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Hello, holidays

Stay warm with these seasonal activities


Castle Christmas features drive-through displays, activities, free family movies, train, pony, and camel rides, and unique merchants. 11/22–12/31, The Castle of Muskogee, okcastle.com

For Philbrook Festival, the museum’s gardens sparkle with holiday decorations. There are also games, a LEGO village, train rides through the gardens, live music, and special events. 11/23–12/31, philbrook.org

Winterfest opens with the Share the Light Tree Lighting Ceremony on 11/23, which will feature local musicians and a fireworks display. Winterfest’s outdoor ice rink and other activities will be open outside BOK Center through 1/6. tulsawinterfest.com


In Irving Berlin’s White Christmas, the classic holiday tale comes to life onstage at Tulsa Performing Arts Center’s Chapman Music Hall. Click here to read more. 11/20–25, $34-$89, tulsapac.com

Elote Cafe will host its annual holiday night of Luchador-wrestling, Lucha Giving. 11/21, 9–midnight, elotetulsa.com

A 30-piece orchestra will join saxophonist Grady Nichols and vocalists Andy Chrisman and Kelly Ford in Falling In Love with Christmas. 11/27, 7 p.m., $25-$55, Tulsa PAC – Chapman Music Hall, tulsapac.com

Watch 1990’s holiday hit “Home Alone” while Tulsa Symphony Orchestra performs John Williams’ score.     12/1, 7:30 p.m., $20-$80, Tulsa PAC – Chapman Music Hall, tulsapac.com


Dead Armadillo Brewery will host Handcrafted Market, with vendor booths from local makers, live music, fire pits, food trucks, and plenty of beer. 11/24, 11 a.m.–9 p.m., dabrewery.com

Inspired by the 426-year-running holiday market in Nümberg, the German American Society of Tulsa hosts their annual Christkindlmarkt, where you’ll find unique gifts, German food and drink, craft making, and storytelling. 11/30–12/2, gastulsa.org

Bixby Community Center’s 33rd annual Holiday Arts and Crafts Show will feature more than 70 vendors. 12/1, 9 a.m.–4 p.m., facebook.com/bixbycc

Browse homemade items, decorations, jewelry, and more at the Holiday Craft Bazaar at Buddy LaFortune Community Center. 12/1, 10 a.m.–3 p.m., facebook.com/lafortunecommunitycenter

The Native American Christmas Market will feature 30 vendors of Native art, jewelry, and gifts, as well as Indian Tacos, and more. 12/1,
10 a.m.–5 p.m., Glenpool Creek Indian Community Activity Building, facebook.com/glenpoolcreeks

Bixby’s 181 Ranch will host Christmas at the Ranch, where more than 60 local crafters, artists, and small businesses will have vendor booths. 12/1, 10 a.m.–6 p.m., 181ranch.com


Rhema Lights at Broken Arrow’s Rhema Bible College is the biggest holiday display around, boasting more than two million lights. 11/21–1/1, rhemalights.org

Utica Square will hold their annual Lights On event, lighting 700,000 holiday lights throughout the shopping center. Julie Chin will host the evening’s activities, which include performances by Grady Nichols, the Tulsa Youth Cabaret, and Phil Armstrong. 11/22, 6:30 p.m., uticasquare.com

Tulsa Botanic Garden’s Garden of Lights will have train rides, live music, and Santa sightings. 11/23–1/6, tulsabotanic.org

Guthrie Green will shine during Glow on the Green, which this year will feature “Rudolph’s Lounge” on the dock and “Reindeer Games” on the main stage Thursdays–Saturdays.  The Green’s Lights On event will feature Mayor Bynum as its guest of honor. 11/25–12/24, guthriegreen.com

Woolaroc Museum & Wildlife Preserve will glow under 750,000 lights for Wonderland of Lights, Fridays–Sundays, 11/29–12/22, $1–$6, woolaroc.org


Oklahomans for Equality will hold their annual Come Home for the Holiday Thanksgiving Dinner, a free community meal at Dennis R. Neill Equality Center. 11/22, noon–3 p.m., okeq.org

The Tulsa Arts District Business Association will host the sixth annual First Lady Nog and Glogg Off, where bars and restaurants compete in making the best eggnog and glogg (mulled wine.) 11/25, 6–8 p.m., Living Arts, thetulsaartsdistrict.org

See Martin Scorsesse’s classic concert film chronicling The Band’s final performance on Thanksgiving night in 1976 while enjoying a Thanksgiving meal provided by local restaurants at The Leftover Last Waltz. 11/25, 6–10 p.m., $40, Cain’s Ballroom, theleftoverlastwaltz.com

Gilcrease After Hours: Holiday Survival Expo has everything you need to escape the more stressful aspects of the holidays: drinks, yoga, and axe throwing. 11/30, gilcrease.org

Valkyrie will celebrate the oft-overlooked holiday that marks the end of alcohol prohibition at their fourth annual Repeal Day Party. 12/2,
4 p.m.–2 a.m., valkyrietulsa.com

Tulsa Zoo will host Breakfast with Santa, which will include arts and crafts, animal chats, and train rides. 12/2 and 12/9, 9–10:30 a.m., $5-$29, tulsazoo.org

Broken Arrow’s Rose District Ice Rink under the Pavilion at the District’s Plaza will is open through 1/6. facebook.com/rosedistrictrink