One of the final MAPS 3 projects, Scissortail Park, opens Friday with a free, live concert by Oklahomaís own, Kings of Leon. Thereís plenty of festivities planned for the entire weekend. But before you pack up and head outside, pop into the Civic Center Music Hall and see Fiddler on the Roof, which opens Tuesday. The timeless classic is only here until Sunday.
Whether you have a passion for pumpkins or are just looking for an awesome autumn adventure for the family this pumpkin patch list is a gourd one for you.
Sometimes it may seem that there is so many new things to enjoy at the State Fair that it can be a little daunting trying to figure out where you should begin.
This is the last week to visit the Oklahoma State Fair, so be sure to go grab your favorite fair food before everything is packed up. This week is also the last few days to see Lyric Theatreís production of Frost/Nixon. Oh and be sure to take your family and friends to The Musical Swings, which make their debut on Sept. 20 at Bicentennial Park.
The Oklahoma State Fair is in town from Sept. 12 - 22.
Visit Bricktown Beach this month before it closes on Sept. 15. But if itís still too hot to spend much time outside, there are plenty of art exhibits around the city, such as Colors of Clay at the National Cowboy and Western Heritage Museum or Seeing Now at the 21C Museum Hotel. If you donít make to the state fair this week, it will be in town until Sept. 22.
The Oklahoma City Zoo animalsí artwork is still on display at the Myriad Botanical Gardens, so be sure to go check it out. Youíll see that the snakes are incredibly talented. Other things to check out this week include the opening of Frost/Nixon at Lyric Theaterís Plaza District location and browse dozens of art galleries on Friday at the Paseo Districtís monthly art walk.
With ample Victorian charm and the friendliest folks this side of the Mississippi, Guthrie is an attractive stop to slow down and really take in your surroundings.