Looking for fun things to do this Independence Day in Oklahoma City? Check out some of these festivities happening Fourth of July weekend near your apartment!
Red, White, and Boom
Bring the entire family down to the State Fair Park on Friday, July 3rd for a free concert followed by a spectacular fireworks display. The Oklahoma City Philharmonic performance will begin at 8:30 pm followed by fireworks at 10 pm. This is one event that is sure to be memorable so bring your blankets and lawn chairs to claim your spot! Admission is free.
Celebrate America’s pastime with a good old-fashioned baseball game this 4th of July. Buy tickets and head out to Bricktown Ballpark to watch the OKC Dodgers play against the Omaha Storm Chasers at 7:05 pm. There will also be a fireworks display after the game! Ticket prices vary.
Picking out the perfect gift for that special man in your life isn’t always easy. Luckily, we’ve got a few ideas we think he’ll enjoy.
If He’s a Binge-Watcher
If he loves his television shows, then let him watch his favorites with ease! Chromecast, Roku, and AmazonFire all offer streaming devices that allow users to access Hulu, Netflix, and more!
If He Likes to Relax
Give him a gift he’ll really enjoy and let him relax in style in the backyard or front porch this summer with a new hammock. There are a variety of styles out there for any budget and for all kinds of Dads.
Looking for something fun to do with Dad this upcoming Father’s Day? There are plenty of events happening in Oklahoma City that are sure to make his special day a memorable one!
If he’s a baseball fan, take him out to Bricktown Ballpark for a Dodgers ball game this Father’s Day weekend and let him cheer on his home team! Cost: Tickets starting at $8.
Blues & BBQ Festival
Take Dad on down to Bricktown for live music and delicious food! The 20th Annual Bricktown Blues & BBQ Festival will be held on Friday, June 19th and Saturday, June 20th. Cost of Attendance: Free. All Ages.
Switch it up this year and take Dad on a safari to the zoo! Dads get in free on Father’s Day, June 21 with any paid admission. Cost: $8 for Adults, $5 for Seniors and Children Ages 3-11.
Are you looking for ways to hang your art up without damaging your walls? Here are some great tips on how to decorate your walls without damaging them!
3m Command Strips:
These are magic! And they can hang up anything straight! You can also cut them in half if your artwork is a bit smaller.
These are made specifically to hang up plates, which are a trend that we are seeing more often.
Poster Putty is typically used to hang posters, but I love using a small but you can use them on frames and art so they don’t move or bump against the wall.