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  • Susan Brown
    RE/MAX Legacy
    Nothing Bundt Cakes is now in Broken Arrow! This bakery that specializes in delicious bundt cakes and mini bundt cakes (called bundtinis) is located at 1228 E Hillside Drive. The bundts come in flavors like lemon, red velvet, and white chocolate raspberry, as well as featured seasonal flavors such as pumpkin spice, all covered in a generous portion of their famous cream cheese frosting. These cakes are perfect for any occasion, including birthdays and weddings, but are also nice when you just want to treat yourself. If you have never tried a Nothing Bundt Cake, don't wait for another second, and if you have, you are as excited as I am to have one in Broken Arrow. Stop in or order online today!
  • Jared Brown
    RE/MAX Legacy
    The Military History Center is a museum that displays uniforms, weapons, medals, and honors received by great military heroes throughout history. The history center is more than just an educational experience; it tells the stories of real veterans who served and sacrificed for our nation. This collection is a source of inspiration and patriotism for anyone who is able to experience it. The Military History Center, located at 112 N Main Street, is open Tuesday through Friday from 10:00 a.m.- 4:00 p.m., and Saturday, 10:00 a.m.- 2:00 p.m. Admission is $5 for adults, with free admission for members and kids. If you live in Broken Arrow, or even if you are visiting, don't miss this incredible and inspiring experience.
  • Susan Brown
    RE/MAX Legacy
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    Broken Arrow, OK
    Laurannae Baking Company (pronounced laura:nay) is a light and airy bakery in the heart of Broken Arrow's Rose District. Laurannae offers freshly baked goodies daily, such as cookies, cupcakes, and pastries, as well as delicious hand-crafted coffees and lattes. The bakery also makes beautiful cakes to order for special events. Located at 112 W. Commercial Street, Laurannae is open from 7:00 a.m.-9:00 p.m. Monday through Thursday,7:00 a.m-11:00 p.m. Friday and Saturday, and 11:00 a.m.-8:00 p.m. on Sunday. This adorable bakery is a must-visit if you live in Broken Arrow! Make it part of your daily routine!
  • Jared Brown
    RE/MAX Legacy
    If you live in Broken Arrow or are just visiting, you need to try Bramble Breakfast and Bar for their spectacular Brunch and cocktails. Located at 121 N. Ash, near the heart of the Rose District, in what used to be a church, the atmosphere of the restaurant is as beautiful as the menu. Enjoy savory breakfast tacos, biscuits and gravy, lemon curd pancakes, or their giant flash-fried cinnamon roll covered in thick cream cheese frosting. Hungry yet? Head over to Bramble and check out their delicious menu. Seating is first come, first serve and the restaurant closes at
    2:00 p.m., so get there early!
  • Susan Brown
    RE/MAX Legacy
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    Broken Arrow, OK
    The Broken Arrow Rose Festival has become an annual tradition in the early fall. The Rose Festival will take place from September 31 - October 2nd. Featured this year is a Chalk Art Contest, vendors, food trucks, a free kids' zone, and a dazzling light show on Friday evening. The festival ends on October 2nd with Rose Kites over Broken Arrow from 10:00 a.m. - 4:00 p.m. at the Broken Arrow Event Park. Come out and enjoy the beginning of fall at the Broken Arrow Rose Festival!
  • Susan Brown
    RE/MAX Legacy
    The Broken Arrow Farmers Market located in the heart of the Rose District is open every Saturday from April to October; weather permitting. With over 50 vendors offering locally grown produce and hand-crafted products, the farmer's market is a great way to support the local community. Open from 8:00 a.m.-noon, and covered with large pavilions, even the heat shouldn't keep you from experiencing the wonderful vendors, demonstrations, and live music. Make the farmer's market part of your family's weekend tradition!
  • Jared Brown
    RE/MAX Legacy
    Crumbl's Cookies in Broken Arrow is the perfect spot to satisfy your sweet tooth. Located at 1340 E Hillside Drive in Broken Arrow, Crumbl's offers several unique cookie flavors, such as everything bagel, or French toast, along with the classics, like chocolate chip and sugar cookie. With different weekly flavors, there is always a new excuse to visit Crumbl's. Stop by today to treat yourself, or get a box of cookies to share!
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    Being new to the area, I am so glad I settled in Broken Arrow. My favorite part of the area, though, is the Rose District. I've been to the Rose District to do everything from swimming and going down the slides with the kids to eating at five-star restaurants. Super fun, super chic place to gather on a nice evening.
  • Susan Brown
    RE/MAX Legacy
    Looking for a fun, family-friendly way to cool down this summer? Broken Arrow offers two aquatic centers that offer just that! Family Aquatics Center, located at 1400 S. Main Street, and Nienhuis Aquatic Facility at 3201 N. 9th St have a mix of slides, diving boards, wading pools, splash pads, and swimming pools. Spend a few hours or the whole day enjoying the clear waters of these two facilities. Click the link for hours of operation and pricing. Summer fun is just around the corner at Broken Arrow's aquatic centers!
  • Jared Brown
    RE/MAX Legacy
    H2O Inflatable Aqua Park is Broken Arrow's newest water park. Beat the heat in the water this summer at this family-friendly park. With over 20 inflatables to slip, slide, and jump off of, this water park offers an exciting way to cool off. Located at 2800 E New Orleans St. in Broken Arrow, this park is just a short drive from Tulsa, Bixby, Glenpool, or Jenks. With lifeguards and a sandy beach, there is something for everyone at H2O. Check out their Facebook page for monthly and holiday specials. Open from 11:00 a.m. to 8:00 p.m. every day in the summer.
  • Dara Sullivan
    RE/MAX Advanced
    In the days of Indian Territory, Broken Arrow was settled by Muscogee Creek Indians relocating during the Trail of Tears. The Broken Arrow Muscogee people built log homes and farms. Their spring water was provided by a spring that is located in what we now call Roy Harral Nature Park. Later on, the Muscogee Nation chose to settle their capital in Okmulgee. The earliest church and school for the Muscogee Nation were placed on opposing sides of the river and a ferry was used to transport them. That ferry was located in Broken Arrow on what is now called the Indian Springs Sports Complex.

    Following the Civil War, the US built railways through Muscogee Nation connecting Muskogee to Tulsa, and opened up the land for communal ownership despite the wishes of the Muscogee Nation. The railway was significant for the agricultural economy to ship their goods. The city of Broken Arrow was established in 1902 in the Indian Territory five years prior to statehood.
    Broken Arrow is situated between the Creek Turnpike and Highway 51 which takes commuters straight into downtown Tulsa and surrounding areas for work. The industries in Broken Arrow vary from banking, retail, aviation, and manufacturing to home building and construction. Those commuting to Tulsa experience a brief drive averaging 18 minutes. The community now boasts a population of over 100,000 members and is one of the largest school districts in Oklahoma. Overall, the Broken Arrow School District is rated #4 in the state. For athletes, it is ranked #28. The overall grade for the district is a B. It excels in clubs and activities as well as diversity. The student-teacher ratio for Broken Arrow is 19:1.

    Things to do in Broken Arrow include fine arts performances at the Broken Arrow Performing Arts Center and the Broken Arrow Playhouse, touring the Blue Bell Ice Creamery, hike in the park at Haikey Creek or Ray Harral Nature Park. You can enjoy a nice dip in the pool at the Family Aquatics Center, shop at Bass Pro, or hit a couple of museums such as Museum Broken Arrow or Military History Museum. Other enjoyable outings can include bowling, movies, and antique shopping at places like Jade on Main Street. Others might enjoy shopping at boutiques and trying new restaurants in the downtown Rose District which is bustling with activity and excitement over the renovated downtown area. Perhaps a visit to Broken Arrow’s newest park treasure, Elam, a master plan park on 53 acres would suit the whole family. It has an 18-hole golf course, community center, aquatics center, nature pavilion, and butterfly garden in addition to a playground, splash pad, and exercise stations where you can work out if you don’t want to play tennis, pickleball, or swing in the hammocks. Throughout the year they have parades for Rooster Day Festival, Christmas, and other activities and festivals. One of the more well-known holiday outings is the Rhema Church Christmas Light Display that people travel from miles around to view it. Anywhere you go in Broken Arrow, there is something to do!
  • Kath Williams
    RE/MAX Results
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    Broken Arrow, OK
    The Rose District is Broken Arrow’s super charming, super chic destination for food, drinks, shopping, and sidewalk conversations. On a sunny day, you’ll find the doors open and the hospitality flowing. It is a great date night spot or perfect for an afternoon stroll with the girlfriends. Definitely worth a trip to explore all it has to offer.
  • City of Broken Arrow announced this week that they are going to build a 53 acre public park. This huge new park will include many different activities for adults and children to explore. Playgrounds, splash pads, tennis and basketball courts, and frisbee golf course just to name a few. Check out the link below for more information.
  • McAllister's Deli in Broken Arrow has the best sandwiches and iced tea in the city. It is always a treat to go to McAllister's Deli for lunch. Popular choices are the French dip and Ruben sandwiches. Healthy options include some really delicious salads. If you are in Broken Arrow, give McAllister's Deli a try.
  • Broken Arrow is continuing to outpace our cities in expansion and modernization. Street widening projects, automated utilities tracking, and a thriving downtown Rose District are bringing Broken Arrow to the forefront of desirable places to live in the greater Tulsa area. The city planners and managers have been careful to keep the same small-town feel to this community. Numerous spring and summer events including the farmers market make Broken Arrow a great place to raise a family. Check out this latest update from the City of Broken Arrow Oklahoma.
  • Tragic snowmelt has quickly brought an end to the many snow sculptures and front yard snowmen and women across our community. The last of the snow from our last subzero storm has begun to melt. Noticeable higher traffic volumes as citizens climb out of their homes and get back to their weekend routines of going to the store and church. Many have had plumbing issues due to frozen pipes. Although the storm brought on many complications and closures, it also brought neighbors and the community together. One of the things I love most about Oklahoma is the way that neighbors and complete strangers rise to the occasion to help one another. Joyce and I called many of our past clients and were able to bring groceries and laughter to an otherwise isolating event. Most of the year we have little need for our four-wheel drive Chevy, but at the extremes, it is sure nice to have.
  • The main roads in Broken Arrow are well groomed and clear for the most part, but the neighborhoods are very icy and slippery. Even with my 4x4 I am slipping around on neighborhood streets. I have also noticed some drivers entering neighborhoods too fast and not being able to stop. Remember to give yourself a lot of room to slow down before stop signs and traffic lights. Drive slow and stay safe. The ice and snow should all be melting within a couple days.
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    Broken Arrow, OK
    Are you looking for a little challenge on the course? Do you seek one of the best courses in the Nation? Well, here you go!

    Built in 1967 by a group of Tulsa businessman, J.A. Buddy LaFortune best known for his golf course designs, worked alongside Joe Finger to design a challenging course that would be considered to be one of the best in the nation. Finger and LaFourtune designed a course that "ranks at the top of all of his designed courses" and is "one of the finest in the nation" (Finger 1967).

    This specific course not only allows a challenge for its golfers but offers a "natural beauty" allowing its participants to soak in a relaxing environment while enjoying a little friendly competition. Cedar Ridge Country Club not only offers "eighty-seven sand traps", beautiful scenery, tennis courts, swimming, a dining area offering social events, and memberships!
    Check out the website below for more information.
  • Ice ice baby!! A cold snap has come down from the North and created some icy conditions for Broken Arrow residents. Parking lots and residential streets are covered in thick ice. This is not typical for this time of year, the average temperatures for Broken arrow and Wagoner County are mid 50's during the day and mid 30's at night. It is the wind and moisture levels that are creating the low temperatures and icy conditions. Looking forward to March and April where the average temperatures range from highs in the mid-60's to the low 70's and nighttime temps around the mid 50's. Stay warm out there and if you do not need to be on the roads stay at home this week.
  • White River Fish Market has been a Tulsa fixture since 1932. This restaurant and fish market picks up fresh seafood daily from the Tulsa International Airport to provide the best in town. White River's second location is in Broken Arrow at Lynn Lane and Kenosha Avenue. If you have not been to this newer location, you are missing the boat. This 7,200 square foot facility houses both a restaurant and a fresh fish market. Seafood delights can be prepared deep-fried, broiled, or grilled; it's your choice. There are many small appetizers, a wide variety of side dishes, and large portion lunch and dinner platters to choose from. My suggestion is the fish skewer grilled or broiled with blackened seasoning. The deep-fried clams and shrimp would be a close second choice.

    No matter what you order, the seafood here is delicious. Open from 10:30 a.m.to 8:00 p.m. daily and closed on Sundays, this restaurant has something for everyone. If you are in a hurry or just looking for fresh fish to go, you can order from the restaurant or pick up some fresh seafood to take home and prepare yourself. You will have the most exciting fishing story to tell your friends after dining at White River Market.
  • It's that time again for the traditional Rhema Lights extravaganza!!! A Broken Arrow tradition since 1982 this light display boasts over two million lights on display. Welcoming visitors from dusk till 11:30 p.m. this light display is a winner for everyone. This is a family-friendly event and there are concessions available for snacks and hot chocolate. This event is not to be missed and has become a family tradition in our household for years. Feel free to walk around the grounds or for those of us who are more susceptible to the Covid-19 virus you can drive through this display. Be sure to watch out for young children running across the road in excitement as it can be very dark and busy at the road crossings. Check out heir website link provided below for more information.
  • Met with a client this morning at the Apple Barrel Cafe in Broken Arrow located at 101st and Elm in the New Orleans Corridor. It has been a while since I have eaten here and as always it was a great experience. The staff is always so friendly and the food is delicious. I can honestly say that I have never had a bad meal here at the Apple Barrel Cafe. My favorite is the chicken fried steak. Their salads are also wonderful. If you have a large group they can accommodate groups without a reservation. The Cafe is always busy, but there is room for everyone. If you are looking for a hearty home-cooked meal in your home away from home, give the Apple Barrel a try today.
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    This beautiful park is part of the Rose District dedicated to our veterans. It was humbling today to walk through the park with the fountain, flags, and memorials. In honor of Veterans Day tomorrow, it is such a wonderful tribute to our veterans. Thank you for your service to our country! We are free because of the great sacrifice of the veteran and his family. We know freedom does not come free! If you are in Broken Arrow, take the time to visit this beautiful park and honor our veterans.
  • The newly establish and soon to be revitalized New Orleans District in Broken Arrow is the location of Caribbean Sushi. This Asian/Caribbean island influenced restaurant is a great place to try something new. Joyce and I had lunch here last Sunday and finally found an answer to the question... Where can we go locally to try something new to eat? The answer is Caribbean Sushi.

    The chef and staff are super friendly here. The restaurant is clean and comfortable. We chose to sit at the high bar and watch our meals being prepared. The skill and care in meal preparation by the owners are impressive. I tried some really hot ghost peppers that were sliced so thin that they were not overwhelmingly hot, but instead very flavorful. Caribbean Sushi has daily specials and the dining room is open until 8:00 p.m.

    We ordered a California sushi roll and it was excellent. After that, we moved on to ordering poke bowls and each of us tried something different. Joyce had the hot and spicy poke bowl and I ordered the mighty poke bowl which has a little bit of everything in it. The food here was fantastic to the point that I was frustrated that I had never heard of or had never eaten here before. Well, the secret is out and I invite you to try Caribbean Sushi for yourself.
  • Dennis Rudisaile
    RE/MAX Results
    It was a true case of saving the downtown of Broken Arrow, through the vision of great leadership that transformed a once-vacant downtown area into a thriving venue of entertainment called the Rose District. The Rose District includes several blocks of downtown with many new businesses opening recently. It's a place the entire family can enjoy, so check it out and take some time to see for yourself what the Rose District has to offer.

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