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January

30 Wichita Mountains Classic Pig & Lamb Show - This show is presented by the Chamber's Agriculture Committee, and is held the second weekend in January annually.

Address: Great Plains Coliseum , Lawton, Oklahoma
Ph: 580-355-3541 (Always call and confirm events)
Web: www.chamberdata.net/webforms/EvtListing.asp

31 - 4 In Search of Eagles Tour - Interpretive program where participants are taken by bus to Special Use Areas, in search of bald and golden eagles. Eagle behavior and identification will be discussed. Binoculars are recommended. Tours depart from headquarters and will last approximately 3 hours. Children must be at least 8 years of age. Tours are scheduled only on Jan 6, 12, 13 , 19, 20, 26, 27, and & February 2, 3, 9, 10

Event Hours: 1:30pm

Address: Wichita Mountains Wildlife Refuge , Lawton, Oklahoma
Ph: 580-429-2151 (Always call and confirm events)
Web: www.friendsofthewichitas.org/
Fee: Reservations are required; fee is $5 per person

February

1 - 3 For the Love of Quilts - Judged quilt show featuring over 200 entries. Other features will include a special showing of quilts by pictorial art quilt professional Carol Sinnreich, quilt appraisals by nationally known Sharon Newman, and the traveling Hoffman exhibit. Thu 7-8:30pm, Fri-Sat 10am-5pm. Handicap Accessible.

Address: Great Plains Coliseum (920 Sheridan Rd) , Lawton, Oklahoma
Ph: 580-252-0387 (Always call and confirm events)
Web: www.wmqg.eboard.com

17OK0203017e041 - Lawton FUNKY JUNK Flea Market - JUNKING DONE FUN!!!!! A new monthly market featuring ~ Vintage merchandise, antiques, collectibles, misc. memorabilia, ARTS & CRAFTS ~ repurposed junk ~ books, retro, magazines, recycled items, coins, tools, auto accessories, sports equipment, outdoors toys and more, more, more .......... Bring your friends and shop for some funky~chic~fabulous finds! 9am to 4pm.

~Dealer/vendor/crafter space available $25.00~

2012 Market dates:

February 25th

March 17th

April 7th

Address: Comanche Co. Fairgrounds, 920 S. Sheridan Rd. , Lawton, Oklahoma
Ph: 405-596-1687 (Always call and confirm events)
Email: montagefestivals@earthlink.net
Web: www.montagefestivals.com
Fee: Free

March

10 FUNKY JUNK Flea Market - JUNKING DONE FUN!!!!! A new monthly market featuring ~ Vintage merchandise, antiques, collectibles, misc. memorabilia, ARTS & CRAFTS ~ repurposed junk ~ books, retro, magazines, recycled items, coins, tools, auto accessories, sports equipment, outdoors toys and more, more, more .......... Bring your friends and shop for some funky~chic~fabulous finds! 9am to 4pm.

~Dealer/vendor/crafter space available $25.00~

2012 Market dates:

February 25th

March 17th

April 7th

Address: Comanche Co. Fairgrounds, 920 SW. Sheridan Rd. , Lawton, Oklahoma
Ph: 405-596-1687 (Always call and confirm events)
Email: montagefestivals@earthlink.net
Web: www.montagefestivals.com
Fee: Free

14 THE Heart Link Network Event - The Heart Link Network® is an international female networking organization with over 200 chapters in the USA, Canada, and Australia - one of the largest female networking organizations in the world. Our event format is based on years of research on the female endocrine system, psychology of women, and communication. At our fun and professional networking events, we gather for a meal (included), connect and collaborate, and each woman has 3 minutes in the spotlight to share her business, samples, and literature!

Only $25 to attend. No membership fee required.
Your business category is reserved, and a light meal & roster of attendees is provided.
Only one woman may represent a company or professional industry. Register early!

For more information: www.73505.theheartlinknetwork.com
Events are business-exclusive and invitation only.
Your pre-payment is your reservation. *Ask me how to save on your registration fee*

Upcoming Event:

Date of event: March 21, 2012
Time: 12:00~2:00
@ 5516 NW Wilfred Dr.
RSVP: (808) 754-6960
Email: heartlink73505@yahoo.com

Come “Linked”: Register a friend to attend with you! You and your *first-time* guest may register together for just $40 for the two of you! ($10 savings!)

Monthly Honorees: Each month, The Heart Link Network® honors women in our community. Honorees attend for just $10. Ask me who our Honorees are this month!

What women are saying about The Heart Link Network® events


"Most of us were strangers at the beginning of the evening, but by the end, I felt like I had a whole new group of girlfriends!”
"This format allows me to learn about the women in my community and the businesses they represent."
“Being new to town and new to my business, I really needed a way to meet women on a friendship level and a professional level as well. The Heart Link Network meetings in my city give me that opportunity.”
“If I ever miss a meeting, call the hospital!!”

Address: 5516 NW Wilfred Drive, Lawton, OK , Lawton, Oklahoma
Ph: 808-754-6960 (Always call and confirm events)
Email: heartlink73505@yahoo.com
Web: www.73505.theheartlinknetwork.com
Fee: $25

16 - 18 Home & Garden Show - This annual show is presented by the Lawton Home Builders Association. Handicap Accessible. Fri 4-8pm, Sat 9am-6pm, Sun noon-5pm.

Address: Comanche County Coliseum Fairgrounds, 920 Sheridan Rd , Lawton, Oklahoma
Ph: 580-355-2490 (Always call and confirm events)
Email: lhba@lawtonhomebuilders.com
Web: www.lawtonhomebuilders.com
Fee: $2 per person

16 March Madness Makeovers - 3 Grand Prize Winners will win

a $2,500 shopping spree, plus
a $5,000 donation

... ... to the charity of your choice*
... ...
See how a makeover can make a beautiful
difference in you and your community!

1. Entry/Submission - April 4 - June 4
2. Public Voting - June 5 - June 15
3. Private Judging - June 15 - July 13

****ALL PHOTOS WILL BE SUMITTED STARTING APRIL 4TH****

INCENTIVE FOR ATTENDING: Raffles tickets will be sold: 10 tickets for $5 and full body length for $10, enter drawing for a FREE starter kit after signing an agreement to become a consultant, bring a guest and receive additional raffle tickets (BRING ALL YOUR GIRLFRIENDS for an awesome time).

You will also enjoy a light meal (finger foods)

Just added Jewels By Park Lane. Select pieces of Jewelry will be on display and catalogs to purchase the BLING BLING you need.

Park Lane is known for a fabulous SAVINGS PROGRAM for customers known as "The Matching Value Bonus Item". This program allows the shopper to choose items that they desire and then to select additional items EQUAL to their purchased items for a bonus item of only $12 pe...r item.

HERE'S HOW IT WORKS
-If your order is $30 or more, (excluding tax and shipping), you may then choose any ONE item equal (but not more than) the amount of the original purchase and pay only $12 + tax for the additional item, called a BONUS ITEM.
-If your order is $60 or more, (excluding tax and shipping), you may then choose any TWO items equal (but not more than) the amount of the original purchase and pay only $12 + tax each for the additional items, called BONUS ITEMS.
-If your order is $90 or more, (excluding tax and shipping), you may then choose any THREE items equal (but not more than) the amount of the original purchase and pay only $12 + tax each for the additional items, called BONUS ITEMS

Visit https://www.facebook.com/events/310315039023371/ to RSVP.See More

Address: 1125 E. Gore Boulevard , Lawton, Oklahoma
Ph: 808-754-6960 (Always call and confirm events)
Email: bwarren_vzw@marykay.com
Web: www.marykay.com/bwarren_vzw
Fee: Free

24 Holy City of the Wichitas' Easter Passion Play - The birth, life, death and resurrection of Jesus Christ, portrayed in pantomime, is performed outdoors under lights at the Holy City of the Wichitas while readers broadcast the script. Food, restrooms and gift shop on site. Free parking; reservations requested for bus and handicap parking. Group tours available year round at Holy City of the Wichitas with reservations. Pageant is performed two consecutive Saturday evenings only amidst the natural beauty of the Wichita Mountains Wildlife Refuge. 8:30pm. Handicap Accessible.

Address: Wichita Mountains Wildlife Refuge , Lawton, Oklahoma
Ph: 580-429-3361 (Always call and confirm events)
Web: holycityofthewichitas.net
Fee: A $5 donation is suggested.

24OK0203017e049 - Lawton Annual FBE Car Show - First Baptist East Church is hosting our Annual Car Show. 1st and 2nd place Trophies for 20 different classes of cars and trucks, plus 2 classes for motorcyles. Six special awards including Best of Show and Club Award. $20 Pre-registration (if received by March 25); $25 Registration (day of show). All proceeds go to fund Youth Summer Mission Trip.

Address: 3302 SE Lee Blvd., Lawton, Oklahoma , Lawton, Oklahoma
Ph: 580-355-6190 (Always call and confirm events)
Fax: 580-355-6956
Email: harryross@fbe-lawton.org
Fee: $20 Pre-registration; $25 Day of Event

31 Holy City of the Wichitas' Easter Passion Play - The birth, life, death and resurrection of Jesus Christ, portrayed in pantomime, is performed outdoors under lights at the Holy City of the Wichitas while readers broadcast the script. Food, restrooms and gift shop on site. Free parking; reservations requested for bus and handicap parking. Group tours available year round at Holy City of the Wichitas with reservations. Pageant is performed two consecutive Saturday evenings only amidst the natural beauty of the Wichita Mountains Wildlife Refuge. 8:30pm. Handicap Accessible.

Address: Wichita Mountains Wildlife Refuge , Lawton, Oklahoma
Ph: 580-429-3361 (Always call and confirm events)
Web: holycityofthewichitas.net
Fee: A $5 donation is suggested.

April

31 FUNKY JUNK FLEA MARKET - Funky Junk Flea Market offers an array of treasures waiting to be discovered. Browse antiques, collectibles and arts and crafts galore. Funky Junk Market will also feature re-purposed , recycled, and Vintage items, as well as books, magazines, coins, tools and more. At this market, you may find what you're looking for, or a unique item you didn't expect to find at all...
JUNKING Done Fun !!!!
Want to sell your stuff? Space Available!! sign up online. Up coming dates~ May12~June 9~July 7 Join us for the best 'junk round-up' around' ! Free Admission!!!

Address: Comanche Co. Fairgrounds, 920 SW. Sheridan Rd. , Lawton, Oklahoma
Ph: 405-596-1687 (Always call and confirm events)
Email: montagefestivals@earthlink.net
Web: www.montagefestivals.com
Fee: Free

11 - 14 Red River Encampments - Held each spring and fall at the Museum of the Great Plains, visitors take a trip back in time and catch a glimpse of life in the 1890s.

Ph: 580-581-3760 (Always call and confirm events)
Email: mgp@sirinet.net
Web: www.museumgreatplains.org

May

4 - 6 Arts for All Festival - Southwest Oklahoma's largest and most popular cultural event. This festival draws over 40,000 people and features visual arts, non-stop entertainment and tempting foods. More than 200 artists and area groups entertain visitors with a diversity of visual and performing arts. Visitors can view paintings, pottery, photography, sculptures, and enjoy terrific entertainment provided by performers from Southwest Oklahoma. The second weekend in May. Fri 11am-8pm, Sat 10am-8pm, Sun 11am-5pm.
Contributing sponsor, Journey Productions, Outdoor Event Facilitators.

Address: Shepler Park , Lawton, Oklahoma
Ph: 580-248-5384 (Always call and confirm events)
Email: afa@sirinet.net
Web: www.lawtonafa.org
Fee: Free

12 Armed Forces Day Celebration - Billed as the largest Armed Forces Day Parade in the nation, this May event boasts more than 100 entries each year. Parade at 10am from Central Mall to Elmer Thomas Park followed by all-day events including free concert, food, activities, vendors and fireworks.

Address: 3rd & Ferris Avenue/Elmer Thomas Park , Lawton, Oklahoma
Ph: 580-355-3541 (Always call and confirm events)
Fax: 580-357-3642
Email: amy@lawtonfortsillchamber.com
Web: www.lawtonfortsillchamber.com
Fee: Free

June

Tour of the Wichitas' Bike Race - Held each June, five different courses challenge participants. Each of the 12-, 30-, 50-, 60- and 100-mile races begin at Cameron University Stadium.

Ph: 580-355-1808 (Always call and confirm events)

9 - 17 WIldlife Tours - The public will have an opportunity to view wildlife on a bus tour of Pinchot Loop in the Special Use Area. A unique feature of this season is the young buffalo and longhorn calves. The tours are led by members of the Association of the Friends of the Wichitas. Reservations for the programs are accepted on a first-come, first-served basis by telephoning the Visitor Center weekdays

Address: Wichita Mountains National Wildlife Refuge , Lawton, Oklahoma
Ph: 580-429-3222 (Always call and confirm events)
Web: www.friendsofthewichitas.org
Fee: Reservations required. $5.00 reservation fee per participant

July

4 I Love America - 2:00....... Welcome Gates Open
2:00....... Car Show Opens
2:30....... Entertainment on Main Stage
3:00....... Car Show Awards Presentation
3:30....... Family Fun Zone Opens
5:30....... Special Musical Guest Carolina Story
6:15....... Former Power Team and Team Impact Member Carey Leighow
7:00....... Patriot Tribute with Ed Pulido, I Love America Choir and Orchestra
7:30....... Family Fun Zone Closes
7:30....... The I Love America 100 Voice Choir and 50 piece I Love America Orchestra
8:00....... Special Guest Reggie Dabbs
9:00....... National Recording Artist Joy Whitlock
9:45....... Concert in the Sky!
9:45....... Special appearance by National Recording Artist Joy Whitlock

Address: Elmer Thomas Park , Lawton, Oklahoma
Web: www.iloveamericalawton.com/
Fee: Free

4 FUNKY JUNK FLEA MARKET - Funky Junk Flea Market offers an array of treasures waiting to be discovered. Browse antiques, collectibles and arts and crafts galore. Funky Junk Market will also feature re-purposed , recycled, and Vintage items, as well as books, magazines, coins, tools and more. At this market, you may find what you're looking for, or a unique item you didn't expect to find at all...
JUNKING Done Fun !!!!
Want to sell your stuff? Space Available!! sign up online. Up coming dates~ May12~June 9~July 7 Join us for the best 'junk round-up' around' ! Free Admission!!!

Address: Comanche Co. Fairgrounds, 920 SW. Sheridan Rd. , Lawton, Oklahoma
Ph: 405-596-1687 (Always call and confirm events)
Email: montagefestivals@earthlink.net
Web: www.montagefestivals.com
Fee: Free

7 - 21 Under Cover of Darkness - These interpretive tours are open to the general public. Participants will have an opportunity to search for wildlife and other special features of the night. This tour is unique in that it describes an aspect of the Refuge that visitors do not normally experience. The tours are led by members of the Association of the Friends of the Wichitas. Interpreters will assist visitors in understanding the management practices of the Refuge for all species of animals and their habitats, especially those associated with the night.
Flashlights with red lens covers (red celophane will work) are recommended to increase safety moving to and from the bus. Tours will originate at the Visitor Center. Visitors may obtain a Refuge leaflet and map from one of the dispensers located at each of the five entrances.

Ph: 580.429.2151 (Always call and confirm events)
Web: www.friendsofthewichitas.org

August

27 Lawton Birthday Celebration - Come and join the birthday celebration of the cities of Lawton and Fort Sill. Festivities include great food and entertainment.

Free Music & Movie:

7:30 p.m. Opening Ceremony
8:00 p.m. Tim Tate Nevaquaya, Comanche Flute
8:30 p.m. Ali Harter, Award-Winning Singer/Songwriter/Musician
9:30 p.m. "Barking Water", Award-Winning Film & SW OK Premiere

Address: Elmer Thomas Park, 3rd & NW Ferris Ave , Lawton, Oklahoma
Ph: 580-581-3471 (Always call and confirm events)
Web: www.cityof.lawton.ok.us/lahc/lawtonftsillbi

1 - 4 Lawton Rangers PRCA Rodeo - Four days of festivities that include a parade, watermelon festival and dance. The week's highlight is the Lawton Rangers PRCA Rodeo - one of the premier events on the PRCA tour. An annual event for more than 50 years, rodeo action gets underway at 7:45pm.

Address: L.O Ranch (east of Lawton and south of Highway 7) , Lawton, Oklahoma
Ph: 580-355-1176 (Always call and confirm events)
Web: www.lawtonrangers.org

September

30 - 20 Bugling Elk Tours - The Wichita Mountains Wildlife Refuge will be conducting "Bugling Elk" tours for the general public during September and October, Thursday, Saturday, and Sunday. The tours will take participants into the Refuge's Special Use Area during the height of the elk mating season, thus, offering a unique opportunity for wildlife viewing.
At this time of year the bull elk compete for available females to form their harems. To vent their feelings of frustration and aggression, the bull elk produces a high-pitched whistling sound. Tour participants have the opportunity to hear the bugling and to search for elk in their natural habitat. Other species of wildlife such as bison, white-tailed deer, and wild turkey are not uncommon during the tour although weather conditions make wildlife viewing opportunities unpredictable.

Address: Wichita Mountains Wildlife Refuge , Lawton, Oklahoma
Ph: 580-429-3222 (Always call and confirm events)
Web: www.friendsofthewichitas.org
Fee: Reservations required. $5.00 reservation fee per participant

6 Longhorn Auction - Auction of excess longhorns I order to maintain appropriate numbers of the animals within the confines of the Wichita Mountains Wildlife Refuge. 12 noon @ Refuge corrals immediately north of the Refuge headquarters, 12 miles northwest of Cache, Oklahoma off highway 49.

Ph: 580429-3222 (Always call and confirm events)
Web: lawtonfortsillchamber.com

8 Pickers Paradise Flea Market - Pickers Paradise Flea Market at the Comanche Co. Fairgrounds is a monthly market that offers vintage, antiques & collectibles, this & that, arts & crafts, knickknacks, new & used merchandise, unique treasures and much more! Shop early for the best selection from the market vendors. 9am to 4pm JUNKIN’ DONE FUN!!! Want to sell your stuff? Space Available!! sign up through email or call.

Address: Comanche Co. Fairgrounds, 920 SW. Sheridan Rd. , Lawton, Oklahoma
Ph: 405-596-1687 (Always call and confirm events)
Email: montagefestivals@earthlink.net
Fee: Free

11 - 13 Shoshone Reunion - The Shoshone Reunion was conceived in a gathering of Comanche and Shoshones discussing questions of origin, history, and language.

Some of the motivating factors for establishing a Reunion include: Quest for common history, answers to questions of relationship, history and customs, desire to reunite and learn from one another and the yearning to rekindle relationships.

Ph: 580-429-2477 (Always call and confirm events)

18 - 22 Red River Encampments - Held each spring and fall at the Museum of the Great Plains, visitors take a trip back in time and catch a glimpse of life in the 1890s.

Ph: 580-581-3760 (Always call and confirm events)
Web: www.museumgreatplains.org

21 - 23 International Festival - Celebrates the cultural diversity of Lawton-Fort Sill. This annual event hosts a wide variety of food booths, art, crafts, displays, and outstanding performances and entertainment from around the world. Last full week-end in September. Fri 5-10pm, Sat 11am-10pm, Sun noon-5pm.

The Shoshone Reunion was conceived in a gathering of Comanche and Shoshones discussing questions of origin, history, and language Some of the motivating factors for establishing a Reunion include: Quest for common history, answers to questions of relationship, history and customs, desire to reunite and learn from one another and the yearning to rekindle relationships.

Contributing sponsor, Journey Productions, Outdoor Event Facilitators.

Address: Elmer Thomas Park , Lawton, Oklahoma
Ph: 580-581-3470 (Always call and confirm events)
Web: www.lawtonfortsillchamber.com
Fee: Free

October

21 - 23 Comanche Nation Fair - Annual fall event which brings together Native American tribes from all of North America. The three-day event features traditional Native American activities including horse racing, fire dancing, hand games, storytelling, and dancing. The dance competition, a major part of the fair, is perhaps the most colorful event and photography is allowed. Free camping available. Fri 6-11pm, Sat 7am-1am, Sun 7am-7pm.

Address: Comanche Nation Complex , Lawton, Oklahoma
Ph: 800-872-4540 (Always call and confirm events)
Email: comanche_news@yahoo.com
Web: www.comanchenation.com
Fee: Free

29 - 21 Trail of Fear Scream Park - Join us for one of Oklahoma's larges haunted attractions! The Scream Park is open every year in October with a combination of indoor and outdoor attractions and activities, vendors, shows and fun for all ages. Our pumpkin junction is suitable for children 10 and under. See website for weekend and weekday schedules.

Address: 11101 SE Leee Blvd , Lawton, Oklahoma
Ph: 580591-2266 (Always call and confirm events)
Email: bob@trailoffear.com
Web: trailoffear.com/

13 Pickers Paradise Flea Market - Pickers Paradise Flea Market at the Comanche Co. Fairgrounds is a monthly market that offers vintage, antiques & collectibles, this & that, arts & crafts, knickknacks, new & used merchandise, unique treasures and much more! Shop early for the best selection from the market vendors. 9am to 4pm PICKIN’ DONE FUN !!!! Want to sell your stuff? Space Available!! sign up @ montagefestivals@earthlink.net or call 405-596-1687.

Address: Comanche Co. Fairgrounds, 920 SW. Sheridan Rd. , Lawton, Oklahoma
Ph: 405-596-1687 (Always call and confirm events)
Email: montagefestivals@earthlink.net
Fee: Free

13 - 14 Lawton Dog Fanciers Show - Join us for our show, 8 a.m. Additional information is available by email or visiting the website.

Address: Comanche County Fairgrounds, 920 SW Sheridan Rd , Lawton, Oklahoma
Ph: 580-585-2906 (Always call and confirm events)
Web: www.gpcoliseum.com

13 - 14 Comanche War Dance Annual Man Dance - SATURDAY- Annual Man Dance 1:00 PM TO 10:00 PM SUPPER 5:00 PM TO 6:00 PM

SUNDAY- 2:00 pm TO 8:00 pm Gourd Dance with supper @ 5:00 to 6:00 pm. Grand Entry_8:00 pm Contest and Intertribal.

Comanche War Scouts reserves all rights and will be in charge both days.

Co-Hosted by. the Wahnee Family and the Chestnah Family. Security will be
provided

Vendors will have a 35 dollar fee Sunday. No vendors on Saturday since this is a ceremonial day. SUNDAY ONLY $35 .00 or a donation of the same price for the raffles on SUNDAY.

Address: Comanche Tribal Complex North of the City. , Lawton, Oklahoma
Ph: Contact 580-682-1438 (Always call and confirm events)
Fax: 580-246-8240
Email: jarvis_poahway@yahoo.com
Fee: No admission.

15 Comanche Nation Annual Faith House - Haunted house with games, costume contest, cake walks, prizes and arts & crafts. 6-10pm.

Address: Comanche Nation Complex , Lawton, Oklahoma
Ph: 580-492-3752 (Always call and confirm events)
Fee: Free

18 Buffalo Auction - Auction of excess buffalo in order to maintain appropriate numbers of the animals within the confines of the Wichita Mountains Wildlife Refuge. 12 noon @ Refuge corrals immediately north of the Refuge headquarters, 12 miles northwest of Cache, Oklahoma off highway 49.

Ph: 580-429-3222 (Always call and confirm events)

November

27 Lawton/Fort Sill Cowboy Story Hour *A Gathering At the Cook Fire* - The Lawton Fort Sill Cowboy Story Hour *A Gathering At the Cook Fire* will provide an evening of entertainment and education on the life and times of the late 1880's. 7PM.

Address: Cameron University Theatre , Lawton, Oklahoma
Ph: 580-351-8862 (Always call and confirm events)
Email: mpeppel@earthlink.net/maplespringf@yahoo.com
Web: barkingwaterproductions.com
Fee: FREE

28 Native American Marine Corps Veterans 236th Birthday Celebration - Native American Marine Corps Veterans Celebrating the United States Marine Corps 236th Birthday. Flag Ceremony at 11:00 am Flag of Theodore Morgan USMC Ceremony at 12:00 (Noon) Gourd Dance at 1:00 pm Dinner at 5:30 pm Gourd Dance continued until 11:00 pm USMC Honorees: Robert Short, Thompson Flute & Richard Sapcutt Masters of Ceremonies: Gary Kodaseet & Sammy "Tonekei"; White Head Singers: Parker Emhoolah, Jim Anquoe & Ernest Toppah; Head Lady: Mary Lou Stephenson Tselee; Arena Director: Ross Bointy; Vendor Information Contact Fran Cady (405) 246-5901.

Address: 584 N.W. Bingo Road, Lawton, Oklahoma 73507 , Lawton, Oklahoma
Ph: 405-933-2175 (Always call and confirm events)
Email: kimberlytoyekoyah@ymail.com
Fee: Free

10 - 23 Holiday in the Park - Over one million lights illuminate a park of unique Christmas displays. Entertainment features choirs, horse-drawn carriage rides, skaters, and Old Saint Nick! Visitors also find many other activities to enjoy at this festive time of the year - The Messiah, the Living Christmas Tree, choral concerts, the Nutcracker, candlelight strolls at Fort Sill, and much more. Lights on from 6pm-midnight.
Contributing sponsor, Journey Productions, Outdoor Event Facilitators.

Address: Elmer Thomas Park , Lawton, Oklahoma
Ph: 800-872-4540 (Always call and confirm events)
Email: vanhoozerd@aol.com
Web: lawtonfortsillchamber.com
Fee: Free

16 - 18 Craft Harvest Show - Over 200 craft booths. Sponsored by Lawton Crafts, Arts & Hobby Association. For more information, contact Mary Lou Oliver 580.355.5931. Friday, Noon to 8pm; Saturday 10am to 6pm; Sunday, noon to 5pm

Address: Great Plains Coliseum, 920 SW Sheridan Rd , Lawton, Oklahoma
Ph: 580-357-1483 (Always call and confirm events)
Web: lawtonfortsillchamber.com
Fee: Free

December

31 - 6 Holiday in the Park - Over one million lights illuminate a park of unique Christmas displays. Entertainment features choirs, horse-drawn carriage rides, skaters, and Old Saint Nick! Visitors also find many other activities to enjoy at this festive time of the year - The Messiah, the Living Christmas Tree, choral concerts, the Nutcracker, candlelight strolls at Fort Sill, and much more. Lights on from 6pm-midnight.
Contributing sponsor, Journey Productions, Outdoor Event Facilitators.

Address: From 3rd St to 10th St on W Gore Blvd. , Lawton, Oklahoma
Ph: 800-872-4540 (Always call and confirm events)
Email: vanhoozerd@aol.com

24 - 25 Wichita Mountain Classic Steer, Lamb, and Heifer Show - FIRST WEEKEND - Annually this livestock show draws entries from the entire southwest region. One of the most prestigious OCCA sanctioned livestock shows in the country. Youth under l8 years of age compete for cash awards, jackets, and use of a livestock trailer for one year. 8 AM.

Ph: 580-355-3541 (Always call and confirm events)
Web: lawtonfortsillchamber.com

24 Holiday in the Park - Over one million lights illuminate a park of unique Christmas displays. Entertainment features choirs, horse-drawn carriage rides, skaters, and Old Saint Nick! Visitors also find many other activities to enjoy at this festive time of the year - The Messiah, the Living Christmas Tree, choral concerts, the Nutcracker, candlelight strolls at Fort Sill, and much more. Lights on from 6pm-midnight.
Contributing sponsor, Journey Productions, Outdoor Event Facilitators.

Address: Elmer Thomas Park , Lawton, Oklahoma
Ph: 580-353-0602 (Always call and confirm events)
Email: jgarrett@lawton-constitution.com
Web: lawtonfortsillchamber.com

Attractions and Upcoming Events

Lake Elmer Thomas Recreation Area

Lake Elmer Thomas Recreation Area is your one-stop family fun and outdoor recreation location. LETRA is nestled in the picturesque Wichita Mountains and offers a 360-acre lake surrounded by native prairie.

Lawton, OK Recreation



Mattie Beal Home

The Historic Mattie Beal Home is a 3,580 square foot, 14-room mansion constructed in 1907-1909. It sits on a portion of the 160-acres selected by Mattie Beal, the young woman whose name was drawn second in the Kiowa-Comanche-Apache Land Lottery of 1901

Lawton, OK Museums

Little Chapel

The Little Chapel was built in 1902 and is believed to be Lawton's oldest remaining public building. Its stained glass and restored antique organ are a highlight of any visity to Lawton .

Lawton, OK Historic Churches

Things to do near Lawton, OK

Mangum Golf Course

Mangum's 9-hole public golf course is the best in this part of the state boasting well kept greens and fairways. There is als...