April’s To-Dos in the 405
Find what’s happening in your neighborhood this month
Spring is here and not a moment too soon; frankly, it could have showed up a month in advance and we would’ve welcomed it as an old friend. With the weather warming and hopes high for a potential return to normalcy around the corner, we compiled a list of to-dos in the 405. If you have any suggestions for May’s events, please email them at email@example.com.
There aren’t many reasons nowadays to board a vintage train en route to an egg hunt, so why not take advantage of this special occasion while it lasts? On April 3, people of all ages who visit the Oklahoma Railway Museum can experience the Easter Train and Egg Hunt – a wide range of activities including mini golf, scavenger hunts and more, all a train trip away! For more information, click on the Oklahoma Railway Museum’s website.
T.G.I.F. at the Paseo
Every first Friday of the month, the Paseo Arts District of Oklahoma City becomes host to a multitude of entertainment and artistic expression in their First Fridays on the Paseo. From 6 p.m. to 9 p.m., spectators will see the culmination of than 80 artists in 22 galleries, 10 restaurants, rotating food trucks, and a handful of locally-owned shops – all within walking distance. Click on the Paseo Arts District website to learn more.
The Music of Queen
If you know the words to Queen’s “Bohemian Rhapsody” by heart after more than 40 years, then a trip to the Civic Center Music Hall is a must. The Windborne Music music group is set to perform The Music of Queen – a celebration of the rock band’s iconic and everlasting impression on music. For tickets and further information, please visit the Civic Center’s website.
Fieldworks: Beyond Measure
Have you had the opportunity to visit the Oklahoma Contemporary Arts Center exhibition Fieldworks: Beyond Measure yet? You still have time, two weeks to be precise, to see this diverse collection of objects, photographs, and more from project collaborators Todd Stewart and Robert Bailey. To learn more about this temporary exhibit, click on the Oklahoma Contemporary Arts Center website.