Access to two full days (Monday & Tuesday) of in-person education and networking!
Choose to join us for one day either Monday or Tuesday for in-person education and networking!
Conference Registration Closes on 7/21/23
100 West Oklahoma City BoulevardOklahoma City, OK 73109
April 19, 1995, was a day like any other, until everything changed at 9:02am, when the Oklahoma City bombing killed 168 innocent people and changed countless lives forever. Through impactful exhibits and cutting-edge interactive displays, the Oklahoma
City National Memorial Museum carries you through the chronological story beginning the morning of April 19, 1995. The Oklahoma City National Memorial & Museum stands as a symbol of strength in the wake of unspeakable violence.
No matter what you choose to do at the new downtown park, you’re bound to have a good time. Scissortail Park is open from 6 am-11 pm daily, with the Children’s Park area closing at dusk. The park will feature a plethora of native prairie grasses,
lush flower gardens and tree-lined walkways, so explore all the foliage by taking a stroll through the 40-acre park. For adventure seekers, head to the boathouse on Scissortail Lake to rent pedal boats or catch a concert on the Great Lawn at the six-acre
The 175,000 square foot museum showcases state-of-the-art exhibitions in First American history, culture, and art; live public and educational programs; a family discovery center with immersive family-friendly activities; a full-service restaurant presenting
unique Native inspired cuisine; and a museum store featuring authentic one-of-a-kind hand-made items or products by premiere First American artists.
Join us for regularly-scheduled, entertaining and historically-themed narrated cruises through the heart of downtown Oklahoma City’s Bricktown entertainment district! We also feature private charters and dinner cruises. Hop aboard! Since opening
day in 1999, Bricktown Water Taxi has become one of the most popular attractions in Bricktown, Downtown Oklahoma City, and the state of Oklahoma. 2019 marked 20 years of showing tourists and locals alike the sights and sounds of Bricktown from
a unique perspective, floating down the Bricktown Canal.
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