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October 18
Edmond Historic Cemetery Tours
Learn about the history of Edmond and take a tour of the Gracelawn Cemetery where many founding fathers of the city are buried. Tour guides dressed in late 1800's and early 1900's period costumes tell the stories of Edmond's Founding Fathers.
Time: 4pm-7pm
Price: $7.00
Location: Gracelawn Cemetery, Edmond
Extra Info: Tickets can be purchased for $7 at Silver Leaf Gems in Downtown Edmond beginning September 15. Make plans now as this event will have limited dates and sells out quickly. 405-285-9700 www.edmondhistoricpreservationtrust.com

 

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Shopping

Shopping has never been more fun (or easier). Come Experience Edmond's Uniquely Excellent Stores! Are you looking for a special gift? Maybe you're searching for something unique for that special someone who has everything or fashionable clothing for you and your family? Edmond has a store to meet your every shopping need.

Boulevard Plaza, Boulevard Village
& Market Place - Can be found on the corners of 33rd & Boulevard. This shopping area features a Christian bookstore, travel agency, music store, electronics, Scottish bakery/deli, craft materials, furniture and accessories, beauty supply, hair salon, several restaurants, elegant home d‚cor and gifts galore!

Bryant Square - Located on the Southeast corner of Bryant & 2nd Street. This shopping area boasts many restaurants including Asian and American, great clothing, jewelry, electronics, bath and home treasures, furniture, a fitness center, pool supplies and more.

Danforth Square - Located at Danforth and Kelly. This is a fantastic spot for craft supplies, athletic gear, restaurants, and family fun.

Downtown Edmond - Located on Broadway from 2nd Street and continues north to Thatcher. Come and enjoy sophisticated shopping in a nostalgically picturesque setting with services to accommodate almost any need.

This vibrant area features gourmet coffee and several unique dining establishments, rare antiques, art galleries, clothing, framing, jewelry, collectible dolls, a travel agency, unusual home accessories, golf equipment, furniture, sewing supplies, western apparel, nail & hair salons
and barbers as well.

Eagle Crest - Located at Memorial and Bryant. This shopping center features groceries, videos and music, pet care, a liquor store, convenience stores and car washes.

Edmond Center - Located at 15th and Broadway. This area features specialty coffee, cellular phone services, office supplies, flowers and several restaurants.

Edmond Crossing, Edmond Exchange, Market Depot & Broadway South - Located at 33rd and Broadway. This shopping Mecca features convenient shopping for those in search of health food/supplements, clothing, sewing supplies, antiques, musical instruments, numerous restaurants ranging from sushi and burgers to buffalo wings and a gourmet deli, express eye care, child care, furniture, and elegant home decor.

Edmond Plaza Shopping District - Located on the southeast corner
of 15th & Broadway stretching east to Boulevard. This is a great shopping area featuring shoes, 3 salons, party supplies, children's gymnastics, art & framing, health foods, a weight loss center and women's fitness club, collectible sports cards, ethnic restaurants, an emergency care clinic, musical instruments, a gourmet food store and an abundance of wines & elixirs.

Homestead Shopping Center - located at the NW corner of Danforth and Santa Fe. Featuring restaurants like a sports bar with wings, a sub sandwich deli, delightful freshly baked and decorated cookies, or pick up a catered meal. You can find wonderful travel clothing and custom floral designs and gifts, pamper yourself with a manicure and pedicure, and don’t forget to get your pool supplies and accessories. Other services offered are dental care, 24 hour gym, Karate and zumba lessons, a weight loss center, insurance, nanny or tutor service and a pharmacy.


Kelly West - Located at Edmond Road (2nd Street) & Kelly. You're sure to find what you need if you're looking for a travel agent, painting supplies, plumbing materials, books, sporting goods, scrap book supplies, bargain store, vacuums, rental furniture, batting cages, cellular phones, or a famous "Steak Sandwich Supreme".

Kickingbird Square - Located on the northwest corner of Boulevard and Danforth. This is a great area for finding books, dining out, fine jewelry, clothing, unique gifts and invitations, health foods, a florist, travel agency, liquor store, pet care and a cinema.

North Oaks - Located at the intersection of Danforth & Kelly.
This shopping center features restaurants, tanning, hardware, electronics, custom cosmetics & bath items, comics, cleaners,
and pet supplies.

Oak Brook, Willow Creek & The Trails - Located at Santa Fe & Edmond Road. You're sure to score some points shopping here for gifts, pet supplies, various restaurants, Mary Engelbreit collections, handmade soaps, and even "The Ultimate Cheesecake".

Oxford Pointe - Located on 2nd Street to the east of Bryant Square. Give them a try if you're in need of a travel agency, want to send a package or browse a fun bookstore.

Santa Fe Square - Located on the southwest corner of 15th & Santa Fe. This is the place for gifts, videos, groceries, framing and fine art, a variety of restaurants and more.

Spring Creek - Located on the northeast corner of 15th and Bryant.
This beautiful new shopping district features several upscale clothing
stores (like Chico's, Jos. A. Banks, Kokopelli's, Lord & Taylor and Talbots), eclectic jewelry, gourmet sandwiches, a meat market, unique kitchen accessories, high-end furniture, a salon & spa and tasteful gifts.

University Plaza and University Village - Located at of 2nd and Bryant. This shopping area offers Target Super Center, Lowe's home improvement, party supplies, home decorating, Wal Mart Neighborhood grocery and restaurants just to name a few.

 



 
 
Edmond Convention and Visitors Bureau
Office Location: 1030 S. Bryant
Mailing: PO Box 2970, Edmond, OK 73083
Phone: (405) 341-4344 .. Fax: (405) 216-7783
email: visitorinfo@visitedmondok.com

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