- Where is the festival? Is it at the pecan orchard? The Luther Pecan Festival will be on Main Street! Beginning at Second Street on Main all the way around the corner to Ash, our festival will house our amazing artists, kids activities, food trucks, park and brag and stage. (Couch Pecans will be open for you to go grab a bag to take home).
- Where is Luther? Luther is in the northeast tip of Oklahoma County. It’s an easy trip down Highway 66 from I-35 at Second Street in Edmond. Or it’s a quick exit off of the Turner Turnpike just 13 miles from OKC. Follow the signs to the Pecan Festival.
- Is the Luther Pecan Festival family friendly? YES! In addition to some great shopping for mom and dad (grandma and grandpa, aunt and uncles), we will have food trucks featuring kid pleasing kettle corn to everyone’s favorite tacos. We have a HUGE kids area planned made possible by Choctaw’s Health Express, And the secret is out: SANTA IS COMING! He’ll make a visit around 1pm to visit the kids and be available for pictures! Other kid-friendly items include pecan crafts, a bounce house and a Young Entrepreneur area.
- What about the parking? Look for the signs! We will have signs marking designated parking areas that will include the school parking lots, curbside along town streets. Be patient. Coming from the city, try to UBER in.
- When is this event? The Luther Pecan Festival is Saturday, November 18, from 10 am – 5pm.
- Who is putting this on? It’s a production of The Luther Register, news for our town, along with many sponsors and volunteers.
- WHY? Why not. We want to celebrate #lutherlocal, and our agricultural roots with the annual harvest at Couch Pecans that brings a lot of visitors to our area. The Luther Pecan Festival is bringing together a community with art, food, music and fun. We also want to highlight our GROWING Main Street business district! AND Oklahomans, we love our festivals!
- What kind of art will be there? We are thrilled to offer an outlet for many local artisans right from Luther, as well as some from the city. From paintings to furniture, jewelry, clothing, tea towels, quilts, crochet, soaps from donkeys and goat’s milk, sculpture and more. It’s all for sale giving you a great jumpstart on holiday gifting that keeps your dollars local and gives you something special.
- FOOD? So much good food! We have our local restaurants like Josephine’s Cafe, and the 116 Farmstead, Market and Table offering some amazing pecan and street themed foods on Main (plus our other restaurants in town like Chicken Shack, DJ’s BBQ and Sonic). Plus we have almost TEN food trucks … traditional food, adventurous food, and something to meet every taste.