September 2013 Events in Central Oklahoma
Central Oklahoma’s Event Calendar September
is a truncated list of events occurring in Central Oklahoma Frontier Country. To see a FULL calendar of events for September, visit our calendar page here.
Dates are subject to change.
CENTRAL OKLAHOMA – Every year, Old Germany Restaurant, the City of Choctaw and the Choctaw Chamber host Choctaw Oktoberfest under 30,000 square-feet of tents and pavilion at Choctaw Creek Park. Oktoberfest, Aug. 30-Sept. 7 features the best in German food, beer, wine, dancing and more. Admission is $5 for adults and children under 12 are admitted free. For more info: www.oldgermany.com
Mustang’s 37th annual Western Days festival is Sept. 6-7 with activities for all ages. The festival is two days of fun featuring a carnival, chili cook off, parade, the Mustang & Open Car Show, live music, the Mustang Round Up Club Open Rodeo and more family-friendly entertainment all located at Highway 152 and Mustang Road. For more info: www.mustangchamber.com
Rock the Boat, a new festival on the Bricktown Canal in Downtown Oklahoma City, is Sept. 8. From noon to 6 p.m., enjoy live music on the water taxis, snow cones, photo booth, face painting, caricatures and plenty of more free entertainment. For more info: www.downtownokc.com
The Oklahoma State Fair is back Sept. 12-22 at State Fair Park in Oklahoma City. As one of the top state fairs in North America, the Fair showcases Oklahoma's agriculture, manufacturing and commerce featuring family entertainment, exhibits, delicious food, exciting competitions and more. Admission is under $10. Check online for a full schedule of events and tickets. For more info: www.okstatefair.com
Join the Oklahoma Railway Museum in Oklahoma City for a train-load of fun for the whole family with A Day Out with Thomas Sept. 27-29 and Oct. 4-6. Ride a replica of Thomas the Tank Engine, meet Sir Topham Hat and enjoy storytelling, live music, inflatables and more. Advance purchase is recommended. For more info: www.oklahomarailwaymuseum.org
Historic Fort Reno presents Candlelight Tour, Sept. 28 at 7 p.m. By candle and lantern light, history re-enactors will portray individuals who lived at or visited Historic Fort Reno during the different phases of its existence from 1874 to the present. Admission ranges from $5-8. For more info: www.fortreno.org
September also means the beginning of fall activities throughout central Oklahoma. Reding Farm in Chickasha will be open from Sept. 27 through Nov. 3. Orr Family Farm is celebrating their grand re-opening for the fall season on Sept. 28 and will be open to the public Oct. 1 through Nov. 2.
For more information on these events visit our calendar page or call 405-232-6552.