Join HubBub & Take One Improv (www.takeoneimprov.com) throughout the month of March for rounds and rounds of award-winning hilarity.
Every Thursday, 7:30p.m. sharp, at District House in Plaza District, Take One slays funny bones with their fast-paced short-form games, followed by HubBub Improv playing quick long-form scenes, based on real-life stories from Audience Alley.
$5 entry. Food and beverage available for purchase.
Do you feel overwhelmed or intimidated by social media marketing for your business?
Are you unsure where to get started or how to keep your social media strategy going long enough to make a difference?
Are you skeptical that social media is even a profitable road to take for your business?
Learn everything you ever wanted to know about social media for business in this exclusive educational seminar for business owners. Presented by Anna Wickham, founder of digital marketing education membership community Influence School, this seminar will help you catch up to speed with the fast-moving world of social media marketing.
9am - 9:15 - Welcome and Plaza District Intro
9:15 - 10:00 - Social media boot camp part 1
10:00 - 10:15 - Break
10:15 - 11:00 - Social media boot camp part 2
11:00 - 11:10 - Break
11:10 - 11:40 - Business owner panel
11:40 - 12 - Q & A
About the speaker:
Anna Wickham is a digital marketing caoch and founder of digital marketing membership community, Influence School. She has spoken around the country and the world helping businesses and individuals alike discover the potential of online mediums such as social media marketing and email marketing to attract attention and customers. Event attendees have described Anna's events as energetic, fun, engaging, and informative.
Momentum is back with two nights of ART, LIVE MUSIC, and tons of surprises. This dynamic and unique event works with Oklahoma artists ages 30 and younger in an exhibition created specifically for them, helping them gain experience and meet new audiences. Attendees encounter film, performance, new media, installation, music and more!
Momentum OKC 2017
16th Anniversary on 16th Street
March 24-25, 2017
Graphite // District House // The Venue
Plaza District // OKC
Featuring Spotlight Artists: Lisandro Boccacci, Krystle Brewer, Summer Zah
A survey selection of some of the most cutting-edge art in Oklahoma.
Curator: Kate Van Steenhuyse
Emerging Curator: Kyle Cohlmia
Mission: Supporting Oklahoma’s visual arts and artists and their power to enrich communities.
Register here: http://ovac-ok.org/programs/momentum/
Join us as we celebrate our accomplishments from 2016 and look ahead to what to expect in 2017! This is your chance to hear from new business owners and Plaza District stakeholders.
Featured speakers include:
Cayla Lewis, Plaza District Association Executive Director
Meg Salyer, Ward 6 Councilwoman
Jason Dunnington, HD 88 State Representative
Jeff and Aimee Struble, 180 Development
Mindy Magers, The Pritchard
Rachel Cope, 84 Hospitality Group
Kyle Hix, Rough Hand Collective
Lindsey Harkness, DNA Galleries
Kris Kanaly, Plaza Walls
Joey Morris, Hungry Town Concepts
Angela Hodgkinson, Reference Point
Ben Sellers, Developer
Jim Reynolds, Lyric Theatre of Oklahoma
Ben Childers, Anthem Brewing Company
Must be a current Friend of the Plaza to attend.
Not a Friend of the Plaza? Signup/Renew Here: www.plazadistrict.org/fop
Friends of the Plaza is presented by Fowler Automotive.
Milk Moms meets tonight (and every Monday) from 6pm-7:30pm at Thrive Mama Collective in the Plaza District: 1745 NW 16th St. Whether you're currently breastfeeding or pregnant, back to work or staying home, new to parenthood or a seasoned pro; join us for support, troubleshooting, an evening play date and/or adult conversation. Partners, family, friends and siblings are always welcome!
Planning an event and unsure of exactly what to do? Veteran event-planner that needs a refresher course?
ASSASSINS is a groundbreaking musical with music and lyrics by Stephen Sondheim. This fictional portrayal of the men and women who attempted (successfully or not) to assassinate Presidents of the United States explores why the issues that drove these people to commit horrific crimes still affect Americans today. The music varies to reflect the popular music of the eras depicted.
Show runs through February 26th.
Contains adult content.
We're excited to present a special Plaza Beer Walk, as we band together to celebrate the official launch of Stone Brewing in Oklahoma! As always, a portion of the featured beer sales will be donated to a local school. Gatewood Elementary is our recipient for this night.
Founded by Greg Koch and Steve Wagner in 1996, San Diego-based Stone Brewing is the 10th largest craft brewer in the United States, and has been called the “All-time Top Brewery on Planet Earth” by BeerAdvocatemagazine. The multifaceted company is the first American craft brewer to independently build, own and operate their own brewery in Europe, and also opened a third production brewery in Richmond, Virginia in 2016. Known for its bold, flavorful and largely hop-centric beers, Stone has earned a reputation for brewing outstanding, unique beers while maintaining an unwavering commitment to sustainability, business ethics, philanthropy and the art of brewing.
The Plaza Beer Walk will be the first of several statewide events celebrating the official launch, featuring an impressive lineup of special-release beers and Stone representatives at each location.
“Thanks to the folks who have asked for us to arrive, we’re excited to finally make Stone beers available in Oklahoma,” said Stone VP of Sales Todd Karnig. “With Stone Brewing Richmond now open, we’re able to get more fresh beer to our fans. We’re happy that Oklahoma can be a part of our expansion and that we can be a part of its vibrant craft beer scene.”
The beer list and release times for next Monday's event will be:
Empire Slice House, 5:00 - Stone IPA
The Mule, 6:00 - Ruination Double IPA
Oak & Ore, 7:00 - Arrogant Bastard
Saints, 8:00 - Delicious IPA
Saints will be the stop for collecting glassware, and Stone will have one of their representatives on hand at each stop. See you there!
Please join us Sunday, February 5th from 11am - 3pm for our Valentine's Day Jewelry Trunk Show featuring OKC artisans Erin Marshall Merryweather, Amanda Bradway, and Debbie Chambers.
Erin Merryweather creates clean, modern jewelry with a minimalist aesthetic. She uses a delicate mix of hand-shaped and hammered fine metals of sterling silver, 14k gold-fill and rose gold, vintage beads, natural stones, pearls, and crystals.
Amanda Bradway specializes in bold statement pieces, using quartz crystals, pyrite, druzy, peacock ore, ammonites, and an assortment of other natural stones. Many of these stones are mined by Amanda in or near Oklahoma!
Debbie Chambers hand stamps custom messages on stainless steel rings and necklaces. Perfect for names, initials, anniversaries or special dates, or romantic messages. The possibilities are endless!
In addition, we are also offering tea from House of Vuu and sweet treats from Sara Sara Cupcakes!
Let us help you pick the perfect Valentine's Day gift for that special someone!
Every 1st Saturday, District House will be hosting a Story Time for moms to mingle and little ones to enjoy a story and craft. Free of charge.
Babywearing International educators will teach you how to make babywearing in cold weather easier! The library and babywearing basics help will be available as always.
Our comprehensive CLOTH DIAPER 101 class is perfect for beginners and those wanting to know more about cloth diapering. At our class you receive hands-on instruction with each type of reusable diaper. Learn about the different types of diapers, different kinds of fabrics, and pros and cons of each. Learn best washing practices for the Oklahoma City metro and surrounding areas based on years of experience with our water conditions. Learn what to use (and not use) on your diapers for best results. Our guidance will help you determine what type of diaper(s) may be best for your individual situation. Cost $20 per family **The Changing Table has been teaching cloth diapering classes in Oklahoma City since 2009. Your class will be taught by a cloth diaper expert.**
After a refreshing Holiday Hiatus, we’re happy to be back – and we’re bringing a new friend! Twisted Spike Brewery is OKC’s latest craft beer power player, and just opened their doors a few weeks ago in Automobile Alley. If you haven’t heard of them or tried their brews yet, next Wednesday is the time to remedy that. Owner Bruce Sanchez has spent years perfecting his recipes (and winning awards), and we’ll be pouring his creations for you all night!
Remember, a portion of all Twisted Spike purchases from the evening will be donated to Gatewood Elementary school, and we’ll also have donation boxes for school supplies, so bring a mighty thirst and plenty of copy paper!
The Oklahoma Craft Beer Summit is the only industry event that serves professional brewers, home brewers, and the general public. A social event with 200+ attendees enjoying craft brews together, promotes fellowship and encourages learning in the Sooner State.
The summit was originally designed to attract the attention of Oklahoma lawmakers in hopes of advancing legal changes to the beer industry. With the recent passage of Oklahoma Senate Bill 424, brewers across the state are now able to serve all beers, both low- and high-point, directly to the public.
8:45AM - REGISTRATION OPENS
10AM - BREAKOUT SESSIONS
Brew Tru Demonstration
10:45AM - BREAKFAST BEER TASTING
11AM MORNING SESSION
Keynote Speaker TBD
12:30PM - BREAKOUT SESSIONS
How To Start a Brewery
Craft Beer Evolution From Bar to Retail
Maintaining A Barrel Aging Program
1:15PM - SOURS & SAISONS TASTING
1:30PM - BREAKOUT SESSIONS
Alternative Brewing Methods - Wild Fermentation & Kettle Aging
2:15PM - AFTERNOON SESSION
A Post 424 Oklahoma: The Future Of Taprooms
3:15PM - SEASONALS, STOUTS & SNACKS
3:30PM - STATE OF THE BREWNION
Join The Pritchard Wine Bar for a wild night out on New Year's Eve! Please call us at 405.601.4067 to reserve your table. We'll be featuring veal osso bucco with creamy polenta and deals on plenty of bubbly!
Get ready for:
Vietti Moscato d’Asti, Piedmont, Italy 2015
Mercat Brut, Cava, Spain NV
Lucien Albrecht Brut Rosé, Alsace, France NV
Raventós i Blanc, Catalonia, Spain 2013
Grower Champagne will also be available.
We're excited to announce our 6x6 on 16th Group Art Show! During December's LIVE on the Plaza and the Thursday night before, work by artists of all skillsets done on 6in x 6in canvas will be available fpr viewing and for sale at District House.
Wanting to submit artwork for the show? Here's what you need to know -
- All artwork submitted to the 6x6 on 16th Group Art Show must be available for sale.
- Artwork must be 6 inches by 6 inches and may be any media.
- 2D work must be ready to hang.
- By submitting your work to the 6x6 on 16th Group Art Show, you agree to donate 50% of proceeds from each sold piece to Plaza District Association, PDA will return all unsold artwork. Artists may also choose to donate 100% of the proceeds to the PDA.
- PDA reserves the right to use images of work submitted on our website and in any advertising associated with this exhibition.
Hand-delivered work may be dropped off Friday, December 2 from 9am to 5pm. To schedule a delivery time prior to this, please contact email@example.com. All work must be delivered before 5pm on December 2.
Unsold artwork may be picked up Tuesday, December 13 from 9am to 5pm. To schedule a delivery time after this, please contact firstname.lastname@example.org. All unsold work must be picked up before 5pm on December 20
December 2 - Deadline for artwork delivery to Plaza District office, 1618 N Gatewood, office open 9am-5pm
December 8 – Thursday Art Walk, art exhibit opens
December 9 – “Holiday” LIVE on the Plaza, art exhibit on display, 7pm-11pm at The Venue, 1757 NW 16th
December 13 – 9am-5pm Unsold and sold artwork available for pickup
December 20 – Deadline for artwork pickup, 5pm
For more information, contact Cayla Lewis, email@example.com, 405-367-9403.
Oklahoma's favorite holiday tradition is in a brand new production. Experience Scrooge's magical journey as it is brought to life with a stunning new set sparkling new costumes!
Get your tickets below!
Join us for our 6th annual Friends of the Plaza Pub Crawl on November 29th from 6:30-9:30pm! To join in on the fun all you need is $15 and a current Friends of the Plaza membership.
Upon sign up, you will join a team that you will travel with for the evening. Each team will consist of 8 people. Please check in with your team at District House by 6:30pm! Upon checking in, you will receive 4 drink tickets and will be given a specific route to take for the pub crawl. The Pub Crawl will end at The Pritchard and the brave are invited to continue the evenings adventures long past 9:30pm. The deadline to sign up is Friday, November 4th.
We encourage teams to dress up! The team with the best costumes will recieve a prize.
Sign up here:
This event is for Friends of the Plaza only. You can become an FOP today by signing up here: http://www.plazadistrict.org/fop/
We are in need of volunteers! If you would like to help collect drink tickets and get a few of free drinks while doing it, sign up here:www.SignUpGenius.com/go/20F054BABA92FA6F85-20162
We'll close out our November #Brunchiversary events with a slow burner! thespyfm.com's Orange Bus will be here all morning live broadcasting The Toaster Brunch Sunday morning show, with host E Roy TB curating the best in ska, reggae, dub, and 2-tone.
While you're nodding your head to that goodness, satiate your munchies with some delicious brunch and grab a drink. COOP Ale Works will be offering up the coffee version of their newest batch of Gran Sport Porter, along with a few other excellent brews.
Free bacon and a coffee mug? Sure thing! Just show up decked out in your finest '70s attire, and order a featured COOP beer, and they're yours!
Shop local this holiday season! Here are some deals you can take advantage of this weekend in the Plaza District.
• Bad Granny's Bazaar - Open 1pm-5pm
• The Changing Table - Open 10am-6pm. Everything buy 5, get 1 free
• Collected Thread - Open 10am-7pm. 20% off storewide, Annual Garage Sale
• DNA Galleries - Open 10am-9pm. 10% off storewide
• Folk.Life - Open 12pm-9pm. 10% off with Keep it Local card
• Out on a Limb - Open 11:30am-7pm. 10% off storewide
• Tree and Leaf - 40% off 11am-12pm, 35% off 12pm-1pm, 30% off 1pm-2pm, 25% off 2pm-3pm, 20% off 3pm-4pm, 10% off 4pm-close ; free gift with purchase for Keep It Local cardholders
--SHOP SMALL SATURDAY--
• Bad Granny's Bazaar - Open 12pm-7pm
• Bison Shop - Open 11am-8pm. "Happy Alleydays" kickoff event with Snow S'mores
• The Changing Table - Open 10am-6pm. Scratch off cards for 5%-40% off goods, $50 gift certificate drawing
• Collected Thread - Open 10am-7pm. 20% off storewide, Annual Garage Sale
• DNA Galleries - Open 10am-9pm. 10% off storewide, extra 5% off with your Keep it Local card
• Folk.Life - Open 11am-9pm. 10% off with Keep it Local purchase, free tin ornament with purchase of $10 or more
• Iron Masters - Open 11am-7pm. 10% off all retail items
• Kasum Contemporary - Open 11:30am-7:30pm
• Maldoror House - 11am-7pm, Half off incense, free tote bag with purchase of $20 or more
• Out on a Limb - Open 11:30am-7pm. 16% off storewide, gift card drawings
• Paint N' Cheers - 2 for 1 Special online at paintncheers.com
• Tree and Leaf - 15% off all day, free gift purchase for Keep It Local cardholders, "Shop Small Cookout" out front at 11am
• Reference Point - Open 11am-8pm
Saturday, November 19th, 2016 from 9:30am to 11:30am
at The Barn
1601 North Blackwelder Avenue,
The Plaza District,
Oklahoma City, OK 73106
Our FREE Workshop will help you learn:
- What do I need to do to buy a home?
- Do I qualify?
- What do I need to do to get the money for a home?
- What should I be looking for in a home?
- The Homebuying Process
- What do I need to do after I buy a home?
Open to members and nonmembers.
Space is limited to the first 40 people. Brunch snacks will be provided.
Live Model Figure Drawing Session
Open Figure Drawing Session (Limited Seating). Participants should not arrive any earlier than 7:00 pm and try to arrive no later than 7:40 pm the evening of the figure session. If you arrive once the doors have been locked, please just knock on the door to be let in. Participants must contribute $5.00 (Cash Only) towards the cost of the live model. Artists are encouraged to BYOB or a beverage you can share. Seating will be available at the gallery. Artists are required to bring their own supplies (Paper, charcoal, graphite, kneadable eraser, etc.) The drawing sessions will be held at Kasum Contemporary Fine Art, 1706 NW 16th Street, Oklahoma City, OK 73106, in the Plaza District. If you have questions please call the gallery at 405.818.2174.
Drawing Session Schedule:
7:30-7:45 - Set Up
7:45-8:00 - Gestural Drawings
8:00-8:45 - Long Pose
8:45-9:00 - Break
9:00-9:45 - Long Pose
Kasum Contemporary Fine Art reserves the right to remove any participant from the gallery for any behavior not befitting an adult; no explanations required. This open figure drawing session is intended for adult artists with serious focus and intention.
Come celebrate seven years with us!
As usual, our birthday would not be complete without cake, giveaways, and special promotions.
Whether you've been with us from the beginning or are recent to The Changing Table "family", we would love to celebrate with you!
During our party, ThriveMama Collective will also be celebrating it's one year anniversary with an informal open house and fun giveaways. This is also the perfect opportunity to meet the members of ThriveMama Collective. https://www.facebook.com/events/353700384970864/
Come celebrate one year in business with us! We've loved watching your families thrive over the last year. Thank you!
We will have cake and giveaways for attendees. PLUS, the first 50 attendees get some FREE amazing gift bags!
During our party, we will also be hosting an informal open house! This is for you if you want more information about our collective mission, members or services!
Our retail partner, The Changing Table will also be celebrating their Birthday with special promotions! See their event details here:https://www.facebook.com/
Help us welcome fall with Sweet Treats from Cuppies and Joe and Holey Rollers, New Fall Scented candles giveaway, Crafts for the Kiddos, and New Fall goodies in the shop!!
Art Sunday and Studdabudda are hosting the 5th Annual Halloween Block Party with music by They Act Human. lots of candy, and much more!
This will be our 3rd annual Day of the Dead Festival here in the Plaza District organized and sponsored by local Plaza businesses folk.life ,Bomb Shelter , and Dig It . Thanks to an additional sponsorship by the Plaza District Business committee we will also be able to grow our fest a little and move the parade to one lane of the street and add a few more vendors, activities and ofrendas ! Last year was fantastic with over 6000 people in attendance so we look forward to another great year! We will have art, dancing, music, activities (for kids and adults) , vendors, food, group art show and our annual La Catrina Procession and more ! Check out our facebook fan page to stay updated as we continue to finish up all the planning and organizing and we will post updates on this page as we get closer.
Come explore the incredible homes of Gatewood Historic District during the Gatewood Home Tour on October 30th from Noon to 5:00PM.
Ticket prices: $12 in advance $15 the day of.
Tickets can be purchased online via Event Bright https://www.eventbrite.com/e/gatewood-historic-district-home-and-garden-tour-2016-tickets-27130028646?utm-medium=discovery&utm-campaign=social&utm-content=attendeeshare&aff=escb&utm-source=cp&utm-term=listing or in person at 23rd Street Antique Mall - 3023 NW 23rd ST and RetrOKC - 1708 NW 16th ST
Here’s a speak peak at the homes on Gatewood’s 20th Anniversary Home and Garden Tour:
House: Janet and Scott Seefeldt - 1828 N. Indiana
Built in 1930, this stunning two-story Colonial Revival house was featured in the original Gatewood Home and Garden Tour 20 years ago. On a corner lot, the arched portico, Tuscan columns, and historic brickwork of this house have been lovingly restored. Owners: Janet and Scott Seefeldt
House: Christina Giacona and Patrick Conlon -1917 NW 21st ST
Built in 1926, this Tudor Revival house features a large arched window leading into a barrel ceilinged living room, newly renovated kitchen, and original flooring. Owners: Christina Giacona and Patrick Conlon
House: Neila Crank-Clements and Dave Clements - 2117 N. Gatewood
Built in 1928, this one story French Eclectic brick house features a charming half-octagon porch with keyhole opening, a gorgeously renovated kitchen, and backyard pergola. Owners: Neila Crank-Clements and Dave Clements
House: Sarahbeth Hance - 1811 Carey Place
Built in 1936, this Carey Place two-story garage apartment is indicative of the stucco, Spanish style housing created in the unique Carey Place Addition. Occupant: Sarahbeth Hance
Plaza AirBnB: Jeff and Aimee Struble - 1612 N. Gatewood - a project by 180 Residential Group, Inc.
This fun and funky new AirBnB is a converted office in the heart of the popular Plaza District. Owned by Jeff and Aimee Struble of 180 Residential Group, this adorable space showcases the spirit of revitalization in this burgeoning commercial district.
Garden: Randy and Sandra Cassimus - 1901 NW 17th - Garden staged by Calvert’s Plant Interiors Inc.