You've finally made it through the first two grueling days of the week. Wednesday is here with the weekend ever so close. So how about getting out and having some fun around Tulsa with events you can do Wednesday.
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BOK Center: The weather is right for you and your family to head out to Winterfest. Bundle up and buy some hot chocolate before you head out to the ice rink. There are also plenty of other free events and sights to see Downtown.
Christmas Lights: Head on over to Broken Arrow for their annual Rhema lights display. Visitors can see the displays at Rhema Baptist Church with two million lights and over 100,000 shimmering bulbs synchronized to Christmas music.
Muskogee: If Broken Arrow isn't your thing, then head to Muskogee's Garden of Lights showcase at Honor Heights Park. With more than 1,000,000 shimmering lights and 120 acres of trees, bushes and water areas decorated, you're bound to be in the Christmas season by the end of it.
For the Art Lovers: Head on over to Chapman Music Hall at the Performing Arts Center for Phill Cooper's newest showcase. Visitors can see his oil paintings of ordinary objects becoming extraordinary through the month of December from 10 a.m. to 5:30 p.m.
At the Theatre: The American Theatre Company is presenting an adaptation of "A Christmas Carol." With a large cast, gorgeous sets and costumes, and plenty of seasonal cheer, attendees are sure to be in the mood for all things Christmas. The show begins at 7:30 p.m.
BOK Center: If you are still looking for more "wow" in your evening head to Downtown where you can catch "Dralion" presented by Cirque du Soleil. The show's acrobatics and presentations of color and sounds begin at 7:30 p.m.
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