She may still be in high school, but that hasn't stopped Heritage Hall senior Vivian Armitage from writing a book about dorm living.
Attention single moms! Mark your calendars for a special celebration hosted in Oklahoma City just for you. The 12th Annual Survive 'N' Thrive Single Mothers’ Conference hosted by Arise Ministries is scheduled for June 24 & 25 at Crossings Community Church (14600 N. Portland Ave.).
Brain Balance Achievement Centers of Oklahoma City understands the pain and frustration of watching your child struggle with learning or behavioral issues.
Your family doesn’t have to miss out on life due to allergies and asthma. Dr. Amy Darter of Oklahoma Institute of Allergy and Asthma knows this first hand.
Think a minute about a woman who has made a difference in your life. Does the thought bring a smile to your face? Whether it's your mother, a teacher, a mentor, a sister or someone you've never even met, we all can think of a special woman who's inspired us.
Ever wonder what it’s really like to kayak down an Olympic-style slalom course? OKC-area families will soon have the opportunity to find out! The grand opening of the much-anticipated RIVERSPORT Rapids attraction is set for May 7 and 8. As part of the MAPS 3 sales tax initiative, Oklahoma City has a brand new whitewater rafting and kayaking center, one of only a few like it in the world.
Parenting is hard! I can remember quite frequently in the beginning of motherhood wishing for a manual. In the midst of a battle with a “threenager” or during a sibling squabble, it can be hard to know the right thing to do to return peace and order to the home.
On the surface, summer camp is a fun getaway for kids to help fill the time during a school break. But on a deeper level, it's so much more. We talked to experts from some of our favorite local camps about the benefits of sending kids to summer camp.
Local mentoring program Whiz Kids is celebrating its 21st anniversary by recognizing some incredible Oklahoma City volunteers. Whiz Kids is a faith-based, one-on-one volunteer tutoring and mentoring program that focuses on first-through sixth-grade students who live in areas that have some of the highest drop-out rates and lowest socioeconomic levels in Oklahoma City.
Parents often avoid museums fearing that kids will be disorderly or disengaged. OKCMOA has created experiences intended for even the smallest guests.