Oct. 9 is recognized as Native American Day by the city of Tulsa. Tulsa is the first city in Oklahoma to officially recognize this holiday, setting a precedent that soon many other cities in the state may follow. Starting back in 2017, Tulsa City Council and Mayor G. T. Bynum approved a resolution to establish […]
July Fourth is celebrated annually in the small town of Terlton, Okla. The community is approximately a 30-minute drive west of Tulsa in Pawnee County. When you arrive for the annual event, you will see the streets are blocked off by the Fire Department’s vehicles, allowing the community to come together in a patriotic local […]
The joy of holiday festivities was in the air at the Botanical Gardens, with lights in downtown Tulsa. Put on display were Christmas lights hung from every tree, and a walkway to the garden displayed tributes to Tulsa, such as the Tulsa Driller redone in holiday lights. The event also had ambient music playing from the […]
Do you need something to do over the winter break? Do you still need to buy holiday gifts? Do you want something fun to do with family members while they are visiting? If you answered yes to any of the above questions, consider stopping by the Route 66 Christmas Chute in downtown Sapulpa. When you […]
Amber Marie & Co. store, located at Utica Square in Tulsa, is filled with hundreds of items for Christmas.
Elegance Dessert Bar by Guaneka Williams If you enjoy classic desserts such as apple pie, cheesecake, and pecan pie, then you’re in for a treat. Entrepreneur Guaneka Williams puts unique twists on classic American desserts. Her bakery, Elegance Dessert Bar is a new business in Tulsa. They are dedicated to providing the Tulsa area with […]
Food on the Move, started by Taylor Hanson and Shar Carter in January 2015, aims to work with food and health experts to provide food to local food deserts. Food on the Move and Girl Scouts of Eastern Oklahoma partnered to help the community by offering fruits and vegetables this past holiday season.