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Posted on: November 2, 2018

Rose District kicks off holiday season on Nov. 15 with Lights On Ceremony

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The Rose District will officially kick off the holiday season with a Lights On Ceremony on Thursday, Nov. 15.


Hosted by the Broken Arrow Main Street Merchants Association, the Festival begins at 6 p.m. at the Rose District Plaza, where dignitaries will turn on the Rose District Christmas tree and lights will illuminate the district. The ice skating rink at the pavilion opens immediately after the lights come on.


After the lights come on, visitors can enjoy the rest of the celebration. Merchants will have refreshments, awesome giveaways and more. There will also be horse and carriage rides, a trolley, carolers, food trucks and even jolly old St. Nick. 


Everyone is invited to come enjoy the atmosphere, which also includes the Rose District Window Decorating Contest. Rose District merchants go all out for this fun holiday tradition. Check out all the creative displays throughout the entire district making downtown look and feel extra charming.


Beginning Nov. 21, Broken Arrow’s Riddle Plant Farm will bring back the Christmas tree pop-up shop, selling fresh cut trees and wreaths at the plaza.


What: Holiday Lights On Festival

When: Thursday, Nov. 15, at 6 p.m.

Where: Broken Arrow’s Rose District Plaza, 418 S. Main


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