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Lifestyle / November 10, 2020

Head north to visit Edmond

Even if you live in Edmond, you might not know all the cool things to do there. That’s ok, but this week our metro tour is highlighting the northern city. See what Edmond has to offer and safely visit soon.

By Kaylee McDaniel
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Lifestyle / November 3, 2020

Be thankful for the Chamber’s November events

If you want to talk to someone other than your coworkers or your dog (because cats will ignore you), then come to one of the Chamber’s virtual events in November. Networking is still offered so maybe you’ll meet a new prospect. Learn more about what’s planned.

By Justin Tinder
Lifestyle / November 3, 2020

Bang the drums! The Philharmonic is back!

The Oklahoma City Philharmonic resumed concerts in October, but there’s a fun one coming up this week. Be sure to take note of the new safety protocols. Check out the updated schedule.

By Justin Tinder
Lifestyle / November 3, 2020

Go explore the metro safely and start with Norman

Whether you want to see a Division 1 college campus or check out Route 66, all of it can be found in the Oklahoma City -- the “Greater” area, if you will. Read more about what you can find in the nearby cities, starting with Norman.

By Stefanie Brickman
Lifestyle / October 27, 2020

Pothole patrol

If you keep hitting that same pesky pothole every day, you can do something to get it fixed. So who ya gonna call? It won’t be the Ghostbusters. Learn more about the City of Oklahoma City’s process and keep the information handy as winter rolls into town.

By Marcus Elwell
Lifestyle / October 27, 2020

Get out and vote 2020

Were you planning to vote by mail? If so, today is the last day to request your ballot. But if you need more information about voting, including getting a look at the ballot, read more here.

By Marcus Elwell
Lifestyle / October 27, 2020

Rock out (responsibly)

Trust us, we miss live music, too. And we want to support all our awesome venues. You can do that now with a few shows on the schedule. But be sure to read the venues’ new safety protocols. Check out where you can see live music.

By Marcus Elwell
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.