Thanksgiving is one of the biggest food celebrations of the year, but in Oklahoma, it means a lot more than that. Thanksgiving is about holiday theater performances, paying tribute to Native American history, and enjoying good company. Here are the Best Thanksgiving Activities and Events in Oklahoma this 2023 holiday season.
Paseo Grill has excellent service and half-price appetizers. Try one of their unique cocktails, such as As Thyme Goes By, Persephone, and Blueberry Press, to put you in the holiday spirit. Pair it with a light appetizer, like the tuna tartare or PG Cherrywood smoked salmon. This is a great place to hang out with friends before the big holiday.
Take part in an exceptional food drive this Thanksgiving to demonstrate the joy of giving. Cans of non-perishable food will make a tasty lunch for needy local families and community members. Give back to your community and embrace the holiday spirit early to brighten someone else's holiday. This Thanksgiving season, take part in something very special.
Bill Kamp's has provided fresh holiday turkeys for Oklahomans for over 100 years. They have new, free-range, never-frozen turkeys from 10 to 24 pounds. They will even roast your turkey and provide all the sides you need for a great turkey dinner.
Pie Junkie is one of the excellent places in Oklahoma to get pie. With online ordering, it’s low-stress. Pick up a “frozen take & bake” to say you baked it yourself!
The Tulsa Ballet, world-class entertainers, will present their version of the Nutcracker Ballet. This beautiful presentation is a great way to get in the holiday mood.
Gobble, devour the pleasure! This Thanksgiving, get your hands crafty and help them create a spectacular turkey. The whole family will love this creative, low-key event, so don't miss it. Block off a fun-filled day on your calendar to spend with them.
The turkey trot may have once been a ballroom dance, but today, it's a run on Thanksgiving. The Edmond Turkey Trot supports Turning Points, a non-profit that helps low-income families find affordable housing. The best turkey costume gets a special prize. Friendly dogs are welcome to run, too.
The City Rescue Mission feeds the homeless on Thanksgiving and always needs extra volunteers to help serve and clean up so that staff can get home to their families and make Thanksgiving memories.
On Thanksgiving evening, Christmas lights get turned on at 6:30 p.m. at Utica Square. Get there early and plan your Black Friday route. Return the next morning and find some great deals.
Celebrate Teen Thanksgiving Paint and Pizza with your pals! Create original artwork with a Thanksgiving theme by putting your creativity and imagination to work. Not to mention the pizza! Savor a delicious meal and a laid-back evening with your pals.