Enjoy a pancake breakfast fundraiser hosted by the firemen at Tulsa Fire Station #32, on 91st between Sheridan & Yale, to support Benjamin’s Biscuit Acres Dog Park. The event is Saturday October 12th from 8-11 a.m. Meet the firemen, tour the station, and enjoy raffles and door prizes! Pancakes for Pooches  is free to the public and donations are gladly accepted.


Fall is in the air, which means the Halloween Festival at the Castle of Muskogee is here! A short drive from Tulsa, the Castle would like you to join them on Fridays and Saturdays, September 27th through October 26th. The festivities begin at 6 p.m.and ticket sales end at 10 p.m. You’ll find a collection of Halloween thrills including culinary creations, 30+ shops for crafts, décor, clothing including costumes and delightful entertainment for the entire family! Much more than a Haunted House, the Castle provides an array of thrills on multiple attractions (tickets required) and one-of-a-kind memories of fun and adventure for everyone.

Attractions include; Halloween Land for eight years of age and under, the Haunted Hayride – a spooky adventure for all, a Halloween Train and multiple scary attractions for the thrill seeker.

Complimentary parking and gate admission. Advance tickets may be purchased on-line.

Oklahoma Alliance for Animals presents the Fur Ball Gala

Save the date! The 2019 Fur Ball Gala, “It’s Raining Cats and Dogs,” is Saturday, November 16, 2019 from 6 -10 p.m. at Southern Hills Country Club.

Oklahoma Alliance for Animals, a Tulsa based non-profit, needs your help to stop the flooding of animals at the shelters and rescue organizations. OAA’s mission is dedicated to reducing pet overpopulation, encouraging responsible pet ownership and promoting the humane treatment of animals. If  interested in becoming a sponsor email Information and tickets at

The TULSA TOWN HALL Speaker Series Presents Ann Kulze, MD 

The Happiness Diet

Dr. Ann’s mission is to share the joys of healthy living with as many people as possible. With programs that are simple, easy and fun, she breaks down the science behind healthy living for people with busy lives and teaches how to use food to enhance peace of mind, lower stress and unleash the remarkable power of the human brain. October 4th from 10:30 – 11:30 a.m. at the Tulsa Performing Arts Center. All seating is open.

Tulsa Girls Art School presents Powered by Art, A Bright Future

Save the date! The Tulsa Girls Art School presents their 2019 gala, Powered by Art, A Bright Future, to be held November 8th at the Greenwood Cultural Center. TGAS students create outrageous, futuristic and avant-garde fashions showcased by models. The young artists present a gallery of outstanding artwork. Appetizer contest, wine tastings, a futuristic dinner, live auction and great music make Powered by Art a can’t miss event. TGAS is an innovative year-round visual arts program that provides a safe, supportive environment for young talented girls. For tickets

Ladies Night Out and Fun Halloween Themed Classes

Tulsa Stained Glass hosts a variety of classes throughout the month and October is filled with fun Halloween themes for Ladies Night Out, Family Glass Mosaics (ages 8+), and additional classes throughout the month. Have fun making a beautiful stained glass Halloween or autumn décor piece to take home.

Ladies Night Out: Bring a friend or meet new friends. Cost includes all project materials and a light dinner. Tuesday the 15th.

Family Glass Mosaics: Fun Halloween-themed class for families. No experience required. Using glass pieces, you will make a treasure of your own design. Halloween festivities and treats. Sundays the 6th, 13th, 20th, and 27th.

Additional Classes: Fun Halloween-themed class for adults. No experience required. Learn stained glass construction then design and make a treasure. Halloween festivities and treats.

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