Throughout Sunday, June 14, I live tweeted/Facebooked about about my amazing urban adventure filled day in Oklahoma City. I’ve written this post to share my recap of the day for those looking for a possible Sunday itinerary.
Sunday Hours: 11:00 am – 3:00 pm
Started off in Oklahoma City’s Midtown District at Verdigris to buy a candle. They always fun vintage and modern finds.
Nault Fine Art
Sunday Hours: Appointments Only
Revisited Nault Fine Art, which I had first stumbled upon back on Thursday, and they had already changed out their front artwork. Normally, they are not open on Sundays, but the owner just happened to be there doing some work. Though, Nault Fine Art is available for appointments if you’re interested in buying or having art apprised.
Sunday Hours: 12:00 pm – 4:00 pm
I have to say, these vintage cabana chairs at Plenty Mercantile in Automobile Alley are super neat! Plenty has artful living stuff like this and this.
Sunday Hours: 1:00 pm – 7:00 pm
Took some time for some wine at Waters Edge. For $5 each, we got to sample three wines. Belle of the Ball was my favorite.
Sunday Hours: 11:00 am – 8:00 pm
Finally got to see Exhibit C in Bricktown. Cool Native American Art and Bedré Chocolate too. The 7,500-square-foot facility houses an art gallery with authentic pieces of artwork hand-crafted by Chickasaw artists on display and for sale, with a new artist featured every four months.
Jazmo’z Bourbon St. Cafe
Sunday Hours: 11:00 am – 10:00 pm
Had the Alligator Po’boy Sub from Jazmo’z Bourbon St. Cafe in Bricktown. In case you’re wondering, alligator tastes like chewy chicken.
In the E. Reno tunnel, under the train tracks, artist Jason Pawley was working on the Cultivation Mural for the tunnel.
My day ended with the screening of a deadCENTER Film Festival movie, Welcome to Happiness, which won Best Feature at the festival. I had done a 30 Seconds With a Filmmaker video with Bay and Oliver. After the Q&A, I got pictures with Bay Dariz, Oliver Thompson, and Molly C. Quinn. I recommend seeing the movie when it releases.
Obviously, deadCENTER is a once a year thing, but Harkins Theaters is open Sundays. I found out they had a movie day care for children so parents could watch a movie without the kids. The cost was about the price of a movie ticket.
That’s a wrap for my adventure log from Sunday, June 15. Just remember, there’s always something fun to do, even on Sundays.