Whether you are seeking enrichment, new skills or just some great fall fun, the following venues in the OKC metro area are offering great opportunities for your child during the upcoming break.
Are you planning fall adventures for your family? Looking for fun trick-or-treat events? Seeking the perfect pumpkin patch? Our 2013 Fall Festivals and Events List provides information about great events going on in the OKC metro area.
Ready to shop on Tax-Free Weekend but wondering how exactly tax-free shopping works? Here are the rules and regs that a savvy shopper needs to know.
The OKC metro offers many programs to help children and adults with special needs get into the game and participate in a wide variety of activities.
Children, families and groups are invited to participate in MetroFamily's LemonAID for Tornado Recovery project during the weekend of July 26-28, 2013. To participate, interested individuals or groups will host a lemonade stand in their neighborhood, place of employment or local business during this designated weekend, with proceeds going to Feed the Children’s Oklahoma Tornado Disaster Relief Fund.
Volunteering as a family is an excellent way to spend time together, benefit the community and teach your children about the importance of giving to others and lending a hand.
Are you new to the Oklahoma City area? Visiting our great state for the first time? Entertaining friends or family from out-of-state? We are happy to welcome you to our great state!
New to OKC, or visiting for the first time? Here are 15 of our readers favorite family-friendly venues, plus links to our money-saving Kids Pass coupons to help you save big while you have a great time exploring our incredible city.
Looking for places to cool down this summer? We polled our readers for their favorite places to swim and get wet in the OKC metro, and we are pleased to provide this guide to popular splash pads, public pools and lakes around the metro—and beyond!
Featuring 100+ tips for the 100 days of summer, this summer survival guide will help your family have more fun in the OKC metro area (and spend less money) this summer.