The NBA trade deadline is over so go check out this scrappy team tonight, which is the only time this week you can catch them at home. There are plenty of options on Friday as love will fill the air. If you haven’t yet, go visit some of the exhibits at our museums, such as The Frybread Factory; NDN Pop Art exhibition or Cosmic Culture. See what else there is to see in OKC.
The most comprehensive collection of Andy Warhol's love of the Western genre is visiting Oklahoma City
Warhol and the West will be on display at the National Cowboy and Western Heritage Museum through Sunday, May 10.
The hit Broadway musical, “Come From Away” is now playing at the Civic Center Music Hall, with shows running through Sunday. If musicals aren’t your thing, be sure to check out the look back at the western classic, “True Grit” and see an exhibit about the two movies at the National Cowboy & Western Heritage Museum. And if shopping is more your style, An Affair of the Heart returns to State Fair Park on Friday. See what else you can do this week.
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We know a daily high temperature of 65 degrees doesn’t make you want to ice skate, but this week is your last chance to try it out in downtown Oklahoma City. The Devon Ice Rink closes Sunday. Also this week, our friends at the National Cowboy & Western Heritage Museum open a new exhibit, Warhol and the West. Speaking of the west, buckin’ bulls will be in downtown on Friday and Saturday for the PBR tour. Check out all the other events happening this week.
The Dr. Seuss classic, “The Cat In The Hat,” comes to life this week at Lyric Theatre in the Plaza District, with performances every day starting Thursday. The Oklahoma City Philharmonic Orchestra takes you on an adventure on Friday and Saturday, with a live performance of the music from “Raiders of the Lost Ark.” Oh and don’t miss the free admission day at the Oklahoma City National Memorial Museum on Saturday, sponsored by the OKC Thunder. See what else you can do this week as we wind down the first month of 2020.
Miss Saigon opens today at the Civic Center, brought to the city by OKC Broadway. On Thursday, there are two options to take in some art. And this weekend, get ideas on sprucing up your home or our yard at the annual OKC Home + Garden Show. See what else there is to do this week.
Things might be slowing down after the holiday season, but there’s still OKC Thunder games to watch at the Chesapeake Arena and a comedy show to see at the Tower Theatre. For those of you that are fans of John Wayne, be sure to get a ticket for A Date With the Duke, hosted by our friends at the National Cowboy and Western Heritage Museum. See what else you can do in OKC this week.