As the holiday season quickly approaches, there is not a better time to roll up your sleeves and donate your time to a local nonprofit. Volunteering is also a great way to make new connections if you are new to Oklahoma City.
We’ve got to be honest: Keeping track of all the concert announcements is getting a little tough. It seems like every day, two or three amazing shows are announced for Oklahoma City.
On Thursday, you can get a firsthand account of history as Anne Frank’s stepsister, Eva Schloss, shares her Holocaust story at Oklahoma City Community College. Saturday is the unofficial start of the holiday season in downtown with Automobile Alley flipping on its light display. And don’t forget to try your hand – well your feet – at ice skating by taking a few laps around the Devon Ice Rink. See what else there is to do this week.
If you saw Kings of Leon for free at Scissortail Park’s grand opening or you’ve taken a ride down the Bricktown Canal, then you’ve experienced at least two MAPS projects.
Do you want to be cool? Then, you should make sure you’re registered to vote by Nov. 15. That is the last day you can register to vote if you want to cast your ballot in the MAPS election, being held Dec. 10.
With the holidays approaching, you might be in the search for small-talk topics. We have one that will wet your whistle.
Spongebob Squarepants comes to town this week, taking the stage at the Civic Center Music Hall until Sunday. The Oklahoma City Thunder will take on the Philadelphia 76ers on Friday and the former town of Britton will have a festival on Saturday. See what else there is to do this week.