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PHOTOGRAPHY DISTRICT LIVING ISSUE

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L E T T E R F R O M T H E S TA F F

Hello! Not only is November one of my favorite months of the year, but our November District Living Issue is one of my favorites too. As our city is spread out over such a large land area, its identity has become broken into multiple different districts. Our awesome city has boomed over the last decade, and we have seen each little district of the city come to life. New ones have formed, and each one has grown its own social and economic identity. New restaurants, new retail, and new entertainment destinations have joined old staples of our communities. While we all love the growth of each unique district and everything each one has to offer, it’s also been tough to keep track of what is going on with each one. So we have worked very hard to capture each district for you. We want this issue to serve as your guide and tool to explore each of them. We adventured around all of these places ourselves to take photos, find the hidden gems, and give an in-depth perspective of what makes each of these districts great.  So many people keep telling me that every month they pick up So6ix and use it as a checklist for what to experience in OKC. It has become popular to literally take a marker and cross off each spot we feature. I hope you try it out this month. As you go through our beautiful

districts spread in this month’s issue, make a plan to go to most or all of these spots and try them for yourself, then cross them off in the book. I promise you won’t be sorry – we always feature the best our city has to offer, and we have tried everything we feature for ourselves. Enjoy! I also have to talk about our Okie Honor Nominations that have now kicked off. It’s our 3rd Annual Okie Honor Awards! Please take a minute to nominate several of your favorite Okies and local businesses. It’s extremely easy and quick. Just find the category that relates to who you want to nominate, open a fresh text message, type the code for the category, and send to 55678. You will receive a message back asking who you want to nominate, and just reply with the name. You will even get a special deal from the #1 basketball team in the world, the OKC Thunder. Have fun nominating! Thank you for your continued support!

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It’s no secret that our city is booming, and in the best way possible. We now have more districts than ever before. Each district is unique and special in its own way, whether it be the look, what businesses and residences take root there, or the kind of entertainment it offers. There’s no shortage of great homes, places to eat, shops to shop in and entertainment to keep you busy. Whether you’re here for a visit, looking to move, or just interested in what’s outside your bubble, we hope you get out and enjoy these great districts of Oklahoma City.

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AUTOMOBILE ALLEY B ROADWAY AVE . B E TW E E N 1 0 T H A N D N . E . 4 T H ST R E E T AUTOMOB ILE A L L E Y. O R G Back in the day Automobile Alley was home to numerous car dealerships, hence the name. Now the area is booming with trendy local restaurants – everything from burgers to high-end steaks and from breakfast to cocktails. This district is definitely not lacking in shopping or entertainment. Most of its homes or living spaces sit atop the ground-level retail spaces. It’s a young and vibrant area that caters to any age, but young professionals in particular are migrating here, with the average resident age being 32 years old. It’s a great place for socialites and an ideal location, just blocks away from Downtown, Midtown, Deep Deuce, Uptown 23rd and Bricktown.

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Hatch Sidecar Nashbird Broadway 10 Bar & Chophouse Yuzo Sushi Tapas The Fit Pig S&B Burger Joint Cultivar Coffee Slingers Iguana Mexican Grill

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NICHOLS HILLS+ CLASSEN CURVE N .W. 6 3 R D & N . W E ST E R N AV E . NICHOLSHILLS.NET Nichols Hills has long been home to many oil and gas businesses, so it only made sense that the area quickly began to fill with great shopping and delicious eats. It has continued to evolve and develop over the years and is a highly desired and talked-about suburb, home to some of the city’s most beautiful residences. Classen Curve opened in 2010 and has since remained the main focal point for Nichols Hills. It’s filled with great shopping, entertainment and food. Fun fact: after a separation from Oklahoma City back in the ’50s, Nichols Hills became a full-service city government, which includes water, police and fire services. So technically it is its own city, even though most consider it a district.

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EATS & DRINKS: Provision Kitchen Saturn Grill Pops – Nichols Hills Green Goodies Café 501 Republic Gastropub Irma’s Burger Shack The Hutch on Avondale Organic Squeeze Tucker’s Onion Burgers Upper Crust Pizza En Croûte

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Balliets Anthropologie Athleta Bebe’s Cos Bar Gretta Sloane Impeccable Pig Kendra Scott Lululemon Athletica LUXE Objects On a Whim Red Coyote Running & Fitness Rustic Cuff West Elm Trader Joe's


NOMA N O RT H M AY AV E N U E F R O M H E F N E R TO M E M O R I A L R D. N O RT H M AY D I ST R I C T. C O M NOMA is the newest district to join the family here in Oklahoma City. It’s only two miles in length, but it’s packed full of things to eat and buy. One of the best things about NOMA is its monthly activities for the community. The widely popular Coffee & Cars, where you can see and enjoy all things motor vehicles, is on the first Saturday of every month from 8:00 a.m. to 11:00 a.m. in the Northpark Mall parking lot. They also do food trucks, live music and more on the second Saturday of every month. It’s a new district, but it’s long been serving the residents of OKC with great shopping, food and homes.

EATS & DRINKS: Hacienda Tacos Camilya’s Café Rococo Northpark Shogun Steak House of Japan Hopscotch Coffee Jerks Old School Bagel Café

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HACIENDA TACOS

SHOPPING: Geno’s Furs BC Clark Mystique Fragrances Kokopelli The Lime Leopard

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UPTOWN 23rd B E T W E E N B R OA DWAY AV E . TO P E N N SY LVA N I A AV E . & I N B E T W E E N N .W. 2 2 N D A N D 2 4 T H ST R E E TS U P TOW N 2 3 R D. C O M If you’ve been living in OKC for a while, you know this area has completely transformed over the last few years into an extremely popular and vibrant area. This historic stretch in our city has many iconic architectural structures, like the Tower Theatre, the Gold Dome, the Milk Bottle Building and more. You can get down on OKC’s favorite cupcakes, take dance classes, and watch Thunder games while diving into hot wings. Each spring you can partake in Open Streets, when parts of N.W. 23rd are closed off for fun activities for roughly 40,000 attendees. And that’s just one of the many great things to attend in the area. It’s a year-round great time at Uptown 23rd.

THE DRAKE OCU

PIZZERIA GUSTO

EATS & DRINKS: Guyutes The Drake Mutts Big Truck Tacos Chae Pizzeria Gusto The Pump Bar Guernsey Park Cuppies & Joe Chick-N-Beer Scottie's Deli

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BRICKOPOLIS

BRICKTOWN E AST O F D OW N TOW N O KC B R I C K TOW N O KC . C O M Bricktown is one of the longest-running districts in Oklahoma City. It’s the original entertainment district, housing baseball, movies, events, arcades, the canal and water taxis, dance houses and more. This area has no shortage of great food to enjoy as well. Over the last few years Bricktown has also been emerging as a highly sought-out place to live, with a boom in apartment living spaces. It continues to evolve and grow, keeping up with the trends and remaining a popular district for both locals and visitors.

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BRICKTOWN BREWERY


EATS & DRINKS: Mickey Mantle’s Steakhouse Bricktown Brewery Abuelo’s Dekora Fuzzy’s Taco Shop Earl’s Rib Palace Knucks Wheelhouse Pinkitzel Cupcakes & Candy The Mantel

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MIDTOWN B E T W E E N W E ST E R N AV E . & B R OA DWAY F R O M 1 3 T H TO 6 T H M I DTOW N O KC . C O M It doesn’t get much trendier than Midtown right now. It’s quickly evolved into the city’s hot spot, full of busy restaurants, the chicest businesses and the greatest hangouts, not to mention the coolest housing. Much of Midtown’s housing is made up of townhomes and apartments full of great amenities, with the bonus of walking distance to just about anything you could need. Midtown is also home to some of the city’s best rooftop views. You can grab a cocktail at Packard’s, O Bar at the Ambassador, or atop Café do Brasil. This district connects the hustle and bustle of Downtown with a fun hangout vibe, and you’ll find its monthly events will keep you frequently visiting the area.

EATS & DRINKS: 1491 New World Latin Cuisine Barrios Fine Mexican Dishes Esca Vitae Hank’s Coffee & Wine Irma’s Burger Shack Revolución Tamashii Ramen House Nic’s Place Diner & Lounge Packard’s New American Kitchen The Hall’s Pizza Kitchen Waffle Champion

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FASSLER HALL

SHOPPING: Chirps and Cheers Commonplace Books Nhu Avenue Mode TRADE Men’s Wares The Black Scintilla Brushed Salon

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FARMERS MARKET DISTRICT S O U T H W E ST E D G E O F D OW N TOW N O KC O KC F M D. C O M The OKC Farmers Market District has been the center of local foods, distribution and public events since the early 1900s and it continues to thrive, keeping the historic vibe while adding plenty of businesses and local events to keep the area busy (in a good way). You’ll find breweries, yoga, restaurants, a food truck park, furniture stores, event venues, bars and more. We absolutely love the two weekly farmers markets on Saturdays and Sundays. It’s amazing to be able to buy and support local. We have a feeling this might just become your new favorite district.

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EATS & DRINKS: Anthem Brewing Delmar Gardens Food Truck Park The Loaded Bowl Rewind Pub Powerhouse Bar

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PASEO B E T W E E N WA L K E R & N . W E ST E R N , & N .W. 3 0 T H & 2 3 R D ST R E E T T H E PAS E O. O R G The Paseo has long been home to artistic and eclectic personalities, and we love it. It’s full of diverse galleries, shops, cuisine and nightlife. Straight off, you’ll notice the brightness: each individual building is painted in a different color and topped with a clay tile roof. This is another district that is perfect for exploring on foot. The housing and living areas are situated around its main street, which is perfect for an evening or afternoon walk through the locally owned businesses. Each restaurant has a unique vibe and food type. You’ll find plenty of vegetarian, vegan and gluten-free options in this area of the city. This is a place for both the young and the old, for singles and families.

SHOPPING: Betsy King Shoes ReModernOK Su Casa Paseo Art Works Bombs Away Art Co. Smash Bangles

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DOWNTOWN OKC OKLAHOMA CITY D OW N TOW N O KC . C O M Downtown Oklahoma City living has really come full circle. Back in the early days of our city, many lived in this area, but a lot of those people eventually moved away into the suburbs as our city limits continued to grow. Many people, both young and older, are now coming back to our (mini) concrete jungle. There are several living spaces atop our skyscrapers, giving Oklahomans a taste of the city life. Many restaurants and retail shops have migrated downtown to cater to people working and living here. Living downtown can have many perks; for one thing, you’re at the center of everything. No matter where you want to go in the metro, you can get there in roughly 15 to 20 minutes. Another plus: constant entertainment and activities within walking distance. This area is continuing to grow, and it showcases so many of the great things about living in Oklahoma.

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NOURISHED BAR

EATS & DRINKS: Café 7 Caeli’s Sweets, Eats & Bar Coolgreens Kitchen 324 Coney Island Nourished Food Co. Mahogany Prime Steakhouse Mary Eddy’s Nebu Okay Yeah Co. Sunnyside Diner FLINT

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PLAZA DISTRICT N .W. 1 6 T H ST. B E T W E E N C L AS S E N A N D P E N N AV E . P L A Z A D I ST R I C T. O R G The Plaza District is a quickly growing area just northwest of downtown Oklahoma City. It’s an artsy community, home to many different types of businesses: galleries, locally owned eateries, studios, performance venues and creative spaces. You can experience Oklahoma’s premier professional theatre company, the Lyric Theatre, which puts on a variety of phenomenal shows. You can paint and drink away your evening at Paint N’ Cheers or walk the Plaza Walls’ vibrant alleys. Many of the homes in the area are older and for a long time were not the most well-kept, but this is changing as younger crowds, including young families, move to the Plaza District. It’s a place that will continue to grow and grow, and we are ecstatic about it.

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EATS & DRINKS: The Mule Aurora Breakfast Bar & Backyard Empire Slice House Oak & Ore The Pritchard Roxy’s Ice Cream Pie Junkie Gorō Ramen Sasquatch Shaved Ice Saints

OAK & ORE

SHOPPING: Collected Thread DNA Galleries Out on a Limb Bad Granny’s Bazaar RetrOKC Tree & Leaf Clothing

EMPIRE SLICE

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SEE & DO:

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SHOPPING:

Gil’s Antique Avenue Savory Spice Shop CK & CO. Culinary Kitchen & Designer Rugs The Learning Tree The Wood Garden

LOBBY BAR

MUSASHI'S

WESTERN AVENUE W E ST E R N AV E N U E B E T W E E N N .W. 3 6 T H A N D W I L S H I R E V I S I T W E ST E R N AV E N U E . C O M Western Avenue is home to just about every age group, both singles and families, and it features some of the most popular historic neighborhood areas, like Crown Heights and Edgemere Park. It has also long been home to a social scene for dining and drinks, and you’ll find many high-end restaurants here, like Sushi Neko, Musashi’s and Lobby Bar. After dark, the south part of this area turns into a barhopping scene, with many great options to choose from. Western Avenue has become home to some of the most loved yearly festivals and events, like West Fest, Taste of Western, and now Wheels on Western, which celebrates all things cars on the last Saturday of the month. This district is located in an ideal area: it runs right through the heart of Nichols Hills, and it’s close to Uptown and Penn Square Mall.

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DRUM ROOM

Sushi Neko Musashi’s The Lobby Bar The Sandwich Club The Wedge Pizzeria The Barrel VZD’S Restaurant & Bar The Sandwich Club West The Drum Room Will Rogers Theatre

SUSHI NEKO

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CHISHOLM CREEK + N.W. OKC M E M O R I A L R D. B E T W E E N P E N N . & W E ST E R N + N O RT H W E ST O F D OW N TOW N O KC N WO KC . C O M Okay, so this area technically hasn’t been deemed a district, but we’re taking it upon ourselves to do so because there are too many great things on the far north side of the city to leave out. For starters, Chisholm Creek is a mixed-use development that has dining and shopping, living, golfing and businesses. The area is full of apartments and homes, and it has no shortage of things to do as it continues to grow. There are many entertainment spaces and miles of walking/biking trails planned, with easy access from major areas in the city and state. It’s a destination highly sought out by both locals and those visiting. We can’t wait to see how this trendy area grows in the coming months and years. As you work your way further west down Memorial, there’s a plethora of great dining and entertainment options that you’re going to want to try. Don’t forget to stop by Casady Square in northwest OKC for some great shopping.

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EATS & DRINKS: Menchie’s Fuzzy’s Taco Shop Yokozuna Republic Gastropub Sidecar Barley & Wine Bar Jerky.com Blaze Pizza Earl’s Rib Palace Sweet Minis Donut Company Hideaway Pizza

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Fall is one of our favorite times of the year! The colors, the themes, all of it, really – we LOVE it. You have about a month left before the winter holiday and Christmas decorations take over. Decorating your living space doesn’t have to break the bank or take up all of your time. With a little elbow grease, you can make any of these décor items all by yourself. It’s a great way to add your own personal touch to your living space and truly make it a home. Happy decorating!

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Pumpkin Succulent Planters Credit: maisondepax.com

What You Need: •

Pumpkin-shaped container OR styrofoam pumpkins

Potting soil

Scissors

Varied small succulents

White paint

Instructions: 1.

If you’re using a pumpkin-shaped container that already has an opening and is the color you want, then you can skip this step. If you’re using Styrofoam pumpkins, using scissors or a box knife, cut a circle with an inward angle around the top. Dig out around the inside to leave a small bowl-shaped hole for potting. Paint the pumpkin white and let dry.

2.

Insert a sufficient amount of potting soil into your pumpkin and pot small succulents. Water as needed, but don’t overwater, as there is no hole for the water to drain from the bottom.

Fall Wreath Credit: 2beesinapod.com

What You Need: •

Craft foam ring

8 large fall floral stems

Wire cutters

Pen

Instructions: 1.

Using wire cutters, carefully cut the stems, leaving an approximately 1” stem.

2.

Mark the foam ring with 8 evenly spaced dots.

3.

Add a floral stem to each dot, pressing firmly until the stem enters the foam all of the way, but not through the backside of the foam.

4.

Voilà! You’re done. Hang on the door for the fall season.

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Acorn Banner Credit: twotwentyone.net

What You Need: •

Fall fabric

6 feet of twine

Felt

Acorn template

Old book pages

Spray adhesive

Scissors

Mini clothespins

Card stock

Pen

Instructions: 1.

Print your acorn template out on card stock, making it easier to trace.

2.

Trace the top (cap) of the acorn onto your fall fabric with a pen. Next, trace the entire acorn, the top and bottom, onto the felt and the old book pages.

3.

Using the scissors, cut out the pieces you have traced. Using the spray adhesive, attach a book cutout to the felt acorn. Next, using the adhesive, put the top of the acorn in the fall fabric on top of the book page and felt piece.

4.

Cut the twine in the desired length you want it to stretch. Tie it between two points.

5.

Using the mini clothespins, hang the finished acorns evenly spaced on the twine. Enjoy! Great for an entryway, a mantle or an accent wall for fall or Thanksgiving.

Flannel Coasters Credit: jugglingactmama.com

What You Need: •

2 5” squares of flannel

1 5” square of felt

Sewing machine & thread

Scissors

Instructions:

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1.

Stack the three squares on top of one another in this order, from the bottom up: felt; one piece of flannel, right side up (if your fabric has different sides); and the other piece of flannel, face down.

2.

Pin your fabric sandwich in place and begin sewing around the edges with a 1/4” seam allowance. In the middle of one side of the square, leave a 2 1/2” gap so you can flip the coaster right side out.

3.

Trim any excess fabric from around your seam. At the gap, flip the coaster right side out. If you flip it correctly, the felt will be tucked inside between the two pieces of flannel.

4.

To close the gap, top stitch around the coaster on all four sides.


Chic-Rustic Wooden Pumpkins Credit: sixcleversisters.com

What You Need: •

2x4 scraps cut to 3 different heights

Gold spray paint

Polyurethane

White acrylic paint

Branch

Paintbrush

Superglue

Sandpaper or sander

Lace

Ribbon

Instructions: 1.

Cut the corners of your blocks to give them a slightly rounded look, and then sand each entire pumpkin. Brush off excess dust.

2.

Spray with the gold spray paint and allow to dry.

3.

Once dry, paint the white acrylic paint over the gold and allow to dry.

4.

Lightly sand some of the white paint off, allowing the gold paint to show through. Give a little more sanding to the edges, until you achieve the desired distressed look.

5.

Coat with one coat of polyurethane and allow to dry.

6.

Cut three stems from your branch and attach to the tops of the pumpkins with superglue.

7.

Decorate as you please with a mixture of lace, ribbon, burlap, raffia, etc.

Elevated Pumpkin Holders Credit: prettyhandygirl.com

What You Need: •

Candleholders of varying sizes

Mini pumpkins

White paint

Gold acrylic paint

Gold spray paint

Hot glue (optional)

Instructions: 1.

Spray the gold paint onto the candleholders and let dry.

2.

While the candleholders are drying, paint the mini pumpkins solid white and paint the stems gold. Let dry.

3.

Arrange the candleholders in the desired position and place the painted pumpkins on top. If they won’t stay, you may need some hot glue to hold them in place.

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IN YOUR HOME Different shades of these colors can have different effects on your moods. Choose wisely and use them to your benefit.

NOVEMBER

2017

DAYS OF THE MONTH

NOVEMBER 2 MEN MAKE DINNER DAY

RED

MOOD: Passionate, angry, love, intense, urgent TIP: Red is known to increase the heart rate, so try to avoid it in places of calm like the bedroom.

PINK MOOD: Feminine, soft, romantic, youthful, active, confident TIP: Pink encourages sugar cravings, so it’s best to only use this color as an accent, if at all, in a kitchen or dining room.

ORANGE

MOOD: Warm, energetic, exciting, social

NOVEMBER 6 SAXOPHONE DAY

WORLD KINDNESS DAY

MOOD: Positive, curious, creative, warm, happy, clear TIP: Yellow can take over the eye’s focus, so it’s not recommended for a baby’s room.

BLUE MOOD: Trustworthy, secure, calm, peaceful, cool. TIP: All shades of blue can help you be more productive. Try accents of it in your office.

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NOVEMBER 22 GO FOR A RIDE DAY

PURPLE

MOOD: Royal, majestic, rich, sophisticated, spiritual TIP: Try using this in a creative craft room.

GRAY

MOOD: Soft, calm, soothing, relaxing TIP: Gray is a great color for walls in just about any room.

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PUPPY OF THE MONTH Chusky

You might be thinking, “A what?!” A Chusky is a fluffy, lovely mix between a Chow Chow and a Siberian Husky, so you know this breed is guaranteed to be a fluff ball. These cuties don’t stay small forever, though. They can reach anywhere from 40 to 65 pounds, but they’re gentle giants. They’re extremely affectionate, loyal and loving. They bond very strongly with their owners and can be protective – in a good way. They’re fairly easy to train, and it’s recommended that you put in the time with them so they don’t become destructive or unruly. Chuskies need a decent amount of exercise and space to roam, so an apartment might not be ideal, unless you frequent the dog park. As this is a large breed, a nutritionally balanced diet is important. This is a great dog to snuggle with this coming winter. 48

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FALL FOOD

BENEFITS

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Vitamin C: Has antioxidant properties and aids iron absorption Vitamin A: Aids growth and development

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COCKTAIL RECIPE Pomegranate Thyme Fizz

Pumpkin

BENEFITS:

Squash

Fiber: Helps digestion Potassium: Helps blood pressure and muscles Vitamin A: Aids growth and development

BENEFITS:

Beets

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Perfect for soups, risotto or roasting like a sweet potato.

TIP: Choose a squash that is heavy and dense. It’s delicious by itself, in salads or in soups.

TIP:

Folate: Boosts cell renewal Potassium: Helps blood pressure and muscles Betaine: Good for cardiovascular health

BENEFITS:

TIP:

Apples

Vitamin C: Has antioxidant properties and aids iron absorption Fiber: Helps digestion Potassium: Helps blood pressure and muscles

Raw, beets are great pickled or sliced in salads. Cooked, they can be the star of the show.

TIP: Make homemade applesauce, eat raw with peanut butter or drop a slice into a cup of hot tea.

INGREDIENTS:

• • • • •

1 1/2 oz vodka 3/4 cup sparkling water 1/4 cup fresh pomegranate juice Whole pomegranate seeds Sprigs of thyme

BENEFITS:

Cranberries

TIP: When raw they are a bit sour, but they can be cooked into breads, drinks and other recipes.

Manganese: Good for bone health Vitamin K: Aids blood coagulation Fiber: Helps digestion

DIRECTIONS: 1. 2.

Chill the sparkling water and vodka.

3.

Place the strainer with the seeds over a glass and press the seeds with a spoon to release the juice. Use enough seeds to produce 1/4 cup of juice. The rest of the seeds can be used as garnish.

4.

Remove pomegranate seeds from the fruit and place into a strainer.

Mix all of these ingredients together and garnish with a sprig of thyme and whole pomegranate seeds.

BENEFITS:

Pears

Vitamin C: Has antioxidant properties and aids iron absorption Fiber: Helps digestion Vitamin K: Aids blood coagulation

TIP: Pears are great raw, in salads or poached for an appetizer or snack.

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EATS St. Mark’s Chop Room in Nichols Hills is the newest concept from the team that brought us the beloved En Croûte. This quaint and cozy spot is right next door to it’s sister restaurant. It’s an intimate neighborhood joint for steaks, fine wines and spirits in Nichols Hills Plaza. The name St. Mark’s came about from one of the owners, Drew Tekell, who’s dad Mark passed away last year – this was a way to honor him and keep his legacy alive. We love this special touch. This chop house is supporting local in everything they do. Their melt-in-your-mouth steaks are from Iron Horse Ranch in Macomb, Oklahoma. You can taste the dedication and love in every bite from both Iron Horse and St. Mark’s, combined. Their steaks are all done in a cast iron and super simple with just salt and pepper and finished with a homemade secret seasoning unlike anything you’ve ever tasted. The cast iron creates a perfect crust on the outside of the tender steaks, leaving them with the perfect texture and juices flowing on the inside. Even though we think their steaks might be the star of the show, they’re doing much more than just steaks. St. Mark’s is whipping up everything from truffle roasted chicken to butter roasted Maine lobster. We need to focus on this lobster for a second, because oh my goodness, it’s GOOD. That is an understatement, but just trust us when we say you have to order this at least once in your life. Moving on, we’re self acclaimed creamed corn aficionados over here, and we feel compelled to let you know that St. Mark’s Chop Rooms creamed corn is hands down the best we’ve ever had. It’s so creamy, so flavorful with flavors you’ve probably never tasted in a bowl of creamed corn. We won’t judge you if you order just a bowl of this for yourself, because we know we’re going to next time. Always, always, always finish off your meal here with a dessert. Their executive dessert and pastry chef is whipping up out of this world desserts that can’t be missed. If you can’t tell by now, we thoroughly enjoyed our experience at St. Mark’s. We also must mention their wine menu is exquisite. St. Mark’s is a place for special occasions, a place to watch a football game dressed casual, it’s a place for a girls night out and everything in between – it’s everything we never knew we needed. Bonus, they talk walk-ins and reservations so get on it. We encourage you to visit St. Mark’s soon, you’ll be more than glad you did. 50

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WHAT WE TASTED: BUTTER ROASTED MAINE LOBSTER Maine lobster, avocado, corn puree, pistachio, red pepper beurre fondue SMOKED BONE MARROW PERSILLADE House pickles, stout jam, toast, herb salad 14OZ RIBEYE Iron Horse Ranch Wagyu Beef CREAMED CORN ST. MARK'S CHOCOLATE MOUSSE Valrhona Blonde Dulchey chocolate shell, Valrhona Guanaja dark chocolate mousse, toasted hazelnut, caramel sea salt sponge, cremeux of juniper, lingonberry preserve


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Inspired by the owner’s family kitchen, the streets of Bangkok and restaurants as far south as Phuket and as far north as Chiang Mai, Thai La Moon is bringing you authentic Thai cuisine. This new spot is located in the Deer Creek area near Pennsylvania Avenue and 178th Street. Their appetizers, entrees and desserts are packed full of the flavors and aromas of Thailand. If you’ve been to Thailand, they want to remind you of the food you’ve had, and if you’ve never been, they want you to leave their restaurant with a yearning to visit. Their food is affordable and delicious. You’ll find spring rolls, tom yum soup, curries, duck, stir-fried noodles, fried rice and more. There’s no shortage of Thai sweets to finish off your meal, so make sure you don’t leave those out, especially the sticky rice. We have a feeling if you try Thai La Moon once you’ll keep coming back for more. It’s too good not to.

One of the newest coffee shops to grace Edmond with its presence, Hashtag is anything but your ordinary coffee shop. Hashtag is a waffle, coffee and dessert house where you can get the best combination there is – coffee and sweets! They’re whipping up waffle batter in fun shapes like fish and bananas that you can top with extras like chocolate, Nutella, blueberry, Bavarian cream and more. Their waffles are something special, with topping options of vanilla, strawberry or chocolate ice cream and caramel, chocolate or strawberry syrup. Since they’re best known for coffee, you’ll find deliciously made lattes, cappuccinos, mochas, macchiatos and regular coffee. It’s a great place for a quick morning pickup (but keep in mind they don’t open until 10 a.m.), a meeting or to catch up with friends. We have a feeling the kiddos might love this place even more than you. What kid doesn’t love a sweet waffle piled high with more sweets? It may be sugar overload, but it’s worth it.

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Sun’s out, buns out – UR/BUN, that is, the coolest new concept. Korean steamed buns have finally made their way into Oklahoma and have found a home on Uptown 23rd at the historical Tower Theatre. If you’ve never had this Korean food favorite, the best way we can describe it is like a fluffy, flavorful cloud pocket of heaven – seriously. This quaint eatery has only a few tabletops and bar spaces lining the walls, but it lacks nothing in the flavor department. They have a simple menu, with different buns and two types of fries, but once you taste them you won’t need anything else. They also make some of the best made in-house sauces you’ll try. You can never order too many. What we love about this spot is that it’s so different from your typical restaurant. It’s quick, quaint, unique and oh so delicious. We encourage you to get out and try something new!

The Drum Room Fine Fowl & Fixin’s is your quintessential fried chicken and waffle eatery in Oklahoma. Located in the popular Western Avenue district near other local favorites like Sushi Neko and Musashi’s, The Drum Room offers up some delicious fried chicken options, but they’re best known for their fried chicken and waffles. Each chicken is seasoned with a secret spice blend and fried to perfection. While the chicken and waffles might be the star of the show, you don’t want to overlook some of their other items, like their fried chicken nachos or their fried okra. You can even order a fried chicken and waffle sandwich that is piled high with chicken, bacon and cheddar. Yes, it’s a fried heaven in here. There’s nothing too fancy about it and that’s the way it should be. It’s an iconic place to grab lunch or dinner with your favorite people and dig in on some fried chicken!


COOKING WITH CHEF JEFFREY KHOWONG

CRISPY FRIED CHICKEN SANDWICH

INGREDIENTS:

• • • • • •

2 cups all-purpose flour 1 tsp salt 1 tsp black pepper 2 cups buttermilk 8 oz chicken thigh, boneless Vegetable oil for frying

• • • • •

2 white sandwich buns 2 strips bacon, cooked crispy 2 pieces pickled cucumber Lettuce and tomato Spicy Piquillo Pepper Aioli

PREPARATION:

1. 2. 3.

Heat oil to 350˚.

4.

Deep fry in the hot oil for about 3 minutes on each side or until golden brown and cooked through. Transfer to the plate and sprinkle with salt and pepper.

5.

Spread the aioli on a bun and build the sandwich, topping the chicken with bacon, lettuce, tomato and pickle. Serve with French fries if desired. Dig in!

Whisk flour with the salt and pepper. Dredge the chicken in the flour mixture, shaking off excess. Dip the chicken in the buttermilk, and then dredge it in the flour mixture again.

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F O O D T R U C K F E AT U R E

CHEF RAY'S STREET EATS

Some of the city’s most delicious street food comes from Chef Ray’s Street Eats food truck! Chef Ray’s began in 2015 after Ray had been a hotel executive chef for 33 years. It was his long-held dream to start his own restaurant, and he felt a food truck would allow him to continue chasing his first love: cooking. He takes absolute pride and joy in serving others great food face-to-face, and you can definitely feel it when you visit his truck. Chef Ray’s fare can be characterized simply as comfort street food. He goes to great lengths to prepare the menu items from scratch in small batches: everything from grinding their own mustard to making their signature hickory syrup and slow smoking the pork. Their fried chicken is the star of the show, and they insist on using only fresh hormone- and antibiotic-free chicken. It is seriously some of the most flavorful, juicy and tender fried chicken we have ever had, hands down. You can’t go wrong with anything on their menu, but we have to recommend their infamous chicken ’n’ waffles, featured on the Travel Channel’s “Food Paradise” show. It definitely lives up to the hype – order it, trust us. Their options change frequently so you know you’re never going to get stuck with the same monotonous menu (but don’t worry, the crowd favorites are always available). This truck has won many awards and once you’ve tried it, it’s no surprise why. Their State Fair award-winning banana pudding is what dreams are made of. Chef Ray’s Street Eats has been ranked in the top 101 food trucks in the US for 2016 and 2017. They’re doing more than just daily stops: they also offer a variety of catering solutions, ranging from drop-off to fully catered formal services. So keep them in mind for your next event! This truck is something special. The ownership, food knowledge, unique flavors, homemade quality and everything in between: Chef Ray’s is a food truck Oklahoma City is lucky to have. 54

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6 – 8 P.M. OKLAHOMA CITY 6 – 9 P.M. OKLAHOMA CITY

11 A.M. – 1 P.M. OKLAHOMA CITY SNU HOMECOMING 4 – 6 P.M. BETHANY NOV. 12 WIZARDS ON WESTERN 1 – 6 P.M. OKLAHOMA CITY NOV. 16 BLEU GARTEN 5 – 9 P.M. OKLAHOMA CITY NOV. 24 THE PATRIARCH 5 – 9 P.M. EDMOND

11 A.M. – 1 P.M. OKLAHOMA CITY 11 A.M. – 1 P.M. OKLAHOMA CITY

TBD NORMAN NOV. 13 ALAMODE 11 A.M. – 1 P.M. OKLAHOMA CITY NOV. 14 KIMRAY 11 A.M. – 1 P.M. OKLAHOMA CITY NOV. 15 COMMUNITY HOSPITAL SOUTH 11 A.M. – 1 P.M. OKLAHOMA CITY NOV. 16 COMMUNITY HOSPITAL NORTH 11 A.M. – 1 P.M. OKLAHOMA CITY BLEU GARTEN 5 – 9 P.M. OKLAHOMA CITY NOV. 18 SANTA MARKET 9 – 5 P.M. EDMOND NOV. 21 HEALTH CARE AUTHORITY 11 A.M. – 1 P.M. OKLAHOMA CITY NOV. 25 OU MEMORIAL STADIUM TBD NORMAN NOV. 29 OG&E 11 A.M. – 1 P.M. OKLAHOMA CITY NOV. 30 KAMPER 11 A.M. – 1 P.M. OKLAHOMA CITY


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MOB GRILL

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NOV. 8

FILM ROW FOOD TRUCK WEDNESDAY

NOV. 1

LEADERSHIP SQUARE

NOV. 3

OG&E

NOV. 21

KIMRAY

NOV. 3

THE PATRIARCH

NOV. 10

HUDIBURG SUBARU

NOV. 30

CALIBER

11 A.M. – 1 P.M. OKLAHOMA CITY 11 A.M. – 1 P.M. OKLAHOMA CITY 11 A.M. – 1 P.M. OKLAHOMA CITY

SCHEDULES SUBJECT TO CHANGE DUE TO WEATHER.

11 A.M. – 1 P.M. OKLAHOMA CITY

5 – 9 P.M. EDMOND NOV. 4 BLEU GARTEN ALL DAY OKLAHOMA CITY NOV. 8 OKLAHOMA HOUSING FINANCE AGENCY 11 A.M. – 1 P.M. OKLAHOMA CITY NOV. 9 THE PATRIARCH 5 – 9 P.M. EDMOND NOV. 11 BLEU GARTEN ALL DAY OKLAHOMA CITY NOV. 12 WIZARDS ON WESTERN 11 A.M. – 5 P.M. OKLAHOMA CITY NOV. 14 OKLAHOMA BLOOD INSTITUTE 11 A.M. – 1 P.M. OKLAHOMA CITY NOV. 17 BLEU GARTEN 5 – 9 P.M. OKLAHOMA CITY NOV. 21 VALIR REHABILITATION 11 A.M. – 1 P.M. OKLAHOMA CITY NOV. 29 COMMUNITY HOSPITAL SOUTH 11 A.M. – 1 P.M. OKLAHOMA CITY NOV. 30 COMMUNITY HOSPITAL NORTH 11 A.M. – 1 P.M. OKLAHOMA CITY THE PATRIARCH 5 – 9 P.M. EDMOND

11 A.M. – 2 P.M. OKLAHOMA CITY

11 A.M. – 1:30 P.M. OKLAHOMA CITY SNU HOMECOMING 4 – 6 P.M. BETHANY NOV. 12 WIZARDS ON WESTERN 11 A.M. – 4 P.M. OKLAHOMA CITY

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LIVE MUSIC

NOV. 18

BANANA SEAT RIVERWIND CASINO 1544 OK-9, NORMAN, OK 73072

NOVEMBER 1

NOVEMBER 4

NOVEMBER 10

SKIRVIN HILTON RED PIANO LOUNGE OKLAHOMA CITY

NEWCASTLE CASINO NEWCASTLE

THE GREENS COUNTRY CLUB – MEMBERS ONLY OKLAHOMA CITY

HOT SEAT – SHAUN SUTTLE SOLO

NOVEMBER 2 DAVID MORRIS – PIANIST

SKIRVIN HILTON RED PIANO LOUNGE OKLAHOMA CITY

AMANDA CUNNINGHAM JJ’S ALLEY OKLAHOMA CITY

NOVEMBER 3 SUPERFREAK AS THE BLEND REMINGTON PARK OKLAHOMA CITY

REPLAY – MITCH & ALLEN

THE GREENS COUNTRY CLUB – MEMBERS ONLY OKLAHOMA CITY

CHRISTIAN PEARSON – PIANIST SKIRVIN HILTON RED PIANO LOUNGE OKLAHOMA CITY

CONSPIRACY REJECTS

GRANT STEVENS – PIANIST

ANDY ADAMS

NOVEMBER 5

JAKE ADAMS BAND

SKIRVIN HILTON PARK AVENUE GRILL OKLAHOMA CITY

PEELANDER-Z

SKIRVIN HILTON RED PIANO LOUNGE OKLAHOMA CITY

EDGAR CRUZ

NOVEMBER 7 GRANT WELLS – PIANIST

SKIRVIN HILTON RED PIANO LOUNGE OKLAHOMA CITY

NOVEMBER 9 DAVID MORRIS – PIANIST

SKIRVIN HILTON RED PIANO LOUNGE OKLAHOMA CITY

BRYCE MERRITT VZD’S OKLAHOMA CITY

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MARK GALLOWAY

BLUE DOOR OKLAHOMA CITY LAZY E ARENA GUTHRIE OPOLIS NORMAN

NOVEMBER 11 AARON WOODS BAND NEWCASTLE CASINO NEWCASTLE

GRANT STEVENS – PIANIST SKIRVIN HILTON RED PIANO LOUNGE OKLAHOMA CITY

PETER CASE

BLUE DOOR OKLAHOMA CITY


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NOV. 24

GARY JOHNSON — PIANIST SKIRVIN HILTON RED PIANO LOUNGE 1 PARK AVE, OKLAHOMA CITY, OK 73102

NOVEMBER 12

ELLIS PAUL

SKIRVIN HILTON PARK AVENUE GRILL OKLAHOMA CITY

MARK GALLOWAY

EDGAR CRUZ

NOVEMBER 17

BLUE DOOR OKLAHOMA CITY THE SHACK – 63RD OKLAHOMA CITY

REPLAY

GRANT STEVENS – PIANIST

REMINGTON PARK OKLAHOMA CITY

SKIRVIN HILTON RED PIANO LOUNGE OKLAHOMA CITY

SULLEY & SISSON

NOVEMBER 22

THE GREENS COUNTRY CLUB – MEMBERS ONLY OKLAHOMA CITY

GARY JOHNSON – PIANIST

SKIRVIN HILTON RED PIANO LOUNGE OKLAHOMA CITY

NOVEMBER 18 REPLAY – BOOGIE FEVER REMINGTON PARK OKLAHOMA CITY

BANANA SEAT

RIVERWIND CASINO NORMAN

MIDAS 13

NEWCASTLE CASINO NEWCASTLE

HOT SEAT – SHAUN SUTTLE SOLO SKIRVIN HILTON RED PIANO LOUNGE OKLAHOMA CITY

NOVEMBER 24 STARS

RIVERWIND CASINO NORMAN

GARY JOHNSON – PIANIST

SKIRVIN HILTON RED PIANO LOUNGE OKLAHOMA CITY

DEREK HARRIS

THE GREENS COUNTRY CLUB – MEMBERS ONLY OKLAHOMA CITY

BANANA SEAT

OU FAN FEST - OKLAHOMA MEMORIAL STADIUM NORMAN

SQUADLIVE

RIVERWIND CASINO NORMAN

STARS

NEWCASTLE CASINO NEWCASTLE

GRANT STEVENS – PIANIST SKIRVIN HILTON RED PIANO LOUNGE OKLAHOMA CITY

NOVEMBER 26 EDGAR CRUZ

SKIRVIN HILTON PARK AVENUE GRILL OKLAHOMA CITY

NOVEMBER 28 GRANT WELLS – PIANIST

SKIRVIN HILTON RED PIANO LOUNGE OKLAHOMA CITY

NOVEMBER 30 DAVID MORRIS – PIANIST

SKIRVIN HILTON RED PIANO LOUNGE OKLAHOMA CITY

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CONCERTS

NOV. 3-4

OKC PHILHARMONIC: WONDERFUL MUSIC OF OZ CIVIC CENTER MUSIC HALL 101 N WALKER AVE, OKLAHOMA CITY, OK 73102

NOVEMBER 2

NOVEMBER 9

NOVEMBER 18

THE CRITERION OKLAHOMA CITY

DIAMOND BALLROOM OKLAHOMA CITY

CIVIC CENTER MUSIC HALL OKLAHOMA CITY

WILL HOGE

CHRISTOPHER O’RILEY & PABLO ZIEGLER

MANDOLIN ORANGE

NOVEMBER 3-4

NOVEMBER 10

NOVEMBER 24

KID CUDI

TOWER THEATRE OKLAHOMA CITY

OKC PHILHARMONIC: THE WONDERFUL MUSIC OF OZ CIVIC CENTER MUSIC HALL OKLAHOMA CITY

NOVEMBER 5 KARI JOBE

THE CRITERION OKLAHOMA CITY

VINTAGE TROUBLE TOWER THEATRE OKLAHOMA CITY

NOVEMBER 8 NOTHING MORE DIAMOND BALLROOM OKLAHOMA CITY

PENNY & SPARROW TOWER THEATRE OKLAHOMA CITY

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BLACK DAHLIA MURDER

ARMSTRONG AUDITORIUM EDMOND

OKC PHILHARMONIC: CLASSICS 3

TOWER THEATRE OKLAHOMA CITY

DUSTIN LYNCH

THE ROMANTICS

DIAMOND BALLROOM OKLAHOMA CITY

RIVERWIND CASINO NORMAN

LOS LABOS

THE CRYSTAL METHOD

TOWER THEATRE OKLAHOMA CITY

TOWER THEATRE OKLAHOMA CITY

NOVEMBER 11

NOVEMBER 28

TOWER THEATRE OKLAHOMA CITY

ARMSTRONG AUDITORIUM EDMOND

RAINBOWS ARE FREE

NOVEMBER 12

HOMETEAM TOUR WITH TRIP LEE & KB TOWER THEATRE OKLAHOMA CITY

NOVEMBER 17 CHRIS STAPLETON

CHESAPEAKE ENERGY ARENA OKLAHOMA CITY

RAY CHEN

NOV. 30 – DEC. 2

OKC PHILHARMONIC: THE CHRISTMAS SHOW CIVIC CENTER MUSIC HALL OKLAHOMA CITY


CALENDAR OF EVENTS

NOVEMBER 3

NOVEMBER 14

CHESAPEAKE ENERGY ARENA OKLAHOMA CITY

GALLAGHER-IBA ARENA STILLWATER

OKC THUNDER VS BOSTON CELTICS

NOVEMBER 4 OSU COWBOYS VS OU SOONERS BOONE PICKENS STADIUM STILLWATER

OU SOONERS WOMEN VS SWOSU BULLDOGS LLOYD NOBLE CENTER NORMAN

OSU COWBOYS WOMEN VS WICHITA STATE SHOCKERS

NOVEMBER 15 OKC THUNDER VS CHICAGO BULLS CHESAPEAKE ENERGY ARENA OKLAHOMA CITY

NOVEMBER 18

OSU COWBOYS VS KANSAS STATE WILDCATS

NOVEMBER 10

BOONE PICKENS STADIUM STILLWATER

GALLAGHER-IBA ARENA STILLWATER

OKC THUNDER VS GOLDEN STATE WARRIORS

OSU COWBOYS MEN VS PEPPERDINE WAVES OKC THUNDER VS LA CLIPPERS CHESAPEAKE ENERGY ARENA OKLAHOMA CITY

NOVEMBER 11

OU SOONERS VS TCU HORNED FROGS GAYLORD FAMILY OKLAHOMA MEMORIAL STADIUM NORMAN

NOVEMBER 12

OKC THUNDER VS DALLAS MAVERICKS CHESAPEAKE ENERGY ARENA OKLAHOMA CITY

NOVEMBER 22 CHESAPEAKE ENERGY ARENA OKLAHOMA CITY

NOVEMBER 24 OKC THUNDER VS DETROIT PISTONS CHESAPEAKE ENERGY ARENA OKLAHOMA CITY

NOVEMBER 25

OU SOONERS VS WEST VIRGINIA MOUNTAINEERS GAYLORD FAMILY OKLAHOMA MEMORIAL STADIUM NORMAN

OSU COWBOYS VS KANSAS JAYHAWKS BOONE PICKENS STADIUM STILLWATER

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MOVIES NOVEMBER 1

NOVEMBER 3

NOVEMBER 10

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NOVEMBER 17

NOVEMBER 22

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EVENTS

NOV. 18 DEC. 31 TO

CHRISTMAS IN THE PARK YUKON CITY PARK 2200 S. HOLLY AVE. YUKON, OK 73099

SEPT. 30 – NOV. 5

NOVEMBER 4-5

NOV. 10 – JAN. 28

5201 CIMARRON RD. N.W. PIEDMONT

OKLAHOMA RAILWAY MUSEUM OKLAHOMA CITY

THE MYRIAD GARDENS OKLAHOMA CITY

OKIE SAMPLER

NOVEMBER 3-5 VINTAGE MARKET DAYS OKC PUBLIC FARMERS MARKET OKLAHOMA CITY

NOVEMBER 3 FIRST FRIDAY GALLERY WALK PASEO ARTS DISTRICT OKLAHOMA CITY

FALL STEAM TRAIN

NOVEMBER 7-12 OKC BROADWAY: RENT CIVIC CENTER MUSIC HALL OKLAHOMA CITY

NOV. 7 – JAN. 7 EDMOND OUTDOOR ICE RINK MITCH PARK EDMOND

NOVEMBER 3-18

NOVEMBER 8-11

OKLAHOMA STATE FAIRGROUNDS OKLAHOMA CITY

COX CONVENTION CENTER OKLAHOMA CITY

AQHA WORLD CHAMPIONSHIP SHOW

MISTLETOE MARKET

NOVEMBER 10 VETERANS DAY PARADE 8700 E. RENO AVE. MIDWEST CITY

LIVE ON THE PLAZA PLAZA DISTRICT OKLAHOMA CITY

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DEVON ICE RINK

NOVEMBER 12 WIZARDS ON WESTERN

39TH TO 44TH STREET ON WESTERN AVE. OKLAHOMA CITY

GYPSY GLAM ROADSHOW HOLIDAY SHOPPING EXTRAVAGANZA DEVON BOATHOUSE DISTRICT OKLAHOMA CITY

NOVEMBER 14 FOOD TRUCK TUESDAYS HWY 62 & JACKSON BLANCHARD


CALENDAR OF EVENTS

NOV. 24 DEC. 23 TO

HOLIDAY POP-UP SHOPS MIDTOWN 399 NW 10TH ST, OKLAHOMA CITY, OK 73103

NOVEMBER 18

NOVEMBER 19

NOVEMBER 26

119 S. MAIN ST. LUTHER

CIVIC CENTER MUSIC HALL OKLAHOMA CITY

NANCY O’BRIAN CENTER FOR PERFORMING ARTS NORMAN

LUTHER PECAN FESTIVAL THE SANTA MARKET

DOWNTOWN COMMUNITY CENTER EDMOND

RUDOLPH THE RED-NOSED REINDEER: THE MUSICAL

THE OKLAHOMA NUTCRACKER

MOSCOW BALLET’S GREAT RUSSIAN NUTCRACKER ROSE STATE COLLEGE HUDIBURG CHEVROLET CENTER MIDWEST CITY

NOVEMBER 23 EDMOND TURKEY TROT 28 E. MAIN ST. EDMOND

NOV. 24 – DEC. 23 HOLIDAY POP-UP SHOPS MIDTOWN OKLAHOMA CITY

A TERRITORIAL CHRISTMAS CAROL THE POLLARD THEATRE GUTHRIE

NOVEMBER 25 NOV. 18 – DEC. 31 CHRISTMAS IN THE PARK YUKON CITY PARK YUKON

DELUXE WINTER MARKET LEADERSHIP SQUARE OKLAHOMA CITY

NOV. 29 – DEC. 24 A CHRISTMAS CAROL LYRIC THEATRE OKLAHOMA CITY

NOVEMBER 30

TERRITORIAL CHRISTMAS CELEBRATION HARN HOMESTEAD MUSEUM OKLAHOMA CITY

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