The Railyard is located on 1st Street just west of Broadway, across the street from the Festival Marketplace in Downtown Edmond
Monday night’s Mike Morgan proclaimed “inland hurricane” was nothing to ignore. We all certainly got lucky with this storm.

         Hi everyone! Hoping all of you had a great first week back to school and are getting your schedule dialed in. This week started off with …. an inland hurricane?! I was super scared of what could’ve happened Monday night but then Mike Morgan at KFOR dropped this new term out there and made me finally laugh… So sorry for all of you who lost and still don’t have power, been there and done that, and it’s no fun.

ShopEdmond News

A couple of notes, Citizen’s Bank of Edmond will be closed Monday for Labor Day, and Botanical Bar has changed their Saturday hours to 10-2 pm! Also, Edmond Wine Shop’s Vodka sale ends Saturday as well as their Sauvignon Blanc Sale.

Also, mark your calendar’s as The Body Barre at Danforth & Santa Fe is holding trainer certification training in October! Check out our Instagram page for more information.

And, Botanical Bar has set the date for their Fall Floral Arrangement Class on September 12, 2019! Be sure to register ahead of time!

Emory Anne Interiors is a full service design firm offering on site and in store design services, with traditional and unique modern furniture, accessories, personal and gift items for everyone on your gift giving list. Bridal Registry available, delivery for a fee, and free gift wrap! Located at 150th & Santa Fe next door to their sister floral boutique, Botanical Bar. Hours: M-F 10-6 Saturday’s 10-5

Nominate your Favorite Community Businesses until October 18th, with voting starting October 19th!

Ever since 2013, I have wanted to create a city guide for local residents, whether affluent or not, and whether new residents or long time Edmonites. We have all kinds of “Best of” lists around the metro, but none that appear to be based on community input but rather sales tools.

Click here to nominate your favorite businesses in and around Edmond, so that we can populate the EA City Guide with your choices, and then come back to vote for your favorites from October 19, 2019 to December 31, 2019!

Edmond Railyard’s 1st Restaurant, Hottwings, debuts Thursday 8/29/19

If you’ve been following along with our Instagram account, you know that the Edmond Railyard is about to open! Tomorrow, Thursday August

The Wrenn Family proudly debuts their newest restaurant concept, Hottwings, Thursday 8/19/19 at 4 pm, as the first restaurant to open in the new Edmond Railyard at 1st just west of Broadway

29, the owner of Eddies is debuting Hottwings as the first restaurant to open.

Not meant to be a sports bar, Hottwings is sure to be a fun night out designed especially with local women in mind to just hang out with their friends!

You’ll be able to enjoy not only Eddies famous chicken wings but numerous signature cocktails starting at 4 pm tomorrow! Located at 1st just west of Broadway. Kudos to Kellie of ModernWhimsy for the amazing interior design work.

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Edmond Railyard Outdoor Mural Complete

The new mural is up at the Edmond Railyard, by Kris Kanaly and Dylan Bradway and has made a drab wall under the newly renovated patio area come to life in a colorful display of all that makes Edmond unique. I loved the photos shared with us taken by Downtown Edmond’s Small Architects! This space will be a wonderful place for our community to gather! The Edmond Railyard is being developed by another Downtown Edmond business, The Grant Group. You can check out the mural on 1st Street, just west of Broadway in the old lumberyard space.

Thanks to Small Architects for sharing this amazing photo when the Edmond Railyard mural by Kris Kanaly and Dylan Bradway was finished!

 

Edmond Fine Arts Institute 4th Annual OK Ale Trail September 29th

RUNNERS, BEER ENTHUSIASTS, and ANYONE WHO LIKES TO HAVE FUN, it’s time for the 4th Annual OK Ale Trail!

This 3-mile fun run in Downtown Edmond, on September 29th at 3:00 pm, features beers provided by The Patriarch Craft Beer House and local Oklahoma breweries including Coop Ale Works, Anthem Brewing, and Roughtail Brewing.  Runners may choose to participate in the “Ale Trail Challenge”, which requires running a lap and drinking a beer (3 laps, 3 beers), or runners and walkers are welcome to enjoy the three complimentary beers at their leisure. Prizes will be awarded to the top three male and female “Ale Trail Challenge” winners, plus awards for the most creative costumes will be presented immediately following the race.

Packet pick up for the  OK Ale Trail begins at 1:00 pm, on Sunday, September 29 at The Patriarch Craft Beer House, located at 9 E. Edwards, Edmond, OK. Entry fee is $40 a person which includes a 2019 OK Ale Trail souvenir beer mug (price increases to $45 after September 7).  In addition to three complimentary craft beers and souvenir beer mug, great food and live bands will be on site for runners, families, and spectators to enjoy. All ages are welcome to run the race, but beer run participants must be 21 and over with a valid ID. Early online registration is recommended at EdmondFineArts.com. Walk up registration will be available on race day.

Thanks for stopping by and check back next Monday for the start of our daily dose of Around Edmond! If you are interested in having an event or business featured, send me a message at Facebook, Instagram or Twitter @Edmondactive!

Have an amazing long weekend everyone,

Sherri

 

 

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