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- Yo Selfie Factory
Yo Selfie Factory Local, Kid Friendly, Free Wifi Out of gallery We are an interactive experience in which we provide cool themed backdrops, ring lights, and holders for you to take pictures by yourself and with your friends using your phone or own camera. Book an hour time slot online to make sure you get prime space at this unique selfie studio located in Shawnee Mall. 4901 N Kickapoo Ave, Shawnee, OK 74804, USA (580) 668-0478 Monday - Saturday 10 am - 9 pm Sunday 12 pm - 6 pm Visit their website Arts & Culture, Family Fun, Art Workshops Stay Eat Shop Play See Events Host Plan a Trip Subscribe
Shine Out of gallery Chris Growth and Daniel Shaughnessy had the vision to create a movement in Shawnee, OK. They wanted to express the beauty of the five nations represented but most importantly raise awareness of what they are and mean to the community of Shawnee. When Shaunghnessy and Chris began this project in July 2020 he started with the theme of Indian blanket flowers. As he continues to add to the mural, he hopes to craft other elements of the five nations while sharing the beautiful culture the five nations add to this city. 201 W Main St, Shawnee, OK 74801, USA (405) 275-9780 daylight hours Visit their website Stay Eat Shop Play See Events Host Plan a Trip Subscribe
Spokelahoma Local, Casual, Kid Friendly Out of gallery An outdoor adventure store specializing in bicycles, custom wheels, builds, and repair! Also carrying camping gear, paddleboards, and exercise gear. (405) 742-0736 Tuesday - Friday 11 am - 6:30 pm Saturday 9:30 am - 1 pm Visit their website Recreation Equipment Stay Eat Shop Play See Events Host Plan a Trip Subscribe
- It's Tourism Week 2022 in Shawnee, OK!
It's National Travel and Tourism Week 2022! Each year on the first week of May, US Travel spotlights the collective strength of this important industry in partnership with destinations across the nation. This National Travel and Tourism Week (NTTW), there is more reason than ever to celebrate the collective strength and promising future of the U.S. travel and tourism industry. This year is the 39th annual NTTW, and we're celebrating the travel industry's role in fostering sustainability, ushering in new innovations, and reconnecting travelers in the U.S. and around the world! Prior to the pandemic, in 2019, the travel industry was a powerful economic engine, supporting jobs and driving local economies in every pocket of America. Travel generated $2.6 trillion in economic output, supported 17 million American jobs and delivered a $51 billion trade surplus to the U.S. While the industry was hit hard by the challenges of the past two years, we are recovering and positioning our industry for a return to growth. There is great optimism among American travelers to get back on the road and see our great country. We have overcome many obstacles, and the future is bright. That’s why here in Shawnee, Oklahoma and across America, we are using NTTW to recognize the contributions of the U.S. travel industry and how we will grow a more dynamic, innovative, sustainable and inclusive future. While the pandemic was a setback, it’s also an opportunity to reimagine the industry to be greater than ever before. We're participating in NTTW in a new way every day of the week: NOW! : Debuting an all-new, inclusive community event calendar for all of Shawnee at VisitShawnee.com/Events! This weekend [Apr 30 - May 1]: Visit Shawnee at the Midwest City Travel OK Days - all welcome for food, music, and fun May 2: A mayoral proclamation of Tourism Week in Shawnee, OK May 3: Participating in a Destination Development workshop in Norman, OK to bring back fresh ideas for Shawnee May 4: Celebrating the industry in Shawnee with our newest attraction, Laynie's Treehouse indoor play place at Shawnee Mall, AND the All-Pro Golf Tournament at Shawnee Country Club May 5: Shawnee, OK delegation to the Lt. Governor's Travel & Tourism Summit in Broken Arrow May 6: About the Town... spot Visit Shawnee staff at some of Shawnee's most popular destinations all day long May 7: An EXCITING announcement of the return of SOMETHING by popular demand....so stay tuned by following us on Facebook! From the Mabee-Gerrer Museum of Art to the Painted Horses, the Heart of Oklahoma Expo Center to historic downtown Shawnee, the travel and tourism industry is alive and well and contributes so much to the local economy and spirit of our community. From all of us here at Visit Shawnee and the City of Shawnee, have a great week and we hope to see you at a Shawnee area destination!
- Annual Events In Shawnee Oklahoma
Shawnee offers a wide variety of events year-round. Celebrations of the arts and cultures, showing off classic cars, rodeo competitions, and family friendly holiday festivals fill our calendar of events. Plan your weekend in Shawnee around one or two of these annual events. Citizen Potawatomi Nation Reunion The annual Family Reunion Festival of Citizen Potawatomi Nation is a celebration of Native culture for the Potawatomi. A powwow is held with group, social, and competition dances including men’s traditional, women’s traditional, jingle dance, and more. Held in June. Independence Day Celebrations Each year, Shawnee is home to nearly a week of fireworks displays highlighted by Grand Casino’s show which shines right over Shawnee’s Twin Lakes. Grab your sparklers, don your red, white, and blue, and join us! International Finals Youth Rodeo 'It's bulls and blood, dust and mud, boots and chaps, cowboy hats, the ropes and the reins and the joy and the pain, and they call the thing rodeo.' Shawnee annually hosts the IFYR. Each July come see the best of the future of rodeo. FireFlight Hot Air Balloon & Outdoor Expo One of Shawnee's iconic events, FireFlight offers hot air balloon rides and mesmerizing glows. Free open-air concerts entertain between flights and glows. There is also a giant interactive outdoor expo and kid’s zone. It is fun for the entire family. Hosted by the Potawatomi Nation in August. Pottawatomie County Free Fair Once an annual social ritual centered on agriculture and education, county fairs in Oklahoma have become iconic celebrations packed with mouthwatering foods and endless entertainment. In September, visit Shawnee and return to small-town simplicity with the rush of a thrilling carnival ride, the sweet aroma of hot kettle corn, and the sound of a crowd coming together to sing a classic country tunes. Firelake Casino Car Show Another car show for auto enthusiasts. With nearly 30 car classifications, you are guaranteed to see something that gets your motor running! Held in September. Boo on Bell Downtown Festival Shawnee’s annual spooky season celebration includes Boo on Bell which is held Downtown on brick-lined Bell Street. You’ll find a carnival, vendors, live performances, and of course, trick or treating. Sunshine Shelly’s Pumpkin Patch and Nightmare Harvest Pick your pumpkin from the vine at this 15-acre pumpkin patch. Other kid-friendly - not scary - activities include hayrack rides, a kiddie corn maze, a corn pit, inflatables, and movies at sundown. Nightmare Harvest is for those that want to get spooked. It’s Sunshine Shelly’s haunted corn maze. Consider yourself warned! OK Classics Car & Memorabilia Auction One of the biggest car shows in Oklahoma. This annual events gives car lovers a chance to see classic cars and trucks of all makes and models. Even if you don’t bid on any, you’ll enjoy seeing them before they are put on the block. Held in November. Nighttime Christmas Parade Oklahoma’s largest nighttime Christmas parade on historic Main Street in Downtown Shawnee features live music, a classic parade complete with Santa on his sleigh, and a fireworks finale. Find these and more fun events on our Calendar of Events. Stay in-the-know about what's happening in Shawnee, OK with our weekly newsletter. Sign up here.
- Outdoor Manners for Visiting Shawnee
With four lakes, 30 parks, golf courses, and an arboretum in and around Shawnee, there’s plenty to enjoy outdoors! We welcome all to visit and fish, hike, kayak, swim, or simply be outdoors. To preserve the areas for others and for many years to come, we ask you and those with you to follow these outdoor manners for visiting Shawnee. • Your goal is to leave no trace of having even been in the outdoors (other than selfies and social media posts!) That means you help keep trash and garbage out of lakes, streams, fields, woods and roadways. • Take all of your garbage with you after a hike, campout or picnic. • Remember the adage ‘Leave It Better Than You Found It.’ • Be careful with fire. Only build fires in permitted and appropriate areas. • When finished using a fire be sure that the fire is cold out. Put the fire out with water and ensure that it is cold before leaving. • Leave a clean fire ring or remove all evidence of fire. • Camp and hike on durable surfaces. Hike on the trails provided so there is less impact on our environment. • Choose camping sites that do as little damage as possible to plants and animals. For example, when you pitch your tent try and not to do it over plants, it will damage the plants and possibly your tent. • Be conservation-minded and help conserve our environment. Reduce: plan the foods you bring on a hike or campout wisely so you will have very little waste or garbage, Reuse: use a reusable water bottle instead of plastic disposable water bottles; reuse damaged equipment by learning to repair it instead of buying new items and throwing away repairable ones, and Recycle: if you do have a lot of plastic at the end of a camp-out, recycle it so that it does not get thrown into a landfill or left around to find its way into our waterways. If we all treat the outdoors as a heritage and abide by these outdoor manners, we can keep these fun outdoor areas in and around Shawnee in good condition for ourselves and others so that generations to come can enjoy what God has given us.