Looking for something a little different than the usual steak, seafood, or lobster? Then you’ll want to try Rococo’s, an East coast restaurant that features some very different entrees. Oh, sure, you can get a burger, fettuccine alfredo, or a chicken salad, but you can also try things like Prince Edward Island mussels, Long Island duck, or the roast rack of Colorado lamb.
Entries from April 2008
Tags: Only in OKC
Every four years, something spectacular happens: athletes from around the world gather together for the summer Olympic games. The 2008 games are being held in Beijing, China, but before the team members of the United States canoe/kayak sprint team can reach the podium, they have to make one more stop: Oklahoma City.
The weekend of April 18, 19, and 20 will see 100 canoe/kayak flatwater sprint paddlers assemble at the Oklahoma City boathouse to compete against each other in heats held on the Oklahoma River. The top paddlers will earn themselves a spot on the United States canoe/kayak flatwater sprint team and the opportunity to compete for the gold in Beijing.
April 12 – MS Walk at the Oklahoma City Zoo.
April 13 – the Harlem Globetrotters perform at the Ford Center.
April 14 through December 31 – Reporting Terrorism exhibit opens at the Oklahoma City National Museum.
April 15 – Bon Jovi performs at the Ford Center.
April 15 – Baseball game: OKC RedHawks verses the Round Rock Express at the AT&T Bricktown Ballpark.
April 18 through April 20 – The Three Musketeers performed by Ballet Oklahoma at the Civic Center Music Hall.
April 19 – Day of Remembrance at the Oklahoma City National Memorial.