The upcoming holiday means a lot of you will be getting a four-day weekend, and while you’re enjoying it, be sure to check out these great happenings in Sapulpa!
Friday, June 17th
Free Coffee Friday, 7:30 am – 9:30 am. Start your day right at CTX (114 E. Dewey Ave) and get yourself a free drip coffee or a discounted specialty coffee, courtesy of Creek County Law Office.
Food Truck Friday (starts at 11am). Two food trucks will be at Martha’s Corner (corner of Dewey and Water) for lunch, and two different food trucks will be there at dinner time (around 5pm) to kick off Rock The Route (see below for more details).
Rock The Route Concert and Cruise In Car Show, featuring Charlie Redd and Luna Voodoo. Starting at 7pm, this live concert will bring the crowds! Bring your lawn chairs to the parking lot at Hobson and Park Street and enjoy the food, games and live music! Some of our retailers will be staying open late for this event, so support them and shop local! More information here. If you have a classic car or hotrod you’d like to bring to the Cruise In Car Show, bring it down for free!
Saturday, June 18th
Are you the kind of person that gets up early in the summer to beat the heat? You’re going to want to check out the Sapulpa Main Street Route 66 Farmers Market. Opening at 7:30 am and going until at least 11:00 am, this farmers market has not only the best in local produce and baked goods, but they regularly have special happenings, like the Book and Snack Mobile, which will be here the second Saturday in July!
Go out and see some of the most beautiful yards and flowers in the area on the Creek County Master Garden Tour. Running from 7:30 am to 1:00 pm, this tour will inspire you and you’ll get to learn garden techniques and gain ideas for your landscape! Tickets are $5.00 in advance or $6.00 the day of the tour.
Sunday, June 19th
Sunday serves a dual purpose this year, as it’s both Father’s Day and Juneteenth, a new holiday now federally recognized as of last year. This means Sapulpa City offices, county offices, banks and the like will be closed on Monday in observance of Juneteenth. Go out and grill something with your dad, and we’ll see you next week!