It's back! The Lawton, Fort Sill Holiday in the Park parade returns in 2021 this Saturday, November 20th(11-20-21). The parade will start at 6:00 pm in downtown Lawton on C Ave in front of the Central Mall and make its way to Elmer Thomas Park. This year's theme for the parade will be "The Twelve Days of Christmas." Hard to believe, but it's almost the holiday season. It'll be here before you know it!
After all the cancellations last year, thanks to the pandemic it's great that we're finally starting to see the return of all our favorite holiday happenings in Lawton, Fort Sill in 2021. For more information on Holiday in the Park parade see the official event poster below from the Lawton, Fort Sill Chamber of Commerce:
You'll want to start lining up along the parade route around 5:15pm/5:30pm this Saturday (11-20-21). After the parade, you can stick around and take a walk along the pathways of Elmer Thomas Park and enjoy this year's "Holiday in the Park." There are all kinds of new displays, lights, and other holiday fun this year.
New to Holiday in the Park for 2021 they'll have ice skating! A synthetic rink will be built and offer skate rentals. How cool is that? Of course, the entire park will be decked out for Christmas with tons of lights, displays, and holiday decorations. You'll also have the chance to grab the best cup of coffee or hot chocolate along with other drinks and snacks at the Holiday House. It's going to be a great time, guaranteed!
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Congratulations to Massad's Gift Shop for being in business for 40 years! They're located in the heart of beautiful downtown Lawton, Fort Sill at 413 S.W. C Avenue across from the Central Mall. Massad's has been voted the #1 gift shop in Lawton, Fort Sill again and again. It's not just all the incredible products they have either, it's the awesome customer service and how helpful and friendly the entire staff is. Massad's Gift Shop is locally owned and operated by Larry and Blanche Massad who are brother and sister. They're some of the friendliest, nicest people you'll ever meet. They really care about all their customers, which they call friends and family. Take a virtual tour of Massad's Gift Shop, scroll through the photos below:
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Take a look inside of the most expensive house for sale in Lawton, Fort Sill. This mini-mansion is an epic Eastside estate that's listed for $1,500,000 by Jeanne Rock of Re/Max Professionals. If you've been on the Eastside on Flowermound Road you may have seen this house, it's located at 610 N.E. Flowermound Road. It's a 3,900 square foot, 4 bedroom, 3 bath, 3 living room, 3 car garage home that sits on 54 plus acres! If you'd like to see what $1,500,000 would buy you take a virtual tour, scroll through all the photos below:
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If you've driven around town you've probably seen all the murals we have in Lawton, Fort Sill. If you take the time to look you'll notice that they're everywhere. We're lucky to have so many talented artists that share their work with us regularly by painting murals. One name you've probably heard before is Justin Hackney and Spreading PAINT. His work of masterful murals can be found all over town. He's done some of the very best and has painted everything from rock stars to celebrities and everything in between. He has a style all his own and has painted murals in full color, vivid transposed negative style, and in black and white. Be on the lookout for his latest mural masterpiece he's going to keep painting them so long as people want them and there's wall space. Looking forward to seeing his next one! Check out the gallery below of Justin Hackney's Spreading PAINT murals and where to find them. We'll continue to add to the gallery as he paints them.