To the members of OHCE and 4-H, the Tulsa County Fair is the best kept secret in Tulsa. This annual event, set for July 21-22, encourages people to show their handiwork and skills in various categories such as painting, photography and quiltwork.
The Horse, of Course, presented its High Score award to multiple competitors this past weekend. This award is traditionally given to the highest scoring horse and rider pair of the entire show, whether the winner is an adult amateur, young rider or professional of any level. However, at the Oklahoma Dressage Society Spring Shows, the Horse of Course decided to change things up. The popular tack shop rewarded the highest scoring junior, amateur and open rider of each competing level— 15 riders total— with an embroidered cooler for their excellent performance and notable marks.
Summer is usually a cause for celebration because school is out for a few months, but it carries a bigger meaning in Sapulpa. The Route 66 Blowout is returning for a 27th year of fun, food and of course, cars. The annual event will be held on Saturday, June 4, in the heart of downtown Sapulpa.
Health care in our state is on the brink of collapse. With impending medical reimbursement rate cuts coming to an already inadequately funded health care system, this summer may see the end of health care as we know it in Oklahoma.
American Central Corp Owner Joe Esser has more than 30 years experience in the construction industry serving both residential and commercial customers.
“We are experts in the services we provide,” says Esser, “our work is provided by experienced professionals who want each job done as though it were their own.”
Celebrate and learn about the customs and traditions of the Asian-American heritage with entertaining, educational events for the entire family. The Tulsa City-County Library will present the 14th annual Asian-American Festival from 11 a.m. to 2 p.m. on Saturday, June 4 at the Martin Regional Library.
B&S Muffler is locally owned and operated by Martin Joyner and, according to most, is recognized as the number one muffler shop in town. The company has been at their Admiral & Yale location in Tulsa since 1992 and has kept their spot on Sheridan for 12 years now. But there’s more to B&S than just full performance mufflers.
Downtown Collinsville is gearing up for one of the biggest car and motorcycle shows in the state. On June 11, more than 300 vintage and classic cars and motorcycles will take over Main Street during the city’s 15th Annual Hogs N’ Hot Rods Car and Motorcycle Show. The event is free and open to the public.
Home of Hope, Inc. is proud to present the 12th Annual Admiral’s Club Recognition Banquet and Charity Auction. The event is scheduled for June 4, 2016, at the beautiful Cherokee Yacht Club on Grand Lake O’ the Cherokees and will kick off at 6 p.m.
The 21st annual Safenet Services Garden Tour will be held Saturday, June 4 from 9 a.m. to 3 p.m. in Claremore. Tickets are $10 and can be purchased at Stonebridge Garden Center, Pixley Lumber or at the Safenet Services office in Claremore. Proceeds from the event benefit domestic violence victims.
Nu-Roof & Construction might sound new, but the owners have a combined 50 plus years in the roofing and construction business. Five owners comprise the Nu-Roof Management Team: Brad Parson, Chris Merriott, Cass Benner, Shane Emerson and Rickey Stanley. The entire group is Oklahoma born and bred and have been friends for many years, some even since elementary school in Inola, OK.
The Castle of Muskogee, Oklahoma’s 37,000-square-foot fireworks retail showroom, keeps working to improve everyone’s enjoyment on the Fourth of July. The quantity and selection is amazing: imagine a Castle filled to the rafters with an array of pyrotechnic choices – that’s what awaits you in Muskogee!
Some Saturday mornings, Alana Kennon feels like she has seven kids instead of three. A busy mom of avid soccer players, Kennon found a way to simplify things: When it’s her turn to provide snacks to the team, Kennon calls Donut Run, a new concept in food delivery. Rather than spending precious time in a drive-through or at the store, Kennon has the snack delivered directly to the soccer field.
Republican Carl Parson is owner and founder of Inola Portable Buildings & Pole Barns and feels confident in his bid for District 8 Oklahoma State Representative. Founded in 1999, Inola Portable Buildings is a staple in the Inola community. Carl grew up knowing the value of hard work and the meaning of building a life from the ground up. When Carl was only four years old, his father was killed in a car accident, leaving his wife and children behind.
Green Country Mitsubishi opened their doors to Bixby and its surrounding communities in October of 2014. Chad Jennings serves as the general manager/managing partner for the dealership. Jennings has spent his entire adult life in the automotive industry and enjoys being a part of Green Country Mitsubishi’s steady growth.
History continues to be made at the Broken Arrow Performing Arts Center in downtown Broken Arrow as comedy legend Carol Burnett will bring her show “Carol Burnett – An Evening of Laughter and Reflection - Where the Audience Asks Questions” on October 8, 2016. Tickets go on sale August 1.
The Claremore Regional Air Show is back! The family-fun event is scheduled to return for the first time in ten years on Saturday, June 11. This event held at the Claremore Regional Airport is free, open to the public and the only one of its kind in Northeastern Oklahoma. The show will commence with a sky divers flag jump and will provide thrilling displays of skill. A military presence will be a feature of the show, both in the sky and on the ground.
An old top hat sits inside Jack Selby’s office as a reminder of his first day of business in August of 1983. Sweat was dripping from his brow as he prepared to direct his first funeral in his new business. Every single detail was checked and double-checked as the temperature reached the triple digits.
Every year, my granddad would sit his grandkids down at the kitchen table and pour out a big jar full of coins he’d saved. We could have these coins but only after we sorted, divided equally and then rolled them. As little children, it felt like hours to complete this task, but the reward was a bag full of money.
Nestled in the middle of the shops of Seville, Canterbury Lane offers a unique variety of gifts and home décor in Tulsa. Located just off of South Yale Avenue, the cozy store is packed with gifts for any season, holiday or occasion. Sisters Allison and Emily Benesh own the store that their mother opened in 2007.