Deer Creek, Ok -- At the Corner of Lots of Things To Do

February 22, 2018

Northbrook, Ideal’s newest neighborhood, sits just about a mile north of the Kilpatrick Turnpike on N. Rockwell, where Oklahoma City and Edmond link up, a location that puts all the metro’s major attractions within an easy 20-minute drive. All of them offer great events that appeal to all age groups. Just for the fun of it, families enjoy the always popular Frontier City, Arcadia Lake, the Lazy E Arena, Bricktown and the OKC Zoo. Arts Lovers won’t want to miss Armstrong Auditorium, the Oklahoma City Philharmonic and the Oklahoma City Museum of Art, as well as the UCO Jazz Lab and the museums and theaters at UCO, Oklahoma Christian University, Oklahoma City University and OCCC. And for a better understanding of our common culture, visit the National Cowboy & Western Heritage Museum, Oklahoma City National Memorial and Museum and all the attractions along Scenic Route 66. For a treasure trove of information about things to do in Oklahoma City and Edmond, check out: Oklahoma City Visitors Guide Edmond Visitors Guide You really won’t want to miss these upcoming Events. Free Movie Nights in the Parkat Mitch Park at 7pm, Starts April 13 with Ferdinand. The movies are free. Concessions are just $1. Edmond Farmer’s Market kicks off its 2018 season on April 14. Featuring locally grown produce and Made In Oklahoma food, the Market is open from 8 a.m. – 1 p.m., Saturdays through mid-October, except for Arts Festival weekend. You’ll find the Market at Festival Marketplace and Plaza, on the first street west of Broadway in Downtown Edmond. Kickingbird Golf Club Demo Day, April 14 from 10 a.m. – 2 p.m. at Kickingbird. All the major club manufacturers will show off the latest golf club technology at this free event. 40th Annual Downtown Edmond Arts Festival – May 4-6 on Broadway, north of Second St. Features more than 100 artists, as well live entertainment, including a Saturday night concert by Matt Stansbury and the Romance. Family fun things include face painting, inflatables and a children’s art tent. LibertyFest 2018 – the metro’s don’t-miss 4th of July celebration, begins with events on June 30 and runs through July 4. Festivities include a Car Show, Miss LibertyFest Pageant, Kite Fest, A Taste of Edmond, Road Rally, ParkFest at UCO and the LibertyFest Parade through Downtown Edmond – and it’s all capped off with Fireworks at UCO,
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