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ANNUAL CELEBRATIONS OF HISTORIC EVENTS
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NOTE: Grandma Ginny™ America's History Lady™ presents a page of
"Annual Celebrations of Historic Events" for each of the 50 states as
information comes available. These pages are designed to allow those
interested in American history to have a  free, easy to use,
"One-Stop" itinerary planning list.

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JANUARY

CLEVELAND COUNTY

Norman
Firehouse Art Centers Chocolate Festival
Since 1982

(405) 429-4523


FEBRUARY

OKLAHOMA COUNTY

Oklahoma City
An Affair of the Heart
One of the largest arts and crafts shows in the United States.

1 (800) 755-5488

WAGONER COUNTY

Wagoner
Fiddlers Festival
Great fiddle playing – even jam sessions.
(918) 772-2545


MARCH

TULSA COUNTY

Tulsa

The Greater Tulsa Home and Garden Show
Since 1949

(918) 663-1100


APRIL

OKLAHOMA COUNTY

Oklahoma City
Festival of the Arts
Rite of spring festival. Enjoy visual, culinary and performing arts activities and programs.
Since 1970
(405)  270-4848

MAY

CANADIAN COUNTY

El Reno
Fort Reno Candlelight Tour
Scenes and vignettes of ft. Reno in 1874 to 1948 around the parade ground and in historic buildings
.
(405)  262-3967


KIOWA COUNTY

Hobart
Celebration of Freedom
Tribute to our heritage and our patriots.

(580) 726-2553


ROGERS COUNTY

Claremore
Will Rogers Stampede Rodeo
A great time for all.
Since 1946

1 (877) 341-8688


JUNE

OSAGE & WASHINGTON COUNTIES

Bartlesville
OK Mozart Festival
Very special concerts and festivities for 9 days
with world renown artists.
Since 1983

(918) 336-9900

LOVE COUNTY

Marietta
Love County Frontier Days
From an old Fiddler’s Contest, gospel music, performers and even a pioneer breakfast – an entire week-end of fun.

(580) 276-6732


OKLOAHOMA COUNTY

Oklahoma City
Red Earth Festival
“Most prestigious of all native dance competitions.” 
Street will vibrate in native American tribal spirit.”

(405) 427-5228


JULY

MAYES COUNTY

Pryor
American Cowboy Trade Days &
The Celebration of the American Cowboy
Period re-enactments, stage coach and buggy rides, food and
entertainment – a great event.

(918) 825-0158



AUGUST

OKMULGEE COUNTY

Okmulgee
Okmulgee Invitational Rodeo and Festival
One of the nation’s oldest African-American rodeo. 
Includes a festival and a parade.

(918) 756-0761



SEPTEMBER

OKLAHOMA COUNTY

Oklahoma City
Oklahoma State Fair
Many festivities include a birthing center showing new born animals.
Crowning of state beauty contest winners.
Religious services conducted by horsemen and women in a barn.

(405) 948-6700


OKLAHOMA COUNTY

Oklahoma City
Annual Arts Festival
Since 1966

(405) 634-1436


OKLAHOMA COUNTY

Choctaw
Choctaw Oktoberfest
Enjoy German food, German music, crafts and games for children.

(405) 399-8196


OCTOBER

TULSA COUNTY

Tulsa
Tulsa State Fair
Since 1935

(918) 744-1113


NOVEMBER

MUSKOGEE COUNTY

Muskogee
Christmas Kingdom Air-blown World Holiday at the Castle of Muskogee
A great holiday display

(918) 687-6325


OKMULGEE COUNTY

Okmulgee
Dripping Springs Rendezvous
Step back to the 1830’sand enjoy demonstrations of blacksmithing, knife throwing , food, and great activities for children.
(918) 756- 5971



DECEMBER


OKLAHOMA COUNTY

Oklahoma City
OG&E Garden Lights
Myriad Botanical Gardens  - 17 acres at Oklahoma City’s botanical garden and conservatory  are aglow with lights on Sundays evenings in December.

(405) 232-6552


OKLAHOMA COUNTY

Oklahoma City
SandRidge Christmas Tree
Glorious celebrations with the ballet, holiday performances and Santa.
Since 2002

(405) 232-6552

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