When the week starts with an Oklahoma City Thunder basketball game, can it get any better? Yes, it can, with the traveling production of Anastasia taking the stage at the Civic Center Music Hall. Thereís a wine pairing dinner on Thursday, quarter horse racing returns as well and thereís a puppet playing a banjo this weekend. Whew, thatís a lot. But wait, thereís more!
Local, regional and national speakers will share insight and inspiration for home gardeners as well as professional horticulturalists, garden designers and landscape architects during Oklahoma Gardening School Saturday, March 21.
Cher is coming to OKC in March. But maybe the legendary performer isnít your style of music. Check out some other options and get out to see them.
Perhaps youíve noticed the shiny new building sitting on the north end of Automobile Alley. The multi-sided structure is home to the new Oklahoma Contemporary Arts Center and itís going to be an incredible place. Read more about what you can find here when it opens.
Oklahomaís legislators are busy meeting at the capitol right now and the Chamber has a presence there as well. From transportation to education, we have bills weíre watching. Read about what weíre trying to accomplish this year.
There are two local questions on the March 3 ballot, as well as the presidential primary. What will be on your ballot? Read more about who gets to vote on what questions and take heed to get your absentee ballot if you need one.
There are several fine arts performances this week, such as the ďHaving Our SayĒ play at Lyric Theatre in the Plaza or the Oklahoma City Philharmonic presenting Brucknerís Symphony No. 7. You can make your own art on Friday at the National Cowboy & Western Heritage Museumís Warhol and Wine Paint Night. See what else there is to do in the Modern Frontier.
You donít have to live here long to understand Oklahoma City is the softball capital of the world.