You know the scene: A carved-up, oven-baked turkey missing its drumsticks sits on the dining table as the conspirators sit in half slumber around the college bowl game on TV. Eventually, someone says, “Let’s take a drive.” Holiday lights displays have become part of the Thanksgiving celebration as neighborhoods, parks, shopping districts and downtown centers throw the switch for winter’s festive atmosphere. You can check out the Midwest City Holiday Lights Spectacular (Nov. 22), Chickasha Festival of Light (Nov. 26) and Broken Arrow’s Rhema Christmas Lights (Nov. 27) before Turkey Day. Then head to Utica Square’s Lights On! and Muskogee’s Garden of Lights in Honor Heights Park for official openings on Nov. 28. The next night (Nov. 29), look for Downtown in December in Oklahoma City, Tulsa’s Winterfest and Woolaroc Wonderland of Lights in Bartlesville.
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