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

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!


Neal and Jean’s Flowers will be celebrating our 50 years in business, along with their Fall and Christmas Open House on Friday and Saturday from 10am to 5pm. They are promising lots of new merchandise, discounts, door prizes and goodies to celebrate this special occasion. Stop by and say hi!


Would you like to learn how to make hand-coiled pottery? Little Bit of Country has invited Crystal Hanna, Cherokee Potter and Award-Winning Sapulpa artist to teach a class at the store on Saturday, from 11am-2pm. Cost to attend is $25/Person. This includes enough materials to make 2 small to medium sized pieces and firing. You can have your pieces glazed for a small additional fee. Space is limited to eight (8) people, so call TODAY if you want a spot. Number is (918) 224-6169.

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Low cost vaccination clinic at Westlake Ace Hardware from 10:00am – 3:00pm. Everyone is welcome. 715 W. Taft Ave. Vaccinate those furries to prevent the spread of disease.


There will be a fundraiser for the Kellyville Public Library, on Nov.14th 2015, from 11:00am to 3:00pm. Oklahoma Star Cars will be bringing out some remakes of some of your favorite cars from movies and television. They are asking for donations, either monetary or book and DVD movie donations will be accepted!


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Sapulpa Equine Hospital/Advanced Care Veterinary Hospital have kicked off their “Toys for a Cause” for the holiday season. Starting on November 16th and running through December 31st, you can bring in new toys to their location at 12226 Heywood Hill Road in Sapulpa. For every toy donated, $5 will be credited to the donor’s invoice at the hospital.

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Micah Choquette

Micah Choquette

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