While Santa Claus will be double-checking his gift list this week, you still have time to visit all the holiday celebrations around the city. The LifeShare Winterfest and Snow Tubing will have daily hours starting Saturday. And the OKC Thunder will be home for three nights this week, so take the family to watch your new hometown team. See what else there is to do.
Scissortail Park will host the Sugar Plum Promenade on December 13 & 14. The free, inaugural holiday celebration will feature lights, decorations, music, hot cocoa, símores, and more.
If youíre reading this blog post on the first day it was posted, then todayís a very important day for OKC. We get to vote on MAPS 4.
Want to see the metro in a new light? With all the spectacular light displays across the metro, that shouldnít be a problem! To help you out, hereís a list of local light displays that are on view for the public through December.
There are so many holiday activities to do this time of year. What have you not done? This is the last week you can see the Red Earth Treefest at OSU-OKC. Itís a great place to learn more about the tribes in the state. And be sure to check out the new stores in the Holiday Pop-Up Shops, which will open Friday. See what else there is to do this week.
If you have spent much time in Oklahoma City, chances are you have heard about the Metropolitan Area Projects (MAPS) program. Since 1993, MAPS has been the biggest driver of Oklahoma Cityís renaissance, bringing voter-approved public investments throughout Oklahoma City communities -- and all debt free.
The holiday season is in full swing and one of the best ways to celebrate in Oklahoma City is during one of the many events scheduled as part of Downtown in December.