Philbrook Festival, All of December
For even more holiday magic, head over to the Philbrook Museum of Art for their annual Philbrook Festival. During this time of year, the Museum is covered with holiday decorations and lights to get you in the spirit of the Christmas season. Bring the whole family down to enjoy the special holiday events that take place throughout the entire month. Admission is $9.
Christmas with the Annie Moses Band, Dec 10
Nothing says Christmas more than gathering with loved ones to listen to classic holiday tunes. Head down to the Broken Arrow Performing Arts Center to enjoy the beautiful stylings of the Annie Moses Band. Experience the holiday classics with a modern twist played on the harp, strings, and vocals. With new, original songs and stunning renditions of “O Holy Night” and others, your whole family will love this concert.
Crayons Improv Comedy Show, Dec 8
Get ready to laugh with the Crayons Improv Comedy Show. The improv team uses audience suggestions, drawings, and participation to perform unscripted comedy scenes. The wholesome show is suitable for people of all ages, including children. You can see the show on December 8th at 7 pm and tickets cost $5.
36th Annual Darnaby Arts and Crafts Show, Dec 2
Get your Christmas shopping done before the last minute rush. At the Darnaby Arts and Crafts Show, you can purchase truly unique gifts for all of your loved ones. Local vendors sell their handmade arts and craft items like baked goods, clothing, home decor, holiday-themed items, wood crafts, and so much more. You can visit the 36th Annual Darnaby Arts and Crafts Show for free at the UMAC (Union Multipurpose Activity Center). The fair is open from 9 am to 4 pm, so be sure to get there early!
Mustache Dash 5K, Dec 2
Celebrate the end of No Shave November and raise money for the American Cancer Society with the Mustache Dash 5K. No Shave November is a yearly event where men grow out their facial hair to raise awareness for prostate cancer. Run in the marathon to show off your beard and do even more good in the fight against cancer. All of the proceeds from race entry fees will go towards cancer research, education on prevention, and local services and programs in the Tulsa area. Don’t worry, mustaches are not required to join in the marathon. Put on your best fake mustache and join the festivities. The fun run begins at 8:30 am and the 5K starts at 9 am.
108 | Contemporary Annual Members Show, Dec 1
For those looking for a unique art experience, you won’t want to miss the 108 | Contemporary Annual Members Show. The exhibition features the works of local Oklahoma artists and offers a juried survey of their works. These artists work with non-traditional mediums like wood, metal, ceramic, fiber, and glass. The Annual Members Show offers visitors a look at the diverse artistic talents of their fellow Oklahoma residents.
The Best Christmas Pageant Ever, Dec 1-2
What better way to get into the Christmas spirit than by attending this riotous Christmas classic? The Children's Musical Theatre of Bartlesville will be putting on their rendition of The Best Christmas Pageant Ever! The show centers on a couple who is attempting to put on a church Christmas pageant. Hilarity ensues when they must cast the show with the troublemaking Herdman children. This is a show that you truly must see for yourself. You can see the Best Christmas Pageant Ever! at the Grace Community Church on December 1st at 7 pm and December 2nd at 7 pm.
Peppa Pig Live! Peppa Pig’s Surprise, Dec 1
Your child’s favorite cartoon pig is hitting the road in an all-new live special entitled Peppa Pig’s Surprise! The show features life-size puppets of Peppa, George, and all their friends. Join them on a musical adventure complete with singing, dancing, games, and even a few surprises. The show takes place on December 1st at the Brady Theater.
Exhibition: "The Art of Oklahoma", All of December
Celebrate the 110th anniversary of Oklahoma’s statehood with this one of a kind art exhibit. The exhibition is a showcase of the Oklahoma City Museum of Art’s collection of pieces created by or about Oklahoma, its residents, and its landscapes. Along with the museum’s permanent collection, you can view works by artists like Nellie Shepherd, John Steuart Curry, Woody Big Bow, David Fitzgerald, and more. The exhibition is free with admission to the museum.