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July 2018

Rockets Over Rhema

July 1, 2018 | 5 - 11 p.m.

Sunday July 1 Rockets Over Rhema Many vendors, food trucks, and plenty of activities for the whole family Items to bring: Lawn chairs and blankets 5:00 pm Musical Celebration 6:30 pm Concert begins Consuming Fire, Brian Nhira, Synergy Band and headlining *Citizen Way* 10:00 pm fireworks show Rhema Bible Church, 1025 West Kenosha, Broken Arrow, OK 74012

Location:

Rhema Bible Church

1025 West Kenosha
Broken Arrow, OK



The American Dream

July 1, 2018 | 7:30 - 9:30 p.m.

Sunday July 1 The American Dream 7:30 PM - 9:30 PM A celebration honoring military veterans and ordinary Americans. Join us for live patriotic music, quotes from American history, and a 45-minute docudrama hosted by Corporal Leonard Micklin. Military veterans, fire, and police get a free hotdog! Guthrie Green 117 N. Boston Ave.

Location:

Guthrie Green

117 N. Boston Ave.
Tulsa, OK



Patriotic Concert - Asbury United Methodist Church

July 1, 2018 | 7 - 8 p.m.

Sunday July 1 Patriotic Concert 7:00 – 8:00 pm Asbury United Methodist Church Featuring Chancel Choir and New Covenant Orchestra A salute to those who serve 6767 S Mingo Rd, Tulsa, OK 74133 918-492-1771

Location:

Asbury United Methodist Church

6767 S Mingo Rd,
Tulsa, OK


For more information, contact:


(918)-492-1771


MARRIAGE MATTERS Mondays

Every Monday | 7 - 8 p.m.
July 2, 9, 16, 23 & 30, 2018

MARRIAGE MATTERS Mondays is for anyone who wants a better marriage! FREE every Monday night at Hicks Park and Community Center, 3443 S. Mingo Road, presented by Marriage and Family Initiative. For more information www.MarriageAndFamilyTulsa.org

Location:

Hicks Park and Community Center

3443 S. Mingo Road
Tulsa, OK 74134


For more information, contact:

Bruce Wilbanks
(918)-252-7883
eat0@eau0eav0eaw0

www.MarriageAndFamilyTulsa.org


Free Coed Owasso Fit Camp hosted by OR Nutrition

Every Monday | 7 p.m. - 12 a.m.
July 2, 9, 16, 23 & 30, 2018

One community encouraging each other to live a nutritiant rich, healthy, active lifestyle! Workouts are based on personal ability. FREE: MWF 7:30pm

Location:

The Church at Owasso

12200 East 86th St N
Owasso, OK 74055


For more information, contact:


(918)-720-7386

www.facebook.com/ORutrition/


Marriage Matters Mondays - FREE

Every Monday | 7 - 8 p.m.
July 2, 9, 16, 23 & 30, 2018

Marriage Matters Mondays is a FREE ongoing, drop-in marriage workshop. A MFI facilitator will help couples explore a new topic each week in a comfortable, relaxed atmosphere. Everyone is welcome with no pressure to share. Start at any time – register for free at www.MarriageAndFamilyTulsa.org. Every Monday evening, 7:00 – 7:50 p.m. at Hicks Park and Community Center, 3443 S. Mingo Road, Tulsa

Location:

Hicks Park and Community Center

3443 S. Mingo Road
Tulsa, OK 74134


For more information, contact:

Bruce Wilbanks
(918)-252-7883
eat0@eau0eav0eaw0

marriageandfamilytulsa.org/


4th of July Celebration - Claremore Lake Park

July 4, 2018 | 7 a.m. - 10 p.m.

Wednesday July 4 Claremore Lake Park 7:00 am – 10:00 pm Fishing derby in the morning, live entertainment, Raise the Flag, concessions, kids inflatables *New Splash Pad*, Fireworks Bring lawn chairs and blankets 918-342-2522

Location:

Claremore Lake Park

13872 E 480 Rd
Claremore, OK


For more information, contact:


(918)-342-2522


Jenks Freedom Fest

July 4, 2018 | 2 - 11 p.m.

Wednesday July 4 Jenks Freedom Fest Fish and Fireworks at the Oklahoma Aquarium 6:30 p.m. at the Oklahoma Aquarium, 300 Aquarium Dr. The skies over Jenks will light up with one of the longest, most brilliant fireworks shows in the area and the Oklahoma Aquarium backyard offers a front row view. The Oklahoma Aquarium will be open regular hours during the day – 10:00 to 6:00 with the last entry at 5:00. The Aquarium will reopen at 6:30 and offer half-price admission. Bring lawn chairs and blankets, but no outside food or coolers please. Food and beverages will be available for purchase in the Coral Reef Cafe’ and outside on the deck by McGraw Beach. Enjoy the exhibits, then head outside to see the fireworks! 11th Annual Los Cabos Boomfest at RiverWalk Crossing Grab the kids and come on out for a day full of fun! Los Cabos and the Riverwalk will be host to events and music all day long leading up to the largest firework display in Tulsa at 9:45 pm! Los Cabos Stage: 2:00 – 6:00 pm – DANIEL JORDAN 6:00 – 11:00 pm – SQUAD LIVE Other Activities: Helicopter rides, Mariachis, Balloon artist and face painting 6:30 pm – F-16 FLYOVER 9:25 pm – U.S. MARINE CORPS WILL PRESENT COLORS 9:35 pm – NATIONAL ANTHEM PERFORMED 9:45 pm – LARGEST FIREWORKS DISPLAY IN TULSA SHOT FROM THE JENKS BRIDGE

Location:

Fish and Fireworks at the Oklahoma Aquarium

Oklahoma Aquarium, 300 Aquarium Dr.
Jenks, OK



Folds of Honor Freedom Fest

July 4, 2018 | 5 p.m.

Wednesday July 4 Folds of Honor Freedom Fest River West Festival Park and along the Arkansas River A myriad of colorful fireworks will be launched to into the night sky. Over 6,000 large firework shells will be shot in a 25-minute show. In a blaze of light and sound, spectators will enjoy a carefully-orchestrated, precision display reminiscent of the early battles of the American Revolution 242 years ago! Live entertainment, food, and beverages, and Kids’ Zone inflatables and games. Activities begin at 5:00 p.m. at Veterans Park located at 1875 S. Boulder Avenue and at River West Festival Park located at 2100 S. Jackson Ave. Inflatables are free and available to the public. Additional activities, food, and beverages will be available from festival vendors.

Location:

River West Festival Park & Veterans Park

1875 S. Boulder Avenue and 2100 S. Jackson Ave
Tulsa, OK



Free Summer Celebration-July 4th

July 4, 2018 | 6 - 10 p.m.

Wednesday, July 4th, 2018 Come One Come All! Family fun and fellowship! Bring your lawn chairs. We provide the food, drink and fireworks. Everyone is invited and bring a friend!

Location:

St. Andrews United Methodist Church

9472 E. Hwy 20 (west of town)
Claremore, OK 74019


For more information, contact:

Becky Hopper
(918)-341-5435
eat2@eau2eav2eaw2

standrews.umcchurches.org/


T-Town Wheelers Club Meeting

July 7, 2018 | 1 - 3 p.m.

The T-Town Wheelers is a non profit organization of Hot Wheels (and other) die cast collectors since 1994. We are a family oriented membership and have meetings once a month at the Hardesty Public Library located just East of 93rd and Memorial in Tulsa, Oklahoma

Location:

Hardesty Regional Library

8316 East 93rd Street
Tulsa, Ok 74133


For more information, contact:

Carl Fritsche/Robert Priebe
(918)-812-9991

www.microcollector.com/t-townwheelers.htm


Family Fishing Clinic

July 10 & 24, 2018 | 6:30 - 8:30 p.m.

Free Family Fun! Call to sign up, space are limited. 405-521-3821

Location:

Zebco Casting Pond - Oklahoma Aquarium

300 Aquarium Dr.
Jenks, OK


For more information, contact:


(405)-521-3821

www.wildlifedepartment.com/content/jenks-2018-family-fishing-clinic


Mankiller Documentary

July 12, 2018

The award winning documentary, Mankiller, which celebrates the life of Wilma Mankiller, the first woman to be elected principal chief of the Cherokee Nation will be featured at the Circle Cinema Film Festival on Thursday July 12th at 7pm. The viewing will be at the Circle Cinema Foundation (10 S Lewis Ave, Tulsa OK 74104). Tickets are available here: https://bit.ly/2I9GriR

Location:

CIRCLE CINEMA FOUNDATION INC.

10 S Lewis Av
Tulsa, Ok 74104



Bartlesville Community Center Presents

July 12-13, 2018 | 7 p.m.

July 14-15, 2018 | 3 p.m.

Presented by Children's Musical Theatre Based on one of Hans Christian Andersen's most beloved stories and the classic animated film. Disney's The Little Mermaid is a hauntingly beautiful love story for the ages.

Location:

Bartlesville Community Center

300 SE Adams Blvd.
Bartlesville, OK


For more information, contact:


(918)-337-2787

www.bartlesvillecommunitycenter.com


Claremore Civic Band Concert in the Park

July 12 & 28, 2018 | 7:30 - 9 p.m.

Concert in the park. Bring your chairs and blankets and enjoy the music of Claremore Civic Band

Location:

Claremore Gazebo Park

Corner of Weenonah & Will Rogers Boulevard
Claremore, OK


For more information, contact:


(918)-342-8087

moreclaremore.com/event/claremore-civic-band-concert


An Affair of the Heart @ RIVER SPIRIT EXPO/Tulsa Fair Grounds

July 13-14, 2018 | 9 a.m. - 6 p.m.

July 15, 2018 | 11 a.m. - 5 p.m.

$10 for all three days/kids 12 and under free An Affair of the Heart Tulsa provides shoppers with a unique opportunity to browse hundreds of retailers from across the nation selling unique, one-of-a-kind items celebrating the craft, skill, art and style of the vendor. Approximately 500 vendors will fill the River Spirit Expo at Expo Square during the show selling everything from housewares and antiques to jewelry and home décor. Browse our current list of vendors by category below. The three-day shopping event features unique, one-of- a-kind and often handmade items from jewelry and handbags to furniture, clothing and gourmet foods.

Location:

Affair of the Heart

4145 E. 21st St.
Tulsa, OK


For more information, contact:



www.heartoftulsa.com/


Tulsa Performing Arts Center-“SEUSSICAL JR.,”

July 13-14, 2018 | 7:30 p.m.

July 15, 2018 | 2 p.m.

Tulsa's Broadway Beginners and Boot-campers (ages 6-15)star in their version of Dr. Suess - Seussical Jr., whimsical musical based on several of Dr. Seuss’ most famous children’s stories.

Location:

Tulsa Performing Arts Center

110 E 2nd St.
Tulsa, OK


For more information, contact:


(918)-596-7111

tulsapac.com/index.asp


Free Admission: Philbrook Second Saturdays

Monthly on the Second Saturday | 9 a.m. - 5 p.m.
July 14, 2018

Free. Family. Fun. Bring the whole family for Philbrook Second Saturdays. Free admission all day and a variety of events and hands-on activities.

Location:

Philbrook Museum of Art

2727 S Rockford Rd.
Tulsa, OK 74114


For more information, contact:


(918)-749-7941

www.philbrook.org


Keystone Ancient Forest

July 14, 20, & 28, 2018

Keystone Ancient Forest enjoy a hike amidst a classic Oklahoma crosstimbers forest with 500-year-old cedars and 300-year-old post oak trees. Come out and take in all that this magnificent forest has to offer inside a 1,360 acre nature preserve listed by The Nature Conservancy as one of the last great places on earth! Hike Dates July 14, 20 & 28, 2018 (July 20 is an Astronomy Night).

Location:

Keystone Ancient Forest

160 Ancient Forest Dr
Sand Springs, OK


For more information, contact:


(918)-246-2661

sandspringsok.org/175/Keystone-Ancient-Forest


Tulsa Herb Society July Educational Speaker

July 16, 2018

C. L. Fornari, writer. Speaker, radio host, garden consultant will speak on how we can benefit from a garden created for the senses. Coffee in the morning, iced tea in the afternoon, cocktail in the evening, learn how to recharge.

Location:

Tulsa Garden Center Auditorium

2435 S. Peoria Avenue
Tulsa, Ok 74114


For more information, contact:

Carol Puckett
(918)-809-4181
eat3@eau3eav3eaw3

tulsagardencenter.com/


Eskimo Joe's 43rd Anniversary

July 16-22, 2018

Enjoy a week of celebration with Eskimo Joe's as they celebrate their 43rd anniversary.

Location:

Eskimo Joe's

501 W Elm Ave
Stillwater, OK


For more information, contact:


(405)-372-8896

www.eskimojoes.com


Drawing on Memories

Monthly on the Third Tuesday | 10 a.m. - 12 p.m.
July 17, 2018

There is a gallery discussion of specific art pieces followed by a hands-on, interactive activity. This program provides an opportunity for the person with the disease to use remaining motor skills and non-linear communication to recreate a representation of them that lets other recognize their essence. Meet others directly affected with an early-stage diagnosis. Snack and drink provided. Event is free but space is limited, please call 800-272-3900, or visit alz.org/Oklahoma.

Location:

Philbrook Museum of Art

2727 S Rockford Rd
Tulsa, OK 74114


For more information, contact:


(800)-272-3900
eat4@eau4eav4eaw4


Tulsa County Free Fair

July 17-20, 2018 | 9:30 a.m. - 7 p.m.

July 21, 2018 | 10 a.m. - 12 p.m.

Free Fun for all ages Ice cream and live entertainment 4-H, FFA and open class in conjunction with Oklahoma State University

Location:

Tulsa Expo Square/Tulsa Fair Grounds

4145 E 21st St
Tulsa, OK


For more information, contact:

Bruce Peverley, Lisa Nicholson, Tricia Moses
(918)-746-3722

www.oces.tulsacounty.org/freefair.html


Porter Peach Festival

July 19-22, 2018

Peaches, Peaches, Peaches.. Come enjoy the sweet smells and tastes of Porter Peaches. Four days of fun filled events in the town of Porter.

Location:

Porter Peach Festival

Main St (Hwy 51B)
Porter, OK


For more information, contact:

Alan Parnell
(918)-636-3094

www.porterpeachfestivals.com/


Tulsa Performing Arts Center-“1964... THE TRIBUTE,”

July 20, 2018 | 8 p.m.

"The Best Beatles Tribute on Earth." The show earns such high praise by maintaining a steady and consistent cast of talented professional musicians who painstakingly recreate the look, feel and note-for-note sound of a live Beatles performance. Let "1964" take you back to the Fab Four's pre-Sgt. Pepper days with period instruments, clothing, hairstyles and onstage banter.

Location:

Tulsa Performing Arts Center

110 E 2nd St
Tulsa, OK


For more information, contact:


(918)-596-7111

tulsapac.com/index.asp


Tulsa Performing Arts Center-“Hairspray,”

July 20-21, 2018 | 7:30 p.m.

July 22, 2018 | 2 p.m.

Tulsa's Broadway Bound students (ages 13-17) take on "Hairspray," one of the most hilarious shows in modern musicals. Teenager Tracy Turnblad’s life in 1962 turns upside-down when she wins a role on her favorite TV show!

Location:

Tulsa Performing Arts Center

110 E 2nd St
Tulsa, OK


For more information, contact:


(918)-596-7111

tulsapac.com/index.asp


Green Country RV & Boat Show

July 20, 2018 | 12 - 9 p.m.

July 21, 2018 | 10 a.m. - 8 p.m.

July 22, 2018 | 12 - 6 p.m.

Come shop hundreds of exciting new RVs from Tulsa’s top RV dealers going head to head for your business! You’ll find something for everyone from lightweight economy models for first timers, to luxury diesel pushers for total comfort and everything in between. Plus, browse innovative products and services from Powersports and Lifestyle vendors too. And be sure to bring the entire family for free kid’s face painting, balloon animals, bouncy house, slides and fun family entertainment! Newly revamped for 2018, this show promises to be bigger and better, so you’ll not want to miss it!

Location:

Tulsa Expo Square/Tulsa Fair Grounds

4145 E 21st St
Tulsa, OK


For more information, contact:

Sheril Vergara

eat5@eau5eav5eaw5

www.greencountryrvshow.com/


3rd Saturday Neighborhood Food Outreach

Monthly on the Third Saturday | 1 - 2 p.m.
July 21, 2018

Please join us on the 3rd Saturday of each month (January-November) from 1-2 p.m. if you or someone you know would be blessed by some extra groceries. Registration is from 1-1:15 p.m. and is required.

Location:

Freedom City Church

802 S Elm Pl
Broken Arrow, Ok 74012


For more information, contact:

Linda Noble
(918)-284-9817
eat6@eau6eav6eaw6

www.fredomcitychurchba.com/


T-Town Wheelers Hot Wheels Show & Sale

July 21, 2018 | 9 a.m. - 1 p.m.

Hot Wheels, Matchbox, Redlines, Convention Cars. You never know what you may find. Downhill racing for the kids! *** FREE ADMISSION ***

Location:

Saint Mark's Methodist Church

10513 East Admiral Place
Tulsa, Ok 74116


For more information, contact:

Carl Fritsche/Robert Priebe

eat7@eau7eav7eaw7

www.microcollector.com/images/TTW/Shows/2018TTWShow.pdf


Somewhere in time - In the Wild Wild West Gala

July 21, 2018

Join us for a rousing evening at our annual Gala, filled with memories of the wild, wild west and featuring the great Rusty Meyers Band who will be playing throughout the evening! Rusty Meyers is a singer, songwriter, actor and musician, known for his traditional and mainstream country sound and compared to George Strait and Alan Jackson. During the night, be prepared to dine on delicious food and get in some fancy two-steppin’ foot work! Boots, hats and western attire welcome! Join us for the 2018 RSVP Somewhere In Time Gala: In the Wild, Wild West Saturday, July 21, 2018 6:00 PM River Spirit Casino Resort :: 8330 Riverside Drive :: Tulsa 2018 Honorary Chair SHARON KING DAVIS King Investments & Commercial Property Developer 2018 Gala Chair Lisa Johnson Lisa Johnson HR Consulting

Location:

River Spirit Casino Resort

8330 Riverside Pkwy
Tulsa, OK 74137


For more information, contact:

Annette Poston
(918)-280-8656
eat8@eau8eav8eaw8

www.rsvptulsa.org/somewhereintime/


2018 Aquapalooza Grand Lake

July 21, 2018 | 1 - 5 p.m.

"Aquapalooza is a good time. It’s about having fun and enjoying Grand Lake,” said Michelle Prine, owner and president of 360GrandLake.com. “The event has continued to grow each year. People come from all over the country to be a part of this national event that has become a popular Grand Lake tradition". The event is free and open to all ages.

Location:

Grand Lake at Disney at Disney Rock

Grand Lake, OK


For more information, contact:


(918)-782-9546

www.360GrandLake.com


Home & Garden Expo of Oklahoma

July 27, 2018 | 12 - 8 p.m.

July 28, 2018 | 10 a.m. - 8 p.m.

July 29, 2018 | 12 - 5 p.m.

Home projects in the works or looking for someone to get the job done.. Come to the Home & Garden Expo of Oklahoma. See many ideas and find the "right person" for that home remodel or repair.

Location:

Tulsa Expo Square/Tulsa Fair Grounds

4145 E 21st St
Tulsa, OK


For more information, contact:

Lisa Burkman
(918)-523-2003
eat9@eau9eav9eaw9

coxradiotulsa.com/


Tulsa Performing Arts Center-“DOUG VARONE AND DANCERS,”

July 28, 2018 | 8 p.m.

For more than 30 years, Doug Varone and Dancers has devoted itself to the humanity and virtuosity of dance, reaching out to audiences well beyond the proscenium arch. This philosophy has earned the company a reputation as one of the most respected dance companies working today. The recipient of 11 Bessie Awards, the Company has toured to more than 125 cities in 45 states across the U.S. and in Europe, Asia, Canada and South America. Stages include The Kennedy Center, Lincoln Center, Brooklyn Academy of Music, New York City Center, San Francisco Performances, London’s Queen Elizabeth Hall, Toronto’s Harbourfront, Moscow’s Stanislavsky Theatre, Buenos Aires’ Teatro San Martin, the Venice Biennale, and the Tokyo, Bates, Jacob’s Pillow and American Dance Festivals.

Location:

Tulsa Performing Arts Center

110 E 2nd St
Tulsa, OK


For more information, contact:


(918)-596-7111

tulsapac.com/index.asp


Tulsa Performing Arts Center-“BEIJING DANCE THEATER,”

July 29, 2018 | 3 p.m.

Founded in 2008, Beijing Dance Theater (BDT) is led by its choreographer Wang Yuanyuan together with visual artists Tan Shaoyuan and Hanjiang. It has collaborated with many internationally renowned dramatists, musicians and designers, enriching the international dance stages with its world-class productions, each of which represents the highest level of Chinese contemporary dance. Artistic Director and Choreographer Wang Yuanyuan was born and raised in Beijing. One of China’s leading modern dance choreographers, she prides herself on being rooted in Chinese traditions, while at the same time producing innovative, authentic, and thought-provoking contemporary dance works for the world stage.

Location:

Tulsa Performing Arts Center

110 E 2nd St
Tulsa, OK


For more information, contact:


(918)-596-7111

tulsapac.com/index.asp


Tulsa Performing Arts Center-“PARSONS DANCE ,”

July 31, 2018 | 8 p.m.

Known for their remarkable athleticism and stunning ensemble work, Parsons Dance brings exuberance, joy and passion to any stage. Flawlessly fusing the gestures and movements that comprise modern dance with the discipline and precision of a classical dance company, the company is internationally renowned. Stunning works, like the iconic "Caught," exemplify this company’s innovation and huge audience appeal.

Location:

Tulsa Performing Arts Center

110 E 2nd St
Tulsa, OK


For more information, contact:


(918)-596-7111

tulsapac.com/index.asp


August 2018

Heart of the Shepherd’s Intern /Apprentice Program at Shepherd’s Cross

Every Sunday, Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday, Thursday & Friday | 8 a.m. - 6 p.m.
August 1, 2, 3, 5, 6, 7, 8, 9, 10, 12, 13, 14, 15, 16, 17, 19, 20, 21, 22, 23, 24, 26, 27, 28, 29, 30 & 31, 2018

Heart of the Shepherd’s internship program has been in place since 2009. Over 30 interns have graduated from our program. The internship program at the farm equips students with basic farming skills and arms them with Biblical references to farming and shepherding. The objective of the internship program is to teach an awareness of basic agriculture, develop basic agricultural skills, expose students to the many agricultural parables found in The Bible, and to teach an appreciation for historical agriculture, laced with a healthy appreciation for industrialized agriculture. Students will learn in the same manner as an apprentice learns. Watch the shepherd, practice with the shepherd, and then do the activity unassisted. The farm is primarily a sheep farm, with several hundred sheep, however there are many other activities on the farm and through the ministry, Heart of the Shepherd. There is a cattle herd, horses, donkeys, chickens, at least one goat, lama, alpaca, sheep dogs, barn cats, a Farm Museum, a Farm Store, hay harvest, pecan harvest, walnut harvest, walnut hulling, a wool mill, shearing school, fiber arts retreats and classes, a Bible Garden which produces vegetables and fruit for farm use and for sale, and a Mission Shop. There is a live on site veterinarian and a veterinary care unit for the animals on the farm. Opportunities abound for learning. Dr. Diane Dickinson, the director for the Internship Program, is an agriculturalist with a Bachelors in Agriculture, a Doctorate in Veterinary Medicine, and over five decades of farm and livestock experience. Following her footsteps each day is sure to include a bountiful harvest of learning. Grandma Wilma is the Bible Garden Tour Guide and harvest Tour Guide. She has been farming and gardening for over seven decades. Walk with her for a few months and learn more about gardening as well as the treasures of The Master Gardener. Internships may be geared toward one of the following 6 areas 1. General Farm & Shepherding Internship: This internship experience includes working in the fields, working with the sheep and other farm animals; assisting with the Pumpkin Festival; providing Christian, agricultural based educational tours; as well as a vast array of support farm tasks such as field and tree maintenance, harvesting, planting, cleaning & fence maintenance; assist in the Farm Animal Barn. 2. Sheep and Shepherding Internship : this internship has it’s primary interest focused on shepherding. The busiest season is the spring season, with many opportunities for learning. Learn what Psalm 23 really means while being the shepherd to the pasture raised flock on the farm. Learn how to give Shepherding Tours, and work in the Farm Animal Barn. 3. Bible Gardening Internship: Learn about natural gardening for sustainability, train to be a Bible Garden Tour guide, assist with Garden related educational activities in the Farm Museum. 4. Wool Mill Internship: Learn how to process wool "green" - including washing, carding, spinning, weaving and more. Learn how to give Wool Mill tours and assist with Wool related displays in the Farm Museum. 5. Farm Museum Internship: The Farm Museum & Educational Silo is an agriculturally based museum with hands on learning activities. The museum is indoors and outdoors. Learn how to manage a museum; assist with upgrading the farm museum, be a farm museum tour guide, and learn how the Bible and agriculture are related. 6. Heart of the Shepherd Missions and Missions Shop Internship: Emphasis is on the International Mission Shop, on location, and assist with online sale for mission fundraising. Learn how to tell the story of the nations and their needs, and how to maintain on line and brick and mortar gift shops. Interns will experience some of every segment of farm life, and are not restricted completely to their internship emphasis. We have a saying “Every day is a new day on the farm.” Be ready to be flexible. Nature is unpredictable. Steps of the application process: 1. Submit a Resume 2. Receive an Internship application & return the completed form to our office. 3. Reference checks 4. Personal Interview 5. Background Check Internships are for one semester. Generally the times are as follows: • Spring Semester January – May • Summer Semester May – Mid-Aug or Early Sept. • Fall Semester Early September - December Activities of farm life change with the seasons. • The spring semester is the busiest sheep season to intern, as this is lambing season and sheep shearing on the farm. This is also haying season • The summer semester is the busiest Bible Garden season to intern, as this is harvest season. • The fall semester is a busy evangelism outreach with the Pumpkin Festival and Living Nativity. This is also pecan and walnut harvest season and haying season. Following successful completion of the Internship, the student may apply for the Residency Program. The Residency Program allows the student to remain at the farm for one complete calendar year, experiencing all of the activities of a farm year. This is beneficial in terms of understanding seed time and harvest, and the Biblical Implications. Experience is advantageous, but not required. Internships are full or part time. Compensation for internships may include room, board and a monthly monetary stipend. The stipend is not a salary, and it is performance based. College credit can be given for our internship program. We have worked with many colleges within and outside of the state. Interns have come from New Hampshire, California, Colorado, Kansas, South Carolina, Arizona, Georgia,Kansas, Illinois, Minnesota, New York, Kyrgyzstan and Oklahoma. Several graduate interns have been hired to be a part of the Shepherd's Cross and Heart of the Shepherd team. For more information about the farm, drop by and talk to Dr. D or visit the website at www.ShepherdsCross.com

Location:

Shepherd’s Cross

16792 East 450 Road, OK 74017
Claremore, Ok 74017


For more information, contact:


1-918-342-5911
eat10@eau10eav10eaw10


Community BUNCO Bash

August 3, 2018 | 6 - 9 p.m.

If you enjoy meeting new people, great food, friendly competition, and winning prizes, join us for the Friday, August 3 Community BUNCO Bash. Nearly 150 people enjoyed the last event hosted by the BA Senior Center! Dinner begins at 6 pm and BUNCO at 7 pm. Tickets are $10 in advance or $12 at the door. Tickets are available at 1800 S. Main Street in Broken Arrow, by phone at (918) 259-8377 or online at www.baseniors.org. All proceeds will benefit the Broken Arrow Senior Center.

Location:

Broken Arrow Senior Center

1800 South Main Street
Broken Arrow, OK 74012


For more information, contact:

Ami Bucher
(918)-259-8377
eat11@eau11eav11eaw11


Tulsa Performing Arts Center-“SHAKESPEARE IN LOVE,”

August 3-4, 2018 | 8 p.m.

August 5, 2018 | 2 p.m.

August 10-11, 2018 | 8 p.m.

August 12, 2018 | 2 p.m.

Under the veil of secrecy, Will and Viola’s passionate love affair becomes the basis of the very play he is writing – Romeo and Juliet. With opening night – and the wedding day – fast approaching, the plots race toward a parallel conclusion. Will it all work out in the end or are the two star-crossed lovers destined for tragedy? Based on the screenplay by Marc Norman & Tom Stoppard and adapted for the stage by Lee Hall, with music by Paddy Cunneen Directed by - Rick Harrelson

Location:

Tulsa Performing Arts Center

110 E 2nd St
Tulsa, OK


For more information, contact:


(918)-596-7111

tulsapac.com/index.asp


T-Town Wheelers Club Meeting

August 4, 2018 | 1 - 3 p.m.

The T-Town Wheelers is a non profit organization of Hot Wheels (and other) die cast collectors since 1994. We are a family oriented membership and have meetings once a month at the Hardesty Public Library located just East of 93rd and Memorial in Tulsa, Oklahoma

Location:

Hardesty Regional Library

8316 East 93rd Street
Tulsa, Ok 74133


For more information, contact:

Carl Fritsche/Robert Priebe
(918)-812-9991

www.microcollector.com/t-townwheelers.htm


Tulsa Performing Arts Center-“50 YEARS OF BOLLYWOOD,”

August 4, 2018 | 7:30 p.m.

PRESENTED BY: South Asian Performing Arts Foundation

Location:

Tulsa Performing Arts Center

110 E 2nd St
Tulsa, OK


For more information, contact:


(918)-596-7111

tulsapac.com/index.asp


Free Coed Owasso Fit Camp hosted by OR Nutrition

Every Monday | 7 p.m. - 12 a.m.
August 6, 13, 20 & 27, 2018

One community encouraging each other to live a nutritiant rich, healthy, active lifestyle! Workouts are based on personal ability. FREE: MWF 7:30pm

Location:

The Church at Owasso

12200 East 86th St N
Owasso, OK 74055


For more information, contact:


(918)-720-7386

www.facebook.com/ORutrition/


MARRIAGE MATTERS Mondays

Every Monday | 7 - 8 p.m.
August 6, 13, 20 & 27, 2018

MARRIAGE MATTERS Mondays is for anyone who wants a better marriage! FREE every Monday night at Hicks Park and Community Center, 3443 S. Mingo Road, presented by Marriage and Family Initiative. For more information www.MarriageAndFamilyTulsa.org

Location:

Hicks Park and Community Center

3443 S. Mingo Road
Tulsa, OK 74134


For more information, contact:

Bruce Wilbanks
(918)-252-7883
eat0@eau0eav0eaw0

www.MarriageAndFamilyTulsa.org


Marriage Matters Mondays - FREE

Every Monday | 7 - 8 p.m.
August 6, 13, 20 & 27, 2018

Marriage Matters Mondays is a FREE ongoing, drop-in marriage workshop. A MFI facilitator will help couples explore a new topic each week in a comfortable, relaxed atmosphere. Everyone is welcome with no pressure to share. Start at any time – register for free at www.MarriageAndFamilyTulsa.org. Every Monday evening, 7:00 – 7:50 p.m. at Hicks Park and Community Center, 3443 S. Mingo Road, Tulsa

Location:

Hicks Park and Community Center

3443 S. Mingo Road
Tulsa, OK 74134


For more information, contact:

Bruce Wilbanks
(918)-252-7883
eat0@eau0eav0eaw0

marriageandfamilytulsa.org/


Blondie in concert

August 9, 2018

Blondie a pioneer in the early American new wave and punk scenes of the mid-late 1970s.

Location:

Hard Rock Casino Tulsa

777 West Cherokee St.
Catoosa, OK


For more information, contact:



eat14@eau14eav14eaw14

www.hardrockcasinotulsa.com


Pawnee Bill Memorial Rodeo

August 9-11, 2018

Location:

Lakeside Arena

Lakeside Arena
Pawnee, OK 74058


For more information, contact:


(918)-880-7218

www.cityofpawnee.com/pawnee-bill-memorial-rodeo


FLY Film Festival

August 9-11, 2018

Come one come all to watch films at the FLY Film Festival

Location:

Downtown Enid

Downtown Enid
Tulsa, OK 73701


For more information, contact:


(580)-234-1052

www.flyfilmfestival.org


Rush Springs Watermelon Festival & Rodeo

August 9-11, 2018

Rush Springs Watermelon Festival and Rodeo. Taste the fruits of summer and have fun at the rodeo. Best times of summer.

Location:

Jeff Davis Park

Rush Springs
Rush Springs, OK 73082


For more information, contact:


(580)-476-3103


Cimarron River Stampede Rodeo

August 9-11, 2018 | 7 p.m.

Cimarron River Stampede Rodeo

Location:

Waynoka Rodeo Grounds & Downtown Waynoka

Waynoka Rodeo Grounds & Downtown Waynoka
Waynoka, OK 73860


For more information, contact:


(580)-515-0131


Martina McBride in concert

August 10, 2018

Location:

Hard Rock Casino Tulsa

777 West Cherokee St.
Catoosa, OK 74137


For more information, contact:



eat14@eau14eav14eaw14

www.hardrockcasinotulsa.com


Friday Flicks-Free Movie STAR WARS: THE LAST JEDI-Rated PG 13-Activities

August 10, 2018 | 7 p.m.

Friday Flicks-Free Movie STAR WARS: THE LAST JEDI-Rated PG 13-Activities

Location:

Case Community Park

2500 S River City Park Road
Sand Springs, OK 74063


For more information, contact:


(918)-246-2500

www.sandspringsok.org


FireLake Fireflight Balloon Festival

August 10-11, 2018

Location:

Citizen Potawatomi Nation Powwow Grounds

Heritage Pkwy
Shawnee, OK 74801


For more information, contact:


(405)-275-3121

www.firelakeballoonfest.com


Okmulgee Invitational Rodeo & Festival

August 10-11, 2018

Location:

Creek Nation Omniplex Arena

Creek Nation Omniplex Arena
Tulsa, OK 74447


For more information, contact:


(918)-758-7044


Sense and Sensibility; Oklahoma Shakespeare in the Park

August 10-11, 16-19, & 23-25, 2018 | 8:30 p.m.

Oklahoma Shakespeare in the Park

Location:

Oklahoma Shakespeare in the Park

2920 Paseo
Oklahoma City, OK 73103


For more information, contact:


(405)-235-3700

www.oklahomashakespeare.com/events/season


NEWSIES

August 10-11, 2018 | 8 p.m.

August 12, 2018 | 2 p.m.

August 17-18, 2018 | 8 p.m.

August 19, 2018 | 2 p.m.

August 24, 2018 | 8 p.m.

August 25, 2018 | 2 - 8 p.m.

August 26, 2018 | 2 p.m.

Aug. 10-11, 17-18, 24-25 at 8 p.m.; Aug. 12, 19, 25, 26 at 2 p.m.

Location:

Tulsa Performing Arts Center

110 E 2nd St
Tulsa, OK 73103


For more information, contact:

www.tulsapac.com


Free Admission: Philbrook Second Saturdays

Monthly on the Second Saturday | 9 a.m. - 5 p.m.
August 11, 2018

Free. Family. Fun. Bring the whole family for Philbrook Second Saturdays. Free admission all day and a variety of events and hands-on activities.

Location:

Philbrook Museum of Art

2727 S Rockford Rd.
Tulsa, OK 74114


For more information, contact:


(918)-749-7941

www.philbrook.org


Youth Outdoor Expo

August 11, 2018 | 8 a.m. - 2 p.m.

Outdoor activities specific for children and young adults including archery, fishing, wildlife, BB guns, the ODWC, and various other exhibits. Fabulous food. All Free and opento the public.

Location:

Tulsa Gun Club

8888 Mohawk Blvd
Tulsa, Ok 74117


For more information, contact:

Bob Dorn
(918)-352-8888

Tulsabirddog.org


Dr. Ken Jeong

August 11, 2018

Location:

Paradise Cove at River Spirit Casino

8330 Riverside Parkway
Tulsa, OK 74137


For more information, contact:


(918)-995-8235

www.tickets.riverspirittulsa.com


Stillwater Balloon Festival

August 11, 2018

Location:

Stillwater Balloon Festival

6411 N Perkins Rd
Stillwater, OK 74075


For more information, contact:


(405)-385-4040

www.stillwaterballoonfest.com


Will Rogers & Wiley Post Fly-in

August 11, 2018

Will Rogers & Wiley Post Fly-in

Location:

Will Rogers Birthplace Ranch

9501 E 380 Rd
Oologah, OK 74017


For more information, contact:


(918)-341-8688

www.visitclaremore.org


Keystone Ancient Forest

August 11 & 25, 2018

Location:

Keystone Ancient Forest

160 Ancient Forest Dr
Sand Springs, OK


For more information, contact:


(918)-246-2661

www.sandspringsok.org/175/Keystone-Ancient-Forest


Senior Star Round-Up

August 12, 2018 | 2 - 5 p.m.

At the 16th annual Senior Star Round-Up, older adults will enjoy live music, dancing, refreshments and door prizes at the legendary Cain's Ballroom. The event is Sunday, August 12, from 2 - 5 p.m. (Doors open at 1:30.) Entertainment headliner Cowboy Jones will be joined by special guests The Round Up Boys to get boots scootin'. Tickets are $10 and are available in advance from LIFE Senior Services (5950 E. 31st Street) or may be purchased at the door. The event is hosted by Senior Star Living and their senior housing communities of Burgundy Place and Woodland Terrace. Senior Star Round-Up is a fund raiser for LIFE Senior Services. For more information, call (918) 664-9000.

Location:

Cain's Ballroom

423 N. Main Street
Tulsa, OK 74103


For more information, contact:

Rickye Wilson
(918)-664-9000
eat16@eau16eav16eaw16


Sunday Twilight Concert Series; Myriad Botanical Gardens

August 12, 19, & 26, 2018

Aug 12, 19 & 26, 2018

Location:

Sunday Twilight Concert Series; Myriad Botanical Gardens

301 W Reno
Oklahoma City, OK 73102


For more information, contact:


(405)-270-4848

www.artscouncilokc.com


Music in the Park; Wintersmith Park

August 12, 19, & 26, 2018

Aug 12, 19, & 26, Sept 2 & 9, 2018

Location:

Wintersmith Park

1501 Wintersmith Dr
Ada, OK 74820


For more information, contact:


(580)-436-6300


American Indian Expo

August 15-18, 2018

Aug 15 - 18, 2018 American Indian Expo Caddo County Fairgrounds

Location:

Caddo County Fairgrounds

Caddo County Fairgrounds
Anadarko, OK 73005


For more information, contact:


(405)-638-2128

www.facebook.com/2018AmericanIndianExpo


Vince Gill in Concert

August 16, 2018

Location:

Paradise Cove at River Spirit Casino

8330 Riverside Parkway
Tulsa, OK 74137


For more information, contact:


(918)-995-8235

www.tickets.riverspirittulsa.com


Carnegie Tri-County Free Fair

August 16-18, 2018

Aug 16 - 18, 2018 Carnegie Tri-County Free Fair

Location:

Carnegie Park

101 E Cedar
Carnegie, OK 73015


For more information, contact:



www.carnegieok.com/fair


Summer Shoot Out Barrel Racing

August 16-19, 2018

Location:

Oklahoma State Fair Park

3001 General Pershing Blvd
Oklahoma City, OK 73107


For more information, contact:


(405)-364-0274

www.shootoutbarrels.com


Murray County Free Fair

August 16-19, 2018

Aug 16 - 19, 2018 Murray County Free Fair

Location:

Murray County Expo Center

3490 Hwy 7 W
Sulphur, OK 73086


For more information, contact:


(580)-622-3016

www.oces.okstate.edu/murray/murray-county-free-fair


Blanchard Bluegrass Festival

August 17-18, 2018

Aug 17 - 18, 2018 Blanchard Bluegrass Festival

Location:

Lions Park

SW 7th St
Blanchard, OK 73010



THE WIZARD OF OZ

August 17-18, 2018 | 7:30 p.m.

August 19, 2018 | 2 p.m.

August 24-25, 2018 | 7:30 p.m.

August 26, 2018 | 2 p.m.

Aug. 17-18, 24-25 at 7:30 p.m. Aug. 19, 26 at 2 p.m. THE WIZARD OF OZ

Location:

Tulsa Performing Arts Center

110 E 2nd St
Tulsa, Ok 74103


For more information, contact:


(714)-862-6935
eat17@eau17eav17eaw17

tulsapac.com


3rd Saturday Neighborhood Food Outreach

Monthly on the Third Saturday | 1 - 2 p.m.
August 18, 2018

Please join us on the 3rd Saturday of each month (January-November) from 1-2 p.m. if you or someone you know would be blessed by some extra groceries. Registration is from 1-1:15 p.m. and is required.

Location:

Freedom City Church

802 S Elm Pl
Broken Arrow, Ok 74012


For more information, contact:

Linda Noble
(918)-284-9817
eat6@eau6eav6eaw6

www.fredomcitychurchba.com/


KNID in the Wild Expo

August 18-19, 2018

Aug 18 - 19, 2018 KNID in the Wild Expo

Location:

Central National Bank Center

302 S Grand
Enid, OK 73701


For more information, contact:


(580)-237-1390

www.knid.com


Ottawa County Free Fair

August 18-25, 2018

Aug 18 - 25, 2018 Ottawa County Free Fair

Location:

Miami Fairgrounds

1129 E St SW
Miami, Ok 74354


For more information, contact:


(918)-542-1688

www.oces.okstate.edu/ottawa/county-fair


Drawing on Memories

Monthly on the Third Tuesday | 10 a.m. - 12 p.m.
August 21, 2018

There is a gallery discussion of specific art pieces followed by a hands-on, interactive activity. This program provides an opportunity for the person with the disease to use remaining motor skills and non-linear communication to recreate a representation of them that lets other recognize their essence. Meet others directly affected with an early-stage diagnosis. Snack and drink provided. Event is free but space is limited, please call 800-272-3900, or visit alz.org/Oklahoma.

Location:

Philbrook Museum of Art

2727 S Rockford Rd
Tulsa, OK 74114


For more information, contact:


(800)-272-3900
eat4@eau4eav4eaw4


Will Rogers Memorial Rodeo Parade

August 22, 2018

Aug 22, 2018 Will Rogers Memorial Rodeo Parade

Location:

Will Rogers Memorial Rodeo Parade

North Park
Vinita, OK 74301


For more information, contact:


(918)-256-7133

www.vinita.com


Canadian County Fair

August 22-25, 2018

Aug 22 - 25, 2018 Canadian County Fair

Location:

Canadian County Fair

220 N Country Club Rd
El Reno, OK 73036


For more information, contact:


(405)-262-0683

www.canadiancountyfair.com


OK County Free Fair

August 23-25, 2018

Aug 23 - 25, 2018 OK County Free Fair

Location:

Oklahoma State Fair Park

3001 General Pershing Blvd
Oklahoma City, OK 73107


For more information, contact:


(405)-713-1125

www.okstatefair.com


Ponca Tribal Powwow

August 23-26, 2018

Aug 23 - 26, 2018 Ponca Tribal Powwow

Location:

Ponca Tribal Powwow

20 White Eagle Dr
Ponca City, OK 74601


For more information, contact:


(580)-762-8104

www.ponca.com/news---events


Candlebox in concert

August 25, 2018

Location:

Paradise Cove at River Spirit Casino

Spirit 8330 Riverside Parkway
Tulsa, OK 74137


For more information, contact:


(918)-995-8235

www.tickets.riverspirittulsa.com


Tulsa Maker Faire

August 25, 2018

Aug 25, 2018 Tulsa Maker Faire

Location:

Tulsa Expo Square

4145 E 21st St
Tulsa, OK 74114


For more information, contact:


(918)-779-6025

www.tulsa.makerfaire.com


AMP Festival

August 25, 2018

Aug 25, 2018 AMP Festival

Location:

AMP Festival

701 W Sheridan Ave
Oklahoma City, 73102


For more information, contact:


(405)-810-6977

www.ampfestokc.com


Let It Be Arts Festival

August 25-26, 2018

Aug 25 - 26, 2018 Let It Be Arts Festival

Location:

Keifer City Park

151st St & Hwy 75A
Keifer, OK 74041


For more information, contact:


(918)-720-2006

www.facebook.com/events/2112343625665028


September 2018

T-Town Wheelers Club Meeting

September 1, 2018 | 1 - 3 p.m.

The T-Town Wheelers is a non profit organization of Hot Wheels (and other) die cast collectors since 1994. We are a family oriented membership and have meetings once a month at the Hardesty Public Library located just East of 93rd and Memorial in Tulsa, Oklahoma

Location:

Hardesty Regional Library

8316 East 93rd Street
Tulsa, Ok 74133


For more information, contact:

Carl Fritsche/Robert Priebe
(918)-812-9991

www.microcollector.com/t-townwheelers.htm


Ringo Starr in concert

September 1, 2018

Location:

Hard Rock Casino Tulsa

777 West Cherokee St.
Catoosa, OK 74137


For more information, contact:



eat14@eau14eav14eaw14

www.hardrockcasinotulsa.com


Music in the Park; Wintersmith Park

September 2 & 9, 2018

Aug 12, 19, & 26, Sept 2 & 9, 2018

Location:

Wintersmith Park

1501 Wintersmith Dr
Ada, OK 74820


For more information, contact:


(580)-436-6300


Heart of the Shepherd’s Intern /Apprentice Program at Shepherd’s Cross

Every Sunday, Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday, Thursday & Friday | 8 a.m. - 6 p.m.
September 2, 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 9, 10, 11, 12, 13, 14, 16, 17, 18, 19, 20, 21, 23, 24, 25, 26, 27, 28 & 30, 2018

Heart of the Shepherd’s internship program has been in place since 2009. Over 30 interns have graduated from our program. The internship program at the farm equips students with basic farming skills and arms them with Biblical references to farming and shepherding. The objective of the internship program is to teach an awareness of basic agriculture, develop basic agricultural skills, expose students to the many agricultural parables found in The Bible, and to teach an appreciation for historical agriculture, laced with a healthy appreciation for industrialized agriculture. Students will learn in the same manner as an apprentice learns. Watch the shepherd, practice with the shepherd, and then do the activity unassisted. The farm is primarily a sheep farm, with several hundred sheep, however there are many other activities on the farm and through the ministry, Heart of the Shepherd. There is a cattle herd, horses, donkeys, chickens, at least one goat, lama, alpaca, sheep dogs, barn cats, a Farm Museum, a Farm Store, hay harvest, pecan harvest, walnut harvest, walnut hulling, a wool mill, shearing school, fiber arts retreats and classes, a Bible Garden which produces vegetables and fruit for farm use and for sale, and a Mission Shop. There is a live on site veterinarian and a veterinary care unit for the animals on the farm. Opportunities abound for learning. Dr. Diane Dickinson, the director for the Internship Program, is an agriculturalist with a Bachelors in Agriculture, a Doctorate in Veterinary Medicine, and over five decades of farm and livestock experience. Following her footsteps each day is sure to include a bountiful harvest of learning. Grandma Wilma is the Bible Garden Tour Guide and harvest Tour Guide. She has been farming and gardening for over seven decades. Walk with her for a few months and learn more about gardening as well as the treasures of The Master Gardener. Internships may be geared toward one of the following 6 areas 1. General Farm & Shepherding Internship: This internship experience includes working in the fields, working with the sheep and other farm animals; assisting with the Pumpkin Festival; providing Christian, agricultural based educational tours; as well as a vast array of support farm tasks such as field and tree maintenance, harvesting, planting, cleaning & fence maintenance; assist in the Farm Animal Barn. 2. Sheep and Shepherding Internship : this internship has it’s primary interest focused on shepherding. The busiest season is the spring season, with many opportunities for learning. Learn what Psalm 23 really means while being the shepherd to the pasture raised flock on the farm. Learn how to give Shepherding Tours, and work in the Farm Animal Barn. 3. Bible Gardening Internship: Learn about natural gardening for sustainability, train to be a Bible Garden Tour guide, assist with Garden related educational activities in the Farm Museum. 4. Wool Mill Internship: Learn how to process wool "green" - including washing, carding, spinning, weaving and more. Learn how to give Wool Mill tours and assist with Wool related displays in the Farm Museum. 5. Farm Museum Internship: The Farm Museum & Educational Silo is an agriculturally based museum with hands on learning activities. The museum is indoors and outdoors. Learn how to manage a museum; assist with upgrading the farm museum, be a farm museum tour guide, and learn how the Bible and agriculture are related. 6. Heart of the Shepherd Missions and Missions Shop Internship: Emphasis is on the International Mission Shop, on location, and assist with online sale for mission fundraising. Learn how to tell the story of the nations and their needs, and how to maintain on line and brick and mortar gift shops. Interns will experience some of every segment of farm life, and are not restricted completely to their internship emphasis. We have a saying “Every day is a new day on the farm.” Be ready to be flexible. Nature is unpredictable. Steps of the application process: 1. Submit a Resume 2. Receive an Internship application & return the completed form to our office. 3. Reference checks 4. Personal Interview 5. Background Check Internships are for one semester. Generally the times are as follows: • Spring Semester January – May • Summer Semester May – Mid-Aug or Early Sept. • Fall Semester Early September - December Activities of farm life change with the seasons. • The spring semester is the busiest sheep season to intern, as this is lambing season and sheep shearing on the farm. This is also haying season • The summer semester is the busiest Bible Garden season to intern, as this is harvest season. • The fall semester is a busy evangelism outreach with the Pumpkin Festival and Living Nativity. This is also pecan and walnut harvest season and haying season. Following successful completion of the Internship, the student may apply for the Residency Program. The Residency Program allows the student to remain at the farm for one complete calendar year, experiencing all of the activities of a farm year. This is beneficial in terms of understanding seed time and harvest, and the Biblical Implications. Experience is advantageous, but not required. Internships are full or part time. Compensation for internships may include room, board and a monthly monetary stipend. The stipend is not a salary, and it is performance based. College credit can be given for our internship program. We have worked with many colleges within and outside of the state. Interns have come from New Hampshire, California, Colorado, Kansas, South Carolina, Arizona, Georgia,Kansas, Illinois, Minnesota, New York, Kyrgyzstan and Oklahoma. Several graduate interns have been hired to be a part of the Shepherd's Cross and Heart of the Shepherd team. For more information about the farm, drop by and talk to Dr. D or visit the website at www.ShepherdsCross.com

Location:

Shepherd’s Cross

16792 East 450 Road, OK 74017
Claremore, Ok 74017


For more information, contact:


1-918-342-5911
eat10@eau10eav10eaw10


MARRIAGE MATTERS Mondays

Every Monday | 7 - 8 p.m.
September 3, 10, 17 & 24, 2018

MARRIAGE MATTERS Mondays is for anyone who wants a better marriage! FREE every Monday night at Hicks Park and Community Center, 3443 S. Mingo Road, presented by Marriage and Family Initiative. For more information www.MarriageAndFamilyTulsa.org

Location:

Hicks Park and Community Center

3443 S. Mingo Road
Tulsa, OK 74134


For more information, contact:

Bruce Wilbanks
(918)-252-7883
eat0@eau0eav0eaw0

www.MarriageAndFamilyTulsa.org


Free Coed Owasso Fit Camp hosted by OR Nutrition

Every Monday | 7 p.m. - 12 a.m.
September 3, 10, 17 & 24, 2018

One community encouraging each other to live a nutritiant rich, healthy, active lifestyle! Workouts are based on personal ability. FREE: MWF 7:30pm

Location:

The Church at Owasso

12200 East 86th St N
Owasso, OK 74055


For more information, contact:


(918)-720-7386

www.facebook.com/ORutrition/


Marriage Matters Mondays - FREE

Every Monday | 7 - 8 p.m.
September 3, 10, 17 & 24, 2018

Marriage Matters Mondays is a FREE ongoing, drop-in marriage workshop. A MFI facilitator will help couples explore a new topic each week in a comfortable, relaxed atmosphere. Everyone is welcome with no pressure to share. Start at any time – register for free at www.MarriageAndFamilyTulsa.org. Every Monday evening, 7:00 – 7:50 p.m. at Hicks Park and Community Center, 3443 S. Mingo Road, Tulsa

Location:

Hicks Park and Community Center

3443 S. Mingo Road
Tulsa, OK 74134


For more information, contact:

Bruce Wilbanks
(918)-252-7883
eat0@eau0eav0eaw0

marriageandfamilytulsa.org/


Community Bible Study-Owasso

Every Wednesday | 9:30 - 11:30 a.m.
September 5, 12, 19 & 26, 2018

Community Bible Study is coming to Owasso! CBS is an interdenominational Bible study for all ages and Bible knowledge levels. Currently, we are holding a Bible study class this fall for women and children through homeschool ages. It will be located at First Baptist Owasso, Wednesdays 9:30am -11:30am, September 5th - May 8th. Visit: OwassoOK.CBSclass.org for more information!

Location:

First Baptist Owasso

13307 E 96th ST N
Owasso, OK 74055


For more information, contact:

Valerie Williams
eat24@eau24eav24eaw24

owassoOK.cbsclass.org


WICKED

September 6, 2018 | 7:30 p.m.

September 7, 2018 | 8 p.m.

September 8, 2018 | 2 - 8 p.m.

September 9, 2018 | 1 - 6:30 p.m.

September 11-13, 2018 | 7:30 p.m.

September 14, 2018 | 8 p.m.

September 15, 2018 | 2 - 8 p.m.

September 16, 2018 | 1 - 6:30 p.m.

September 18-20, 2018 | 7:30 p.m.

September 21, 2018 | 8 p.m.

September 22, 2018 | 2 - 8 p.m.

September 23, 2018 | 1 - 6:30 p.m.

Location:

Tulsa Performing Arts Center

110 E 2nd St
Tulsa, OK 74103


For more information, contact:


(918)-596-7111

www.tulsapac.com


Day of Caring

September 7, 2018 | 7 a.m. - 3 p.m.

A community-wide day of service which will include thousands of volunteers from hundreds of companies across the Tulsa area.

Location:

Tulsa City County Library

400 Civic Center
Tulsa, Ok 74103


For more information, contact:

Bonnie Rucker
1-918-295-6601
eat25@eau25eav25eaw25


Free Admission: Philbrook Second Saturdays

Monthly on the Second Saturday | 9 a.m. - 5 p.m.
September 8, 2018

Free. Family. Fun. Bring the whole family for Philbrook Second Saturdays. Free admission all day and a variety of events and hands-on activities.

Location:

Philbrook Museum of Art

2727 S Rockford Rd.
Tulsa, OK 74114


For more information, contact:


(918)-749-7941

www.philbrook.org


Gene Simmons in Concert

September 8, 2018

Musician, singer, songwriter, record producer, entrepreneur, actor, author and television personality. He has been the bassist and co-lead singer of Kiss, the rock band he co-founded with lead singer and rhythm guitarist Paul Stanley in the early 1970s.

Location:

Paradise Cove at River

Spirit 8330 Riverside Parkway
Tulsa, OK 74137


For more information, contact:


(918)-995-8235

www.tickets.riverspirittulsa.com


Oklahoma Caring Awards

September 13, 2018 | 7 - 9 p.m.

Keynote speaker: Jody Jean Dreyer, a 30-year Walt Disney Company employee who has held 22 different positions within the company, most recently as a senior corporate vice-president leading worldwide synergy and special projects, will speak to event attendees about “The Magic of Hospitality.” Event festivities include the award ceremony, dinner by the DoubleTree Hotel, and an exciting live auction. With “The Magic of Hospitality” as the event theme, guests can expect to see Disney-like elements throughout the evening. Award Categories include Individual Caregiver, Small Business, Large Business, Church, Small Healthcare Company, and Large Healthcare Company. All proceeds from the event will benefit The Hospitality House of Tulsa, a nonprofit that annually serves approximately 1,000 families who must travel to Tulsa to receive critical medical care from distances of 30-800 miles away.

Location:

DoubleTree Hotel at Warren Place

6110 S Yale Ave.
Tulsa, OK 74136


For more information, contact:

Rhonda McDaniel
(918)-794-0088
eat26@eau26eav26eaw26

hhtulsa.org/okcaringawards


3rd Saturday Neighborhood Food Outreach

Monthly on the Third Saturday | 1 - 2 p.m.
September 15, 2018

Please join us on the 3rd Saturday of each month (January-November) from 1-2 p.m. if you or someone you know would be blessed by some extra groceries. Registration is from 1-1:15 p.m. and is required.

Location:

Freedom City Church

802 S Elm Pl
Broken Arrow, Ok 74012


For more information, contact:

Linda Noble
(918)-284-9817
eat6@eau6eav6eaw6

www.fredomcitychurchba.com/


T-Town Wheelers Hot Wheels Show & Sale

September 15, 2018 | 9 a.m. - 1 p.m.

Hot Wheels, Matchbox, Redlines, Convention Cars. You never know what you may find. Downhill racing for the kids! *** FREE ADMISSION ***

Location:

Saint Mark's Methodist Church

10513 East Admiral Place
Tulsa, Ok 74116


For more information, contact:

Carl Fritsche/Robert Priebe

eat7@eau7eav7eaw7

www.microcollector.com/images/TTW/Shows/2018TTWShow.pdf


Drawing on Memories

Monthly on the Third Tuesday | 10 a.m. - 12 p.m.
September 18, 2018

There is a gallery discussion of specific art pieces followed by a hands-on, interactive activity. This program provides an opportunity for the person with the disease to use remaining motor skills and non-linear communication to recreate a representation of them that lets other recognize their essence. Meet others directly affected with an early-stage diagnosis. Snack and drink provided. Event is free but space is limited, please call 800-272-3900, or visit alz.org/Oklahoma.

Location:

Philbrook Museum of Art

2727 S Rockford Rd
Tulsa, OK 74114


For more information, contact:


(800)-272-3900
eat4@eau4eav4eaw4


October 2018

Free Coed Owasso Fit Camp hosted by OR Nutrition

Every Monday | 7 p.m. - 12 a.m.
October 1, 8, 15, 22 & 29, 2018

One community encouraging each other to live a nutritiant rich, healthy, active lifestyle! Workouts are based on personal ability. FREE: MWF 7:30pm

Location:

The Church at Owasso

12200 East 86th St N
Owasso, OK 74055


For more information, contact:


(918)-720-7386

www.facebook.com/ORutrition/


Marriage Matters Mondays - FREE

Every Monday | 7 - 8 p.m.
October 1, 8, 15, 22 & 29, 2018

Marriage Matters Mondays is a FREE ongoing, drop-in marriage workshop. A MFI facilitator will help couples explore a new topic each week in a comfortable, relaxed atmosphere. Everyone is welcome with no pressure to share. Start at any time – register for free at www.MarriageAndFamilyTulsa.org. Every Monday evening, 7:00 – 7:50 p.m. at Hicks Park and Community Center, 3443 S. Mingo Road, Tulsa

Location:

Hicks Park and Community Center

3443 S. Mingo Road
Tulsa, OK 74134


For more information, contact:

Bruce Wilbanks
(918)-252-7883
eat0@eau0eav0eaw0

marriageandfamilytulsa.org/


MARRIAGE MATTERS Mondays

Every Monday | 7 - 8 p.m.
October 1, 8, 15, 22 & 29, 2018

MARRIAGE MATTERS Mondays is for anyone who wants a better marriage! FREE every Monday night at Hicks Park and Community Center, 3443 S. Mingo Road, presented by Marriage and Family Initiative. For more information www.MarriageAndFamilyTulsa.org

Location:

Hicks Park and Community Center

3443 S. Mingo Road
Tulsa, OK 74134


For more information, contact:

Bruce Wilbanks
(918)-252-7883
eat0@eau0eav0eaw0

www.MarriageAndFamilyTulsa.org


Heart of the Shepherd’s Intern /Apprentice Program at Shepherd’s Cross

Every Sunday, Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday, Thursday & Friday | 8 a.m. - 6 p.m.
October 1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 7, 8, 9, 10, 11, 12, 14, 15, 16, 17, 18, 19, 21, 22, 23, 24, 25, 26, 28, 29, 30 & 31, 2018

Heart of the Shepherd’s internship program has been in place since 2009. Over 30 interns have graduated from our program. The internship program at the farm equips students with basic farming skills and arms them with Biblical references to farming and shepherding. The objective of the internship program is to teach an awareness of basic agriculture, develop basic agricultural skills, expose students to the many agricultural parables found in The Bible, and to teach an appreciation for historical agriculture, laced with a healthy appreciation for industrialized agriculture. Students will learn in the same manner as an apprentice learns. Watch the shepherd, practice with the shepherd, and then do the activity unassisted. The farm is primarily a sheep farm, with several hundred sheep, however there are many other activities on the farm and through the ministry, Heart of the Shepherd. There is a cattle herd, horses, donkeys, chickens, at least one goat, lama, alpaca, sheep dogs, barn cats, a Farm Museum, a Farm Store, hay harvest, pecan harvest, walnut harvest, walnut hulling, a wool mill, shearing school, fiber arts retreats and classes, a Bible Garden which produces vegetables and fruit for farm use and for sale, and a Mission Shop. There is a live on site veterinarian and a veterinary care unit for the animals on the farm. Opportunities abound for learning. Dr. Diane Dickinson, the director for the Internship Program, is an agriculturalist with a Bachelors in Agriculture, a Doctorate in Veterinary Medicine, and over five decades of farm and livestock experience. Following her footsteps each day is sure to include a bountiful harvest of learning. Grandma Wilma is the Bible Garden Tour Guide and harvest Tour Guide. She has been farming and gardening for over seven decades. Walk with her for a few months and learn more about gardening as well as the treasures of The Master Gardener. Internships may be geared toward one of the following 6 areas 1. General Farm & Shepherding Internship: This internship experience includes working in the fields, working with the sheep and other farm animals; assisting with the Pumpkin Festival; providing Christian, agricultural based educational tours; as well as a vast array of support farm tasks such as field and tree maintenance, harvesting, planting, cleaning & fence maintenance; assist in the Farm Animal Barn. 2. Sheep and Shepherding Internship : this internship has it’s primary interest focused on shepherding. The busiest season is the spring season, with many opportunities for learning. Learn what Psalm 23 really means while being the shepherd to the pasture raised flock on the farm. Learn how to give Shepherding Tours, and work in the Farm Animal Barn. 3. Bible Gardening Internship: Learn about natural gardening for sustainability, train to be a Bible Garden Tour guide, assist with Garden related educational activities in the Farm Museum. 4. Wool Mill Internship: Learn how to process wool "green" - including washing, carding, spinning, weaving and more. Learn how to give Wool Mill tours and assist with Wool related displays in the Farm Museum. 5. Farm Museum Internship: The Farm Museum & Educational Silo is an agriculturally based museum with hands on learning activities. The museum is indoors and outdoors. Learn how to manage a museum; assist with upgrading the farm museum, be a farm museum tour guide, and learn how the Bible and agriculture are related. 6. Heart of the Shepherd Missions and Missions Shop Internship: Emphasis is on the International Mission Shop, on location, and assist with online sale for mission fundraising. Learn how to tell the story of the nations and their needs, and how to maintain on line and brick and mortar gift shops. Interns will experience some of every segment of farm life, and are not restricted completely to their internship emphasis. We have a saying “Every day is a new day on the farm.” Be ready to be flexible. Nature is unpredictable. Steps of the application process: 1. Submit a Resume 2. Receive an Internship application & return the completed form to our office. 3. Reference checks 4. Personal Interview 5. Background Check Internships are for one semester. Generally the times are as follows: • Spring Semester January – May • Summer Semester May – Mid-Aug or Early Sept. • Fall Semester Early September - December Activities of farm life change with the seasons. • The spring semester is the busiest sheep season to intern, as this is lambing season and sheep shearing on the farm. This is also haying season • The summer semester is the busiest Bible Garden season to intern, as this is harvest season. • The fall semester is a busy evangelism outreach with the Pumpkin Festival and Living Nativity. This is also pecan and walnut harvest season and haying season. Following successful completion of the Internship, the student may apply for the Residency Program. The Residency Program allows the student to remain at the farm for one complete calendar year, experiencing all of the activities of a farm year. This is beneficial in terms of understanding seed time and harvest, and the Biblical Implications. Experience is advantageous, but not required. Internships are full or part time. Compensation for internships may include room, board and a monthly monetary stipend. The stipend is not a salary, and it is performance based. College credit can be given for our internship program. We have worked with many colleges within and outside of the state. Interns have come from New Hampshire, California, Colorado, Kansas, South Carolina, Arizona, Georgia,Kansas, Illinois, Minnesota, New York, Kyrgyzstan and Oklahoma. Several graduate interns have been hired to be a part of the Shepherd's Cross and Heart of the Shepherd team. For more information about the farm, drop by and talk to Dr. D or visit the website at www.ShepherdsCross.com

Location:

Shepherd’s Cross

16792 East 450 Road, OK 74017
Claremore, Ok 74017


For more information, contact:


1-918-342-5911
eat10@eau10eav10eaw10


Community Bible Study-Owasso

Every Wednesday | 9:30 - 11:30 a.m.
October 3, 10, 17, 24 & 31, 2018

Community Bible Study is coming to Owasso! CBS is an interdenominational Bible study for all ages and Bible knowledge levels. Currently, we are holding a Bible study class this fall for women and children through homeschool ages. It will be located at First Baptist Owasso, Wednesdays 9:30am -11:30am, September 5th - May 8th. Visit: OwassoOK.CBSclass.org for more information!

Location:

First Baptist Owasso

13307 E 96th ST N
Owasso, OK 74055


For more information, contact:

Valerie Williams
eat24@eau24eav24eaw24

owassoOK.cbsclass.org


T-Town Wheelers Club Meeting

October 6, 2018 | 1 - 3 p.m.

The T-Town Wheelers is a non profit organization of Hot Wheels (and other) die cast collectors since 1994. We are a family oriented membership and have meetings once a month at the Hardesty Public Library located just East of 93rd and Memorial in Tulsa, Oklahoma

Location:

Hardesty Regional Library

8316 East 93rd Street
Tulsa, Ok 74133


For more information, contact:

Carl Fritsche/Robert Priebe
(918)-812-9991

www.microcollector.com/t-townwheelers.htm


Free Admission: Philbrook Second Saturdays

Monthly on the Second Saturday | 9 a.m. - 5 p.m.
October 13, 2018

Free. Family. Fun. Bring the whole family for Philbrook Second Saturdays. Free admission all day and a variety of events and hands-on activities.

Location:

Philbrook Museum of Art

2727 S Rockford Rd.
Tulsa, OK 74114


For more information, contact:


(918)-749-7941

www.philbrook.org


Drawing on Memories

Monthly on the Third Tuesday | 10 a.m. - 12 p.m.
October 16, 2018

There is a gallery discussion of specific art pieces followed by a hands-on, interactive activity. This program provides an opportunity for the person with the disease to use remaining motor skills and non-linear communication to recreate a representation of them that lets other recognize their essence. Meet others directly affected with an early-stage diagnosis. Snack and drink provided. Event is free but space is limited, please call 800-272-3900, or visit alz.org/Oklahoma.

Location:

Philbrook Museum of Art

2727 S Rockford Rd
Tulsa, OK 74114


For more information, contact:


(800)-272-3900
eat4@eau4eav4eaw4


3rd Saturday Neighborhood Food Outreach

Monthly on the Third Saturday | 1 - 2 p.m.
October 20, 2018

Please join us on the 3rd Saturday of each month (January-November) from 1-2 p.m. if you or someone you know would be blessed by some extra groceries. Registration is from 1-1:15 p.m. and is required.

Location:

Freedom City Church

802 S Elm Pl
Broken Arrow, Ok 74012


For more information, contact:

Linda Noble
(918)-284-9817
eat6@eau6eav6eaw6

www.fredomcitychurchba.com/


November 2018

Heart of the Shepherd’s Intern /Apprentice Program at Shepherd’s Cross

Every Sunday, Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday, Thursday & Friday | 8 a.m. - 6 p.m.
November 1, 2, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8, 9, 11, 12, 13, 14, 15, 16, 18, 19, 20, 21, 22, 23, 25, 26, 27, 28, 29 & 30, 2018

Heart of the Shepherd’s internship program has been in place since 2009. Over 30 interns have graduated from our program. The internship program at the farm equips students with basic farming skills and arms them with Biblical references to farming and shepherding. The objective of the internship program is to teach an awareness of basic agriculture, develop basic agricultural skills, expose students to the many agricultural parables found in The Bible, and to teach an appreciation for historical agriculture, laced with a healthy appreciation for industrialized agriculture. Students will learn in the same manner as an apprentice learns. Watch the shepherd, practice with the shepherd, and then do the activity unassisted. The farm is primarily a sheep farm, with several hundred sheep, however there are many other activities on the farm and through the ministry, Heart of the Shepherd. There is a cattle herd, horses, donkeys, chickens, at least one goat, lama, alpaca, sheep dogs, barn cats, a Farm Museum, a Farm Store, hay harvest, pecan harvest, walnut harvest, walnut hulling, a wool mill, shearing school, fiber arts retreats and classes, a Bible Garden which produces vegetables and fruit for farm use and for sale, and a Mission Shop. There is a live on site veterinarian and a veterinary care unit for the animals on the farm. Opportunities abound for learning. Dr. Diane Dickinson, the director for the Internship Program, is an agriculturalist with a Bachelors in Agriculture, a Doctorate in Veterinary Medicine, and over five decades of farm and livestock experience. Following her footsteps each day is sure to include a bountiful harvest of learning. Grandma Wilma is the Bible Garden Tour Guide and harvest Tour Guide. She has been farming and gardening for over seven decades. Walk with her for a few months and learn more about gardening as well as the treasures of The Master Gardener. Internships may be geared toward one of the following 6 areas 1. General Farm & Shepherding Internship: This internship experience includes working in the fields, working with the sheep and other farm animals; assisting with the Pumpkin Festival; providing Christian, agricultural based educational tours; as well as a vast array of support farm tasks such as field and tree maintenance, harvesting, planting, cleaning & fence maintenance; assist in the Farm Animal Barn. 2. Sheep and Shepherding Internship : this internship has it’s primary interest focused on shepherding. The busiest season is the spring season, with many opportunities for learning. Learn what Psalm 23 really means while being the shepherd to the pasture raised flock on the farm. Learn how to give Shepherding Tours, and work in the Farm Animal Barn. 3. Bible Gardening Internship: Learn about natural gardening for sustainability, train to be a Bible Garden Tour guide, assist with Garden related educational activities in the Farm Museum. 4. Wool Mill Internship: Learn how to process wool "green" - including washing, carding, spinning, weaving and more. Learn how to give Wool Mill tours and assist with Wool related displays in the Farm Museum. 5. Farm Museum Internship: The Farm Museum & Educational Silo is an agriculturally based museum with hands on learning activities. The museum is indoors and outdoors. Learn how to manage a museum; assist with upgrading the farm museum, be a farm museum tour guide, and learn how the Bible and agriculture are related. 6. Heart of the Shepherd Missions and Missions Shop Internship: Emphasis is on the International Mission Shop, on location, and assist with online sale for mission fundraising. Learn how to tell the story of the nations and their needs, and how to maintain on line and brick and mortar gift shops. Interns will experience some of every segment of farm life, and are not restricted completely to their internship emphasis. We have a saying “Every day is a new day on the farm.” Be ready to be flexible. Nature is unpredictable. Steps of the application process: 1. Submit a Resume 2. Receive an Internship application & return the completed form to our office. 3. Reference checks 4. Personal Interview 5. Background Check Internships are for one semester. Generally the times are as follows: • Spring Semester January – May • Summer Semester May – Mid-Aug or Early Sept. • Fall Semester Early September - December Activities of farm life change with the seasons. • The spring semester is the busiest sheep season to intern, as this is lambing season and sheep shearing on the farm. This is also haying season • The summer semester is the busiest Bible Garden season to intern, as this is harvest season. • The fall semester is a busy evangelism outreach with the Pumpkin Festival and Living Nativity. This is also pecan and walnut harvest season and haying season. Following successful completion of the Internship, the student may apply for the Residency Program. The Residency Program allows the student to remain at the farm for one complete calendar year, experiencing all of the activities of a farm year. This is beneficial in terms of understanding seed time and harvest, and the Biblical Implications. Experience is advantageous, but not required. Internships are full or part time. Compensation for internships may include room, board and a monthly monetary stipend. The stipend is not a salary, and it is performance based. College credit can be given for our internship program. We have worked with many colleges within and outside of the state. Interns have come from New Hampshire, California, Colorado, Kansas, South Carolina, Arizona, Georgia,Kansas, Illinois, Minnesota, New York, Kyrgyzstan and Oklahoma. Several graduate interns have been hired to be a part of the Shepherd's Cross and Heart of the Shepherd team. For more information about the farm, drop by and talk to Dr. D or visit the website at www.ShepherdsCross.com

Location:

Shepherd’s Cross

16792 East 450 Road, OK 74017
Claremore, Ok 74017


For more information, contact:


1-918-342-5911
eat10@eau10eav10eaw10


T-Town Wheelers Club Meeting

November 3, 2018 | 1 - 3 p.m.

The T-Town Wheelers is a non profit organization of Hot Wheels (and other) die cast collectors since 1994. We are a family oriented membership and have meetings once a month at the Hardesty Public Library located just East of 93rd and Memorial in Tulsa, Oklahoma

Location:

Hardesty Regional Library

8316 East 93rd Street
Tulsa, Ok 74133


For more information, contact:

Carl Fritsche/Robert Priebe
(918)-812-9991

www.microcollector.com/t-townwheelers.htm


Free Coed Owasso Fit Camp hosted by OR Nutrition

Every Monday | 7 p.m. - 12 a.m.
November 5, 12, 19 & 26, 2018

One community encouraging each other to live a nutritiant rich, healthy, active lifestyle! Workouts are based on personal ability. FREE: MWF 7:30pm

Location:

The Church at Owasso

12200 East 86th St N
Owasso, OK 74055


For more information, contact:


(918)-720-7386

www.facebook.com/ORutrition/


Marriage Matters Mondays - FREE

Every Monday | 7 - 8 p.m.
November 5, 12, 19 & 26, 2018

Marriage Matters Mondays is a FREE ongoing, drop-in marriage workshop. A MFI facilitator will help couples explore a new topic each week in a comfortable, relaxed atmosphere. Everyone is welcome with no pressure to share. Start at any time – register for free at www.MarriageAndFamilyTulsa.org. Every Monday evening, 7:00 – 7:50 p.m. at Hicks Park and Community Center, 3443 S. Mingo Road, Tulsa

Location:

Hicks Park and Community Center

3443 S. Mingo Road
Tulsa, OK 74134


For more information, contact:

Bruce Wilbanks
(918)-252-7883
eat0@eau0eav0eaw0

marriageandfamilytulsa.org/


MARRIAGE MATTERS Mondays

Every Monday | 7 - 8 p.m.
November 5, 12, 19 & 26, 2018

MARRIAGE MATTERS Mondays is for anyone who wants a better marriage! FREE every Monday night at Hicks Park and Community Center, 3443 S. Mingo Road, presented by Marriage and Family Initiative. For more information www.MarriageAndFamilyTulsa.org

Location:

Hicks Park and Community Center

3443 S. Mingo Road
Tulsa, OK 74134


For more information, contact:

Bruce Wilbanks
(918)-252-7883
eat0@eau0eav0eaw0

www.MarriageAndFamilyTulsa.org


Community Bible Study-Owasso

Every Wednesday | 9:30 - 11:30 a.m.
November 7, 14, 21 & 28, 2018

Community Bible Study is coming to Owasso! CBS is an interdenominational Bible study for all ages and Bible knowledge levels. Currently, we are holding a Bible study class this fall for women and children through homeschool ages. It will be located at First Baptist Owasso, Wednesdays 9:30am -11:30am, September 5th - May 8th. Visit: OwassoOK.CBSclass.org for more information!

Location:

First Baptist Owasso

13307 E 96th ST N
Owasso, OK 74055


For more information, contact:

Valerie Williams
eat24@eau24eav24eaw24

owassoOK.cbsclass.org


Unite!

November 8, 2018 | 5:30 - 7:30 p.m.

A celebration of the end of the 2018 Tulsa Area United Way campaign including a reveal of the total amount raised.

Location:

First Baptist Owasso

13307 E 96th ST N
Owasso, OK 74055


For more information, contact:

Bonnie Rucker
1-918-295-6601
eat25@eau25eav25eaw25


Free Admission: Philbrook Second Saturdays

Monthly on the Second Saturday | 9 a.m. - 5 p.m.
November 10, 2018

Free. Family. Fun. Bring the whole family for Philbrook Second Saturdays. Free admission all day and a variety of events and hands-on activities.

Location:

Philbrook Museum of Art

2727 S Rockford Rd.
Tulsa, OK 74114


For more information, contact:


(918)-749-7941

www.philbrook.org


3rd Saturday Neighborhood Food Outreach

Monthly on the Third Saturday | 1 - 2 p.m.
November 17, 2018

Please join us on the 3rd Saturday of each month (January-November) from 1-2 p.m. if you or someone you know would be blessed by some extra groceries. Registration is from 1-1:15 p.m. and is required.

Location:

Freedom City Church

802 S Elm Pl
Broken Arrow, Ok 74012


For more information, contact:

Linda Noble
(918)-284-9817
eat6@eau6eav6eaw6

www.fredomcitychurchba.com/


T-Town Wheelers Hot Wheels Show & Sale

November 17, 2018 | 9 a.m. - 1 p.m.

Don't miss the final T-Town Wheelers show for 2018. There will be drawings for playsets, sealed cases, sets and ???. Drawings every 30 minutes. Tickets will be available at the door along with prizes you could win. Tickets are $2 each or 4 for $5. Hot Wheels, Matchbox, Redlines, Convention Cars. You never know what you may find. Downhill racing for the kids! *** FREE ADMISSION ***

Location:

Saint Mark's Methodist Church

10513 East Admiral Place
Tulsa, Ok 74116


For more information, contact:

Carl Fritsche/Robert Priebe

eat7@eau7eav7eaw7

www.microcollector.com/images/TTW/Shows/2018TTWShow.pdf


December 2018

T-Town Wheelers Club Meeting

December 1, 2018 | 1 - 3 p.m.

The T-Town Wheelers is a non profit organization of Hot Wheels (and other) die cast collectors since 1994. We are a family oriented membership and have meetings once a month at the Hardesty Public Library located just East of 93rd and Memorial in Tulsa, Oklahoma

Location:

Hardesty Regional Library

8316 East 93rd Street
Tulsa, Ok 74133


For more information, contact:

Carl Fritsche/Robert Priebe
(918)-812-9991

www.microcollector.com/t-townwheelers.htm


Heart of the Shepherd’s Intern /Apprentice Program at Shepherd’s Cross

Every Sunday, Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday, Thursday & Friday | 8 a.m. - 6 p.m.
December 2, 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 9, 10, 11, 12, 13, 14, 16, 17, 18, 19, 20, 21, 23, 24, 25, 26, 27, 28, 30 & 31, 2018

Heart of the Shepherd’s internship program has been in place since 2009. Over 30 interns have graduated from our program. The internship program at the farm equips students with basic farming skills and arms them with Biblical references to farming and shepherding. The objective of the internship program is to teach an awareness of basic agriculture, develop basic agricultural skills, expose students to the many agricultural parables found in The Bible, and to teach an appreciation for historical agriculture, laced with a healthy appreciation for industrialized agriculture. Students will learn in the same manner as an apprentice learns. Watch the shepherd, practice with the shepherd, and then do the activity unassisted. The farm is primarily a sheep farm, with several hundred sheep, however there are many other activities on the farm and through the ministry, Heart of the Shepherd. There is a cattle herd, horses, donkeys, chickens, at least one goat, lama, alpaca, sheep dogs, barn cats, a Farm Museum, a Farm Store, hay harvest, pecan harvest, walnut harvest, walnut hulling, a wool mill, shearing school, fiber arts retreats and classes, a Bible Garden which produces vegetables and fruit for farm use and for sale, and a Mission Shop. There is a live on site veterinarian and a veterinary care unit for the animals on the farm. Opportunities abound for learning. Dr. Diane Dickinson, the director for the Internship Program, is an agriculturalist with a Bachelors in Agriculture, a Doctorate in Veterinary Medicine, and over five decades of farm and livestock experience. Following her footsteps each day is sure to include a bountiful harvest of learning. Grandma Wilma is the Bible Garden Tour Guide and harvest Tour Guide. She has been farming and gardening for over seven decades. Walk with her for a few months and learn more about gardening as well as the treasures of The Master Gardener. Internships may be geared toward one of the following 6 areas 1. General Farm & Shepherding Internship: This internship experience includes working in the fields, working with the sheep and other farm animals; assisting with the Pumpkin Festival; providing Christian, agricultural based educational tours; as well as a vast array of support farm tasks such as field and tree maintenance, harvesting, planting, cleaning & fence maintenance; assist in the Farm Animal Barn. 2. Sheep and Shepherding Internship : this internship has it’s primary interest focused on shepherding. The busiest season is the spring season, with many opportunities for learning. Learn what Psalm 23 really means while being the shepherd to the pasture raised flock on the farm. Learn how to give Shepherding Tours, and work in the Farm Animal Barn. 3. Bible Gardening Internship: Learn about natural gardening for sustainability, train to be a Bible Garden Tour guide, assist with Garden related educational activities in the Farm Museum. 4. Wool Mill Internship: Learn how to process wool "green" - including washing, carding, spinning, weaving and more. Learn how to give Wool Mill tours and assist with Wool related displays in the Farm Museum. 5. Farm Museum Internship: The Farm Museum & Educational Silo is an agriculturally based museum with hands on learning activities. The museum is indoors and outdoors. Learn how to manage a museum; assist with upgrading the farm museum, be a farm museum tour guide, and learn how the Bible and agriculture are related. 6. Heart of the Shepherd Missions and Missions Shop Internship: Emphasis is on the International Mission Shop, on location, and assist with online sale for mission fundraising. Learn how to tell the story of the nations and their needs, and how to maintain on line and brick and mortar gift shops. Interns will experience some of every segment of farm life, and are not restricted completely to their internship emphasis. We have a saying “Every day is a new day on the farm.” Be ready to be flexible. Nature is unpredictable. Steps of the application process: 1. Submit a Resume 2. Receive an Internship application & return the completed form to our office. 3. Reference checks 4. Personal Interview 5. Background Check Internships are for one semester. Generally the times are as follows: • Spring Semester January – May • Summer Semester May – Mid-Aug or Early Sept. • Fall Semester Early September - December Activities of farm life change with the seasons. • The spring semester is the busiest sheep season to intern, as this is lambing season and sheep shearing on the farm. This is also haying season • The summer semester is the busiest Bible Garden season to intern, as this is harvest season. • The fall semester is a busy evangelism outreach with the Pumpkin Festival and Living Nativity. This is also pecan and walnut harvest season and haying season. Following successful completion of the Internship, the student may apply for the Residency Program. The Residency Program allows the student to remain at the farm for one complete calendar year, experiencing all of the activities of a farm year. This is beneficial in terms of understanding seed time and harvest, and the Biblical Implications. Experience is advantageous, but not required. Internships are full or part time. Compensation for internships may include room, board and a monthly monetary stipend. The stipend is not a salary, and it is performance based. College credit can be given for our internship program. We have worked with many colleges within and outside of the state. Interns have come from New Hampshire, California, Colorado, Kansas, South Carolina, Arizona, Georgia,Kansas, Illinois, Minnesota, New York, Kyrgyzstan and Oklahoma. Several graduate interns have been hired to be a part of the Shepherd's Cross and Heart of the Shepherd team. For more information about the farm, drop by and talk to Dr. D or visit the website at www.ShepherdsCross.com

Location:

Shepherd’s Cross

16792 East 450 Road, OK 74017
Claremore, Ok 74017


For more information, contact:


1-918-342-5911
eat10@eau10eav10eaw10


Marriage Matters Mondays - FREE

Every Monday | 7 - 8 p.m.
December 3, 10 & 17, 2018

Marriage Matters Mondays is a FREE ongoing, drop-in marriage workshop. A MFI facilitator will help couples explore a new topic each week in a comfortable, relaxed atmosphere. Everyone is welcome with no pressure to share. Start at any time – register for free at www.MarriageAndFamilyTulsa.org. Every Monday evening, 7:00 – 7:50 p.m. at Hicks Park and Community Center, 3443 S. Mingo Road, Tulsa

Location:

Hicks Park and Community Center

3443 S. Mingo Road
Tulsa, OK 74134


For more information, contact:

Bruce Wilbanks
(918)-252-7883
eat0@eau0eav0eaw0

marriageandfamilytulsa.org/


MARRIAGE MATTERS Mondays

Every Monday | 7 - 8 p.m.
December 3, 10 & 17, 2018

MARRIAGE MATTERS Mondays is for anyone who wants a better marriage! FREE every Monday night at Hicks Park and Community Center, 3443 S. Mingo Road, presented by Marriage and Family Initiative. For more information www.MarriageAndFamilyTulsa.org

Location:

Hicks Park and Community Center

3443 S. Mingo Road
Tulsa, OK 74134


For more information, contact:

Bruce Wilbanks
(918)-252-7883
eat0@eau0eav0eaw0

www.MarriageAndFamilyTulsa.org


Free Coed Owasso Fit Camp hosted by OR Nutrition

Every Monday | 7 p.m. - 12 a.m.
December 3, 10, 17, 24 & 31, 2018

One community encouraging each other to live a nutritiant rich, healthy, active lifestyle! Workouts are based on personal ability. FREE: MWF 7:30pm

Location:

The Church at Owasso

12200 East 86th St N
Owasso, OK 74055


For more information, contact:


(918)-720-7386

www.facebook.com/ORutrition/


Community Bible Study-Owasso

Every Wednesday | 9:30 - 11:30 a.m.
December 5, 12, 19 & 26, 2018

Community Bible Study is coming to Owasso! CBS is an interdenominational Bible study for all ages and Bible knowledge levels. Currently, we are holding a Bible study class this fall for women and children through homeschool ages. It will be located at First Baptist Owasso, Wednesdays 9:30am -11:30am, September 5th - May 8th. Visit: OwassoOK.CBSclass.org for more information!

Location:

First Baptist Owasso

13307 E 96th ST N
Owasso, OK 74055


For more information, contact:

Valerie Williams
eat24@eau24eav24eaw24

owassoOK.cbsclass.org


Free Admission: Philbrook Second Saturdays

Monthly on the Second Saturday | 9 a.m. - 5 p.m.
December 8, 2018

Free. Family. Fun. Bring the whole family for Philbrook Second Saturdays. Free admission all day and a variety of events and hands-on activities.

Location:

Philbrook Museum of Art

2727 S Rockford Rd.
Tulsa, OK 74114


For more information, contact:


(918)-749-7941

www.philbrook.org


January 2019

Heart of the Shepherd’s Intern /Apprentice Program at Shepherd’s Cross

Every Sunday, Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday, Thursday & Friday | 8 a.m. - 6 p.m.
January 1, 2, 3, 4, 6, 7, 8, 9, 10, 11, 13, 14, 15, 16, 17, 18, 20, 21, 22, 23, 24, 25, 27, 28, 29, 30 & 31, 2019

Heart of the Shepherd’s internship program has been in place since 2009. Over 30 interns have graduated from our program. The internship program at the farm equips students with basic farming skills and arms them with Biblical references to farming and shepherding. The objective of the internship program is to teach an awareness of basic agriculture, develop basic agricultural skills, expose students to the many agricultural parables found in The Bible, and to teach an appreciation for historical agriculture, laced with a healthy appreciation for industrialized agriculture. Students will learn in the same manner as an apprentice learns. Watch the shepherd, practice with the shepherd, and then do the activity unassisted. The farm is primarily a sheep farm, with several hundred sheep, however there are many other activities on the farm and through the ministry, Heart of the Shepherd. There is a cattle herd, horses, donkeys, chickens, at least one goat, lama, alpaca, sheep dogs, barn cats, a Farm Museum, a Farm Store, hay harvest, pecan harvest, walnut harvest, walnut hulling, a wool mill, shearing school, fiber arts retreats and classes, a Bible Garden which produces vegetables and fruit for farm use and for sale, and a Mission Shop. There is a live on site veterinarian and a veterinary care unit for the animals on the farm. Opportunities abound for learning. Dr. Diane Dickinson, the director for the Internship Program, is an agriculturalist with a Bachelors in Agriculture, a Doctorate in Veterinary Medicine, and over five decades of farm and livestock experience. Following her footsteps each day is sure to include a bountiful harvest of learning. Grandma Wilma is the Bible Garden Tour Guide and harvest Tour Guide. She has been farming and gardening for over seven decades. Walk with her for a few months and learn more about gardening as well as the treasures of The Master Gardener. Internships may be geared toward one of the following 6 areas 1. General Farm & Shepherding Internship: This internship experience includes working in the fields, working with the sheep and other farm animals; assisting with the Pumpkin Festival; providing Christian, agricultural based educational tours; as well as a vast array of support farm tasks such as field and tree maintenance, harvesting, planting, cleaning & fence maintenance; assist in the Farm Animal Barn. 2. Sheep and Shepherding Internship : this internship has it’s primary interest focused on shepherding. The busiest season is the spring season, with many opportunities for learning. Learn what Psalm 23 really means while being the shepherd to the pasture raised flock on the farm. Learn how to give Shepherding Tours, and work in the Farm Animal Barn. 3. Bible Gardening Internship: Learn about natural gardening for sustainability, train to be a Bible Garden Tour guide, assist with Garden related educational activities in the Farm Museum. 4. Wool Mill Internship: Learn how to process wool "green" - including washing, carding, spinning, weaving and more. Learn how to give Wool Mill tours and assist with Wool related displays in the Farm Museum. 5. Farm Museum Internship: The Farm Museum & Educational Silo is an agriculturally based museum with hands on learning activities. The museum is indoors and outdoors. Learn how to manage a museum; assist with upgrading the farm museum, be a farm museum tour guide, and learn how the Bible and agriculture are related. 6. Heart of the Shepherd Missions and Missions Shop Internship: Emphasis is on the International Mission Shop, on location, and assist with online sale for mission fundraising. Learn how to tell the story of the nations and their needs, and how to maintain on line and brick and mortar gift shops. Interns will experience some of every segment of farm life, and are not restricted completely to their internship emphasis. We have a saying “Every day is a new day on the farm.” Be ready to be flexible. Nature is unpredictable. Steps of the application process: 1. Submit a Resume 2. Receive an Internship application & return the completed form to our office. 3. Reference checks 4. Personal Interview 5. Background Check Internships are for one semester. Generally the times are as follows: • Spring Semester January – May • Summer Semester May – Mid-Aug or Early Sept. • Fall Semester Early September - December Activities of farm life change with the seasons. • The spring semester is the busiest sheep season to intern, as this is lambing season and sheep shearing on the farm. This is also haying season • The summer semester is the busiest Bible Garden season to intern, as this is harvest season. • The fall semester is a busy evangelism outreach with the Pumpkin Festival and Living Nativity. This is also pecan and walnut harvest season and haying season. Following successful completion of the Internship, the student may apply for the Residency Program. The Residency Program allows the student to remain at the farm for one complete calendar year, experiencing all of the activities of a farm year. This is beneficial in terms of understanding seed time and harvest, and the Biblical Implications. Experience is advantageous, but not required. Internships are full or part time. Compensation for internships may include room, board and a monthly monetary stipend. The stipend is not a salary, and it is performance based. College credit can be given for our internship program. We have worked with many colleges within and outside of the state. Interns have come from New Hampshire, California, Colorado, Kansas, South Carolina, Arizona, Georgia,Kansas, Illinois, Minnesota, New York, Kyrgyzstan and Oklahoma. Several graduate interns have been hired to be a part of the Shepherd's Cross and Heart of the Shepherd team. For more information about the farm, drop by and talk to Dr. D or visit the website at www.ShepherdsCross.com

Location:

Shepherd’s Cross

16792 East 450 Road, OK 74017
Claremore, Ok 74017


For more information, contact:


1-918-342-5911
eat10@eau10eav10eaw10


Community Bible Study-Owasso

Every Wednesday | 9:30 - 11:30 a.m.
January 2, 9, 16, 23 & 30, 2019

Community Bible Study is coming to Owasso! CBS is an interdenominational Bible study for all ages and Bible knowledge levels. Currently, we are holding a Bible study class this fall for women and children through homeschool ages. It will be located at First Baptist Owasso, Wednesdays 9:30am -11:30am, September 5th - May 8th. Visit: OwassoOK.CBSclass.org for more information!

Location:

First Baptist Owasso

13307 E 96th ST N
Owasso, OK 74055


For more information, contact:

Valerie Williams
eat24@eau24eav24eaw24

owassoOK.cbsclass.org


February 2019

Heart of the Shepherd’s Intern /Apprentice Program at Shepherd’s Cross

Every Sunday, Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday, Thursday & Friday | 8 a.m. - 6 p.m.
February 1, 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8, 10, 11, 12, 13, 14, 15, 17, 18, 19, 20, 21, 22, 24, 25, 26, 27 & 28, 2019

Heart of the Shepherd’s internship program has been in place since 2009. Over 30 interns have graduated from our program. The internship program at the farm equips students with basic farming skills and arms them with Biblical references to farming and shepherding. The objective of the internship program is to teach an awareness of basic agriculture, develop basic agricultural skills, expose students to the many agricultural parables found in The Bible, and to teach an appreciation for historical agriculture, laced with a healthy appreciation for industrialized agriculture. Students will learn in the same manner as an apprentice learns. Watch the shepherd, practice with the shepherd, and then do the activity unassisted. The farm is primarily a sheep farm, with several hundred sheep, however there are many other activities on the farm and through the ministry, Heart of the Shepherd. There is a cattle herd, horses, donkeys, chickens, at least one goat, lama, alpaca, sheep dogs, barn cats, a Farm Museum, a Farm Store, hay harvest, pecan harvest, walnut harvest, walnut hulling, a wool mill, shearing school, fiber arts retreats and classes, a Bible Garden which produces vegetables and fruit for farm use and for sale, and a Mission Shop. There is a live on site veterinarian and a veterinary care unit for the animals on the farm. Opportunities abound for learning. Dr. Diane Dickinson, the director for the Internship Program, is an agriculturalist with a Bachelors in Agriculture, a Doctorate in Veterinary Medicine, and over five decades of farm and livestock experience. Following her footsteps each day is sure to include a bountiful harvest of learning. Grandma Wilma is the Bible Garden Tour Guide and harvest Tour Guide. She has been farming and gardening for over seven decades. Walk with her for a few months and learn more about gardening as well as the treasures of The Master Gardener. Internships may be geared toward one of the following 6 areas 1. General Farm & Shepherding Internship: This internship experience includes working in the fields, working with the sheep and other farm animals; assisting with the Pumpkin Festival; providing Christian, agricultural based educational tours; as well as a vast array of support farm tasks such as field and tree maintenance, harvesting, planting, cleaning & fence maintenance; assist in the Farm Animal Barn. 2. Sheep and Shepherding Internship : this internship has it’s primary interest focused on shepherding. The busiest season is the spring season, with many opportunities for learning. Learn what Psalm 23 really means while being the shepherd to the pasture raised flock on the farm. Learn how to give Shepherding Tours, and work in the Farm Animal Barn. 3. Bible Gardening Internship: Learn about natural gardening for sustainability, train to be a Bible Garden Tour guide, assist with Garden related educational activities in the Farm Museum. 4. Wool Mill Internship: Learn how to process wool "green" - including washing, carding, spinning, weaving and more. Learn how to give Wool Mill tours and assist with Wool related displays in the Farm Museum. 5. Farm Museum Internship: The Farm Museum & Educational Silo is an agriculturally based museum with hands on learning activities. The museum is indoors and outdoors. Learn how to manage a museum; assist with upgrading the farm museum, be a farm museum tour guide, and learn how the Bible and agriculture are related. 6. Heart of the Shepherd Missions and Missions Shop Internship: Emphasis is on the International Mission Shop, on location, and assist with online sale for mission fundraising. Learn how to tell the story of the nations and their needs, and how to maintain on line and brick and mortar gift shops. Interns will experience some of every segment of farm life, and are not restricted completely to their internship emphasis. We have a saying “Every day is a new day on the farm.” Be ready to be flexible. Nature is unpredictable. Steps of the application process: 1. Submit a Resume 2. Receive an Internship application & return the completed form to our office. 3. Reference checks 4. Personal Interview 5. Background Check Internships are for one semester. Generally the times are as follows: • Spring Semester January – May • Summer Semester May – Mid-Aug or Early Sept. • Fall Semester Early September - December Activities of farm life change with the seasons. • The spring semester is the busiest sheep season to intern, as this is lambing season and sheep shearing on the farm. This is also haying season • The summer semester is the busiest Bible Garden season to intern, as this is harvest season. • The fall semester is a busy evangelism outreach with the Pumpkin Festival and Living Nativity. This is also pecan and walnut harvest season and haying season. Following successful completion of the Internship, the student may apply for the Residency Program. The Residency Program allows the student to remain at the farm for one complete calendar year, experiencing all of the activities of a farm year. This is beneficial in terms of understanding seed time and harvest, and the Biblical Implications. Experience is advantageous, but not required. Internships are full or part time. Compensation for internships may include room, board and a monthly monetary stipend. The stipend is not a salary, and it is performance based. College credit can be given for our internship program. We have worked with many colleges within and outside of the state. Interns have come from New Hampshire, California, Colorado, Kansas, South Carolina, Arizona, Georgia,Kansas, Illinois, Minnesota, New York, Kyrgyzstan and Oklahoma. Several graduate interns have been hired to be a part of the Shepherd's Cross and Heart of the Shepherd team. For more information about the farm, drop by and talk to Dr. D or visit the website at www.ShepherdsCross.com

Location:

Shepherd’s Cross

16792 East 450 Road, OK 74017
Claremore, Ok 74017


For more information, contact:


1-918-342-5911
eat10@eau10eav10eaw10


Community Bible Study-Owasso

Every Wednesday | 9:30 - 11:30 a.m.
February 6, 13, 20 & 27, 2019

Community Bible Study is coming to Owasso! CBS is an interdenominational Bible study for all ages and Bible knowledge levels. Currently, we are holding a Bible study class this fall for women and children through homeschool ages. It will be located at First Baptist Owasso, Wednesdays 9:30am -11:30am, September 5th - May 8th. Visit: OwassoOK.CBSclass.org for more information!

Location:

First Baptist Owasso

13307 E 96th ST N
Owasso, OK 74055


For more information, contact:

Valerie Williams
eat24@eau24eav24eaw24

owassoOK.cbsclass.org


March 2019

Heart of the Shepherd’s Intern /Apprentice Program at Shepherd’s Cross

Every Sunday, Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday, Thursday & Friday | 8 a.m. - 6 p.m.
March 1, 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8, 10, 11, 12, 13, 14, 15, 17, 18, 19, 20, 21, 22, 24, 25, 26, 27, 28, 29 & 31, 2019

Heart of the Shepherd’s internship program has been in place since 2009. Over 30 interns have graduated from our program. The internship program at the farm equips students with basic farming skills and arms them with Biblical references to farming and shepherding. The objective of the internship program is to teach an awareness of basic agriculture, develop basic agricultural skills, expose students to the many agricultural parables found in The Bible, and to teach an appreciation for historical agriculture, laced with a healthy appreciation for industrialized agriculture. Students will learn in the same manner as an apprentice learns. Watch the shepherd, practice with the shepherd, and then do the activity unassisted. The farm is primarily a sheep farm, with several hundred sheep, however there are many other activities on the farm and through the ministry, Heart of the Shepherd. There is a cattle herd, horses, donkeys, chickens, at least one goat, lama, alpaca, sheep dogs, barn cats, a Farm Museum, a Farm Store, hay harvest, pecan harvest, walnut harvest, walnut hulling, a wool mill, shearing school, fiber arts retreats and classes, a Bible Garden which produces vegetables and fruit for farm use and for sale, and a Mission Shop. There is a live on site veterinarian and a veterinary care unit for the animals on the farm. Opportunities abound for learning. Dr. Diane Dickinson, the director for the Internship Program, is an agriculturalist with a Bachelors in Agriculture, a Doctorate in Veterinary Medicine, and over five decades of farm and livestock experience. Following her footsteps each day is sure to include a bountiful harvest of learning. Grandma Wilma is the Bible Garden Tour Guide and harvest Tour Guide. She has been farming and gardening for over seven decades. Walk with her for a few months and learn more about gardening as well as the treasures of The Master Gardener. Internships may be geared toward one of the following 6 areas 1. General Farm & Shepherding Internship: This internship experience includes working in the fields, working with the sheep and other farm animals; assisting with the Pumpkin Festival; providing Christian, agricultural based educational tours; as well as a vast array of support farm tasks such as field and tree maintenance, harvesting, planting, cleaning & fence maintenance; assist in the Farm Animal Barn. 2. Sheep and Shepherding Internship : this internship has it’s primary interest focused on shepherding. The busiest season is the spring season, with many opportunities for learning. Learn what Psalm 23 really means while being the shepherd to the pasture raised flock on the farm. Learn how to give Shepherding Tours, and work in the Farm Animal Barn. 3. Bible Gardening Internship: Learn about natural gardening for sustainability, train to be a Bible Garden Tour guide, assist with Garden related educational activities in the Farm Museum. 4. Wool Mill Internship: Learn how to process wool "green" - including washing, carding, spinning, weaving and more. Learn how to give Wool Mill tours and assist with Wool related displays in the Farm Museum. 5. Farm Museum Internship: The Farm Museum & Educational Silo is an agriculturally based museum with hands on learning activities. The museum is indoors and outdoors. Learn how to manage a museum; assist with upgrading the farm museum, be a farm museum tour guide, and learn how the Bible and agriculture are related. 6. Heart of the Shepherd Missions and Missions Shop Internship: Emphasis is on the International Mission Shop, on location, and assist with online sale for mission fundraising. Learn how to tell the story of the nations and their needs, and how to maintain on line and brick and mortar gift shops. Interns will experience some of every segment of farm life, and are not restricted completely to their internship emphasis. We have a saying “Every day is a new day on the farm.” Be ready to be flexible. Nature is unpredictable. Steps of the application process: 1. Submit a Resume 2. Receive an Internship application & return the completed form to our office. 3. Reference checks 4. Personal Interview 5. Background Check Internships are for one semester. Generally the times are as follows: • Spring Semester January – May • Summer Semester May – Mid-Aug or Early Sept. • Fall Semester Early September - December Activities of farm life change with the seasons. • The spring semester is the busiest sheep season to intern, as this is lambing season and sheep shearing on the farm. This is also haying season • The summer semester is the busiest Bible Garden season to intern, as this is harvest season. • The fall semester is a busy evangelism outreach with the Pumpkin Festival and Living Nativity. This is also pecan and walnut harvest season and haying season. Following successful completion of the Internship, the student may apply for the Residency Program. The Residency Program allows the student to remain at the farm for one complete calendar year, experiencing all of the activities of a farm year. This is beneficial in terms of understanding seed time and harvest, and the Biblical Implications. Experience is advantageous, but not required. Internships are full or part time. Compensation for internships may include room, board and a monthly monetary stipend. The stipend is not a salary, and it is performance based. College credit can be given for our internship program. We have worked with many colleges within and outside of the state. Interns have come from New Hampshire, California, Colorado, Kansas, South Carolina, Arizona, Georgia,Kansas, Illinois, Minnesota, New York, Kyrgyzstan and Oklahoma. Several graduate interns have been hired to be a part of the Shepherd's Cross and Heart of the Shepherd team. For more information about the farm, drop by and talk to Dr. D or visit the website at www.ShepherdsCross.com

Location:

Shepherd’s Cross

16792 East 450 Road, OK 74017
Claremore, Ok 74017


For more information, contact:


1-918-342-5911
eat10@eau10eav10eaw10


Community Bible Study-Owasso

Every Wednesday | 9:30 - 11:30 a.m.
March 6, 13, 20 & 27, 2019

Community Bible Study is coming to Owasso! CBS is an interdenominational Bible study for all ages and Bible knowledge levels. Currently, we are holding a Bible study class this fall for women and children through homeschool ages. It will be located at First Baptist Owasso, Wednesdays 9:30am -11:30am, September 5th - May 8th. Visit: OwassoOK.CBSclass.org for more information!

Location:

First Baptist Owasso

13307 E 96th ST N
Owasso, OK 74055


For more information, contact:

Valerie Williams
eat24@eau24eav24eaw24

owassoOK.cbsclass.org


April 2019

Heart of the Shepherd’s Intern /Apprentice Program at Shepherd’s Cross

Every Sunday, Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday, Thursday & Friday | 8 a.m. - 6 p.m.
April 1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 7, 8, 9, 10, 11, 12, 14, 15, 16, 17, 18, 19, 21, 22, 23, 24, 25, 26, 28, 29 & 30, 2019

Heart of the Shepherd’s internship program has been in place since 2009. Over 30 interns have graduated from our program. The internship program at the farm equips students with basic farming skills and arms them with Biblical references to farming and shepherding. The objective of the internship program is to teach an awareness of basic agriculture, develop basic agricultural skills, expose students to the many agricultural parables found in The Bible, and to teach an appreciation for historical agriculture, laced with a healthy appreciation for industrialized agriculture. Students will learn in the same manner as an apprentice learns. Watch the shepherd, practice with the shepherd, and then do the activity unassisted. The farm is primarily a sheep farm, with several hundred sheep, however there are many other activities on the farm and through the ministry, Heart of the Shepherd. There is a cattle herd, horses, donkeys, chickens, at least one goat, lama, alpaca, sheep dogs, barn cats, a Farm Museum, a Farm Store, hay harvest, pecan harvest, walnut harvest, walnut hulling, a wool mill, shearing school, fiber arts retreats and classes, a Bible Garden which produces vegetables and fruit for farm use and for sale, and a Mission Shop. There is a live on site veterinarian and a veterinary care unit for the animals on the farm. Opportunities abound for learning. Dr. Diane Dickinson, the director for the Internship Program, is an agriculturalist with a Bachelors in Agriculture, a Doctorate in Veterinary Medicine, and over five decades of farm and livestock experience. Following her footsteps each day is sure to include a bountiful harvest of learning. Grandma Wilma is the Bible Garden Tour Guide and harvest Tour Guide. She has been farming and gardening for over seven decades. Walk with her for a few months and learn more about gardening as well as the treasures of The Master Gardener. Internships may be geared toward one of the following 6 areas 1. General Farm & Shepherding Internship: This internship experience includes working in the fields, working with the sheep and other farm animals; assisting with the Pumpkin Festival; providing Christian, agricultural based educational tours; as well as a vast array of support farm tasks such as field and tree maintenance, harvesting, planting, cleaning & fence maintenance; assist in the Farm Animal Barn. 2. Sheep and Shepherding Internship : this internship has it’s primary interest focused on shepherding. The busiest season is the spring season, with many opportunities for learning. Learn what Psalm 23 really means while being the shepherd to the pasture raised flock on the farm. Learn how to give Shepherding Tours, and work in the Farm Animal Barn. 3. Bible Gardening Internship: Learn about natural gardening for sustainability, train to be a Bible Garden Tour guide, assist with Garden related educational activities in the Farm Museum. 4. Wool Mill Internship: Learn how to process wool "green" - including washing, carding, spinning, weaving and more. Learn how to give Wool Mill tours and assist with Wool related displays in the Farm Museum. 5. Farm Museum Internship: The Farm Museum & Educational Silo is an agriculturally based museum with hands on learning activities. The museum is indoors and outdoors. Learn how to manage a museum; assist with upgrading the farm museum, be a farm museum tour guide, and learn how the Bible and agriculture are related. 6. Heart of the Shepherd Missions and Missions Shop Internship: Emphasis is on the International Mission Shop, on location, and assist with online sale for mission fundraising. Learn how to tell the story of the nations and their needs, and how to maintain on line and brick and mortar gift shops. Interns will experience some of every segment of farm life, and are not restricted completely to their internship emphasis. We have a saying “Every day is a new day on the farm.” Be ready to be flexible. Nature is unpredictable. Steps of the application process: 1. Submit a Resume 2. Receive an Internship application & return the completed form to our office. 3. Reference checks 4. Personal Interview 5. Background Check Internships are for one semester. Generally the times are as follows: • Spring Semester January – May • Summer Semester May – Mid-Aug or Early Sept. • Fall Semester Early September - December Activities of farm life change with the seasons. • The spring semester is the busiest sheep season to intern, as this is lambing season and sheep shearing on the farm. This is also haying season • The summer semester is the busiest Bible Garden season to intern, as this is harvest season. • The fall semester is a busy evangelism outreach with the Pumpkin Festival and Living Nativity. This is also pecan and walnut harvest season and haying season. Following successful completion of the Internship, the student may apply for the Residency Program. The Residency Program allows the student to remain at the farm for one complete calendar year, experiencing all of the activities of a farm year. This is beneficial in terms of understanding seed time and harvest, and the Biblical Implications. Experience is advantageous, but not required. Internships are full or part time. Compensation for internships may include room, board and a monthly monetary stipend. The stipend is not a salary, and it is performance based. College credit can be given for our internship program. We have worked with many colleges within and outside of the state. Interns have come from New Hampshire, California, Colorado, Kansas, South Carolina, Arizona, Georgia,Kansas, Illinois, Minnesota, New York, Kyrgyzstan and Oklahoma. Several graduate interns have been hired to be a part of the Shepherd's Cross and Heart of the Shepherd team. For more information about the farm, drop by and talk to Dr. D or visit the website at www.ShepherdsCross.com

Location:

Shepherd’s Cross

16792 East 450 Road, OK 74017
Claremore, Ok 74017


For more information, contact:


1-918-342-5911
eat10@eau10eav10eaw10


Community Bible Study-Owasso

Every Wednesday | 9:30 - 11:30 a.m.
April 3, 10, 17 & 24, 2019

Community Bible Study is coming to Owasso! CBS is an interdenominational Bible study for all ages and Bible knowledge levels. Currently, we are holding a Bible study class this fall for women and children through homeschool ages. It will be located at First Baptist Owasso, Wednesdays 9:30am -11:30am, September 5th - May 8th. Visit: OwassoOK.CBSclass.org for more information!

Location:

First Baptist Owasso

13307 E 96th ST N
Owasso, OK 74055


For more information, contact:

Valerie Williams
eat24@eau24eav24eaw24

owassoOK.cbsclass.org


May 2019

Community Bible Study-Owasso

Every Wednesday | 9:30 - 11:30 a.m.
May 1 & 8, 2019

Community Bible Study is coming to Owasso! CBS is an interdenominational Bible study for all ages and Bible knowledge levels. Currently, we are holding a Bible study class this fall for women and children through homeschool ages. It will be located at First Baptist Owasso, Wednesdays 9:30am -11:30am, September 5th - May 8th. Visit: OwassoOK.CBSclass.org for more information!

Location:

First Baptist Owasso

13307 E 96th ST N
Owasso, OK 74055


For more information, contact:

Valerie Williams
eat24@eau24eav24eaw24

owassoOK.cbsclass.org


Heart of the Shepherd’s Intern /Apprentice Program at Shepherd’s Cross

Every Sunday, Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday, Thursday & Friday | 8 a.m. - 6 p.m.
May 1, 2, 3, 5, 6, 7, 8, 9, 10, 12, 13, 14, 15, 16, 17, 19, 20, 21, 22, 23, 24, 26, 27, 28, 29, 30 & 31, 2019

Heart of the Shepherd’s internship program has been in place since 2009. Over 30 interns have graduated from our program. The internship program at the farm equips students with basic farming skills and arms them with Biblical references to farming and shepherding. The objective of the internship program is to teach an awareness of basic agriculture, develop basic agricultural skills, expose students to the many agricultural parables found in The Bible, and to teach an appreciation for historical agriculture, laced with a healthy appreciation for industrialized agriculture. Students will learn in the same manner as an apprentice learns. Watch the shepherd, practice with the shepherd, and then do the activity unassisted. The farm is primarily a sheep farm, with several hundred sheep, however there are many other activities on the farm and through the ministry, Heart of the Shepherd. There is a cattle herd, horses, donkeys, chickens, at least one goat, lama, alpaca, sheep dogs, barn cats, a Farm Museum, a Farm Store, hay harvest, pecan harvest, walnut harvest, walnut hulling, a wool mill, shearing school, fiber arts retreats and classes, a Bible Garden which produces vegetables and fruit for farm use and for sale, and a Mission Shop. There is a live on site veterinarian and a veterinary care unit for the animals on the farm. Opportunities abound for learning. Dr. Diane Dickinson, the director for the Internship Program, is an agriculturalist with a Bachelors in Agriculture, a Doctorate in Veterinary Medicine, and over five decades of farm and livestock experience. Following her footsteps each day is sure to include a bountiful harvest of learning. Grandma Wilma is the Bible Garden Tour Guide and harvest Tour Guide. She has been farming and gardening for over seven decades. Walk with her for a few months and learn more about gardening as well as the treasures of The Master Gardener. Internships may be geared toward one of the following 6 areas 1. General Farm & Shepherding Internship: This internship experience includes working in the fields, working with the sheep and other farm animals; assisting with the Pumpkin Festival; providing Christian, agricultural based educational tours; as well as a vast array of support farm tasks such as field and tree maintenance, harvesting, planting, cleaning & fence maintenance; assist in the Farm Animal Barn. 2. Sheep and Shepherding Internship : this internship has it’s primary interest focused on shepherding. The busiest season is the spring season, with many opportunities for learning. Learn what Psalm 23 really means while being the shepherd to the pasture raised flock on the farm. Learn how to give Shepherding Tours, and work in the Farm Animal Barn. 3. Bible Gardening Internship: Learn about natural gardening for sustainability, train to be a Bible Garden Tour guide, assist with Garden related educational activities in the Farm Museum. 4. Wool Mill Internship: Learn how to process wool "green" - including washing, carding, spinning, weaving and more. Learn how to give Wool Mill tours and assist with Wool related displays in the Farm Museum. 5. Farm Museum Internship: The Farm Museum & Educational Silo is an agriculturally based museum with hands on learning activities. The museum is indoors and outdoors. Learn how to manage a museum; assist with upgrading the farm museum, be a farm museum tour guide, and learn how the Bible and agriculture are related. 6. Heart of the Shepherd Missions and Missions Shop Internship: Emphasis is on the International Mission Shop, on location, and assist with online sale for mission fundraising. Learn how to tell the story of the nations and their needs, and how to maintain on line and brick and mortar gift shops. Interns will experience some of every segment of farm life, and are not restricted completely to their internship emphasis. We have a saying “Every day is a new day on the farm.” Be ready to be flexible. Nature is unpredictable. Steps of the application process: 1. Submit a Resume 2. Receive an Internship application & return the completed form to our office. 3. Reference checks 4. Personal Interview 5. Background Check Internships are for one semester. Generally the times are as follows: • Spring Semester January – May • Summer Semester May – Mid-Aug or Early Sept. • Fall Semester Early September - December Activities of farm life change with the seasons. • The spring semester is the busiest sheep season to intern, as this is lambing season and sheep shearing on the farm. This is also haying season • The summer semester is the busiest Bible Garden season to intern, as this is harvest season. • The fall semester is a busy evangelism outreach with the Pumpkin Festival and Living Nativity. This is also pecan and walnut harvest season and haying season. Following successful completion of the Internship, the student may apply for the Residency Program. The Residency Program allows the student to remain at the farm for one complete calendar year, experiencing all of the activities of a farm year. This is beneficial in terms of understanding seed time and harvest, and the Biblical Implications. Experience is advantageous, but not required. Internships are full or part time. Compensation for internships may include room, board and a monthly monetary stipend. The stipend is not a salary, and it is performance based. College credit can be given for our internship program. We have worked with many colleges within and outside of the state. Interns have come from New Hampshire, California, Colorado, Kansas, South Carolina, Arizona, Georgia,Kansas, Illinois, Minnesota, New York, Kyrgyzstan and Oklahoma. Several graduate interns have been hired to be a part of the Shepherd's Cross and Heart of the Shepherd team. For more information about the farm, drop by and talk to Dr. D or visit the website at www.ShepherdsCross.com

Location:

Shepherd’s Cross

16792 East 450 Road, OK 74017
Claremore, Ok 74017


For more information, contact:


1-918-342-5911
eat10@eau10eav10eaw10


June 2019

Heart of the Shepherd’s Intern /Apprentice Program at Shepherd’s Cross

Every Sunday, Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday, Thursday & Friday | 8 a.m. - 6 p.m.
June 2, 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 9, 10, 11, 12, 13, 14, 16, 17, 18, 19, 20, 21, 23, 24, 25, 26, 27, 28 & 30, 2019

Heart of the Shepherd’s internship program has been in place since 2009. Over 30 interns have graduated from our program. The internship program at the farm equips students with basic farming skills and arms them with Biblical references to farming and shepherding. The objective of the internship program is to teach an awareness of basic agriculture, develop basic agricultural skills, expose students to the many agricultural parables found in The Bible, and to teach an appreciation for historical agriculture, laced with a healthy appreciation for industrialized agriculture. Students will learn in the same manner as an apprentice learns. Watch the shepherd, practice with the shepherd, and then do the activity unassisted. The farm is primarily a sheep farm, with several hundred sheep, however there are many other activities on the farm and through the ministry, Heart of the Shepherd. There is a cattle herd, horses, donkeys, chickens, at least one goat, lama, alpaca, sheep dogs, barn cats, a Farm Museum, a Farm Store, hay harvest, pecan harvest, walnut harvest, walnut hulling, a wool mill, shearing school, fiber arts retreats and classes, a Bible Garden which produces vegetables and fruit for farm use and for sale, and a Mission Shop. There is a live on site veterinarian and a veterinary care unit for the animals on the farm. Opportunities abound for learning. Dr. Diane Dickinson, the director for the Internship Program, is an agriculturalist with a Bachelors in Agriculture, a Doctorate in Veterinary Medicine, and over five decades of farm and livestock experience. Following her footsteps each day is sure to include a bountiful harvest of learning. Grandma Wilma is the Bible Garden Tour Guide and harvest Tour Guide. She has been farming and gardening for over seven decades. Walk with her for a few months and learn more about gardening as well as the treasures of The Master Gardener. Internships may be geared toward one of the following 6 areas 1. General Farm & Shepherding Internship: This internship experience includes working in the fields, working with the sheep and other farm animals; assisting with the Pumpkin Festival; providing Christian, agricultural based educational tours; as well as a vast array of support farm tasks such as field and tree maintenance, harvesting, planting, cleaning & fence maintenance; assist in the Farm Animal Barn. 2. Sheep and Shepherding Internship : this internship has it’s primary interest focused on shepherding. The busiest season is the spring season, with many opportunities for learning. Learn what Psalm 23 really means while being the shepherd to the pasture raised flock on the farm. Learn how to give Shepherding Tours, and work in the Farm Animal Barn. 3. Bible Gardening Internship: Learn about natural gardening for sustainability, train to be a Bible Garden Tour guide, assist with Garden related educational activities in the Farm Museum. 4. Wool Mill Internship: Learn how to process wool "green" - including washing, carding, spinning, weaving and more. Learn how to give Wool Mill tours and assist with Wool related displays in the Farm Museum. 5. Farm Museum Internship: The Farm Museum & Educational Silo is an agriculturally based museum with hands on learning activities. The museum is indoors and outdoors. Learn how to manage a museum; assist with upgrading the farm museum, be a farm museum tour guide, and learn how the Bible and agriculture are related. 6. Heart of the Shepherd Missions and Missions Shop Internship: Emphasis is on the International Mission Shop, on location, and assist with online sale for mission fundraising. Learn how to tell the story of the nations and their needs, and how to maintain on line and brick and mortar gift shops. Interns will experience some of every segment of farm life, and are not restricted completely to their internship emphasis. We have a saying “Every day is a new day on the farm.” Be ready to be flexible. Nature is unpredictable. Steps of the application process: 1. Submit a Resume 2. Receive an Internship application & return the completed form to our office. 3. Reference checks 4. Personal Interview 5. Background Check Internships are for one semester. Generally the times are as follows: • Spring Semester January – May • Summer Semester May – Mid-Aug or Early Sept. • Fall Semester Early September - December Activities of farm life change with the seasons. • The spring semester is the busiest sheep season to intern, as this is lambing season and sheep shearing on the farm. This is also haying season • The summer semester is the busiest Bible Garden season to intern, as this is harvest season. • The fall semester is a busy evangelism outreach with the Pumpkin Festival and Living Nativity. This is also pecan and walnut harvest season and haying season. Following successful completion of the Internship, the student may apply for the Residency Program. The Residency Program allows the student to remain at the farm for one complete calendar year, experiencing all of the activities of a farm year. This is beneficial in terms of understanding seed time and harvest, and the Biblical Implications. Experience is advantageous, but not required. Internships are full or part time. Compensation for internships may include room, board and a monthly monetary stipend. The stipend is not a salary, and it is performance based. College credit can be given for our internship program. We have worked with many colleges within and outside of the state. Interns have come from New Hampshire, California, Colorado, Kansas, South Carolina, Arizona, Georgia,Kansas, Illinois, Minnesota, New York, Kyrgyzstan and Oklahoma. Several graduate interns have been hired to be a part of the Shepherd's Cross and Heart of the Shepherd team. For more information about the farm, drop by and talk to Dr. D or visit the website at www.ShepherdsCross.com

Location:

Shepherd’s Cross

16792 East 450 Road, OK 74017
Claremore, Ok 74017


For more information, contact:


1-918-342-5911
eat10@eau10eav10eaw10


July 2019

Heart of the Shepherd’s Intern /Apprentice Program at Shepherd’s Cross

Every Sunday, Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday, Thursday & Friday | 8 a.m. - 6 p.m.
July 1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 7, 8, 9, 10, 11, 12, 14, 15, 16, 17, 18, 19, 21, 22, 23, 24, 25, 26, 28, 29, 30 & 31, 2019

Heart of the Shepherd’s internship program has been in place since 2009. Over 30 interns have graduated from our program. The internship program at the farm equips students with basic farming skills and arms them with Biblical references to farming and shepherding. The objective of the internship program is to teach an awareness of basic agriculture, develop basic agricultural skills, expose students to the many agricultural parables found in The Bible, and to teach an appreciation for historical agriculture, laced with a healthy appreciation for industrialized agriculture. Students will learn in the same manner as an apprentice learns. Watch the shepherd, practice with the shepherd, and then do the activity unassisted. The farm is primarily a sheep farm, with several hundred sheep, however there are many other activities on the farm and through the ministry, Heart of the Shepherd. There is a cattle herd, horses, donkeys, chickens, at least one goat, lama, alpaca, sheep dogs, barn cats, a Farm Museum, a Farm Store, hay harvest, pecan harvest, walnut harvest, walnut hulling, a wool mill, shearing school, fiber arts retreats and classes, a Bible Garden which produces vegetables and fruit for farm use and for sale, and a Mission Shop. There is a live on site veterinarian and a veterinary care unit for the animals on the farm. Opportunities abound for learning. Dr. Diane Dickinson, the director for the Internship Program, is an agriculturalist with a Bachelors in Agriculture, a Doctorate in Veterinary Medicine, and over five decades of farm and livestock experience. Following her footsteps each day is sure to include a bountiful harvest of learning. Grandma Wilma is the Bible Garden Tour Guide and harvest Tour Guide. She has been farming and gardening for over seven decades. Walk with her for a few months and learn more about gardening as well as the treasures of The Master Gardener. Internships may be geared toward one of the following 6 areas 1. General Farm & Shepherding Internship: This internship experience includes working in the fields, working with the sheep and other farm animals; assisting with the Pumpkin Festival; providing Christian, agricultural based educational tours; as well as a vast array of support farm tasks such as field and tree maintenance, harvesting, planting, cleaning & fence maintenance; assist in the Farm Animal Barn. 2. Sheep and Shepherding Internship : this internship has it’s primary interest focused on shepherding. The busiest season is the spring season, with many opportunities for learning. Learn what Psalm 23 really means while being the shepherd to the pasture raised flock on the farm. Learn how to give Shepherding Tours, and work in the Farm Animal Barn. 3. Bible Gardening Internship: Learn about natural gardening for sustainability, train to be a Bible Garden Tour guide, assist with Garden related educational activities in the Farm Museum. 4. Wool Mill Internship: Learn how to process wool "green" - including washing, carding, spinning, weaving and more. Learn how to give Wool Mill tours and assist with Wool related displays in the Farm Museum. 5. Farm Museum Internship: The Farm Museum & Educational Silo is an agriculturally based museum with hands on learning activities. The museum is indoors and outdoors. Learn how to manage a museum; assist with upgrading the farm museum, be a farm museum tour guide, and learn how the Bible and agriculture are related. 6. Heart of the Shepherd Missions and Missions Shop Internship: Emphasis is on the International Mission Shop, on location, and assist with online sale for mission fundraising. Learn how to tell the story of the nations and their needs, and how to maintain on line and brick and mortar gift shops. Interns will experience some of every segment of farm life, and are not restricted completely to their internship emphasis. We have a saying “Every day is a new day on the farm.” Be ready to be flexible. Nature is unpredictable. Steps of the application process: 1. Submit a Resume 2. Receive an Internship application & return the completed form to our office. 3. Reference checks 4. Personal Interview 5. Background Check Internships are for one semester. Generally the times are as follows: • Spring Semester January – May • Summer Semester May – Mid-Aug or Early Sept. • Fall Semester Early September - December Activities of farm life change with the seasons. • The spring semester is the busiest sheep season to intern, as this is lambing season and sheep shearing on the farm. This is also haying season • The summer semester is the busiest Bible Garden season to intern, as this is harvest season. • The fall semester is a busy evangelism outreach with the Pumpkin Festival and Living Nativity. This is also pecan and walnut harvest season and haying season. Following successful completion of the Internship, the student may apply for the Residency Program. The Residency Program allows the student to remain at the farm for one complete calendar year, experiencing all of the activities of a farm year. This is beneficial in terms of understanding seed time and harvest, and the Biblical Implications. Experience is advantageous, but not required. Internships are full or part time. Compensation for internships may include room, board and a monthly monetary stipend. The stipend is not a salary, and it is performance based. College credit can be given for our internship program. We have worked with many colleges within and outside of the state. Interns have come from New Hampshire, California, Colorado, Kansas, South Carolina, Arizona, Georgia,Kansas, Illinois, Minnesota, New York, Kyrgyzstan and Oklahoma. Several graduate interns have been hired to be a part of the Shepherd's Cross and Heart of the Shepherd team. For more information about the farm, drop by and talk to Dr. D or visit the website at www.ShepherdsCross.com

Location:

Shepherd’s Cross

16792 East 450 Road, OK 74017
Claremore, Ok 74017


For more information, contact:


1-918-342-5911
eat10@eau10eav10eaw10


August 2019

Heart of the Shepherd’s Intern /Apprentice Program at Shepherd’s Cross

Every Sunday, Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday, Thursday & Friday | 8 a.m. - 6 p.m.
August 1 & 2, 2019

Heart of the Shepherd’s internship program has been in place since 2009. Over 30 interns have graduated from our program. The internship program at the farm equips students with basic farming skills and arms them with Biblical references to farming and shepherding. The objective of the internship program is to teach an awareness of basic agriculture, develop basic agricultural skills, expose students to the many agricultural parables found in The Bible, and to teach an appreciation for historical agriculture, laced with a healthy appreciation for industrialized agriculture. Students will learn in the same manner as an apprentice learns. Watch the shepherd, practice with the shepherd, and then do the activity unassisted. The farm is primarily a sheep farm, with several hundred sheep, however there are many other activities on the farm and through the ministry, Heart of the Shepherd. There is a cattle herd, horses, donkeys, chickens, at least one goat, lama, alpaca, sheep dogs, barn cats, a Farm Museum, a Farm Store, hay harvest, pecan harvest, walnut harvest, walnut hulling, a wool mill, shearing school, fiber arts retreats and classes, a Bible Garden which produces vegetables and fruit for farm use and for sale, and a Mission Shop. There is a live on site veterinarian and a veterinary care unit for the animals on the farm. Opportunities abound for learning. Dr. Diane Dickinson, the director for the Internship Program, is an agriculturalist with a Bachelors in Agriculture, a Doctorate in Veterinary Medicine, and over five decades of farm and livestock experience. Following her footsteps each day is sure to include a bountiful harvest of learning. Grandma Wilma is the Bible Garden Tour Guide and harvest Tour Guide. She has been farming and gardening for over seven decades. Walk with her for a few months and learn more about gardening as well as the treasures of The Master Gardener. Internships may be geared toward one of the following 6 areas 1. General Farm & Shepherding Internship: This internship experience includes working in the fields, working with the sheep and other farm animals; assisting with the Pumpkin Festival; providing Christian, agricultural based educational tours; as well as a vast array of support farm tasks such as field and tree maintenance, harvesting, planting, cleaning & fence maintenance; assist in the Farm Animal Barn. 2. Sheep and Shepherding Internship : this internship has it’s primary interest focused on shepherding. The busiest season is the spring season, with many opportunities for learning. Learn what Psalm 23 really means while being the shepherd to the pasture raised flock on the farm. Learn how to give Shepherding Tours, and work in the Farm Animal Barn. 3. Bible Gardening Internship: Learn about natural gardening for sustainability, train to be a Bible Garden Tour guide, assist with Garden related educational activities in the Farm Museum. 4. Wool Mill Internship: Learn how to process wool "green" - including washing, carding, spinning, weaving and more. Learn how to give Wool Mill tours and assist with Wool related displays in the Farm Museum. 5. Farm Museum Internship: The Farm Museum & Educational Silo is an agriculturally based museum with hands on learning activities. The museum is indoors and outdoors. Learn how to manage a museum; assist with upgrading the farm museum, be a farm museum tour guide, and learn how the Bible and agriculture are related. 6. Heart of the Shepherd Missions and Missions Shop Internship: Emphasis is on the International Mission Shop, on location, and assist with online sale for mission fundraising. Learn how to tell the story of the nations and their needs, and how to maintain on line and brick and mortar gift shops. Interns will experience some of every segment of farm life, and are not restricted completely to their internship emphasis. We have a saying “Every day is a new day on the farm.” Be ready to be flexible. Nature is unpredictable. Steps of the application process: 1. Submit a Resume 2. Receive an Internship application & return the completed form to our office. 3. Reference checks 4. Personal Interview 5. Background Check Internships are for one semester. Generally the times are as follows: • Spring Semester January – May • Summer Semester May – Mid-Aug or Early Sept. • Fall Semester Early September - December Activities of farm life change with the seasons. • The spring semester is the busiest sheep season to intern, as this is lambing season and sheep shearing on the farm. This is also haying season • The summer semester is the busiest Bible Garden season to intern, as this is harvest season. • The fall semester is a busy evangelism outreach with the Pumpkin Festival and Living Nativity. This is also pecan and walnut harvest season and haying season. Following successful completion of the Internship, the student may apply for the Residency Program. The Residency Program allows the student to remain at the farm for one complete calendar year, experiencing all of the activities of a farm year. This is beneficial in terms of understanding seed time and harvest, and the Biblical Implications. Experience is advantageous, but not required. Internships are full or part time. Compensation for internships may include room, board and a monthly monetary stipend. The stipend is not a salary, and it is performance based. College credit can be given for our internship program. We have worked with many colleges within and outside of the state. Interns have come from New Hampshire, California, Colorado, Kansas, South Carolina, Arizona, Georgia,Kansas, Illinois, Minnesota, New York, Kyrgyzstan and Oklahoma. Several graduate interns have been hired to be a part of the Shepherd's Cross and Heart of the Shepherd team. For more information about the farm, drop by and talk to Dr. D or visit the website at www.ShepherdsCross.com

Location:

Shepherd’s Cross

16792 East 450 Road, OK 74017
Claremore, Ok 74017


For more information, contact:


1-918-342-5911
eat10@eau10eav10eaw10