Getting In the Spirit

Photo courtesy Festival of Light

With the upcoming holiday season, there are a wide selection of events to get you in the festive mood.

The Broken Arrow Ice Rink opens for the winter/holiday season on Nov. 10 and runs through the first week of January. A holiday classic, Rhema Bible Church lights up the night sky with over three million lights starting on Nov. 22 until New Year’s Day. On Nov. 23, head to Utica Square for the annual Lights On ceremony. 

One of the largest model train shows in the region, the Oklahoma City Train Show returns to the Oklahoma State Fair Park from Nov. 4-5. Beginning Nov. 4 and running through Jan. 15th, the Edmond Ice Rink is pure winter fun for the whole family. Both on the 10th, Crest On Ice in Norman and the Devon Ice Rink open to the public. 

Around the state, the Guthrie Ghost Walk hosts two weekends of tours Nov. 3-4 and 10-11 at Guthrie’s Apothecary Garden. Nov. 9-11 is the 25th annual Beavers Bend Folk Festival and Craft Show at Beavers Bend State Park. On Nov. 11, The OK Wine, Brew and BBQ festival and competition takes place at the Canadian County Expo and Event Center. On Nov. 13, the Christmas classic Home Alone plays at Central Park in Ardmore. On Nov. 18, be sure to head out to Chickasha for the Chickasha Festival of Light – one of the top holiday light shows in the nation – running through Dec. 31.

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