Category Archives: Things to see and do in Tulsa

Nothing Bundt Cakes

If you have already signed up you probably got it in your e-mail. If you haven’t signed up yet,  join Nothing Bundt Cakes E-Club to receive exclusive offers, new flavor announcements and a free bundtlet on your birthday. These are … Continue reading

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Finally! The Desmond Doss Story

The true story of US Army medic Pfc. Desmond T. Doss who was awarded the Medal of Honor by President Harry S. Truman despite refusing to bear arms during WWII on religious grounds. Doss was drafted and ostracized by fellow … Continue reading

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Heirloom Seed Library in Oklahoma?

You can  actually  check out purple carrots, freckled lettuces and a rainbow of heirloom tomatoes at the  Tulsa City-County Library  where Tulsans can share home-saved garden seeds. The seed library  is a  public, circulating collection of open-pollinated and heirloom seeds. … Continue reading

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Want a tree to plant in your yard…for free?

Plant a tree in your yard  Up With Trees will be giving away tree seedlings at EcoFest  Saturday March 26 from 9 a.m. to 3 p.m. Tulsa Community College Northeast Campus 3727 E. Apache St. Tulsa, OK Come get your … Continue reading

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Aldi Carries Gluten Free & Organic Foods

“I was an Aldi’s skeptic, too, but  we have been shopping at Aldi a lot lately and found the organic line to be amazing and the price savings are wonderful!    I LOVE Aldi.” (This comes from someone who claims … Continue reading

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Taco Bueno has been having GREAT specials…..Are you getting notified like the rest of us?

Taco Bueno has had a special every day since last week. However, you have to ask specifically for it.And the way you know to ask is by getting an e-mail from Taco Bueno: Want to make sure you get the … Continue reading

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Is Your Grandma Hungry and You Don’t Know It? Senior/Elder Hunger ~ The Hidden Epidemic in America.

Elder Hunger Awareness Month Proclamation signed by Governor Mary Fallin  for June 2015. Oklahoma ranks #8, in the nation, for senior hunger! 1/3 of Seniors in Oklahoma City are hungry on a daily basis, yet hunger in Oklahoma is higher … Continue reading

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