As Oklahomans gear up to visit lakes, rivers, pools and splash pads, the Oklahoma State Department of Health (OSDH) is providing some water safety tips. May 23-29 is National Healthy and Safe Swimming Week. Follow these helpful tips all season long to avoid recreational water illnesses.
Nick Vujicic may have been born without arms or legs, but that hasn't stopped him from being a hard-working husband, inspiring father or New York Times best-selling author.
Earlier this spring, the Parenting Media Association announced winners of its annual editorial and design competition and MetroFamily received seven awards for excellence.
A RocketLawyer survey reveals that 60 percent of Americans do not have a will. Do you have a plan for your family? What will happen to the people and possessions that you cherish if you don’t?
Look for the bare necessities in the Myriad Botanical Gardens’ Children’s Garden as we transform the area into a jungle haven for 17 days celebrating The Jungle Book!
You probably already know your donations of clothing and household items to Goodwill helps the organization raise money through their 20 retail stores in the metro and surrounding area, but attending the organization's annual Peace, Love & Goodwill Festival provides an opportunity to enrich the lives of Oklahoma City youth and have fun at the same time.
The Oklahoma Foundation for Excellence is honoring five outstanding local educators in a banquet later this month along with 100 of the state's top public high school seniors. The 30th Academic Awards Banquet will be hosted May 21 in Norman.
Rose State College has received a grant from the NSA (National Security Agency) and NSF (National Science Foundation) to host GenCyber camps in this summer. With a mix of lectures and hands-on, interactive activities, the camp will explore cyber security principles, online privacy and social media to help students, from elementary all the way up to high school, understand safe on-line behavior and increase diversity and interest in cyber-security.
Auditions for the Oklahoma Youth Orchestras 2016 Summer Symphony Strings Camp are approaching quickly. Public, private and homeschool students in grades 6-12 are invited to audition May 21-23 at the Wanda L. Bass School of Music at Oklahoma City University.
An email system aimed at improving child welfare launched this week in Oklahoma County to an excited group of church leaders and child welfare workers.