So you want to buy a house, but you donít have all that down payment money saved yet? The Oklahoma Housing Finance Agency is here to help. Read more about OHFAís down payment assistance program.
The Oklahoma City Museum of Art is asking people for their support by drinking beer at six breweries around the metro. Itís one of three events the museum had to alter because of the pandemic, so all financial support is needed. Check out the plans for the fundraiser that starts Friday.
Grab your pumpkin spice latte while you read this list of pumpkin patches. Many of the patches have lots of family activities, so make a day out of it. See which patch is closest to you.
Have you made a plan for voting on Nov. 3? You can also vote earlier and be around fewer people. Read about your options for casting your ballot.
Grab your kiddos and head to Myriad Gardens to get all the pumpkin-filled photos you can
phathom fathom. The Great Pumpkin Patch will be ready for your visits starting Saturday. Learn more about the event that spans two weekends.
If running around looking at pumpkin murals isnít your thing, maybe youíre more into doing some outdoor shopping. On Saturday, local vendors will pop up in Scissortail Park for the weekly night market. Make plans to attend and #ShopLocal.
Whatís more patriotic than firing off all the firecrackers you can on July 4? Voting, of course! Read through this check list to see if youíre ready for Nov. 3.
The Chamber is hosting two events this month and youíll want to virtually attend both of them. By the end of the month, you could be more knowledgeable of the stateís thriving film industry and be a better employee. Learn more about whatís on the Chamberís October calendar.