October 2016 Around Town 2

TWL Bistro

TWL Bisto is a traditional bistro with a creative flair that is open for lunch, dinner and Sunday brunch! It’s also a great venue for meetings and events. TWL Bistro originally began as a franchise of La Crepe Nanou in New Orleans. However, as staff evolved and guests provided feedback, it was decided to re-brand. TWL Bistro has created their own take on traditional bistro fair and strive to show their guests that “every meal can be enhanced by the right wine”. All ages are welcome. Enjoy the culinary arts of Executive Chef, Daniel Witwer. TheWineLoftTulsa.com.

Comedy to the Rescue

A comedy charity show to benefit shelter dogs in Oklahoma. Tulsa rescue, Single Dog Seeking and Oklahoma rescue, Fetch Fido A Flight have partnered with The Loony Bin comedy club to bring you “Comedy to the Rescue” on October 5th at 6:30.  Both rescues save animals from the shelters to prevent euthanasia. All of the proceeds go directly to the rescues. Funds raised will go toward food, shelter and vet care for the animals. Comedy to the rescue will feature your headliner Tim Gaither and others as well as a live auction! Tickets are just $20 with reservation. To purchase tickets go to Tulsa.LoonyBinComedy.com. For more information visit FetchFidoaFlight.com  SingleDogSeeking.com.

Halloween Festival at The Castle 
of Muskogee

Fall is in the air, which means the Halloween Festival at the Castle of Muskogee is here! Only a short drive from Tulsa, the Ghost Hosts’ of Oklahoma’s 60-acre park would like you to join them each weekend this October! You’ll find a collection of culinary creations, 30+ shops for crafts, décor, clothing, and delightful entertainment for the entire family! Much more than a Haunted House, the Castle provides an array of thrills between 11 different attractions. The goal is to create one-of-a-kind memories of fun and adventure to everyone; Guests and Cast alike! New This Year:

The Halloween Train! Guests may board from the Depot (located in the Castle Village) and enjoy a ride throughout the festive sites of the not-so-scary grounds. Families are encouraged to plan a trip to Halloween Land, a carnival themed area which is ideal for our younger castle goers. Activities include kid-friendly games, face painting, and prizes with absolutely no scares!

Parking and admission to the Halloween Village is FREE. Tickets must be purchased for each attraction and prices range from $3.00 to $15.00 with Combo Specials available. Advance tickets may be purchased on-line. OKCastle.com

BARKtoberfest

On Saturday, October 29 from 11 a.m. to 4 .pm., join Owasso Animal Shelter & CAARE, plus many animal welfare organizations and municipal shelters for the 9th Annual BARKtoberfest at Rayola Park in Owasso. BARKtoberfest highlights a large animal adoption event, plus the lowest event pricing on pet vaccinations to keep your pet healthy. Free canine heart worm testing and discounted microchipping also available and provided by local veterinarians. Join the fun and dress your pet to compete in the popular pet contests beginning at 12 p.m. So bring your pets and enjoy a day filled with fun, food and entertainment. Visit BARKtoberfestonline.org and Facebook.com/BarkOwasso for more information or call 918.272.4965.

In addition to BARKtoberfest, enjoy all the activities the Owasso Harvest Festival has to offer including: VFW Car and Bike Show, Booth Vendors, Live Music, Food Trucks, Face Painting and so much more. Visit CityofOwasso.com for more information.

Spotlight on San Miguel – Dancing with the Tulsa Stars

A spectacular Hollywood style evening of cocktails, dining, entertainment, competitive dancing and voting for your favorite dancer will be held November 5th. Have fun on the dance floor to vocals by Ayngel and John after winners are announced. Dancers: Steve Allen, Charlie Bendana, Mary Dill, Sunny Leigh, Raegen Siegfried, and Linda Woodward. Judges: Tom Bueno, Rev. Jack Gleason, and Katie Maguire. Honorary Chair: Sally Minshall. Co-Chairs: Teresa and Matt Gawey. San Miguel Tulsa is dedicated to helping children from challenging environments.