February festivals and events

Published: 02/01/2020, 11:22 AM
Edited: 03/11/2021, 10:22 AM
(OKLAHOMA CITY, Okla.) Spend this short and sweet month at one of Oklahoma’s fun food festivals, craft shows or music events. From a fishing competition on the Blue River to a thrilling Civil War Re-enactment, there is something for everyone. German Feast & Auction Corn / February 1 Enjoy traditional German Mennonite cuisine at this all-day festival. Start the day with a silent auction and homemade pastries. At lunch, enjoy savory sausage, verenika and schnetka before checking out the live afternoon auction. Celebrate your auction winnings with the evening feast. An Affair of the Heart Oklahoma City / February 7-9 Get ready to indulge in some serious shopping at one of the largest arts and craft shows in the United States. Browse thousands of exhibitors offering everything from antiques and collectibles to jewelry and decor at this three-day event. Chocolate Festivals Statewide / February 1-8 Indulge your tastebuds at one of the upcoming chocolate festivals in Yukon, Oklahoma City and Ada. From artfully-crafted candies to luscious layered cakes, each event features a silent auction and tons of sweet treats to sample. Vintage Tulsa Show Tulsa / February 14-16 Browse rare goods from some of the finest vintage and antique dealers in the nation at this three-day event, which features over 55,000 square feet of antique furniture, collectibles, vintage clothing, linens and more. Darryl Starbird's National Rod & Custom Car Show Tulsa / February 14-16 Browse over 1,000 custom cars, street rods, sports cars, pickups and motorcycles competing for top honors. Stick around to see who advances to the coveted “Fine Nine” category where the winner takes home $10,000.
Battle of Round Mountain Re-enactment Yale / February 14-16 Visit the winter encampment of the first battle fought in Indian Territory during the Civil War. This re-enactment showcases living history soldiers from opposing sides, vendors in period dress and a battle complete with cannons. President’s Day Blue River Trout Derby Tishomingo / February 15-16 Join anglers from across the country as they compete for the largest trout, biggest stringer and heaviest stringer while fishing in the clear, spring-fed Blue River. All age groups are welcome to participate, and there will be cash and trophies presented in several categories. Friends of the Metropolitan Library System Annual Book Sale Oklahoma City / February 22-23 Battle winter’s chill by cuddling up with a pile of books. Replenish your reading list at this annual sale, which is chock-full of over half a million paper and hardback books at bargain basement prices. Also fill up on magazines, music and movies at this book lover’s mecca. For a full list of February events, click here: https://www.travelok.com/listings/search/15?region=&city=&start_date=2020-02-01&end_date=2020-02-29&q=


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