Featured Location July 2022

Featured Location for July 2022: Oklahoma Music Hall of Fame

Located in Muskogee, Oklahoma, a ‘film friendly’ certified community, the Oklahoma Music Hall of Fame (OMHOF) has celebrated and recognized the state’s rich music culture since it first opened nearly 25 years ago. Currently housed in the historic Frisco Freight Depot, OMHOF features a treasure trove of Who’s Who in Oklahoma music spanning genres and artists of all kinds from Merle Haggard to Kristin Chenoweth. The location itself boasts an impressive museum, performance stage and… Continue Reading Featured Location for July 2022: Oklahoma Music Hall of Fame

Featured Location for June 2022

Featured Location for June 2022: Southwestern Lanes

Southwestern Lanes is a family owned and operated bowling alley that has served the greater part of Western Oklahoma since 2008. Located just off historic Route 66 in the newly film friendly certified community of Weatherford, Southwestern Lanes is dedicated to keeping the sport and entertainment of bowling alive in this region while striving to maintain a safe, family-friendly environment for all to enjoy. This charming, eight-lane center features a mini arcade with multiple retro… Continue Reading Featured Location for June 2022: Southwestern Lanes

Featured Location May 2022

Featured Location for May 2022: Woodward Arts Theatre

Downtown Woodward is home to one of Oklahoma’s premiere performing arts centers. Built in 1929, the Woodward Arts Theatre was originally a movie house showcasing the newest on-screen talkies. Currently operated by the Woodward Arts & Theatre Council, the facility now serves as a performance space, which hosts community plays, arts camps, renowned global entertainers, touring shows and other special events. The City of Woodward is also home to two film festivals – Twister Alley… Continue Reading Featured Location for May 2022: Woodward Arts Theatre

Featured Location April 2022

Featured Location for April 2022: Bartlesville Municipal Airport

Located within Osage County just three miles west of the downtown area, the Bartlesville Municipal Airport offers a full range of services to both transient and local businesses, including aircraft fueling, towing, hangar storage, flight crew vehicles, restrooms, passenger and flight crew lounge areas, weather and flight planning. The airport features one concrete runway, measuring 6,850 feet in length by 100 feet in width. Owned by the film friendly certified City of Bartlesville, this property… Continue Reading Featured Location for April 2022: Bartlesville Municipal Airport

Featured Location Feb 2022

Featured Location for February 2022: Not Cho Cheesecake

Not Cho Cheesecake is a quaint little bakery hidden on College Avenue in the film friendly community of Bethany, Oklahoma. Founded by 32-year-old Army combat veteran, mother and wife Shoshianna Moore, Not Cho Cheesecake is a one-of-a-kind cheesecake bakery serving up made-from-scratch treats you can’t find anywhere else. With over 30 fun flavors with colorful names like Big Mama and Tennessee Whiskey, the attention to detail goes beyond the delicious confections as the humble location… Continue Reading Featured Location for February 2022: Not Cho Cheesecake

Featured Location for January 2022

Featured Location for January 2022: 1901 Historic Rodkey House

Built in 1901 by a wealthy town family, the Rodkey House is a 1,400 square foot, two-story home that sits at the edge of a park in Downtown Edmond. A stellar example of Edwardian architectural design, the outside of the pale peach house has been restored and the interior is refurbished for use as a rental facility for special events. The house enters a parlor that has visible doorways into three other rooms. A bathroom… Continue Reading Featured Location for January 2022: 1901 Historic Rodkey House

Featured Location Dec 2021

Featured Location for December 2021: Mustang Public Schools Performing Arts Center

Located on the Mustang High School Campus, the Mustang Public Schools Performing Arts Center is a premier facility for the arts in Oklahoma. The newly constructed 65,000 square foot venue is camera-ready for filmmakers, boasting a 1,500-seat performance hall, black box theater, art gallery, spacious lobbies and instructional spaces. In addition to showcasing the school’s band, choir, theatre and visual arts programming, the world class venue will become available to rent in July 2022 providing… Continue Reading Featured Location for December 2021: Mustang Public Schools Performing Arts Center

Featured Location November 2021

Featured Location for November 2021: Sequoyah’s Cabin / Home Site

Listed on the National Register of Historic Places, Sequoyah’s Cabin in Sallisaw is an Oklahoma landmark that has been preserved to give visitors an authentic look at the life of the famous Cherokee man from centuries ago. Sequoyah, a significant figure in American history, was a well-known silversmith who was monumental in the creation of the Cherokee language. Visitors to the log cabin will experience firsthand Sequoyah’s efforts to increase literacy within the Cherokee Nation,… Continue Reading Featured Location for November 2021: Sequoyah’s Cabin / Home Site

Featured Location Oct 2021

Featured Location for October 2021: Lake Lawtonka

Located just north of the newly film friendly certified City of Lawton, Lake Lawtonka features 21 miles of shoreline and 2,398 surface acres of expansive landscapes that offer stunning views of the nearby Wichita Mountains. The lake is a prime destination for swimming, boating, water sports and bass fishing and features seven developed recreation areas, including School House Slough and Robinson Landing. Other amenities and facilities include boat and fishing docks, boat ramps, campsites, RV… Continue Reading Featured Location for October 2021: Lake Lawtonka

Featured Location Sept 2021 Foreman Prairie House

Featured Location for September 2021: Foreman Prairie House

As one of the earliest examples of the prairie style architecture made famous by renowned architect Frank Lloyd Wright, the Foreman Prairie House is referred to by many as the “crown jewel” of Duncan, Oklahoma. The house was built in 1918 by banker and pharmacist W.T. Foreman, one of the community’s most prominent citizens. After the home fell into disrepair in the 1980’s with changing ownership, a group of community members purchased the estate when… Continue Reading Featured Location for September 2021: Foreman Prairie House

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