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INSIDE

TA B L E O F C O N T E N T S

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• A GUIDE TO APPLES

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• SAUCY 20 PHOTOGRAPHY BY LAUREN WRIGHT

• OKIE BEER TOUR

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• FUN IN THE FACTS 48 CANNED FOOD

• TRUTH IN THE NUMBERS CONDIMENTS

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• SO6IX EATS 52 I HEART MAC & CHEESE

• SO6IX SUPPORTS

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• CALENDAR OF EVENTS

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AUTISM OKLAHOMA OCTOBER 2018

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Hello, October! Boo! That’s the natural way to say hello in October (obviously). This is literally one of the absolute best months of the entire year and you can’t convince me otherwise. It’s officially fall, it’s sports season, cooler weather is arriving, a few rainy days are upon us, there are so many great events happening around the city, it is unofficially the kickoff to the holiday season, AND there’s all of the fall food! Speaking of food, thanks for picking up our October food issue!

of amazing local breweries? We went on a mini Okie beer tour and tasted our way through them to bring you a breakdown of tastes and even food pairings. This fall (if you’re 21+), get out and visit at least one of these breweries. You’ll find not only delicious local beer on these extremely interesting brewery tours, but board games to be played, live music on some occasions, and even Just fair warning, this issue will make you hungry, food trucks, and you’re sure to make very hungry. I’m a sauce gal – you know, the one that some new friends. orders like 5 different types of dipping sauces, makes If you aren’t already hungry – just you my meal decisions halfway based off of what kind wait. Start turning the pages and it’ll of sauce will be included, and usually remembers happen. I hope this month you soak a dish for its sauce. And I know I’m not the only one up the fall season and its food for who feels this way; there’s something about Okies all it’s worth. Oklahoma is booming and our sauces. So why not give sauces their own with exceptional food and drink stage? Well, we did! In Saucy, you’ll navigate your destinations. I encourage you to try way around some of the best saucy dishes in town. something new this month! If you love Everything from sweet to heat and fresh to creamy, it, you’ve learned something new, and at breakfast, lunch, brunch and dinner. Try your way if you don’t, it’s a memory regardless. through this list, and never be afraid to ask for extra Make every day (and dish) count. sauce because they’re all beyond worth it. Happy Fall! In fall some of the best foods and drinks take center stage: pumpkin, apples, sweets, soups and yes, beer! Did you know Oklahoma has an extensive list

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CRAFT DRINKS & GOURMET CORN DOGS www.anchordownokc.com @anchordownokc

HOT MELTS & COLD BEER www.themuleokc.com @themuleokc

SOUTHWESTERN COMFORT FOOD www.thepressokc.com @thepressokc

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Apples Fall kicks off apple season and we love it! (Although honestly, we eat them year-round.) Have you ever gone to the grocery store and paid attention to how many different kinds of apples there are? A single grocery store can carry 8 or more, and that’s just the start: there are 2,500 varieties of apples grown throughout the United States and 7,500 varieties throughout the world. And yes, they do all taste different! Apples can vary in their crunch, sweetness, tartness, water content, and the color and thickness of the skin. So many different varieties means lots of different recipes you can whip up. Get up to date on your apple knowledge and try a new recipe or two this fall season!

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golden delicious Gr eat for Crisps Crumbles Tarts Cakes

Cabbages Cheeses Galettes Breads

The Golden Delicious has the perfect combination of sweet-tartness that makes it great for eating on its own, but it also has the necessary acid content and stability for baking.

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They’re low in calories. They help lower cholesterol. This variety is not related to the Red Delicious.

gala The Gala apple is a crisp, sweet apple with a mild flavor. It comes in at number two on the list of most popular apples.

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The Gala apple is likely to take over as America’s favorite apple this year, overthrowing the Red Delicious. The U.S. will grow 52.4 million Gala apples in 2018. It originated from New Zealand in the 1930s.

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Gr eat for Applesauce Cider Eating fresh Salads


Gr eat for Green smoothies Fruit salads Chopped salads

Sauces Soups Caramel

red delicious The Red Delicious apple spent more than half a century as America’s most grown apple. It does better in fresh preparations, as the flesh does not hold up very well when cooked.

Yo u K n o w d i D They’re a good source of vitamin C. The dark red skin is high in antioxidants. This variety was discovered in 1875 in Peru, Iowa.

Seeds of knowledge Apple trees take four to five years to produce their first fruit.

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Seeds of knowledge Apple varieties range in size from a little larger than a cherry to as large as a grapefruit.

fuji The Fuji apple is one of the most dynamic apples. The interior is dense, juicy and crisp. They’re low in acid and the flavor is mild yet sweet with hints of both honey and citrus.

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The name doesn’t come from Mount Fuji, but rather from Fujisaki, the Japanese town where they were developed. Fujis are one of the best apple varieties for freezing.

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Juices Sauces Pork

One large Fuji can give you 15% of your daily vitamin C.


Seeds of knowledge

honeycrisp honeycrisp

Apples ripen six to 10 times faster at room temperature than if they are refrigerated.

Honeycrisps are one of the newer apples on the market, after being developed in Minnesota. As the name indicates, they are crisp and juicy with a honey-sweet and tart flavor all in one.

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The Honeycrisp is the official state fruit of Minnesota. It took 31 years to develop the Honeycrisp, and the first apples didn’t land on grocery store shelves until 1997. Honeycrisps love cold weather. They need it to develop a crispy texture and honeysweet flavor.

Gr eat for Baking Pies Applesauce Salads Slaws

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Seeds of knowledge More than 2,500 varieties of apples are grown in the United States, but only the crabapple is native to North America.

envy The Envy apple is a newer apple as well and is a cross between Royal Gala and Braeburn. It was developed in New Zealand in 2009. The sweet taste and crunch of the Envy apple makes it widely adaptable.

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Envy apples are rich in fiber. This breed of apple doesn’t brown as quickly as other apple varieties.

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Cheeses Chicken salad Eating fresh

They are from the same group that developed the beloved Jazz apple.

Seeds of knowledge A peck of apples weighs 10.5 pounds. A bushel of apples weighs about 42 pounds.

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Gr eat for Baking Pies Tarts Meat pastries

Bread stuffing Risotto Potato pancakes Smoothies

granny smith The Granny Smith is one of the classics, with a firm, thick skin that gives off a tart and acidic yet subtly sweet flavor.

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The parents of the Granny Smith apple are believed to be relatives of the French crab apple. They were discovered in Australia in the 1860s.

pink lady

Their high acid content helps keep these apples from turning brown as quickly.

Pink Lady apples are extremely crunchy with a sweet finish. Their combination of juiciness and crispness offers a “fizz-like” burst of flavor.

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Everyone knows them as Pink Lady apples, but that’s actually the brand name of a Cripps Pink apple. It’s a cross between the Golden Delicious and Lady Williams varieties. They are a great source of Vitamin C, Vitamin A, calcium, iron and pectin.

Gr eat for Eating fresh Baking Sauces Salads Slaws

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LUNCH.

DINNER.

WE DON’T CARE WHAT YOU EAT FOR BREAKFAST. EarlsRibPalace.com


Y c u Sa LET’S BE REAL HERE

– O F T E N T I M E S , A S A U C E I S T H E S T A R O F T H E S H O W. So why not give sauces their own show, right here? Okies know how to do sauces (if we do say so ourselves) and how to do them well. Everything from sweet to heat, from creamy to fresh, from thick to thin – restaurants around town are whipping up some delicious creations and piling them on everything at breakfast, lunch, brunch and dinner. Some of these sauces you may have heard of or even tried, like a house-made ranch (which seems to run through our Okie blood), and others you might not have, like a pineapple chile reduction. There are so many great ones, and we made our way around town finding some of them for you! There’s not enough time or space in the world to write about all of them, but this is a starting place.

T RY Y OU R WAY T H R OUGH T H I S L I ST,

AND NEVER BE AFRAID TO ASK FOR EXTRA SAUCE BE C AUSE T H E SE A R E A L L S O BE YON D WORT H I T.

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café kacao 3325 N. CLASSEN BLVD., OKC 405.602.2883 CAFEKACAO.COM

HUEVOS RANCHEROS

A bed of whole black beans topped with two handmade corn tortillas, sunny-side up eggs, ranchero sauce, feta, chorizo, queso fresco, sour cream pico and guacamole


yokozuna 13230 PAWNEE DR. #11, OKC  405.500.1020  YOKOZUNASUSHI.COM

TEMPURA FRIED CAULIFLOWER Tossed in a sweet spicy gochujang sauce.

FLAMING VOLCANO

Kani kama, chipotle cream cheese and jalapeño, tempura fried then topped with langostinos cooked in a creamy volcano sauce. Served with eel sauce and scallions. 22

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guyutes 730 N.W. 23RD ST., OKC 405.702.6960 GUYUTES.COM

FRANKLIN’S TOWER

Blackened chicken, Yukon Gold potatoes, and sautéed spinach, topped with crisp basil and a pineapple chile reduction

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gogi go!

1352 N. WALKER AVE., OKC  405.778.8524  GOGIGO.CO

GOGI GO! BEEF

Bulgogi beef, pickled red onions, cabbage, pickled peppers, white rice, green onions, fried onions, sesame seeds, sous vide egg, mandoo, and Gogi sauce

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EARL’S WINGS

One pound of wings in a sweet BBQ sauce, served with homemade ranch

SMOKED CHICKEN BREAST SANDWICH

Slow hickory smoked chicken breast piled high with lettuce, tomato, onion and Earl’s BBQ sauce

6816 N. WESTERN AVE., OKC  405.843.9922  EARLSRIBPALACE.COM

earl’s rib palace

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wheelhouse pizza kitchen 11109 N. MAY AVE., OKC  405.286.5814  WHEELHOUSEPIZZA.COM

SMASHED MEATBALL SUB

Homemade smashed meatballs, homemade red sauce, melted provolone, crispy Italian peppers and Parmesan on a toasted roll

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sushi neko 4318 N. WESTERN AVE., OKC 405.528.8862  SUSHINEKO.COM

LIFESAVER

INSIDE Crab salad, tempura bacon, cucumber. OUTSIDE Salmon, tuna, lemon, spicy sauce, eel sauce, avocado, green onion and sesame seeds.

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raspberries n’ crème 2925 LAKESIDE CIRCLE, OKC 405.755.3560 RASPBERRIESNCREME.COM

NIKKI’S FAMOUS FISH TACOS

Light white fish with special seasonings, cabbage, onions, peppers and tomatoes. Served with black bean salsa & chips with raspberry chipotle & senora sauce for dipping.

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chick-n-beer 715 N.W. 23RD ST., OKC  405.604.6995  CHICKNBEEROKC.COM

NACHO AVERAGE CHICK

Wonton chips, cheese, red & greens, pickled jalapeños, spicy ranch, and sour cream with chicken

GOCHUJANG TRADITIONAL WINGS

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HOUSE TOTS SMOTHERED

House-made tater tots stuffed with cheddar, topped with bacon bits and smothered in queso and chili sauce

BUFFALO CHICKEN MAC

Radiatori pasta, buffalo chicken strips, blue cheese, green onion and a ranch drizzle

1610 N. GATEWOOD AVE., OKC  405.208.7739  THEPRESSOKC.COM

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chef ray’s street eats FOOD TRUCK  CHEFRAYSSTREETEATS.COM

THE SLOPPY ITALIAN

Brioche bun, all-natural fried chicken, melted provolone, smoked fresh mozzarella, roasted garlic aioli, Parmesan, marinara sauce and basil pesto sauce

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mickey mantle’s steakhouse 7 S. MICKEY MANTLE DR., OKC  405.272.0777  MICKEYMANTLESTEAKHOUSE.COM

FILET MIGNON OSCAR STYLE

Filet topped with Oscar sauce – a traditional béarnaise with crab and asparagus

sunnyside diner 916 N.W. 6TH ST., OKC 405.778.8861 EATATSUNNYSIDE.COM

HILLBILLY HASH

Hillbilly’s BBQ pork and house-made bacon BBQ sauce over roasted potatoes with two Sunnyside eggs and a side of sourdough toast

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pops

nichols hills plaza 6447 AVONDALE DR., OKC 405.446.8767 POPS66.COM

ROOT BEER BREAD PUDDING Bread pudding with Round Barn root beer, raisins and white chocolate sauce

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CHEESE ENCHILADAS

White corn tortillas, queso Chihuahua & Monterey Jack cheese, queso fresco, and cilantro, topped with smoky roja sauce or jalapeño verde sauce

916 N.W. 6TH ST., OKC  405.606.6184  REVOLUCIONOKC.COM

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moni's pasta & pizza 17200 N. MAY AVE., EDMOND 405.285.5991 MONISOKC.COM

COLD GARGANELLI PASTA SALAD WITH PEPPERONCINI VINAIGRETTE

Garganelli pasta with sliced deli pepperoni, sun-dried tomatoes, caramelized onions, toasted pine nuts, fresh spinach and fresh basil tossed in a zesty house-made pepperoncini vinaigrette

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OKIE BEER TOUR Craft beer and local products are two things locals can’t get enough of, so it’s no surprise the local craft beer scene is booming. There are both new and older brewers with a lot of passion, great taprooms and a high demand, which makes for a lot of tasty beers to go around. You might have tried some of these, and some you may have never heard of – so we set out on a mission to do a mini Okie beer tour to bring the knowledge directly to you. There’s a lot of love being poured into these products. We highly recommend setting up brewhouse tours with any of these this fall and stopping into their taproom for a tasting flight. They’re all different and unique in their own way. Cheers to the local Okie beers!


Anthem Brewing Company ANTHEMBREWING.COM

If there’s any brewery that has taken Oklahoma by storm over the last six years, it’s Anthem Brewing. Like many others, Anthem started from a love for beer and home brewing, and it’s exploded since then. Not long after their start, Anthem really capitalized on a market that was thirsty for craft beer. Anthem found its new home not too far from Film Row and the Farmers Market District. We were given the official tour through the brewhouse (which we totally recommend scheduling on your own time). It’s amazing to see what they’re producing and how much in person, and it’s only going to continue to grow. If you’ve taken a sip of their infamous Golden One, you’ll understand why. They’re amping up production in the near future to keep up with demand with new warehouse builds, new vessels, and even a new and improved taproom. There are a lot of great people behind this business making it happen so we can enjoy their delicious products. It’s ohso-true that here, good beer brings good people together.

6.5% ABV | 84 IBU

IPA This India Pale Ale has a fruity and dank hop aroma, a clean, malty backbone and just the right amount of bitterness to merge into this tasty creation.

6% ABV | 22 IBU

Arjuna This Belgian-Style Wheat Ale has fruity notes of orange peel, coriander and chamomile, which makes for a refreshing experience.

7% ABV | 22 IBU

Golden One Golden One is the infamous Anthem beer that consumers can’t get enough of. It’s a Belgian-Style Blonde Ale with a fruity nose and hints of coriander and pineapple, bringing balance to this beer’s malty base.

5.5% ABV | 0 IBU

OK Pils Have you been looking for a clean beer that you can drink day in and day out, month in and mouth out? Well, you’ve found it! OK Pilsner is a heavy dose of German pilsner malt to start and European hops to finish.

8.5% ABV | 44 IBU

Uroboros Stout Stout: a style continually renewing itself in new forms and reborn here as a Belgian-inspired creation. Roasted and chocolate malts, dark candied sugar, oak spirals and Belgian yeast circle in a harmonious union.

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roughtail Brewing

ROUGHTAILBEER.COM In 2012, Roughtail came to life, born from two friends that had a love for crafted beer and shared a hobby: home brewing. Roughtail Brewing is all about pushing the boundaries, envelopes and taste buds. You won’t ever get bored sipping on anything that comes from Roughtail. It’s full of character, all the way around – the flavor combinations, the can artwork, the current taphouse and everything in between. Take one sip of their infamous Everything Rhymes with Orange IPA and you’ll understand why Roughtail is growing at a rapid pace. They just announced they are moving to their forever home sometime in 2019 to a 20,000-square-foot building on the northwest side of Oklahoma City, near Santa Fe on Memorial Road. They’ll be able to double their brewing capacity and enable future growth up to 50,000 barrels per year (yay!). We can’t say it enough: Roughtail is so unique and so full of character, and that’s just one of the many reasons we love it. See and taste it for yourself.

8% ABV

Mercury in Retrograde This 8% hazy, wheat-backed double IPA features massive flavors of berries and red currants. A copious double dry hop with both Enigma and Mosaic hops gives this guy one of the best aromas yet.

6.7% ABV | 80 IBU

Roughtail IPA This flagship is brewed to kick your taste buds and leave your palate begging for mercy. Pine, resin and citrus aromas leap out of the glass. The extreme bitterness hits next to give you your fix. The finish is dry and clean and leaves you wanting more. There’s a crazy amount of hops in this beer just for you, you hopheads.

6.5% ABV | 65 IBU

Everything Rhymes with Orange IPA Soft, pillowy mouthfeel, hazy and non-filtered, with juicy, citrusy hops and a fluffy white head. This IPA features mid-low bitterness and a full, soft body while still finishing dry and clean like the rest of the Roughtail lineup. Simcoe hops are featured, with Citra and Mosaic providing backup and complexity.

6.5% ABV

E-Juice This iteration of their rotating fruit IPA reps their favorite hazy IPA base, hopped with El Dorado and Azacca. There’s a massive dose of strawberry, pineapple and mango puree directly into the fermenter at two different stages. Milk sugar balances the natural acidity of the fruit and makes this IPA smooth and easy to drink, with a punch of tropical fruit aroma and flavor.

6.5% ABV | 50 IBU

Roughtail Pale Ale This beer has four different varieties of hops to give Roughtail Pale Ale a tropical fruit and citrus flavor indicative of a West Coast–style Pale Ale.

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Twisted Spike

TWISTEDSPIKE.COM Twisted Spike Brewing Company is one of the newest kids on the block. They opened their doors at the end of 2016 in the ever-growing downtown OKC’s Automobile Alley. The owners had a love for beer and a vision to create a downtown OKC beer destination. The brewery offers a mix of American- and Belgian-inspired beers. They keep a great mix of flavors and styles on tap and in cans and bottles throughout the year, with the occasional sour, seasonal and small-batch beers that can only be found in the Taproom. Twisted Spike is centered on quality. Behind all of their beer is the philosophy that quality is achieved by giving first-rate ingredients to first-rate people in a space where they are free to pursue their passion.

5.8% ABV

Two Bean or Not Two Bean This is a robust porter made with whole vanilla beans and cold-brewed French roast coffee. It pours a rich, deep brown with a dark tan head. Coffee, vanilla and dark malts dominate the aroma.

4% ABV

Rose Rock Irish Red Ale made with Mosaic and Fuggles hops. It pours a deep red with a tan head. The characteristic red hues are developed by using just a touch of roasted barley. The Mosaic hops dominate the aroma. Caramel malts give it a slightly malty, toffee sweetness and characteristic dry finish.

6.2% ABV

Dirty Blonde This is a gold-medal-winning Belgian Blonde Ale. It pours a light yellow with a small, creamy head. It has a very sweet malt and fruity aroma with pear, orange and clove notes. Styrian Goldings hops adds a spicy finish.

6.5% ABV

Blood Orange IPA This is close to a classic IPA with a twist – blood orange. Pine and citrus aromatics are present due to Cascade, Centennial and Amarillo dry hopping. The bittering hops and bready malt flavors are well balanced with a punch of blood orange flavor.

9.8% ABV

Black Snake Black Snake is a Russian Imperial Stout that comes to pack a punch. It pours ebony black with a dark brown head. The aromas of dark-roasted malts, chocolate and alcohol prepare you for this substantial beer. The full-bodied mouthfeel coats the palate with dark malts, roast and chocolate.

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Prairie Artisan Ales PRAIRIEALES.COM

Prairie Artisan Ales is a small third-wave brewery that was founded in 2012. Prairie brings their unique perspective and artistic vibe to brewing. Sometimes they put out a big, bold barrel-aged stout and other times a crisp and funky farmhouse ale. Each beer they brew is wrapped in unique, expressive and interesting art, which is our next favorite thing about it – besides the beer of course. They opened up a taproom in downtown OKC near Automobile Alley and it’s everything you could want out of a taproom. You’re going to want to grab a friend or two and get a flight to taste while you soak up the artsy atmosphere and great music. Not only are the locals praising Prairie, but RateBeer has it on their top 100 brewers in the world list! While we Okies will always claim Prairie as our own, you can now find it in more than 25 states and on 5 continents.

6.3% ABV

Pink Guava Funk In this unique blend you’ll first taste a sour ale, with a kick of the pink guava puree giving it a fruity end.

13% ABV

Paradise Paradise packs a little bit of a punch, but after a few sips you’ll be in paradise with this imperial stout with vanilla and coconut flavors.

13% ABV

Bomb! Here’s another that packs a punch. It has plenty of flavor notes going on that you’ll work your way through sip after sip, as this Imperial stout is aged on coffee, vanilla, chocolate and chiles.

5.9% ABV

Vape Tricks If you like sour, this is going to be your thing. This sour ale is aged on cherries, which are tart all on their own.

5.6% ABV

Standard This is one of Prairie’s delicious classics. This play on a farmhouse ale has a bit of a funky flavor with notes of tart that will leave your mouth crisp and dry.


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FUN IN THE FACTS

CANNED FOOD THE INVENTOR OF CANNED FOOD WAS

FRENCH CONFECTIONER NICOLAS APPERT,

WHO BEGAN PRESERVING FOOD IN SEALED GLASS JARS IN 1795.

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TRUTH IN THE NUMBERS

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Fall

PATIO SEASON

DAYS OF THE MONTH

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With cooler temperatures arriving, our second patio season of the year is upon us. Grab a friend or ten and head to the nearest patio ASAP. All of these (in no particular order) have great vibes, delicious food and tasty drinks, so you really can’t go wrong.

World Vegetarian Day

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National Boyfriends Day

Labor Day

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05

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UNCLE JULIO’S GUYUTES

World Smile Day

Fire Prevention Day

Take Your Teddy Bear to Work Day

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THE MULE FLINT POWER HOUSE World Egg Day

YOKOZUNA CHISHOLM CREEK BARRIOS FINE MEXICAN DISHES

National Dessert Day

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Boss’s Day

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SUSHI NEKO SIDECAR BARLEY & WINE BAR CHISHOLM CREEK

National Pasta Day

PACKARD’S NEW AMERICAN KITCHEN

Count Your Buttons Day

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Tell a Story Day

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THE HALL’S PIZZA KITCHEN FASSLER HALL

National Frankenstein Day

National Candy Corn Day

Halloween

THE JONES ASSEMBLY

PuppyMONTH OF THE

MEET DUNCAN!

Owner: Chelsea Phillips This cutie is a two-year-old boxer who thinks he’s much smaller than he actually is. His favorite things to do are play tug-of-war with his rope and snuggle up on the couch. Duncan is the ultimate cuddle bug. He’s not the most trained “trickster,” but he does have a notso-hidden talent for catching food that falls on the kitchen floor. His favorite treat, though? His momma’s couch pillows. Duncan is chatty, especially when he wants something, which is usually along the lines of being allowed on the bed. His favorite pastime is chasing rabbits in the backyard, but he would never hurt one. Duncan is a total sweetie who will befriend any animal or person. Want your puppy to be entered for our local puppy of the month? Email: LAUREN@SO6IX.COM 50

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TAPPING TO

the tunes

Kids Craft

HALLOWEEN TREATS

DESPERATE MAN ERIC CHURCH

Credit: positivelysplendid.com

YOU SAY LAUREN DAIGLE VIENNA THE FRAY

COCKTAIL RECIPE Credit: dineanddish.net

Cookie Spiders Kids and adults alike will love to make and eat these at any Halloween party or get-together this October.

INGREDIENTS:

• • • • •

Oreos Pretzel sticks Candy corn Marshmallows Black frosting

INSTRUCTIONS:

HARD CIDER PUMPKIN FLOAT INGREDIENTS:

• •

12 oz Woodchuck Reserve Pumpkin Cider or your favorite ale 1-2 scoops Talenti Gelato or your favorite ice cream

INSTRUCTIONS: 1. Pour cider or ale into a chilled pint glass. 2. Add 1-2 scoops gelato or ice cream and serve immediately.

Enjoy!

1. Break four pretzel sticks in half to form eight individual pieces. 2. Insert four of the pretzel pieces on either side of an Oreo, directly into the cream layer. 3. Break off just the white bottom portion of two pieces of candy corn. 4. Insert the white candy corn tips into the front portion of the cookie, between the two sets of legs, to form spider fangs. 5. For the eyes, use a finger to press two of the marshmallows flat. (Day-old marshmallows work best for this, as they tend to hold their flattened shape more easily.) 6. Put frosting on the back of the marshmallow eyes and place them just over the fangs on the front side of the spider. Use a dab of black frosting on each to make pupils for each eye. 7. Make a bunch to eat and share! so6ix.com | OCTOBER 2018

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EATS Cheese, cheese, extra cheese and some more cheese – say hello to our cheesy friends, I Heart Mac & Cheese! This carb heaven originated in Florida and eventually made its way to Oklahoma thanks to local franchisee Genny. This is the first I Heart Mac & Cheese outside of Florida, and we are so proud to have it right here in the ever-growing Yukon area. They opened up this spot in April of 2018 and have been whipping up delicious mac and cheese creations ever since. It’s a fast-casual restaurant concept that specializes in customizable, madeto-order macaroni and cheese and grilled cheese sandwiches. The menu is full of creative, award-winning recipes, resulting in a grownup approach to this classic childhood dish. Believe us when we say there is something for everyone and every age on this menu! Whether you’re in the mood for a salad, tater tots, a grilled cheese or mac and cheese – there are plenty of options. Their menu features chef specials, which are mac and cheese bowls or grilled cheeses with the perfect accompaniments already chosen. You can pile your grilled cheese high between buttery fresh bread with options like baked buffalo chicken or pepperoni pizza (hello ideal situation!). If you had something else in mind, you can make your own creation by choosing everything from the cheese to the veggies and proteins, making you your own chef! They also are food allergy friendly with vegetarian options, gluten-free options both in bread and pasta, and a vegan option with their veggie marinara (no vegan cheese just yet, but stay tuned!). Come hungry because their portion sizes are no joke. You’ll eat some, and then some more, and you’ll probably still have leftovers for that 2 a.m. hunger strike. Every dish was packed with flavor, with each bite leaving you ready for another; it’s cheesy, oh-so-creamy, and delicious. If you love cheese like us, you aren’t going to be able to get enough of this place.

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WHAT WE TASTED: YUKON BBQ BEEF Scallions, short rib, BBQ sauce and cheesy macaroni and cheese WEDGE SALAD Romaine blend, bacon, blue cheese, onion and tomato THE JONATHAN Muenster cheese, white cheddar, mushrooms, bacon, pulled pork and BBQ sauce THE BEST OF BOTH WORLDS A baked mac & cheese sandwich with slow-cooked short rib, white cheddar cheese & American cheese, finished with BBQ sauce LOADED TOTS Tater tots, scallions, bacon, cheese sauce & ranch for dipping THE CUBAN Mojo marinated pulled pork, ham, Swiss cheese & dill pickles


PO K É LOCO 14600 N. PENNSYLVANIA AVENUE, OKC 405.607.0035 | FACEBOOK.COM/POKELOCOOKC Poke is all the rage right now and there’s a new spot in town serving it up: Poké Loco. Poké Loco sits inside another local favorite, Sweet Mini’s Donut Company – yes, really. They’re serving up delicious poke bowls, made-famous-from-Instagram sushi burritos, and another Hawaiian favorite – acai bowls. For your poke bowl, you get to build your own by choosing a base from sushi rice, brown rice or spring mix and adding toppings from choices like raw tuna, crispy chicken, mango salsa, pickled jalapeño, crab salad, spicy mayo, poke sauce and more. It’s a fresh bowl that can be as authentic or as creative as you want it to be. They have a great selection of sushi burritos packed full of creative ingredients that will leave you full and happy! Be a little adventurous and give it a try!

O CEA N TAST E 925 I-35 FRONTAGE RD., EDMOND 73034 405.726.8663 | OCEANTASTEEDMOND.COM Ocean fare and fish galore! Ocean Taste is bringing delicious fresh seafood straight to Edmond, Oklahoma. They have a variety of options: shrimp, crab legs, lobster, crawfish, green mussels, stone clams, catfish and oysters. You can order them in so many different versions that there’s bound to be something on the menu for everyone’s preference. From boiled pots served with corn and potatoes to fried fish baskets with French fries to fresh salads, chicken wings and baked oysters, you can taste your way through the ocean. They have great lunch options that don’t skip on the size. If you’re with a group, we recommend the Seafood Carnival, which gives you 5+ pounds of seafood and sausage with plenty of sides. It’s a party!

M ATTY MCMILLE N’ S IRISH PUB 2201 N.W. 150TH ST., OKC 73013 405.607.8822 | MATTYMCMILLENS.COM Cheers to the new Irish digs in town! Matty McMillen’s is in northwest OKC, and even though it’s a new building, it has a great pub atmosphere that welcomes guests of all ages and inspires memories to be made with friends and family. We might be in Oklahoma, but Matty’s proudly carries a wide variety of Irish whiskeys, scotches and beers. You’ll find classics on the menu like corned beef and cabbage, fish and chips, bangers and mash, and their Sheppard’s Pie, but also some American staples like a chicken sandwich, flatbreads and fresh salads. Of course, we definitely recommend trying the Irish food and drinks. The house cocktail menu is so creative, you’re going to want to work your way through this one (but not all during one visit, of course). This spot is unique and comforting, and their food is delicious.

K R AV E T E RIYAKI 10740 S. MAY AVE. #117, OKC 73170 405.242.2209 | FACEBOOK.COM/EATKRAVETERIYAKI Krave Teriyaki: quaint space, quaint menu, and big flavor! Krave Teriyaki is whipping up delicious Japanese food down in south Oklahoma City. They’re known for their teriyaki plates, so you can’t go wrong there. You get to choose your protein, like chicken thigh or breast, salmon, beef, shrimp, or tofu, and then select a sauce, a salad and a rice for a delicious lunch or dinner. Krave also features six different sushi rolls, a delicious fried rice bowl, tempura udon, Japanese chicken wings and more. Each dish is made with so much love and a whole lot of flavor. If you want to try a little bit of everything, opt for the Bento Box, which has a teriyaki protein, California roll, gyoza, salad, rice and miso soup – hello yumminess! This is a great quick dining spot for lunch or dinner.


SUPPORTS

GIVING FOR GOOD

AUTISM OKLAHOMA Welcome to our monthly section in which we highlight local charities and nonprofits of all kinds that are doing great things in our city. We believe change can come in all sizes and at all times. The smallest act can turn around so much for even just one person, animal or place. If we can lift up one small aspect of one life, imagine what we can all do when we come together for the greater good of the people in this amazing city. Let’s continue highlighting the Oklahoma Standard, together.

According to the Centers for Disease Control, autism affects approximately one out of every 68 BIRTHS.

Autism Oklahoma has 13 PARENT SUPPORT GROUPS.

It costs more than $8,600 EXTRA PER YEAR to educate a student with autism.

Autism is about FOUR TIMES MORE common among boys than among girls.

Autism Oklahoma started in 2002 with a passionate belief that every person with autism is unique and important. This organization strives to help individuals with autism reach their full potential, to help families thrive, and to help communities understand and embrace the differences. Autism Oklahoma is 100% dependent upon donations from individuals, corporations and public involvement. This funding helps create opportunities for those with autism, like summer camps and year-round clubs in specific interest areas, plus college, teen and adult groups as well as additional community events and social opportunities. They’re pulling out all the stops to make sure these kids across our state are supported and educated and that they don’t miss out on life’s opportunities just because of differences. All of their groups provide a safe place that is grounded in grace and kindness, where they can share experiences and challenges with other families who can relate to and support each other. Autism Oklahoma is not only helping these kids and individuals, they’re helping our state to become more aware and supportive of Autism, and once we know better, we can do better.

HERE ARE THE WAYS YOU CAN HELP DONATE

VOLUNTEER

Donate online to help provide a scholarship to camp, funding for emotional support through one-to-one mentoring, supplies for skills groups, and so much more. You can also donate items on their wish list like sensory items, art supplies, gift cards and more.

There are plenty of volunteer opportunities within Autism Oklahoma. All you have to do is fill out a volunteer application and send your interest form online and they’ll try to get you matched.

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CALENDAR OF EVENTS

SOULED OUT

10 12

Farmer's Market Edmond

LIVE MUSIC THE WEEKEND ALL STARS

OCTOBER 1

OCTOBER 6

GRANT WELLS – PIANIST

GRANT STEVENS – PIANIST

SIDECAR BARLEY & WINE BAR CHISHOLM CREEK OKLAHOMA CITY

ELECTRIC AVENUE

OCTOBER 11

SKIRVIN HILTON RED PIANO LOUNGE OKLAHOMA CITY

OCTOBER 3 DAVID MORRIS – PIANIST

SKIRVIN HILTON RED PIANO LOUNGE OKLAHOMA CITY

OCTOBER 4 ALYSSA KOZLOWSKI – PIANIST SKIRVIN HILTON RED PIANO LOUNGE OKLAHOMA CITY

THE WEEKEND ALL STARS THE LISZT OKLAHOMA CITY

OCTOBER 5 CHAD TODD BAND

SKIRVIN HILTON RED PIANO LOUNGE OKLAHOMA CITY NEWCASTLE CASINO NEWCASTLE

OCTOBER 7 VEARL TOLBERT FLINT OKLAHOMA CITY

EDGAR CRUZ

SKIRVIN HILTON PARK AVENUE GRILL OKLAHOMA CITY

OCTOBER 9 GRANT WELLS – PIANIST

SKIRVIN HILTON RED PIANO LOUNGE OKLAHOMA CITY

ROCOCO NORTH PARK OKLAHOMA CITY

OCTOBER 10

TERRY BROWN

DAVID MORRIS – PIANIST

VZD’S OKLAHOMA CITY

SKIRVIN HILTON RED PIANO LOUNGE OKLAHOMA CITY

ALYSSA KOZLOWSKI – PIANIST SKIRVIN HILTON RED PIANO LOUNGE OKLAHOMA CITY

REPLAY

THE LISZT OKLAHOMA CITY

OCTOBER 12 GARY JOHNSON – PIANIST

SUPERFREAK THE LISZT OKLAHOMA CITY

OCTOBER 13 GRANT STEVENS – PIANIST SKIRVIN HILTON RED PIANO LOUNGE OKLAHOMA CITY

STARS

NEWCASTLE CASINO NEWCASTLE

REPLAY

REMINGTON PARK OKLAHOMA CITY

SKIRVIN HILTON RED PIANO LOUNGE OKLAHOMA CITY

OCTOBER 14

SOULED OUT

NEWCASTLE CASINO NEWCASTLE

FARMER’S MARKET EDMOND

DRIVE – CHARLES SCOTT DUO NEWCASTLE CASINO NEWCASTLE

STARS

MIKE’S BAR OKLAHOMA CITY

SUPERFREAK JOE HOPPER FLINT OKLAHOMA CITY

EDGAR CRUZ

SKIRVIN HILTON PARK AVENUE GRILL OKLAHOMA CITY

JASON YOUNG BAND NEWCASTLE CASINO NEWCASTLE

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SUPERFREAK AS THE BLEND

10 26

Remington Park Oklahoma City

LIVE MUSIC DRIVE

OCTOBER 17

OCTOBER 20

OCTOBER 25

A HAWK AND A HACKSAW

411 BAND

ALYSSA KOZLOWSKI – PIANIST

NEWCASTLE CASINO NEWCASTLE

DRIVE

REPLAY

RIVERWIND CASINO NORMAN

OPOLIS NORMAN

OCTOBER 18 ALYSSA KOZLOWSKI

NEWCASTLE CASINO NEWCASTLE RIVERWIND CASINO NORMAN

SKIRVIN HILTON RED PIANO LOUNGE OKLAHOMA CITY

OCTOBER 21

DRIVE

VEARL TOLBERT

THE LISZT OKLAHOMA CITY

OCTOBER 19

FLINT OKLAHOMA CITY

EDGAR CRUZ

SKIRVIN HILTON RED PIANO LOUNGE OKLAHOMA CITY

SIDECAR BARLEY & WINE BAR CHISHOLM CREEK OKLAHOMA CITY

BRANDI RELOADED

OCTOBER 26

FLINT OKLAHOMA CITY

SKIRVIN HILTON RED PIANO LOUNGE OKLAHOMA CITY

OCTOBER 23

DRIVE

GRANT WELLS – PIANIST

CARTER SAMPSON

SOULED OUT UCO JAZZ LAB EDMOND

SKIRVIN HILTON RED PIANO LOUNGE OKLAHOMA CITY

OCTOBER 24 DAVID MORRIS – PIANIST

SKIRVIN HILTON RED PIANO LOUNGE OKLAHOMA CITY

REMINGTON PARK OKLAHOMA CITY

OCTOBER 28

TANDEM

MICKEY MANTLE’S STEAKHOUSE OKLAHOMA CITY

SUPERFREAK AS THE BLEND

THE LISZT OKLAHOMA CITY

SKIRVIN HILTON PARK AVENUE GRILL OKLAHOMA CITY

CHRISTIAN PEARSON – PIANIST

BANANA SEAT

NEWCASTLE CASINO NEWCASTLE BLUE DOOR OKLAHOMA CITY

SUPERFREAK AS THE BLEND REMINGTON PARK OKLAHOMA CITY

JOE HOPPER EDGAR CRUZ

SKIRVIN HILTON PARK AVENUE GRILL OKLAHOMA CITY

OCTOBER 31 THE WEEKEND ALL STARS SIDECAR BARLEY & WINE BAR CHISHOLM CREEK OKLAHOMA CITY

OCTOBER 27 DAN MARTIN

ANTHEM BREWING COMPANY OKLAHOMA CITY

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CALENDAR OF EVENTS

THOMAS RHETT

10 12

Chesapeake Energy Arena Oklahoma City

CONCERTS OCTOBER 6

OCTOBER 13

OCTOBER 19

REIK

YOKE LORE

TRIVIUM

OCTOBER 7

OCTOBER 14

BISHOP BRIGGS

STRYPER

DIAMOND BALLROOM OKLAHOMA CITY

TOWER THEATRE OKLAHOMA CITY

DIAMOND BALLROOM OKLAHOMA CITY

OCTOBER 11

OCTOBER 17

FATHER JOHN MISTY

CAM

THE JONES ASSEMBLY OKLAHOMA CITY

DANNY GOKEY

ROSE STATE COLLEGE HUDIBURG CHEVROLET CENTER MIDWEST CITY

TOWER THEATRE OKLAHOMA CITY

OCTOBER 18 ROD STEWART

OCTOBER 12

CHESAPEAKE ENERGY ARENA OKLAHOMA CITY

THOMAS RHETT

TIME FOR THREE

CHESAPEAKE ENERGY ARENA OKLAHOMA CITY

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89TH STREET OKLAHOMA CITY

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ARMSTRONG AUDITORIUM EDMOND

DIAMOND BALLROOM OKLAHOMA CITY

JAMEY JOHNSON RIVERWIND CASINO NORMAN

OCTOBER 28 ANDY GRAMMER THE JONES ASSEMBLY OKLAHOMA CITY


CALENDAR OF EVENTS

OSU COWBOYS VS TEXAS LONGHORNS

10 27

Boone Pickens Stadium Stillwater

SPORTS OCTOBER 6

OCTOBER 27

OCTOBER 30

OSU COWBOYS VS IOWA STATE CYCLONES

OSU COWBOYS VS TEXAS LONGHORNS

OKC THUNDER VS LOS ANGELES CLIPPERS

BOONE PICKENS STADIUM STILLWATER

OCTOBER 21

BOONE PICKENS STADIUM STILLWATER

OCTOBER 27

OKC THUNDER VS SACRAMENTO KINGS

OU SOONERS VS KANSAS STATE WILDCATS

OCTOBER 25

OCTOBER 28

OKC THUNDER VS BOSTON CELTICS

OKC THUNDER VS PHOENIX SUNS

CHESAPEAKE ENERGY ARENA OKLAHOMA CITY

CHESAPEAKE ENERGY ARENA OKLAHOMA CITY

CHESAPEAKE ENERGY ARENA OKLAHOMA CITY

GAYLORD FAMILY OKLAHOMA MEMORIAL STADIUM NORMAN

CHESAPEAKE ENERGY ARENA OKLAHOMA CITY

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CALENDAR OF EVENTS

MOVIES OCTOBER 5

OCTOBER 12

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OCTOBER 19

OCTOBER 26

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CALENDAR OF EVENTS

OKLAHOMA FALL BRIDAL SHOW

10 21

Nigh University Center Grand Ballroom Edmond

EVENTS NOW – OCTOBER 27

OCTOBER 5-21

OCTOBER 12-14

NEWCASTLE NIGHTMARE

PUMPKINVILLE

OKC LIVE TATTOO EXPO

NOW – OCTOBER 28

OCTOBER 5

OCTOBER 12-27

FRIGHTFEST

DAY OUT WITH THOMAS

GHOST THE MUSICAL

NOW – NOVEMBER 8

OCTOBER 6

OCTOBER 12

THE SANCTUARY

OKLAHOMA CZECH FESTIVAL

EDFEST

NOW – NOVEMBER 10

OKC PHILHARMONIC: WILD INDIVIDUALISM

LIVE ON THE PLAZA

900 N. PORTLAND AVE. NEWCASTLE

FRONTIER CITY OKLAHOMA CITY

12101 N. I-35 SERVICE RD. OKLAHOMA CITY

FALL FESTIVAL AT THE ORR FAMILY FARM ORR FAMILY FARM OKLAHOMA CITY

OCTOBER 4-6 OKLAHOMA’S INTERNATIONAL BLUEGRASS FESTIVAL COTTONWOOD FLATS RECREATION AREA GUTHRIE

MYRIAD BOTANICAL GARDENS OKLAHOMA CITY

OKLAHOMA RAILWAY MUSEUM OKLAHOMA CITY

YUKON CZECH HALL YUKON

CIVIC CENTER MUSIC HALL OKLAHOMA CITY

OCTOBER 7

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POLLARD THEATRE GUTHRIE

EDMOND FESTIVAL MARKET PLACE EDMOND PLAZA DISTRICT OKLAHOMA CITY

OCTOBER 12-13

GROOVEFEST

OKC PHILHARMONIC: MELINDA DOOLITTLE

OCTOBER 10-13

OCTOBER 13

MISTLETOE MARKET

WANDERLUST POP-UP SHOPS

ANDREWS PARK NORMAN

COX CONVENTION CENTER OKLAHOMA CITY 64

OKLAHOMA STATE FAIR PARK OKLAHOMA CITY

CIVIC CENTER MUSIC HALL OKLAHOMA CITY

1701 S. WESTERN AVE. OKLAHOMA CITY


CALENDAR OF EVENTS

MAGIC LANTERN CELEBRATION ON PASEO

10 28

Paseo Arts District Oklahoma City

EVENTS OU AVIATION FESTIVAL

NATIONAL WEATHER FESTIVAL

MOORE ARTS & CRAFTS FESTIVAL

STOCKYARDS STAMPEDE

MID-AMERICA STREET FEST

HEARD ON HURD

MAX WESTHEIMER AIRPORT NORMAN MOORE CENTRAL PARK MOORE TOWN CENTER PLAZA MIDWEST CITY

NATIONAL WEATHER CENTER NORMAN 1305 S. AGNEW AVE. OKLAHOMA CITY

32 N. BROADWAY AVE. EDMOND

OCTOBER 19-20

OCTOBER 20-28

STILLWATER BALLOON FESTIVAL

HAUNT THE ZOO FOR HALLOWEEN

6411 N. PERKINS RD. STILLWATER

OKLAHOMA CITY ZOO OKLAHOMA CITY

OCTOBER 19-21

OCTOBER 21

AN AFFAIR OF THE HEART

OKLAHOMA FALL BRIDAL SHOW

STATE FAIR PARK OKLAHOMA CITY

NIGH UNIVERSITY CENTER GRAND BALLROOM EDMOND

OCTOBER 26-27 OKC BALLET: ALICE IN WONDERLAND 201 N. WALKER AVE. OKLAHOMA CITY

OCTOBER 27 GYPSY GLAM ROADSHOW FALL FESTIVAL TONY’S TREE PLANTATION OKLAHOMA CITY

OCTOBER 27-28 OKLAHOMA MINERAL & GEM SHOW OKLAHOMA STATE FAIR PARK OKLAHOMA CITY

OCTOBER 28 DAY OF THE DEAD FESTIVAL PLAZA DISTRICT OKLAHOMA CITY

OCTOBER 19

OCTOBER 23-30

ART ON TAP

STORYBOOK FOREST

PASEO ARTS DISTRICT OKLAHOMA CITY

OCTOBER 20

OCTOBER 25

OCTOBER 31 – NOVEMBER 4

OKLAHOMA BOOK FESTIVAL

HAUNT THE HARN

OKLAHOMA CITY MUSEUM OF ART OKLAHOMA CITY

BOATHOUSE DISTRICT OKLAHOMA CITY

SPRING CREEK PARK, ARCADIA LAKE EDMOND

HARN HOMESTEAD MUSEUM OKLAHOMA CITY

MAGIC LANTERN CELEBRATION ON PASEO

CIRQUE DU SOLEIL: CRYSTAL COX CONVENTION CENTER OKLAHOMA CITY

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