News - Central Oklahoma Frontier Country


Central Oklahoma's Event Calendar February-March 2010 Now Available

CENTRAL OKLAHOMA – Check out Jason Peters’ Anti.Gravity.Material.Light. exhibit at the Oklahoma City Museum of Art Feb. 1-April 28. For the exhibition, New York-based Peters has created sculptural installations specifically for presentation in the museum's galleries. The physicality of Peters' work is reinforced by a large-scale presence and use of ready-made objects. See for more information.

Frontier Country Marketing Meeting: “You’re the Expert”

OKLAHOMA CITY– Frontier Country Marketing Association will hold its monthly “Hour With an Expert” marketing meeting 10 a.m. Jan. 28 at the Oklahoma City Zoo in the Tree House located at 2101 NE 50th St. in Oklahoma City’s Adventure District. This month members are invited to share their marketing and advertising ideas and learn some new tips.

Free 2010 Travel Guide Available for Central Oklahoma

CENTRAL OKLAHOMA – Frontier Country Marketing Association introduces its brand-new, regional travel guide to assist travelers and locals in discovering unique tourism attractions and destinations throughout the 12 central counties of Oklahoma.

Central Oklahoma's Event Calendar January-February 2010 Now Available

CENTRAL OKLAHOMA – Check out “Darwin at the Museum” and “Drawing the Motmot: An Artist’s View of Tropical Nature” at the Sam Noble Oklahoma Museum of Natural History through Jan. 18. See field sketches, paintings and commentary of nature artist Deborah Kaspari and a complete set of first-editions of Darwin’s works. See for more information.

Central Oklahoma's Event Calendar December 2009-January 2010 Now Available

CENTRAL OKLAHOMA – Experience Downtown in December Nov. 27 through Jan. 3 in downtown Oklahoma City. Go snow tubing down the nation's largest manmade slope or go ice skating at an outdoor rink. Plus take a free water taxi excursion along the winding Bricktown Canal or Oklahoma River cruise. See an array of museums for free, a magically-lit botanical garden and historic avenue and much more. See for more information.