December 4th, 2018 by

Have you poured your fresh cup of egg nog? Have you baked a fresh batch of figgy pudding? – what exactly is figgy pudding? If you haven’t noticed, Christmas time is here! Yes, Christmas music can be heard playing on the radio, Tulsa and Broken Arrow both have their ice rinks ready for skating, and the wonders of Christmas lights are all aglow.

The holiday season is in full swing. For all you Christmas aficionados, it’s a great time to be in Oklahoma. Oklahoma has a long list of holly-jolly, family-fun Christmas activities, festival, parades, and light shows. While you surely can’t make it to every Christmas-themed event in our great state, Ferguson Buick GMC has put together a short list of Christmas events, in and around Green Country, to help get you started.

Oklahoma Christmas Parades
Tulsa Christmas Parade (December 8th)
Okmulgee Festival of Lights Parade (December 6th)
Wagoner Christmas Parade (December 6th)
Bristow Christmas Parade (December 6th)
Tahlequah Christmas Parade – A Candy Land Christmas (December 7th)
Claremore Christmas Parade – An Oklahoma Christmas (December 7th)
Sapulpa Chamber Christmas Parade – Christmas at the Movies! (December 8th)
Owasso Christmas Parade (December 8th)
Mannford Christmas Parade (December 13th)
Skiatook Christmas Parade (December 14th)
Oologah Christams Parade (December 15th)

Oklahoma Holiday Light Shows & Displays
Lights on the Island (Poteau, Oklahoma) (November 16th – December 25th)
Chickasha Light Festival (November 17th – December 31st)
Fantasy Land of Lights (Bartlesville) (November 20th – December 30th)
Ponca City Festival of Angels (November 21st – December 30th)
Broken Arrow Rhema Christmas Lights (November 22nd – January 1st)
Winter Wonderland Christmas Light Tour (Ketchum) (November 22nd – January 1st)
Bartlesville Woolaroc Wonderland of Lights (November 23rd – December 23rd)
Garden of Lights Muskogee (November 23rd – January 1st)
The Castle of Muskogee’s Christmas Festival (November 29th – December 31st)
Grand Lake Christmas Light Boat Parade (December 8th)

As we get deeper into the holiday season, temperatures drop and roads get more hazardous. Before venturing out to your Christmas activities, make sure your vehicle is winter-ready by bringing it in, to see our GM Certified technicians, at our Ferguson Buick GMC Service Center.

If the cold is persistently putting a damper on your holiday spirit, it might be time to consider a new vehicle; such as the new 2019 Buick Envision. With available heated front seats, an available heated steering wheel, an available tri-zone HVAC automatic climate control; you and your passengers can stay nice and toasty.