Let’s face it: There are times that we all need an extra dose of motivation to help us do our best work. If you are feeling the same way, Elevate on Oct. 23 will deliver a motivational and professional experience all under one roof.
VeloCity OKC, Oklahoma City’s news and development website, covered everything from picking the best pumpkins to progress on public projects in September. Read on for links to what you might have missed.
Phase 2 of Mix-Tape features a hand-crafted, immersive art experience at Factory Obscura's first permanent location on 9th Street in Automobile Alley.
Nothing is perhaps more indicative of Oklahoma City’s recent renaissance than the transformation of what was once a mostly dry riverbed.
If you’re not sure about all this river stuff or maybe the choices for where to begin are a bit overwhelming, a great way to experience the Oklahoma River and Boathouse District for the first time is by attending a regatta.
There’s so much to do down at the Boathouse District these days, there ought to be some sort of a basic guide to it all—so here it is.
One of the final MAPS 3 projects, Scissortail Park, opens Friday with a free, live concert by Oklahoma’s own, Kings of Leon. There’s plenty of festivities planned for the entire weekend. But before you pack up and head outside, pop into the Civic Center Music Hall and see Fiddler on the Roof, which opens Tuesday. The timeless classic is only here until Sunday.
Whether you have a passion for pumpkins or are just looking for an awesome autumn adventure for the family this pumpkin patch list is a gourd one for you.