A light snow on Tuesday evening added to the magical setting at Martha’s Corner for this quick winter ceremony. Plus, learn more about how you could end 2020 on a high note with a quick winter wedding of your own!
Ben Sumner, who lived in Sapulpa and went to Lone Star, has grown up with a deep and abiding love for vintage Christmas. Now his passion is going to be seen by the world next week as he competes in The Great Christmas Light Fight.
For 21 years Sapulpa’s Green Hill Funeral Home and Cemetery has hosted a community Christmas program called The Living Tree Memorial Service. This year, its 22nd, will be its first year to be virtual.
Severe weather held off just long enough for folks to enjoy the lighting of the Tree of Hope and everything the Lights On! ceremony had to offer.
Some traditional halloween activities, like trick-or-treating and hayrides, are considered high-risk by the CDC. See the full list inside.
The Fourth Annual Rock Creek Festival will feature three local bands, regional wineries and breweries, artist booths and food trucks.
Here’s everything we have on the calendar for the rest of the year (so far).
Comet Neowise will be visible in the northwest night sky after sunset, for the rest of the month of July.
Saturday’s demonstration at Kelly Lane Park was peaceful, and organizers hope it’s the first step to more conversations with city leaders.
Organizers say the demonstration got “too big, too quickly,” as safety became more and more of a concern.