November Festivals and Events in Oklahoma

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Published: 11/01/2021, 8:30 PM
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(OKLAHOMA CITY, Okla.) Brisk autumn weather is the perfect time for outdoor events in Oklahoma. From historical re-enactments to immersive holiday celebrations, we've provided our top suggestions below:

Fall Festival at the Orr Family Farm

OKC / Through November 

Celebrate all things autumn at this charming family farm. Explore the corn maze, go on a hayride, board the farm's locomotive or take a spin on the carousel. Each visitor also receives a sweet sugar pie pumpkin.

Dia De Los Muertos (Day of the Dead) Arts Festival

Tulsa / November 5

Make your way to the Tulsa Arts District to attend the Dia De Los Muertos Arts Festival. Honor the lives of deceased loved ones at this grand cultural celebration that includes live music, dancing, food and children’s activities.

Oklahoma Mennonite Relief Sale

Enid / November 5-6

Join the fun at this craft fair as you browse a variety of handmade items like quilts, artwork, antiques and woodworking. Be sure to bring a good appetite for an abundance of German comfort food classics, Indian tacos, homemade pies and a delicious pancake breakfast.

Battle of Honey Springs Re-enactment

Checotah / November 5-7

Witness 1,500 costumed re-enactors bring to life the largest military clash ever to have occurred in Oklahoma. This historical event, hosted only every other year, is a spectacular display of living history.

Christkindl Market

Bartlesville / November 6

Step into a small Bavarian Christmas Market in the heart of downtown Bartlesville. Enjoy falling snow, mulled wine, Christmas carolers, twinkling lights, live entertainment and shopping at craft and artisan shops.

Dripping Springs Rendezvous

Okmulgee / November 13

Go back in time to the 1830s and see the past come alive at this fun living history event. Explore the day-to-day lives of frontier families with a wide array of craft demonstrations, blacksmithing, re-enactors, delicious food and more.

Lyric Theatre’s A Christmas Carol

OKC / November 17 - December 23

Follow Ebenezer Scrooge on his powerful holiday journey of redemption at the historic Harn Homestead, which has been transformed into a magical holiday village nestled in the heart of Oklahoma City. 

Dickens on the Boulevard

Claremore / November 19-20

Transport yourself to the Victorian era made popular by Charles Dickens at this holiday-themed event. Get a taste for the fashion, décor and cuisine of the period while celebrating the holidays at this fun street festival, which comes complete with costumed performers.

Territorial Christmas Celebrations

Guthrie / November 27 - December 11

Step back in time with a holiday tour of downtown Guthrie’s Victorian architecture. Then celebrate the season with a traditional lighted parade and tree lighting before enjoying some wassail in honor of the new Territorial Governor.

November Turkey Trots & Marathons

Statewide / Monthlong

Make some room for another slice of pumpkin pie this Thanksgiving with one of these fun turkey trots, 5Ks and marathons across the state.

Looking for more options? Check out all November events for even more ideas. 

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