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What to do this weekend in Sapulpa (November 20-22)

By Micah Choquette / November 20, 2015

Turkey Day is coming, but it’s not here, yet! Here’s your chance to get something done before we launch into the busyness of the holidays. Friday We could literally find nothing going on today in Sapulpa or nearby, so we’re going to do something we don’t normally do and invite you to check out a couple of…

What to do this weekend in Sapulpa (Nov 13-15 and BONUS!)

By Micah Choquette / November 13, 2015

What do flowers, pottery, and animals have in common? Very little, as it turns out. Today though, they’re a part of what’s going on this weekend at Sapulpa! One of our longest-running local businesses is celebrating 50 years this weekend, and just down the highway we have a really cool fundraiser going on. Check it out below!…

What to do this weekend in Sapulpa (Nov 6-8)

By Micah Choquette / November 6, 2015

Sure, it’s the first weekend of November, but we’re already getting in the holiday spirit! Rather than wallow through the masses of Black Friday, why not keep your Christmas Shopping local and support a few of these events this weekend? See the calendar If you haven’t seen it yet, be sure to check out the live…

What to do this weekend in Sapulpa (Oct 16-18th)

By Micah Choquette / October 16, 2015

We’ve got a couple of big benefits going on this weekend, and some really stuff just down the highway! Get out and about to learn new things, or go to support a good cause, or to buy some fancy vintage-chic knick knack you didn’t need but hey, it’s on sale, so… Friday Open Paint with…

What to do this weekend in Sapulpa (Oct 9-11 and BONUS!)

By Micah Choquette / October 9, 2015

It appears that the word for the weekend is FOOD. Nearly every event we have is some fundraiser or fall special for food. You think you ate a lot when you went to the Tulsa State Fair? Yeah, right. Speaking of food, we’ve got a brand new event that will have you tapping the brakes for lunch on…

Chieftains, Sandites Rivalry goes back 89 years

By Micah Choquette / October 8, 2015

On Friday, Sapulpa and Sand Springs will line up across from each other for their 89th meeting on the football field. According to Sand Springs Leader records, Sapulpa holds a 45-38-5 overall record since 1922. Here are some highlights: 1922: Sapulpa wins first meeting 36-0. 1935: The teams tied 0-0. 1936-38: SS won all 3…

Mounds Car Show Happening on Saturday, “Rain or Shine”

By Micah Choquette / October 1, 2015

[foogallery id=”353″] Old car and motorcycle fans get a double whammy on Saturday. While an informal show takes place at the developing Route 66 Museum at the “Old Armory” along the Route in Sapulpa, just south on Alternate Highway 75 is the 12th Annual Mounds Car, Truck and Bike Show. Main Street in Mounds will…

Getting the word out on Tulsa Boys Home

By Don Diehl / August 7, 2015

Tulsa Boys Home is just north of Sapulpa and Creek County, within the city limits of Sand Springs, actually. Most area people have seen the signs and a few know of its success in helping boys with troubles. Still, for the most part TBH seems a well-kept secret. An awareness campaign and programs like that…

Fishing Report for August 5, 2015

By Don Diehl / August 7, 2015

All fishing slow at Heyburn, Sahoma and Pretty Water. All three slightly above normal level. Water temps 85-91. Chandler: Elevation normal, water 90 and murky. Channel catfish fair on worms, punch bait and minnows around docks and shorelines. Largemouth bass slow on plastic baits and spinnerbaits along coves and weed beds. Report submitted by Gary Emmons,…

Celebrating the 4th in Sapulpa and Surrounding Communities

By Micah Choquette / July 3, 2015

CROSS POINTE CHURCH (on the hill between Hwys. 66 and 97 overlooking Sapulpa) Will kind of get it all going tonight with its “spectacular” fireworks show known as “Fire On The Mountain.” The gates opened at 6 with a host of pre-fireworks family fun events. Here’s others:

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