November Events

Now that it’s officially November, many have turned their thoughts and excitement towards the upcoming holiday season. Some of us with an Oklahoma City RV are planning a trip to visit family with all the comforts of home. Aside from big meals of joy, there are other reasons to get your motorhome out this month.

Oklahoma & The Day That Will Live In Infamy

If you’re native to the area, or happy to have arrived, you might really enjoy this exhibit at the Oklahoma History Center. From now through the first week in December, get a better understanding of the impact WWII had on citizens of this state. There will be uniforms, artifacts recovered from the USS Oklahoma, personal letters from the servicemen, and video interviews of those who experienced it first hand. Learn more about this worldwide event and feel free to ask questions. Are you a veteran or an active duty member of the military? You get in for free!

Cowboy Artists of America

From now until the 25th, come and experience the 47th annual sale & exhibition of the western art revival. Located at the National Cowboy & Western Heritage Museum, more than 100 works of art are ready to be viewed from 10am – 5pm each day. This movement started in the 1960s and includes drawings, paintings, and sculptures. Not only can you feast your eyes on pure talent, many of the items are also available for purchase.

Christmas Tree & Lighting Ceremony

A 32ft tree will be officially dubbed a Christmas tree in Bricktown as of the 23rd. Bring everyone for a night of festivities starting at 6pm that will include live entertainment and a choir singing your favorite holiday tunes. The thousands of colorful lights will be sure to ensnare your attention and delight your senses. Go ahead and pile up your RV with family and friends because admission is free!

Is there something we missed? Let us know where you’ll be taking your OKC motorhome this month in the comments below!

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