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Lifestyle / November 5, 2019

What did you miss in October?

Like the Halloween candy thatís in your home, the October stories on VelocityOKC.com are still around as well.

By David McCollum
Lifestyle / November 5, 2019

Things to Do & See: November 5 - November 11, 2019

With cooler air settling in, youíre likely looking for more indoor options. There are many new attractions this week, happening indoors. At Exhibit C, Native American artists have displayed their best pop-art work in The Frybread Factory exhibit. Another multi-shop holiday event, Mistletoe Market, opens Thursday at the Cox Convention Center. But weíre excited about the holiday tradition, the Devon Ice Rink, returning Friday at Myriad Gardens. See what else you can do in OKC this week.

By Chamber Staff
Lifestyle / October 29, 2019

Donít be sad; the Blue are back

Oklahoma City truly is a great place to be a basketball fan. Not only do you have access to the Thunder, but you can also watch the Oklahoma City Blue.

By Kennedy Parker
Lifestyle / October 29, 2019

Tricks, treats and terrors

Thereís still time to get in some spooky and not-scary fun before Halloween celebrations come to an end.

By Kennedy Parker
Lifestyle / October 29, 2019

Celebrate the holiday with locally-made sweets

Halloween is a very important time of year: itís a time to celebrate all things spooky, pumpkins, costumes; and most importantly, itís the perfect time to satisfy your sweet tooth.

By Kennedy Parker
Lifestyle / October 29, 2019

Things to Do & See: October 29 - November 4, 2019

This is your last week to check out The Rocky Horror Show, being put on by local talent at Lyric Theatre. The Portland Trailblazers will be in town on Wednesday to face the Thunder. And after Halloween, be sure to head to the Plaza District to celebrate Dia de Los Muertos (Day of the Dead). Find out here where to encounter zombies, great art exhibits and a documentary showing.

By Chamber Staff
Lifestyle / October 23, 2019

New Bethany library to open in November

The library features a makerspace with cutting-edge technology, tech-friendly community meeting spaces, a separate childrenís programming/event space, outdoor reading porches and one-of-a-kind public art.

By Staff Reports
State of the City / January 18, 2018
Mick Cornett
Former mayor of Oklahoma City
I have had the good fortune to visit with mayors and chamber leadership from coast to coast. The Greater Oklahoma City Chamber is the best chamber of commerce anywhere.
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