Take An Enchanted Stroll Through Edmond Electric's Luminance For A Holiday Event To Remember In Oklahoma
Don’t you just love all these holiday attractions and festivities that are popping up for the season, especially the Christmas lights in Oklahoma? If you live in the Edmond area, or even if you don’t, schedule time for an enchanted stroll through Edmond Electric’s Luminance. This walk-thru of Christmas lights in Oklahoma is sure to get you in the holiday spirit. Let’s take a look at some memorable moments that bring in the warm spirit of the season.
Watch this video to see what this magical holiday light show has to offer.
For more information, visit the Luminance Facebook page. And while you’re there, check out these 11 reasons why Edmond is a great place to live. For those in need of ice skates or a warm winter coat, shop at L.L.Bean.
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Christmas Towns In Oklahoma
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- Chickasha: One reason to visit this charming town is the annual Festival of Lights. This extravagant light show turns Chickasha’s 43-acre Shannon Springs Park into a dynamic over-the-top display. And this is no little event as it has been ranked one of the top 10 holiday light displays in the U.S. More than 3.5 million lights make the magic, draped on the giant Christmas tree, the bridge, and other displays. Take a ride in a horse-drawn carriage while warming your hands with a cup of hot chocolate during this magical event.
- Tulsa: You'll find hot chocolate and horse and carriage rides here too, along with the spirited events of the annual Arvest Winterfest. This holiday festival kicks off with the Share The Light event, with a 9,000-square-foot ice skating rink you can whirl around on to the live entertainment at the nearby BOK Center. See the town's largest Christmas tree lit and decorated and visit with Mr. Claus.
- Oklahoma City: Fortunately, this big, bright city has a series of events gathered near one place called Downtown in December. Go ice skating, watch the festive tree-lighting ceremony, get in shape for the holiday run, be inspired by the performing arts, shop til' you drop, and spend an afternoon with Santa Claus. And everything is lit up for the most wonderful time of the year.
- Guthrie: At Christmastime, this lovely town looks like it's straight out of a Hallmark holiday movie. One reason is the Territorial Christmas Celebration the townspeople host every year, and it's like a ride on a time machine to the past. Early in December take a tour during the Victorian walk around the town of historic homes, and century-old buildings while slurping down a cup of Wassail.