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Tulsa, Oklahoma is a vibrant city that has been named one of the most livable cities in the United States. Tulsa offers a low cost of living, excellent healthcare, and a variety of outdoor activities, including hiking, biking, and fishing.

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  • Jared Brown
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    Don't miss Oktoberfest 2022 in Tulsa! Happening October 20th-23rd, Oktoberfest has activities and fun for the whole family. Hours are Thursday, 5:00 to 11:00 p,m, Friday and Saturday
    11:00 a.m. to 1:00 a.m., and Sunday 11:00 a.m. to 6:00 p.m. With carnival-style rides, an authentic German breakfast on Sunday, lots of live music performances, shops, food trucks, and unique dining experiences, you won't want to miss this event. Friday, from 11:00 a.m. to 4:00 p.m., admission is free, so make sure to bring the whole family. There are even special events just for kids! So grab your Lederhosen and join in the fun October 20th-23rd in Downtown Tulsa. Check out the link for event info and details!
  • Pamela Nichols
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    I love Tulsa so very much! I'm not a native Tulsan but it only took one visit for me to make it my home! My family and I moved here some 32 years ago now! I love discovering new places and things to do here. One of my favorites is the Downtown Deco District in Tulsa! The buildings are full of history and outstanding architecture! It's a must-see when visiting this area! The Majestic building has art all over it, if you click on the QR code while standing across the street it will become 3D! It's immersive, fun, and unique!
  • Kelly Hayne
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    This is the best park ever! If you are in the Tulsa area you have to stop and experience the Gathering Place. The park continues to grow with new things added. But what a monumental feat for the Tulsa area. Businesses, private donors, and the city came together to create one of the most unique destinations in the US. It is worth your visit.
  • Fair Meadows at Expo Square is again having nightly horse racing at the fairgrounds. This newly updated, family-friendly facility, has a little of something for everyone. Upgrades include a new playground for the kids, air-conditioned indoor seating, snack and beverage bars, a new paddock horse viewing area, and multiple gaming machines to place your wagers. This facility is free to the public and a great place to spend a summer evening out. Racing starts at 6:00 p.m. Friday through Tuesdays. Check the website for more information. This is your call to the starting gates for summer fun.
  • The Tulsa Wheelman Club is a local nonprofit organization that is here to promote cycling in our area. On July 7th, 2021 they are hosting the Osage Grand Prix Road Race. There are many different classes of racers and the goal is to have seasoned veteran racers introduce new cyclists to road racing. Formed in 1979, The Tulsa Wheelman Club has been voted the number one club in America by USA Cycling. If you are interested in learning about cycling, road racing, or just want to explore a new sport, I encourage you to check out the Tulsa Wheelman Club today.
  • Cinco De Mayo celebrations are going on today and are free to the public. The festival is located downtown in the Blue Dome District. East 2nd Street is blocked off between South Detroit and South Elgin Avenues to through traffic and will stay that way until the event clears out sometime Wednesday night. Entertainment, food trucks, libations, and a fun zone for the kids. Get out tonight and check it out.
  • There are so many fun activities for the kids in the Tulsa Metro area this spring break. Here are a few camps, day camps, and family-friendly places to go. Soccer City, LaFortune Park, and The Discovery Labs are all offering day camps with different themes. If an afternoon outdoors is more of your jam, The Tulsa Zoo, and The Gathering Place are both great ways to spend an afternoon off. The Philbrook Museum offers no admission charges for kids and offers plenty of hands-on activities to keep kids busy. The Tulsa Zoo offers a Virtual Career Camp for kids of all ages. Each day of camp includes a one-hour live program that focuses on a new zoo career each day. Kids will have behind-the-scenes access, tours, interviews, animal encounters, and so much more - right from the comfort of your own home. They also offer Story Time at the Zoo every Wednesday at 10:00 a.m. in a new spot each week (most of the time in the Elephant encounter!). The Oklahoma Aquarium hosts family trivia night via zoom every Thursday evening. Register via their website to join the fun!
  • The Gathering Place in Tulsa has many things for the entire family to see and do. From slides, pods, flowers, and butterflies to just seeing the Tulsa skyline at night, The Gathering Place is the place to be. They have food trucks, so you can buy your lunch and choose a beautiful spot for a picnic.
  • If roadside attractions are your thing, you will love the Cave House! Nestled along historic Route 66 is a home built in 1924 as a chicken restaurant turned prohibition hideout. Here you are sure to receive weird information, see the unique architecture, have a family adventure, and an afternoon history lesson.
  • One of Tulsa's most unique stops the Center of the Universe is a concrete circle known for its acoustic phenomenon It's not much to look at but looking isn't really the point. Now you can take an app lead scavenger hunt through downtown shopping at local gems and landmarks. To start your adventure download the "Let's Roam" app.
  • There are two days left to go visit Oklahoma's largest home and garden products trade show which has more than 300 exhibitors. The 2021 Home & Garden Show kicked off on March 11th and will end on the 14th. If you are unable to see it all on your first day save your ticket for free entrance. This is a great way to get all of your home improvement ideas and goal in one stop!
  • Tulsa's newest park offers impressive attractions and world-class programming for all ages without memberships or hefty entry fees. The Gathering Place; Tulsa's Riverfront Park was a dream that came to reality to offer enjoyment to all in our community. The wish is for all Tulsans to enjoy this space. A park that will continue to inspire imagination. "A park-like none other." There are also several restaurants for a quick snack, drink, or a sweet treat.
  • When you have a craving for Mexican food, try Senor Tequila in west Tulsa. Just east of Sheridan on 71st Street, this cantina is a bargain with the amount of food you get. Wow! With a full bar and patio, this is the setting for a great family evening or a party. Stop in and see what all the excitement is about.
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    Nestled in Tulsa's concrete jungle downtown, numerous murals have become one of Tulsa's best-kept secrets. You just can't help noticing the artistic ability, stunning colors, and the messages within the art. Each of these murals makes our downtown fantastic! They add pizazz to building walls and streets that would otherwise go unnoticed by both locals and tourists. Without a doubt, the muralists have made inroads in creating a strong, community connection to events and historical aspects through the use of public art. So, if you are ever wondering what to do in Tulsa, think about doing an art crawl. With these murals, you just won't be disappointed!
  • The Tulsa Remote Program has been offering people $10,000.00 upfront to move to Tulsa and work remotely, but now the plan is offering $10,000.00 to buy a home! As of January 2021, the average home price was $188,000.00; with the 10k down program, you could buy a home with more than 5% down. The goal is to bring more visibility to the community and bring more buyers to the economy. The program offers $500.00 in travel reimbursement with a $150.00 Airbnb coupon for those coming to get acquainted with the community.
  • After an unseasonable and record-setting cold spell, the big thaw is happening today. Water is everywhere as the snow quickly melts away. Warmer temperatures and clear skies are favorable to direct sunlight appearing to melt away the snow.
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    Riverview stretches along the east bank of the Arkansas River, just west of Downtown. Uptown is the region just to the south of Downtown. The SoBo (South Boston) bar district in this area at 18th and South Boston is quite popular. The Ambassador Hotel, now listed on the National Register of Historic Places listings in Tulsa County, Oklahoma, was built in 1929 to provide temporary housing for businessmen and now functions as a boutique hotel. The building is at the corner of Main and 14th Street. The Tulsa Preservation Commission identified this location as "...the Southeast Business Area of the Riverview section of Tulsa.
  • The PGA of America selects Southern Hills Country Club in Tulsa to host the 2022 PGA Championship from May 16-22. Excited to return to SHCC for the fifth time. Many PGA Championships and matches have been held at Southern Hills Country Club. It is the premier private golf course in Tulsa. Tulsa residents will have a rare opportunity to enter and watch this prestigious event. The PGA Championship was last at Southern Hills in 2007. These events are televised worldwide and puts the Tulsa area in front of millions of viewers. Way to go Tulsa!!!
  • The 2021 Sundance Film Festival will be hosted by the members of the Historic Circle Cinema right here in Tulsa, Oklahoma. The film festival will be held virtually this year. This event will be hosted from January 28th through February 2nd. Tickets are limited so reserve yours today.
  • Gina Alvis Watts
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    The Tulsa Zoo is a magical place for all ages. They have really conformed to the CDC recommendations to help stop the spread of Covid. You have to go online to purchase your tickets and reserve the time you will be going, and they stagger the times to help maintain social distancing. The zoo also requires masks be worn when you are inside a building, and they have hand-washing stations throughout the park.

    The zoo itself has unique habitats for the animals with room to spread out. You will enjoy the Rainforest and Reptile Houses along with the lions, tigers, and bears...oh my!
  • I recently was invited to play a round of golf with my friend David at LaFortune Golf Course. Here we have a par three golf course that is lighted in the evenings so players can enjoy the cooler evenings. A par three is challenging because it really puts your short game to the test and allows for faster play. Under the lights, the 110-yard drive off the tee visually looks like 150+ yards. The shadows and lighting create a challenge to your depth perception and ability to stay on course. For beginning golfers or those of us who love the game, but may only play a few times a year, this creates a competitive environment and hones in the yardage. Check out golf under the lights at LaFortune Park Golf Course.
  • Dennis Rudisaile
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    The Gathering Place in Tulsa is the newest park built on 100 acres and is definitely a must-see when you want to get out and explore what Tulsa has to offer its residents and visitors! I really enjoyed my visit on an early fall day back before we ever heard of Covid 19. It really is a great place to visit!

    Great for all ages, but an amazing park for kids! What an absolutely beautiful public park located alongside Riverside Drive. The Gathering Place offers visitors a first-class playground, incredible gardens, separate bike and pedestrian trails, boat, electric scooters and bike rentals, fabulous restaurants, outdoor concerts, as well as many social events. So if you want a great way to enjoy the outdoors, you've got to check it out!
  • Dennis Rudisaile
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    The Tulsa Botanic Garden is eight miles northwest of Tulsa. What a great place to bring the family and enjoy the 170-acre display of trees, annuals, perennials, shrubs, ponds, sculptures, and more. It a great place to see how well various plants thrive in the always-changing Oklahoma climate. Put on your walking shoes, bring your camera, and be sure to bring a refreshing beverage to help keep you hydrated. With so many varieties of plants in bloom, the gardeners deserve kudos for keeping the gardens so well maintained, a real labor of love for sure!

    Since I wanted to make sure that I could get admission, I checked the website and found that the garden reopened to the public on June 1. Admission will be limited, and advance tickets will be required. No walk-in admission will be allowed. That was good to know! The physical address of Tulsa Botanic Garden is 3900 Tulsa Botanic Drive, Tulsa, OK 74127.
  • Dennis Rudisaile
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    If you're new to Tulsa or just visiting, be sure to visit the Swan Lake neighborhood and see one of Tulsa's hidden treasures. Tucked away in the midtown area, Swan Lake is a historic district in Tulsa and borders 15th Street to the north, Utica Street to the east, 21st Street to the south, and Peoria Avenue to the west. The Historic District, developed in the early 20th century as a middle-class residential area, features some very well preserved single-family homes, a few duplexes and apartment buildings.

    Early on in Tulsa's development, it was the site of an amusement park, but as progress rolled forward it has now become notable for the number and architectural variety of houses and apartment buildings constructed in the 1920s and 1930s. In 2011, the American Planning Association named Swan Lake as a Top Ten Great Neighborhood.
    In the midst of all the busy lifestyle of the city, it's a wonderful place to relax and unwind! Check it out sometime, you'll be glad you did!
  • Tulsa County Parks has two great golf courses to play this summer. Page Belcher and Mohawk Park. Page Belcher Golf Course is a 36-hole facility with an all-grass practice range, great practice areas including a putting green and short-game area. You can also schedule some lessons from the Tulsa Golf School located at Page Belcher Park. Page Belcher Golf Course has been in play since 1977. Mohawk Park Golf Course is set in North Tulsa in the beautiful and natural Mohawk Park. Located next to the zoo and nature center, it's history dates back to the 1920's. Either way, you cannot go wrong. So get out and play some golf today.

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