What To Do This Weekend in Sapulpa for June 6th – 8th

Happy Wednesday, folks! It’s been a mixture of sunshine and blue skies and stormy weather this week, but things are looking up for the events we have coming up this weekend! Here’s a look at what’s on the American Heritage Bank Community Calendar for the next few days:

Find the Book and Snack Mobile!

The Book and Snack Mobile is out and about for the summer, making the rounds to all the local parks throughout the week to provide children with a sack lunch, games, and a chance to check out a book! Usually visit two parks a day on Monday through Thursdays each week, the Book and Snack Mobile is a great FREE way to get the kids out of the house for a bit and enjoy some time outside before it gets too hot! Find out where the bus will be by following them on Facebook!

Thursday, June 6th

Sapulpa Main Street Route 66 Farmers Market

The Sapulpa Main Street Route 66 Farmers Market is back in full swing! After being canceled last week due to the weather, the Farmers Market looks to have a great day tomorrow full of local vendors, plants, and maybe some produce, now that we’re getting into summertime. The Farmers Market moved this year from being at the Creek County Courthouse on Saturdays to Herald Square on Thursdays from 4pm to 7:30pm, making it a great place to stop off after work!


Friday, June 7th

Happy Birthday to Emmett Wise!

Friday at 11:30am, be sure to head over to Martha’s Corner to say a very special “happy birthday” to our good friend Emmett Wise, who turns 70 this year! Known for years as “the waving guy,” Emmett has become a local legend with his friendly demeanor and smiles for everyone. Come by on Friday and say hello! Martha’s Corner is located at the corner of Dewey and Water Street.

BOGO Donuts at Sugar Llama’s for Nat’l Donut Day!

Friday is also National Donut Day, and in celebration, Sugar Llama’s is doing a buy-one-get-one deal on any 6-count of their amazing gourmet donuts. Choose from any of their hundreds of combinations of flavors, and get a free 6-count for every one you buy!

Saturday, June 8th

My Story Our Table, featuring Shelby Lowe

Meet Shelby. She is a testament to the Marine spirit. Born and raised in Sapulpa, she embarked on her military journey shortly after graduating high school. During her service, she bravely served in Afghanistan. Today, while she still upholds the values of a Marine, she is a devoted wife and the proud mother of three boys. Shelby will be sharing her story “The Spirit of a Marine.”

My Story, Our Table is a women’s community networking group designed to encourage one another as we share our stories. Every meeting (The 2nd Saturday of each month) includes a yummy brunch, socializing, a speaker and discussion time. If you are looking for a place to become connected, this is it!

Feel free to bring any resource, ministry or business information you may want to share with the group.

Buy your tickets for this event here.

Cornhole Tournament for Japanese Martial Arts Academy

Sapulpa’s Japanese Martial Arts Academy is having its first-ever cornhole tournament to raise money for its competition team! Taking place on Saturday, June 8th at Herald Square (16 S Park), this tournament is completely open to the public and will include prizes for first through third place! Bring the whole family and enjoy an afternoon of friendly competition. The tournament starts at noon. Sign up your team by calling Jerry Cichon at 918-697-3235.

Rock Creek Music Festival featuring King Cabbage Brass Band

The Eighth Annual Rock Creek Music Festival will feature King Cabbage Brass Band, artist booths, food trucks, and more from 5 to 9 p.m.

This family-friendly event is brought to you by Sapulpa Arts & Humanities Foundation and Sapulpa Parks and Recreation at Kelly Lane Park. Sponsors include American Heritage Bank, See Sapulpa, and Carletti Dentistry and Associates.

“We hope to have a great turnout for this energetic band,” said Sheri Ishmael Waldrop, director of Sapulpa Arts. “The weather is warming up, hopefully the rain will go away for the weekend, and it is the perfect opportunity to bring the family out for a day of music and fun. This event offers something for everyone in the family.”

Want to see more of what’s happening this month? Be sure to check out the Community Calendar, where you can submit your own event for free!

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