Neighbors Night Out is a city-wide event organized by the Neighborhood Alliance of Central Oklahoma, with participation from the Oklahoma City Police Department, Oklahoma City Fire Department, Waste Management and local Target Stores. Each neighborhood celebrates in its own way, and in 2017, thousands of OKC Metro Area citizens celebrated at over 90 Neighborhood Events. Join your downtown neighbors at the Urban Neighbors Community Garden. BYOB and/or BYOP(icnic) and get to know your neighbors!
Neighbors, this month we step just outside our boundaries to visit the historic Henry Overholser Mansion (405 NW 15th St). We’ll meet and greet with refreshments, provided by our neighborhood Homeland, in the Carriage House, hear from our guest speaker Cayla Lewis, executive director of Preservation Oklahoma, and close with a tour of the mansion. Street parking in the neighborhood is the norm for this venue.
Neighbors, please join us at one of downtown’s great communities, The Hill. We’ll gather in the “Town Hall” (418 NE 1st Street), one of the newer additions to the community, for snacks and refreshments, and to enjoy our guest speaker. Please note the address doesn’t quite line up with where we’ll be, illustrated below.
Our guest speaker will be Cristy Ksepka from the Greater Oklahoma City Convention & Visitors Bureau, explaining YOUR role in our tourism industry. Yes, you have a role! Join us to learn more!
Neighbors, please join us at downtown OKC’s coworking and meeting space, the RSC@OKC Innovation Station. We will have local beer, snacks from Caeli’s Sweets, Eats, and Bar, and our guest speaker will be the Oklahoman’s Steve Lackmeyer.
If you’d like to know more about the Innovation Station, refer to our November post, where the director gave a brief overview of the space.
Neighbors, please join us for a special, limited engagement event this month, at the OKC Streetcar Maintenance Facility. We will get a behind the scenes tour and hear from Michael Scroggins from Embark. While the city is giving us this access, we are limited to 30 attendees, so you MUST acquire a FREE ticket via Eventbrite. To ensure the maximum number of our neighbors can attend, please only get a ticket for yourself, and only if you’ll actually attend. Thank you for this consideration!
Neighbors, please join us for our March social at one of Automobile Alley’s newest establishmets, Yuzo Sushi Tapas! Our guest speaker will be John Tankard from the City of Oklahoma City Planning Department.