Some Green Country folks are bringing a holiday tradition to life in Claremore.
Shepherd's Cross is hosting a Living Nativity scene, complete with animals in the stable.
The living nativity has been a Claremore Christmas tradition for the past 21 years.
"They can see the baby in the manger, follow the star to see the wee babe, they can go on a hay ride, the shepherd's journey," said Diane Dickson.
Organizers say, if you head out, there are activities for the entire family to enjoy all day long.
Shepherd's Cross is at 16792 East 450 Road in Claremore. The Living Nativity will run Thursday through Saturday and then December 20 through December 22, from 10 a.m. to 8:30 p.m.