You might be familiar with the song, ďIím just a bill,Ē so you have a basic knowledge of how federal government works. But how does government work in Oklahoma City? It could be different than your last hometown. Read up on who you could contact if you want to make your voice heard.
Now that youíve learned who represents your area on City Council, you should learn about the other people that serve your ward on different bodies in city government.
Itís that time again in U.S. history when every household is asked to tell the federal government how many people live under the roof. Donít throw away the form!
We know a daily high temperature of 65 degrees doesnít 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, buckiní bulls will be in downtown on Friday and Saturday for the PBR tour. Check out all the other events happening this week.
Ring in the New Year by spurring some ringing in your ears at the following shows. Support live music in the 4-0-5.
What better way to hear (and see, if you prefer video) about all the new and cool things in OKC than the AudaCityOKC show?
If you havenít been to our mother website abetterlifeokc.com recently, you should check it out, because weíve revamped the site, updated the content and added some new features that could be helpful to you (as well as friends that could benefit from moving to OKC, hint hint).
The Dr. Seuss classic, ďThe Cat In The Hat,Ē 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 ďRaiders of the Lost Ark.Ē Oh and donít 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.