SULPHUR, Okla. – Oklahoma School for the Deaf has rescheduled their annual Fall Festival on Tuesday, November 6, due to the threat of rain on the original date. The community is invited to enjoy free trick-or-treating and some seasonal activities that may involve a fee, including hayrides, games and food.
Ghoulish characters await those who attend Oklahoma School for the Deaf’s Fall Festival (from left) Kimberly Goeders, Kim Graves, Sherri Meador, Kirstyn Wilson and Savannah Callahan. The public is invited to enjoy trick or treating, hay rides, carnival games and a Spook House on Tuesday, November 6.
OSD’s Little Village, located on the east side of campus at 1100 East Oklahoma Avenue in Sulphur, will be the setting for trick-or-treating from 5:00 p.m. to 7 p.m.
This permanent learning experience has 12 structures, including a school, store, bank and chicken coop with a rooster and hens.
“We are proud for members of the community to visit OSD’s Little Village and grateful to local businesses who have supported the building, repair and expansion of this interactive educational experience,” Superintendent Larry Hawkins said. “Our goal is to combine play with opportunities for students learn more about business, government and society.
Students and staff will decorate the courtyards in front of each building.
Carnival games and concessions will be available from 5:00 p.m. to 9:00 p.m. and a Spook House for the bravest among the crowd from 7:00 to 9:00 p.m. OSD organizations will charge reasonable fees for these activities to help fund their programs.
For more info about Oklahoma School for the Deaf’s Fall Festival or reservations of the Little Village, which are open to public schools, contact Marsha Cole at 405-622-4909 or email@example.com.