January Festivals and Events in Oklahoma

Published: 01/03/2022, 7:16 PM

(OKLAHOMA CITY, Okla.) Beat the cold during January by attending some of these exciting events happening around Oklahoma. Start the year off right with a First Day Hike, watch exciting racing and rodeo competitions then join in an eagle watching tour. There's even more happening across the state this month - just check out all January events to plan your next adventure.  

Ice Skating Rinks – Statewide – Through January 30

Bundle up and hit the ice at skating rinks across the state. After the holidays, ice rinks in Bartlesville, Bixby, Broken Arrow, Edmond, Enid, OKC and Tulsa remain open for extra fun through the New Year.

Winter Big Om Yoga Retreat - Hulbert - January 7-9

Find your center surrounded by nature at this calming weekend yoga retreat, which features hotel and hostel-style bunking, yoga sessions, workshops and bonding opportunities with health-conscious, like-minded individuals.

Chili Bowl Nationals - Tulsa - January 10-15

Watch more than 300 talented drivers compete for top honors in Midget Spring Car racing. After five qualifying nights, the remaining drivers will enter the quarter-mile clay oval track on Saturday and wow the crowd with their best stunts.

International Finals Rodeo - Guthrie - January 13-16

Cheer on the top 15 cowboys and cowgirls from across the US and Canada as they compete in seven thrilling rodeo events. This event will also feature a western trade show, bucking stock sale and Miss Rodeo USA activities.

KNID Agrifest - Enid - January 14-15

Gear up for spring at one of Oklahoma’s largest regional farm shows. Interact with the latest farming technology and learn new skills during seminars and demonstrations. Along with trade booths, check out the craft vendors specializing in unique agriculture-related items.

Martin Luther King, Jr. Celebrations - Statewide - January 15-17

Celebrate the life and powerful legacy of Martin Luther King Jr. with parades, music events and more held across Oklahoma.

Eagle Watches - Statewide - Monthlong

Grab your binoculars and head out to Arcadia Lake and the Sequoyah National Wildlife Refuge for fun and free eagle watches. These eagle watches will include hikes to the roosting areas, so be sure to dress warm.

Find a full list of January festivals and events here.


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