My favorite time of year has finally arrived! Jeri Christmas is here, and it's time to get shopping for the holidays.

I love gift giving all year round, but I especially love giving gifts at Christmas. And even more so if I'm able to find the perfect gifts for my loved ones at local stores or items that are made in Oklahoma!

Opening this Friday, November 26, is the Holiday Pop-Up Shops in Midtown Oklahoma City! This is a fantastic opportunity to shop local Oklahoma City businesses all in one place. Every business is housed in blow up igloos and while you go from igloo to igloo, there are plenty of photo opportunities, food trucks and more!

You can find gifts from home goods, children's toys, artwork and just about anything you can think of! The Holiday Pop-Up Shops will be open Friday-Sunday starting this weekend through Sunday, December 18. Each weekend will have different shops, so be sure to check the 2022 Holiday Pop-Up Shops Roster before planning your shopping trip!

If you're wanting to beat the crowds this holiday season while still trying to shop local, you can sign up for the 2022 Holiday Pop-Up Shops Top Shopper Happy Hour Pass! The Holiday Pop-Shops are free and open to the public, but the limited Top Shopper Happy Hour Pass is $30 for access to three preview shopping nights before the shops open. Top Shoppers will also get some goodies!

If your family is looking to get out of the house after a week of Thanksgiving festivities, the Holiday Pop-Up Shops in Oklahoma City is the perfect outing for the whole family! Be sure to check out the Holiday Pop-Up Shops on Facebook and Instagram.

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