Archive for the ‘Community Events & Activities’ Category
Are you looking for something to do this holiday to celebrate the close of the old year and the arrival of the new one? With these family-friendly New Year’s Eve activities 2018 in Oklahoma City OK you can find something engaging for all ages. (more…)
Christmas is right around the corner, which means that it’s now or never to get that perfect tree to add a little holiday spirit to your home. You can find a traditional tree at many stores in our area, but if you and your family are craving the experience of going to find your own tree and bring it home, we have put together a selection of cut-your-own tree farms in the Oklahoma City OK area that can offer an experience as well as provide you a beautiful tree. (more…)
Halloween is right around the corner, which means that Thanksgiving is also closer than you think. When it comes to celebrating Turkey Day, most people want, well, turkey and all the fixings. However, making that kind of huge meal, whether you are by yourself or with the whole family, is definitely a time investment. So where can you eat on Thanksgiving 2018 in Oklahoma City OK if you won’t want to cook? We have some of the top eat-in and take-out restaurants that offer a Thanksgiving feast (or at at least open on the holiday) listed below. (more…)
We’ve talked a little about trick-or-treat times for 2018, and last year we wrote about some of the best family-friendly Halloween activities for 2017 (many of which will be returning this year to offer all-ages fun) but what about us older folks who want a good scare? If you are looking to throw your heart rate up a notch, here are some of the best haunted houses 2018 near Oklahoma City OK. (more…)
What time is trick-or-treating 2018 in Oklahoma City OK?
This year, Halloween will fall on a Wednesday, which is one of the least convenient days for parents and kids to go trick-or-treating. So what time is trick-or-treating 2018 in Oklahoma City OK? While the city itself does not set a time (though specific neighborhoods may have recommendations), times nationally tend to range between 5 p.m. and 9 p.m. on Halloween itself (Oct. .31) with some special events beginning earlier and going later. With sunset on Halloween 2018 falling at 6:36 p.m. we feel like the prime trick-or-treating time would fall between 6:30 and 8:30 p.m. Families with smaller children may want to head out earlier, while older students may want to stay out later when it’s truly dark.
NOTE: This blog has been updated with new information. Trick-or-treating in OKC will be celebrated on the day of Halloween and not moved to any other day.
Labor Day 2018 (Monday, September 3) is almost upon us which means we have limited chances to celebrate summer before the grind of the school year really gets going. This year why not enjoy the long weekend in a special way with one of these family-friendly Labor Day 2018 activities near Oklahoma City OK? (more…)
There are always several events in Oklahoma City that will help you celebrate the season, but can you find parking for them? That is another trick. In this blog we are focusing on 4th of July parking 2018 in Oklahoma City OK for two big events: Red, White & Boom, and the Bricktown Fireworks Extravaganza. The Red, White & Boom concert and fireworks display will be on Tuesday, July 3 with the Downtown event on the 4th itself. This means you can have twice the celebration and twice the fireworks (and twice the parking challenges). (more…)
Are you looking for a special event for the special Mom in your life? Brunch and flowers are time-honored choices for Mother’s Day, but this year why not give Mom the gift of your time with one of these Mother’s Day 2018 festivals and events around Oklahoma City OK. We wanted to include the coolest, all-day activities, so some of these are farther away from us here in OKC, but all of them are worth the time. (more…)
This year Easter falls on April 1. That may also be April Fool’s Day, but OKC restaurants and venues aren’t joking around when it comes to brunch. Not every restaurant will be open on this holiday, but many that are will be offering an extensive or special Easter brunch menu. Check out our top choices for Easter brunch 2018 in Oklahoma City Ok below, and be sure to let us know in the comments if you know of other great options folks should know about! (more…)
Whether they are block parties, parades, or festivals of Irish culture, St. Patrick’s Day celebrations offer a great time to get green, get out, and have an excellent time. In this blog we are going to look at St. Patrick’s Day parades 2018 in Oklahoma City OK and other great events to celebrate this day. Because March 17 is a Saturday in 2018 people will be able to even celebrate on the holiday itself. (more…)