Family guide to downtown OKC this weekend: Take your children to deadCenter Film Festival, Red Earth Festival and Myriad Gardens Children’s Garden Festival

By Brandy McDonnellDowntown Oklahoma City is a festive hub of activity this weekend, with the Red Earth Festival, deadCenter Film Festival and Myriad Gardens Children’s Festival all underway.There are plenty of opportunities for families with children to enjoy aspects of these events at low or no cost.Here is a quick guide to family-friendly activities happening today and Sunday during this especially festive weekend:Red Earth FestivalThousands of Native American artists, dancers and singers from throughout North America are expected to attend the 33rd Annual Red Earth Festival through Sunday at the Cox Convention Center.Read more on NewsOK.com

By Brandy McDonnell

Downtown Oklahoma City is a festive hub of activity this weekend, with the Red Earth Festival, deadCenter Film Festival and Myriad Gardens Children’s Festival all underway.

There are plenty of opportunities for families with children to enjoy aspects of these events at low or no cost.

Here is a quick guide to family-friendly activities happening today and Sunday during this especially festive weekend:

Red Earth Festival

Thousands of Native American artists, dancers and singers from throughout North America are expected to attend the 33rd Annual Red Earth Festival through Sunday at the Cox Convention Center.
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