Hosted by: Jenifer Reynolds and Dino Lalli

Hosted by: Jenifer Reynolds and Dino Lalli

Hitch a ride with us each week to discover friendly folks, tucked-away attractions, roadside eateries, and grand adventures – from the extreme... to the serene – plus, insider tips for making your next Oklahoma get-away unforgettable!


Discover Oklahoma is shown Saturdays at 6:30 pm on KTUL-8 in Tulsa, KFOR-4 in Oklahoma City, KSWO-7 in Lawton. Or at 5:00 pm Saturday on KXII, Sherman/Denison, Texas and KCTU in Wichita, Kansas.

AIR DATE: December 20, 2014

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#1001 Locations: Guthrie, Tulsa, Norman, Enid, Lawton, Oklahoma City, Langley

It's that time of year to be with family and enjoy the Christmas spirit. This week we visit a few places around the state spreading Christmas cheer. We find the perfect "Made in Oklahoma" shopping spots and of course we have to share something to warm your belly.


A Territorial Christmas Celebration
405-282-1947 or Toll Free: 800-299-1889
Historic District Downtown
212 W Oklahoma
Guthrie, OK

Nov 29 to Dec 21

Step back in time at A Territorial Christmas Celebration in Guthrie with a live theatre production, historic home tours, live performances, a parade and so much more. Whether touring Victorian-era Guthrie while snacking on warm treats and hot wassail or viewing downtown, sparkling with thousands of Christmas lights, onboard a trolley, A Territorial Christmas Celebration is a perfect family-friendly getaway this holiday season.

Ida Red Boutique
3336 S Peoria Ave
Tulsa, OK

Located in Tulsa's Brookside district, Ida Red Boutique is an unique store specializing in Made in Oklahoma products, Cain's Ballroom clothing and merchandise, TOM's shoes, Tulsa T-shirts and postcards, and retro candy and soda. Check out Ida Red Boutique in Tulsa for an ever-changing collection of one-of-a-kind Oklahoma items and more.

Birds of a Feather
1210 McGee Dr
Norman, OK

Birds of a Feather is a Marketplace Boutique with a variety of makers specializing in Handmade, Local, Art, Fashion, Vintage & Repurposed goods. Classes available to to you at the shop include canvas painting, candle making and chalk paint techniques. They are located in Norman’s Historic Hollywood Theater and has over 6,000 square feet of vendor space and we have a boutique in our lobby. The amazing staff is ready to help you with your shopping needs. Gift wrapping is available for everyday and seasonal gifting as well as baby and gift registries.

Five80 Coffeehouse
122 E Randolph Ave
Enid, OK

For a fresh cup of coffee or delicious sweet treat, head to Five80 Coffeehouse in Enid. This welcoming coffee shop is known for their delicious desserts, coffee, tea and specialty drinks. The unique downtown shop features a traditional pour over and specialty drinks like a chai latte, caramel macchiato and toffee cappuccino. Also try cold brew coffee, iced tea or other chilled drinks like smoothies or frappes. Five80 Coffeehouse also makes an assortment of desserts and snacks to satisfy your sweet tooth.

John & Cook's Real Pit Bar-B-Que
1310 SW 21st St
Lawton, OK

John & Cooks Real Pit Bar-B-Que has been around since 1936 and is now in its fifth generation of family members. Said to be the best BBQ in the state, they serve up ribs, brisket, chicken, tips, sausages, and much more.

Exhibit C
1 E Sheridan
Ste 100

Oklahoma City, OK

Part art gallery and part boutique, Exhibit C is a Bricktown attraction that showcases the unique work of local artists and artisans. Opened by the Chickasaw Nation, the space offers native jewelry, pottery, paintings and clothing for sale as well as Chickasaw Country souvenir items like Bedre Chocolates. Hand-crafted pieces of art made by Chickasaw artists will be on display at Exhibit C and some will be for sale. Browse art and handmade goods while learning something new at this exciting Bricktown shop.

Grand Lake Christmas

We visited Arrowhead Yacht Club for their annual Polar Plunge benefiting the South Grand Lakers Helping Children. We then watched over 25 yachts and boats decorated with lights and displays in the Grand Lake Christmas Light Boat parade down Duck Creek. And to top off the day we joined everyone at the dam and watched the Grand Lake O’ the Cherokee Christmas Parade.