ArtsOK’s Art After Hours will host the works of Lawton artist Robert Peterson with an opening reception on January 4th, 5:30 p.m. till 9:00 p.m. at the Museum of Broken Arrow, 400 S. Main St. This event is open and free to the public. Peterson will be available along with several pieces of highly acclaimed original art. His art will continue to be displayed at the museum through February 2nd during regular museum hours. Presenting sponsor for this event is Premier Consulting Partners. Franklin’s Toast will be providing drinks and appetizers.
Although spring break may still be months away, it’s never too early to start thinking about the where and how of your spring break, so the sooner you start making plans, the better and more likely it will be a spring break you’ll remember for all the right reasons.
Beginning January 1, 2019, the South Pointe Chrysler Jeep Dodge Ram Service Department will be open each day, Monday through Friday, until 12:00 midnight. This makes the service opportunity window accommodating to most anyone.
The new year brings lists of resolutions on self-care, and many people find themselves in a gym attempting to improve their health and well-being. Did you know that your skin is the largest organ on your body? It makes sense that prioritizing its care would be at the top of our lists.
On January 2, 2018, Grassroots Healthcare family medical practice in Tulsa, opened its newly expanded medical office building to patients on 7901 S. Sheridan Rd. in Tulsa. Their new office location features 3,100 square feet, 11 exam rooms, spacious waiting area and check-in station.
It’s not usually under the best of circumstances if one needs to visit a collision repair center, and a warm smile at the door can make all the difference on a bad day. Premier Collision center in Broken Arrow has the brightest smile around waiting just inside.
Dawn works hard to keep up-to-date on current information and issues in her community, thru involvement and volunteerism with the Broken Arrow Chamber and several non-profit organizations. “I like to be known as the ‘go-to girl’ in our town,” she said. “If you don’t know where to go, or where to find something, call me. If I don’t know, I’ll find out.”
The mission of the Coffee Bunker is to meet veterans “where they are,” and help with the transition to family and community life. They are Tulsa’s only peer-run drop-in center, and they provide a family-friendly, alcohol-free and drug-free environment.