Citizen's Bank of Edmond kicks off it's 2020 Heard on Hurd season with its first ever virtual Heard on Hurd!

This past weekend, the Edmond and surrounding communities came together for the season finale event of Citizens Bank of Edmond’s Heard on Hurd with one of the largest attendances

Lulu and Lo’s on Broadway stays open during every Heard on Hurd, seeing a busy stream of foot traffic at each event!

of the season.

The local festival is a hit for all of the community and continues to grow each season. Because of the support of the community, so many local businesses have thrived.

“Heard on Hurd has been an incredible community experience for us”, said Heather Brehm, owner of Wicked Hangry. “We’ve been a part of HOH since 2015 & we have been blessed to watch the event grow under the amazing support and enthusiasm from Citizens Bank & everyone…including the adorable fur babies, that come out to enjoy it”.

Festival goers thoroughly enjoyed the stage lineup which included local talent Ben Brock, stepmom and J + The Bishops who rocked the stage and filled the streets. Kids and adults of

Cafe Evoke holds their 3rd Annual Cornhole Competition during the Heard on Hurd Season Finale!

all ages enjoyed crafting glow-in-the-dark slime to raise money for the Ida Freeman PTO, strategically battling on the inflatable Spartan Wars laser tag course and tossing bags for the 3rd annual cornhole tournament hosted by Café Evoke.

The dedicated theme for October’s event was “Keep it Local”. Numerous businesses located in downtown Edmond stayed open late and offered special deals and discounts along with the mobile vendors.

“As a mother-daughter small business, Heard on Hurd is a chance for us to spend time together. Our whole family comes out to help setup and enjoy the evening”, said Lauren Bieri, co-owner of Sand Rose Soap Co. “We feel a strong connection to the community as we source local ingredients, produce and sell our products all here in Edmond. My favorite part of being a vendor is telling our story and seeing fellow Okies get excited when they see our Oklahoma-shaped soaps”.

The October event also marked the ceremonious lighting of the Citizens Bank of Edmond Christmas lights. It is our annual tradition to light our Christmas lights for the last Heard on Hurd and keep them on until the first event of the new season in March.

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Hi! I am Sherri Hultner and I am the founder of EdmondActive. I started EdmondActive July 13, 2009 on Facebook as a way to bring all information about all of Edmond into one place, then started Around Edmond blog here at the site July 24, 2009 as a way of starting the conversation as to what is happening around our town. I have been a publisher of local zines, a glossy 80 page magazine distributed at a extremely high sell through on national newsstands of over 30% and EdmondActive Magazine for the last 23 years! I have been married for 31 years, have adult sons whom I am very proud of and have been a dog mom to 4 labs, 1 shepard lab, and a golden retriever.  EdmondActive print magazine was first published in November 2009 as a way to bring social media information into the outside world and is secondary to our social networks of over 35,000 residents in Edmond and OKC. The magazine starts its 13th volume in 2021, and I am grateful to have a great readership after all of these years.