Please note, this year’s Annual General Meeting will NOT be on the second Thursday of the month, but rather the first Thursday, due to not wanting to conflict with Valentine’s Day. Our event, on February 7th, will be at Plenty Mercantile, who will also be our food sponsor.
This year’s format will be a bit different. We’ll, of course, take care of our organizational business up front. But instead of a single speaker, as we’ve traditionally done, we’ll have a full panel of guests, discussing the topic of #IDEAS4MAPS. Downtowners, this is your time to engage your civic leadership directly on this important topic!
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It was a GREAT time this month. The turnout was excellent and the venue was interesting. Thank you to all that joined us, and in particular to Downtown Oklahoma City Partnership for sponsoring our food (from Wheeze the Juice) and beverage, as well as giving us the tour.
Here is the video and pictures from our Underground adventure!
Join us to meet your downtown neighbors and visit the Underground! We’ll tour the unique art and hear the interesting backstory of one of our city’s hidden gems! We’ll meet/begin in the Leadership Square lobby before heading into the tunnels.
Very excellent talk this month by Oklahoma City historian and author Bradley Wynn this month. Make sure to watch the informative video (please consider subscribing to our channel). Thanks to all that came, especially those that bought up all of the books that Bradley brought with him. For those that attended but were not able to get a book, you can pick one up at Full Circle Books, among other places (such as Amazon). If you weren’t able to make it, you also missed out on some donated prizes, which were OKC Streetcar swag packs.
This month, City Council Ward 6 candidate JoBeth Hamon spoke to us about the issues. Here’s the video in case you were unable to make it. Apologies as there are some glitches and gaps. Thanks to our host Stella Nova for the venue and refreshments!
Join your neighbors at the newest downtown coffee shop, Stella Nova, opened just weeks ago, for our November social. Also, while still civically minded, two days after a major election, come listen to JoBeth Hamon speak about the issues she’ll stand for if elected as your Ward 6 council person.
Electric scooters are all the rage in downtown OKC currently, but there’s some public confusion on the policies for riders. If you didn’t attend our October Social, watch City of Oklahoma City Public Works Director Eric Wenger present the latest on the topic in our video (don’t forget to subscribe to our YouTube Channel!):
Get a great view of of our beautiful downtown skyline from one of the original rooftop destinations at The Montgomery! Our speaker this month will be Public Works Director, Eric Wenger, addressing the topic of electric scooters, just two days after ordinance changes are scheduled to be discussed at a City Council Meeting.