This week, you can watch an Oklahoma City Dodgers baseball player blast a baseball into space as well as celebrate the 50th Anniversary of the moon landing. Live music, beach volleyball, and professional soccer are other exciting attractions this week.
Horse shows generate more hotel room nights in OKC than any market except leisure and corporate travel.
Lyric Theatre opens the Disney hit "Newsies" at the Civic Center Music Hall. But there’s plenty to do this week, including free yoga, an Asian District food tour, and a cocktail cruise on the Oklahoma River.
Baseball Hall of Fame catcher and OKC native Johnny Bench joins retiring Baseball Hall of Fame President Jeff Idelson and acclaimed photographer Jean Fruth Saturday, July 6 at Chickasaw Bricktown Ballpark to promote Grassroots Baseball, participate in a youth baseball clinic and a book signing.
Energy FC, COOP Ale Works and local food trucks are partnering so the Oklahoma City community can come together as #OneNationOneTeam and cheer on our U.S. Women’s National Team in the Final World Cup showdown.
There’s nothing better than watching fireworks adorn the sky on America’s birthday!
After celebrating Independence Day, head out to Taft Stadium to watch your Energy FC in action. You can find out about that and more in this week’s Things to Do & See.
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.