October 23-30 Storybook Forest
Kids and their parents are invited to walk through the not-so-scary Storybook Forest to collect candy from Storybook characters and see wonderful Storybook scenes. A hayride, game area, and a campfire setting where you can roast marshmallows or warm up with some hot chocolate while listening to children's books being read are included. All vehicles not purchasing a child's ticket will be charged an entry fee. Time: 5:30pm - 8:30pm Price: $8 per child (Mon-Thur), $10 per child (Fri-Sun) Location: Arcadia Lake Extra Info: 405-216-7471 or www.arcadialakeok.com
Edmond has become known across the country for its
extensive collection of public art - statues, murals,
stained glass, steel sculptures and more - scattered
throughout the city and downtown. While some pieces
have been acquired by the City, it is the people of
Edmond themselves who have become swept up with personally
putting these fine works of art in front of their homes
and businesses for all to enjoy.
We've come across a new video that does a terrific job of presenting the public art of Edmond. Enjoy!
Convention and Visitors Bureau Office Location:
1030 S. Bryant Mailing: PO Box 2970, Edmond, OK 73083
Phone: (405) 341-4344 .. Fax: (405) 216-7783
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