On one side of the city, horses are racing every weekend. On the other side, at State Fair Park, several horse shows are coming to town, bringing a huge economic impact with them.
What do Spongebob Squarepants, Charlie Bucket and Miss Saigon all have in common? Youíll be able to learn more about each character during the 2019-2020 OKC Broadway season, which officially starts today with ďHello, Dolly!Ē.
World travelers, Atlas Obscura, will be at Factory Obscura today to debut their new book and play a trivia game. And thatís only the beginning of the activities this week. Be sure to get plenty of caffeine because youíll need it; with the OKC Thunder taking on the Memphis Grizzlies on Wednesday, live performances at Lyric Theater and the Civic Center Music Hall and three days of shopping this weekend at An Affair of the Heart.
What better place to celebrate National Book Month than the library. And to be more specific, celebrating with OKCís Metropolitan Library System.
Sometimes renting a book just isnít enough. We get it. Lucky for you, OKC has plenty of great retailers that will help you do so.
From a Presidential Medal of Freedom honoree to a Mexican cuisine-making chef, Oklahoma City was the starting place for a diverse, creative class. Is one of these authors a favorite of yours? Read more about their books and accolades.
Itís the final few days to try the musical swings at Bicentennial Park. This week, you can really start getting in the Halloween spirit with The Rocky Horror Show opening at Lyric Theatre and the first running of Haunted River Cruises. And be sure to take your little punkiní to see all sorts of pumpkins and scarecrows at Myriad Gardensí Pumpkinville, a fall tradition thatís open until Oct. 27.