Shawver & Son Inc

Share: 
144 NE 44th St
Oklahoma City, OK 73105
Directions
Shawver & Son Inc
Get Listed

Premier Businesses in Oklahoma City, OK

Faith Electric Inc.
  • • Commercial & Residential
  • • Complete Electrical Services
  • • Free Estimates Available
(405) 341-0341
Website
View More Info
Reid Electric & Construction
  • • Quality Electrical Services
  • • Residential & Commercial Services
  • • Licensed, Bonded & Insured
(405) 370-0305
Directions
View More Info
J. Curry Electric Co. Inc.
  • • Electric Repair & Maintenance
  • • 24-Hour Emergency Service For All Commercial & Industrial Accounts
  • • New Construction
(405) 672-1665
Website
View More Info
Jesse Lewis Inc
  • • Commercial & Industrial Electrician Services
  • • Bucket Truck Electrical Services
  • • Scheduled Maintenance & Emergency Service For Parking Lot Lighting
(405) 605-5479
Directions Website
View More Info

Things To Do in Oklahoma City, OK

Frontier City Amusement ParkFrontier City Amusement Park

Screaming good fun is found at the Frontier City Amusement Park in Oklahoma City. Take a ride on the Silver Bullet and you'll think you've been shot from cannon as you rocket through this high speed steel looping coaster. Whet your appetite at Saddlerock Café and remember your adventure with souvenirs from Frontier Trading Company.

See more Attractions
City Civic Center Music HallCity Civic Center Music Hall

Love is in the air when you spend a romantic night at the Oklahoma City Civic Center Music Hall. Book elegant box seats and listen to acoustical superiority while watching great musicals like Oliver, Hairspray, and A Street Car Named Desire that have lulled many a lover. It's one of the best destinations for a highly acclaimed romantic rendezvous.

See more Date Ideas
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.

See more Museums
Farmers Public MarketFarmers Public Market

Spend a day at the oldest farmers market in the state, Oklahoma City Farmers Public Market. Shop the marketplace's unique blend of local vendors like the Pink Poodle for vintage apparel and Yesterday and Today for Mid-century modern furniture, record albums and Rock 'N Roll memorabilia. Be sure to check the events calendar for the next concert, boxing match or roller derby game.

See more Hidden Treasures