May is a busy month; finals, graduations, and end of school year parties. In the Tulsa area there are multiple festivals and activities to mark the beginning of summer with Mayfest, Hop Jam, Rooster Days, BBQ n’ Blues and even the Food Truck Festival to name a few. The days are busy and full of fun but it’s also nice…
"A Grand Evening", held March 20th, was a special fundraiser in which patrons donated a grand to go towards new beds in the Memory Center. Chef Robert Merrifield, Trustee, Saint Simeon’s Foundation, and his team at The Polo Grill prepared a delicious meal for the 28 attendees. In total, the event raised $35,100.
All Cascia alumni working, living, or visiting in the Tulsa area were invited to meet area alumni, network with business leaders, and learn about new developments at Cascia Hall and in the Tulsa community. Mike Neal and Roger Carter, Headmaster at Cascia, were the speakers. Plans are being made for future networking breakfasts.
Experience a rich cultural tapestry, and the beauty and grandeur of Renaissance England, right here in Oklahoma! You’ll be transported back to the 16th Century as Castleton Village comes alive with over 600 costumed stage and street performers, merchants, and artisans providing an entertainment experience fit for Royalty.
For more information on the event and The Center, please visit TulsaCenterPoloClassic.org or call 918.584.8607. The Center Polo Classic, like the organization it supports, is a unique fundraising event bringing something new to the Tulsa philanthropic community. The Center for Individuals with Physical Challenges started the event four years ago and its growth is testament to the event experience and…
The spring real estate season is in full bloom. Low interest rates remain steady and the area is full of beautiful neighborhoods and homes. It's exciting and daunting all at the same time. We spoke to Brian Frere with the Brian Frere Home Team about what buyers need to know before signing a contract on their dream home.
This story is brought to you by Tom's Outdoor Living. Tulsa Botanic Garden will celebrate the opening of their two acre Children’s Discovery Garden starting with their fourth annual DIG: Day In the Garden event on Saturday, May 14, 4-8 p.m. Tickets for this family-friendly event include dinner, drinks and activities, including a preview of the Children’s Discovery Garden. Tickets…
From 1992–2006, business was good for home builders and developers. Steadily rising home values and declining interest rates spurred new home construction at an incredible rate, peaking at 1.7 million single-family housing starts in 2005. Unfortunately, the meltdown of the housing market in 2007 resulted in skittish buyers, massive inventory, and stricter lending laws.
Season two of Tulsa's Premier Professional Soccer Team is in full swing at ONEOK Field. From spectacular firework displays to enticing promotions like jersey and flag giveaways, the Tulsa Roughnecks FC has a lot in store for their second year.
Not just for barns any longer, today's metal roofs are more attractive than ever. They have lost their “barnyard” image and now sport a host of colors, finishes, and profiles and are much more compatible with the architectural styles of today’s home exteriors. A durable and energy-efficient alternative to shingles, metal roofs are enjoying a new found popularity.