Looking for a fun filled October weekend? Look no further then Norman, October 20-21! Get your family and friends together for two-days of activities in central Oklahoma’s Frontier Country!
Frontier Country Marketing Association promotes tourism for the 12 central counties of Oklahoma. We’ve put together a fun-filled weekend to get excited about.
FRIDAY, October 20 – Mix on Main
Gather, shop, and eat at the second annual Mix on Main Event. Taking place from 6-9 p.m. and stretching from 24th Avenue NW to Mercedes Drive along Main Street, enjoy a food truck, live music, family-friendly fun, appetizers, and more in a festive atmosphere. No admission fee.
SATURDAY, October 21 – National Weather Festival 120 David L Boren Blvd.
Take in a tour of the National Weather Center, enjoy activities for all ages, the storm chaser car show and hourly weather balloon launches. Amateur radio operators will demonstrate the role they play before, during and after a tornado, hurricane or other disasters. The festival runs from 10 a.m. – 2 p.m. No Admission fee.
SATURDAY, October 21 – 5th Annual Oklahoma Wine Walk & Brew Fest | 3700 W. Robinson St.
Don’t miss the chance to attend! This event allows you to discover new wines, new beer, delicious food, local entertainment and vendor booths from 1:30-7:30 p.m.
The festival takes place in the Brookhaven Village Shopping Center in Norman, giving you plenty of room to walk and enjoy the festivities from tent to tent. Admission is free but those who purchase tasting packages receive 15 tasting tickets to redeem at the wineries and breweries of your choice. If you like, you can purchase a glass or bottle or two!
The 5th Annual Oklahoma Wine Walk & Brew Fest is the place to experience the authentic character of Oklahoma through its wine, beer, music, and “Made In Oklahoma” merchandise!
Groups of 10 of more receive $5 off each tasting packages. Packages start at $25 and include tasting glass and tickets. Contact Frontier Country Marketing Association at 405.232.6552 for questions or visit our website at oklahomawinewalk.com for more details.
Holiday Season in Central Oklahoma’s Frontier Country!
It’s not too early to start making your group’s holiday plans. We have a few suggestions in mind!
National Cowboy & Western Heritage Museum in Oklahoma City
From Remington and Russell to Native American works, see some of the finest Western art in the country during this docent-facilitated Museum tour. View ethnographic material from Native Americans and mountain men, and learn about frontier military life.
Round out the tour with a look at the evolution of the working cowboy, from the range to their portrayal in film and pop culture. Walk away with a better understanding of the diverse cultures that have shaped the West – but not before you check out The Museum Store for wonderful holiday gifts! Group Size is a minimum of 15 paying people to receive special rates | Adults $10.75; Seniors 62 and older $9.25 | An escort and driver are admitted complimentary.
Tax-exempt prices are available upon request. Payment must be made in one lump sum for everyone in your tour group. We accept cash, check or charge.
Territorial Christmas in Guthrie
Celebrate the holiday season by traveling to downtown Guthrie for Opening Night, the Lighted Parade with Parade Marshall, Santa, and for the inauguration of a new Territorial Governor. We’ll light the Territorial Christmas Tree and sing carols you’ve come to love.
During our Historic Homes Tour, Guthrie’s finest homes, churches and century old buildings will be dressed for the season and delighted to have visitors enjoy tales of their beginnings in the early days of Oklahoma’s First Capital. Come enjoy the hospitality of Guthrie residents who welcome you into their homes.
Enjoy what it was like to spend Christmas in the Territory… as it was in the early days when life slowed down to the speed of a horse and carriage, when family, friends and neighbors celebrated together in Oklahoma’s First Capital. Our two Victorian Walk Evenings are the highlights of Guthrie’s Territorial Christmas Celebration.
Nowhere else can you spend an evening strolling brick streets enjoying life as it was in Christmas’s past. Windows throughout the Downtown Historic District come alive with living scenes depicting the joys of the season.
There will be roving carolers and peanut vendors in the streets, shopkeepers, and elegant folks dressed for the celebration in period costumes and the welcoming ambiance you’ve come to expect in Historic Guthrie.