Do you love Hot Wheels cars? If you have fond memories of playing with these little cars as a kid or have kids who enjoy them now, you may enjoy checking out the Greater OKC Hot Wheels Association Show N Sale. The next show is on March 13. You’ll find over 40 venders selling and displaying their amazing Hot Wheels. While you’ll find plenty of new toys to buy, you’ll also have the chance to see some of the older Hot Wheels. Collectors will find themselves resisting the urge to drop a good amount of money on the truly old and hard to find cars.
Entries from February 2010
I had always liked the look of the building on the corner of 10th and Walker. The streets do something weird here (who knows what the city planner was thinking), and they split off in a V shape. The building between the two streets actually gets wider as it goes back, making it look really interesting. Above this building, which had been empty for quite a while, were huge letters spelling out “Plaza Court.” I hadn’t been down by the Plaza Court building in a while, but a group of friends invited me to go with them to McNellie’s. I’d never heard of it before, and I was surprised to find my unique building was now home to a pub.
There’s more to do in Oklahoma City on St. Patrick’s Day than just wear green and go around pinching those who don’t, although some people certainly enjoy the pinching! If you’re in OKC the week of March 13th through 17th, you’ll find a number of different events going on related to St. Patrick’s Day. Here are just a few of them.
Ready for the wearing of the green on St. Patrick’s Day? OKC has several events going on to celebrate! We’ve also got some other great activities in March, so if you’re going to be around Oklahoma City this month, you might want to check them out.
March 1 – WWE Monday Night Raw at the Ford Center
March 1 – 27 – Function and Design art exhibit at [Artspace] at Untitled
March 1 – May 9 – The Guitar: Art, Artists, and Artisans exhibit at the National Cowboy Museum
March 1 – April 11 – New Frontiers exhibit at the OKC Museum of Art