If you have spent much time in Oklahoma City, chances are you have heard about the Metropolitan Area Projects (MAPS) program. Since 1993, MAPS has been the biggest driver of Oklahoma City’s renaissance, bringing voter-approved public investments throughout Oklahoma City communities -- and all debt free.
The holiday season is in full swing and one of the best ways to celebrate in Oklahoma City is during one of the many events scheduled as part of Downtown in December.
This land-locked, Midwestern state may not seem like it would be involved in the attack that brought the United States into World War II. But the state’s name is heard when discussing the day that has lived in infamy.
This time of year there’s always plenty to do and little time to do it. That’s why we created a list of all the best stories that were seen on VeloCityOKC.com in November.
Our friends at the National Cowboy and Western Heritage Museum invite you to visit tonight and paint the holiday stresses away while drinking some wine. Starting Wednesday, be sure to put a trip to the OSU-OKC campus in your plans so you can see the Red Earth Tree Festival. But as we mentioned before, there are plenty of events to get you in the holiday spirit, including watching everyone’s favorite holiday-hater, Ebenezer Scrooge at The Lyric Theater.
What do the Marine Corps Toys for Tots Foundation, Bright Sky Ministry, Turning Point Ministries and Serve More have in common? Besides being nonprofit organizations, they’ll all benefit from you getting up early on Thanksgiving Day and being a part of a 5-kilometer run.
The Christmas lights are bright on Broadway in downtown, but there’s more to see and do in the area to celebrate the holidays.
Shopping at stores in Oklahoma City is especially important in Oklahoma, where cities’ budgets are solely based on sales taxes. So the more you shop here, the more you help our police departments have up-to-date equipment or keep those pot holes filled.