How can you not have Christmas spirit when you see something like this?
Creations of Scott Dallas, owner of Frontier Farm, these little guys are just so cute! Scott and wife, Kerryann, own the farm near Kingfisher where they offer pumpkin picking in the fall, Christmas trees in November and December and fun on the farm the rest of the year.
Trees include: Fresh Pre-Cut Premium Grade Noble Fir and choose-and-cut Virginia Pine. The gift shop offers fresh wreaths, custom stained glass and quilted decor, unique ornaments and collectibles and gift items.
Hours: Mon. – Thurs. 3pm to 6pm; Fri. 1-6pm, Sat. 10am to 7pm, Sun. 1pm to 6pm.
Directions: From Hwy. 81 and Hwy. 33, Go South to Third Stop Light (Starlite Dr.), Go East on Starlite Dr. 1.5 Miles to First Stop Sign (Shaffenberg Rd.), Go South on Shaffenberg Rd. 3/4 Mile to Farm.
Santa’s Forest Christmas Tree Farm in Ponca City has cute Christmas and holiday decorations to help deck your halls if you haven’t already or great gifts for someone on your list.
Hours 5 to 7 p.m. Monday -Friday and 10 a.m. to 6 p.m. weekends through Dec. 21 or when sold out. Call ahead before you travel to ensure we have what you want.
Virginia Pines to cut and complimentary cup of cider, hot cocoa or coffee. The Santa’s Forest shops includes decorated wreaths, fresh greenery, holiday crafts and ornaments.
Directions: 3-1/2 miles West of Ponca City on new Hwy. 60, 11 miles east of I-35, Hwy. 60 exit.
Bill and Paula Jacobs have a neat gift shop at their tree farm in Owasso, OK. Owasso Tree and Berry Farm is stocked with Christmas trees this time of year for you and your family! The gift shop includes tree stands, ornaments, stockings, wreaths, bows, tree-toppers, and much more.
Take the hay ride to and from cutting areas and enjoy free hot cider for everyone and candy canes for the kids!
Hours: Mon.-Fri. 1 pm To 7 pm, Sat. & Sun. 9 am to 7 pm. From Tulsa: Take Hwy. 169N to 106th St. North exit, turn left (west) to first stop sign (129th & 106th), turn right (north), First house on right.
Capture the meaning of Christmas! The Living Nativity, at Shepherd’s Cross
, is a walk through event, reminiscent of that first Holy Christmas. Live character portrayals include Mary, Joseph, the shepherds, the wise men and angels. The stable will be filled with live animals and there is opportunity to interact with them. Animals included in the scene are sheep, goats, donkeys, mules, dogs, chickens, guineas, ducks, and horses. The nativity is housed indoors in an authentic Amish built gambrel roof barn. See the Living Nativity, December 13-15 and 20-22 (Th, Fri, Sat), 10am – 8:30pm.
The original wondrous Christmas Story will spring to life once again, as you look upon this re-enactment of that Holy Night when Jesus our Savior was born. Enter into the peace of a certain cool winter’s night while there were “Shepherds watching their flock by night” Jesus came. The sheep flock at Shepherd’s Cross will be lying nearby in the fields.
Children’s activities such as arts and crafts are provided. There will also be demonstrations in spinning, weaving and other fiber arts demonstrations.
Stockyards City, Oklahoma – FREE Cowboy Christmas at Stockyards City (1305 S. Agnew, OKC) features a Christmas parade including 100 Longhorn steer, rodeo cowboys, antique cars and more, followed by photos with “Cowboy Santa” and other festivities. Saturday, December 1, 10am-noon. 235-7267, www.stockyardscity.org.
Don’t forget all the great shops in Stockyards City for those special people on your list. They have boots, hats, western wear, children’s items, home decor, jewelry, art and much more.