://www.bronchosports.com/calendar.aspx?id=6299
  • 🏆 Central OK: University of Central Oklahoma Softball vs Emporia State (Tailgating Lot - Edmond) Start Time: 2:00pm University of Central Oklahoma Softball vs Emporia State Streaming Video: http://themiaanetwork.com/ucobronchos/ https://bronchosports.com/calendar.aspx?id=6238
  • 🏆 Central OK: University of Central Oklahoma Softball vs Emporia State (Tailgating Lot - Edmond) Start Time: 4:00pm University of Central Oklahoma Softball vs Emporia State Streaming Video: http://themiaanetwork.com/ucobronchos/ https://bronchosports.com/calendar.aspx?id=6239
  • Community Egg and Candy Hunt! (Andrews Park - Norman) Start Time: 5:30pm Activities start at 5:30 pm and the Egg Hunt begins at 6:30 pm. Activities include Easter Bunny photos, inflatables, face painting, music, sno cones,...
  • Day of Remembrance (Oklahoma City National Memorial - Oklahoma City) Each year, visitors gather at the Oklahoma City National Memorial & Museum in downtown Oklahoma City to remember those…
  • 🏆 Oklahoma City Dodgers vs. Iowa Cubs (Chickasaw Bricktown Ballpark - Oklahoma City) Thru Mon, Apr 22nd Start Time: 7:05pm Come experience America's favorite pastime in downtown Oklahoma City as the Oklahoma City Dodgers take on the Iowa Cubs…
  • Foreigner in Concert (Riverwind Casino - Norman) Start Time: 8:00pm Head to Riverwind Casino in Norman for an exciting performance by Foreigner. Known for Top 10 hits like "I…
  • 🎓 Job Readiness Workshops (Norman Public Library - Norman) Start Time: 10:30am Adults, join us for two workshops that will help you get ready for a job. The first workshop will cover Resume Building & Interview Preparation on...
  • 🎡 Looking For Something? (The Blue Door - Oklahoma City) Start Time: 8:00pm Annie Oakley is a folk band fronted by twin sisters Grace and Sophia Babb, paired with the violin and one-liners of Nia Personette. We're keen on telling stories, finding the sweetest harmonies possible, and playing shows where we meet the listeners we're playing for.
  • My So Called Band in Concert (Tower Theatre Studio - Oklahoma City) Step back in time with 1990s tribute group My So Called Band as they take the Tower Theatre stage. This Oklahoma City…
  • OCU 2019 Annual Easter Egg Hunt (Oklahoma City University - Oklahoma City) Start Time: 10:30am All OCU Alumni and Friends are welcome to campus for this year's annual Easter Egg Hunt on Friday, April 19th from 10:30am-Noon. Children's activities...
  • Oil Can Classic (Lazy E Arena - Guthrie) 1 day left The Oil Can Classic at Lazy E Arena in Guthrie is an officially sanctioned American Quarter Horse Association Event. See…
  • OKC Cannacon (Cox Convention Center - Oklahoma City) Day 2 of 2 Start Time: 10:00am CannaCon will provide an interactive gathering of like-minded professionals uniting leading pioneers and entrepreneurs with investors and experts discussing the latest industry developments. Access the next generation of cannabis technology and consumer products while discovering what trends influence the future marketplace of 2019-and beyond.…
  • Norman Philharmonic Easter Concert (McFarlin Memorial United Methodist Church - Norman) Start Time: 8:00am
  • Skirvin Jazz Club - hosted by Christian Pearson (Skirvin Hilton - Oklahoma City) Start Time: 7:30pm Skirvin Jazz Club is an immersive live music experience at the historic Skirvin Hotel in Downtown Oklahoma City. We transform The Park Avenue Grill a swinging jazz club. We stage the band in the center of the room and seat the audience around the musicians, 360. We feature top talent, a full menu, and special featured drinks. This is the perfect…
  • 🎓 Surreptitious: The After Work Social Mixer (Avenue 101 - Oklahoma City) Start Time: 5:00pm $10 Fishbowls $3 Hennessy Black $1 Beers $10 Hookah ($5 the 1st Hour) 3 Wine ::NO COVER::
  • 😂 Tom Clark (Loony Bin Comedy Club - Oklahoma City) 1 day left
  • Visionaries (Oklahoma City Ballet - Oklahoma City) Day 1 of 2 Visionaries, presented by the OKC Ballet, is a triple bill at the Civic Center Music Hall in Oklahoma City. Get your tickets…
  • West Conf. Qtrs Gm 3: Trail Blazers at Thunder Rd 1 Hm Gm 1 (Chesapeake Energy Arena - Oklahoma City) Start Time: 8:30pm *** VERY IMPORTANT !! *** Sales to the Oklahoma City Thunder 2019 Home Playoff Games at Chesapeake Energy Arena will be restricted to residents of Oklahoma, Kansas, Arkansas, Missouri, and Nebraska. Residency will be based on credit card billing address. Orders by residents outside of this area will be cancelled without notice and refunds…

Saturday, Apr 20th

  • 89er Days Celebration (Downtown - Guthrie) Last Day The annual 89er Days Celebration commemorates the Land Run of 1889 and the birth of Guthrie. On April 22, 1889, tens of…
  • Bar Ruck (Fassler Hall - Oklahoma City) Have you ever wanted to do a 5k but don't like running? Do you like drinking? Do you like supporting local veteran…
  • 🎓 Botanical Balance FREE Yoga (Myriad Botanical Gardens - Oklahoma City) Start Time: 8:00am Botanical Balance FREE YOGA presented by Fowler Toyota, sponsored by Tinker Federal Credit Union and Stephenson Cancer Center Tuesdays, 5:45 pm and Saturdays, 8 am Check in at the Visitor Center and find out location which changes depending on the season Instructors provided by This Land Yoga Bring a mat, water, and an “open mind”…
  • Bright Star (Lyric at the Plaza - Oklahoma City) Last Day Travel to the American South from the 1920s-40s to watch a story of love and hope as Lyric Theatre presents: Bright Star.…
  • 🎨 Caddo Festival 2019 (Sam Noble Museum - Norman) Start Time: 10:00am Free Event!! Art Show, Symposium, Caddo Dances and everyone invited for this celebration of Caddo Culture. Plus Staged Reading of
  • 🏆 Oklahoma City Dodgers vs. Iowa Cubs (Chickasaw Bricktown Ballpark - Oklahoma City) Thru Mon, Apr 22nd Start Time: 7:05pm Come experience America's favorite pastime in downtown Oklahoma City as the Oklahoma City Dodgers take on the Iowa Cubs…
  • Choctaw Easter Egg Hunt (Choctaw Creek Park - Choctaw) Grab your baskets and join the hunt for more than 15,000 candy-filled eggs at the City of Choctaw's annual Easter Egg…
  • Easter Egg Hunts (Myriad Botanical Gardens - Oklahoma City) Start Time: 10:00am Details to come for both the Children’s Easter Egg Hunt and the Dogs’ Easter Egg Hunt! Stay tuned.
  • Easter Eggstravaganza (Orr Family Farm Event Barn - Oklahoma City) Gather your Easter baskets and celebrate this holiday with a day of family fun at Orr Family Farm in…
  • 🏃 Easter Run (Council Road Baptist Church - Bethany) Hundreds of runners participate in 10k and 5k races and a One-Mile Fun Walk. The event is at The Cube at Council Road Baptist Church and benefits House of Healing, a local organization that helps teenage girls, many with difficult pasts, find emotional and spiritual healing and discover freedom, hope and restoration.
  • Edmond Farmer's Market (Festival Marketplace - Edmond) Start Time: 8:00am
  • Ian Moore in Concert (Tower Theatre Studio - Oklahoma City) Texas-born singer, songwriter and guitarist Ian Moore takes the stage at Oklahoma City's Tower Theatre, performing…
  • LANCO in Concert (Riverwind Casino - Norman) LANCO entered the country music scene in 2013, releasing their debut full-length album "Hallelujah Nights" in…
  • 🏃 Jones Longhorn Stampede (Jones High School - Jones) The Jones Longhorn Stampede is a certified and time sanctioned 5K run and one mile fun run event sponsored by the Jones Middle School PTA. The proceeds of this event will go to benefit the Jones Middle School for any needed improvements to the school and to enhance the learning environment for our students.
  • 🏃 NormanNEXT Off to the Races Zero K / 5K (Reaves Park - Norman)
  • Oil Can Classic (Lazy E Arena - Guthrie) Last Day The Oil Can Classic at Lazy E Arena in Guthrie is an officially sanctioned American Quarter Horse Association Event. See…
  • 🏆 OKC Energy FC vs. Orange County SC (Taft Stadium - Oklahoma City) Start Time: 7:30pm Experience the excitement of major league soccer in Oklahoma as the Oklahoma City Energy Football Club takes on the Orange…
  • Purple Reign Tribute in Concert (Grand Casino Hotel & Resort - Shawnee) Step back in time to the Purple Rain era at this award-winning Prince tribute show at the Grand Casino Event Center in…
  • Spring Garden Tour (Western Heritage Museum - Oklahoma City) Start Time: 10:00am Museum Gardens Museum docents offer a tour of the Museum Gardens. Enjoy the plethora of plants and flowers native to the American West. Learn about the land in which the story of the West is rooted. Leave plenty of time to check out The Museum Store! Free to Museum members or with Museum admission. Weather permitting.
  • 😂 Tom Clark (Loony Bin Comedy Club - Oklahoma City) Last Day
  • 🏃 UCO ROTC 7th Annual Gold Bar 5K Run (University of Central Oklahoma - Edmond) Start Time: 8:00am
  • Visionaries (Oklahoma City Ballet - Oklahoma City) Day 2 of 2 Visionaries, presented by the OKC Ballet, is a triple bill at the Civic Center Music Hall in Oklahoma City. Get your tickets…
  • Water Lantern Festival (Route 66 Park, Lake Overholser - Yukon) Enjoy a fun day by the water filled with food trucks and fun at the annual Water Lantern Festival in Yukon. This one-day…

Sunday, Apr 21st

  • 🏆 Oklahoma City Dodgers vs. Iowa Cubs (Chickasaw Bricktown Ballpark - Oklahoma City) 1 day left Start Time: 7:05pm Come experience America's favorite pastime in downtown Oklahoma City as the Oklahoma City Dodgers take on the Iowa Cubs…
  • of Montreal in Concert (Tower Theatre Studio - Oklahoma City) Get ready to dance to of Montreal's eclectic sounds and unique beats at Tower Theatre in Oklahoma City. This Georgia…
  • 🏆 West Conf. Qtrs Gm 4: Trail Blazers at Thunder Rd 1 Hm Gm 2 (Chesapeake Energy Arena - Oklahoma City) Start Time: 8:30pm *** VERY IMPORTANT !! *** Sales to the Oklahoma City Thunder 2019 Home Playoff Games at Chesapeake Energy Arena will be restricted to residents of Oklahoma, Kansas, Arkansas, Missouri, and Nebraska. Residency will be based on credit card billing address. Orders by residents outside of this area will be cancelled without notice and refunds…

Monday, Apr 22nd

  • 🏆 Oklahoma City Dodgers vs. Iowa Cubs (Chickasaw Bricktown Ballpark - Oklahoma City) Last Day Start Time: 7:05pm Come experience America's favorite pastime in downtown Oklahoma City as the Oklahoma City Dodgers take on the Iowa Cubs…
  • Taste of Midwest City (Reed Conference Center - Midwest City) Pair rich red wines and dry white wines with the best eats Midwest City has to offer. The Taste of Midwest City features…

Tuesday, Apr 23rd

  • Festival of the Arts (Bicentennial Park - Oklahoma City) Thru Sun, Apr 28th Known as Oklahoma City's annual "rite of spring," the Festival of the Arts is a six-day community celebration…
  • Wheeler Criterium (Oklahoma City) Once the weather starts warming up, gather your crew and head south of the Oklahoma River for the Wheeler Criterium each and…

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