Annual Events in Moore

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Age is only a number when it comes to things to do in Moore. With a number of special events hosted throughout the year and entertainment venues, one can experience the fun, close-knit community of Moore.

Entertainment venues are calling Moore home. There is something for everyone at places like nationally recognized HeyDay Entertainment, Andy Alligator’s Fun Park, Orr Family Farm and Elevation Trampoline, as well as Urban Air, opening soon. We also are home to the Oklahoma City Metro’s premier movie theater, Warren Theaters, that also hosts IMAX screenings and director’s suites, as well as, the only full-time professional dinner theater in the state, the Yellow Rose Dinner Theater. Even some new trends are finding that escaping to Moore is good for business, like Moore Escape Rooms. For a blast from the past, visit the EightyThree Arcade featuring arcade games from 1978 to 1986.

Moore’s quality of life is consistently improving with new ways to live well.

Annual Events in Moore

Easter Egg Scramble – March/April
Children of all ages come to enjoy an afternoon of hunting for candy and prize-filled eggs. Hosted at Buck Thomas Park.

Farmers Market – mid-April-mid-October
Our community farmers market is the perfect opportunity to enjoy local farmers, food producers, artisans and local wineries. Open Thursdays and Saturdays.

Food Truck Fridays – mid-May
Join us on Fridays for lunch at Central Park. There will be a variety of options available from Mexican, BBQ, hot dogs and hamburgers to sweets.

Movies in the Park – May-August
There’s something for everyone at the annual Movies in the Park at Central Park. Bring your blankets and chairs and sit back and enjoy the movie.

Summer Nights Concert Series – Fridays in June
A great evening under the stars at Central Park Amphitheater. Bring your blankets and chairs and thirst for good music.

Storytime at Parmele Park – Fridays in June
The City of Moore and the Moore Public Library host a story time for the kids at Moore’s newest and most popular park, Parmele Park. A great time to hear stories and have fun!

Dive in Movies – June & July
Take a swim and enjoy a movie at the same time at Central Park’s water park.

Celebration in the Heartland – July
Annual Fourth of July celebration. Event includes car show, music, food vendors, children’s activities, inflatables, arts and crafts, closing with our fantastic fireworks show.

Kid’s Fishing Derby – July
The City of Moore and Oklahoma Wildlife Department co-host the fishing derby. There will be a fishing clinic covering safety, knot tying, fish ID, fish cleaning and ethics. Bring your pole and bait. You catch it, you keep it.

Doggie Paddle – September
First of its kind in Moore. Our four-legged loved ones get an evening of fun at Central Park’s water park.

Big Wheel Nationals – September
The ultimate “kid’s trike” race. Businesses and organizations come together for an afternoon of fun and friendly competition. They decorate and the kids ride.

Friday Night Bytes – September
Music and food – could there be a better combo? Add in the option of food trucks and enjoying all this under the stars at the Central Park Amphitheater. It’s a great way to close out the summer.

Red Ribbon Parade – October
Red Ribbon Parade is a longstanding tradition in Moore. Each year has a theme encouraging alcohol, tobacco and other drug and violence prevention awareness. Family-friendly fun in downtown Moore.

Haunt Old Town – October
Join thousands who come to enjoy a safe and fun trick-or-treat option in downtown Moore. Businesses and organizations work to bring fun activities including inflatables, games, music and of course, some trick-or-treating.

Arts & Crafts Festival – October
Get a jump on the holiday season by perusing the crafts, food and scents from our vendors. There should be something for everyone on your list.

Trail of Fears – October
One-third mile winding haunted trail through Little River Park designed for adults and children ages 12 and older.

Holiday Gala – December
The celebration for the holidays will feature musical entertainment, holiday crafts and a friendly visit with Santa Claus.

Old Town Christmas Tree Lighting and Parade – December
Set the holiday season in motion with entertainment, stroll Old Town businesses and enjoy the season. Bring the family for carriage rides, pictures with Santa and the Grinch and watch the traditional lighting of the tree at city hall.

Breakfast with Santa – December
Join in the holiday spirit with some breakfast, holiday crafts and a picture with Santa Claus.

For more details of events, visit centralpark.cityofmoore.com/special-events