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3 Fun Ways to Fight Summer Slide

There are tons of things parents can do to ensure kids stay on track with academics during the summer months. Here are three fun ideas.

Places to Find Cool Treats in OKC

From ice cream and frozen custard to snow cones and shave ice, here are 18 places to find cool treats in the Oklahoma City metro.

OKC Summer Bucket List

Whatever you do, make sure to make time for these five iconic Oklahoma City summer experiences.
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2017 Independence Day Fun Guide

Ready to celebrate the 4th of July? Check this list of fireworks displays, festivals, parades and other celebrations!

50 Things to Do This Summer under $5

As many parents know too well, entertaining little ones can get expensive. We've got you covered with this list of 50 exciting summer ideas all under $5.

2017 Summer Guides

All our best summer resources in one convenient place! Find great places to swim, catch a summer concert, buy fresh produce, attend a festival and more.

Editor's Picks: Top Spots for Summer Movies

Oklahoma City is bursting at the seams with opportunities for summer fun and a family favorite is watching a movie together.

10 Reasons to Celebrate Independence in Edmond

The festivities include 10 family-friendly events kicking off on June 24 with a Car Show and ending July 4 with the grand finale fireworks.

Dog Days of Summer

More than 189 canine breeds from all over the country will take over the Bennett Event Center at State Fair Park for the Summer Classic Series later this month, a Westminster-style American Kennel Club confirmation show.
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Art, kids and community: Kehinde Wiley in Oklahoma City

Art, kids and community: Kehinde Wiley in Oklahoma City

The art is beautiful for art's sake. I don't know, though, how a family could see the exhibition and not have some follow-up conversations about people of color, their role in art, history and society and why we don't see more portraits that feature people who look like the ones depicted.

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Raising a Reader

All three of my boys have a voracious appetite for reading, and although I can’t claim to have some magic, fail-proof formula for you, I’d love to share some of my tips and techniques on raising kids who love to read!
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Foster Organizations Join Forces for School Supplies Drive

Circle of Care and Citizens Caring for Children are combining resources this year in their back-to-school efforts to provide more supplies to more foster children. The supplies drives will benefit hundreds of local kids.

Head Start Enrollment: What You Need to Know

Head Start and Early Head Start are federal programs that promote school readiness of children from birth to age 5 from low-income families by enhancing their cognitive, social and emotional development.

Positive Samples of West Nile Virus Carrying Mosquitoes Found

Oklahoma City-County Health Department (OCCHD) public health protection experts confirm several samples of mosquitoes tested positive for carrying West Nile Virus.

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