February 2013 Events in Central Oklahoma - Central Oklahoma Frontier Country

February 2013 Events in Central Oklahoma

Posted by Katie Puckett on 01/28/2013


Central Oklahoma’s Event Calendar February 2013

The following is a truncated list of events occurring in Central Oklahoma Frontier Country. To see a full list of February events, check out our calendar page.
Dates are subject to change.
 

CENTRAL OKLAHOMA – The Chocolate Festival, Firehouse Art Center’s largest fundraiser of the year, is Feb. 2 at the National Center for Employee Development (NCED) in Norman. The annual Chocolate Festival begins at 10:30 a.m. with a dazzling array of chocolate decadence, as the finest restaurants and chocolatiers in Norman tempt your taste buds with their chocolate creations. Ticket prices vary.

Experience a one-of-a-kind shopping extravaganza for all ages at An Affair of the Heart Feb. 8-10. Located at State Fair Park in Oklahoma City, An Affair of the Heart features several buildings of arts, crafts, custom furniture, jewelry, clothing, home décor, seasonal items and much more. Admission is $7 and covers all three days of the show.

The second annual Yukon Chocolate Festival is Feb. 9 from 1 to 3 p.m. at the Robertson Activity Center. More than 20 local businesses will offer their chocolate delights and a silent auction will also feature a variety of chocolate creations. Admission is $8 and includes six tastes.

Oklahoma River Cruises hosts A River Romance Valentine’s Day Cruise from 7:30 to 9 p.m. Feb. 14 on the Oklahoma River in Oklahoma City. Cost is $30 per person and includes desserts and champagne. Space is limited and reservations are required. The cruise departs from Meridian Landing at 7:15 p.m.

Enjoy a free, family event at the Sam Noble Museum in Norman Feb. 24 from 1 to 5 p.m. Science in Action and Object I.D. Day will feature a variety of hands-on activities, demonstrations and presentations on different scientific themes. Museum curators and other natural history experts will be on hand to identify natural history objects brought in by visitors.

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