The holidays are here and it’s time to grab your friends and family and get into the spirit of the season! Here in Oklahoma City, there are a ton of events to get you started.
Devon Ice Rink
November 13, 2015 – January 31, 2016
Winter just wouldn’t be complete without outdoor ice skating. Grab friends and family and head over to Myriad Botanical Gardens for a day of fun. For more information about times and rates, check out their website here.
A Christmas Carol at Lyric Theatre
Opens December 2, 2015
Enjoy Charles Dickens’ classic holiday tale at the Lyric Theatre. For more information about dates and ticket prices, go here.
OKC Philharmonic Christmas Show
December 3-5, 2015
The Christmas Show is a Broadway-style holiday variety show featuring singers, dancers, and holiday music. A treat for the entire family, this is one night you won’t soon forget. For tickets and schedules, click here.
With Thanksgiving right around the corner, there’s one simple way to start decorating. Creating a fall centerpiece for your dining table or countertop can add that wonderful touch of autumn to any home.
Using a small or large pumpkin, carve out just enough space to place a small leftover tin can inside. Once you’ve cleaned the pumpkin out, use the tin can to fill with any of the following items:
- Fresh flowers
- Candy holder
- Twigs or Fall Foliage
Sometimes, you just have that craving for delicious comfort food.The next time you’re in the mood for some good old-fashioned country cooking, consider heading over to Cajun King, located right here in Oklahoma City.
If you’ve never been to this quality restaurant, then now is your chance! Cajun King serves authentic Cajun food prepared by qualified professionals. This restaurant prides itself on serving soul food with a whole lot of Cajun!
Try their dishes like Seafood Gumbo, Crawfish Etoufee, Homemade Corn Bread, or Blackened Chicken and Pasta. Whether you’re looking for your next dinner hotspot or a night out with friends and family, be sure to check out Cajun King located at 5816 NW 63rd St, Oklahoma City, OK 73122.
Maybe it’s your turn to host Thanksgiving this year or perhaps you’re just feeling festive and ready to give it a try! Thanksgiving should be a wonderful day to share time and precious moments with friends and family. When you have a small space, there are three tips to keep in mind to help ensure that everything goes smoothly and everyone has a wonderful time.
Hide the Mess
If you can, try “cleaning as you go,” which means that while you cook, you’re also doing your best to keep your space clean and dishes put away. If this doesn’t work, one way to keep dirty dishes out of sight is by placing them into the bathtub until after all your guests are gone.
Create a Buffet
If you don’t have enough room for a “sit-down” Thanksgiving dinner, then consider having dinner buffet style. You don’t need a buffet table to have enough room for all of the food. Consider using your kitchen or stove-top. Even the tiniest kitchens can be used to spread out a variety of dishes.
Rearrange your Space
When having people over, you’re going to want to create room for them to talk and mingle. Consider moving your furniture around so guests can walk through your apartment easily. Be sure to also remove accessories and leave room on flat surfaces for drinks and plates.