The Owen Park Neighborhood Association has graciously invited Brady Heights and Crosbie Heights to join them at their Holiday Party! The party will be held this Monday, December 1st, at the newly opened Owen Park Recreation Center, and starts at 6:30 pm.
Punch and party trays will be provided by OPNA and there will also be a potluck– so bring your favorite dish to share!
Do you have an extra item that you couldn’t sell it in your garage sale? Something you can’t even give away? Wrap it up and bring it for the white elephant gift exchange! Entertainment will be provided by the Roosevelt Elementary Children’s Choir.
Hope to see you all there!
From Jeremy Brennan:
This Saturday will be a community garden work day beginning @ 9am. We will be removing the remaining sod and cleaning bermuda out of beds, We will be adding other jobs throughout the week so there should be plenty to do. I have requested a load of mulch from green waste. Hopefully we can get it before the weather turns much colder.
Good news, we have a coa from the historic preservation commission for the fence that is to surround the garden.
Also, working w/ a local builder on donating time to construct the pergola. No promises on when it will be in but the project is being worked on.
Bring your tools and come out for a good time of “gardening” with your neighbors.
Every week, Mayor Kathy Taylor sends out an email newsletter called Tulsa ENews. While scouring the ENews archives, Margee Aycock found a write up (and a tiny, albeit lovely, photo) of The Tulsa Spirit Monument dedication ceremony in the October 27th edition! As Margee said in her email… we rock!
To sign up for Tulsa E-News, submit your contact information here.
The Homebuilders Association of Greater Tulsa is hosting a green building seminar, Greening the 918 this Thursday, November 13th, from 5:30 to 7:30 pm. The Home Builders Association is located at 11545 East 43rd Street.
Greening the 918 is an interactive series of seminars designed to inspire organizations and individuals to take action and to lead the city to be one of the greenest cities in the nation. Each seminar will have a panel of experts and be moderated and graphically facilitated by Sean Griffin. The community will discuss what action steps Tulsa must take to overcome the challenges to become one of the greenest cities in the nation.
Panel members will include: Rich Bass, Coo of the Mill Creek Companies; Joel Kinsch, owner of Elite Services; Brandon Perkins, owner of Brandon Perkins Development; Shelby Navarro, owner of One Architecture; and Paul Enix, City of Tulsa Senior.
Presented by BeGreen Tulsa, Sustainable Tulsa and the Home Builders Association of Greater Tulsa
For more information call 918-808-6676 or email firstname.lastname@example.org or email@example.com
No matter your political persuasion, I hope everyone had a great election day!
Mt. Zion Baptist Church was the place to be this morning! Chris and I went to the polls at 8am, hoping to beat the rush, and already there was a wait time of an hour and 45 minutes! It was wonderful to see such a great turnout, and we enjoyed visiting with our neighbors as we shuffled through the line that weaved around the church gym.
Hopefully this vote will inspire us all to become more active in future political causes in our community!