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Harvest Carnival—A Halloween Alternative

We have WAY too much candy! Want some?

What is the Harvest Carnival?

The Harvest Carnival is a Halloween alternative for children that provides a safe, action-packed, candy-filled party for the entire Tulsa/Broken Arrow community. The event offers 80 game booths and a whopping 5,000 pounds of candy. The games and candy are not only fun—they're free! Come ready to enjoy all the treats without the tricks!

Who Can Come?

The Harvest Carnival is open to infants through fifth-graders and their parents.

Can my child wear a costume?

Yes. We encourage your little princess or superhero to come wearing a costume.

Will concession food be available for purchase?

Yes. Don't wonder what to feed your family for dinner that night. There will be a concession stand selling pizza, nachos, popcorn, and more—so everyone can come hungry and eat at the party.

When and where is this year's Harvest Carnival?

The Harvest Carnival is Friday, October 31, from 6:00 to 9:00 p.m. The event will be held at the Ninowski Recreation Center, located west of the Rhema Park on Rhema's campus. Rhema is located on Kenosha (71st Street) just east of Aspen (South 145th East Avenue) in Broken Arrow. Click here for directions.