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Festive Furnishings

After a bummer of a holiday season last year, replete with cancellations of at-home holiday parties, office celebrations and community events, Oklahomans are more excited than ever to get festive in 2021. People are decorating their homes and businesses earlier, and the results can sometimes be considered works of art.  Design To some,  the idea of glitter and ribbon, twinkling lights...

Christmas Tree 101

Nothing quite beats the annual outing to pick out a perfect tree for holiday celebrations. And, says Bill Jacobs of Owasso Tree Farm, “the freshest tree you can buy is one you cut yourself, grown on an Oklahoma Christmas tree farm.” First Steps Planning for your tree should start before you leave for a farm. Pick a spot for the tree...

A Comprehensive Holiday Activity Guide

Raise Your Voice A big fan of holiday tunes? Spread some joy by singing them in a caroling outing with friends or family.  Pro tips: Pick a handful of easy songs to memorize – from “Jingle Bells” to “Grandma Got Run Over by a Reindeer.” Ensure you’ve got a good range, from classics to more modern fare. An ideal time to go...

Holiday Festivities

Oklahomans can get into the spirit of the season early as a variety of activities and events are kicking off this month. Utica Square’s Lights On returns Nov. 25. See the shopping center come alive with thousands of lights in a tradition over half a century old. Other highlights in Tulsa include Philbrook’s Festival of Lights, running both day and...

Getting Festive Across the State

Planning and teamwork Oklahomans work diligently well before the holidays to ensure festive activities and performances abound. One product of such teamwork is The Christmas Show, a Broadway-style production in Oklahoma City. “A year in advance, our music director and show director begin planning a new production,” says Susan Webb with the OKC Philharmonic. “It takes people with many skill sets, and...

Go Green

Irish or not, you can enjoy a pot o’ St. Patrick’s Day festivities in Oklahoma’s metropolitan areas. If you want to celebrate with some pints in Tulsa, visit McNellie’s, Kilkenny’s or Arnie’s on March 17 for green beverages and Irish grub. For a family-friendly day, head to Guthrie Green for the Tulsa Irish Festival on March 15-16, or try the...