The Tulsa Garden Center is counting down to SpringFest at Woodward Park once again!
Join us for this annual fundraising event on Friday and Saturday, April 10-11, 9am-4pm on both days to shop dozens of vendors with a wide variety of items. Utopia Gardens, Steph’s Gardens, CD3 Farm, and the long-standing Linnaeus pass-along tent are a few of those who will be outside selling plants. Alongside them will be others such as All About Metal and Tadpole Creek Creations selling yard art, and F. Highlander Designs and J & B Jewelry selling unique pieces of jewelry. Other artists like JL Concepts and Bill Goree, better known as “The Wood Potter,” will be showcasing their beautiful pieces of woodwork.
Even more vendors will be set up inside of The Mansion like Bird Houses by Mark, Blank Beads, and, new to SpringFest this year, Renrick’s Farm and Gardens! Several of Tulsa Garden Center’s affiliate groups will have informational booths located in the South Room as well, and don’t forget to grab a bite to eat from TW’s AFAB Catering while you’re inside!
After grabbing something to eat, head across the parking lot to visit the returning Carriage House Pub and grab a cold beer from Cabin Boys Brewery, or a decadent wine from Tidal School Wines, and enjoy the atmosphere.
A major highlight to SpringFest this year will be the partnership with our next door neighbor the Tulsa Historical Society. For 2019, SpringFest has expanded to the THS tent pad, where the popular Kid’s Zone will be located, along with various food trucks so you won’t have to walk far to get a bite to eat. The Tulsa Historical Society will also be open and free to the public on Saturday, April 6th, as part of their Free First Saturday series, so take advantage and check out some of Tulsa’s history while you’re here. Other activities will be located inside the Travis Room at THS, such as face painting, balloons, and a story hour. Usborne Books and More will also be present at the Kid’s Zone.
In order to maintain a safe environment for our guests, all customer parking in front of the Tulsa Garden Center Mansion is considered “Preferred Parking” and will have an associated parking fee of $5 per vehicle (Tulsa Garden Center members, Tulsa Historical Society Members and those with visible Disability Parking Placards can park for free!). Free off-site shuttle service will be available as well, SATURDAY ONLY, travelling from the old Helmerich & Payne parking lot at 1579 E 21st St., across from McGill’s, to the front of the Tulsa Garden Center Mansion.
For more information, or if you have any questions, please contact Dylan Axsom, Communications Manager, at firstname.lastname@example.org or by phone at 918-576-5164.