Enid’s downtown turns into a Hallmark Christmas movie set from mid-November through early January. You’ll enjoy The One Enid, the world’s tallest fresh cut Christmas Tree, Holidays on Ice in Downtown Enid, Enid Lights Up the Plains, the BAT Express and more.
Community Christmas tree? Check. Outdoor ice skating? Check. A drive-through Christmas lights display? Check. Cut your own Christmas tree? Check. Fireworks? Of course!
Some have compared Enid to a setting for a television Christmas movie, and who are we to argue? Enid’s real ice, open air ice rink – Holidays on Ice in Downtown Enid – runs November 18 through January 8. The One Enid – the world’s tallest fresh-cut Christmas tree – will be lit November 25, standing tall over downtown Enid through January 3. In between are many activities throughout Enid to get you in the holiday spirit.
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November 18-January 8 – Holidays on Ice in Downtown Enid
Enid’s holiday forecast is icy thanks to its real ice, outdoor ice rink just south of the Stride Bank Center. Open seven days a week (weather permitting), including skate times on Thanksgiving, Christmas Eve and New Year’s Eve. Season passes, group and party packages are available. Presented by Visit Enid. Learn more.
November 25-January 3 – The One Enid: the world’s tallest fresh-cut Christmas tree!
Proudly standing 140 feet in the air, the Christ Tree has 20,000 LED lights and 10,000 ornaments. Enjoy holiday programming throughout the Christmas season. Learn more.
November 25-January 3 – The BAT Express & BAT Express Mini
When you’re downtown enjoying the ice rink and The One, take a ride around the square on The BAT Express. It’s very cool to ride in an five-ton military truck decorated with 3,500 lights! Open each night at 6 pm. The BAT Express Mini is an 80-foot long barrel train covered in 1,200 lights. No age limit. If you can fit, you can sit. Learn more.
November 25-December 18 – Christmas at the Farm
Red Bird Farm is Enid’s agritourism attraction. Come enjoy a true farm holiday experience. Cut down your own Christmas tree or choose a pre-cut tree. The barn is stocked with fun Christmas gifts and finds, and the kids will enjoy the petting zoo. Open Friday-Sunday through Christmas. Learn more.
November 25-26 – The Market Neighborhood Shops Christmas Craft Show
Over 100 vendors will set up inside the Stride Bank Center Grand Ballroom with all kinds of new ideas for decorating your home for the holidays! Learn more.
December 2 – Christmas in the Village
Escape to a simpler time and experience a Victorian-era Christmas in the Cherokee Outlet as it was over 100 years ago, with the sights, smells and sounds of the holiday season. Learn more.
December 2, 9, 16, 23 – Leonardo’s Nights of Lights
Adventure Quest will be open 5-7 pm for children to play under the stars. Arts & Crafts, games, elves, and Santa may even make an appearance. Learn more.
December 3 – The One Christmas Cruise
Family-friendly event where all makes & models of vehicles will circle around The One, and car owners receive a free photo of their vehicle in front of the tree. Learn more.
December 3 – Christmas in the Park
Cruise through Christmas at Meadowlake Park. There will be lights and characters throughout the park for holiday enjoyment. Learn more.
December 8 – Star of Bethlehem
Come to the NOC-Mackie Planetarium to see what the sky over Babylon looked like to the Wise Men over 2,000 years ago. Free admission, but a canned good donation is appreciated. Learn more.
December 9-11 – Living Drive-Through Nativity
Guests will drive through a pathway of lights and witness first-hand the story of the first Christmas as portrayed in ten different scenes. The story comes alive through beautiful music, Scripture and live animals. Learn more.
December 13 – Cocoa & Canvas
The Farm on Norman gives children the opportunity to paint a winter-themed design on an 11×14 canvas, then enjoy cocoa and cookies. Learn more.
December 16 – Sleigh Rides with Santa
Enjoy this horse meet and greet. Pet and feed the horses, enjoy Christmas stories, face painting and of course, sleigh rides with Santa at Bennie’s Barn, Enid’s equine therapy facility. Learn more.
December 17 – Pop Ups on Park vendor market
Bringing together local small businesses and artists of all kinds across Oklahoma and giving them a place to share their passion. Learn more.
December 20 – Murder at the Ugly Christmas Sweater Party
The Enid Public Library’s Great Plains Room will be transformed into Snowflake Lodge, where the society folks of Snow Falls gather in their not-so-fashionable holiday attire. Will the holiday spirt be stronger than blackmail, greed, and revenge? You are invited to find out. Light refreshments will be served. For adults. Learn more.
November 26 – Christmas on Broadway
Hometown favorite son Brock Johnson will be joined by Air Force spouse and opera singer Lindy Wilson as they provide some Christmas cheer Broadway style. Learn more.
December 2-4, 9-11 – A Seussified Christmas Carol
Gaslight Theatre presents a whimsical reinvention of Dickens’ most beloved Christmas story in wacky rhymed couplets. This tale of glorious holiday cheer is similar to something Dr. Seuss might have come up with – if he ever had his way with the story! Learn more.
December 18 – Hometown Christmas featuring Kyle Dillingham & Horseshoe Road
Come and celebrate the reason for the season with fellowship and music performed by the most talented violinist in the world in his hometown of Enid. Learn more.
The One Enid – Live performances
The One Enid has many performances scheduled throughout its 42-day run, many of those from local or area churches or schools. Visit their website to see the complete list.