Oklahoma City is not only a great place to live, work and play. Itís a fantastic city for retired residents. One of the assets for senior residents is the new health and wellness centers. Read about the places that are open and whatís to come.
Is your family itching to get out of the house? Spend some time in the car and go visit these cities.
Whether you want action or laziness, the Adventure District has two animal-centric locations ready for you to visit. With most of the destination being outside, theyíre an easy place to be socially distant and have fun. Read more about whatís happening at Remington Park and the OKC Zoo.
Have you been to the Oklahoma City Museum of Art yet to see the current pop art exhibition? It will end Sept. 13, so make plans to visit soon. Read about what you can expect to see and COVID-19 health provisions in place.
Artists from across the globe have their work on display now at the National Cowboy and Western Heritage Museum, but it wonít be around much longer. Learn more about the annual art show and sale.
Tucked away south of the Oklahoma River is Stockyards City, where you can get a good steak and a nice pair of boots. The district also offers a look at the livestock industry. Check out what you can do in this historic area.
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.