Tag Archives: Myriad Botanical Gardens

Pumpkinville detail at the Myriad Botanical Gardens, 10-8-2014  (Mark Hancock)     more info from press release belowhttps://www.dropbox.com/sh/idau704ey1hn9q4/AADp79snd335ajh5z63wlBV-a?dl=0Pumpkinville, presented by OGE Energy Corp., Returns to Myriad Botanical Gardens Oct. 10 – 31: Opens at Noon, October 10Oklahoma City -  For the third year in a row, something fall-tastic is happening in the Children’s Garden at Myriad Botanical Gardens. Pumpkinville, presented by OGE Energy Corp., makes its return Oct. 10-31.Daily hours are 10 a.m. to 5 p.m. Sun. – Thurs. and 10 a.m. to 7 p.m. Friday and Saturday. On opening day, Friday, Oct. 10, Pumpkinville will open at noon. Admission is free for Myriad Botanical Gardens members. Nonmembers pay $5 per child and $3 per adult.

Nuggets Food Briefs: Pumpkinville, FlashBack RetroPub and National Seafood Month

Nuggets Food Briefs: Pumpkinville, FlashBack RetroPub and National Seafood Month

Pumpkinville returns to the Children’s Garden at Myriad Botanical Gardens, FlashBack RetroPub opens and October is National Seafood Month.

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Peace, Love & Goodwill Festival is Oct. 18 at Myriad Botanical Gardens

OKC’s second annual Peace, Love & Goodwill Festival benefitting Goodwill Industries of Central Oklahoma is Oct. 18.

Anthony McDermid, principal of TAP Architecture, at an exit of The Arts District Garage which he designed.  mh

TAP Architecture wins international award

The new Arts District Garage brings in an international award for TAP Architecture and gives a glimpse into the future face of OKC.

The 2015 Oklahoma City Pro-Am Classic was held last month in downtown Oklahoma City. (Provided)

News briefs: A Good Egg wins award, The Great Commitment, Myriad Botanical Gardens named finalist and more

Good Egg(s) Before he took the stage, Blair Humphreys, a board member of Plaza District Association, commented on Oklahoma City’s constant love of celebrating its success. “It’s in our DNA,” he said recently at 2015’s Urban Pioneer Awards Luncheon, an annual event celebrating the neighborhood’s renewal and honoring this year’s honorees, Keith and Heather Paul,

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OSP kicks off season with The Winter’s Tale

This season’s Oklahoma Shakespeare in the Park lineup includes The Winter’s Tale, You Never Can Tell, Wittenberg and Julius Caesar.

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