Around Town Business News
A Territorial Christmas Carol An Oklahoma Tradition runs through December 23. A Territorial Christmas Carol is a Pollard Theatre Original which never fails to delight audiences each year. This “Okie” version of Charles Dickens’ classic tale is sure to please everyone in the family. Adapted by gifted Oklahoma playwright, Steven P. Scott, the story set in the days of the Oklahoma Land Run is Pollard Theatre’s all-time bestseller. So…get your tickets early! Visit www.thepollard.org or call 282-2800 for more information.
New City Bites Location
City Bites is opening a new store at 3601 S. Broadway. This location will feature breakfast starting at 7 a.m., and offers a convenient drive-thru! Check out their fresh brewed coffee and breakfast entrees' starting at $1.99. For more information call 340-0979.
Personal Wellness Coach Makes House Calls?
Nutrifit of Oklahoma provides in-home nutrition coaching and personal training to Edmond residents. Karen Meyers is a registered dietitian, certified personal trainer and certified Wellcoach and owner of the Edmond wellness company. As a coach, Meyers helps clients achieve their fitness and nutrition goals, empowering them to take charge of their health. She also offers corporate wellness programs. Visit www.nutrifit-ok.com for more information on Nutrifit.
Fight Aging & Create Energy
A new natural, organic liquid health drink has made its way to Edmond. Through DNA testing, Univera and Oasis Life Sciences have found a way to fight aging and create energy. Taken twice daily, this drink is made with antioxidants such as blueberry, cherry and blackberries. Call 206-3406 for more information.
14th Annual Christmas Pageant
An Oklahoma tradition, the annual Majesty of Christmas at Crossings Community Church will be held in the Crossings’ Sanctuary on Sunday, December 10, at 4 p.m. and 7 p.m. This year’s theme is called “Images of Christmas.” Learn more about the concert at crossingsokc.org or by calling 755-2227. Crossings Community Church is located at 14600 N. Portland Ave.
Cowboy Museum Holiday Open House
Join the National Cowboy and Western Heritage Museum for A Night Before Christmas Museum Open House on Tuesday, December 12 from 5-8 p.m. The evening will include a special buffet at Dining on Persimmon Hill. Reservations are requested by calling 478-2250 ext. 281. The evening is free for members, $5 for non-members and $2 for children under 12.
Oklahoma native Scott Grigsby recently opened a new retail specialty store for backyard chefs called Everything Barbeque – Outfitting Backyard Chefs. This unique store carries a wide variety of grills, smokers, grilling and outdoor accessories, sauces, spices, and cookbooks. Visit the store soon located at 13833 N. May Ave.
Lil' Dudes and Divas Opens
A children’s boutique featuring everything from clothing and accessories to bedding and cribs, Lil’ Dudes and Divas is now open in Spring Creek Shopping Center at 15th & Bryant.. Shop for babies all the way to pre-teen clothing in famous lines such as: Juicy Coutoure, Da-Nang, Jo Jeans, and more.