On Friday night, August 11th, at Ludivine, our very own Monty Elder will be making the Midnight Toast. Please join us, neighbors!
Join your neighbors as we visit one of Midtown OKC’s early hot spots, Louie’s Midtown! This month’s speaker is from Positive Tomorrows, educating our members about their mission ahead of next month’s 10th Birthday Party and Charity Event.
Thanks to those that joined us at Twisted Spike last night, we had a good turnout. Bruce and Donna Sanchez, owners, were our first speakers, and told the story of how they came to be. Watch the video here:
Join your neighbors as we visit downtown’s newest neighborhood bar, the Manhattan, located “under the raven” (210 Park Avenue, Suite 150) in the central business district. Complimentary refreshments and cash bar will be provided. Our speaker this month will be Kelley Barnes from the Oklahoma City Community Foundation.
We had an excellent turnout at the May social, nearly 30 people! Thanks to all that came, but in particular thanks to our speakers. Anna Mains, owner of Dekora, talked about her vision and the origins of the Dekora brand. It was very informative! Watch the video below.
If you’d like to get more involved with getting involved, find OKC Volunteers on Facebook and Twitter, but most importantly, subscribe to their mailing list to get updates on volunteering opportunities near you!
Join your neighbors as we visit DEKORA! sushi bar (200 S. Oklahoma, Suite 130), a full service bar equipped with a beautiful patio that overlooks the Bricktown canal. No Raw in the name, but Sushi is still their game! Come check out the bold new look! Complimentary refreshments & cash bar will be provided.
Today, Urban Neighbors representatives attended an Embark public listening session about the transit agency’s efforts to simplify its fare system in the lead up to the implementation of the streetcar, now under construction in our downtown neighborhoods. If you didn’t have a chance to attend one of the sessions, please consider taking this brief fare study survey. Even if you aren’t presently a transit user (though you should be), odds are in the next few years you will be, so this public input could directly impact you!
Looking for an Earth Day learning activity for your child? Then please register for the Urban Barefoot Gardeners Program, A Children’s Gardening Drop-in Workshop, taking place at our community garden this Saturday! Kids can get their hands dirty, learn about urban gardening, composting, and plant their own tomato seedling to take home! This is a free event, but spots are limited, so please register! The event has been made possible by the ARC Foundation.
Join your neighbors at the April social, as we explore a diversity of arts and culture at Exhibit C, a Bricktown art gallery and retail space showcasing the work of Native American artists, Chickasaw culture, and of course, Bedre chocolate. Complimentary refreshments will be provided.