May: Things To Do in Oklahoma City
May 14, 2015
Oklahoma City is not just a great place to live; it’s also a great place to play. This is one of the reasons we center our new home communities around the city for easy accessibility not just to work, but also to fun. May in Oklahoma City has great offerings. You can find lots of family fun from sporting events, to cowboy culture, to fine arts. Oklahoma City has it all. Sports fans from all walks of life can be satiated. Soccer fans will be out in force with Energy FC games. College Softball Fans will get their fill as Oklahoma City plays host again to the NCAA Women’s College World Series. If baseball is your game, the Oklahoma City Dodgers play 11 home games in May at Chickasaw Bricktown Ballpark. For the cowboy enthusiasts, the Redbud Spectacular Horse Show begins at the end of May. This 9-day equestrian show brings in competitors showcasing their skills in roping, riding, speed events, reining, barrel racing and more. If you just want to eat like a cowboy that is the goal of the annual Chuck Wagon Gathering & Children’s Cowboy Festival at the National Cowboy and Western Heritage Museum on Memorial Day Weekend. Enjoy authentic food, western music, and take stagecoach and covered wagon rides around the festival grounds. There are all kinds of outdoor activities for the entire family. If arts and music is your thing, the 39th annual Paseo Arts Festival also takes place Memorial Day weekend. You’ll be treated to the works of more than 80 visual artists while dozens of musicians and live performers showcase their talents on two stages throughout the weekend. But don’t worry. You won’t go hungry as the food court features a wide variety of festival treats. The variety of events in and around the city make it a great place to live and raise a family. Have fun exploring activities with the whole family.