T-Town Rundo Cold Weather Won't Stop Tulsa Events Today

With cold temperatures sticking around for the remainder of the day, why not bundle up and head out to some events taking place in Tulsa. From Christmas lights outside Tulsa to dressing up as a Seuss character, here's what you can do Tuesday.

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Christmas Lights: Head on over to Broken Arrow for their annual Rhema lights display. Visitors can see the displays at Rhema Baptist Church with two million lights and over 100,000 shimmering bulbs synchronized to Christmas music.

Muskogee: If Broken Arrow isn't your thing, then head to Muskogee's Garden of Lights showcase at Honor Heights Park. With more than 1,000,000 shimmering lights and 120 acres of trees, bushes and water areas decorated, you're bound to be in the Christmas season by the end of it.

Fort Gibson: Cherokee Casino opened there newest location in Fort Gibson. Doors open at 1 p.m. at the location off of State Highway 62. For more information, visit the link: Cherokee Casino.

BOK Center: The weather is right for you and your family to head out to Winterfest. Bundle up and buy some hot chocolate before you head out to the ice rink. There are also plenty of other free events and sights to see Downtown.

For the Kids: Head on over to the Judy Z. Kishner Library where children can children and young adults can dress up as their favorite character from the "Grinch Stole Christmas." The event will begin at 3 p.m. with holiday snacks and games.

For the Family: You also can head to the Zarrow Regional Library where children and family can spend quality time together making origami and reading/listening to books. The event begins at 6:30 p.m.

City of Tulsa: A meeting will take place at City Council Chambers discussing federal funds and the Tulsa community. Officials will share how federal money was spent last year and how they plan to spend it this year. The meeting begins at 6 p.m.

For the Art Lovers: Head on over to Chapman Music Hall at the Performing Arts Center for Phill Cooper's newest showcase. Visitors can see his oil paintings of ordinary objects becoming extraordinary through the month of December from 10 a.m. to 5:30 p.m.