This month we’re trying something new, neighbors, please join us!
We will meet at the Midtown streetcar stop (across the street from Fassler Hall) at 5:30pm for those who would like to ride the Streetcar. We’ll have FREE passes for up to 30 people. We will ride all the way through Bricktown while pointing out the Downtown in December attractions as we pass them.
We will arrive at the Santa Fe stop (on Reno just before leaving Bricktown) around 6pm and walk to Scissortail Gifts. If people are running late, they can opt to meet us at Scissortail Gifts instead.
Scissortail Gifts is just under the railroad bridge next to Pinkitzel Cupcakes. They have graciously offered to host us at their place. They will be serving MIO (Made in Oklahoma) snacks from their store, as well as red wine. They have local gifts and are offering a 10% discount on all of their items for us that evening.
After socializing, shopping, and hearing from our speaker, we will get back on the streetcar around 6:45pm and ride through the beautiful Lights on Broadway display on our way back up to the Hudson streetcar stop. We will then walk to the Holiday Pop-Up Shops in Midtown to continue local shopping (optional).
Green Tree Project has an important message that aligns well with the sensibility of our downtown neighborhood. If you weren’t able to attend, please watch, and get your orders in! Sam was kind enough to provide us with a discount code (URBAN10) that’s good until Saturday, October 12th!
UPDATE: We’ll be in apartment 214 instead of the rooftop due to weather.
We had a great turnout, on a beautiful evening last year on the Montgomery rooftop, and thought we’d visit again while weather permits (we’ll be inside in the event of inclement weather). Our guest speaker this year is Samantha with Green Tree Project. If you’ve ever wished there was a more sustainable option for your Christmas Tree, you’ll want to hear her presentation!
Join us in August at one of downtown’s coolest new spots, Banquet Cinema Pub. If you haven’t watched a movie here, you’re missing out! Our guest speaker is Johnathan Teal, Director of the Downtown YMCA.
This month we got to hear about our city recycling programs from Rick Padgett with Waste Management and Jennifer McClintock with the city’s recycling program. It was very informative, though our camera placement options, and thereby the audio, weren’t great (apologies!). The Black Walnut/La Bagguette experience in Deep Deuce is generally a great one. Make sure you swing by if you weren’t able to make it and haven’t already been.
We also got a sneak peak of Chef Black’s newest, reservation only concept, Grey Sweater, opening later this year.