The movie-going experience in Oklahoma City has been kicked up a notch. While Tinsel Town theater is nice and Harkens has a huge movie screen, neither is as luxurious as the Warren Theater in the Oklahoma City suburb of Moore. In fact, it may now be the second thing Moore is known for (the first being the biggest tornado magnet in the state—Moore has been wiped off the map more times than any other place in Oklahoma!).
Entries from October 2008
Weddings in Oklahoma can be all out affairs or they can be small, intimate gatherings. Just like weddings in other states, there is a wide variety of style, themes, colors, and locations. However, Oklahoma has a few unique places to hold your wedding, and we sometimes have some unique ideas as to how to decorate, too.
I just wanted to remind everyone (as if you can’t go a day without hearing about it) that election day is coming up in Oklahoma. If you haven’t registered and live in the state, you need to get your paperwork turned in as soon as possible. If you’ll be in Oklahoma on business or vacation and want to vote, you’ll need to request an absentee ballot in your home state. You’ll need to do this soon, too.
Love crafts? Love craft shows? Looking for some amazing homemade gifts for birthdays, weddings, and Christmas? Then you won’t want to miss An Affair of the Heart, aka AAOTH, one of the largest craft and art shows in Oklahoma. You’ll find lots of booths with crafts, including some by bloggers such as sewcuteandcraftye at the show. Affair of the Heart Oklahoma City runs October 24, 25, and 26 event at the Oklahoma City Fairgrounds, and it’s $6.00 for admission to all three days of the show. If you want to know about the history of the biggest craft show in Oklahoma City, where this year you’ll also find Raggedy Ann Dollys, check out my earlier blog post on the event.