This coming Saturday will be a great day for some holiday shopping for all Oklahomans as the city will be hosting the 25th annual Fall Peace Festival at the Civic Center Hall of Mirrors, 201 N. Walker. Joining the festival with be a plethora of vendors and social justice groups, ready to assist their potential buyers in whatever they might need.
The 25th annual Fall Peace Festival will start from 10 in the morning and last until 4 in the afternoon. No need to bring extra money for admission as entrance is free. Those who love crafts will definitely enjoy this special day of shopping celebrations.
Throughout the duration of the event, there will be more than 50 tables in the area with various product and services being offered. Some of the craft vendors will sell different handicrafts from jewelries, clothing, and decorative displays for the holidays. Surely it will be a nice way to start shopping for holiday decorations and gifts.
Aside from the craft tables, there will also be food items offered. The Oklahoma Vegetarian Society will be selling various homemade food items as well as providing recipes for a plant-based diet to interested customers. There will also be fair trade goods offered like coffee, carving, fabrics, clothing items, and pottery.
But, of course, no event would be complete without live entertainment. According to Conna Wilkinson, the Director of the Peace Education Institute, there will be local musicians that will provide the live entertainment as well as a children’s activity room, managed by adults, for the little ones.