The annual juried Photofest opens during Paseo's First Friday festivities in the Paseo Arts & Creativity Center, along with another new exhibition by artists Jenny Lee and Nichol Vagrosky.
While you may be tired of smelling your after-lunch breath under your mask, the data shows the mandate is working and we want you to keep wearing your mask. Thereís even a new campaign with a catchy song to help you remember why itís important. Check it out!
Local COVID research and medical marijuana will be discussed at this monthís Chamber events. And you can eat whatever you want at your desk while virtually networking. Learn more and get registered.
The Chamberís events team has been working hard to give you a high-quality, virtual professional development conference, so plan on being ďthereĒ Oct. 29. There will be two keynote speakers, networking and more. Read about all the ticket options.
Having a beautiful, vibrant, clean city is critical for Oklahoma Cityís future growth. The parks and the foundations that run them have partnered to provide places where visitors can relax, learn and keep entertained no matter the season. Read more about the nonprofit organizations that can use your help.
As more people are working from home and looking for options to get outdoors, golf has seen a surge in players. If youíre tired of playing the course near your house, see other affordable options around the city.
Whether you want to go fishing or you want to take your skateboard up a giant ramp, those two activities are one of many entertainment options at the cityís lakes and surrounding park. Check out what each lake has to offer, including kayak and canoe rentals provided by RIVERSPORT.
For some, the worst aspect of the cancellation of the Oklahoma State Fair is the inability to cruise the food stalls, taking in the sights, sounds, smells and tastes of a truly singular culinary experience. But fear not! They're throwing a Fair Food To-Go party August 20-23, and you're invited.