Hi everyone! What a two weeks it was. 89 degrees to 11 degrees wind chill marked the harsh change we all experienced during this year’s weather transition. I stopped by Hafer Park (my annual indicator that the season’s are really changing), and there are some golden tones showing up slowly. Next week, it should be absolutely amazing to witness, barring any crazy wind storms.
This week, I am in final production of the October November Issue, and I’m excited about the featured businesses and the people who own them, from their out of the box ideas to a coming home of sorts for one young athlete who is teaching others focus and the art of being present.
Also, I couldn’t be more excited at the over 1,000 singular nominations of local businesses we received in our ballots online since August. We will be sure to populate our City Guide with these businesses ( I thought this was the best way to do so, rather than the listings being only derived from my personal bias).
Next up will be voting polls online only, so that your favorites can be featured in the magazine throughout the year, and in the online City Guide. This process tells new residents where they should go and gives a new resident ideas of service providers they should consider, restaurants they should try, boutiques that are popular and more. Keep your eye out, as I am currently loading these polls as we speak!
UPCOMING EVENTS & HOLIDAY OPEN HOUSES
Paper Arts hosts the 3rd Annual Holiday Open House Saturday November 2, 2019 just west of Fretz at 632 W Edmond Rd, from 9 am to 4 pm with a breakfast food truck, prizes and great savings on hand!
2 Doors Down Consignment Boutique on 33rd Street at 15020 Bristol Park Boulevard is hosting their 2019 Holiday Open House Thursday November 7, 2019 from 10 am to 7 pm, with food, and a sneak peek at holiday decor!
The Edmond Ice Rink will be opening at 3 pm November 15, 2019 at Mitch Park – Visit Edmondoutdooricerink.com for individual and group pricing!
Thanks for reading, and hoping all of you have a restful weekend!
Come back shortly for another look around Edmond!