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Restaurants in Oklahoma City Open on Christmas 2022
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405area has new update 1 day ago Get in the holiday spirit with Downtown in December
It’s the most wonderful time of the year and with it comes holiday parties, gift exchanges and lots of opportunities to get into the Christmas spirit with the Downtown in December events, many of which are free. Downtown in December presented by Devon began in 2002 with only a handful of activities and now includes more than 30 events and attractions.From enjoying the Lights on Broadway on Dec. 10 to the Holiday Pop-ups in Midtown to RIVERSPORT’s Winter Glow events, there’s something for all ages. The OKC Streetcar is also offering free rides every weekend until Jan. 1 so you can park and easily travel around downtown.The Devon Ice Rink has become a yearly tradition at the Myriad Botanical Gardens, and you won’t want to miss it this year. While you’re there, you can visit the newly remodeled Crystal Bridge Conservatory and take a walk through the light displays outside.Factory Obscura’s Annual March of the Trees, Scissortail Lights Chanukah Celebration and Arts Councils OKC’s Opening Night are all happening in December as well. With so many great events and activities, the kids and in-laws will have plenty to keep them busy.Visit the Downtown in December website to learn more.
405area has new update 1 day ago Celebrate Dewey Decimal System Day at the Metropolitan Library
He’s most likely not a person you think about every single day but the impact he had on how we find books at our local libraries is still ongoing today and on Dec. 10, you can celebrate Melvil Dewey and his revolutionary system with Dewey Decimal System Day. An American librarian and self-declared reformer, Dewey created the classification system in 1873 while working at the Amherst College library.The first edition of the Dewey Decimal Classification, its official name, was published in 1876 and was 44 pages in length with 2,000 index entries. When the system was published, most libraries only allowed the most privileged guests access to the stacks, so books were assigned a fixed position on the shelf based on their height and date of acquisition. Dewey’s system was more widely adopted in the early 20th century as libraries saw the importance of patrons having access to stacks themselves and how relative positioning organized the books better, and there’s no better way to celebrate Dewey’s innovation by visiting your local library.The Metropolitan Library System has 19 libraries across Oklahoma County making them easily accessible for you and your family. Along with checking out books from one of their locations, you can also download and stream eBooks, audiobooks, movies, television, music, magazines and podcasts. The library also holds events for all ages including story time for the littles, book clubs organized by genre and age, and take-home kits that provide you with all the supplies for a craft or science experiment to do at home.There’s so much more to discover at your local library and celebrating Dewey Decimal Day is a great way to find out for yourself. For more information and to find the closest library to you, visit the Metropolitan Library’s website.
405area has new update 1 day ago The Uncontested Podcast: Postgame #24: Thunder Win Third Consecutive, Knock off Hawks
In the second contest of the five-game road trip, Shai Gilgeous-Alexander leads the Thunder to a third-straight win, this time against the Atlanta Hawks. They’re now just two games below .500 on the season. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit
405area has new update 1 day ago Carly Atchison chides “elitist” college-educated teachers…
Late last week, Janelle Stecklein with CNHI Oklahoma filed a report about the efforts of Oklahoma lawmakers to allow people without college degrees to teach in Oklahoma classrooms – a key component of the legislature’s 2021 “Make Oklahoma Even Dumber” Act.  Via the Enid News Eagle: In response to Oklahoma’s continued teacher shortage, lawmakers passed […] The post Carly Atchison chides “elitist” college-educated teachers… appeared first on The Lost Ogle.
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Make Holiday Hosting Easy With These Top-Ranked Caterers in Oklahoma
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Wednesday Specials in Oklahoma City

86 East 15th Street, Edmond OK, 73013
Guys $5 drown
Ladies free from 9-12:30
Jazmoz Bourbon Street Cafe
100 E California Ave, Oklahoma City OK, 73104
Happy Hour 3pm-6pm

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