Mayfest means fun for the whole family!

From the Batmobile to a Bear Clinic, Mayfest offers a variety of free fun activities every year for the whole family every year.

On the southern edge of Mayfest is the Centennial Green Park, home to the Kidzone. During daylight hours, dozens of individual and corporate volunteers offer up free projects and activities as well as live music and dancing on the Kidzone stage. This year, we are adding “Art Beginnings” which allows kids 12 and under to develop an appreciation for art buy picking up their own piece of art for only $5.

The activities and performers vary daily, so check out the Kidzone page for a complete schedule.

TulsaKids Magazine is hosting the “Mad Hatter & Art Stroller Parade” Sunday, May 19 at 3 p.m. Families may decorate strollers and riding toys or wear crazy hats to parade through the KidZone. KTUL Meteorologist Andrew Kozak will be our celebrity judge. Prizes will be given for the best decorated hat, the best decorated stroller and the best decorated riding toy or bike. TulsaKids will hold drawings for great prizes after the parade.

The Creative Culture Courtyard offers a variety of live dance and artistic expression from some of the region’s most talented individuals.