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Lake Texoma Events: 2019 Burning of the Socks

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Lake Texoma Events: 2019 Burning of the Socks

Are you ready for the Burning of the Socks at Lake Texoma? Well, it’s time to get ready for the fun! The event is scheduled to take place on March 16th at various locations on the lakeside. Activities will take place at Lighthouse Marina, Buncombe Creek Marina, Eisenhower Yacht Club, and Bridgeview Marina – just to name a few!

Last year, Burning of the Socks held many different activities. Some of them included beach cleaning, hot dogs, chili cook-off, dunk tank, car show, children’s activities. Also, last year included horseshoes, sack races, corn hole contest, scavenger hunt, and so much more!

Lake Texoma Burning of the Socks is hosted by Lake Texoma Association. It’s high time to burn those socks and turn them in for flip flops for the 2019 season! For more info, please call (855) 452-5346.


Date of Event: March 16th

Location of Event: Various on Lake Texoma

Cost of Event: Free

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Official Website: Lake Texoma Online

For More Info: Please call (855) 452-5346




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