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September 29, 2022

In the Loop

 Beer Festivities All Around!

Scroll along if you ain't into Oklahoma-brewed beer. For the rest of us who are 21+: Come to Downtown Tulsa for a celebration of brewed beverages at the 12th Annual McNellie's Harvest Beer FestivalFor the third year, the festival will be held at ONEOK Field on Saturday, October 1st, from 2-8 PM. They are expecting 60+ breweries this year, with many Oklahoma breweries represented. It will be a unique opportunity to sample new, one-off, and hard-to-find beers! Reserve your spot for the festival today. Designated drivers are welcome without a ticket.

But wait, there's more. It's also time for Eerie Abbey Ales' Oktoberfest on Saturday from noon-11 PM. Check out the taproom, 507 S. Main Street, for live music, stein-hoisting contests, and cornhole and Putterball tournaments. Food trucks will be outside, and if you're lucky, you might get a taste of EAA's infamous music bingo!

No matter where you hang this weekend, enjoy this fall-ish weather Downtown with a delicious beer in hand. 

 Let's CREATE a Little

Or just sit around, eat, and watch other people be creative. You are invited to CREATE Gala at ahha Tulsa, benefitting their mission to keep Tulsa creative through arts education, cultural advocacy, and dynamic arts engagement. On Saturday, October 1st, experience art and creativity in new ways as you move inside and outside the entire four-story Hardesty Center. Expect live music and performances alongside fabulous food and beverages.

The party starts at 6 PM, and they like to party late! Snag your tickets in advance or at the door. Can't wait to see you there!

 Mimosas Make Everything More Fun!

Bounceless, a local sports bra company, will host the Mammograms and Mimosas Brunch and Scholarship Fundraiser on Saturday, October 1st, from 11:30 AM-1 PM at Greenwood Cultural Center. Bounceless is committed to supporting comprehensive breast health through community engagement, outreach, and research. A percentage of all tickets will go toward the gift of a $500 scholarship for a woman pursuing a degree in health, health science, public health, or another health profession.

Come dressed in your best nude-shade brunch outfit to highlight and celebrate all skin tones and experiences. But if pink is your power color, feel free to wear that, as well! Tickets start at $50.

 Downtown Redevelopment Unveiled

This week, Mayor G.T. Bynum participated in a ribbon-cutting ceremony for the new 222 N. Detroit building on the site of the former Spaghetti Warehouse in Downtown Tulsa. The property includes office and commercial space, parking, and 24/7 security. The aesthetics of the development pay homage to the area’s use of materials and detailing, with a facade comprised of brick, steel, and glass to complement the

rugged character of early warehouses. The project also incorporates green space, trees, lighting, benches, pedestrian-friendly sidewalks, and streetscaping consistent with Tulsa’s Downtown Master Plan. Most prominently, the development includes a public plaza and pathway through the middle of the property connecting Guthrie Green and John Hope Franklin Reconciliation Park. If you or someone you know is looking for Downtown office and commercial space, click here for leasing management.

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