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16792 E. 450 Road, Claremore

Travel back to biblical times at Shepherd’s Cross, an actual working farm in Rogers County. The farm will feature over 100 costumed actors who will re-enact the events of Jesus’ birth. The crib will also include sheep, mules, donkeys, chickens, guineas and horses. The Shepherd’s Shop will also be open to guests to purchase fresh pecans, pecan candies, baked goods and other Christmas gifts.

Festival of Arts and Crafts

3800 S. Elm Place, broken arrow

New Orleans Square’s inaugural Holiday Arts and Crafts Festival will be a celebration of the most wonderful time of year, with vendors, activities for kids, hot chocolate and photos with Santa Claus.

Tulsa Christmas Parade

The 95th Tulsa Christmas Parade, presented by American Waste Control, returns this year for a traditional parade experience. The parade is free, but seats in the stands are available for purchase. The parade will begin at Sixth Street and Detroit Avenue and end at Third Street and Cheyenne Avenue downtown. Interested parties can also submit requests to have their own floats, marching units, marching bands or decorated vehicles featured in the Christmas parade.

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