Native Juice Co., a new juice bar at 121st & Sheridan, is serving fresh juices, smoothies, acai bowls, oatmeal, and Cirque coffee. Owned and operated by father/son duo, Steve and Michael Area, their drinks are freshly prepared using whole fruits and vegetables, making a delicious snack or meal replacement. A beautiful and comfortable space designed by interior designer, Christen Heath, is complete with a highly Instagram-able “Oklahoma Grown” wall mural.

“We really wanted to bring the juice bar concept to south Tulsa with a local’s touch,” says Michael. “We use only natural and organic ingredients to create our premium juices and smoothies. And we have a bunch of healthy options to get your 2018 started off right.” Native Juice also serves coffee and cold brew from Cirque, a popular local roaster.

This February, Native Juice Co. is offering new customers 20% off their first juice, smoothie, or acai bowl – just mention this write-up in Tulsa Lifestyle to redeem.  

For more info, contact them at 918.858.0952. Redeem discount at: 6333 E. 120th Ct. Unit E  in Tulsa (121st & Sheridan).


Join Holland Hall School for the state’s largest book fair on Saturday, Feb. 24th. The book fair is open to the public and offers discount-priced, gently used books, toys, board games, puzzles, original computer games/programs, original issue music media along with stuffed animals and educational toys. Hours are 8 a.m. – 5 p.m. Tickets are $1 and kids 18 and under are free. 

“This event allows all kids to find new books and treasures at a discounted price so they can continue to read and learn,” said Nicole Masullo, book fair chair. “The donations from our students, families and the community, along with our amazing volunteers, are what makes this event a success.”

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Come to Eureka Springs to join the fun, watch the parade, get a taste of New Orleans, dress up and join the masquerade! Although the Eureka Gras starts in January, the celebration continues throughout February. 

February 2nd is the Coronation Ball, a spectacular Royal procession followed by dinner and dancing. Music by Doghouse Daddy. February 3rd is the Light and Sound Night Parade. After the parade downtown, there will be Second Line Dancing in the streets. February 9th is the Joker’s Masquerade Ball: a costume ball with a Royal Mini Parade, buffet, dancing, and costume contest. February 10th at 2 p.m. is the Day Parade where you can catch some beads and join the fun!

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Bridal, Baby, Engagement …. 

No matter the occasion, let The Mansion at Woodward Park set the scene. Sunday Showers are held exclusively in our ornate South Room; the open concept and natural light make for a perfect canvas to accent your choice of shower décor. The Mansion at Woodward Park happily supplies tables, chairs, and set-up for up to 80 guests. Showers begin at $500 and they may be held on available Sundays for any three-hour time frame between 11 a.m. and 5 p.m. with a one hour allowance for clean-up. Guests will have access to the prep kitchen and restroom facilities. Contact our event coordinator at for more information.

Badges N’ Barbeques

Badges n’ Barbeques was held at the Christiansen Jet Center on October 27th, 2016 to a crowd of more than 300 eager to enjoy the delicious barbecue cooked by 12 teams of police, fire, DEA and other law enforcement agencies across Green Country.

Introducing Innovative Outdoor Living & Contracting, LLC 

Looking for a reliable contracting company with extensive experience for your next project?

Innovative Outdoor Living & Contracting created by Cherlyn Reeves is a local company that takes care of all your property needs. They specialize in Outdoor Living, Planning & Construction for residential and commercial properties.  Reeves has an extensive background is in Landscape Architecture, Horticulture and Project Management. 

Innovative Outdoor Living & Contracting offers exceptional customer service and wants to help you achieve all your outdoor living needs.  They are passionate about their work and love creating new spaces and places for people to enjoy for many years to come. 

They also offer additional services such as

Roof work, Masonry, Fencing, Gutters, Exterior painting and stucco work, Grading and Drainage and just about anything else you can think of on the property. 

Whether you’re looking for a few helpful tips or just need an experienced individual to help you manage your project, they have the tools and experience to handle it for you.  

Tulsa Home & Garden Show

Save the Date! Oklahoma’s LARGEST home and garden products trade show has more than 500 exhibitors, offering everything you need for your home improvement project. It is THE home improvement event of the year and one that you don’t want to miss!

2018 Features: Reasor’s will be back in the Gardens area this year selling flowers. This has been a huge hit at the show year after year and because of this and with a little help from the HBA Charitable Foundation, they have been able to donate $10,000 per year to the Community Food Bank of Eastern Oklahoma’s Food for Kids program. The event will be held March 8-11 at the River Spirit Expo at Expo Square.