Garden to Plate dinners The Reserve @ Grogg’s Green Barn

10105 E 61st St
918.994.4222
groggsgreenbarn.com
facebook.com/groggsgreenbarn

Every Friday and Saturday:

See their website for more dates

​The Reserve at Grogg’s Green Barn will offer a dining experience that will take culinary guests by surprise. By revealing an actual garden-to-table scenario, guests will experience flavors straight from the garden to their Plate. The menu and culinary theme will change often to reflect the seasonality of the garden, making every dinner session unique and coveted. Local meats, fresh garden produce, and a Chef with a vision – what more could you ask for!

Seating is limited. so reserve your spot at the table today!

Swan Brothers Dairy Farm Tours

938 E. 5th Street
Claremore, OK, 74017
918.341.2298
swandairy.com
facebook.com/SwanBrosDairyInc

We are excited to be offering farm tours this summer as we have done in previous years. We are so thankful for the incredible number of people interested in how we operate our dairy farm. As you may know, we are a small family owned and operated farm where everyone has chores and duties to perform. We make sure the cattle receive the best care and our customers receive the highest quality dairy products.

This year to better serve our farm’s needs, we have hired added help in order to keep operations running smoothly and to make sure we can continue sharing our farm with our fans! Reflecting this, farm tours will cost $5 per person, children 5 and under for free. Group pricing is available for groups over 15 people. Deposits are non refundable unless we cancel the tour.

Tours will begin at 1:00 pm.

June: 14, 15, 17, 19, 21, 22, 28, 29
July: 6, 11, 13, 15, 17, 18, 25,  27

We will have more dates for August/September, but those dates will not be released until later in the summer.

To reserve your tour spot, you must pre-pay at the dairy.

We hope you will continue to support your local farmers and ranchers, and we hope to see you at the farm.

 

2017 Farm Table Dinners @ The Living Kitchen

One mile west of the town of Depew, OK,
just south of historic Route 66.

 

 

RESERVATIONS REQUIRED

Living Kitchen Farm Table Dinners are 9-course meals served on the screened-in back porch of a rustic cabin on our farm in Depew, OK, a community experience shared around a common table. Guests are invited to join us for a tour of the farm before dinner, then enjoy a dinner made using ingredients grown or produced on our farm or from other local farms.

 

 

Growing Communities Workshop presented by the ACGA

Growing Communities Workshop presented by the ACGA
OU Tulsa Campus at the Innovation Commons
4502 E 41st St
info@tulsacga.org
918.592.1466

Presented by the ACGA OU Tulsa Campus at the Innovation Commons.

Community organizing, leadership development, grassroots fundraising, communications planning, coalition building, asset based community development, meeting facilitation, developing a board of directors. Brought to you by Global Gardens, Tulsa Food Security Council, Tulsa Community Gardening Association and sponsored by TSET.

$10. Registration will include a light breakfast and lunch both days. Participants will also receive an ACGA membership for one year and the Growing Communities Curriculum.

Only 50 spots available. Advanced registration is required and is on a first-come, first-serve basis. Reserve your seat now online at Eventbrite, search ”ACGA Tulsa.”

Pick & Picnic @ Endicott Farms

211th Street South Between Harvard Ave and Lewis Ave, Liberty, Oklahoma 74047
(918) 344-4582
endicottfarms@yahoo.com

Thursday afternoon/evening berry picking!

Come pick blueberries and bring a blanket and picnic dinner or snacks. Plenty of shade in the evening. Come & enjoy the farm!

$4 per pound (no minimum) volume pricing available.

“Canning is Cool“ workshop, 3 days to choose from

OSU Extension Center
4116 E. 15th
Tulsa, OK 74112
918.746.3706
www.oces.tulsacounty.org

Choose from one of the following class dates:
Thursday, June 1, 10 am-3 pm
Friday, June 2, 2 pm-7 pm
Saturday, June 3, 10 am-3 pm
$30 per person. Pre-registration is required. Class size is limited. Participants experience hot water bath and pressure canning methods.
Participants bring their own common cooking equipment to class. All necessary canning equipment is provided for use during the class.

Linnaeus Teaching Garden 11th Anniversary

http://tulsagardencenter.com/lgc

Tulsa Garden Center
2435 S. Peoria Avenue
Located in the Woodward Park complex due east of the Rose Garden and the Tulsa Garden Center.

 

Come Celebrate with Us! The Linnaeus Teaching Garden is a demonstration/teaching garden in Woodward Park in Tulsa, Oklahoma, staffed by well-trained volunteers who share their knowledge and love of gardening with the public. Free Seminar “Great New Perennials for Tulsa Gardens”. The first 250 attendees will received a 4 1/2” perennial.

4th Annual Fit2Learn Summit

Oklahoma State University
Center for Health Sciences
1111 W. 17th Street
Tulsa, OK
Tulsa Health Department
918.595.4225
tulsa-health.org/fit2learn

Local and national experts for an exciting summit designed to empower attendees with the knowledge and strategies to improve school health and wellness for anyone interested in creating a healthier school environment.

Food on the Move at EduRec

foodonthemoveok.com/
918.346.3788

EduRec
5424 North Madison Ave.

Join us for a pay-as-you-can mobile food event!

The event includes hot meals, fresh produce and music. Partners in health and social services will be providing access to their programs.

The Food On The Move, mobile food initiative, is a collaboration of food and health experts and community partners to mobilize good quality food into hard to reach economically challenged areas, helping combat hunger in Tulsa and Oklahoma in a new way.

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Is Beekeeping for Me? @ Ray Harral Nature Center

Ray Harral Nature Center
7101 S. 3rd Street, Broken Arrow, Oklahoma 74011
918-259-7000 ext. 7440

Have you heard the buzz about June’s Community Classroom?? It’s going to bee really fun! FREE and for ALL AGES!
For May’s Community Classroom we will be having a speaker from the Northeast Oklahoma Beekeeper’s Association presenting on getting your very own beekeeping operation started! We will be learning about the equipment needed for beekeeping and how to manage the necessary gear. This presentation will cover everything from understanding and managing pests, to getting honey right out of the hive. Q&A to follow the demonstration. This event is FREE and for ALL AGES. Please call the Broken Arrow Parks and Recreation Department at 918-259-7000 ext. 7440 to reserve your spot today!

Food on the Move at TCC

foodonthemoveok.com/
918.346.3788

TCC Campus
3727 East Apache Street

Join us for a pay-as-you-can mobile food event!

 

The event includes hot meals, fresh produce and music. Partners in health and social services will be providing access to their programs.

The Food On The Move, mobile food initiative, is a collaboration of food and health experts and community partners to mobilize good quality food into hard to reach economically challenged areas, helping combat hunger in Tulsa and Oklahoma in a new way.

The Vegetarian Society Monthly Potluck

meetup.com/vegetarian-society-of-tulsa

Must become a member to attend.

Come Join Us For our Most Popular type of Meetup! Sample a variety of plant based recipes and mingle with fellow Vegans and Vegetarians. You’ll enjoy getting to know like-minded people and you’ll love the food. Bring a VEGAN or VEGETARIAN dish to share with the group. Remember to bring your own drink and dishes.

We are a group of people who first and foremost do not eat animals. Our reasons for this choice are as individual as our members. Some of us are also vegans, meaning we do not eat or use products that are made from any part of any animal. That includes eggs, dairy and honey as well as anything derived from the processing of animals. Most of all, we are just happy there are others like us in this community. And we’d love to get to know each other.

 

Woolly Gospel Singin’ & Dessert Social

Sheperds Cross Farm
Hwy 66 & then  2.5 miles East on Akin Road
16792 E 450 Rd, Claremore, OK 74017
Dr. Diane Dickinson, President and Executive Director
918.342.5911
sheepfarm@shepherdscross.com
shepherdscross.com

facebook.com/ShepherdsCross

 

Musicians Needed! Bring your musical instrument, your voice, and favorite songs. Pick, sing and play together. Participants that call in advance to register will be given priority. However, we will accept musicians that show up on that day. Music will be located indoors, downstairs in the Tour Barn and Silo. Bring a potluck dessert to share – or share some of ours. Free Admission.

Fiber Fest Weekend Retreat @ Shepherd’s Cross

Sheperds Cross Farm
Hwy 66 & then  2.5 miles East on Akin Road
16792 E 450 Rd, Claremore, OK 74017
Dr. Diane Dickinson, President and Executive Director
918.342.5911
sheepfarm@shepherdscross.com
shepherdscross.com

facebook.com/ShepherdsCross

 

$179 for three days  ($43 reduction compared to taking individual classes). Single Day Retreat is available for $74 per day

  • Learn how to process fiber – we will teach with wool.
    Includes all of our 3 single day workshops, for a discount, in one super fiber weekend.
    Lessons will include washing, dying, wet felting, carding, picking, spindling, spinning, needle felting and weaving.
  • No hidden fees, rental fees or materials fees.
  • Each participant will take home many finished products. We provide materials.
  • Bring a sack lunch each day. We provide snacks and beverages at two break times each day.
    Class minimum of two people. Class max of 20 people.
  • Our classes go a step farther than regular classes – we teach some history of fiber arts, and practical technology.
  • Shepherd’s Cross hosts a mini wool mill, processing the wool from their 150 sheep on site.
    Retreats are augmented by hands on learning tools available in the Educational Farm Museum, and with a collection of fiber arts from around the world.
  • Shepherd’s Cross is the only Animal Welfare Approved sheep farm in Oklahoma and processes the only Animal Welfare Approved fiber sold in the U.S. (that is chemical free, hormone free, free range, natural)

 

Local food scavenger hunt for kids @ Cherry Street Farmers Market

Tulsa Farmers’ Market Administrator, Kris Hutto
918.636.8419

info@tulsafarmersmarket.org
tulsafarmersmarket.org

Celebrate local at Oklahoma’s largest farmers’ market! For Local Food Week the Cherry Street Farmers’ Market will be hosting a local food scavenger hunt for kids and will be raffling off market swag and tokens for the adults! Visit the manager’s booth for details and entry!

 

OSU Extension Nutrition Educators @ Brookside Farmers Market

Brookside Farmers Market
Whole Foods Brookside,
east parking lot 1401 E. 41st St.

OSU Extension Center Community Nutrition Education Program (CNEP)

Tulsa Farmers’ Market Administrator, Kris Hutto – 918.636.8419

info@tulsafarmersmarket.org
tulsafarmersmarket.org

 

Food demonstration “Easy Breezy Spring Salad with Fresh Honey Lemon Vinaigrette”

OSU Extension Center Community Nutrition Education Program (CNEP) educators will be sharing healthy recipes, food samples, and resources for SNAP recipients at the Brookside Farmers Market.

ABOUT SNAP: The Supplemental Nutrition Assistance Program (SNAP) can help stretch your budget and keep your family healthy by providing extra money for groceries each month. SNAP is distributed on the Access Card, which you can use to purchase food at most grocery stores and some farmers’ markets. Visit: http://okfoodbank.org/snap-home/ to learn more.

ABOUT DOUBLE UP FOOD BUCKS: Stretch your food dollars with Double Up Food Bucks. Get more fruits and vegetables when you spend your SNAP Access Card at participating farmers markets. It’s easy with Double Up Food Bucks! For example, if you spend $10, we give you another $10 to buy fresh fruits and veggies grown in Oklahoma.

Thunderbird Berry Farm Sunset PICKnic!

Thunderbird Berry Farm
facebook.com/thunderbirdberryfarm/
32100 E 71st St S, Broken Arrow, Oklahoma 74014

Join us for the 2nd Thunderbird Berry Farm Sunset PICKnic!
32100 E 71st St S, Broken Arrow, OK 74014.

Bring your dinner, your family, and your berry picking shoes for an evening out at our beautiful farm. We will have picnic tables, some “pickin” tunes, fresh produce, and all the berries you can pick.

Message us on Facebook with any questions!

Thunderbird Berry Farm allows customers to experience a glimpse into farm life as they are able to pick their own berries for a reasonable price of $3.00 per pound. Pre-picked berries are $4.50 a pound when available.

Oklavore Photo Challenge @ Cherry Street Farmers’ Market

Tulsa Farmers’ Market Administrator, Kris Hutto
918.636.8419

info@tulsafarmersmarket.org
tulsafarmersmarket.org

All month long the Tulsa Farmers’ Market will hold the Oklavore Photo Challenge! To be entered to win weekly prizes simply shop the market, create a beautiful locally sourced meal and snap a pic using the hashtag #oklavorechallenge2017. Be sure to include who you purchased your ingredients from! For more information visit www.tulsafarmersmarket.org/events.

Sustain-Able Series: Urban Chickens

Salvaged Nuggets
2818 East 15th Street
Tulsa, Oklahoma 74104

Salvaged Nuggets hosts regular sustainable discussions and we like to call it our Sustain-Able Series!

This month we will have a guest speaker (or 2) to discuss what they have learned in their many years of chicken rearing in mid-town Tulsa. We’ll have a short talk on laws, housing, space, wing-clipping, etc. then turn it over for Q&A. Seating is limited. Tickets by Eventbrite.