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Lifestyle / April 14, 2020

Education moves from schools to the living room

If teaching your kids isnít exactly the Pinterst-looking site you expected, we have some other ideas to keep your humans engaged. You can even feel good about telling them to watch TV. Read about some educational resources.

By Molly Fleming
Lifestyle / April 14, 2020

Race to keep away that #QuarantineBody

Are the steps you get from your desk to the fridge starting to add up? Maybe you need a new challenge to get your workout drive back. Find some virtual race ideas, even one thatís local.

By Molly Fleming
Lifestyle / April 7, 2020

Fishing for things to do?

When was the last time you dropped a line in the water? Now is the perfect time to get back to that pastime. Hereís what you need to know before you go fishing in the city.

By Nate Fisher
Lifestyle / April 7, 2020

Turkey turkey turkey, all night long

While cooking a ham for Easter might be more on your mind, itís actually turkey hunting season in the state. Get some tips on tracking one of these noble birds then head out to snag one. Be sure to get that hunting license first.

By Nate Fisher
Lifestyle / April 7, 2020

Shoot your shot

If putting holes in paper or taking some clay discs out of the sky is more your thing, there are options for that in the city as well. There are archery ranges to check out, too. See whatís open and go practice that shot before the next hunting season.

By Nate Fisher
Lifestyle / March 31, 2020

Remember our furry friends

While youíre hanging out at the house, why not get a new furry family member? OKC Animal Welfare is offering an adoption discount. Read more about how you can bring home a new snuggle buddy.

By Marcus Elwell
State of the City / January 18, 2018
Mick Cornett
Former mayor of Oklahoma City
I have had the good fortune to visit with mayors and chamber leadership from coast to coast. The Greater Oklahoma City Chamber is the best chamber of commerce anywhere.
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