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Top Family Events in the Oklahoma City Metro
Dec. 12-14, 2014

MetroFamily's Weekend Picks is your go-to source for weekend family fun. Whether you live in OKC, Edmond, Moore, Norman or nearby, we'll help you find the best weekend activities for your family. Be sure to fill out the form at the end of the page to receive Weekend Picks by email every Thursday! 

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FREE Gingerbread House Contest at the Edmond Historical Society & Museum (4315 S Boulevard, Edmond) allows guests of all ages to participate in its 5th annual competition. Guests can view the sweet creations and enjoy holiday-themed activities, music and treats. Saturday, 2pm. http://bit.ly/gngrbrdhouse

  • FREE Pictures with Santa at Mustang Town Center (1201 Mustang Rd, Mustang) features the man in red. All ages. Bring your own camera or use professional photographer provided. Thursday, 5-8pm. http://bit.ly/santapicsmustang 
  • Home for the Holidays at OCU School of Theatre (2501 N Blackwelder) features a Broadway style dance extravaganza. $29. Thursday, Friday & Saturday, 8pm; Saturday & Sunday, 2pm. http://bit.ly/homefortheholidaysokcu
  • "It’s a Wonderful Life: a Live Radio Play" at OCU School of Theatre (2501 N Blackwelder) is a stage version of the Christmas classic. $12. Thursday, Friday & Saturday, 8pm; Sunday, 2pm. http://bit.ly/itsawonderfullifeocu
  • FREE Cleveland County Craft Show at Norman's Cleveland County Fairgrounds (615 E Robinson, Norman) offers holiday shopping from more than 90 vendors featuring top brands and homemade items. Saturday, 9am-4pm. http://bit.ly/cccraftfair
  • FREE Norman Christmas Parade (Main St from Pickard Ave to Crawford Ave) features “A Frozen Christmas” theme with marching bands, floats and everyone's favorite, Santa Claus. Saturday, 10am. http://bit.ly/normanchristmasparade
  • Swim with Santa at the Foster Indoor Pool (614 NE 4th) gives kids a chance to enjoy holiday water games along with music, prizes and pictures with Santa. $2. Saturday, 10am. http://bit.ly/swimwithsanta
  • City of Edmond’s 1st Annual Ugly Holiday Lights Run at Mitch Park (1501 W Covell, Edmond) is a 5K and one-mile fun run. Runners are encouraged to wear an ugly holiday sweater to help offset the cost of the lights display. Preregister. $15 for fun run, $25 for 5K. Saturday, 2-5pm. http://bit.ly/uglyrunedmond
  • FREE "The Christmas Show" at The Gate Church (7700 N. Council) features live music, dances and acting. Take a journey through a winter wonderland and discover the reason for the season. Sunday, 5pm. http://bit.ly/Christmas_Show
  • FREE Sunday Evenings in the Crystal Bridge at Myriad Botanical Gardens (301 W Reno) gives the public a way to enjoy the holiday light displays as well as free admission to the Crystal Bridge Tropical Conservatory. Sunday, 6-9pm. http://bit.ly/sundayscrystalbridge

 

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