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December in Seminole, OK

Updated: Nov 26, 2019


Snowman Wonderland is one of the top 10 places to see Christmas lights in Oklahoma. It is a local favorite and there is always a family fun Christmas adventure for everyone to enjoy. A free tram runs through the Christmas lights every evening, and three times a week Snowman Wonderland has activity nights. The activity nights might include art contests, caroling, dancing, and even free pictures with Santa. To see a full schedule of Snowman Wonderland, click here to visit its web page. You can also find them on Facebook and Instagram to see updates.


This year Seminole Main Street, Seminole Chamber, and Seminole Arts Council are partnering to make a Christmas festival on December 14th. Seminole Main Street will be filled with carolers, vendors, and spectators. The day starts at 10am and ends with a parade starting at 5pm.


The Seminole Christmas Parade starts at 5pm after the Christmas Festival on December 14. Spectators gather on both sides of Main Street to watch as the parade features cars, bands, floats, and Santa Claus. Many people will enjoy a delicious dinner at on of Seminole's restaurants after the parade.


Seminole hosts the Chocolate Festival annually in the month of December. This year's event will be on December 14th as it will play a part of our Christmas Festival. This event is a fundraiser for the Seminole Arts Council, and will be from 10am to 5pm at the Seminole Municipal Building.Tickets are $5 for 10 pieces of chocolate. In addition to the chocolate, there will also be a silent auction and a raffle! The Chocolate Festival is not only a local favorite but Oklahomans come from all over the state to get their favorite chocolate, desserts and goodies. The Seminole arts council is a non-profit 501(c)3 and all donations are tax deductible.


Two Sisters Flea Market is hosting a Holiday Craft Bazaar at Reynold's Wellness Center as a part of the Christmas Festival on December 14th. They are just a short walk or drive from Seminole Main Street. You can visit the 30 vendors booths for free just in time for the holidays! Learn more about their bazaar on their Facebook event.


First Baptist Church Seminole presents 2019 Dinner Theatre, "Looking for a Silent Night." Tickets are $7, and can be purchased ahead of time at FBC Seminole or at the door. Tickets include a meal, dessert and the performance of "Looking for a Silent Night".There are three different opportunities to enjoy the dinner theatre - December 11th, 14th, and 15th. For more information, visit their Facebook event.


Seminole High School Band hosts the 5K Hot Cocoa Fun Run on December 7th. Runners will line up in costumes and lights to enjoy a fun run around Seminole. It will start on Main Street, circle through the light displays at Magnolia Lake, and then come back on Main Street to finish. Free hot cocoa and peppermint sticks will be available for all runners. Participants who register early are guaranteed a shirt. Visit their website for more information.


Seminole Chamber of Commerce hosts an annual auction every year. On December 3rd at 5:30 pm, guests will come to this year's auction themed, "Hometown Christmas". The dress is casual. Guests will eat dinner at 6 pm and the auction will begin right after. An individual ticket is $40 and a table is $250 for non-members. For more information, call 405.382.3529.

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