The 13th annual Celebrating the Art of Healing cancer survivor symposium, titled “Survivorship and Beyond,” will take place on Saturday, April 29 from 8 a.m. to 2 p.m. at a new location, Cancer Treatment Centers of America (CTCA) in Tulsa, 10109 E. 79th St. This free event is open to cancer patients, survivors, caregivers and healthcare professionals.
Tulsa’s newest home and garden show is coming back for another year. The Spring Home & Outdoor Living Expo is set for a three-day weekend opening at noon on Friday, April 21, 2017 in the River Spirit Expo at Expo Square.
Spring is a great time of year to take up new hobbies. With the nicer weather and flowers blooming, gardening is a seasonal favorite, especially in Tulsa. Whether you’re an experienced gardener looking for some new tricks or starting completely new in this refreshing pastime, be sure to check out these different events happening in April at the Tulsa Garden Center.
If you don’t have access to an employer-sponsored retirement plan, you are not alone. According the Bureau of Labor Statistics, nearly half of Americans don’t participate in any type of retirement plan at work.
No worries. There are ways to save for retirement outside the office. Consider these.
Tulsa community and business leaders joined Jackie Cooper Imports of Tulsa executive management, staff and Infiniti USA representatives at 88th & South Memorial for the groundbreaking of the company’s third Tulsa location. The eight-acre site is the future location of a stand-alone Jackie Cooper Infiniti retail and service facility. Estimated construction cost is $10 million.
VB Bank proudly announced the promotion of Renee Hillhouse to Loan Operations Officer. Hillhouse manages and oversees AVB’s loan servicing and credit departments, providing all loan documentation, payments, advances and maintenance.
Whether you need a storage building, pole barn, loafing shed, or other portable building, Inola Portable Buildings & Pole Barns can meet your needs. In business since 1998 at the same location, the company has earned an excellent reputation.
The boutique recently moved across Main Street to their newly renovated digs in the historic downtown district of Claremore, Oklahoma and the results are stunning. Owner Cari Bohanan designed the space for hip juniors and stylish ladies looking for the latest in fashion, but left a piece of history in the store.
When Tom Staab first heard about Edible Arrangements, he was excited to see such a unique, high quality new way for people to send expressions of love for Mother’s Day, Valentine’s Day, birthdays, anniversaries, Easter, Christmas, and what he calls “just because”.
Do you dream of making your own strawberry jam with berries you picked yourself? This April, pack up the family and head to Huldy’s Farm, a family owned and operated berry farm in Inola, about 30 minutes east of Tulsa.