Olympic Gold medalists and husband-and-wife Bart Conner and Nadia Comaneci have called Oklahoma home for decades and continue to give back to the area by encouraging children to be more active.
The Oklahoma City Parks & Recreation Department offers sports for all ages around the year. Whether you’re into ball-bat sports or something on a court, the city can help you connect with your favorite pastime or help you get your child on a team.
If you want to play soccer or watch your kid play soccer with a close proximity to a cold brewski, we’d recommend checking out Soccer City.
If you’re more likely to be on the sidelines these days rather than in the game, there are still ways to be involved with the city’s sports scene and make a difference in the lives of young people.
Last week, we highlighted all the live music being offered in the city. But the city’s arts scene is bigger than concerts. It includes opera, ballet and Broadway musicals, including traveling shows and local performers.
You might be familiar with the song, “I’m just a bill,” 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 you’ve 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.