OKC's Downtown in December offers huge variety of holiday events
BY BRANDY MCDONNELL NewsOK.com
Sunday, December 02, 2012
12/02/12 at 4:20 AM
OKLAHOMA CITY - If you're looking for a quick trip this holiday season, downtown Oklahoma City has plenty to offer this year.
The annual Downtown in December festivities will include no less than four new attractions, along with returning favorites such as the Devon Ice Rink, Chesapeake Snow Tubing at the Brick and the Automobile Alley Lights on Broadway.
"Not only do we try to make the event bigger and better every year, we always try to expand our schedule of events," said Gentry McKeown, communications coordinator for Downtown Oklahoma City Inc.
Presented by Devon Energy, Downtown in December is a monthlong holiday extravaganza with attractions ranging from zip lines and museum outings to light displays and visits from Santa Claus.
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Free Museum Sundays:
For the next three Sundays,
several downtown Oklahoma
City museums will be
open with free admission
from noon to 5 p.m.:
Sunday: Oklahoma City
Museum of Art, 415 Couch
Dec. 9: American Banjo
Museum, 9 E. Sheridan
Dec. 9: Red Earth Museum
and Gallery, 6 Santa
Fe Plaza (with an openhouse
Dec. 16: Gaylord-Pickens
Oklahoma Heritage Museum,
1400 Classen Drive
Original Print Headline: More Christmas fun not far away
Downtown in December
When: Friday through Jan. 1. (Some attractions will be open longer.)
Where: Various locations in downtown Oklahoma City.
Santa’s sleigh is part of the Oklahoma River Boat Parade in Oklahoma City.GARETT FISBECK/The Oklahoman
Skaters enjoy the Devon IceRink at the Myriad Gardens indowntown Oklahoma City.PAUL B. SOUTHERLAND/The Oklahoman
Linda Elliot of Edmond tubes down a snow slope at Chickasaw
Bricktown Ballpark in Oklahoma City. GARETT FISBECK/The Oklahoman