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OKC Zoo invites kids to particpate in the annual art contest

OKC Zoo invites kids to particpate in the annual art contest

15th annual contest encourages K-12 students to show their vision of a “A Future for Pollinators.”
Inaugural Change the World Contest open to Oklahoma Students

Inaugural Change the World Contest open to Oklahoma Students

Students in pre-K through sixth grade are encouraged to enter by submitting an original video, poem, essay or drawing describing how they will change the world after college.

Archive »Exploring Oklahoma

Near & Far: Bird Watching Two Ways This Winter

Near & Far: Bird Watching Two Ways This Winter

Winter is often thought of as a time many animals are tucked into their homes staying warm. But in Oklahoma, winter brings 800-2,000 eagles to the Sooner State for migration according to the Oklahoma Tourism & Recreation Department.
Staycation Ideas for Parents in OKC

Staycation Ideas for Parents in OKC

Tried-and-true options for a staycation in two hot Oklahoma City districts: Film Row and Midtown.

Archive »Family News

OKC Zoo invites kids to particpate in the annual art contest

OKC Zoo invites kids to particpate in the annual art contest

15th annual contest encourages K-12 students to show their vision of a “A Future for Pollinators.”
OKC Mom Food Tips: A Rainbow of Foods

OKC Mom Food Tips: A Rainbow of Foods

Functional foods are simply foods that may provide a health benefit beyond basic nutrition.
Inaugural Change the World Contest open to Oklahoma Students

Inaugural Change the World Contest open to Oklahoma Students

Students in pre-K through sixth grade are encouraged to enter by submitting an original video, poem, essay or drawing describing how they will change the world after college.
Girls Who Create: Meet the Students of OKC Girls Art School

Girls Who Create: Meet the Students of OKC Girls Art School

“The biggest lesson I’ve learned is to never underestimate what kids can do,” she said. “If you give them the opportunity and the freedom, they can do amazing things.”
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