October 9

October 9, 2022


Sixth Annual Tulsa Native American Day On Oct. 10

City of Tulsa

Tulsa’s Sixth Annual Native American Day will be held Oct. 10, starting at 9 a.m. at Dream Keepers Park, 1875 S. Boulder Park Drive.

  • Brought to you by: Sponsored by the Greater Tulsa Area Indian Affairs Commission, Native American Day this year promotes the theme, “Our Journey Continues.” This is a celebration on the second Monday of October each year.
  • 30,000: The number of estimated Native Americans who call Tulsa home. This event is to recognize the history and culture of the Native American community and their contribution to Tulsa.

You can find more details on the event HERE.


PartnerTulsa Celebrates $275M In New Investments For First Year


Earlier this month, PartnerTulsa released its inaugural annual report – a report that reflects the shared accomplishments the organization and the City of Tulsa were able to achieve under the organization’s first year of operation.

  • Big splash: PartnerTulsa's mission is to increase economic opportunity leading to one of the most notable accomplishments highlighted in the report includes the celebration of $275M in new investments made in Tulsa during the organization’s first year of operation.
  • The breakdown: Other outputs included $1.6M in workforce development, 958 jobs, and 545 housing units being being built.

Read more about their big year of success HERE.


Tulsa State Fair And 11 Days of Awesome

Tulsa State Fair

The Tulsa State Fair in underway with a full 11 days of "awesomeness".

  • Rich history: Founded in 1903 with the goal of providing an educational and entertaining experience to the community, the Tulsa State Fair is one of the premier fairs int he country.
  • Plan your trip: From Sept. 29 - Oct. 9, the Tulsa State Fair will have a variety of attractions and events for the entire family including Disney on Ice, concerts, rides, and creative DIY workshops.

Read more about the event and plan your trip HERE.

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