What to do this weekend: Food Truck Friday, Sapulpa Parks Outdoor Expo, and an Art Show!

School is out, summer is here and Sapulpa is hitting the ground running! Here’s what’s happening this weekend:

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Garage Sale!

Shoulder 2 Shoulder Ministries is having a fundraiser sale in the basement of the Sapulpa Elks Lodge Building (24 S. Poplar) from 8am to 6pm on Friday and Saturday, May 20th and 21st. There are no prices, donations only!

Food Truck Fridays are Back!

Sapulpa Main Street’s first Food Truck Friday event Starts with a Rock the Route Concert featuring Weston Horn and The Hush. Food trucks in Martha’s Corner (corner of Dewey and Water) from 11am – 2pm for lunch and then different trucks in Martha’s Corner from 5pm – 8pm for dinner. Weston Horn and The Hush will play in the parking lot at Hobson and Park from 7pm – 9pm. There will also be a Cruise-in Car Show on Hobson. Cars start arriving around 6 pm.

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Saturday, May 21st

Farmers Market

The Sapulpa Main Street Route 66 Farmers Market is in full swing, with awesome vendors, plants, and baked goodies available until the produce season hits. Happening every Saturday morning from 7:30em to 11 am in the parking lot of the Creek County Courthouse.

2022 Sapulpa Parks Outdoor Expo

This amazing event will feature the Reg Green Memorial Youth Fishing Derby, archery, Dutch Oven Cooking Demonstrations, Fly Tying, and how to start a flint and steel campfire, along with appearances by Sapulpa Animal Shelter and a lot more! 10am to 2pm at Kelly Lane Park.

Sapulpa Artists Guild Art Show

Happening at Martha’s Corner from 9am to 3pm, come check out the awesome collection of paintings and photography and see what might be for sale!

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