Read the October 2014 Issue of Tulsa Lifestyle!

Calendar of Events


10/23/2014 GLENPOOL CONFERENCE CENTER This fundraiser for Muddy Paws Pets Helping People includes a silent auction, dinner and program that is sure to entertain and make a few tails wag. To reserve your seat or table, call 918.749.5255.


10/25/2014 FIRST BAPTIST CHURCH TULSA Join First Baptist Church for a fall fun festival for the family from 3 to 6 p.m. Located at 500 S. Detroit Ave.


10/26/2014 BROOKSIDE Another option for celebrating the season is the Brookside BooHaHa Parade at 3 p.m. For more information visit

Buddy Baseball

10/26/2014 Jenks Trojans baseball players, in collaboration with the Autism Center of Tulsa, will play the seventh annual Buddy Baseball game Sunday, October 26, from 3 – 5 p.m. at Hinch Field in Jenks. Save The Date! The annual game benefits children with autism from the Jenks school district and surrounding area and provides an afternoon of special fellowship and fun. For more information about The Autism Center of Tulsa, go to For more information about Jenks Trojans Baseball, go to

Wild At Art 2014

11/18/2014 The Wildlife in Need Group In Tulsa (WING-IT) will host the second annual “Wild at Art” event Nov. 18, 2014, at the Tulsa Garden Center, to help the efforts of local volunteer animal rehabilitators in northeastern Oklahoma. The show will feature works of art by area artists and artisans in a wide variety of media, including painting, sculpture, ceramics, fiber arts, jewelry, glass and photography, as well as decorative objects such as wreaths and holiday ornaments, bird houses and feeders, yard art, “green” items made of repurposed materials, and Oklahoma-made wines. All art in the show will have a wildlife, nature or ecological theme. Suzie Gilbert, author of the acclaimed memoir “Flyaway: How a Wild Bird Rehabber Sought Adventure and Found Her Wings,” will be the guest speaker, sharing insights from her 20 years of rehabilitating wild birds such as raptors and crows. Admission to “Wild at Art” is free, and proceeds from art sales will go toward helping WING-IT members cover the costs of rehabilitating animals so that they can be returned to the wild. For more information and/or photographs: Kim Doner,