The Oklahoma City Parks & Recreation Department offers sports for all ages around the year. Whether you’re into ball-bat sports or something on a court, the city can help you connect with your favorite pastime or help you get your child on a team.
If you want to play soccer or watch your kid play soccer with a close proximity to a cold brewski, we’d recommend checking out Soccer City.
Sometimes it may seem that there is so many new things to enjoy at the State Fair that it can be a little daunting trying to figure out where you should begin.
Registration is open for the Chamber's last two golf tournaments of the year, which are on Aug. 12 and Aug. 26.
The corporate rowing challenge returns July 8. But people can learn to row by taking a class, which is offered monthly from May to October.
The Outdoor Foundation recently announced its inaugural Thrive Outside Community Initiative grant recipients. Oklahoma City was selected along with Atlanta, Georgia; Grand Rapids, Michigan and San Diego, California.
The second of this year’s four Chamber Golf Tournaments is happening Monday, April 29 at Twin Hills Golf & Country Club.