Value News Articles–September 2021

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A Return to Wine and Roses

A Return to Wine and Roses, the Tulsa Garden Center’s long-standing garden party gala event, has been scheduled for Friday evening, Sept. 24 at the ever-gorgeous Linnaeus Teaching Garden in Woodward Park. All proceeds from this fundraising event benefit educational programs and beautification for Tulsa’s favorite midtown oasis. Read more »

Gleam Guard is an Easy, Affordable Kitchen Upgrade Refinish and renew your cabinets and woodwork with little downtime and at much lower cost than replacement.

Fall is on its way and with the cooler weather coming in; you can finally get to your home renovation list before the holidays, starting with your cabinets. While cabinets’ purpose is functional, they remain a focal point of the home. Whether your cabinets are peeling, greasy or even in bad condition, Gleam Guard Wood Refinishing can remedy your woodwork and make it look like new again using eco-friendly and odorless materials with a 5-year guarantee to top it off! Read more »

Hope Harbor’s Partners Provide Healing for Families Impacted by Trauma

September marks the first signs of Fall and at Hope Harbor, the last Saturday in September is always extra special because for the 20+ years, it has been the date of Hope Harbor’s Annual Open House and Fish Fry. This event is to show our partners how much we love and appreciate them and all they do to heal children and families impacted by trauma. Read more »

Jenks First Annual Main Street Bash and Car Show

The Jenks Chamber of Commerce and Tulsa Chevy Classics Car Club are kicking off the first annual Main Street Bash Festival and Car Show Saturday, Sept. 18, 10 a.m. until 5 p.m. in downtown Jenks. Classic cars, food trucks, kid zone, vendors, and downtown shopping highlight the days’ activities. Jenks Main Street will be closed from First to Fifth Streets during event hours. It promises to be a fun day for all ages. Read more »

107th Rogers County Fair Returns to Claremore

No matter what else has been going on in the world, the Rogers County Fair has brought people from near and far to Claremore to enjoy the experiences of a traditional county fair for more than 100 years. This year proves no exception, as the fair board, organizers and planners are working together to bring the traditional fair back to Rogers County this September. Read more »

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