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Tulsa, OK 74107
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Atlas Fence Industries, LLC
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Things To Do in Tulsa, OK

Cain's Ballroom Cain's Ballroom

Cain's Ballroom is worth checking out if you're a Western music fan. What's particularly fascinating about this venue is that it was once the home of Bob Wills and The Texas Playboys from 1935 to 1942. During this period, Cain's Ballroom played a pivotal role in popularizing a new genre of music called Western swing. This unique style of country and western music combined elements of jazz, hillbilly, boogie, blues, big band swing, rhumba, mariachi, and jitterbug to create something extraordinary. Bob Wills played weekly dances, hosted a midnight radio show, and even had a daily noon-hour program at Cain's Ballroom during his heyday. So, to experience some vibrant musical history, check out Cain's Ballroom. You won't be disappointed.

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Will Rogers Memorial Museum Will Rogers Memorial Museum

Visit the Will Rogers Memorial Museum. It's a perfect opportunity to immerse yourself in the life and legacy of Will Rogers, America's favorite satirist and cowboy poet from the Great Depression era. Will Rogers originally purchased the 20-acre land as a retirement estate but unfortunately passed away shortly after. Today, the Memorial Museum houses the world's most extensive collection of Will Rogers memorabilia, including his entire collection of writings. In fact, in 2015, Gordon Kuntz generously donated the second-largest collection of items to the museum, which includes one-of-a-kind movie posters, movie stills, books, correspondence, and much more. You can easily spend hours touring the museum and learning about Will Rogers' life, wisdom, and humor.

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Shuffles: Board Game Cafe Shuffles: Board Game Cafe

Ready for a fun and delicious place to eat in Tulsa? Look no further than Shuffles. The all-ages board game-centric restaurant, bar, and coffee shop is located in the historic Archer building in downtown Tulsa. They offer a wide selection of Americana cuisine, including gluten-free, vegetarian, and vegan options. Check out our dinner and brunch menus to see what they offer. But that's not all - they also have a fully stocked bar, coffee shop, milkshake counter, and marketplace with specialty sodas, energy drinks, and candy. And if you're looking for entertainment, they host Trivia on Tuesdays and are a favorite rest stop for First Friday art crawlers. Plus, they offer corporate team building, private company parties, holiday parties, Bachelor/Bachelorette parties, birthday parties, and many other reasons to gather.

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Tulsa Greek Festival Tulsa Greek Festival

If it's September, you might want to check out the Greek Holiday Festival sponsored by the Holy Trinity Greek Orthodox Church. It's a fantastic celebration of all things Greek, including dance, drink, and food. You'll feel like you've been transported right to the Greek Isles. And speaking of significant food events, Tulsa has its fantastic celebration of Greek culture and cuisine. The annual festival celebrates 50 years of bringing together the community to enjoy traditional dishes and learn more about Greek traditions. If you're feeling competitive, try the Lord of the Fries, a hilarious and messy fry-eating competition. Teams of two work together to see who can eat the most fries before time runs out, and the winning team earns the coveted title of "Lords (or Ladies) of the Fries."

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