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Lifestyle / October 29, 2019

Tricks, treats and terrors

Thereís still time to get in some spooky and not-scary fun before Halloween celebrations come to an end.

By Kennedy Parker
Lifestyle / October 29, 2019

Celebrate the holiday with locally-made sweets

Halloween is a very important time of year: itís a time to celebrate all things spooky, pumpkins, costumes; and most importantly, itís the perfect time to satisfy your sweet tooth.

By Kennedy Parker
Lifestyle / October 29, 2019

Things to Do & See: October 29 - November 4, 2019

This is your last week to check out The Rocky Horror Show, being put on by local talent at Lyric Theatre. The Portland Trailblazers will be in town on Wednesday to face the Thunder. And after Halloween, be sure to head to the Plaza District to celebrate Dia de Los Muertos (Day of the Dead). Find out here where to encounter zombies, great art exhibits and a documentary showing.

By Chamber Staff
Lifestyle / October 23, 2019

New Bethany library to open in November

The library features a makerspace with cutting-edge technology, tech-friendly community meeting spaces, a separate childrenís programming/event space, outdoor reading porches and one-of-a-kind public art.

By Staff Reports
Lifestyle / October 22, 2019

Elevate your workaday life

If youíve been paying any attention at all to the Greater OKC Chamberís social media accounts lately and/or been reading VeloCityOKC.com regularly (as you should), you probably have heard a little something about Elevate, OKCís newest, biggest and best professional development conference.

By Nate Fisher
Lifestyle / October 22, 2019

MAPS -> MAPS 4

If youíre new to OKC, you may not be aware of what are generally considered the ďseedsĒ of OKCís ongoing renaissance. MAPS, short for ďMetropolitan Area ProjectsĒ was a groundbreaking pay-as-you-go series of debt-free municipal projects funded by a temporary penny sales tax.

By Nate Fisher
Lifestyle / October 22, 2019

Need to throw away dangerous stuff?

The City of OKCís Household Hazardous Waste facility provides an environmentally safe place for residents to dispose of household hazardous waste and is free to Oklahoma City residents.

By Nate Fisher
May 2018 Chamber Forum / May 16, 2018
Natalie Shirley
President & CEO of the
National Cowboy & Western Heritage Museum
A Chamber membership is one of the most important ways to get involved in the community. Participating in the Chamber makes a huge difference because you have a voice and can exercise it. A Chamber membership is an immediate and easy way to get involved in the Oklahoma City.