Frugal Friday: Governor’s throwing party, you’re invited!
Join the Governor at an annual Oklahoma fall tradition this weekend.
It’s time for the 17th annual Septemberfest.
At the Governor’s Mansion enjoy horse rides, a chuck wagon cook out, a rock climbing wall and carriage rides.
The Oklahoma History Center across the street will be free Saturday as well.
There you can see the past in action with a land run, WWII reenactors and cowboys.
It’s all free Saturday from 10 a.m. – 4 p.m.
You and the family can get in on a flurry of free activities at the Oklahoma City Museum of Art Sunday.
At their free family day children can create masterpieces in hands-on activities, win door prizes and get their faces painted from noon to 5 p.m.
Also, everyone can check out their new exhibition featuring some of the greatest names in European art, “Of Heaven and Earth.”
Head to Bricktown for the first ever “Rock the Boat” festival Sunday on the canal.
Musicians on board the water taxis will be performing live up and down the canal.
You can also expect magic shows, a photo booth, face painting and games for the kids.
Shops and restaurants along the water will be offering special discounts as well.
The second annual Art in the City Festival going down this weekend in Oklahoma City.
The festival boasts entertainment and activities for the entire family through Sunday.
Expect dance performances, children’s crafts and even public art projects for the community.
The fun is free at Memorial Park.
Art in the City:
1150 N.W. 36th St.
On 36th St. between Western Ave. and Classen Blvd.
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