Winterfest, See the lights and Pop-up shops
BY Staff Reports
Monday, December 17, 2012
12/17/12 at 2:33 AM
Winterfest continues outside the BOK Center through Jan. 6.
Attractions include a 9,000-square-foot outdoor skating rink, carriage rides, visits from Segway Santa and a warming tent set up outside the ice rink. A 44-foot Christmas tree beside the rink features more than 35,000 lights.
Admission is $5-$10.
For a full Winterfest calendar with prices and daily hours of operation, visit tulsaworld.com/winterfest.
Monday's admission is half price with a donation of a non-perishable canned food item.
Plenty of holiday light displays are going on. The free display at Rhema Bible Church, 1025 W. Kenosha St. in Broken Arrow, is open nightly from 5:30 to 11:30 p.m. through New Year's Day. It features 2 million lights and a 50-figure nativity scene.
Or see the Holiday Lights on the Hill at Chandler Park, 6500 W. 21st St. The public is invited to drive through three miles of bright lights and whimsical displays.
Wednesday: Pop-up shops
The pop-up shops in the Deco District, featuring items such as jewelry, books, cupcakes and dog treats, are open until Dec. 28.
The shops are located inside four buildings in the area of Fifth to Seventh streets and Boston Avenue to Main Street. And on Wednesdays, restaurants are open late, Santa makes an appearance and shoppers can enjoy live music. 11 a.m. to 8 p.m.
Thursday: PAC shows
"A Christmas Carol" is at the PAC's John H. Williams Theatre 7:30 p.m. Thursday. Tickets are $12-24.
Jeff Goode's dark Christmas comedy "The Eight: Reindeer Monologues," recommended for mature audiences, is at the Liddy Doenges Theater 8 p.m. Thursday. Tickets are $10-$15.
Both will be at the PAC through Dec. 23. Tickets available at 918-596-7111 or tulsaworld.com/mytix
People take in the sights at the Rhema Bible Church Christmas Lights display. Tulsa World file
Jamie Presley and her mom Glenda Presley sample the items at a downtown pop-up shop. MICHAEL WYKE / Tulsa World
Ebenezer Scrooge gets a glimpse of seasonal joy in this scene from "A Christmas Carol." Courtesy