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Oct 31, 2022

What are you doing in November?
The Month of November is full of family friendly fun in Oklahoma.  If you want to find something new to do this month, check out the show.
St. Elijah Mediterranean Food Festival - Soak in some history and culture while celebrating Mediterranean food with the congregation of St. Elijah Antioch Orthodox Christian Church at their annual food festival in Oklahoma City.
Oklahoma City embodies the Modern Frontier and defines its own future. A young city steeped in Native American and Western culture, openness, and an enterprising nature, OKC embraces its roots and continues to pave the way as a center of innovation and entrepreneurship.
Head to the Edmond Festival Market Place for an enriching cultural experience at the Edmond International Festival. Established in 1975 at the University of Central Oklahoma, this festival has grown over the years to its current venue in historic downtown Edmond.
Visit Edmond for the unexpected experience. You'll find championship golf courses, indoor/outdoor food halls, downtown street festivals and local shopping galore. Cruise Route 66 to camp at Arcadia Lake, and tour historic sites.
The Lyric Theatre presents A Christmas Carol: Join in this holiday season for the timeless tale and Charles Dickens' classic A Christmas Carol! This full length contemporary ballet production tells the story of Ebenezer Scrooge, his greed, "Bah…Humbug" attitude toward people, and his realization that giving is better than receiving.
Founded in 1963, Lyric Theatre of Oklahoma is the state’s leading professional theatre company. Lyric produces classic and contemporary musicals and plays created by artists from Oklahoma and around the nation. Shows are presented at two Oklahoma City venues — the intimate, 281-seat Plaza Theatre and the grand, 2,477-seat Civic Center Music Hall. Lyric is a nonprofit member theatre of the National Alliance for Musical Theatre and Allied Arts.
The Harn Homestead is an Oklahoma treasure that celebrates the territorial history of Oklahoma offering a "hands-on" and "minds-on" experience. Visitors share in the abundance of a territorial farm, the brilliance of a one-room school house, the grace of a Victorian home, and the waste-not want-not ethic of a territorial farm family.
Retromania is a family-friendly event that everyone will enjoy, packed full of interesting treasures sought after by collectors of all ages.
Tulsa is a city on the Arkansas River. It’s known for its art deco architecture, mostly in the central Deco District. Landmarks like the Philcade and Philtower buildings reflect a 20th-century construction boom fueled by the prosperous local oil industry.
Downs Family Lights Christmas Display From Thanksgiving Night through the New Year, the Downs Family sets up a driveable holiday lights display, simulcasting on 99.9 FM with music. The nearly 300,000-bulb display offers free admission and accepts donations to benefit the Regional Food Bank of Oklahoma.
Norman is just 20 minutes from Oklahoma City's Will Rogers World Airport and a few miles south of the intersection of Interstates 35, 40 and 44. Norman Must-Dos include world-class museums, Fred Jones Jr. Museum of Art andthe Sam Noble Oklahoma Museum of Natural History along with the National Weather Center and the National Weather Museum.
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