Citizens Bank of Edmond and the Independent Shopkeepers Association are teaming up to help spur economic growth for Oklahoma’s entrepreneurs and small business owners. Applications are open until Oct. 30.
The October edition will take place on Friday, October 23 and Saturday, October 24 and will put you in the fall spirit with seasonal promotions and activities for those shopping, eating, and visiting the district as well as for the folks at home.
We hit the road to give a shout out to Factory Obscura before heading to Oklahoma Contemporary Arts Center and an interview with Executive Director Eddie Walker, delving into all things OK Contemp and their fantastic new facility. We also talk Oktoberfest options in OKC, a quick retail update, outdoor shopping options and more.
While 2020 has not been kind to retail, Chisholm Creek has been able to expand its square footage with its newest addition, The Shops at Market Street, and added several new concepts to its dining and retail offerings.
If running around looking at pumpkin murals isn’t your thing, maybe you’re more into doing some outdoor shopping. On Saturday, local vendors will pop up in Scissortail Park for the weekly night market. Make plans to attend and #ShopLocal.
A team from Bar K popped up in the Boathouse District on Oct. 3 as part of RIVERSPORT's Outdoors in October events. BarK Co-owner and Partner David Hensley said he's excited about the spot in Oklahoma City.
New 'AudaCity' podcast: Convention Center tour, Cox Center/film production, marathon, Surfin’ OKC, road trippin', more
Once again coming to you safely outdoors from Kerr Park, we discuss Convention Center construction, Scissortail Park’s birthday, possible Cox Center conversion/growing film & TV production in OKC, how the OKC Memorial Marathon will work in the upcoming days, the new Surf OKC facility, day/road trip options around OK and more.
We highlight some of our favorite Chamber members from whence you can source a cup of joe, as well as the growth of our local roasting industry and those that turn the world’s favorite green bean into what many of us might refer to as our “dark master.”