Scheduled Tours and Events
Use the convention/reunion registration form to sign up for any of these tours* and the Saturday evening banquet
THURSDAY TOURS/EVENTS, Oct 5
"Intersection of Faith and Leadership"
Chaplain: Ed Broestl
Time: 8 AM – 10 AM
Location: Joyner Room
Menu: Chilled Orange and Cranberry Juices, Fluffy Scrambled Eggs, Sausage, & Crispy Bacon; Cinnamon French Toast with Warm Maple Syrup--Strawberry and Blueberry Fruit Toppings; Breakfast Potatoes; Seasonal Fresh Fruit Tray; Assorted Breakfast Breads & Muffins; Creamery Butter & Fruit Preserves; Freshly Brewed Coffees & Gourmet Teas
*Tinker AFB Tour
12:30 PM – 4 PM
AWACS, AF Flight Standards Agency,
38th CEIG Mission Brief
Tours Tentatively Scheduled.
More information at a later date.
Reservations required via registration form
Bus Transportation provided
Cost: None, but sign up on registration form
Details: To be announced
FRIDAY TOURS/EVENTS, Oct 6
*41st Annual Gen Farman Golf Tournament
John Conrad Regional Golf Course
Cost per player: $55 (includes green fee and cart;
light lunch is included)
Golf Club rental is limited but club sharing is permitted
Car pools will leave the Hotel lobby at 7 AM.
Shotgun start at 8:30 AM.
If you are willing to drive/carpool, indicate on Golf Registration form.
Paul Pitcovich is Golf Director.
Driving time is about 15 minutes from the hotel.
Complete the Name Tag and Golf registration form and include the $55 golf fee on your reunion registration form.
On your own
The Outlet Shoppes
7624 W Reno Ave, Oklahoma City, OK 73127
Intersection of I 40W and Council Blvd
Free Shuttle Transportation from Sheraton Reed Center
Friday pick up 9:30 AM, returning 1:30 PM
Saturday pick up 12:30 PM, returning 3:30 PM
The Outlet Shoppes is home to the area's latest and greatest retail shopping experience. The 348,000-square-foot center features dozens of brands, ranging from clothing stores like Banana Republic, J. Crew, Brooks Brothers; to shoe stores like Nine West and Cole Haan; to cooking stores like Le Creuset; to children’s clothing stores like Disney and Carters. There is an on-site food court.
*A Night at the Museum
Oklahoma History Center
AFCOMMATC Dinner and Private Tour
No-host reception (cash bar) 5:45 PM - 6:30 PM
Oklahoma Barbeque Buffet 6:30 - 8 PM
Menu: Sliced Brisket, Smoked Chicken, Salad, Vegetables, Potatoes, BBQ Beans, Dessert, Rolls (tea / water / coffee)
Private self-paced museum tour
Registration required via registration form
Cost per person: $65
Times: Bus will leave hotel by 5:30 PM
and return to hotel by 9:30 PM
SATURDAY EVENTS, Oct 7
Breakfast Buffet and Annual General Business Meeting
7:30 AM – 11 AM
Breakfast 7:30 AM – 8:30 AM
Chilled Orange and Grape Juices; Fluffy Scrambled Eggs, Sausage, & Crispy Bacon; Hand-Breaded Chicken Fried Steak; Homemade Biscuits & Country Gravy; Seasonal Fresh Fruit Tray; Assorted Breakfast Breads, Muffins, & Pastries; Creamery Butter & Fruit Preserves
Freshly Brewed Coffees & Gourmet Teas
NO COST – ENJOY GREAT STORES & EATERIES
Enjoy OKC attractions such as
Sheridan Ave. & Mickey Mantle Dr
Just a short walk from downtown hotels, event venues and attractions, this former warehouse district is filled with restaurants, nightlife and entertainment options. From taking a cruise along the Bricktown Canal to catching an Oklahoma City Dodgers game at the Chickasaw Bricktown Ballpark, Bricktown is a favorite destination for visitors and locals alike.
Cowboy and Western Heritage Museum
1700 Northeast 63rd Street
Oklahoma City, OK
Museum Hours: Monday – Saturday: 10 AM – 5 PM
Sunday: Noon – 5 PM
Admissions: Adults $12.50
Seniors (62+) $9.75
Military (active or retired): $2.00 off with I.D.
America’s West, with its unique blend of cultures, open terrains, and awesome vistas, is a source of inspiration around the world. We invite you to come and experience the West with us as we explore it through its people, places, and history. The dramatic story of the West led to the establishment of the National Cowboy & Western Heritage Museum and we are committed to bringing those stories to you. Click on a category below and start exploring for yourself and don’t forget to check back often as we’ll continue to add and grow our ever increasing library of the West.
OKC National Memorial and Museum
620 North Harvey Avenue, Oklahoma City, OK 73102
Hours: Monday –Saturday 9 AM – 6 PM
Sunday 12 PM - 6 PM
Admission: Adults $15
Senior (62+) $12
Through the Oklahoma City National Memorial & Museum, the world will never forget the 168 victims who died in the April 19, 1995 bombing of the Alfred P. Murrah Federal Building.
The Memorial is comprised of two separate components, each of which pays tribute to the victims of the tragedy in a distinctive way. The 3.3-acre Outdoor Symbolic Memorial includes such features as the Gates of Time, which mark the time before and after the bombing took place, and the Field of Empty Chairs, which memorializes each of the victims. The Survivor Tree, a resilient symbol of the attack, is an American Elm that withstood the full force of the bomb's blast on that fateful day.
Inside the 50,000-square-foot Memorial Museum, interactive exhibits offer a contrast between the brutality of the senseless act of violence and the tenderness of the city's response. This chronological, self-guided tour takes you through the story and the days, weeks and years that followed.
*Saturday Night Banquet
5:30 - 6:30 Cash Bar, Event Plaza
Be seated 6:30 PM - Dinner 7 PM, Reed Ballroom
Plated Meal with choice of:
Grilled boneless chicken breast, topped with Chablis white wine cream sauce, served with pan-seared sliced shallots and mushrooms
with red onion brulee (very tender, fantastic!)
Spinach, sun-dried tomatoes, gorgonzola cheese-stuffed eggplant, lightly toasted with Italian bread crumbs
Dinner comes with a salad, soft bistro rolls, vegetable, starch, a featured dessert, coffee tea and water.
Hospitality Room will be OPEN from noon – 4 PM and will reopen after the annual Association banquet until midnight
SUNDAY, OCT 8
Farewell continental buffet breakfast
8 AM - 10 AM