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The Castle invites one and all to join the festivities of the 25th Annual Oklahoma Renaissance Festival! Travel back to 1569 England to experience the Royal Quest for knighthood, a full-contact Jousting Tournament, Birds of Prey exhibitions, travelling Acrobats and musicians! We look forward to celebrating the joyous return of the festival. The patrons of Castleton have been sorely missed throughout this year of plague. Castle safety protocols have been updated to ensure your safety, so that we may convene and commence in merriment once again. HUZZAH! 2021 Protocols: The Castleton mask mandate will stand as we continue the crusade of defeating Covid. Masks are required. All guests in attendance are required to correctly wear a mask when not actively eating or drinking. Please help us to provide and enjoy the merriment of festival by aligning safety efforts. Queen’s Tea - We shall offer Queen’s Tea tickets per table. You may purchase one table for $50. This is up to six seats. Visit www.okcastle.com to reserve your table today. Queen Elizabeth has commissioned a new stage. The Fox and Pheasant has been remodeled to entertain on a grand scale! Patrons may plan to enjoy both musical and comedic shows open air daily. The Washing Well Wenches will return to encourage clean living and slightly soiled humor from this stage as well. For a complete lineup for the season, please visit the Castle’s website. Whether shopping for homemade desserts or the fire forged weapons of Castleton, the Oklahoma Renaissance Festival is available for guests of all ages. The clothing is unique, the food is delicious and most importantly... the memories made are once in a lifetime! Check out the website for themes and events to coordinate with each weekend. This is a fantastic opportunity for families to dress the part and have fun celebrating the history of Renaissance!
The castle of Muskogee
3400 W. Fern Mountain RD
Tulsa Arts District
1 E Reconciliation Way
Downtowns Tulsa arts district and historic greenwood
The Rose District, in partnership with Vega & Treviño Consultants and Supermercados Morelos, Oklahoma’s largest Hispanic grocery chain soon to open in Broken Arrow, is bringing back its Cinco de Mayo Fiesta! Come join us Saturday, May 8 from 2:00 p.m. – 9:00 p.m. for a celebration of Hispanic culture. There will be authentic Mexican food, dancing, music, shopping, a kid’s zone, and more! Mark your calendars for a day full of family fun! The City of Broken Arrow seeks to positively impact the community at large by ensuring they are purposeful and authentic in vendor and entertainment inclusion of the Rose District’s 5 de Mayo Fiesta, by purposefully including Oklahoma’s fastest-growing minority, the Hispanic community. To achieve this, Vega & Treviño Consulting have been brought on to help with obtaining vendors, entertainment acts, and food options rooted directly in the Hispanic community. CDC guidelines will be in place. If you or a member of your party are showing symptoms of COVID-19 or have been exposed, we ask that you refrain from attending this celebration. We appreciate your cooperation.
Main Street Square
303 S Main Street
Broken Arrow, Ok 74011
Will Rogers Memorial Museum
1720 W Will Rogers Blvd
Samuel Sinyangwe is a policy analyst and data scientist who works with communities of color to fight systemic racism through cutting-edge policies and strategies. Mr. Sinyangwe has supported movement activists across the country to collect and use data as a tool for fighting police violence through Mapping Police Violence and to launch Campaign Zero, a comprehensive platform to end police violence. At this year's Symposium, Mr. Sinyangwe will provide perspective on how policy and data can provide a lens into how looking back at historical events can shape the work needed to improve the future. Specifically, Mr. Sinyangwe will illuminate how local and national data can inform how looking back at the vents of the Tulsa 1921 Race Massacre should shape how we move beyond 2021 and consider the next 100 years in Tulsa. This year, you will have the opportunity to attend the Symposium virtually or limited, in-person attendance. Be sure to register now and take advantage of the Early Bird Registration which will end on April 20, 2021.
OKLAHOMA STATE UNIVERSITY-TULSA
700 NORTH GREENWOOD AVENUE
TULSA, OK 74106
Born and raised in Nashville Tennessee, Harvard graduate Caroline Randall Williams is an award-winning poet, young adult novelist, and cookbook author as well as an activist, public intellectual, performance artist, and scholar. She joined the faculty of Vanderbilt University in the Fall of 2019 as a Writer-in-Residence in Medicine, Health, and Society while she continues to work and speak to the places where art, business, and scholarship intersect, moving people closer to their best lives and corporations closer to their ideal identities. At this year's Symposium, Ms. Randall Williams will participate in a joint luncheon panel discussion that illuminates how important historical events tie into the history of places we live (with Greenwood and the Race Massacre as local models). Ms. Williams will focus on how past and current narratives help shape our collective and individual memories for purposes of preserving, honoring, and creating cultural histories, and how activism performance art, monuments, and place intersect in both preserving the past and carving a path for the future.
OKLAHOMA STATE UNIVERSITY-TULSA
700 N GREENWOOD AVE
TULSA, OK 74106