1 A Santa Stroll in Wintersmith Park at Ada starts at 6 p.m. today. Meet south of the lodge on the walking trail to begin the 11/2-mile journey through a winter wonderland. The stroll will conclude with the lighting of the newest addition, a 30-foot Christmas tree in front of Wintersmith Lodge. The are also free rides on the Polar Express and hot chocolate to stay warm. Kids can enjoy face painting, crafts, cookies, and pictures with Santa inside the lodge. Concessions are available and event T-shirts available for purchase.

2 The Oklahoma History Center celebrates it’s 10th anniversary with the “Crossroads of Commerce” exhibit. The 8,000-square-foot exhibit tells the story of economic development in Oklahoma through five time periods from 1716 to the present day. The exhibit features a number of structural reproductions and eye-popping interactive opportunities. Admission is $7 for adults, $5 for seniors, $4 for students and children under 5 are free. Located at 800 Nazih Zuhdi Drive in Oklahoma City, museum hours are 10 a.m. to 5 p.m. Monday - Saturday. The museum will be closed Thanksgiving Day.

3 Turner Falls in Davis is now open for some of the best seasonal trout fishing in the area. The park offers trout fishing to all fisherman with an Oklahoma fishing license now through March. There is a $15 fishing fee, which includes the park fee. There is also a limit of five fish per person per day.

4 The Rising Stars Calf Roping Finals at the Stephens County Fair & Expo Center starts Thursday and runs through Dec. 1. This four-day event will take place from 8 a.m. to 10 p.m. each day. Get into the action as 500 of the most talented young ropers from across the nation compete in roping events for cash and prizes. Vendor booths will be set up offering a variety of goods such as clothing, jewelry, home décor, houseware essentials, rodeo gear and other specialty items. There will also be cowboys auctions held before each roping event, a homemade Thanksgiving meal served all day Thursday and cowboy church service Sunday morning.

5 The Damn Quails will perform a post-Thanksgiving Day Concert at 7 p.m. Friday in the Goddard Center’s Performing Arts Theater. The Goddard Center is partnering with the Red Dirt Brewhouse to present the popular Oklahoma band in Ardmore. There will be a band meet-and-greet at Red Dirt Brewhouse, immediately following the concert, along with a complimentary performance by Camille Harp, best described as an Americana songwriter, red-dirt mix of Okie roots music with soulful vocals and heartfelt lyrics. Adult tickets are $20 and students are $10. Seats can be reserved over the phone with a credit or debit card by calling the Goddard Center business office at (580) 226-0909.