Flag Day Events in Oklahoma

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Sunday, June 14, is Flag Day, and there are tons of events happening throughout the state of Oklahoma to commemorate our country’s flag. Fire up your RV and cruise to some of these unbeatable Flag Day events around the Sooner State this weekend.

Flag Day Ceremony at the Military History Museum

Head to the Military History Museum in Broken Arrow, Okla., for the annual Flag Day ceremony on June 13. The museum will hold the ceremony at 3 p.m., and will be offering free museum admission to all who attend. The famed Doo Woppa Doos will be on-site playing sing-a-long songs and patriotic music, and the museum will offer tons of activities for kids and adults alike.

Flag Day Commemoration at the Confederate Cemetery of Ft. Washita

Flag Day will be celebrated a day early at the Confederate Cemetery of Ft. Washita. The event will start on June 13, at 11 a.m., so gather at the cemetery for a family-friendly picnic, activities and the dedication of an “Unknown Confederate Soldier” stone on the cemetery grounds. Visiting the Flag Day commemoration is a great way to show today’s soldiers and veterans that we appreciate them fighting in honor of our flag and our freedoms.

History Comes Alive River Cruise

If you’ll be in Oklahoma City for the Flag Day holiday, head down to Exchange Landing to hop aboard the History Comes Alive river cruise. The cruise is just $6 for adults, and it gives visitors a look into the colorful history of Oklahoma with lively costumed characters. Learn about our state’s vibrant history on a day that’s dedicated to our country’s symbolic flag.

Start Your Adventure at Leisure Time

Before you hit the road for your first adventure of the summer, stop by Leisure Time RV in Oklahoma City. Whether you’re in need of a new RV or simply some parts and camping supplies, we’re your one-stop Oklahoma camping stop.

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