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Premier Businesses in Oklahoma City, OK

J. Curry Electric Co. Inc.
  • • Electric Repair & Maintenance
  • • 24-Hour Emergency Service For All Commercial & Industrial Accounts
  • • New Construction
(405) 672-1665
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Faith Electric Inc.
  • • Commercial & Residential
  • • Complete Electrical Services
  • • Free Estimates Available
(405) 341-0341
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Baker Brothers Electric, Inc.
  • • Commercial & Industrial Projects Estimates
  • • Design & Build
  • • Control Wiring, Fire Alarm Systems Wiring & Equipment Repairs
(405) 799-9994
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Electrical Service Professionals
  • • Residential, Commercial, Industrial & Oil Field Electrical Services
  • • 24/7 365 Emergency Electrical Service & Online Scheduling Available
  • • Troubleshooting & Repairs
(405) 882-4473
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Things To Do in Oklahoma City, OK

Oklahoma Shakespeare in the ParkOklahoma Shakespeare in the Park

Oklahoma Shakespeare in the Park produces bold, re-imagined, entertaining and accessible interpretations of Shakespeare and the classics and currently performs at the Myriad Botanical Gardens Water Stage and on stages throughout the city. In addition to their Outdoor Season, they are active year round producing plays, staged readings as well as working with students and teachers in exciting and engaging workshops and events.

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Oklahoma City ZooOklahoma City Zoo

Take a walk on the wild side at the Oklahoma City Zoo. Watch tigers stalk, lions sunbathe, gorillas hang out in their rain forest habitat, and explore the palatial new elephant home where you will meet half-sisters Asha and Chandra. Featuring more than 1,800 animals, the zoo is Oklahoma's number one attraction and the third most family-friendly zoo in the country.

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Red Earth MuseumRed Earth Museum

Discover the heritage of American Indian Tribes at Oklahoma City's prestigious Red Earth Museum. You'll see more than 1,400 items of tribal fine art, pottery, basketry, textiles and beadwork. During your visit, make sure to ask about the annual Red Earth Festival. The event brings together over 1,200 American Indian artists and dancers from throughout North America to produce one of the most interesting cultural events in the state.

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National Cowboy & Western Heritage MuseumNational Cowboy & Western Heritage Museum

Cowboys and Indians take center stage at The National Cowboy & Western Heritage Museum. Tour the American Cowboy Gallery, Children's Cowboy Corral, the American Rodeo Gallery, and the 14,000 square foot authentic Western town, Prosperity Junction where you'll experience western life. Be sure to visit the museum store, botanical garden, and restaurant before you leave.

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