The Oklahoma City Zoo animals’ artwork is still on display at the Myriad Botanical Gardens, so be sure to go check it out. You’ll see that the snakes are incredibly talented. Other things to check out this week include the opening of Frost/Nixon at Lyric Theater’s Plaza District location and browse dozens of art galleries on Friday at the Paseo District’s monthly art walk.
White Water Bay will become Six Flags Hurricane Harbor when the park opens next spring for the 2020 season. The Wahoo Racer, a multi-lane water racing slide, will also make its debut.
With ample Victorian charm and the friendliest folks this side of the Mississippi, Guthrie is an attractive stop to slow down and really take in your surroundings.
The Oklahoma City zoo’s talented animals have their art work on display until Sept. 13 at the Myriad Botanical Gardens Crystal Bridge. But there’s plenty of other things to see and do, including learn about dinosaurs, take one of three free yoga classes, or see a film at Artspace At Untitled’s Summer Sessions event.
Remington Park’s thoroughbred season starts Friday, with weekly live racing. In 2018, the park contributed more than $25 million to the state’s education budget, which is its highest total ever.
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We also discuss Elevate, the Chamber's newest event (a day-long professional development conference with an after-party), Tinker developments and feature an interview with Tinker base commander Col. Paul Filcek.
You can escape the heat on Wednesday by seeing the classic comedy movie, “Three Amigos!” at the National Cowboy and Western Heritage Museum. There are competitions to be seen nearly every day this week, with professional baseball and soccer games starting Tuesday and thoroughbred racing returning to Remington Park on Friday. On Sunday, take your dog to Remington Park for the annual Remington Bark event.
You can still see the OKCMOA's newest blockbuster exhibition, Van Gogh, Monet, Degas: The Mellon Collection of French Art from the Virginia Museum of Fine Arts, until Sep. 22.