For some, the worst aspect of the cancellation of the Oklahoma State Fair is the inability to cruise the food stalls, taking in the sights, sounds, smells and tastes of a truly singular culinary experience. But fear not! They're throwing a Fair Food To-Go party August 20-23, and you're invited.
While Factory Obscuraís current exhibition MIX-TAPE is closed, you can still get a taste of that groupís creativity in your own home. From tie-dye t-shirts to origami mobile kits, there are plenty of ways to keep you and your small humans busy. Read more about the At Home options.
The wheels on school buses are about to start turning again, but the cityís public bus system, EMBARK, hardly ever stops. The award-winning system will get even better in the next few years. Learn more about the public bus system and make plans to use it on your next outing.
The OKC Streetcar is almost two years old and more than 500,000 people have hopped on board. Have you checked it out? Read about the OKC Streetcar and a new program to help you save money on your next venture to downtown.
If youíre itching to get inside that shiny metal-clad building downtown, your golden ticket is a membership to the Oklahoma Contemporary Arts Center. Some levels of membership even have nationwide perks. Read more about whatís been happening at the Oklahoma Contemporary.
A blue whale, a giant spaceman and fried chicken are just a few of the attractions you can find along Route 66 in Oklahoma. Besides coming through the state, did you know the Route has an even stronger Oklahoma connection? Plan your next adventure by following Americaís Main Street.
Don your mask and go visit one of the restaurants that have opened their doors to guests. Of course, many are still offering a to-go option as well. Check out the updates on the cityís restaurant scene.
Are you three credit hours away from a college degree? Do you need a place to take your kiddo now that you have to go back to the office? Learn where you can get that info in one stop.