Akdar Shrine Center in Northeast Oklahoma currently has over 2,000 members. We transport over 1,000 children to our surrounding Shrine Hospitals. Shriners have a great deal of fun participating in parades in many towns around and in Tulsa, as well as other community events. If you would like to become an Akdar Shriner and enjoy great fellowship give us a call.
If you have any questions, please call our Shrine Center at 918-836-2500. We are located at 2808 South Sheridan Road in Tulsa, Oklahoma.
Shriners . . . Having fun, helping children!
Andy B's Bowl Social is a fun packed, family friendly place to come out and have a good time. Dine, play, bowl, let loose and live it up. With traditional and luxury bowling, laser tag, indoor go-karts and redemption arcade, Andy B's is the go-to spot for entertainment and events.
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Since 2003, Duck Creek Casino has offered its community service area a modern gaming facility for high-end electronic gaming located just minutes south of Tulsa and immediately adjoining U.S. highway 75.
Duck Creek Casino provides a positive economic impact for the communities we serve, as well as the surrounding towns. Proceeds for the gaming operations help to provide essential services such as: health care, education, housing and elderly services to members of the Muscogee (Creek) Nation.
WHOM TO CONTACT
Phone: (918) 369-9494
Tulsa, OK 74137
Sapulpa Community Theatre, Inc. had its humble beginnings back in 1978 when a small group of actors, lead by John B. Clark and Wanda Lovelace, banded together as the Sapulpa Community Players. The principal goal was to produce shows as a fund-raising vehicle for local charities.
In the latter part of 1988, a non-profit 501 (c)3 corporation was formed and became Sapulpa Community Theatre, Inc.
Having high hopes – but only $500 in cash – the new corporation set its sights on the old Church of Christ, Scientist building at 124 S. Water Street. In June 1989, a group of six people backed a note to purchase the building for $27,000.
Due to the overwhelming support of businesses and foundation grants, renovations were made which totaled $20,000. In August 1991, the final payment on the original building note was made.
Since then, a storage facility has been built and maintenance continues to preserve the theatre building.
Our Theatre remains open by generous donations by our Patrons and through ticket sales. If you would like to share a tax deductible Donation, please visit our contact page and let us know.