A week after the Big 12 Baseball Championships, May 30- June 5, sees the return of the NCAA Women’s College World Series to USA Hall of Fame Stadium. Teams, staff and fans from across the country visit OKC to support their squads during this amazing event.
If there is one thing you can say about the Adventure District, it is that it lives up to its name and then some.
Whether you consider yourself a shopping aficionado or not, there is no question that the retail offerings of a community have an impact on its quality of life.
When you combine our low unemployment rate with a low cost living, people simply have more buying power. And that makes Oklahoma City a great place for retailers to thrive.
When we say that retail is successful in Oklahoma City, don’t just take it from us! Stores representing all sizes and specialties are speaking up about their Oklahoma City experience (spoiler alert: it’s good).
Oklahoma has undergone a recent renaissance of craft breweries finding their niche in OKC. This can be traced to a new wave of favorable legislation allowing breweries to sell their beer directly to customers at the breweries’ location, and an upcoming extension (October) of sale hours until 2 a.m. rather than closing at 9 p.m.
From major investments into sidewalks and trails to the Mayor putting our city on a diet, few communities have invested in health like Oklahoma City has the past decade.
Spring has officially sprung in Oklahoma City and the month of May is packed with amazing outdoor activities for the whole family.