Each monthly issue includes the area’s best calendar of family events and quality editorial that supports family relationships. Just as valuable to parents is the connection to MetroFamily advertisers who provide important local family services and products.



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In print

Each month, 29,000 copies of the magazine are distributed in Edmond, NW OKC, Nichols Hills, South OKC, Moore, Norman, Yukon and Midwest City. Over 500 distribution sites help us reach approximately 98,000 loyal print readers each month.

“I remember visiting a restaurant when we first moved to OKC and on a little magazine stand by the entrance was a copy of MetroFamily magazine. I picked it up to see what it was and was blown away! First of all, I couldn’t believe it was free, as it was so full of such great information for parents here in OKC! It became an immediate favorite resource for my family! I would never have been able to find all of those resources on my own, even if I had years to search! For the last 3 years, MetroFamily Magazine, both in print and online, has been my family’s go to for all things OKC for families. From the community events on the calendar to the service advertisements at the back, it keeps us engaged in our wonderful community. You will always find me picking up a copy any time a new one is released. I’m so thankful that I found MetroFamily Magazine!”  -Jenny Scott, local mom and avid reader

Find us at

  • all Jimmy’s Eggs locations
  • all area YMCAs
  • grocery stores

Here are some of our more-easily-found distribution locations.

Additional Information

  • THE “WHY” BEHIND METROFAMILY: Discover the driving force behind all we do.
  • HOW TO GET THE MOST FROM METROFAMILY: We work to meet the needs of local families across many platforms.
  • WHERE TO FIND A MAGAZINE: Our bigger distribution locations are listed here.
  • CONTESTS: We love bringing great prizes to our readers. Enter here.
  • DOWNLOAD OUR APP: Find our handy app, available for Apple and Android.
  • SUBSCRIBE: Find out how to have MetroFamily delivered to your mailbox each month and how to get our e-newsletters sent to your in-box.
  • LEARN HOW TO WRITE FOR US: We welcome submissions but we have guidelines here.
  • HOW TO SUBMIT AN EVENT: Learn how to submit calendar events for print and online.
  • OUR ASSOCIATIONS AND MEMBERSHIPS: MetroFamily is a proud and active member of Parenting Media Association (PMA); Oklahoma City Chamber of Commerce; Edmond Chamber of Commerce; Moore Chamber of Commerce.

Contact Us

Physical/Mailing Address
318 NW 13th Street, Suite 101
Oklahoma City, OK 73103
405-601-2081 (tel)

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Sarah Taylor
Director of Events
Marissa Raglin
Erin Page
Assistant/Digital Editor
Lindsay Cuomo
Art Director
Stacy Noakes
Project/Distribution Manager
Kirsten Holder
Office Manager
Kathy Alberty
Account Executive
Dana Price
Account Executive
Laura Beam


MetroFamily Magazine reaches out to parents and the community by providing quality events, including:

  • Cover Kids Search is our annual event where we search for kids with bright smiles and big personalities to grace our MetroFamily Magazine covers for the following year. Kids ages 2 to 12 are eligible to enter.
  • Designed for expectant parents and those with young children, Bump, Baby & More expo is an event for all things baby. Meet local service providers, shop and enjoy informative workshops.
  • Kids Fest celebrates every kind of family by bringing together the best of local parenting into one venue. This family fun event features dozens of booths offering engaging and educational activities for kids, including face painting, roaming characters, a climbing wall, door prizes and live music.
  • Geekapalooza: A STEAM Festival for Kids, hosted in conjunction with Girl Scouts Western Oklahoma, encourages kids to learn about science, technology, engineering, art and math through a variety of hands-on activities. Kid-friendly workshops about subjects like robotics, coding and geosciences are taught by market leaders.
  • The Acton Children’s Business Fair, hosted in conjunction with Girl Scouts Western Oklahoma, provides the backdrop for kid entrepreneurs to sell their products and services to the public. Kids ages 6 to 14 are encouraged to submit applications for this curated show.