January 2020 events

Published: 01/06/2020, 9:55 AM
Edited: 03/11/2021, 10:22 AM
(OKLAHOMA CITY, Okla.) Beat the cold during January by attending some of these exciting events happening around Oklahoma. Watch exciting racing and rodeo competitions then fill up on chocolate at one of the country’s top food festivals. There's even more happening across the state this month - just check out all January events to plan your next adventure. Eagle Watches Statewide January 3-25 Each winter, hundreds of bald eagles make their way to Oklahoma. Now is the perfect time to head out on a crisp, clear day in search of the majestic birds as they settle near the state’s lakes and rivers. Ice Skating Rinks Statewide Through February 2 Bundle up and hit the ice at skating rinks across the state. After the holidays, ice rinks in Broken Arrow, Edmond, Oklahoma City and Tulsa remain open for extra fun through the New Year. KNID Agrifest Enid January 10-11 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. Winter Big Om Yoga Retreat Hulbert January 10-12 Find your center surrounded by nature at this calming weekend yoga retreat, which features hostel-style bunking, yoga sessions, workshops and bonding opportunities with health-conscious, like-minded individuals.
Chili Bowl Nationals Tulsa January 13-18 Watch as 200 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 17-19 Cheer on the top 15 cowboys and cowgirls from across the US and Canada as they compete in seven thrilling rodeo events. This 50th anniversary event will also feature a western trade show, bucking stock sale and Miss Rodeo USA activities. Norman Chocolate Festival Norman January 18 Chocolate lovers unite! At this popular event, which has been ranked third among food festivals in the United States by the Food Network, guests will be greeted with thousands of samples from 20 area businesses in the OKC metro. Martin Luther King, Jr. Celebrations Statewide January 18-20 Celebrate the life and powerful legacy of Martin Luther King Jr. with parades, live music and more held in Ardmore, Enid, Oklahoma City and Tulsa. Find more information about these events here: https://www.travelok.com/listings/search/15?q=january+2020


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