September 25, 2019
‘Tis the season! Okay, not that season. It’s the season of pumpkin spice, changing leaves, and there are tons of ways to celebrate the changing seasons this year. Of course, this is Oklahoma, so we might have to wait a few more weeks yet before we can break out our sweaters and boots, but these activities will for sure get you in the spirit of fall!
Sep 19-Oct 31
Thursday 1 PM – Dark
Friday & Saturday 10 AM – Dark
This pumpkin patch is so magical! There’s a corn maze, hay rides, pony rides, a petting zoo where you can feed the goats and other animals, teepees, a woodland fairy castle, a fun fort, and tons of hammock and rope swings. Buy a hot dog and roast it over a campfire, or enjoy some hot chocolate. $11 admission (2 and under are free, and $9 on Thursdays!) gets you access to all of this and choose a pumpkin to take home on your way out! (Please note, cash or check only.)
Sep 20-Oct 13
Friday & Saturday 10 AM – 6 PM
Sunday 1 PM – 6 PM
You and your family can enjoy a hayride, a pumpkin train ride, wander through a corn maze, enjoy pony rides, bounce houses, farm animals, and play carnival games. There’s even a hay slide! Admission is $5. Proceeds from this event go to fund aid for the Wings program, which provides career training opportunities for adults with special needs.
11:00 AM – 10:00 PM
There will be art, music, food trucks and TONS of children’s activities. Art, dance, STEM and the other children’s activities will run from 11 AM – 6 PM. This festival is going to be ah-mazing. For baby changing needs or a comfy feeding station, visit Thrive Mama!
The Children’s Garden is transformed into a vintage fall carnival for this annual festival. Artist displays and thousands of pumpkins fill the garden, and there are crafts, games, vendors, and paint-a-pumpkin activities. On Saturday and Sunday, ride the Pumpkinville Express Train! Cost is free for members and $8 for non-members (2 and under are free).
10:30 AM – 4:30 PM
I haven’t been to this, but it sounds oh so fun! Kids of all ages are invited to dance, move and celebrate a healthy and creative lifestyle. Kindie bands include Koo Koo Kangaroo, the Sugar Free Allstars and Jazzy Ash. Local vendors and delicious food truck fare (with healthier options) will be there, and proceeds go to the Children’s Hospital for their new creative arts therapy programs for patients.
5:30 PM – 8:30 PM
There are the typical hay rides, games, a story time and a campfire for roasting marshmallows. But the chance to wander the trail and run into storybook characters make this a truly magical experience. This trail is family friendly and not scary at all! Follow the link for more details on purchasing tickets:
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