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Victoria Caldwell Representing City Council

Ken Moore, Chairman Edmond Chamber of Commerce

Gabrielle Bennett (Mayor Appointment) Youth Member

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Dena Jones (Ward 2), Secretary/Treasurer Representing Hotel Industry

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Mike Roark (Ward 3), Vice Chair Executive Director Mitch Park & Rankin YMCA Representing Youth Sports JW Armstrong (Ward 4) Representing Golf Industry Dr. Linda Banks (Mayor Appointment) Representing UCO Derek Kern Representing the Arcadia Lake Commission

VACANT Ward 1 Appointed - Voting Member

ECVB STAFF Cathy Williams-White, Director cwwhite@visitedmondok.com Terry Lanham, Group Sales Manager tlanham@visitedmondok.com

Tanya Olheiser, Administrative Specialist CITY OF EDMOND LIAISON tolheiser@visitedmondok.com Casey Moore, FIND US ON: Marketing & Public Relations VisitEdmond Manager/Public Information VisitEdmond Officer casey.moore@edmondok.com VisitEdmond Edmond Convention & Visitors Bureau

GUEST NOTE: This booklet is intentionally designed as a handy tool to help you enjoy your stay in Edmond. Every listing or piece of information in this visitor guide is color coded to the map located in the center of this book.

COLOR KEY:  Northwest (Zone 1)  Northeast (Zone 2)  Southeast (Zone 3)  Southwest (Zone 4)  Downtown (Zone 5)  University Area (Zone 6)

Edmond Convention and Visitors Bureau | P.O. Box 2970, Edmond, OK 73083 | 1030 S. Bryant, Edmond, OK 73034 Phone: 405-341-4344 | Toll-Free: 1-866-341-4344 | Fax: 405-216-7783 | Website: www.VisitEdmondOK.com

the Art of Oklahoma!

Welcome to Edmond, Oklahoma! This is a city unmatched in America’s heartland…where worldclass sculptures are scattered like jewels, dozens of them, lining the streets and tucked into corners just waiting to surprise you with unexpected beauty. Edmond offers visitors, as well as meeting and event planners, an artfully unique experience. It is proudly located smack-dab in the Oklahoma heart of historic Route 66, America’s Mother Road…and at the crossroads of I-35 & I-44, close to I-40. While being situated minutes from the bustling heart of the greater Oklahoma City metropolitan area, Edmond offers the comfort and safety of a small town with all the attractions and entertainment of a big city. We want you to enjoy your stay and that means helping you know your way around. The Edmond Visitor Guide is designed with you in mind. The centerfold of the book is a simplified map of Edmond. You’ll note that all information in every listing in this publication is color coded to the centerfold map. We know that meetings mean business and our business is helping you have successful meetings. The Edmond Convention & Visitors Bureau offers assistance to group and event planners. We can help you find the right facility for your

meeting and connect with local services from catering to pipe and drape. We can also help you with itinerary planning, brochures, bags and welcome materials for your attendees. We know the local suppliers and services that can take your event from ordinary to extraordinary. Motor coaches and tour operators are special in Edmond. Call for itinerary assistance unique to the interest of your groups, your schedule, and especially what’s happening.

Call today and let us work with you. The Edmond Convention & Visitors Bureau is located at 1030 S. Bryant in Edmond. Local: 405-341-4344 or Toll Free 1-866-341-4344 www.VisitEdmondOK.com Historically speaking… Edmond was originally explored in 1832 by noted author, Washington Irving. Soon this area was home to cattle ranchers and hardworking cowboys. Oklahoma was first known as Indian Territory. In 1870 the U.S. government conducted a survey of the western portion of that area. After establishing treaties with the various Indian nations and assigned them to reservations within Indian Territory. In the spring of 1887 the Santa Fe railroad extended its line across Indian Territory and established a siding that would one day become the city of Edmond.

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T A BL E O F C O N T E N T S

Edmond - an Artful Introduction.......................................... 3-5 The Art of Dining................................................................. 7-14 The Art of Shopping............................................................. 16-18 The Art of Attractions.......................................................... 20-30 The Art of Entertainment..................................................... 32 Route 66............................................................................ 34-35 The Art of Hospitality........................................................... 36-37 Map................................................................................... 38-39 The Art of Meetings............................................................. 40-41 The Art of Events................................................................. 42-48 The Art of Edmond............................................................... 49-59 The Art of Transportation..................................................... 60 The Art of Golf..................................................................... 62 The Art of Sports.................................................................. 64-69 The Art of Recreation........................................................... 70-76

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Much of Oklahoma was settled through a uniquely American series of land runs. The railway stations and their vicinities were prime points and Edmond Station was among the top sites for runs. April 22, 1889 dawned bright and clear as the first of the Great Oklahoma Land Runs began promptly at “12 noon sun time”. At 12:05 pm the surveyors began laying out the Edmond town site. Miss Nanitta A.H. Daisey, later to be known as Kentucky Daisey, was a reporter for the Dallas Morning News and the Fort Worth Gazette, who came to the Land Run onboard the press correspondent rail car. Perched on the first of the press trains with one hand clutching the hand rail, a stake in the other and a gun strapped to her waist, Kentucky Daisey leapt from the train, when it was less than a mile from Edmond, ran, drove her spike into the ground, fell to her knees and fired a shot into the air claiming her land to the cheers of the other passengers. She then turned and ran back catching the last car of

Edmond’s lineage involves a number of historical “Oklahoma Firsts”. The city proudly boasts being the home of Oklahoma’s… First schoolhouse…First church… and First classroom building for a school of higher education (today this UCO icon is fondly known as “Old North”). Those same “Firsts” survive today to intrigue and entertain visitors with stories of Edmond’s past. Prominently located on Rt. 66, the glory days of the Mother Road brought fame to many Edmond restaurants. The Wide-A-Wake Café, the 66 Highway Café, The Lone Elm, and Royce’s (a restaurant that was named by Duncan Hines himself!) are just a few. While those are gone now, more than 200 wonderful restaurants now call Edmond home and serve today’s travelers. Several Edmond restaurants and chefs have been recognized in publications such as Southern Living, Bon Appetite and Gourmet magazines making Edmond a culinary destination.

The “Blue Hippo” on Broadway is a Route 66 icon. Pranksters have relocated the hippo a time or two in the past. It keeps holding on as a tongue in cheek reminder of the hay days of the Mother Road. This playful piece of history has been appearing in family vacation photos for years. Oh the stories he could tell… A more elevated new Mother Road icon is the “Touch the Clouds” statue of a Native American at the corner of Garland Godfrey and 2nd Street. This colorful work of art was recently installed and hails from an earlier life near Houston’s Astro Dome. Spreading its arms wide, “Touch the Clouds” welcomes today’s travelers on Historic Rt. 66. Looking for a pampered experience? Edmond’s day spas are great places to immerse yourself in the fine art of relaxation where you can enjoy being pampered with the most current and soothing of spa treatments. OR…If shopping is your preferred choice of recreation Edmond is just the ticket. Downtown Edmond is a vibrant and eclectic shopping district with more than 30 shops located right where Rt. 66 takes a jog south. Don’t miss the numerous other shopping zones. Check out the shopping section of this publication to find the one convenient to you. Be sure to peruse all sections of this publication for information on what’s going on and where you’re sure to find something of interest to you. All areas listed are color keyed

to the centerfold map. You’re sure to find something you’ll love at any and all shopping areas. As always, Your Edmond Convention & Visitors Bureau keeps brochures and other information on these events and others to let you know what’s going on and how to have fun in Edmond.

Remember, there’s always something fun to do in Edmond, the Art of Oklahoma!

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that same train. Kentucky Daisey which she rode on to Guthrie, the territorial capitol, to file her claim for the land she had marked with her stake.

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The Edmond Station fulfilled its purpose as a railway siding by providing coal, water, a telegrapher’s shack and conveniences for the train passengers of the day.

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All listings are color coded to coordinate with the centerfold map.

LEGEND $ $$ $$$ $$$$ $$$$$ C

 Chicken Express 1000 W. Danforth Rd 405/285-2425, $ chickene.com

$5 & up $10 & up $15 & up  Chili’s $20 & up 3580 S. Broadway $50 & up 405/330-4583, $$ Catering Available chilis.com

AMERICAN/FAMILY DINING  Applebee’s Restaurant 3521 S. Broadway 405/478-1716, $$ applebees.com  Around the Corner 11 S. Broadway 405/341-5414, $  Bighead’s Cajun & Creole 617 S. Broadway 405/340-1925, $$  Bricktown Brewery 840 W. Danforth Rd 405/265-2739, $$ bricktownbrewery.com Buffalo Wild Wings  1333 N. Santa Fe Ave 405/340-9647, $$  909 W. I-35 Frontage Rd 405/285-0667, $$ buffalowildwings.com  Café 501 501 S. Boulevard 405/359-1501, $$$, C cafe501.com  Charleston’s 3409 S. Broadway 405/478-4949, $$$, C charlestons.com

Colby’s Grill  5725 E. Covell Rd 405/330-1399, $$  511 S. Broadway 405/513-8590, $$

 The Hash Retro Diner 1149 E. 2nd St 405/471-6747, $  Henry Hudson’s Pub 2100 E. 2nd St 405/359-6707, $ henryhudsonspub.com  IHOP - International House of Pancakes 1220 E. 2nd St 405/715-2600, $$ ihop.com  Inspirations Tea Room 2118 W. Edmond Rd 405/715-2525, $, C inspirationstearoom.com

 Coltrane Café / Virginia’s Cozy Kitchen 2828 E. 2nd St 405/340-4473, $

 Interurban Restaurant 1301 E. Danforth Rd 405/348-2792, $$, C interurban.us

 The Cow Calf-Hay 3409 Wynn Dr 405/509-2333, $ thecowcalfhay.net

Jimmy’s Egg  1715 E. 2nd St 405/340-6889, $$  2621 S. Broadway 405/340-6611, $$ jimmysegg.com

 Denny’s 1100 E. 2nd St 405/330-9400, $ dennys.com  Eddie’s Bar & Grill 930 E. 2nd St 405/285-7725, $$  Eggington’s 737 W. Danforth Rd 405/285-1580, $ eggingtons.com  Flatire Burgers 318 E. Ayers 405/359-2006, $$ flatireburgers.com

T HE A R T OF DINING

Edmond offers you more than 200 restaurants ranging from fastfood-casual to elegantly-gourmet. You’re sure to find a menu just right for your crowd. Take a moment to savor your stay.

 The Garage 601 S. Bryant 405/341-5801, $ eatatthegarage.com

Johnnie’s Charcoal Broiler  33 E. 33rd St 405/348-3214, $$, C  620 W. Danforth Rd 405/216-8020, $$ johnniesok.com  Kamp’s 1910 Cafe 3325 S. Boulevard, Ste 175 405/562-1279, $ kamps1910cafe.net  Katie’s Country Griddle 229 S. Santa Fe Ave 405/359-6372, $

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 Mutts Amazing Hot Dogs & Burgers 285 S Santa Fe Ave 405/285-2855, $ mutts-hot-dogs.com  Oklahoma Steak and Grill Delivery 76 E. 33rd St 405/341-0001, $$ oksteak.com

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 Out of Bounds Grill – Coffee Creek Golf Club 4000 N. Kelly 405/340-4653, $ coffeecreekgolf.com

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 China Palace 524 S. Bryant Ave 405/330-2900, $$ chinapalaceedmond.com

 The Zu Sports Grill 16 S. Broadway 405/330-1833, $$ thezusportsgrill.com

 Covell Park 1200 W. Covell Rd 405/285-1720, $$ covellpark.com

 Wayback Burgers 3217 S. Broadway 405/696-5755, $$, C waybackburgers.com

 Egg Roll Express 1529 S. Boulevard 405/348-9667, $

 Wicked Piston Bar & Grill 309 S. Bryant Ave, Ste 230 405/509-2121, $ wickedpiston.com ASIAN  Blue Moon Chinese 1320 S. Broadway 405/340-3871, $$  Bonchon Chicken 1501 N. Santa Fe Ave 212/273-9968, $

 Pickles American Grill 921 E. Danforth Rd 405/285-4342, $

 Café De Taipei 603 S. Broadway 405/216-9968, $$

 Pops 660 W. Highway 66 405/928-7677, $$ pops66.com

 China Express 351 W. 15th St 405/330-8388, $

 Raising Cane’s 1225 E. 2nd St 405/844-4192, $ raisingcanes.com  Rocky Mountain Grill 231 S. Coltrane 405/562-4777, $ rockymountaingrill.us  Slim Chickens 555 S. Kelly Ave 405/340-6770, $$, C slimchickens.com

 China House 1908 E. 2nd St 405/330-9398, $ newchinahouseedmond.com  China House 14519 N. Santa Fe Ave 405/936-3338, $ chinahouseedmondok.com  China King 1326 N. Kelly 405/715-1300, $ chinakingedmond.com

 Foo-Chow Bistro 925 W I-35 Frontage Rd 405/726-8444, $  Gin Thai Fusion 1333 N Santa Fe Ave 405/471-6587, $$, C ginthaifusion.weebly.com  Great Wall 1020 N. Santa Fe Ave 405/348-4888, $, C greatwallokc.com  Great Wall 3325 S. Boulevard, Ste 109 405/330-1682, $, C greatwalledmond.com  House of Hunan 2137 W. Edmond Rd 405/330-1668, $$, C

Nhinja Sushi & Wok  2080 E. 2nd St 405/285-8300, $  5 W. 15th St 405/340-0330, $, C nhinja.com  Panang 5 Thai Restaurant 3325 S Boulevard 405/285-5188, $, C panangthaifood.com  Panda Express 309 S. Bryant 405/359-1396, $$ pandaexpress.com  Pei Wei 1141 E. 2nd St 405/341-6850, $$, C peiwei.com

 Pho Bulous 3409 S. Broadway 405/475-5599, $$  Sumo Japanese Steakhouse 1801 S. Broadway 405/340-3398, $$, C edmondsumo.com  Tao Café 331 S. Blackwelder 405/348-7777, $  Thai Delight 3409 S. Broadway 405/513-8881, $ thaidelightoklahoma.com  Wahaha Express 801 S. Broadway 405/285-8888, $ wahahaexpress.com

EARL’S RIB PALACE GREAT BBQ DOESN’T CARE WHO YOU ARE OR WHERE YOU COME FROM.

 Kobe Sushi & Hibachi Steak House 1333 N. Santa Fe Ave 405/285-1808, $$$ kobesushiok.com  Lemongrass Modern Thai Cuisine 253 S. Santa Fe Ave 405/330-6888, $$ lemongrassok.com  New Great Wall 1425 S. Santa Fe Ave 405/715-1333, $ 1425newgreatwall.com

Edmond has more restaurants per capita than any other city in Oklahoma.

Voted OKC's favorite BBQ for a whole lot of years. Open 7 days a week.

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 Zen Asian Dining 3209 S. Broadway 405/285-2396, $$, C zenasiandining.com BARBEQUE  Billy Sims BBQ 924 W. Edmond Rd 405/562-1330, $$, C billysimsbbq.com  Earl’s Rib Palace 2121 S. Broadway 405/715-1166, $$, C earlsribpalace.com  Klemm’s Smoke Haus 2000 S Broadway 405/562-8616, $$, C klemmssmokehaus.com

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 Louie’s Sports Grill 1389 E. 15th St 405/340-8700, $$, C ehsrg.com/restaurants/louies

 The Fixx 644 W. Edmond Rd 405/285-2311 thefixxok.com

 Rib Crib 2601 S. Broadway 405/513-5883, $$, C ribcrib.com  Steve’s Rib 1801 W. Edmond Rd 405/340-7427, $$, C stevesrib.com DELI  Cafe Icon Sushi & Grill 311 S. Blackwelder 405/340-8956, $, C thecafeicon.com City Bites  2005 E. 2nd St 405/726-9700, $, C  3601 S. Broadway 405/286-4200, $, C  324 W. Edmond Rd 405/330-4224, $, C  1430 N. Santa Fe 405/657-1100, $, C citybitesinc.com  Coolgreens 1189 E. 15th St 405/562-1020, $$, C coolgreens.com

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 KickingBird Grill – KickingBird Golf Club 1600 E. Danforth Rd 405/359-6372, $ kickingbirdgolf.com

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 Jason’s Deli 78 E. 33rd St 405/330-1663, $, C jasonsdeli.com  Jersey Mike’s Subs 1724 S. Broadway 405/348-9520, $$, C jerseymikes.com  Jimmy John’s Gourmet Sandwiches 1900 E. 2nd St 405/715-3200, $$, C jimmyjohns.com  McAlisters Deli 1021 E. 2nd St 405/340-3354, $$, C mcalistersdeli.com

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 McLaren’s Pantry 3414 S. Boulevard 405/348-2336, $$, C mclarens.tripod.com

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Old School Bagel Café  775 W. Covell Rd 405/471-5244, $, C  3209 S. Broadway 405/285-2233, $, C oldschoolbagelcafe.com  The One Café 122 E. 15th St 405/340-0333, $  Panera Bread 1472 S. Bryant Ave 405/844-5525, $$, C panerabread.com  Sub Stop 1417 E. Danforth Rd 405/340-0906, $

 Which Wich 309 S. Bryant Ave 405/471-5363, $$, C whichwich.com ETHIOPIAN  Haiget’s Restaurant and Catering 308 W. Edmond Rd 405/509-6441, $$, C haigets.com FAST FOOD  All American Pizza 1824 E. 2nd St 405/348-1199, $ allamericanpizzzaokc.com Arby’s Roast Beef  326 S. Broadway 405/348-2622, $  1401 S. Santa Fe Ave 405/359-6512, $ arbys.com Braum’s Ice Cream & Dairy Stores  1001 E. Danforth Rd 405/348-7039, $  1301 W. I-35 Frontage Rd 405/348-0529, $

 2420 S. Broadway 405/341-3808, $  2410 W. Edmond Rd 405/340-9288, $ braums.com  Burger King 3100 S. Broadway 405/341-7398, $ bk.com Carl’s Jr.  917 W. Danforth Rd 405/216-5310, $  3264 S. Broadway 405/471-6887, $ carlsjr.com Chick-Fil-A  52 E. 33rd St 405/330-6946, $, C  1210 E. 2nd St 405/330-1141, $, C  100 N. University Dr 405/974-4637, $, C chickfila.com  DelTaco 1000 E. 2nd St 405/341-1279, $ deltaco.com  Domino’s Pizza 740 W. Danforth Rd 405/340-0300, $ dominos.com  Freddy’s Frozen Custard 1925 E. 2nd St 405/844-1514, $$ freddysusa.com  Jack in the Box 2108 W. Danforth Rd 405/359-4929, $ jackinthebox.com  Jake’s Coney Island 1826 E. 2nd St 405/340-8200, $

 Johnnie’s Express 620 W. Danforth Rd 405/216-8020, $ johnniesok.com KFC  2107 W. Danforth Rd 405/341-1878, $  1609 E. 2nd St 405/340-2783, $ kfc.com Little Caesar’s  1323 N. Bryant Ave 405/348-3363, $  2500 W. Edmond Rd 405/340-5151, $  14 E. 33rd St 405/341-2829, $ littlecaesars.com  Mazzio’s Pizza Delivery 1022 N. Santa Fe Ave 405/799-9999, $ mazzios.com McDonald’s  1225 W. I-35 Frontage Rd (Inside Wal-Mart Supercenter) 405/340-2005, $  20 S.E. 33rd St 405/359-0209, $  1235 N. Kelly Ave 405/340-3473, $  1414 S. Santa Fe Ave 405/844-9668, $  1300 E. 2nd St 405/348-8228, $ mcdonalds.com Papa Murphy’s Take’n’Bake Pizza  2000 W. Danforth Rd 405/844-3100, $$  3248 S. Broadway, Ste 180 405/509-2979, $$ papamurphys.com

Pizza Hut Carry-Out & Delivery Only  3408 S. Boulevard 405/341-7223, $$  16325 N. Santa Fe Ave 405/348-0396, $$ pizzahut.com

 UCO Food Court Nigh University Center 100 N. University Dr 405/974-4637, $ Quiznos, Chick-fil-A, Flatire Burgers, 2mato, Fire & Rice, Outtakes

 Popeye’s Chicken 2330 S. Broadway 405/340-0736, $ popeyes.com

 Wendy’s Hamburgers 1012 S. Broadway 405/348-2632, $ wendys.com

 Ron’s Hamburgers & Chili 216 S. Santa Fe Ave 405/844-7667, $

Whataburger  1101 W. I-35 Frontage Rd 405/562-8677, $  421 S. Broadway 405/348-2871, $ whataburger.com

Sonic Drive-In  306 W. Covell Rd 405/359-6674, $  317 S. Bryant 405/341-2242, $  3121 S. Boulevard 405/348-3600, $  15001 N. Santa Fe Ave 405/751-2885, $  19205 N. Western 405/359-6818, $  805 W. Edmond Rd 405/359-6395, $ sonicdrivein.com  Stars & Stripes Pizza 346 S. Santa Fe Ave 405/844-0404, $$ starsandstripespizza.com Taco Bell  1709 E. 2nd St 405/341-8920, $  2200 W. Edmond Rd 405/359-0289, $  26 E. 33rd St 405/330-4640, $ tacobell.com  Taco Bueno 125 E. 2nd St 405/340-7490, $ tacobueno.com

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 Hobby’s Hoagies 222 S. Santa Fe Ave 405/348-2214, $, C hobbyshoagies.com

Subway  1320 N. Kelly Ave 405/216-9339, $, C  5807 E. Covell 405/844-4749, $$  1475 W. I-35 Frontage Rd 405/340-0356, $, C  1525 E. 2nd St 405/285-9969, $, C  3248 S. Broadway 405/340-2408, $, C  2200 W. Danforth Rd (Inside Wal-Mart Supercenter) 405/216-9928, $, C  16325 N. Santa Fe Ave 405/340-3000, $, C  212 S. Littler 405/348-3997, $, C subway.com

INDIAN  Mt. Everest Cuisines 1169 E. 2nd St 405/696-5494, $ mteverestcuisines.com  Tikka Craze 301 S. Bryant Ave, Ste 130 405/341-8888, $ tikkacraze.com ITALIAN  CiCi’s Pizza 1520 E. 2nd St 405/341-1112, $ cicispizza.com  Hideaway Pizza 116 E. 5th St 405/348-4777, $$, C hideawaypizza.com  Humble Pie Pizza & Deli 1319 S. Broadway 405/715-1818, $$  Jo’s Famous Pizza 900 S. Kelly 405/340-7070, $$ josfamouspizza.com

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 Firehouse Subs 1597 S. Broadway 405/513-7100, $, C firehousesubs.com

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 Old Chicago Pizza 1150 E. 2nd St 405/285-6873, $$, C oldchicago.com  Othello’s 1 S. Broadway 405/330-9045, $$$ othellos.us  Papa John’s Pizza 109 E. 2nd St 405/844-7900, $$ papajohns.com  Pepperoni Grill 1000 W. Covell Rd 405/285-5454, $$, C pepperonigrill.net MEDITERRANEAN

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 Jerusalem Mediterranean Cuisine 38 E. 15th St 405/285-0025, $

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 Let’s Do Greek 180 W. 15th St, Ste 150 405/285-8898, $$, C letsdogreek.com

 3 Tequilas 315 S. Broadway 405/216-0500, $  Alfredo’s Mexican Cafe 3409 S. Broadway 405/607-1300, $$, C alfredosok.com  Alvarado’s 2805 S. Broadway 405/359-8860, $$, C alvaradosmexican.com  Carnitas Michoacán 306 W. Edmond Rd 405/341-0356, $  Chelino’s 1612 S. Boulevard 405/340-3620, $$, C chelinosmexicanrestaurant.com  Chipotle 1569 S. Broadway 405/341-6765, $$ chipotle.com  Fuzzy’s Taco Shop 1462 S. Bryant 405/562-4800, $ fuzzystacoshop.com  Hidalgo’s Cocina & Cantina 200 S. Santa Fe 405/285-2424, $$ hidalgosrestaurant.com  La Salsa 834 W. Danforth Rd 405/562-4100, $$

 Simply Falafel 343 S. Blackwelder Ave 405/341-4646, $$ simplyfalafeledmondok.com

 Los Arcos 1718 E. 2nd St 405/348-1800, $$ losarcosokc.com

 Zoes Kitchen 1700 E. 2nd St 405/471-5348 zoeskitchen.com

 On the Border 3233 S. Broadway 405/562-7150, $$, C ontheborder.com

 PePe’s 1701 S. Broadway 405/348-2504, $$ Qdoba Mexican Grill  1300 W. Covell Rd 405/285-0355, $$, C  301 S. Bryant 405/513-5200, $$, C qdoba.com  Ted’s Café Escondido 801 E. Danforth Rd 405/810-8337, $$, C tedscafe.com  Zarate’s Latin Mexican Grill 706 S. Broadway 405/330-6400, $$, C zarateslatingrill.com SEAFOOD  Brent’s Cajun Seafood & Oyster Bar 3005 S. Broadway 405/285-0911, $$, C brentscajunseafood.com

 Outback Steakhouse 3600 S. Broadway 405/359-7432, $$$ outback.com

 Cafe Evoke 103 S. Broadway 405/285-1522, $, C cafeevoke.com

 Signature Grill 1317 E. Danforth Rd 405/330-4548, $$$$ signaturegrilledmond.com

 Cold Stone Creamery 1197 E. 2nd St 405/330-5878, $ coldstonecreamery.com

SWEETS, COFFEE, CRAFT BEER & MORE

 Cupcakes to Go Go 2524 W. Edmond Rd 405/330-2190, $, C cupcakestogogo.com

 All About Cha Stylish Coffee & Tea 3272 S. Broadway 405/340-9959, $ allaboutcha.net  Aspen Coffee 180 W. 15th St 405/334-6783, $ aspencoffeecompany.com  Best Donuts 1299 W. Danforth Rd 405/285-0008, $

Daylight Donuts  730 W. Danforth Rd 405/330-1611, $  502-A S. Bryant Ave 405/340-7330, $  400 S. Santa Fe Ave 405/359-9016, $  1700-A S. Kelly Ave 405/340-0410, $ daylightdonuts.com

 Donut Nest 3218 S. Boulevard 405/285-0567, $  Dunkin Donuts 3201 S. Broadway 405/359-1816, $ dunkindonuts.com  Eileen’s Colossal Cookies 1333 N. Santa Fe Ave 405/216-0244, $ eileenscookies.com  Jamba Juice 8 E. 33rd St, Ste A 405/844-4582, $, C jambajuice.com  Java Dave’s Coffee 9 S. Broadway 405/340-8084, $ javadavescoffee.com

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 Mazzio’s Pizza 1132 S. Broadway 405/340-8816, $$, C mazzios.com

MEXICAN

 Fish City Grill 1389 E. 15th St, Ste 104 405/348-2300, $$ fishcitygrill.com  Long John Silver’s 630 S. Broadway 405/341-4121, $ ljsilvers.com STEAK/FINE DINING  Boulevard Steakhouse & Martini Lounge 505 S. Boulevard 405/715-2333, $$$$, C boulevardsteakhouse.com  Lottinvilles Woodgrill 801 Signal Ridge Dr 405/341-2244, $$$$, C lottinvillesrestaurant.com

Edmond restaurants and chefs have been recognized in publications such as Southern Living, Bon Appetit and Gourmet magazines.

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Marco’s Pizza  3210 S. Boulevard 405/657-1999, $$, C  17900 N. Western Ave 405/513-5355, $$ marcos.com

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SWEETS, COFFEE, CRAFT BEER & MORE (CONT’D)  Joni’s Signature Cakes 15 E. 1st St 405/200-6137, $ joniscakes.com  Juiceblendz Café 1200 W. Covell Rd 405/285-0133, $ juiceblendz.com  Katiebug’s Shaved Ice and Hot Chocolate 103 N. Broadway 405/397-4812, $  Menchie’s Frozen Yogurt 205 S. Santa Fe Ave 405/216-3644, $ menchies.com  Mishelle Handy Cakes & The Ultimate Cheesecake 202 S. Santa Fe Ave. 405/359-8308, $ mishellehandycakes.com

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 Peachwave Frozen Yogurt 1389 E. 15th St, Ste 140 405/216-3236, $ peachwaveyogurt.com

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 Perk Place Café 1649 W. 33rd St 405/285-2124, $, C perkplacecafeok.com  Roma’s Gelato 301 S. Bryant Ave 405/708-6111, $$ romasgelato.com

 1509 S. Broadway 405/216-0699, $  1200 E. 2nd St (Inside Super Target) 405/844-5072, $  1001 E. 2nd St 405/341-3900, $ starbucks.com

 Millie’s Table 1333 N. Santa Fe Ave, Ste 102 405/330-9156 milliestable.com

 Sunlight Donuts 118 E. 15th St 405/359-6759, $

 The Meat House 2249 W. Danforth Rd 405/509-2900 themeathouse.com

 Sweet City Cakes & Pastries 332 S. Santa Fe Ave 405/216-5553, $  The Patriarch Craft Beer House 9 E. Edwards St 405/285-6670, $ thepatriarchedmond.com

 Supper Thyme USA 320 W. 33rd St 405/285-1340 supperthymeok.com

HERE FOR YOU.

 UCO Nigh Center Conference & Event Services 405/974-2244

At INTEGRIS, we are proud to say we’re Oklahoma’s largest health care system. And because we have specialists in more areas of care, we make certain that you have access to The Most Challenging Healing ™.

METRO AREA WINERIES  Clauren Ridge Vineyard & Winery 6000 W. Waterloo Rd Edmond – 405/412-8630 claurenridge.com

INTEGRIS HEALTH EDMOND CAMPUS INTEGRIS HEALTH EDMOND HOSPITAL Services include 24/7 Emergency Room, Med/Surg and ICU Patient Rooms, Women’s Center, Surgery & Endoscopy, Cardiac Catheterization Lab and Diagnostic Imaging 4801 INTEGRIS Parkway Between 2nd & 15th on I-35 Access Road East 405-657-3000

 Strebel Creek Vineyard 11521 N. MacArthur Blvd Oklahoma City – 405/720-7779 strebelcreek.com

PHYSICIANS BUILDING 4509 INTEGRIS Parkway

 Tres Suenos Vineyards & Winery 19691 E. Charter Oak Rd Luther – 405/277-7089 tressuenos.com

INTEGRIS ENT & FACIAL PLASTIC SURGERY Scott Shadfar, M.D. 405-657-3895 INTEGRIS JIM THORPE REHABILITATION SUITE 100 405-657-3800

CATERING ONLY

 Smoothie King 1585 S. Broadway 405/216-5570 smoothieking.com

 Fred’s Catering 241 S. Coltrane Rd 405/341-3639 fredscatering.com

Starbucks  909 W Danforth Rd 405/245-3482, $  1489 E. 15th St 405/340-6854, $

 Gourmet Grille at Uptown Grocery 1230 W. Covell Rd 405/509-2813 uptowngroceryco.com

INTEGRIS FAMILY CARE EDMOND EAST Justin Sparkes, D.O., Internal Medicine Chris Hayes, M.D., Family Medicine Douglas Riddle, M.D., Family Medicine Heather Wheeler, D.O., Family Medicine Elizabeth Montgomery, PA-C, Family Medicine Suite 200 | 405-657-3950 PHYSICIANS BUILDING 4833 INTEGRIS Parkway

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INTEGRIS ORTHOPEDICS EDMOND Austin Taylor, M.D., Sports Medicine J. Keith Gannaway, M.D John Gruel, M.D., Non-Operative Suite 150 | 405-657-3990

INTEGRIS CARDIOVASCULAR PHYSICIANS Azhar Amil, M.D. Timothy Daly, M.D. Lance Garner, M.D. Santosh Prabhu, M.D. Steven Reiter, M.D. Gary Worcester, M.D. Suite 150 | 405-948-4040

INTEGRIS FAMILY CARE COFFEE CREEK Joel Grubbs, D.O., Family Medicine Emily Reed, M.D., Internal Medicine/Pediatrics S. Christopher Shadid, M.D., Family Medicine 2916 N. Kelly Avenue 405-715-5300

INTEGRIS EDMOND PHARMACY First Floor | 405-657-3900

INTEGRIS ORTHOPEDICS EDMOND Michael Williams, M.D. 2916 N. Kelly Avenue 405-715-5320

INTEGRIS WOMEN’S CARE Elisa Sparkes, D.O., OB/GYN Julie Hansen, M.D., OB/GYN Sonja Hughes, M.D., Gynecology Dena O’Leary, M.D., Urogynecology Courtney Seacat, M.D., OB/GYN Katherine Shepherd, D.O., OB/GYN Laura Stearman, M.D., Female Urology Daniel Tallerico, M.D., Gynecology Suite 200 | 405-657-3825

INTEGRIS FAMILY CARE EDMOND RENAISSANCE Grand Wong, M.D., Family Medicine Audrey Goodwin, M.D., Internal Medicine/Pediatrics Doug Haynes, M.D., Family Medicine Caroline Merritt, D.O., Internal Medicine Brooke Nida, M.D., Pediatrics Amie Prough, M.D., Pediatrics 1700 Renaissance Blvd. 405-844-4300

INTEGRIS PAIN MANAGEMENT Atul Walia, D.O. Michael McLaughlin, D.O. Suite 150 | 405-945-4359 INTEGRIS HEALTH EDMOND GENERAL SURGERY Patrick Bell, M.D., General Surgery Joshua Carey, M.D., General Surgery 405-657-3690

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Whether you’re looking for something special or just wanting to browse for an hour or two, Edmond is the shopping destination for you. We’ve organized this information by zone and intersection location for your shopping excursion.

 Broadway & 2nd St.

Downtown Edmond – Begins at 2nd Street and continues north on Broadway to Thatcher. Come and enjoy a beautiful area that features sophisticated shopping in a warm & friendly picturesque setting. This vibrantly artistic area features gourmet coffee/teas and more at Café Evoke and Java Dave’s. The dining establishments nestled in amongst shops include Othello’s Italian Restaurant, Around The Corner Restaurant, The Zu Sports Grill and The Patriarch Craft Beer House. Shopping is at its finest at McCall’s and Fashion Boutique and be sure to visit Silver Leaf Gems and Field’s Jewelry. Downtown Edmond also features the unique & antique, art galleries, unusual, beautiful and hard to find home accessories. Visit Rocket Fizz Soda Pop & Candy Shop while you are there. Stop in to the specialty, and locally owned boutiques such as Cinnamon Bears, Head Over Heels, Pink Petal and Summit Company for adventure gear & apparel. downtownedmondok.com

 15th & Broadway

This area is full of activity with Academy Sports & Outdoors, Big Lots, Home Depot, Office Depot, Payless Shoes, Super Cuts

and Westlake Ace Hardware. Dining options include Starbucks, Chipotle, Jersey Mikes, Firehouse Subs, and Sumo Japanese Steak House.

 Broadway & 33rd St.

This trendy area features convenient shopping with a variety of shops and dining opportunities. Shopping includes Hobby Lobby, T.J. Maxx, Cato Fashions, I.O. Metro, Edible Arrangements, All About Cha Coffee, Patty’s Hallmark, Radio Shack, Party Galaxy & local boutique shops you won’t want to miss. Dining includes Applebee’s, On the Border, Chili’s, Outback Steakhouse, Charleston’s, Way Back Burgers, Jason’s Deli, Brent’s Cajun Seafood & Oyster Bar and Dunkin Donuts. Pamper yourself at Bella Strada or Cottonwood Salon & Spa. Just south on Broadway is Harley Davidson World. This is truly an intersection with something for everyone.

 Boulevard & 33rd St.

These 4 corners come alive with AAA Travel, Mardel Christian Book Store, Natural Grocers, Kamp’s 1910 Cafe, Chick-fil-A, Panang Thai Restaurant, Boulevard Wine & Spirits, Walgreens and a UPS Store.

Kickingbird Shopping Center – This is a great area with the “best” book store in town; Best of Books. Find just what you have been looking for at Hip & Swanky, or dine at wonderful restaurants including Interurban Restaurant and Signature Grill. Also in this center are CVS Pharmacy, Kickingbird Cinema, Tangles, Kickingbird Wine, It’s A Party, Kickingbird Flowers & Gifts and Elite Feet.

 Bryant & 2nd Street

Bryant Square Shopping Center is going through a major renovation but don’t worry, your favorites are still open. Bed Bath & Beyond, Old Navy, Ross, Stein Mart, Petco, Famous Footwear and Catherine’s Plus Sizes. New shopping to Bryant Square are Five Below and Ulta Beauty. New dining includes Zoe’s Kitchen, Torch’y’s Tacos, PDQ Chicken and Five Guys. The shopping area west of Bryant on 2nd street offers a Super Target, Lowe’s, Game Stop, Sport Clips, Pier 1 Imports, GNC, UPS Store and Kirkland’s Home Furnishings. Also popular are a variety of restaurants including Chick-Fil-A, Raising Canes, Pei Wei, McAlister’s Deli, Starbucks, Simply Falafel, Denny’s, Old Chicago, IHOP, Cafe Icon, Mt. Everest Cuisines, Eddies Bar and Grill, Del Taco and Cold Stone Creamery.

 Bryant & 15th Street

Spring Creek Plaza – This beautiful shopping plaza on the NE corner features several famous brand upscale clothing stores including Jos. A. Banks, Talbots, Ann Taylor Loft, Chico’s, Charming Charlie, Soma, Runway Seven & White House Black Market, and some great specialty boutiques with jewelry & more. You can also shop New Balance and Omaha Steaks. Dine today at Panera Bread or Fuzzy’s Taco. springcreekplaza.com Spring Creek Village – This unique shopping area on the NW corner offers mostly one-ofa-kind local shops. Discover OK Runner, Vintage Pearl, Barre 3, Tiger Lily and Lucca. Fabulous eateries such as Louie’s Grill, Fish City Grill, Cool Greens, Starbucks & Peachwave are also here.

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 Bryant & Danforth

 Kelly & Danforth

Here you will find the Beef Jerky Emporium, Hobby Lobby, Hallmark Gold Crown, Westlake Ace Hardware and Dollar General. While you’re in this area you can feed your whole crew at Bricktown Brewery, Subway, Chicken Express, Johnnies, Eggington’s, Guadalupe’s Mexican Restaurant or Carl’s Jr.

 Santa Fe & Danforth

This very busy corner features big store shopping with a WalMart Supercenter and Kohl’s, the Meat House, Eileen’s Colossal Cookies, Millie’s Table, A Flower Place, CVS Pharmacy, Game Stop,

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Payless Shoes, Scrub Shop and Sally Beauty Supply as well as some fun restaurants including Buffalo Wild Wings, KFC, City Bites, SubMarina, Jack in the Box, Gin Thai Fusion, Kobe Sushi and Hibachi Steak House and Papa Murphy’s.

 Covell & Kelly

Conveniently close to Mitch Park and the Multi-Activity Center this area includes Lowe’s, Walgreens, UpTown Grocery, the Wine Shop, a hair salon, Old School Bagel, Pepperoni Grill, and Juice Blendz café. This trendy area is sure to have a surprise for you.

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WalMart Supercenter and Sam’s Club – In addition to their famous roll back pricing on everything from electronics to home furnishings to toys and food, this mega selfcontained shopping venue also offers a pharmacy, garden center, photo center, cell phone center and more. Hungry? Take a break at Braum’s, Buffalo Wild Wings, Whataburger or Foo-Chow Bistro Chinese Cuisine.

Western Wear  Tener’s Western Outfitters 1201 S. Broadway 405/844-4757 tenersboots.com

Antiquing Around Town

If you enjoy shopping for the unique and antique, here are the antique stores scattered throughout Edmond.

 Broadway Antiques & Market

114 S. Broadway (downtown) 405/340-8215

 Courtyard Antiques

3314 S. Broadway (33rd & Broadway) 405/359-2719 courtyardantiquemarket.com

 Edmond Antiques

17 S. Broadway (downtown) 405/471-5555

Made in Oklahoma  Beef Jerky Emporium 810 W. Danforth 405/359-8200 tbje.com

 The Gourmet Gallery 1532 S. Boulevard 405/715-3663 thegourmetgallery.com

 Just Lookin’

8 S. Broadway 405/348-8222 justinlookinedmond.com

 Pops

660 W. Highway 66 Arcadia, OK 74105 405/928-7677 pops66.com


 Arcadia Lake

Avenue north of Edmond Road at Barnett Field. Kids of all ages can enjoy cooling off May through September when this 3,000 sq. ft. water park is free and open daily from dawn to dusk. Kelly Ave N of Edmond Rd at Barnett Field 405/359-4630 / edmondparks.com

Beginning with the soaring bronze sculpture fountain, “Swans in Flight” in the forecourt, Armstrong Auditorium is a concertgoer’s dream. The elegant foyer is richly adorned with three huge Swarovski chandeliers, two Baccarat crystal  AMF Boulevard Lanes candelabra, book matched AMF Boulevard Lanes offers traditional bowling on 40 lanes and American cherry wood veneer features a new flooring package and walls, marble from Italy, China and Spain and large transparent onyx a recently repainted interior. Relax panels from Iran. This acoustically in our huge lounge that includes a dance floor as well as ample seating, exquisite performance hall is a or you can challenge your friends to cultural jewel for Edmond. 14400 S. Bryant Rd, 405/285-1010 pool on one of four billiard tables. armstrongauditorium.org Game Room, Pro Shop, NonSmoking, Private Parking.  Barnett Field Splash Pad 3501 S. Boulevard, 405/348-3210 Edmond’s newest amenity for amf.com/boulevardlanesok family fun is located on Kelly Arcadia Lake offers a variety of outdoor recreational opportunities including boating, camping, picnicking, biking, swimming, hiking, Disc golf, and bird watching. RV’s enjoy the full hookups and fishermen love the fishing pier as well as the heated, covered fishing dock that provides yearround angling opportunities. East of I-35 between 2nd St and 15th St 405/216-7470 / arcadialakeok.com

 Arctic Edge Ice Arena

This outstanding ice skating arena features ice skating lessons, figure skating, hockey leagues, as well as open skate time. It is available for birthday parties, holiday parties and corporate events. 14613 N. Kelly, 405/748-5454 arctic-edge.com

 Bickham-Rudkin Park And Community Dog Park

This park features a fishing pond, playground, covered pavilion with picnic tables and a dog park. 33rd Street E of Boulevard 405/359-4630 / edmondparks.com

 Clue Quest

Think of “video-game meets real life”, with a side order of “who-dunit” and just enough stress to make you tingle. Locked inside a room, you have only an hour to solve

the mysteries and get the coveted door code - your key to escape and victory! Wonderful team building exercise and fun for any type of group. 151 E. 33rd St, 405/625-3706 cluequestok.com

Edmond Convention & Visitors Bureau and the I-35 & Covell development partners. The hotel and conference center will be located in the northwest quadrant of I-35 and Covell as a part of the Cross timbers Development project featuring extensive retail,  Downtown Edmond restaurant, sports and entertainment This historically picturesque and opportunities. The center will also eclectic shopping district features be the new home of the Edmond a tempting collection of 30+ shops Convention & Visitors Bureau. and several restaurants. Take a stroll For further information and to inquire and enjoy the unique gifts, jewelry, about advance bookings contact clothing, and southwest items, and info@partnersindevelopment.us seasonal specialties available. Broadway north of 2nd St, 405/249-9391  Edmond Evening Sun downtownedmondok.com Established on July 18, 1889, The Edmond Sun lays claim to being  Edmond 66 Park the oldest continuously running The new Edmond 66 Park harkens newspaper dating from Oklahoma to days of the Rt. 66 Mother road. Territorial days. This four-field softball complex is 123 S. Broadway, 405/341-2121 located on the northeast corner edmondsun.com of Post Road and State Highway 66. The concession area has a  Edmond Historical Society Route 66 theme. This is the home & Museum of the Edmond Adult Softball Housed in the WPA armory Association which holds league play building in Stephenson Park, the and tournament play. League is Edmond Historical Society & managed by a volunteer board. Museum brings the history of Post Road, Rte 66, 405/359-1305 Edmond to life. Learn about life in edmondadultsoftball.com Edmond from 1889 to the present well as explore traveling exhibits  Edmond Conference Center as all at the Edmond historical society Coming in 2017! A new hotel and museum. The interactive Children’s conference center at Covell and Learning Center is perfect for I-35. The center will offer 20,000+ your little ones.Admission is free. square feet of flexible meeting Donations are appreciated. space, state-of-the-art break-out 431 S. Boulevard, 405/340-0078 space and the capacity to host edmondhistory.org large groups. This is a cooperative project supported by the City of Edmond, the Edmond Economic Development Authority, the

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 Festival Market Place & Plaza

Farmers markets are on Saturday mornings from May through October. Enjoy herbs and locally sourced produce picked fresh from the garden. This vibrant outdoor festival area Plaza showcases the Kentucky Daisey statue and engraved brick walkway centennial project. First Street just west of Broadway 405/359-4630 / edmondparks.com

Nurturing the arts, this organization hosts shows, teaches, and sponsors art education in Edmond. Programs at the institute include music, drama, clay, painting, visual arts and arts education. Stop in and enjoy the monthly exhibits. 27 E. Edwards, 405/340-4481 edmondfinearts.com

 First Public Schoolhouse 1889 Territorial School

This is believed to be the first school built in Oklahoma Territory after the Land Run of 1889. It has been restored and is open to visitors the first two Saturdays of every month

from 1pm-4pm and is available to be pre-booked as a learning experience for special group tours. 124 E. 2nd, 405/715-1889 edmondhistoricpreservationtrust.com

 Frontier City

Take a step back into the old Wild West at this 40 acre Premier Attractions theme park. With wild rides for all ages and live concerts throughout the season, Frontier City has plenty of fun & action for your gang. I-35 south of Edmond, 405/478-2140 frontiercity.com

 Gracelawn Cemetery

Visually unique with its WPA brick and stone fence, Gracelawn Cemetery was established by the citizens of Edmond in April 1895. It is the burial place of “Kickingbird Reynolds,” one of Edmond’s founding fathers and one of the original legislators from Oklahoma’s early territorial days. Visit the Veteran’s Memorial located at the SW area of Gracelawn Cemetery, Edmond’s first cemetery. The memorial consists of several vertical markers all with quotes by former U.S. Presidents or historical information. There is even a marker that has important historical documents stored underneath it. The memorial is surrounded by landscaping, benches, a bell and a picnic table so you can sit down and pay your respects and enjoy reading the markers. 1407 N. Broadway, 405/216-7645 edmondok.com

 Hardeman Auditorium

Located within the Garvey Center at Oklahoma Christian University, this auditorium with 1184 seats hosts the music department’s annual Holiday performance featuring the entire OC music department ensemble groups as well as individual ensemble groups throughout the year. 2501 E. Memorial, 405/425-5530 oc.edu

 Kickingbird Cinema 8

Featuring all the latest movies, this cinematic adventure has 8 screens, with lots of variety for everyone. 1225 E Danforth, 405/341-7227 kbirdcinema.com

 Lazy E Arena

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6 separate trampoline courts available for open jump, games, and more! 14402 N Lincoln Blvd, 405/463-3335 elevationtp.com/edmond-about

 Fine Arts Institute of Edmond

Visit the largest indoor arena in the country! Providing a full calendar of rodeo excitement and other equestrian events. Come to the Lazy E where western legends are made. I-35 & Waterloo Rd., 405/282-7433 lazye.com

 MAC in Mitch Park

The Multipurpose Activity Center (MAC) in Mitch Park houses an expanded Senior Citizen’s Center, Parks Administration offices, community meeting rooms, an outdoor amphitheater & recreation programs. 2733 Marilyn Williams Dr, 405/359-4630 edmondparks.com

 Mathis Bros Skate Park

Located within Mitch Park, this unique skate park offers 17,500 square feet of ramps, pipes,

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symbol of strength in the wake of unspeakable violence. The Outdoor Symbolic Memorial is a quiet place of reflection; the Memorial Museum is a place of amazing transformation. Come share the dream of a world without violence or terrorism 620 N. Harvey in downtown OKC (NW 6th Street & Harvey Ave.), 405/235-3313 OklahomaCityNationalMemorial.org

 Oklahoma Christian University - Judd Theater

 Othello’s

Now a unique dining experience, this building was the original home of Edmond’s first hospital... which was on the 2nd floor over Edmond’s 1st cinema! Pressed tin ceiling and other details make this a picturesque dinner destination. 1 S. Broadway, 405/330-9045 othellos.us

 Pelican Bay Aquatic Center

Cool off at this colorful public aquatic center. Open Memorial Day through Labor Day. 1034 S. Bryant, 405/216-7633 pelicanbayaquatics.com

Students put their skills to work by participating in the productions of the university. The season includes everything from one act plays to  POPS full scale musicals. This 66-foot steel soda bottle 2501 E Memorial Rd, 405/425-5522 www.oc.edu/campus/facility/judd-theatre sculpture - complete with a straw! has brilliant LED lights that rotate  Oklahoma City Zoo up and down the bottle, is Rt. 66’s Go wild at one of the country’s newest icon. Over 500 flavors of largest and best zoos. In fact it fizzy fun just east of Edmond on is ranked among the top 10 zoos historic Rt. 66 in Arcadia. Enjoy in the nation. Travel just a few breakfast, lunch & dinner hot off minutes south of Edmond and take the grill, all day, every day. the 50th St. exit from I-35 south to 660 W. Highway 66, 405/928-7677 experience this award-winning zoo! pops66.com 2000 Remington Pl, 405/424-3344  Public Art okczoo.com Thanks in large part to Edmond’s  Oklahoma Visual Arts Commission, Edmond Firefighters Museum is home to a large collection This museum showcases an of public sculpture scattered extensive display of firefighting throughout the city…tucked into equipment honoring these every day corners and just waiting to surprise heroes. 50th St. exit from I-35 S. you with unexpected beauty. This 2716 NE 50th St, 405/424-3440 extensive collection gave rise to osfa.info/memorial Edmond being known as “The Art of Oklahoma”. edmondok.com visitedmondok.com

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foot twisting water slide that is 130 feet long running inside and outside the building! The recreation center has a traditional fitness center, gym, elevated walking/jogging track, children’s play area, fitness classes  Memorial Park Cemetery and traditional YMCA programs Located on the south side of for all ages. While working as a Edmond, this historic cemetery is traditional YMCA, day passes are the burial site of Wiley Post, famous available. aviator & friend of Oklahoma 2901 Marilyn Williams Dr, 405/330-4016 statesman Will Rogers. The ymcaokc.org/locations/mitch-park cemetery features unique WPA brick and stone fencing.  National Cowboy And 13313 N Kelley Ave, 405/755-1111 Western Heritage Museum memorialparkcem.com Visit this internationally-acclaimed museum featuring the finest  Mitch Park collection of western art and This 133 acre park features several artifacts in the world. It is located playgrounds including handicap just minutes south of Edmond. accessible facilities, multiple use 1700 NE 63rd, 405/478-2250 trails, basketball courts, pavilions, nationalcowboymuseum.org picnic tables, grills, amphitheater, Multiple Activity Center/Senior  National Softball Center and sports fields with Hall of Fame concession stand and restrooms. Considered to be the finest softball 1501 W. Covell, 405/359-4630 venue in the nation, the National edmondparks.com Softball Hall of Fame annually hosts many premier events in  Mitch Park YMCA Edmond softball, such as the NCAA Recreation and Aquatic Center Women’s College World Series. Located adjacent to the MAC, Mitch 2801 NE 50th St, 405/424-5266 Park YMCA Edmond Recreation teamusa.org/usa-softball/asa-hall-ofand Aquatic Center offers a fame-complex competitive 50-meter swimming pool and state of the art recreation  Oklahoma City center. This facility is a partnership National Memorial between the City of Edmond, A celebrated example of a living Edmond Public Schools and the monument honoring those who YMCA. The natatorium will seat were killed, those who survived 800 spectators and hosts state and those changed forever on April and regional swim meets. There 19, 1995 by the bombing of the is also a family leisure pool with Alfred P. Murrah Federal Building lap lanes and play zone. For the in downtown Oklahoma City. The adventuresome there’s even a 20.5Memorial & Museum stand as a

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 Rodkey Family Home – 1900 Territorial Home

 Shannon Miller Park

The famous bright red Rt. 66 landmark is located 6 miles east One of the world’s finest horse racing tracks features exciting racing of Edmond in Arcadia since1898. The Barn is 60' in diameter, 45' in action running a thoroughbred height and is two stories high. The schedule as well as a quarter horse calendar. Off track betting available structure was designed with the for those who want to cover several notion that being round would help it withstand Oklahoma’s tornadic tracks at once! State-of-the-art conditions. casino provides great year ‘round 107 OK-66 , 405/396-0824 gaming action. Take the 50th St. arcadiaroundbarn.com exit from I-35 south. One Remington Place, 405/424-1000  Science Museum Oklahoma remingtonpark.com This unique museum offers handson, interactive, space,  Rocket Fizz aviation, gymnastics, train & A one stop shops for all of your traveling exhibits, as well as live soda pop and candy cravings, with science demos, a planetarium & thousands of bottled soda pops and candies from all over America, a Dome Theatre. Located just including some from other galaxies! minutes south of Edmond, take the 50th St. exit from I-35 south. 130 N. Broadway, Suites 100 & 110 2020 Remington Place, 405/602-6664 405/509-2301, rocketfizz.com sciencemuseumok.org Built in 1910 and moved to Stephenson Park, this is the former home of Isaac and Catherine Rodkey, early-day Edmond owners of Rodkey’s Best Flour Mill. Window viewing is allowed. 410 South Littler , 405/340-0078 www.edmondhistory.org/party-rentals/

Adjacent to the Edmond Public Library, this park includes one the community’s finest pieces of public art, a bronze statue honoring Edmond native and seven-time Olympic medalist gymnast, Shannon Miller. Jackson & First, 405/359-4630 edmondparks.com

 Sky Zone Trampoline Park

The world’s first indoor trampoline park, with trampolines as far as the eye can see and a foam landing pit filled with 10,000 foam cubes! 2525 South Broadway, 405/359-1631 skyzone.com/edmond/ Downtown Edmond

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 Round Barn of Arcadia

Conference and Event Services can help plan everything from yearly conferences to your very special wedding. They even go that extra mile to help you customize your event just the way you envision it. Conference and Events offers clients one of the most comprehensive event sites and planned programs in the state. They offer a full range of services including catering, audio/visual, included set-up and break-down and an experienced event planner all at a low cost. Their experienced staff has over 25 years of combined experience in coordinating conferences, special events and weddings for as many as 800 people. Partnering with UCO Dining Services, and their excellent catering services provide you with everything from boxed lunches to a sit down meal for 500, or even a themed buffet and a full service bar. To schedule a tour or meeting with us or to book your next event email Will Heckenkemper at willh@uco. edu or call 405-974-2715 100 N University Dr, 405/974-2000 uco.edu

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 Remington Park Racing & Casino

 UCO – Jazz Lab

The Jazz Lab is a world class entertainment venue featuring an artfully relaxed atmosphere styled after jazz clubs in New Orleans! Select evenings (usually Thurs., Fri., Sat.) the Jazz Lab features live entertainment. Food and adult beverages available from Hideaway Pizza. 100 East 5th St, 405/974-2100 ucojazzlab.com

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100 N. University Dr, 405/974-5299 uco.edu/cfad/melton-gallery

 UCO – Mitchell Hall Theater This UCO performing arts venue opened in 1926. This theater offers a variety of Broadway style performances each season. 100 N. University Dr, 405/974-3375 mitchellhalltheatre.com

 UCO – Museums & Galleries The University of Central Oklahoma’s College of Fine Arts and Design boasts several venues where students can either display their work or experience the work of nationally and internationally renowned professional artists. 100 N. University Dr, 405/974-2000 uco.edu/cfad

 UCO – Outdoor Adventure Recreation

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 UCO – Melton Gallery

Located in Lake Arcadia’s Edmond Park, the Center for Outdoor Adventure Recreation (OAR) provides UCO students and visitors alike unprecedented access to outdoor recreational opportunities. The OAR gives guests access to canoe, kayak, rowing, hiking and biking experiences as well as providing a great location for academic classes. Professional staff will be available at the location to provide recreational opportunities and instruct proper usage of the equipment. East on Rt. 66 in Edmond Park, 405/974-2200 uco.edu/wellness/sr/outdoorrecreation

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First opened for classes in 1893, Old North is noted as the first building of higher education in the state of Oklahoma. Listed on the National Register of Historic places, Old North is a community icon and the enduring symbol of the University of Central Oklahoma. University Dr & Campbell, 405/974-2000 uco.edu

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 UCO – US Olympic/ Paralympic Training Site

Since 2005, UCO has hosted the Paralympic Training Site, working to promote excellence in the lives of persons with physical disabilities. As a training site, the university is home to the U.S. Men’s and Women’s Sitting Volleyball teams. It is a U.S. Olympic Committee Community Partner, and assists with other Paralympic athletes and sport programs. For more information, visit the US Paralympics website at usparalympics.org, or contact Leigha Pemberton at 405/974-3160 or LPemberton@uco.edu • Sports Offered – Archery, Powerlifting, Sitting Volleyball, Track & Field

• Military Sports Programs – Adventure Therapy and the Regional Center of Excellence provide our injured active duty servicemen and women and military veterans with an opportunity to enhance their physical and emotional rehabilitation through the introduction of Paralympic sport and friendly competition. For more information contact Kimo Aweau at 405/974-3154 or kaweau@uco.edu www.uco.edu/wellness/sr/trainingsite

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THE ART OF ENTERTAINMENT Enjoy a live performance while you’re here. There’s something for everyone ranging from laid back New Orleans style jazz to touring Broadway productions…and a little bit of everything in between. The following performance venues are color coded to reference the centerfold map in this book. Come to Edmond and be Artfully Entertained today!

 Armstrong Auditorium

A concertgoers dream, this auditorium is both acoustically exquisite and a visual masterpiece for the senses. This cultural jewel is a must see when you visit Edmond. 14400 S. Bryant Rd, 405/285-1010 armstrongauditorium.org

 Boulevard Steakhouse & Martini Lounge

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The Boulevard Steakhouse is the perfect place for fine dining. Then step next door for live music and a full service upscale bar at the Martini Lounge. 505 S. Boulevard, 405/715-2333 boulevardsteakhouse.com

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 Henry Hudson’s Pub

Live Karaoke on select nights starting at 9:30pm. 2100 E. 2nd St, 405/359-6707 henryhudsonspub.com

 Kickingbird Cinema 8

Featuring all the latest movies, this cinematic adventure has 8 screens, with lots of variety for everyone. 1225 E. Danforth Rd in Kickingbird Square 405/341-7227, kbirdcinema.com

 Mitchell Hall Theatre

This unique theatre located on the University of Central Oklahoma campus offers a variety of productions, touring Broadway shows & concerts. 100 N. University Dr, 405/974-3375 mitchellhalltheatre.com

 Oklahoma Christian University - Judd Theatre

Students put their skills to work by participating in the productions of the university. The season includes everything from one act plays to full scale musicals. 2501 E Memorial Rd, 405/425-5522 www.oc.edu/campus/facility/judd-theatre

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 Summer Concerts in the Park The concerts are FREE and are performed on Thursdays nights from June through August. Bring your lawn chair or blanket and enjoy the summer nights listening to your favorite band! Hafer Park at 9th St & Bryant 405/359-4630 / edmondparks.com

 UCO Jazz Lab

The Jazz Lab is a world class entertainment venue featuring an artfully relaxed atmosphere styled after jazz clubs in New Orleans! Select evenings (usually Thurs., Fri., Sat.) the Jazz Lab features live entertainment. Food and adult beverages available from Hideaway Pizza. 100 E. 5th St, 405/974-2100 ucojazzlab.com

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HIS TOR IC R OU T E 6 6 travel on the “Mother Road” and family vacations to see America at its best. Today you can “get your kicks” on more than 400 miles of Route 66 in Oklahoma, the longest drive-able stretch of this historic road, and Edmond is right in the heart of the action. So take a nostalgic ride on Route 66, and let it speak to your heart through bright neon signs, quaint motels, drive-ins and quirky attractions all tucked away in the friendly small towns of Oklahoma. Here are just a few of the treasures you’ll find on the Mother Road. ELK CITY: National Rt 66 & Transportation Museum 580/225-0207 / VisitElkCity.com

OK CITY: Milk Bottle Building, National Cowboy & Western Heritage Museum, OKC National Memorial, The Gold Dome Building CLINTON: Oklahoma Rt 66 Museum 405/297-8912 / VisitOkC.com & Mohawk Lodge Indian Store 580/323-2222 / ClintonOk.org EDMOND: Memorial Park Cemetery, Edmond Historical Society & HYDRO: Lucille’s Historic Route 66 Museum, Blue Hippo, Old North/UCO, Store & Station Touch the Sky 580/772-8808 405/341-4344 LucillesRoadhouse.com VisitEdmondOk.com EL RENO: Historic Fort Reno ARCADIA: Round Barn, POPs & Rt 66 Murals 405/396-0824 405/262-8687 ArcadiaRoundBarn.com ElRenoTourism.org 405/928-7677 / Pops66.com YUKON: Yukon’s Best Flour Mill 405/354-3567 / YukonCC.com

CHANDLER: Chandler Route 66 Interpretive Center 405/258-1300 Route66InterpretiveCenter.org SAPULPA: Waite Phillips Filling Station Museum 918/224-4171 SapulpaHistoricalSociety.com

TULSA: Cain’s Ballroom, Art Deco FOYIL: Totem Pole Park buildings downtown, The Golden 918/533-2079 Driller, Philbrook Museum rchs1.org/totem-pole-park 918/585-1201 / VisitTulsa.com AFTON: Darryl Starbird’s National CATOOSA: Blue Whale, Rod & Custom Car Hall of Fame D.W. Correll Museum Museum 918/266-6062 918/257-4234 CatoosaChamber.org DarrylStarbird.com

MIAMI: Coleman Theater, Route 66 Vintage Iron Motorcycle Museum, Waylan’s Ku-Ku Burger 918/542-4435 VisitMiamiOk.com

CLAREMORE: Will Rogers Memorial Museum, JM Davis Arms & Historical Museum, The Route 66 Nut House 918/341-8688 VisitClaremore.org

QUAPAW: Spook light RoadsideAmerica.com/ story/11480

COMMERCE: Allen’s Conoco Fillin’ Station 918/533-2079

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Phone: 405-341-4344 | Toll-Free: 1-866-341-4344 | Fax: 405-216-7783 | Website: www.VisitEdmondOK.com

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 Oak Tree Country Club

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 Parks & Pavilions

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An upscale 160 room Hilton Hotel and Conference Center will be coming to Edmond, and will feature 20,000 square feet of flexible first class meeting and convention space, with the ability to accommodate up to 900 people in its largest ballroom, extensive breakout meeting space and a new office location for the Edmond Convention and Visitors Bureau.

 Pelican Bay Aquatic Center

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 River Oaks Golf Club

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 University of Central Oklahoma

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 American Legion Post 111 101 E. 5th St, Edmond, OK 73034 edmondpost111.org  Best Western Edmond Inn & Suites 2700 E. 2nd St, Edmond, OK 73034 bestwesternoklahoma.com  Boulevard Steak House 505 S. Boulevard, Edmond, OK 73034 boulevardsteakhouse.com  Charleston’s 3409 S. Broadway, Edmond, OK 73013 charlestons.com  Downtown Community Center 28 E. Main St, Edmond, OK 73034 edmondok.com  Edmond Area Chamber of Commerce 825 E. 2nd, Ste 100, Edmond, OK 73034 edmondchamber.com  Edmond Library 10 S. Boulevard, Edmond, OK 73034 metrolibrary.org  Fairfield Inn & Suites by Marriott 301 Meline Dr, Edmond, OK 73034 fairfieldinn.com/okced  Financial District of OK Conference Center 1725 E. 15th St, Edmond, OK 73013 financialdistrictok.com  Hampton Inn 300 Meline Dr, Edmond, OK 73034 hamptoninn.com  Holiday Inn Express & Suites 3240 E. 2nd St, Edmond, OK 73034 hiexpress.com/esedmondok  Inspirations Tea Room 2118 W. Edmond Rd, Edmond, OK 73003 inspirationstearoom.com  La Quinta Inns & Suites 200 Meline Dr, Edmond, OK 73034 lq.com  Lazy E Arena 9600 Lazy E Drive, Guthrie, OK 73044 lazye.com  Lottinvilles Woodgrill 801 Signal Ridge Road, Edmond, OK 73013 lottinvillesrestaurant.com  MAC in Mitch Park 2733 Marilyn Williams Dr, Edmond, OK 73003 edmondparks.com

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MULTI-MONTH

 Citizens Bank of Edmond’s Heard on Hurd Downtown Edmond

Local live music, food trucks and pop up shops will line downtown Edmond’s Broadway between Main & Hurd Streets. The third Saturday of the month March thru October. facebook.com/heardonhurd

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Open Saturdays only mid-April thru May, then on Wednesdays and Saturdays June thru October. This market features plenty of local farm produce and Oklahoma-made products. 405/359-4630 / edmondparks.com JANUARY

 Eagle Watch - Arcadia Lake

Dress warm and bring the binoculars! Witness the beauty and grace of our national bird, the Bald Eagle, as they enjoy their winter home in Edmond’s Arcadia Lake. 405/216-7470 / arcadialakeok.com

The Lazy E Arena will become the premier location to see the country’s top ropers in action. 405/282-RIDE / lazye.com

 Simon Bucking Stock Sale Lazy E Arena

Largest bucking stock sale in the nation! Selling approximately 500 top bucking horses and bulls. Over $21,000 in prize money for Cowboys and over $10,000 in prize money for futurity horses. Also selling approximately 50 head of saddle horses. 405/282-RIDE / lazye.com

 Wu Man, Pipa Shanghai String Quartet- A Night in Ancient and New China Armstrong Auditorium

The pipa is a lute-like instrument with a history of over 2,000 years in China. Wu Man, the instrument’s premier virtuoso, is the leading ambassador of Chinese music. 405/285-1010 / armstrongauditorium.com

 Kicker ArenaCross Nationals & Mud Bog Show - Lazy E Arena Experience the excitement at this National motorcycle competition on a specially-constructed dirt race track within an indoor arena. The racing is tight and action packed. 405/282-RIDE / lazye.com

 Don Quixote- Russian National Ballet Theatre Armstrong Auditorium

Don Quixote features some of

Marius Petipa’s most captivating choreography, with daring leaps and high extensions woven together with rousing corps de ballet segments showcasing the great Flamenco tradition. 405/285-1010 / armstrongauditorium.com FEBRUARY

 Lazy E Red Dirt Classic Lazy E Arena

World Series of Team Roping. 405/282-RIDE / lazye.com

 USTA MV G14 Futures Oak Tree Country Club

Advanced Girls’ Tennis Singles and Doubles. 405/366-8859 / missourivalley.usta.com

 The Five Irish Tenors Ireland Calling Armstrong Auditorium

 Cinch Timed Event Championship of the World and JR Ironman Championship Lazy E Arena 5 Performances over 3 Days. The Cinch Timed Event Championship is one of the most prestigious events in Western sports, and it was developed 30 years ago as a way to decide the greatest allaround timed-event cowboy. Its list of champions is a who¹s who of rodeo¹s greatest stars. The tradition continues at the fabulous Lazy E Arena. 405/282-RIDE / lazye.com

 National Symphony Orchestra of Ukraine - New World Symphony by Dvorak Armstrong Auditorium

Formed by the Council of Ministers of Ukraine in November of 1918, Following in the footsteps of the great Irish Tenor John McCormack, the National Symphony Orchestra of Ukraine is considered to be one in a sensational program, The Five of the finest symphony orchestras in Irish Tenors fuse Irish wit and Eastern Europe and is the leading boisterous charm, with lyricism, symphonic organization of the dramatic flair and operatic style nation of Ukraine. to bring you a unique Irish tenor 405/285-1010 / armstrongauditorium.com concert experience. 405/285-1010 / armstrongauditorium.com MARCH

 Cinch TEC Pro-AM Team Roping - Lazy E Arena

Come see pro rodeo elite compete against the clock at the beautiful Lazy E Arena. These rodeo athletes are heading to the NFR. 405/282-RIDE / lazye.com

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In Edmond The Art of Fun is firmly imprinted on a whole year of exciting special events. This is a town with a talent in the Art of planning great community events. Whether its fine art, music, performance art, or action packed sports, that you’re interested in… Edmond has an event (or two) just for you.

 USTRC 21st Annual Super Bowl Team Roping Lazy E Arena

 Southwest Reined Cow Horse Association Show - Lazy E Arena 405/282-RIDE / lazye.com

 USTRC Oklahoma Winter Classic Team Roping Lazy E Arena

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 Sport of Kings Challenge & Open Horse Show I Lazy E Arena

The Sport of Kings Challenge is a three show series open to all horses of any breed. 405/282-RIDE / lazye.com APRIL

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World Series of Team Roping. The second of two Red Dirt Classic USTRC events in 2016 with a full slate of ropings, make sure not to miss this Lazy E produced Team Roping...in its 4th year, the Red Dirt Classic has become a staple stop for any team roper in the central US produced right and team roper friendly! 405/282-RIDE / lazye.com

 UCO’s Annual Spring Powwow - UCO

The day begins with a Gourd Dance, followed by dancing in a variety of styles, time to explore vendor booths and a traditional Native American meal. The Grand Entry includes the presentation of

 Lucas Oil JuniorMotoX Supercross - Lazy E Arena

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The JuniorMotoX will bring amateur racing to a new level with a Supercross style course that is nearly 2,000 feet long featuring some of the best dirt on earth. 405/282-RIDE / lazye.com

 U.S. Team Penning Association Spring Round Up

 Chris Neal’s Future Stars Calf Roping - Lazy E Arena

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 Eroica Trio

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 Barrel Bash - Lazy E Arena

The most sought after trio in the world, the Grammy-nominated Eroica Trio enraptures audiences with flawless technical virtuosity, irresistible enthusiasm and sensual elegance 405/285-1010 / armstrongauditorium.com

 Oklahoma/Kansas Border Bash Rodeo - Lazy E Arena 405/282-RIDE / lazye.com MAY

 Lazy E Red Dirt Reining Lazy E Arena 405/282-RIDE / lazye.com

 Downtown Edmond Arts Festival - Broadway North of 2nd St

Stroll through historic downtown Edmond into a land of art. Held the first full weekend of May, this juried arts festival brings in gifted artists from near and far to transform the street into a beautiful gallery. Delicious foods and great entertainment are bound to please the senses as well. 405/249-9391 / downtownedmondok.com

 Lazy E Mounted Shooting Classic - Lazy E Arena

Mounted contestants compete in this fast-action timed event using two .45 caliber single action revolvers each loaded with five rounds of specially-prepared blank ammunition. 405/282-RIDE / lazye.com

 18th Annual Endeavor Games for Athletes with Physical Disabilities - UCO

Sanctioned by the US Olympic Committee, this Paralympic qualifying event provides athletes with physical disabilities an opportunity to display their talents in a competitive setting, against athletes with similar disabilities. Events include power lifting, cycling, table tennis, wheelchair track & field, wheelchair basketball, indoor/outdoor archery, swimming, sitting volleyball, ambulatory track & field and shooting. The games also provide training clinics for aspiring athletes including many of our Nation’s “Wounded Warriors.” 405/974-3160 / ucoendeavorgames.com

 Vintage CountrE Market Lazy E Arena

 Oklahoma Route 66 Corvette Round Up - Hafer Park

Features a vast variety of vendors with product selections ranging from junk and antiques, to repurposed and industrial. Discover the find of your life! Two days of fun, food and Junkin’! 405/282-RIDE / lazye.com

 Kids All-American Fishing Derby - Arcadia Lake

 USTRC Oklahoma Classic Team Roping - Lazy E Arena

This event celebrates historic Route 66 travel with the presentation of Corvettes from throughout Oklahoma and surrounding states. The family friendly festivities include food vendors, music, door  Oklahoma 4-H State Horse prizes and a silent auction. Show - Lazy E Arena 405/721-5616 / centralokcorvetteclub.org 405/282-RIDE / lazye.com

Kids don’t get hooked into doing just any ol’ thing! Bring your poles and minnows–then cast yourself the winning lure. It’s no fish story when we say you’ll have a mighty good time. 405/216-7470 / arcadialakeok.com

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The Quartet produces a seamless blend of voices, resulting in a unified sound that is at once textured and balanced. Its intensity and precision produce the remarkable performance experience audiences across the world continue to seek. 405/285-1010 / armstrongauditorium.com

flags and the honoring of veterans and other guests like tribal chiefs, princesses, elders and powwow organizers. 405/974-3588 / uco.edu/student-life/ diversity/programsandevent/powwow.asp

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 Jerusalem String QuartetHaydn, Prokofiev, Beethoven Armstrong Auditorium

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JULY

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 National Little Britches Rodeo Association Finals Lazy E Arena

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“Where Legends Begin...” Contestants from the ripe old age of 5 to 18 years old are eligible to compete. The NLBRA offers western minded youth the opportunity to compete in rodeo while developing their self-confidence, sense of integrity, sportsmanship, and athletic talent. The best prize list of any National Finals Rodeo for youth and world class competition from across the nation. www.NLBRA.com 405/282-RIDE / lazye.com

 Miss Rodeo Oklahoma Horsemanship Competition Roping - Lazy E Arena 405/282-RIDE / lazye.com

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 Bonus Barrel Race Regionals & National Barrel Racing Tour Finale - Lazy E Arena 405/282-RIDE / lazye.com AUGUST

MAYB Girls National Championship - Edmond 316/284-0354 / mayb.com

 22nd Annual Beat the Heat Invitational Edmond Soccer Club Each August many out-of-town soccer teams come to Edmond for one of the largest and highest quality tournaments available in Oklahoma. 405/348-BALL / edmondsoccer.com

 Lazy E Red Dirt Classic World Series of Team Roping - Lazy E Arena 405/282-RIDE / lazye.com

 Oklahoma Cattlemen’s Association Range Round-up

The OCA Range Round Up features 12 historic Oklahoma ranch teams in head to head competition for bruises and bragging rights. The OCA Range Round-Up is comprised of six events depicting day-to-day ranching jobs. OCA 405/235-4391 OR the Lazy E 405/282-RIDE okcattlemen.org/ ocaannualrangeround-up

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NOVEMBER

 Oklahoma Department of Wildlife Expo - Lazy E Arena

 Turkey Shoot-Out Tournament - Edmond Soccer Club

This event is a free hands-on interactive expo of exhibits, seminars, clinics, workshops, and demonstrations centering on wildlife and outdoor life activities. 405/522-6279 wildlifedepartmentexpo.com

 Western Dressage Association of American World Finals - Lazy E Arena 405/282-RIDE / lazye.com OCTOBER

 USTRC Shootout Championship Team Roping Lazy E Arena

Premier Team Roping Horse Sale 405/282-RIDE / lazye.com

 Pops Arcadia Corn Maze Pops

Coming to our corn maze is going to be much more than just walking through a corn maze. 405/233-2000 facebook.com/Arcadiacornmaze

 Storybook Forest Arcadia Lake

Kids and their parents are invited to walk through the not-so-scary Storybook Forest to collect candy. There is a nominal fee for kids and parents are FREE. A hayride takes you back to the start where you can toast marshmallows or warm up with some hot chocolate! 405/216-7470 / arcadialakeok.com

Every year, one weekend in November many out-of-town teams come to Edmond to determine the best soccer team in this region. The Turkey Shootout has become one of the finest Recreational Tournaments in the state of Oklahoma featuring competition for Recreational and Academy teams. 405/348-BALL / edmondsoccer.com

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Experience LibertyFest!! Edmond celebrates America’s birthday in a BIG way. LibertyFest is a collection of 10 events that start June 25th and go thru the fireworks on the 4th of July. There are activities sure to please the whole family in this week long celebration such as LibertyFest‘s Car Show, Rodeo, Kite Festival, Road Rally, Taste of Edmond, Concert, and Oklahoma’s greatest 4th of July Parade. Check the LibertyFest website for specific times and locations for all ten of the events. 405/340-2527 / libertyfest.org

 AJGA Golf Tournament Oak Tree Country Club

 OHSRA/OJHSRA Fall Break Bash Rodeo - Lazy E Arena 405/282-RIDE / lazye.com

 10th A-OK Alpaca Blastoff Lazy E Arena 405/282-RIDE / lazye.com

 Chris Neal’s Rising Stars Calf Roping - Lazy E Arena 405/282-RIDE / lazye.com DECEMBER

 Edmond Christmas Lights

Edmond lights up for the season with lights in 5 areas: Downtown Edmond, UCO, OC, Spring Creek shopping area and the 1st Baptist Church. 405/341-4344 / visitedmondok.com

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 LibertyFest, Edmond’s 4th of July Festival Various Venues

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 Edmond Outdoor Ice Skating Rink - Mitch Park

Located in Mitch Park. Enjoy the wholesome, outdoor physical exercise and camaraderie of ice skating under the open skies and starlit nights. Please call or visit the website for hours of operation. This large rink offers free adjacent parking, food concessions and indoor restrooms. 405/274-1638 edmondoutdooricerink.com

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 Boys Ranch Town Drive-Thru Living Christmas Pageant Boys Ranch, East of I-35 on 33rd Street

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The Boys Ranch Town Drive-Thru Christmas Pageant has been an annual gift from Boys Ranch Town to the community and visitors from all over since 1971. It takes place for one weekend only in early December. This living nativity presents the Boys Ranch Town residents, staff, children and live animals from the ranch working together to depict the life of Jesus Christ including his birth, death and resurrection. Remember the

 The Mayor’s Tree Lighting Shannon Miller Park

It’s beginning to look a lot like Christmas! Help Edmond kick off the holiday season by supporting our mayor at the “lighting” of the Christmas tree. 405/359-4630 / downtownedmondok.com

 WinterGlow - UCO

Ho! Ho! Ho! will be heard loud and clear as the University of Central Oklahoma brings the community a Festive Holiday Evening including Santa’s Workshop, various children’s activities, photos with Santa, refreshments and more. Enjoy the University’s Holiday Lights throughout the campus as well. 405/974-2000 uco.edu/student-life/winterglow

 Midwest Cheer & Dance Championships - Lazy E Arena

Two day Cheer and Dance Competition open to all cheer teams, dance teams and individuals. MCDA 618/530-7948 midwestcheeranddance.com 405/282-RIDE / lazye.com

PUBLIC ART Much of this information is courtesy of the Edmond Visual Arts Commission and the Edmond Historical Society. Come see our Artful way of living. See a town where world-class sculptures are scattered like jewels throughout the city – dozens of them, lining the streets and tucked into corners, waiting to surprise you with unexpected beauty thoughtfully displayed throughout the community helping to make Edmond a city truly unmatched in the heartland. Take a moment to enjoy some of these beautifully unique works of art during your stay. All listings are color coded to coordinate with the centerfold map.

 NORTHWEST EDMOND 95 Years & Planting, Girl Scout Centennial Statue, a bronze & a bronze tree by Shan Gray, Mitch Park, north of ball fields, 2733 Marilyn Williams Drive

Edmond Historic Buildings, an etched glass mural by Marilyn Adams depicting historical buildings, inside Tinker Federal Credit Union, 1401 N Kelly, NW corner of Kelly & Danforth Golden Wings, a bronze by Gerald Balciar, Covell & Thomas Drive* Judy’s Iris, a bronze by Steve Palmerton, 1251 N. Broadway at the Hope Center L’ete, a contemporary yellow painted steel sculpture by Randy Marks, North of Covell, in median at entrance to Cheyenne Middle School off of Kelly

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SHOP EDMOND for terrific Holiday Shopping. Experience the wonder of the season as you step back in time with free trolley rides, food vendors, musical entertainment and even Father Christmas! 405/249-9391 / downtownedmond.com

reason for the season and head to Edmond this December for an unforgettable evening of the miracle of Christmas. 405/341-3606 / obhc.org

Mark Twain, a bronze by Gary Lee Price, in median at Touchmark Drive & Shortgrass, off Covell between Kelly & Boulevard

African Sunset, a stainless steel and dichroic glass by Jeff Laing, median on Covell east of Kelly Best Friends, a bronze by Gary Alsum, Mitch Park, North side of Mitch Park YMCA, 2901 Marilyn Williams Drive

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 Christmas in Downtown Edmond

Crescent Moon, a stainless steel piece by Jeff Laing, 1501 W. Covell Rd. in Mitch Park

Edmond is home to almost 200 amazing works of public art!

Stickhorse Stampede

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On the Edge, a bronze by Clay Enoch, scheduled to be placed in 2016 in front of the Mitch Park YMCA, 2901 Marilyn Williams Drive Open Spaces - Habitat Series, a mixed media piece by B.J. White, Mitch Park, inside the MAC spread throughout the Parks & Recreation building, 2733 Marilyn Williams Drive

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Prairie Flowers, a bronze by Blair Buswell, Mitch Park, Edmond Senior Center Lobby, 2733 Marilyn Williams Drive

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Puerta del Color I and II, a kinetic piece by Greg Reiche, east side of Kelly - north of Prairie Village Drive Purple Heart Memorial Monument, a granite piece by Pete Delasi, off to the side of the main drive by entrance to Mitch Park, 2733 Marilyn Williams Drive Red Sails, a red powder-coated steel piece by Jim Stewart, on Kelly north of Covell in median

Small Galaxy, a kinetic, stainless steel by Andrew Carson, 1400 W. Covell Rd, North side of Dental building Stick Horse Stampede, a multiple piece bronze installation by Rosie Sandifer, in front of MAC at Mitch Park, 2733 Marilyn Williams Drive Story Time for Three, a bronze by Rosalind Cook, west of front parking lot, Edmond North High School, 215 W. Danforth, off Danforth between Kelly & Boulevard Tall Grass, a stainless steel piece by Dale Lamphere, RCB Bank, 855 W. Covell Rd, Kelly & Covell Tuntawu Offering, a stone, glass and steel piece by Greg Reiche, Broadway median South of Covell West Edmond Field, a bronze by Jim Franklin honoring one of the most productive oil fields in the world at its peak. In 1944 the field produced half of Oklahoma’s total production in that wartime year when our nation’s demands were at their highest., 2901 Marilyn Williams Drive, North of Mitch Park YMCA Wheel of Time, a stainless steel and dichroic glass piece by Jeff Laing, 1400 W. Covell Rd in the south flower bed of the Dental building Wolves In Timber, a mural by Dr. Bob Palmer, Cross Timbers Elementary School, 4800 N. Kelly

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Dancing Timber Ridge Family, a steel piece by Darroll Riddick, Ramblewood & Boulevard, North of Danforth

Ancient One, a bronze by Gino Miles, north side of 2nd St at entry of Sugar Hill Ranch, between Douglas & Post Road

Duet, a stainless steel piece by Jeff Laing, median on Boulevard, between Danforth & Covell

Anglers, a bronze by Jane DeDecker, 3540 S. Boulevard, between 33rd and Memorial Road

Endeavor, three stainless steel pieces by Jeff Laing, median on Boulevard, between Danforth & Covell

Arc of Peace, a bronze by Lorri Acott, Hafer Park, 9th & Bryant, by the duck pond and iris garden

First Love, a bronze by Missy Vandable, Animal Services Building at Cross Timbers, 2424 Old Timbers Drive near I-35 & Covell Joyful Empowerment, a bronze by Angela Mia De la Vega, Banc First 2125 N. Kelly On Deck, a bronze by Richard Pankratz, scheduled to be placed in 2015 at 66 N. Post Road, Edmond 66 Park Ball Field Reunion, a bronze by Gary Alsum, Edmond Fire & Training Center, I-35 and Covell, 5300 E. Covell Rd Swans in Flight, a 25 ft long bronze-and-steel piece situated in a reflecting pool with six water jets cascading above by internationallyrenowned sculptor, Sir David Wynne, Armstrong Auditorium, 14400 S. Bryant at Waterloo* Synergy, a bronze by Gary Lee Price, Cross Timbers Complex, I-35 & Covell Two Girls at Play, a mixed media by Josette Simon-Gestin, Public Works Center reception area, 2004 Old Timbers Drive

Big Wish, a bronze by Linda Prokop, Hafer Park, 9th & Bryant Dancing Triangles, a stainless steel piece by Kevin Robb, entry to Fox Lake Plaza, median on 2nd near I-35

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Oklahoma City Bombing Memorial for Edmond Victims, a blond rock and copper structure with a bronze plaque mounted at the center of the rock structure in honor of the 18 Edmond individuals killed by that tragedy, architect Duane Mass, Mitch Park, NE of pavilion #4, 2733 Marilyn Williams Drive

Sacagawea, a bronze by Glenna Goodacre, entrance to Mitch Park, 2733 Marilyn Williams Drive

Daphne II, a Cor-Ten Steel piece by Sam Spiczka, at the North entrance to the Edmond Dog Park, 450 E. 33rd St, East of Boulevard on 33rd First Star, a bronze by Dennis Smith, SW corner at 15th & Bryant Flor de la Vida, a limestone, glass, bronze, steel, & marble piece by Greg Reiche, north side of 2nd St at entry of Sugar Hill Ranch, between Douglas & Post Road Healing Flowers, a bronze by Victor Issa, Integris Health Edmond, East side of I-35 between 15th and 2nd Historical Orvis Risner, a mural by Dr. Bob Palmer, Orvis Risner School, 2801 S. Rankin, off Boulevard between 15th & 33rd Las Brisas, a bronze by Sandy Scott, entrance of Pelican Bay Aquatic Center, 1034 S. Bryant

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Nighthawk, a bronze by Paul Rhymer, 1901 Thomas Drive

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Roots and Wings, a bronze by Dennis Smith, NW corner of 2nd & Bryant, OU Medical Center Edmond

Windswept, a stainless steel piece by Dale Lamphere, off Boulevard between 33rd & Memorial

 SOUTHWEST EDMOND Angelic Being, a bronze by David Pearson, 1601 S. Kelly, off Kelly between 15th and 33rd

Settling In, a bronze by Fred Boyer, entry median of Sugar Hill Ranch, Barry Hill Soccer Memorial, a Bronze, artist unknown, Edmond between Douglas & Post Road Soccer Fields, 1502 W Danforth, Shaman of the Benediction, 1502 W Danforth, Edmond Soccer a bronze by Bill Worell, 2000 E Fields 15th St, off 15th between Bryant Belly Dancer, a bronze by Joshua and Coltrane Tobey, corner of W 33rd & Kelly She Ain’t Heavy, a bronze by Walt Blue Hippo, unofficially named Horton, 1325 S. Bryant, near 15th Buddy, made of fiberglass at AAA and Bryant Glass & Mirror, 1129 S. Broadway. The Owl and the Oak, a wooden The “kitsch art” hippo is a wellcarving by Thomas Zimmer, known Rt. 66 icon. Since its Bickham-Rudkin Park Arboretum, restoration in 1990, this humorous 430 E. 33rd hippo has been seen all around The Web, a mural by Palmer town - at a wedding, sitting on Studios, painted on the Traverse Broadway, fishing in the lake at climbing wall on concrete water Oklahoma Christian University and tank, Hafer Park pond area, 9th & atop several buildings* Bryant Fishing Hole, a bronze by Mark Turbine Fan Shaft, an actual Hopkins, SW corner of 15th & turbine fan shaft, Oklahoma Kelly Municipal Power Authority, 2701 Great Eagle, a bronze by Darren W I-35 Frontage Rd, between 15th Hussey, 2000 S. Kelly, at entry & 33rd median of Hundred Oaks Village V, a stainless steel piece by Dale Hooked, a red powder-coated Lamphere, 2133 E. 2nd St in front steel piece by Jim Stewart, 1925 S. of Legend V Apartments Kelly Ave. in median in front of Allegiance Credit Union Touch the Clouds (opposite page)

Mainstreet Edmond, a mural by Dr. Bob Palmer & UCO students, at WW Tire, 302 S. Broadway Poppies WWII Veteran Memorial, a bronze by Sandy Proctor, near 15th & Broadway by the Dental Depot 100 W. 15th St Raven A & Raven B, two bronzes by Jim Eppler, 9th & Broadway Sitting Knee Up, a bronze & steel piece by Susan Stamm Evans, 2505 S Kelly, between 15th & 33rd Spirit of the Prairie, two life size bronzes by David Alan Clark, known as The Thrasher & Next Winter’s Bread, Edmond Exchange, 33rd & Broadway* Striker, a bronze by Gary Alsum, 1502 W. Danforth at the Blake Soccer Complex, off Danforth between Santa Fe & Kelly Substance, a blue powder-coated steel piece by Joe Slack, Kelly median between 15th and 33rd, south of 18th St We Are The Wolves, a bronze by Kathy Buttry, Santa Fe High School, 1901 W. 15th. St, 15th between Kelly & Santa Fe Yesterday’s Commerce, three murals by Dr. Bob Palmer, west, south & east sides of Sherry’s Drug Store, 220 S. Littler

 DOWNTOWN ART Located around the Downtown area of Edmond Above It All, a bronze by Sandy Scott, SW corner of Main & Broadway Biomagnetism, an orange powder-coated steel piece by Mark Leichliter, SE corner of Main and Littler Centennial Clock, OK Centennial Project, 4-faces clock, 2nd & Broadway Chauncy, a bronze by Jim Budish, 19 N. Broadway, at the corner of Broadway & Hurd*

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Portal de Vida II, a limestone, bronze and glass piece by Greg Reiche, SE corner of Coltrane & 15th

White Deer of Autumn, a bronze piece by Denny Haskew, at Banc First, 1264 S. Bryant, Bryant between 9th and 15th

Cobra Lilies, a bronze by Tony Hochstetler, NW corner of Broadway & 1st Color Crazy Swirl, a kinetic, stainless steel piece by Andrew Carson, 104 S. Broadway Come Unto Me, a bronze by Rosalind Cook, 15 S. Broadway* Commerce Corner, a mural by Dr. Bob Palmer, NE corner of Broadway & Hurd in the alley Country Chic, a bronze by Sandra Van Zandt, 11 S. Broadway, in front of Around the Corner Restaurant Crane Unfolding, a white powder coated steel piece by Kevin Box, located in the courtyard of the Fine Arts Institute, 27 E. Edwards Dancing with Dolphins, a stainless steel piece by Kevin Robb, scheduled to be placed in 2015 at 118 N. Broadway

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Momentum, a steel abstract piece by Marko Kratohvil, Kirkpatrick Bank, 15 E. 15th Street*

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Giant Steps, a bronze by Gary Alsum, 1 N. Broadway

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Ham & Eggs, a bronze by D.D. Mason, Around the Corner Restaurant, 11 S. Broadway

Edmond Scenes, a pen & ink Historic Edmond Mural, a mural graphic by Glover Shipp, inside City by Dr. Bob Palmer, Main & First Building, 24 E. 1st Broadway, 2 S. Broadway Edmond Stations Land Run Home Delivery, a bronze by Blair Settlers, a mural by Dr. Bob Muhlestein, 2nd & Broadway Palmer and UCO students, 124 E. 2nd on the side of the building next Humpty Dumpty, a bronze and ceramic piece by Kimber Fiebiger, to First Public Schoolhouse-1889 7 N. Broadway Territorial School Edmond’s Finest, a bronze by Gary i-tse a-da-le-ni-ha, an oil painting by Dennis Johnson, 100 E. 1st St, Alsum, 100 E. 1st, Public Safety Public Safety Center Center Endurance, a bronze by Shirley Thomson-Smith, Edmond Municipal Court 101 E. 1st, NE corner of Main & Littler

Innocence, a bronze by Daginatvid Pearson, 21 S. Broadway

Engage, a fabricated steel piece by Destiny Allison, SW corner of Broadway & 1st

Justice, a bronze by Jeannine Young, Edmond Municipal Court 101 E. 1st St

Jester, a bronze by Victor Issa, NW corner of Broadway & Hurd

Land’s End, a painting by Lorenzo Chavez, inside City First Building, 24 E. 1st St Landscape, an oil painting by Dennis Downey, inside Municipal Court, 101 East 1st St Leap Frog, a bronze by F. Nada, located in the courtyard of the Fine Arts Institute, 27 E. Edwards*

Puppy Love

Shannon Miller “Maquette”, a Bronze by Shan Gray, City Administration Building, 7 N Broadway, 7 N Broadway & City Administration Building

LunchTime Atop the Rockefeller Center, vintage photography and iron piece by Lou Michaels, 10 S. Littler, inside Edmond Planning & Engineering Office

Sherlock Holmes, a bronze by Jane DeDecker, 100 E. 1st, Public Safety Center

Monet, a bronze by Gary Lee Price, Fine Arts Institute, 27 E. Edwards Morning Mist, a bronze by David Pearson, 19 N. Broadway, at the corner of Broadway & Hurd

Silent Desert, a bronze by David Pearson, SW corner of Broadway & Hurd Song of Songs, a bronze by David Pearson, Keller Williams Office, 30 E. Campbell, between Broadway & Boulevard

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Edmond 1989 Centennial Mural, a stained, painted and etched glass mural by Marilyn Adams depicting the 1889 Land Run, inside Edmond City Hall, 101 E. 1st

Leaping into History - Kentucky Daisey, a bronze by Mary Lou Gresham, Edmond’s Festival Market Place Plaza, 26 W. 1st just west of Broadway

Nesting, a bronze by Rosie Sandifer, Spring, an oil painting by Belle 1 E. 1st St, 1st & Broadway Dickerson, inside City First Building, 24 E. 1st St Paper Airplane, also known as Journeys of the Imagination, a bronze by Gary Lee Price, 2 S. Broadway

Pastoral Dreamer, a bronze by David Phelps, 14 S. Broadway Puffed Up Prince, a bronze by Gary Lee Price, City Complex, SW corner of 1st & Littler Puppy Love, a bronze by Marianne Caroselli, at 102 S. Broadway, SE corner of 1st & Broadway River Oak, a painting by Belle Dickerson, inside City First Building, 24 E. 1st Rough Cut Swiss, a bronze and steel piece by David Phelps, SW corner of Main & Broadway in front of Othello’s Restaurant

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Face Fragment II, III, & IV, bronzes by Susan Evans, 6 N. Broadway, Main & Broadway

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Destiny, a bronze by David Pearson, 10 E. Campbell, corner of Broadway and Campbell

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Table Dancer, a fabricated steel piece with bronze patina by David Coddaire, NE corner of Main & Broadway The Elm, an Acrylic Painting by Tom Stotts, City Administration Building, 7 N Broadway, 7 N Broadway, City Administration Building

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Three Totems, a bronze by Warren Cullar, Fine Arts Institute, 27 E. Edwards

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Yellow Ribbon, a bronze by Rich Muno, south end of the Edmond Post Office, 200 N. Broadway, Broadway & Campbell* You Go Girl, a bronze by Jim Budish, 19 E. Hurd in front of Farmers Insurance

Early Bird and Harvest Time, two bronzes by L’Deane Trueblood, 201 East 2nd St, First Christian Church*

Broncho Mural “The Land Run of 1889”, by Dr. Bob Palmer and Donna Sandager, a 10’ tall, 107’ long mural of horses and covered wagons racing for land during the 1889 Land Run, painted on exterior wall of the Communications Building on the campus of UCO*

Early Edmond Banking, a mural by Dr. Bob Palmer, east wall at InterBank, 125 E. 1st St, NW corner of Boulevard and 1st

 Central Edmond/University of Central Oklahoma Art located close to the campus.

Centennial Clock at UCO, Edmond Centennial Commission Project, a 4-faced clock, UCO’s Broncho Lake*

A Sheep and Lamb, a bronze by Mary Zimmerman, First Christian Church, 201 E. 2nd, Boulevard & 2nd*

Cloned Cube, a green powdercoated steel piece by Joe Slack, at the median north of Wayne and Boulevard

Time to Smell the Roses, a bronze piece by Marianne Caroselli, Ancient One, a fabricated steel Fine Arts Institute, 27 E. Edwards piece by Jimmie Dodson, Jr., Unfolding Star, a bronze by median on Boulevard, south of Kevin Box, Fine Arts Institute, Edwards 27 E. Edwards Angles, a red powder-coated steel Unlimited Horizon, a bronze by piece by Jim Stewart, median on Gary Lee Price, 111 S. Broadway Boulevard at Hurd Vertigoat, a bronze by Tim Cherry, At the Dance, a kinetic, copper 7 N. Broadway & aluminum piece by Dean Imel,

Voids & Foliage I, a small Cor-Ten south of Washington on Danforth Steel piece by Joe Slack, NW corner Backyard Adventure, a bronze by of Hurd & Broadway Missy Vandable, located at Bradford Wishing Well, a bronze by Village Retirement Community, unknown artist, at NE corner of 906 N. Boulevard Broadway & Edwards Balance 1, a bronze by Destiny Woman with Shawl, a bronze by Shirley Thomson-Smith, 32 N. Broadway, Citizens Bank

Breathe, a bronze by David Thummel, UCO’s College of Fine Arts and Design, 100 N. University*

Allison, Boulevard between Main & Hurd

Cougar, a bronze by unknown artist, near the center of UCO campus, 100 N. University* Dancing with the Muse, a bronze by Ted Gall, UCO Campus 100 N. University, Mitchell Hall Theater Dawn of Hope - Russell Dougherty, a bronze by Mary Lou Gresham, at Russell Dougherty Elementary School, 19 N. Boulevard on the SW corner off Hurd Double Dipper, a bronze by Mark Lundeen, located at Bradford Village Retirement Community, 906 N. Boulevard

Flight, a bronze by Christopher Domanski, UCO Campus, 100 N. University, East side of campus* Four Seasons, a bronze by Kevin Box, UCO Campus, 100 N. University, Center for Transformative Living

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Story Time, a bronze by Blair Muhlestein, 1st & Broadway on SW Corner

WPA Mural “Pre-Settlement Days”, a 1939 mural depicting early Oklahoma by Ila McAfee Turner, inside Edmond City Hall (Council Chambers), 101 E. 1st St

Golden Broncho, a bronze, unofficially named “Buddy”, Broncho Field house on the campus of UCO serving as mascot for the university* Jazz, a bronze by Gary Alsum, UCO Jazz Lab, 100 E. 5th St Journey II, a bronze by Gary Lee Price, median near the Edmond Public Library, 10 S. Boulevard Junipers Discuss an Odd Occurrence, inside the Planning Department Lobby , 10 S Littler, Planning Department lobby Kinetic Air, a bronze by Rich Muno, UCO Campus, 100 N. University, Mitchell Hall Theater Lady Liberty (Centennial Celebration Recast), a new bronze replica rededicated by Edmond LibertyFest, 2nd & Boulevard

Down Comforter Birds on a Stone Pedestal, a bronze by Paul Rhymer, Legacy, a limestone, glass, & steel First Christian Church, 201 E. 2nd by Greg Reiche, Edmond Area Chamber of Commerce, 825 E. 2nd St, Boulevard & 2nd*

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St. Francis, a bronze by Beverly Steigerwald, 1000 N. Broadway at the Church of the Good Shepherd

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LOVE MY BIKE, a kinetic, stainless steel piece by Amos Robinson, Gossett Park near University Drive

Shakespeare Bench, a bronze by Gary Lee Price, UCO Campus, 100 N. University, Mitchell Hall Theater

Moses, an abstract bronze by Gibb Singleton, First Christian Church, 201 E. 2nd St, Boulevard & 2nd* Native Americans, Oil Paintings by Red Bird, 10 S Littler, Planning Department lobby New Heights of Knowledge A Bigger Picture, a bronze by Gary Lee Price, 124 E. 2nd St, in front of First Public Schoolhouse-1889 Territorial School

Royal Red, a bronze by Tim Cherry, 4th & Boulevard

Shannon Miller, a bronze sculpture by Shan Gray in honor of Shannon Miller, Edmond’s renowned Olympic gold gymnast, Shannon Miller Park - S. Jackson St & E. 1st, adjacent to the Edmond Public Library Six in Red, an Acrylic Painting by Dick Evans, 10 S Littler, Planning Department lobby

Statue of Liberty, 8'4" replica made of bronze produced by the Friedly-Voshardt Company, Chicago, Originally located on the north side of the intersection of Boulevard and 2nd in 1951. In Oklahoma Storm, a Pastel Painting 2007 after the recast was placed by Michelle Beck, Municipal Court (Lady Liberty), the original was Building, 101 E 1st Street, 101 E 1st moved to the Edmond Historical Society & Museum. Street, Municipal Court Building Olympic & Paralympic Strength, Stepping Out, a bronze by Susan a bronze & steel piece by Jon Hair, Stamm Evans, 325 N. Bryant, west side of Bryant between 2nd & Ayers UCO Campus, 100 N. University,

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New Heights of Knowledge - Far Away Places, a bronze by Gary Lee Price, 124 East 2nd St, in front of First Public Schoolhouse-1889 Territorial School

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Peace, a bronze by Georgene McGonagle, First Christian Church, 201 E. 2nd St, Boulevard & 2nd*

Straight and Narrow, a fabricated steel & bronze piece by Lisa Gordon, median on Boulevard, south of Ayers Symbol Symbol, a steel piece by Mark Briscoe, UCO Campus, 100 N. University, by the pond behind the Nigh Center*

Tango, a bronze by Kevin Robb, UCO Jazz Lab, corner of 5th & Littler The Broncho, an Edmond Centennial Commission Project, a life-sized bronze Broncho statue by Harold T. Holden, entrance to UCO, 2nd & Garland Godfrey Drive* The Good Book, a bronze by Mark Lundeen, Special Services Building, 215 N. Boulevard, NW corner of Boulevard and Campbell

Twisted House, a Watercolor Painting by Arnie Anderson, Planning Department Lobby, 10 S Littler, 10 S Littler, Planning Department lobby UCO’s 125th Anniversary Commemorative, graphic panels by Chris Domanski, 100 N. University Drive, east of College of Education Voids & Foliage II, a large Cor-Ten Steel piece by Joe Slack, the median at Boulevard & Lincoln

The Port Authority, a bronze by Scott Shaffer, UCO Campus, 100 N. University, University Center by pond

Water Bearer II, a bronze by Shirley Thomson-Smith, entrance of the Edmond Historical Society & Museum, 431 S. Boulevard, near 5th & Boulevard

The Reader, a life-size bronze by Mary Lou Gresham, Edmond Public Library 10 S. Boulevard

Window to the Soul, a stone, glass & steel piece by Greg Reiche, located on Boulevard north of Main

Touch the Clouds, a bronze by Dave McGary, UCO, west of Garland Godfrey entrance on 2nd

Zephyr, a bronze by Tom Woodward, Median at Boulevard and Bowman, south of Danforth

Triangles, a red powder-coated steel (Art pieces indicated with an * piece by Jim Stewart, median north are not associated with the Visual of Colcord and Boulevard Arts Commission.) Truth Seeker, a bronze patina by Gregory Reade, NE corner of Campbell & Boulevard Twin Stars, a stainless steel piece by Kevin Robb, south of Danforth on Boulevard Twirl at the Dance, a kinetic, copper piece by Dean Imel, Boulevard, in median north of Thatcher

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Peace, also known as Plowshares, a bronze by Rich Muno honoring veterans of the military, Stephenson Park, 5th & Boulevard

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Linda Sutcliffe Memorial, a glass etching by Marilyn Adams depicting early librarians and several library buildings, inside lobby of the Edmond Public Library, 10 S. Boulevard

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TRANSPORTATION CHARTER A BUS: Jefferson Bus Line 800/451-5333 jeffersonlines.com Metropolitan Shuttle Charter Buses 866/419-8506 metropolitanshuttle.com Red Carpet 405/672-5100 or 888/878-5100 redcarpetcharters.com Village Tours 405/427-8688 or 800/283-3338 villagetours.net TAXI CAB: AMC Oklahoma Taxi Cab Service 405/476-9867 okcamccab.com Independent Cab Company 405/603-4222 okctaxicab.com King’s Limousine 405/733-5466 or 800/345-9475 kingsworldwidetrans.com Nascab 405/225-8294 nascab.biz OKC Green Taxi 405/792-2227 okcgreentaxi.com Oklahoma City Limo 405/455-8094 oklahomacitylimo.net Paris Limousine 405/732-2300 parislimos.com Premium Car 405/219-3663 premiumcarok.com Prince Towncar & Transportation Service 405/593-1250 prince-limousine.com Thunder Cab 405/600-6161 thundercab.net

Yellow Cab 405/232-6161 okcyellowcab.com VAN/SHUTTLES: Airport Express 405/681-3311 or 877/688-3311 airportexpressokc.com Oklahoma Shuttle/Lightning Express 405/428-4441 oklahomashuttle.com DISABILITY SERVICES: MedRide 405/685-8267 or 877/685-8267 medride.com Transportation Specialists available 24 hours a day AIRPORTS AND AIRPORT OPERATION: Will Rogers World Airport 7100 Terminal Dr, Oklahoma City, OK 73159 405/316-3200 or TDD 297-2020 flyokc.com Information/Traveler’s Aid 405/316-3271 Military Welcome Center Coordinator 405/680-9781 Guthrie-Edmond Regional Airport 520 Airport Road, Guthrie, OK 73044 405/282-2312 guthrieedmondregionalairport.com

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EDMOND GOLF GUIDE Edmond is all about “Stay & Play!” Whether you’re a beginner or a pro, Edmond has a great golf experience waiting “fore” you. Edmond golf courses have repeatedly hosted major golf events such as the PGA Senior Championship, the USGA Senior Open as well as numerous OGA, collegiate and AJGA tournaments. So come and Play around ... or two, at an Edmond golf course today! (*Note: Courses listed as private do accept tournament bookings pending availability.)

 Coffee Creek Golf Club 4000 N. Kelly (405) 340-4653 coffeecreekgolf.com 18 holes – public

 Golf Club of Edmond 4001 Fairfax Dr. (405) 359-8333 golfedmond.com 18 holes – public

 Kickingbird Golf Club 1600 E. Danforth (405) 341-5350 kickingbirdgolf.com 18 holes – public

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 Oak Tree Country Club

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700 W. Country Club Dr. (405) 340-1010 FAX: (405) 348-8931 oaktreecc.net 36 holes – private * A Club Corp Member Property

 Oak Tree National

1515 W. Oak Tree Drive (405) 348-2004 FAX: (405) 359-6749 oaktreenational.com 18 holes – private * A Club Corp Member Property

 River Oaks Golf Club 10909 Clubhouse Rd. (405) 771-5800 FAX: (405) 771-2924 riveroaksgolf.com 18 holes – private

 Silverhorn Golf Club 11411 N. Kelley (405) 752-1181 silverhorngc.com 18 holes – public

 Tour 18 at Rose Creek 17031 N. May (405) 330-8220 tour18.com/rose-creek-golf 18 holes – semi-private


Edmond is known for excellence…excellent food, excellent lodging, excellent sports facilities and so much more. Excellence in golf courses is of particular pride. Edmond golf courses such as Oak Tree National have a history of hosting some of the most prestigious PGA and USGA events of our time. This is a town that understands Stay & Play. Chasing that little white ball isn’t the only game in town. Edmond’s University of Central Oklahoma (UCO) is an official U.S. Olympic and Paralympic training site and is the home of the men’s and women’s Team USA Sitting Volleyball teams. Edmond serves up great volleyball competitions and lays to having the largest volleyball club in the region. Soccer is also a major contender for sports attention in Edmond. The Edmond Soccer Club is the largest in the state and has a history of hosting some major regional tournaments. And when it comes to equestrian and western events, there is no finer facility than the fabulous Lazy E Arena. Use Edmond’s facilities for your next sports event. You’ll be glad you did!

AMF Boulevard Lanes has a succesfful history hosting state and regional tournaments. It offers traditional bowling on 40 lanes, and features a new flooring package and a recently repainted interior. Large lounge area that includes a dance floor, ample seating, and four billiard tables. Arcade-style video games are available in our game room. Pro Shop, Non-Smoking, Private Parking, Successful history hosting State and Regional Tournaments.

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900 S. Bryant St Usage determined by Edmond All Sports 405/340-5300 / Fax: 405/340-4766 Contact: Terri Jungles, Director Email: Info@EdmondAllSports.com • 12 fields, all lit, seats 708 • baseball, 1 concession stand

3501 S. Boulevard, Edmond, OK 73013 405/348-3210 / Fax: 405/348-9524 amf.com/boulevardlanesok Contact: Diana Falcone, Group Event Coordinator

 Arcadia Lake 9000 E. 2nd Street, Arcadia, OK 73007 405/216-7470 / Fax: 405/396-2670 arcadialakeok.com Contact: Nicole Offutt E-Mail: Nicole.Offutt@edmondok.com • Arcadia Lake, Parks and Campgrounds, Boat Ramps, Disc Golf, Softball, Triathlon, Mountain Bike Trails, Archery, Baseball, Canoeing, Horseshoes, Kayaking, Rowing, Softball, Swimming, Volleyball, Water Skiing, Badminton, Boating, Cycling, Equestrian trail, Frisbee, Scuba, Open Fishing Pier, Enclosed Heated Fishing Dock, Campsites from Primitive to Full Hook-ups for RVs, Group Pavilion areas • Number of paved parking spaces: 200+ • Women’s & Men’s Restrooms, Shower and Dressing Rooms

• Security, In-house sound system, equipped for radio or television broadcasts • Hours of operation: 24 hours, 7 days per week • Group Pavilion Facility rentals at a fee • Additional charges: Park entrance fees • Group rates offered • Reserving a pavilion facility: Deposit required

 Arctic Edge Ice Arena 14613 N. Kelly, Edmond, OK 73013 405/748-5454 / Fax: 405/748-5509 arctic-edge.com E-Mail: info@arctic-edge.com Outstanding ice skating arena offers both public and private skating for groups up to 200, perfect for a unique corporate event. Lessons, leagues, parties and more.

 Coffee Creek Golf Club 4000 North Kelly, Edmond, OK 73003 405/340-4653 / Fax: 405/340-4696 coffeecreekgolf.com Contact: Andy McCormick E-mail: andy@coffeecreekgolfclub.com • 18 holes - Public

 Edmond 66 Park Post Rd, Rte 66, Arcadia, OK 73007 405/359-1305 / edmondadultsoftball.com E-Mail: board@edmondadultsoftball.com This four-field softball complex is located on the northeast corner of Post Road and State Highway 66. The concession area has a Route 66 theme. This is the home of the Edmond Adult Softball Association which holds league play and tournament play. League is managed by a volunteer board. The number will be answered by an answering machine except on game nights. Please leave your message clearly with name & telephone numbers where you can be reached during the day & evening if needed.

 Edmond All Sports 836 W. Danforth, Edmond, OK 73003 405/340-5300 / Fax: 405/340-4766 edmondallsports.com Contact: Terri Jungles, Director Email: info@edmondallsports.com AC Caplinger baseball fields at Hafer Park, 9th & Bryant: 12 fields, all lit, seats 708, baseball, 1 concession stand Mitch Park on Covell between Santa Fe & Kelly: 5 softball fields, 3 HS quality baseball fields, 1-adaptive field. All 9 fields are lit, 550 seating, 1 concession stand. Little league football: 6 fields at Mitch park

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 AMF Boulevard Lanes

 Edmond Public Schools Edmond is home to three high schools. All 3 have quality air-conditioned basketball courts, tracks for track & field sports. There are 5 middle schools with equally outstanding basketball court facilities. These combined facilities (11 regulation courts in all) make Edmond Public Schools a sought after site for hosting large basketball and volleyball tournaments.

 Edmond Racquet Club 425 Lilac, Edmond, OK 73034 405/340-4241 / Fax: 405/340-4241 edmondtennis.com Contact Person: Cindy Nuckolls • • • • • • • • •

4 Indoor tennis courts 5 Outdoor tennis courts, newly resurfaced Outdoor swimming pool and diving pool Fitness room Locker rooms and showers Full-service complete pro shop Group & private instruction Leagues and drills for all ages and levels Oklahoma Junior Tennis Academy for tournament level juniors • Membership available, although not required

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Lighted Outdoor Arena No Stalls Bleacher seating for 500+ Working pens and chute system Sound system on site Successful history hosting Youth and PRCA rodeo events

 Edmond Soccer Complex Danforth & Kelly, PO Box 955, Edmond, OK 73083 405/348-BALL / Fax: 405/285-2114 edmondsoccer.com • • • •

16 full size fields (10 lighted) 3 Concession stands 340+ parking spaces Successful history hosting several Southern Regional Soccer Tournaments, Collegiate Tournaments, and Statewide Tournaments

 Edmond YMCA

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1220 S. Rankin, Edmond, OK 73034 405/348-9622 / Fax: 405/348-9632 ymcaokc.org/Locations/RANKIN Contact: Derek McGee, Sports Director

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 Edmond YMCA Recreation & Aquatic Center Mitch Park 2901 Marilyn Williams Dr, Edmond, OK (North of the MAC, off Covell between Kelly & Santa Fe) / 405/330-4016 www.ymcaokc.org/Locations/MITCHPARK Contact: Mike Roark, Executive Director E-Mail: mroark@ymcaokc.org This new facility is a YMCA/City of Edmond/ Edmond Public Schools partnership located in Mitch Park. It is a beautiful $22.5 million +, 105,000 Sq/ft facility along with traditional YMCA programs for all ages.

 Golf Club of Edmond 4001 Fairfax Dr 405/359-8333 / golfedmond.com Contact: Mike Stewart • 18 holes, Open to the Public • Pro shop & Grill • Tournament Packages Available

 Hafer Park Horseshoe Courts 1034 S. Bryant St City of Edmond, Parks & Recreation Dept. PO Box 2970 , Edmond, OK 73083-2970 405/359-4630 / Fax: 405/359-4643 edmondparks.com Maintained by Edmond Parks & Recreation Local horseshoe club contact: Larry Fordyce 405/919-4572 • 12 courts with clay pits

 Kickingbird Golf Club 1600 E. Danforth, Edmond, OK 73034 405/341-5350 / Fax: 405/341-5353 kickingbirdgolf.com Contact: Brian Soerensen, Head Golf Professional Email: brian.soerensen@edmondok.com • Pro shop & grill • Tournament Packages Available

 Kickingbird Tennis Center 1500 E. Danforth, Edmond, OK 73034 405/348-3120 / Fax: 405/330-3262 kickingbirdtennis.com Contact: Winnie Bushey Email: kbirdten@flash.net • • • • • • • •

11 Lighted Outdoor Courts 3 Lighted Indoor Courts Full Service Pro Shop & Concession Stand Adult USTA and Recreational Leagues Junior Tennis Academy Adult & Junior private and group lessons Certified, experienced teaching pros Public Facility, No Membership Required

 Lazy E Arena 9600 Lazy E Drive, Guthrie, OK 73044 (Located North of Edmond, 4 ½ miles East of I-35 on Seward Road - Exit 151) 405/282-RIDE / Fax: 405/282-3785 lazye.com Contact: Helen Price Email: Helen@lazye.com

Visit the largest indoor arena in the country! Providing a full calendar of rodeo excitement and other equestrian events, the Lazy E is where western legends are made. Tours of this working ranch and arena are available. • 10 Acres of lighted and paved parking for exhibitors and patrons • 160' x 440' Indoor Lighted Arena • 7,233 permanent seats • Separate enclosed suite, Ropers Cantina, a large suite overlooking the arena floor capable of seating 160 people with a maximum capacity of 300 with multiple sound ports, five monitors, DVD, CD, MP3 or I-pod, full service bar, catering, bandstand, dance floor and adjustable lighting • Sound systems • WiFi capability • Full time box office • 4 permanent concession stands with capability of additional kiosk and trailer specialty points of sale both indoor and outdoor • Catering and bar service • 8 public restrooms • 150' x 275' sand Outdoor Arena • Over 600 pieces of Priefert Equipment available to create any configuration of rings & holding areas in either arena • 584 permanent 10 x 10 stalls • Ability to add portable stalls • Grass exercise area adjacent to barns • Additional 20 acres of rolling terrain for outdoor events • 95 RV hook-ups w/water & 20, 30, 50 amp service & separate dump station with ample room for self-contained units

 Mitch Park Sports Complex 1501 W. Covell, Edmond, OK 73003 405/340-5300 / edmondparks.com J L Mitch Park is located on Covell between Santa Fe & Kelly. There are 5 softball fields, 3 HS quality baseball fields and 1-adaptive field. All 9 fields are lit, 550 seating and 1 concession stand. Little

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300 N. Kelly, PO Box 1054, Edmond, OK 73058 405/341-2780 / 405/264-3685 edmondroundupclub.com Contact: Kimberly Benne-Gray E-Mail: KimberlyBenne@hotmail.com

• Competitive Natatorium with an Olympic size pool, this portion of the facility provides one of the top venues in the state to view competitive swimming with fixed seating for 800 spectators. • Leisure Pool with dedicated lap swimming and swim lesson space • Play dish with spray features, toys and slide for kids. Swim area with vortex for resistance training or play • Stand-alone 130 ft water slide that winds outside the building and back in with a splash down • 1/8 scale indoor suspended track (8 laps to make a mile) for running and walking • Large group exercise studio for classes such as; Body Pump, Zumba and boot camp classes • Medium group exercise studio for specialty classes, such as; cycling; yoga and Pilates • X-Arcade, which contains interactive fitness equipment for kids of all ages. • Full sized gymnasium for sports such as basketball, volleyball, lacrosse and indoor soccer • Birthday party rooms • Supervised Child Watch Play Area • Dedicated locker rooms for youth, adults and families • 9,000 sq. ft. Wellness center that overlooks the competitive natatorium. It will have cardio and strength equipment • Lots of social space to hang out and enjoy time together with friends

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 Edmond Round-Up Club

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700 W. Country Club Dr, PO Box 1189, Edmond, OK 73083 405/340-1010 / Fax: 405/348-8931 oaktreecc.net Contact: Scott Smelser, Tournament Sales Director We provide everything for your golf tournament, meeting, party or private event. The executive chef will customize menus to fit your event. This experienced team goes above and beyond to create a flawless event for you and your guests. • 36 holes • Two 18-hole championship courses • Private Membership required for individual use • Tournament Packages Available for Select Dates.

 Oak Tree National 1515 W. Oak Tree Drive, Edmond, OK 405/348-2004 / Fax: 405/359-6749 oaktreenational.com

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• 18 holes • Pete Dye designed course with a history of hosting major PGA and USGA tournaments. • Private

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 Oklahoma Christian Academy 1101 E 9th St, Edmond, OK 73034 405/844-6478 / ocacademy.org Contact: Philip Driskill

 Poos Taekwondo 40 NW 144th Circle, Edmond, OK 73013 405/286-1382 / poostkd.us Contact: Guy or Jason Poo Email: Poostkd@ionet.net

 River Oaks Golf Course 10909 Clubhouse Rd, Edmond, OK 73013 405/771-5800 / riveroaksgolf.com

Silverleaf Shotgun Sports offers Sporting Clays, Skeet, Trap, 5-Stand and Wobble Trap. This familyowned business is open to the public year-round. Three separate Sporting Clays Courses are set at different levels of difficulty.

 UCO - Athletic Fields 100 N. University Drive, Edmond, OK 73034 405/974-2959 / Fax: 405/974-3404 Athletic Director: Joe Muller Email: Jmuller2@uco.edu Senior Assoc. Athletic Director: Scott Williams Email: Jwilliams129@uco.edu 101B Hamilton Fieldhouse 405/974-2137 / Fax: 405/974-3820 • Outdoor, No Lights: softball, baseball & soccer fields • Outdoor w/Lights: Wantland Stadium football & soccer fields • Indoor: Hamilton Fieldhouse, basketball courts, pool, weight rooms and training facilities

 University of Central Oklahoma – Wellness Center Official US Olympic/Paralympic Training Site UCO Wellness Center, an official US Olympic Training Site for Sitting Volleyball, Basketball, Track & Field, Archery and Powerlifting UCO Wellness Center 405/974-3141 / Fax: 405/974-3808 Contact: Mark Herrin, Assistant Vice President, Wellness & Sport Email: mherrin@uco.edu Contact: Katrina Shaklee, M.A., Director for Sports and Recreation Email: kshaklee1@uco.edu UCO’s involvement with the U.S. Paralympics has continuously expanded since its inception as a Paralympic Training Site in 2005. As a training

• Sports Offered – Archery, Powerlifting, Sitting Volleyball, Track & Field • About U.S. Paralympics – U.S. Paralympics, a division of the U.S. Olympic Committee, is dedicated to becoming the world leader in the Paralympic sports movement and to promoting excellence in the lives of persons with physical disabilities. Visit the U.S. Paralympics Web site at usparalympics.org • Military Sports Programs – Military Sports Programs - Adventure Therapy and the Regional Center of Excellence provide our injured active duty servicemen and women and military veterans with an opportunity to enhance their physical and emotional rehabilitation through the introduction of Paralympic sport and friendly competition. For more information contact Kimo Aweau at 405/974-3154 or kaweau@uco.edu • UCO: OUTDOOR ADVENTURE RECREATION – The Center for Outdoor Adventure Recreation (OAR) gives the UCO community and visitors unprecedented access to outdoor recreational opportunities. The OAR provides access to canoe, kayak, rowing, hiking and biking experiences as well as providing a great location for academic classes. Professional staff will be available at the location to provide insight to recreational opportunities and instruct proper usage of the equipment. For more information contact Assistant Director for Sport and Recreation at 405/974-3139

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 Oak Tree Country Club

site, the university is home to the U.S. Men’s and Women’s Sitting Volleyball teams. It is a U.S. Olympic Committee Community Partner, and assists with other Paralympic athletes and sport programs. For more information contact Leigha Pemberton at 405/974-3160 or LPemberton@ uco.edu

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league football has 6 fields. Usage determined by  Silverleaf Shotgun Sports Edmond All Sports, Inc. EASI Terri Jungles, Director 8513 South Douglas Blvd, Edmond, OK 73044 info@edmondallsports.com 405/282-2787 / silverleafshotgunsports.com

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405/359-1305 Email: board@edmondadultsoftball.com Since league is managed by a volunteer board the number will be answered by an answering machine except on game nights. Please leave your message clearly with name & telephone numbers where you can be reached during the day & evening if needed. Edmond Adult Softball promotes slow-pitch softball as a form of recreation in the City of Edmond. The association is governed by a volunteer board.

 Edmond All-Sports, Inc.

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836 W. Danforth, Edmond, OK 73003 405/340-5300 / Fax: 405/340-4766 edmondallsports.com Contact: Terri Jungles, Director Email: info@edmondallsports.com

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EASI is a nonprofit organization devoted to providing league sports to the youth of Edmond and surrounding areas. EASI offers baseball, softball, golf, flag football, and tackle football. Seasonal tournaments are held for each sport.

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 Edmond Adult Softball Association

 Edmond Soccer Club PO Box 955, Edmond, OK 73083 405/359-BALL / Fax: 405/285-2114 edmondsoccer.com Edmond Soccer Club is a nonprofit organization that was formed in 1978 to promote soccer to young people in the Edmond / Oklahoma City metropolitan area. ESC is organized and operated by parent volunteers.

 Edmond Lacrosse Club, Inc. PO Box 31271, Edmond, OK 73003-0022 405/458-0-LAX / edmondlacrosse.com Email: info@edmondlacrosse.com Edmond Lacrosse Club, Inc. is a nonprofit organization organized and operated by volunteers. ELC offers both recreational and competitive teams for boys and girls in K-12. The regular season is in the spring, but ELC offers an informal season in the fall.

 Kickingbird Tennis Center 1500 East Danforth, Edmond, OK 73034 405/348-3120 / Fax: 405/330-3262 kickingbirdtennis.com Contact: Winnie Bushey Email: Kbird10@flash.net

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RANKIN YMCA

1220 South Rankin Street  Edmond • 405 348 9622

MITCH PARK YMCA

Best Friends

YMCAOKC.ORG

2901 Marilyn Williams Drive Edmond • 405 330 4016

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Whether you’re at the market or the range having fun in Edmond should be an all-day event. While visiting Edmond you deserve to enjoy the wonderful venues and activities that our city has to offer.

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The “Art of Outdoor Adventure” is packed into every visit to Arcadia Lake. Located just east of I-35 between 15th and 2nd Streets, Arcadia Lake offers fun and excitement for everyone. Whether you’re looking forward to a quiet day of fishing or have a wild urge to ski till you drop Arcadia Lake is your place for outdoor fun. Check-out the UCO OAR (Outdoor Adventure & Recreation) in Edmond Park for equipment such as kayaks, canoes, mountain bikes or Frisbees. Whether you’re “roughing it” or parking your RV at a fully-equipped campground, Arcadia Lake is the perfect outdoor place for you. Be sure to bring your camera. Arcadia Lake is picture perfect year round.

Hunters sign up in the early fall for a spot in the Arcadia lake Deer harvest. Volunteers can come out to help keep our Parks Beautiful at the annual Lake Sweep in August.

Facts Arcadia Lake is a relatively young body of water. This lake was constructed as a cooperative effort between the City of Edmond and the US Army Corps of Engineers opening in 1987. The normal elevation of Arcadia Lake is 1,006 feet. The lake has 1,820 surface acres and 26 miles of shoreline. The dam itself is rolled earth, an earth filled embankment nearly a mile long. At maximum capacity, the

lake has an elevation of 1,029.5 feet and a surface area of 3,820 acres.

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 ARCADIA LAKE the Art of Outdoor Adventure & Fun!

All Arcadia Lake parks and campgrounds are managed by the City of Edmond Parks and Recreation Department. Lake Patrol enforcement falls under the Edmond Police Department. Arcadia Lake Park Office 9000 E. 2nd 405/216-7470 www.ArcadiaLakeOK.com

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Watch our country’s national bird, the bald eagle, during the Eagle Watch in January.

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Events & Activities

Kids 5-15 years old can enter the Kids All American Fishing Derby in June. Bring the kids to Storybook Forest in October to walk through the notso-scary Storybook Forest to collect candy, a hayride, play in the game area, and roast marshmallows or warm up with some hot chocolate around the fires!

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T HE A R T OF R ECR E AT ION

Park Central Arcadia Lake Amenities Office State Park Fee Collection Station

X

Restroom w/ Showers

X

Edmond Park

Scissortail Campsite

Spring Creek Park

Total

X

X

X

4

X

Restroom

X

X

X

Multi-Use Trail

X

X

X

Playground

XX

X

Primitive Camp Sites

X

X

Regular Camp Sites

X

Full Hook-Up Sites

X

X

X

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X

18

X

1

X

4 62

X

72 10

Disc Golf Courses Overlook Area

2

X X

2 1

Picnic Pavilion

X

X

X

6

Boat Launching Ramp

X

X

X

3

Boat Trailer Parking

X

X

X

3

Courtesy Dock

X

X

X

3

Sanitary Dump Station

X

Softball Field

X

X

2

X

1

Picnic Areas

X

X

X

3

Designated Swim Areas

X

X

X

3

X

X

X

3

Change House w/ Outside Shower Bird Watching Blind

X

X

2



Edmond Visitors Guide 2017