By: Eddie Stephens | Category: In Our Communities | Issue: October 2006
Ashley Stokes, Director of Sales, is seated in Celebration Station’s newest attraction – The Max Flight simulation ride
If you’re looking for an exceptional place to enjoy seasonal events, Celebration Station has some extraordinary options available to you.
On Saturday, October 28th, from 8 a.m. to 4 p.m., the year-round, fun-stop is hosting Halloween at the Station.
Promoting the event, Ashley Stokes, Director of Sales, says, “The day’s activities will begin at 8 a.m. with a Pancake Breakfast, provided by a local Boy Scout troop. Although there’s no breakfast charge, donations will be accepted.”
Celebration Station hosts the occasion with the support of local businesses.
As a fun, creative way to welcome the fall season, corporate generosity enables them to feature a pumpkin-decorating venue from 10 a.m. to Noon.
While the pumpkin carving is underway, Halloween at the Station will provide free video games from 10 a.m. to 1 p.m. Unlimited-ride passes are available at a reduced cost from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m.
“All park attractions will be open at 10 a.m., following the pancake breakfast,” Stokes says. “Everyone attending Halloween at the Station is invited to enjoy a full day of fun.”
Take a spin on the Bumper Boats and the Go-Karts. Catch your breath and relax with a round of miniature golf, or step in the batter’s box for a few swings in the Batting Cages.
Celebration Station also has a new simulated roller coaster ride, Max-Flight. Before challenging more video games, “bag” some traditional Halloween candy, from Noon until
2 p.m., on Trick-or-Treat Trail that winds through a designated portion of the park’s mini-golf course.
“The event environment will be family-friendly,” Stokes says. “We avoid creating an ultra-spooky setting.”
Participants are encouraged to join Celebration Station employees in wearing costumes, and to bring treat bags or suitable containers for use on Trick-or-Treat Trail. Free event t-shirts will be given to the first 100 guests.
Celebration Station has a reputation for wholesome, family-oriented fun and food. Their quality, theme-oriented rides and attractions are highlighted by superior employees, and exceptional guest service.
Purchase a Play-Pass for unlimited access to all the outdoor attractions. The facility includes a great pizza restaurant, and their Pizza, Pop & Play packages include everything a family needs for a day of food and fun.
Stokes says numerous functions are hosted throughout the year, and they regularly feature a special promotion on holidays and schools-out dates.
From birthday parties and fund-raisers, to church and corporate outings, Celebration Station specializes in accommodating groups. Sales Director Stokes would welcome the opportunity to discuss and help plan your next event.
“Our website is informative, and in addition to upcoming event details, you can access cost-saving information. ‘Click’ on the Tulsa ‘star’ to view available specials,” she reminds.
Halloween at the Station is a superb, seasonal event choice. Plan to enjoy all the food and fun at Celebration Station, October 28th, 8 a.m. to 4 p.m.