If you’re new to the area, it’s not too late to participate in the primary election. But act fast to get registered. Find out more about the June 30 election and what will be on the ballot.
OKC Animal Welfare has cats and dogs waiting to come be the star of your next virtual event. If a dog catches your eye, don’t forget you’ll need a leash for all those walks. Read more about pet adoptions and leash laws in OKC.
The travel magazine Hemispheres is asking readers to nominate their favorite places. Nominations are due June 1.
You finally have the chance to meet the Internet sensation, Tim the Security Guard at #HashtagTheCowboy. And there’s a new place for your little cowpokes to run around. Check out what else there is to do at the reopened museum.
Water, water everywhere should not be the situation in your front yard and especially on your sidewalk. Read about the lawn-watering rules in the City so you don’t become the topic of conversation on NextDoor.
Pedal boats, a Farmers Market and a tropical conservatory are just a few reasons to head downtown and check out the luscious Scissortail Park and Myriad Gardens. See what is currently available to do and what’s to reopen soon at these downtown oases.
When you spend those dollar bills in Oklahoma City, you’re supporting city services. So shopping local is highly important here. Read more about why shopping in the city is helpful.