When it comes to spending quality family time with teens and tweens, it can be more challenging to find fun activities that older kids will love. Thankfully, Oklahoma City has plenty of activities and events to keep them entertained. We’ve hand-picked the best events to keep your older kids having fun all month long. Oklahoma City has something special for everyone!
Here are our top 5 picks for things to do with teens & tweens this month:
Through Dec. 9
Little Women: An Immersive Holiday Experience at Harn Homestead (1721 N Lincoln Blvd) features a quintessential coming-of-age story following the four March sisters as they grow up amid the backdrop of the Civil War. Best suited for ages 10 & up. Adults, $25; kids, $15. See website for show times.
Jane Austen’s Christmas Cracker at Shakespeare on the Paseo (2920 Paseo) features an interactive holiday classic with dancing, singing and sweet treats. $25 & up. See website for show times.
RACE’s Hip Hop Nutcracker at OCCC Visual and Performing Arts Center Theater (7777 S May Ave) features a reimagining of the classic holiday story as you follow Carlos on his hip-hop journey to self-discovery through magical lands filled with larger-than-life character. One performance will be narrated in Spanish. $23 & up. See website for show times.
March of the Trees Winter Solstice Celebration at Factory Obscura (25 NW 9th St) features a lighted march through Automobile Alley. Participants are invited to light up the night and dress as trees. 5:30-8 p.m.
OKiCon at Embassy Suites Norman (2501 Conference Dr, Norman) features concerts, parties, karaoke, cosplay and more.. $40 & up; kids, $25. Friday, noon-midnight; Saturday & Sunday, 10 a.m.-midnight.
Through Dec. 24
Lyric’s A Christmas Carol at Lyric’s Plaza Theatre (1727 NW 16th St) features Ebenezer Scrooge, a host of ghosts and Charles Dickens’ characters that bring to life the spectacular, new production. $25 & up. See website for show times.
Holiday Classic Movies at Harkins Bricktown (150 E Reno Ave) features special presentations of classic holiday films on the big screen including Elf and National Lampoon’s Christmas Vacation. $5. Tuesdays, 7 p.m.; Wednesdays, 1 p.m.