Add These Early Fall Oklahoma City Events To Your Calendar

Jean Jones
August 19, 2015


Early fall is a great time to explore the city and experience the fun and food provided by some great local Oklahoma City events. So plan ahead and add these great events to your calendar for September and October.

Paseo Arts District First Friday Gallery Walk
Sept. 4

Held the first Friday and Saturday of every month, the Paseo Arts District First Friday Gallery walk features more than 80 artists in more than 25 galleries, with four to six Opening Receptions showcasing new works. This is a great opportunity to take a leisurely stroll through this unique, historic district, soak up the unique atmosphere and view some unique art. The walk begins at 6 p.m. and ends at 10 p.m.

Oklahoma Shakespeare in the Park
Opening September 10

Come enjoy classical live theatre in an outdoor setting. Shakespeare in the Park’s production of Julius Caesar starts Sept 10th at the Myriad Botanical Gardens' Water Stage, located at 301 West Reno Avenue in Oklahoma City. This classic drama of high politics, featuring Caesar, Brutus, Mark Antony and Octavius, reveals the emotional currents that flow between men in power.

Oklahoma Indian Summer Festival 
September 17-20

Held at the Bartlesville Community Center in Bartlesville, OK, the Oklahoma Indian Summer Festival runs Thursday through Sunday. The event features music, authentic Indian art, storytelling, an InterTribal Powwow and some great food. There is no charge for admission, and everyone is welcome.

Oklahoma Regatta Festival
October 1-4

This 4-day festival takes place in the Boathouse District and includes rowing, kayaking and dragon boat events. This is a fun celebration for the entire family, featuring a children’s area, fireworks, delicious food from some of the city’s best restaurants, a wine and beer garden and front-row seating for all of the racing.

There's no excuse to be bored at home when there is so much to do and see this fall. Check out some of these events and keep an eye on the community calendar for other upcoming events.

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