Mental health is a tough subject to talk about, let alone understand, and has become a more prominent subject in the news recently. The Laureate Institute for Brain Research (LIBR) aims to shed more light on treatment options through research. Dr. Martin Paulus, Scientific Director and President at LIBR shares some insight with Tulsa Lifestyle contributor Kristy White on what…
We’ve been having a good time at Tulsa Stained Glass. Ladies Night Out is sponsored by Tulsa Lifestyle and the events have been sold out. We are adding an afternoon event as well. Join us! Events are listed on TulsaStainedGlass.com.
If it seems like charcuterie boards are all the rage lately, that’s because they are. And what’s not to like? Cured and smoked meats, fancy cheeses, delectable add-ons…a charcuterie board is perfect with drinks after work, as a quick snack or even for a late-night dinner option. Needless to say, we’re firmly situated on the charcuterie bandwagon.
Ladies Night Out-Make & Take Sponsored by Tulsa Lifestyle and Hosted by Tulsa Stained Glass. Bring a friend, meet new friends, and mingle with Lifestyle staff. Enjoy heavy hor d’oeuvres then learn how to work with stained glass. Choose your project; a whimsical bird using either traditional stained glass techniques OR glass mosaic on tiles. … Continued
Article Louann Buhlinger Using a palette of jewel tones and warm earthen hues, artist Jean Richardson fuses the spiritual and abstract in her paintings of horses. “The image of the horse is the perfect vehicle to express my true subjects of motion and energy,” Richardson said. “I see the horse as a metaphor for the human spirit – unbridled, striving,…
Broken Arrow has a beautiful new dog park with lots of room for our furry friends to play. The park is located at 4751 West New Orleans Street (101st & Garnett) and the hours are dawn to dusk and closed Wednesdays. The park includes; bathrooms for humans and poop bag stations for the pups, seating and tables, and … Continued
The Parade of Homes was June 16-24 and featured over 150 homes. There was one beautiful home after another that were all sizes and prices presented by numerous builders in Tulsa and the surrounding communities. We toured 3 various priced homes in the Broken Arrow area. All had gorgeous detail, great layouts, and depending on what you're … Continued
2018 SENIOR SAFETY AND LIFESTYLE FAIR Join LIFE Senior Services and the Tulsa Police Department’s Senior Services Unit for this free fair for older, independent adults and their families on July 24 at the Exchange Center at Expo Square. The primary focus is health and safety, active aging and maintaining independence as long as possible. Enjoy activities including … Continued
More than 1,000 students, faculty, staff, and donors wrote their name or encouraging words on a designated beam of the new A.R. & Marylouise Tandy Dining and Wellness center. “Knowing their name is on the beam that is a building block for the future of education and wellness…is something to be proud of,” said JP Culley, … Continued
Tom’s Outdoor Living hosted a gathering at Tulsa Garden Center’s Linnaeus Gardens on May 3rd. Barry Jarvis grilled amazing appetizers, American Solera’s Chase Healey provided beverages and everyone had an enjoyable evening while guitarist Travis Kidd performed. Tom Butchko, Jr. says, “Our clients are family, and this is one way we strengthen community and encourage everyone … Continued
Over 400 people were on hand participating in the live auction, silent auction, raffle, wine pull and dancing to the music of Charlie Redd and the Full Flava Kings. Money raised supports Street School which provides therapeutic counseling and educational support for at-risk students in grades 9 through 12 wanting to overcome the odds … Continued
A “night dedicated to the hope that we can make tomorrow’s headlines happen today! Let’s celebrate our sponsors and their commitment to the Tulsa community… ” “By supporting the Association, we strike an important balance — supporting families at the local level…and simultaneously seeking a cure by supporting cutting-edge medical research.” Teri and Marc Maun, … Continued
The Parent Child Center of Tulsa's Patron Party is a celebration of the successes of the Toyland Ball. PCCT Board and staff members come together with style to thank the patrons and sponsors of the event. Photography by Francine’s Photography.
Held February 22 at the Cox Business Center, this premier event fuels the organization's mission of promoting and preserving independence for seniors. Today. Tomorrow. Always. Visit LifeSeniorServices.org to learn more about Live Senior Services, to find out how you can help and to view the 2018 Sponsors. Photography by John Bivens Images.
The Night of Dreams gala was hosted on Thursday, February 22, to raise critical funds for the Tulsa Dream Center. The gala raised financial support for the L.I.F.E. (Literacy Is For Everyone) program which is an after school and summer reading program for at-risk youth in north Tulsa.
The Case Management Society of Eastern Oklahoma (CMSA) raised $4,486 for The Center for Individuals with Physical Challenges during its annual charity fashion show and Christmas luncheon in December. Over the past seven years CMSA of Eastern Oklahoma has raised more than $19,000 for nonprofits with the charity fashion show.
Friends and supporters gathered at Snug Harbor at Southern Hills to hear from mortgage company founder Kevin Stitt. Stitt is a political newcomer running as a conservative candidate in Oklahoma’s open governor’s race. To learn more about him visit StittForGovernor.com
On Thursday, Oct. 19, Hillcrest South hosted a tailgate themed luncheon to honor local first responders. This second annual event was a fun gathering to show appreciation for first responders, including members of local fire and police departments and ambulance services.
Looking for the perfect centerpiece for the table or wreath for the door? The Market at Walnut Creek, located at 81st and Harvard, invites you to visit their beautiful 28,000 square foot showroom decorated from head to toe in unique, one of a kind holiday decorations. For information 918.492.3500 or TheMarketTulsa.com.
Cain’s Ballroom was filled with Food Bank supporters who addressed the issue of hunger in our community. Honorary ambassadors were Mary and David Sherwood and Sid Smith. Patrons sampled over 80 whiskeys, attended seminars on whiskey making, enjoyed a whiskey inspired food menu prepared by Food Bank’s Executive Chef, Jeff Marlow, and desserts by Katy’s Pantry.
Outstanding philanthropic leaders were announced by the Association of Fundraising Professionals (AFP), Eastern Oklahoma Chapter. National Philanthropy Day (NPD) Chair Michelle Reagor said, “It is a privilege to reveal the names of those who we will honor for making our community a better place to live, work, and play.” Honorees will be recognized on Friday, November 3, 2017, during AFP’s…
What good is sitting alone in your room? Come hear the music play; Life is a Cabaret, old Chum, Come to the Cabaret! Join Oklahoma Alliance for Animals on Friday, November 3, 2017 at Southern Hills Country Club for a special evening with NYC MAC award winners, KT Sullivan and Mark Nadler for the 12th annual Fur Ball Gala, “Tails…
In a surprise presentation at Saint Simeons, Fellow Southside Rotary Club members, the Biscuit Acres Volunteer Association and key members of the City of Tulsa Parks Department presented John Benjamin with a banner depicting the new sign to be placed at the entrance of the Biscuit Acres Dog Park renaming the Park in his honor.
The White Party, one of Tulsa’s most unique fundraising events, celebrated its 10th year and raised $290,000 for Family & Children’s Services. This festive outdoor celebration set under the art deco skyline of Tulsa was held at The Vault and featured its popular white theme with craft cocktails and a Moroccan flair.
On April 7, Holland Hall hosted a rip-roaring 1920s sockdollager at the 2017 Speakeasy Auction. Complete with a secret Patron side entrance, the Silo Event Center provided the perfect rustic venue for this traditional biennial fundraising event.
For 13 years the Tulsa Health Department and Hillcrest HealthCare System have joined to educate Tulsa metro students on ways to stay healthy by protecting themselves from the flu and other communicable diseases. Don’t Bug Me is a fun campaign giving students tools to keep the spread of germs at a minimum.
Since 1935 Tulsa Town Hall, a nonprofit organization, has hosted speakers who are diverse and provocative, as well as experts in their fields. Speakers for the upcoming season include Cpt Mark Kelly, Dr. Bennet Omalu, Laura Linney, Rudy Maxa and Piper Kerman. TulsaTownHall.com
April 21, Perfect Smile hosted their 4th annual Dentistry from the Heart. On this day, patients can get a free extraction, cleaning or filling. This year was a huge success and they were able to see over 100 patients, donating over 30k in free dentistry.
The Dutch Athletic Hall of Fame recognizes Holland Hall alumni athletes. Hall of Fame inductees and student-athletes are honored together at an annual awards banquet designed to foster pride and preserve good sportsmanship and citizenship in the greater Holland Hall community.
100 volunteers and guests attended a dinner in their honor at the Mike Fretz Event Center. Clarehouse is a home for the terminally ill. All services provided are completely free. Information regarding donations and volunteering is available at Clarehouse.org. Photography Julie L. Mueller.
Metro Christian Academy hosted their Annual Dinner and Auction on April 6th downtown at The Mayo Hotel. The event was a great success and they are looking forward to the opportunities their students and teachers will gain from the funds raised.
Alzheimer’s is a greedy, unforgiving disease. Jackie Kourie, Bob Thomas and Jeff Cope were celebrated for their leadership over the last decade. Through their leadership and the continued generosity of Tulsans, there has been a strong impact on changing the course of Alzheimer’s disease.
Held at JTR's elegant 624 Kitchen & Catering location, the three-course dinner was paired with a hand-crafted whiskey cocktail created by Jared Jordan from MixCo. Whiskey was provided by Premium Beverages. The dinner was a compliment to Giving Spirits, a Whisky Tasting Experience held in October 2016.
The event fuels the organization's mission of promoting and preserving independence for seniors. Today. Tomorrow. Always. Proceeds enable LIFE Senior Services to provide information, education and services to more than 28,000 seniors each year.
More than 400 people attended and danced to the music of Charlie Redd and the Full Flava Kings. The event raised more than $318,000 which helps provide support for at-risk students to overcome the odds and become high school graduates.
VisitTulsa, a division of the Tulsa Regional Chamber of Commerce, shared exciting news at a recent gathering. The Tulsa Foundation for Architecture will present the New York-based Architecture & Design Film Festival at the Circle Cinema, April 20-23.
The 2017 Guardian Angel Award recipient was Judge Doris Fransein, Chief Judge, Juvenile Division. This award honors a person(s) for significant contributions of time, talent, and resources to further the mission of the center. The PCCT also honored retiring Executive Director, Desiree Doherty who has been Executive Director for 10 years.
He creates a kids collection - that's what. Time for kids glasses to get cool. To show off the new, exclusive line of Jackson Rogers eyewear, a fun photo shoot was held at Eye Candy Eyewear. Participants included Scarlett, Sam, Sully, Emerson, Sofia, and Warner. Photos by Ace Cuervo.
Street School celebrated their successful Transforming Lives Fundraising Breakfast with a reception at the Cyntergy building in January. Planning committee members and volunteer table captains were gathered and a champagne toast was made when Executive Director, Lori McGinnis-Madland, Ed.D., announced that their tireless efforts raised $102,000.
Gentner Drummond, principal owner of Blue Sky Bank and a former fighter pilot says, “I know it’s a special treat for the children and their families; but speaking on behalf of everyone at Blue Sky, we feel very blessed to be able to join with the Salvation Army and the Air National Guard to help make this event happen.”
Over 300 women gathered to learn more about Alzheimer's and services available through the Alzheimer's Association. Dayna Steele was the guest speaker; she lost her mother to Alzheimer's. Dayna chronicled their journey in her book, "Surviving Alzheimer's with Friends, Facebook, and a Really Big Glass of Wine". For future women's events, contact Diane Powell at 918.392.5002 or email@example.com.
BMX recently held a race in Tulsa on November 26th to benefit The Leukemia & Lymphoma Society (LLS). The riders and organization raised more than $244,759 to benefit the work of LLS. Tulsa board member and leukemia survivor Bill Everett attended the event.
Titan Lacrosse's Competitive Boys JV team won the championship cup from the November 19-20 Lone Star Shootout Tournament, held in Lewisville, TX. "These players have come so far in the past three months since launching Titan Lacrosse," said Head Coach Trevor Wolf. For more information, visit TitanLaxOk.com.
On September 17, 2016, Holland Hall welcomed over 1,000 spectators and 995 finishers to the 31st Annual Holland Hall Cross Country Invitational, the largest on-campus cross country race in the region. Thank you to the volunteers and athletes for a tremendous event! HollandHall.org
Founded in 1973, Street School is a non-profit alternative high school that is a national model for helping at-risk youth. “We are proud to support educational programs" said OneGas community relations manager, Chris Phillips. “Education affects every aspect of our community."
On October 16th, over 600 people enjoyed the beautiful weather and multiple children's activities at the annual block party. KXOJ DJ's entertained the children, Curbside Comfort food truck provided an array of food, and bouncy slides, fun houses, face painting and much, much more made for a fun event.
The Food Bank’s third annual Giving Spirits was held on October 15, 2016, turning whiskey into food. Guests enjoyed music, great food, riveting seminars and a wide assortment of fine spirits from distillers from around the globe, all in the historic Cain’s Ballroom.