The Paseo Arts Association was able to bring the Oklahoma Sculpture Society’s Winter Sculpture Show to the Paseo Arts District for the first time ever.
Supporting locally-owned stores is always important, but this year – of all years – getting out and spending your money in neighborhood shops is crucial.
Whether you want to see more lights, do some local shopping, or ice skate, Downtown Oklahoma City is the place to be this holiday season.
For the past few weeks, we here at The Better Life headquarters have shared with you all the things to see in nearby cities. The series concludes this week with a holiday twist.
Even during a pandemic, you face no dearth of opportunities to engage in a “Turkey Trot” race, aka some type of fun, easy road race generally run on Thanksgiving morning where many participants may don even goofier attire than the standard, plenty-goofy-by-itself running gear.
Shawnee boasts a little something for everyone. Located on I-40 just forty-five minutes east of downtown Oklahoma City and minutes from I-44, I-35 and Route 66, Shawnee is a quick after-work jaunt or weekend outing.
There’s good news if you find yourself in any one (or more) of possible scenarios where the usual home-cooked Thanksgiving feast just isn’t gonna work this year.
COVID might be making us all Scrooges with so many cancellations, but Lyric Theatre is keeping the Christmas spirit alive in an innovative way. Make plans to see the annual Christmas Carol production at the Harn Homestead.