The holidays are here and it's time to start shopping for the perfect gifts. If you're looking for the best deals on baby clothing in Central Oklahoma, you've come to the right place. From one-day markets to seasonal shelves, there are plenty of unique products to choose from. Kick off your holiday shopping with the FREE Parade of Lights in Old Town Moore (Main & Broadway, Moore).
This festive event includes a parade, the chance to meet Santa Claus and other Christmas characters, and plenty of Christmas items for children. Horseback riding and buggy rides are also available. For a truly unique shopping experience, head to the Pambe Ghana Global Market in Oklahoma City. In the south, Prairie Rose Gifts & Boutique in Duncan offers everything from women's clothing and modern jewelry to Oklahoma-themed t-shirts and OKLAHOMA-inspired gifts.
Sapulpa Native American Christmas Market is another great option for one-of-a-kind holiday shopping in Oklahoma. Here you'll find Seminola patchwork skirts, beads, paintings, turquoise jewelry, and sales on baby clothes and accessories for cold weather. If you're looking for locally made products, there are plenty of small businesses throughout south-central Oklahoma. To get the best deals, be sure to take advantage of Sweet Baby promotional codes that Kohl's launches in January. For a one-day shopping experience, check out the Holiday Arts & Crafts Show in Bixby. Here you'll find last-minute holiday gifts like gourmet foods made in Oklahoma, seasonal decorations, and regionally made clothing.
Christmas pop up stores in Oklahoma City are another great option for those who don't have time to wander around town looking at bookshelves. Midtown (10th & Hudson) has an open outdoor market with rotating local vendors offering gifts for everyone on your list. FREE Home for the Holidays in downtown Tuttle (221 W Main St, Tuttle) is another great place to find unique gifts. This event features carols, vendors, crafts for children, live choir performances, candies, tree lighting and a Christmas parade. Finally, don't forget to explore North Pole City in Oklahoma City.
Here you'll find Christmas decorations ranging from bells and bows to twinkling lights and decorative Santa Claus.