It's almost time for your kids to head out of school and back into your apartment for their extended winter break, starting December 23, 2013 at Putnam City Schools. Once they've played with all their toys, played on the playground, and driven you crazy, it might be time to get them out of the house! Here are some fun things to do with your kids over … [Read more...]
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With all of the modern luxury and comfort of your Oklahoma City apartment home, it is easy to forget about the less fortunate among us. The holiday season, however, should be all about sharing and caring, so in case you’d like to support a good cause when you shop for holiday gifts, you might want to check out a few services that support the Regional … [Read more...]
The holidays brings a terrible dilemma to Junie B. Jones when she draws the name of that horrible girl, Tattletale May, in the Secret Santa gift exchange. Should she be the girl that Santa wants her to be, or give May the gift that serves her right? Come to the Oklahoma City Theatre production of Junie B. in Jingle Bells Batman Smells to find out. From … [Read more...]
There are plenty of holiday parades in Oklahoma City for you to enjoy this year. Here are the details you need to know about the many parades that are happening this season. Ninth Annual Holiday River Parade - On November 29, 2013, you and your family can come down to the riverfront and watch as Santa arrives by boat instead of sleigh this year. There … [Read more...]
After you stuff yourself silly at an elaborate Thanksgiving dinner at your OKC apartment or at the home of your friends or family, you will probably feel full for days. Rather than head to the gym to try to work off some of the guilt you feel from overindulging, why not take it easy and enjoy some local sporting events instead? Head to the Chesapeake … [Read more...]
Veteran's Day is not too far away, and you can help show your support of our country's veterans by stopping by the 45th Infantry Museum and participating in its events and checking out the exhibits and artifacts. On Veteran's Day, there will be a patriotic ceremony to honor our country's brave men and women, which will consist of a helicopter pass-over, … [Read more...]
Going out to eat has got to be one of America's favorite pastimes, but it doesn't have to contribute to America's greatest health problem. Nearly every restaurant in Oklahoma City has options that won't contribute to obesity, if you know how to look for them. Here are a few tips to help: Drink water - Avoiding sweet drinks with your dinner can … [Read more...]
On October 26th, 2013, you can take a class presented by the Oklahoma History Center that will give you a way to better understand a unique hobby and part of history through interpreting the meaning of gravestone carving. The class, Carved in Stone, is a one-day seminar that will give you a greater understanding of the symbols and carving methods used on … [Read more...]
If you are looking for something fun to do for Halloween in Oklahoma City with your family, try the zoo! There is no need to roam the halls of Cimarron Pointe looking for candy when you can head to the Oklahoma City Zoo’s fun Halloween event. From October 26 until Halloween between 6:30 and 8:30 pm, the Oklahoma City Zoo will be hosting Haunt the Zoo … [Read more...]
Is a constant back pain bothering you? Is an injury refusing to heal? Are painkillers not working as well as intended? If so, take yoga classes in Oklahoma City. Yoga with an injury problem? Don't worry! Therapeutic yoga will heal you and effectively alleviate pain. Yoga Home of Therapeutics is offering therapeutic yoga classes, just minutes away from … [Read more...]
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Winter, between the cold weather, holidays, festive decorations, and cozy clothing, is the perfect time for both baking and crafts. Keep reading for unique and innovative apartment living tips on how to make your own cookie cutters! One way to create homemade cookie cutters is with empty soda cans, cutters, and tape. Cut your soda cans into strips, … [Read more...]
As one of the most trustworthy apartment communities in America, we know that our residents have many questions when it comes to finding a new apartment. Often, their list of questions starts off with costs and fees. These can add up, and it is important for tenants to budget for them before the bills come due each month. Most people rent their first … [Read more...]
When you live at a pet-friendly apartment that is a part of the Case & Associates community, such as The Park at Mission Hills or Canyon Ranch, you have a dog park onsite to give your pet fresh air and exercise. In addition, many of our communities are situated within walking distance or a short drive to excellent veterinarians and pet care … [Read more...]
Among the many benefits of apartment living, you never have to worry about things like property taxes and home repairs. Additionally, you never have to fret over weeds, mowing the lawn, and all those pesky chores that go into maintaining a home. You also never have to worry about fluctuating home prices and neighbors down the street complaining about the … [Read more...]
Tired of visiting all of the apartments in Corpus Christi just to find out that none of them are right for you and your family? Come have a look at Walnut Ridge Apartments! If you love sports, this is the perfect place for you. Our apartment community has a fitness center, lighted tennis courts, a swimming pool, and a racquetball court. If you prefer to … [Read more...]