Cooler weather welcomes Christmas spirit to Oklahoma events

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OKLAHOMA CITY – It’s starting to feel colder, and that means that a lot of families are getting into the Christmas spirit.

On Friday night, families can attend the Christmas Tree Lighting Ceremony in Stockyard City. Visitors can enjoy late shopping and caroling by Ozzie’s Alumni Choir from Capitol Hill High School.

For two weeks in November, the American Quarter Horse Association World Championship show comes to town. On Friday night at 7 p.m. and Saturday at 8 a.m., visitors can watch the final competitions and see some of the best riders in the world showcase their talents.

It’s time again for the Red Earth art Center’s ‘Red Earth Tree Fest.’ Check out 18 trees decorated with handmade ornaments celebrating the diverse Native American culture in our great state. This is at the Red Earth Museum and Art Center next to the Skirvin Hotel. It is free and open until Jan. 13.

You can watch Discover Oklahoma on Saturday at 6:30 p.m., right after the Saturday newscast.