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2021 Fall Events Guide

Oct 04, 2021

Fall 2020 was all about COVID-19, murder hornets, zombie hurricanes and historic wildfires.


Why should we be surprised that we’re now looking at Fall 2021: The Sequel. COVID is still with us, a lot like the Mad Titan, Thanos, was the ultimate bad guy in the Marvel Cinematic Universe Movies. The historic wildfires are still with us out west and murder hornets have been replaced by supply chain breakdown.


In the midst of the madness, we’re pulling together our annual Fall Events Guide. All of these events were still on schedule when we sent the Moore Monthly to print in late September. Frankly, you’ll want to double-check before attending any of the events listed in this year’s guide.


We can tell you this for certain: Moore’s Red Ribbon Parade has been cancelled again this year.

But as of the day we went to print in late September, Haunt Old Town is still a go for Saturday, October 30. And once again, all the rumors about Halloween are just rumors. October 31st is the official day for Halloween again this year. Yes. That is on Sunday this year.


With all these things in mind, we present to you a somewhat limited guide to events throughout the area through the end of the year. But even as we offer this guide to you, we are tapping you on the shoulder and reminding you, “These things may change!”







1005 SW 4th Street, Moore, OK


COVID INFORMATION: Standard COVID restrictions apply based on City of Moore mandates.



Central Park – 700 S. Broadway

Friday, October 2

8:45 p.m. to 11:00 p.m.

Join us for our first-ever Drive-In Movie featuring the classic Hocus Pocus. Start time around 8:45 pm with concessions on site. $5.00 per car- Limited to 120 cars. For more information call Moore Parks & Recreation at 405-793-5090 or visit




Central Park Multipurpose Pavilion – 700 S. Broadway

Saturday, October 2

9:00 a.m. to 3:00 p.m.
In case of inclement weather, the event will be moved inside The Station Recreation Center.
Vendors selling handmade items, crafts, quilts, yard art, food, farm produce, direct sale products, and other types of crafts. Food Truck:  Tiny Trailer Eats & Treats. For more information contact Moore Parks & Recreation at (405) 793-5090.




The Station Recreation Center – 700 2. Broadway

Friday, October 22

6:00 p.m. to 8:00 p.m.

Cost: $10 per person (pre-purchased), $15 per person (day of the dance)

This year’s dance features a “Stranger Things” themed dance for mothers and sons with lots of snacks, door prizes, games, and more. Costumes are greatly encouraged. Tickets can be purchased online at Call 793-5090 and ask Kasey for more information.




Moore Recycle Center – 220 N Telephone Rd. 

Saturday, October 23

8:00 a.m. - 12:00 p.m.

This event is moving from November to October this year, so make sure to mark your calendars. Volunteers will be on hand to help you with paper shredding and electronics. Please note that Printers, copiers & TV's over 32"  will NOT be accepted. Normal Drive-Thru Time: 8 am - 3 pm 

DEA National Prescription Take-Back Event:  8 am-Noon. The Moore Police Department will be at the recycling event accepting your unused or expired prescription drugs.  For more information, please call (405) 793-4373 




Brand Senior Center – 501 E. Main Street

Saturday, November 6

11:00 a.m. - 2:00 p.m.

Cost:  $5 per person 

Come enjoy a great bean dinner on behalf of the Moore Council On Aging and help support transportation for Seniors in Moore. Call (405) 799-3130 for more information.  




The Station Recreation Center – 700 2. Broadway

Saturday, December 4

8:00 a.m. – 10 a.m.

Cost: $8 per person

The jolly old elf will be making an early stop in Moore ahead of his regular Christmas duties to greet local boys and girls. Each child must be accompanied by an adult and each person must have a ticket. The event will feature breakfast, holiday crafts, and a visit with Santa himself.



Christmas Spectacular

Central Park Multipurpose Pavilion and Amphitheater – 700 S. Broadway

Saturday, December 4

7:00 p.m. to 8:30 p.m.
A free event with a special appearance by Santa Claus & Mrs. Claus, Christmas carolers, shopping at the Mini Merry Market, and Holiday fireworks sponsored by local businesses. A perfect way to begin the Holiday Season! Food Trucks:  Chef Rays Street Eats; Yum Pig; Pops Pockets; Dos Gringos Cabana; Some Like It Tot and City Ice Truck. Breweries:  The Big Friendly and 405 Brewing 




Moore’s Historic Old Town District

Saturday, October 30

4:00 p.m. to 7:00 p.m.

Businesses in Moore will set up booths in the heart of Moore’s Old Town District to hand out candy to the children of Moore & the surrounding areas. Providing a safe place to trick or treat.





1005 SW 4th Street, Moore, OK


Friday and Saturday Nights, Oct. 15 – Nov. 20

Dinner at 6:30 p.m., Pre-Show at 7:00 p.m., Main Show at 7:30pm.

The town of Summerville has gone crazy and Pearl has her hands full with her crazy neighbors and kids! Is prayer the answer? Watch out OK, it’s the return of the award-winning Pearl’s Prayer. Starring Kim Johnson, Mike Sanders, Dawn Thiry, and Andrew Faller. Tickets include dinner and show. Prices from $33 - $50. Call 405-793-7779 for tickets or info







1700 NE 63rd Street, OKC, OK

COVID INFORMATION: Standard COVID restrictions apply based on Oklahoma City mandates.



KIDS TAKE OVER THE COWBOY: Día de los Muertos – Saturday, October 2

10:00 a.m. to 12:00 p.m.

Día de los Muertos is a Mexican festival celebrated every year from October 31 – November 2 in commemoration of deceased friends and family members. Create a colorful sugar skull rock, a unique twist on a holiday tradition. Make tissue paper marigolds and papel picado, colorful symbols of the holiday, and enjoy storytime. Free for members or with Museum admission. All activities available while supplies last.


WILD WEATHER CAMP – Wednesday, October 20

10:30 a.m. to 1:00 p.m.

The Museum hosts David Payne’s Wild Weather Camp, a fun and interactive weather safety program developed by David Payne and the News 9 Weather Team for elementary students. Kids will learn about severe weather events and what to do in different scenarios.

Bring a sack lunch to enjoy after the 45-minute presentation, then explore weather-related art in the Museum galleries. Admission is free for students and chaperones (one per seven students). Ask about a bus travel reimbursement. Space is limited and preregistration is required by October 18. Visit to register or call (405) 478-2250 ext. 241.




10:00 a.m. to 2:00 p.m.

In partnership with the Cherokee Heritage Center in Tahlequah, Oklahoma, the National Cowboy Museum presents a Virtual Hybrid Cherokee Cultural Celebration. Students will experience a variety of activities related to 19th century Cherokee culture and lifestyle. Demonstrations in pottery making, storytelling, and corn husk doll making will highlight Cherokee lifestyle. Bring a sack lunch to enjoy. Admission is free for students and chaperones (one per seven students). Ask about a bus travel reimbursement. Space is limited and preregistration is required by November 1. Visit to register or call (405) 478-2250 ext. 241.




10:00 a.m. to 12:00 p.m.

Celebrate Oklahoma Statehood Day and watch Oklahoma history come to life in a performance by Rodeo Opry. This program teaches Oklahoma history through music and culture. Follow along with the listening guide to reveal interesting facts about Oklahoma. Suitable for older elementary through high school students. Bring a sack lunch to enjoy following the presentation, then explore Museum galleries. Admission is free for students and chaperones (one per seven students). Ask about a bus travel reimbursement. Space is limited and preregistration is required by November 12. Visit to register or call (405) 478-2250 ext. 241.




Civic Center Music Hall, 201 N. Walker, OKC, OK


COVID INFORMATION: Standard COVID restrictions apply based on Oklahoma City mandates.


Daily from 8:00 a.m. to 10:00 p.m.

Cost: $11 per person


Oklahoma's largest city blends together Wild West and Fine Art. On this fun-filled Oklahoma City scavenger hunt, make a loop around the city center in search of storied buildings, pretty canals and wondrous sculptures. How many bricks does it take to build Bricktown's ballpark? What does the Myriad Botanical Gardens' resident monkey like to eat? Find out on this scavenger hunt of Oklahoma City! This scavenger hunt is app-lead. No tour guide or reservation required.




Oklahoma City Zoo, 2101 NE 50th Street, OKC, OK

Saturdays and Sundays, 9:00 a.m. – 4:00 p.m.

October 9 & 10

October 16 & 17

October 23 & 24

October 30 & 31

The Oklahoma City Zoo is excited to offer three different bundle ticket options this year! You’ll want to visit to check out the combo details. Trick or Treat bags are limited to 100 bags every 15 minutes for a total of 400 trick-or-treaters per hour. Bags can only be picked up during designated time frame, will be picked up at check-in. Official trick-or-treat bags are required to participate. Other activities include:
Hay Maze in the Picnic Grounds
Pumpkin Painting Craft in Picnic Grounds ($5 for members/$6 for non-members)
Themed Sea Lion Show ($5 per person)
Bewitched Elephant Express Tram ($6 per person) and Carousel ($3 per person)


No weapons and full face masks allowed. Tickets are non-refundable after check-in time has passed. Military family members and voucher holders can purchase trick or treat bags upon arrival.




Oklahoma City Zoo, 2101 NE 50th Street, OKC, OK

Friday, October 29

7:00 p.m. to 11 p.m.

Cost: VIP admission is $60/$50 for members and includes early access, VIP lounge, and access to the sea lion presentation, carousel, and haunt zones. General Admission is $40/$30 for members and includes access to the sea lion presentation, carousel, and haunt zones. Purchase tickets at:

COVID INFORMATION: Standard COVID restrictions apply based on Oklahoma City mandates.

Haunt the Zoo: All Grown Up, Oklahoma City’s largest Halloween celebration, returns to the OKC Zoo offering adults 21 and older the opportunity to embrace their excitement for this seasonal festival. Halloween lovers are invited to this epic occasion featuring unique experiences created around the theme, Time Travel. Evening revelers will be transported through time to discover themed bars, delicious eats, live music, immersive haunted experiences and live music and performers.


The Zoo’s Herpetarium will be transformed into “1980s Nightmares,” an elaborately themed haunted experience presented through the lens of classic horror movies. Brave guests will be taken further back in time experiencing “Haunted DINO SAFARI,” a night-time trek through the Zoo’s DINO SAFARI, acres of life-size, animatronic dinosaurs with pre-historic surprises hidden throughout.


Dance through the decades with tunes and entertainment provided by international DJ destroyers/gladiators of rhythm, Brothers Griiin then swing by the 1920s Speakeasy Bar and karaoke tent to keep the party vibes flowing. “Spook”tacular foods, beer, spirits and signature cocktails will be available for purchase at multiple locations throughout the Zoo plus, local food trucks will also be on-site.





State Fair Park, OKC, OK


Friday – Sunday, October 22-24

9:00 a.m. to 6:00 p.m. on Friday and Saturday

11:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m. on Sunday

Cost: $10 includes unlimited re-entries throughout the weekend. Kids 12 and under free.

Oklahoma State Fairgrounds (Oklahoma Expo Hall, Centennial, Pavilion, and Modern Living Buildings)

For more information visit:


The three-day shopping event is in its 35th year and features unique, one-of-a-kind and often handmade items from jewelry and handbags to furniture, clothing and gourmet foods. It is a rare opportunity to shop for housewares, clothing, jewelry and more from artists, craftsmen and independent retailers from across the country in one place.



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