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Cats, Bears, Wolves, Lemurs…oh, my! (Safari’s in Broken Arrow)

I stopped by Safari’s in Broken Arrow, OK (MAP) today, and had a great time. The animals were hanging out in the shade (of course), but most were still visible. You may have read that the wildlife refuge is going through a period of transition right now, so Lori and the staff need Broken Arrow’s […]

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This Weekend in Broken Arrow!

It’s a familiar conversation. “What do you want to do this weekend?” “I dunno, what do you want to do?” “Whatever you want to do.” Sigh. Broken Arrow is the place to be this weekend! Persimmon Hollow Village is open from 10am-5pm on Friday and Saturday and 1pm-5pm on Sunday. (MAP). Market on Main, Farmers […]

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Main Street Broken Arrow (Updated)

Here are some random photos of landmark’s you’re likely to see the next time you wander Broken Arrow’s Main Street. Centennial Clock in front of the Market on Main and next to the Broken Arrow Historical Society Museum. (Also see DTBA’s post, Market on Main, Farmers Market in Broken Arrow) Broken Arrow’s beautifully designed Performing […]

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Broken Arrow starts Celebrating Independence Day this Weekend!

It’s a familiar conversation. “What do you want to do this weekend?” “I dunno, what do you want to do?” “Whatever you want to do.” Sigh. Broken Arrow is the place to be this weekend! Rockets Over Rhema (MAP) is on the Rhema Bible Church Campus on Sunday, July 1st, beginning at 6pm. See RocketsOverRhema.com […]

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Rhema Park

I spent the afternoon at Rhema Park (MAP), part of the Rhema Campus , in Broken Arrow, OK.  The campus hosts Rhema Bible Church, and Rhema Bible Training Center, and is generally known in Green Country for events like an incredible Christmas light display from about Thanksgiving to around the New Year every year, as well […]

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Thunderbird Berry Farm in Broken Arrow

Blueberries, anyone? I visited Thuderbird Berry Farm (MAP) this morning, and picked a few hands-full. Yum! The blueberries are ready for picking ($3.00/lb, or on the thirds), as are some of the blackberries. There’s also honey, and there will be a few grapes later. To get there, head East on Kenosha (71st Street), and keep […]

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Broken Arrow Remembers the Fallen

Amidst all of the recreational activities that have become Memorial Day traditions as we (un)officially welcome summertime, the people of Broken Arrow have not lost sight of what this day of remembrance is all about. The veterans of VFW Post 10887 have decorated Veterans Park (MAP). for Memorial Day. We have the history of the […]

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Did you know Broken Arrow has a Time Capsule?

The Pioneer Family in Main Street Broken Arrow’s Centennial Park (MAP) has become one of the city’s famous icons. Commissioned by Broken Arrow, the sculpture is by David Nunneley (read his story, HERE), and is truly gorgeous. If the sculpture art looks familiar, it’s because Nenneley’s work is also featured in Broken Arrow’s Veterans Park. […]

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Women’s War Memorial in Veterans Park

Note:  For more photos of this park, see Broken Arrow Remembers the Fallen, and Main Street Broken Arrow. (The following is updated and reposted from an article I originally distributed in 2008 on publications which are no longer active.) Ralph and Jene are my parents, and I’m very proud of them. On December 7, 2007 […]

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So Ugly, They’re Cute

So, I thought I would kick this feature area off officially with a little cuteness.  This goose family is camped out in the retention ponds on the West side of Reasor’s (map) on Kenosha in Broken Arrow.  There are six little fuzzy goslings in total, and their parents are teaching them to forage and drink. […]

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