MetroFamily is an outstanding resource all year for activities for children and adults together. The December 2012 issue features a calendar on which you can click for a day's happenings.
For a group or pair road trip, read the article entitled "Exploring Oklahoma and Beyond, Regional Holiday Fun." For example, Broken Arrow's Rhema Bible Church has been accumulating lights to display for 30 years. The Castle of Muskogee also provides light displays and a petting zoo among other amusements. Claremore's Shepherd's Cross has a Christmas program, and Adair offers the Christmas Train. Many other Oklahoma towns such as Chickasha, Enid, Guthrie, and Yukon host special holiday events or displays.
Downtown in December, November 23-December 31, involves ice skating, snow tubing, holiday lights, etc. www.DowntownInDecember.com
Tulsa celebrates Winterfest from November 23, 2012 - January 6, 2013. http://www.visittulsa.com/events/11/calendar
More Christmas light display information: http://okc.about.com/od/attractionsandevents/tp/topholidaylight.htm
Local colleges, universities and high schools often have musicals and plays all year. Consider requesting early a group rate or donated tickets for a your nonprofit mentoring group.
INACTIVITY at any age is harmful. After glancing through the article below, share what physical activities you and your mentee or a group of mentors and mentees can do during the winter.