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Sapulpa Times Podcast

Sapulpa Times Podcast

By Sapulpa Times
A thrice weekly rundown of what's happening in and around Sapulpa, Oklahoma, brought to you by Sapulpa Times. As of September 2022, podcast episodes are audio versions of our Facebook Live Show. Check it out at facebook.com/sapulpatimes
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Wednesday, September 21st - HAPPY HUMP DAY! Let’s get you caught up on everything!
The final weekend for Neil Simon's "Rumors" is this weekend! Showtimes are Friday and Saturday at 7:30p and Sunday at 2:00p - they were close to selling out all weekend! get your tickets at sapulpatheatre.org! Tomorrow is the 91st Annual Chamber Banquet, and they're repeating last year's event of a catered dinner in the middle of Dewey Ave. Because of this event, Dewey will be closed from 9am to 11pm that day. Side streets will still be fully accessible. Creek County Fall Free Fair is this weekend! Starting on Thursday the 22nd and going until the 25th. Heard there will be taco eating contest and pepper eating contest, and a concert by James Robert Webb on Friday at 6pm! Live music at Dancing Skeleton Meadery on September 23rd at 7pm, featuring an accoustic set by Jake Hand. Enjoy a glass of honey wine or craft beer. 609b S. Main Street. Saturday is the Rock Creek Music festival at Kelly Lane Park, will be a great time for music and vendors starting at 2pm. Music provided by Wanda Watson, And Then There Were Two, and BC & The Big Rig. Almost time for the Joint Civic Luncheon! This annual Chamber luncheon is our chance to hear from our state legislators as they give us "The State of the State of Oklahoma"—hear from Senator Elect Todd Gollihare, and Oklahoma House of Representatives Kyle Hilbert and Mark Lawson. It's Wednesday, October 5th from noon to 1:00pm at Freddies. Tickets are $20, register at sapulpachamber.com by the 27th!
16:02
September 21, 2022
HAPPY MONDAY! It's September 19th, and here's what you need to know for this week!
HAPPY MONDAY! Hope you guys had a great weekend! Finished off Food Truck Friday, was a great concert by BC and the Big Rig, and then a scorcher of a Sunday at the ballfields! Here's what's coming up in the American Heritage Bank Community Calendar! The final weekend for Neil Simon's "Rumors" is this weekend! Showtimes are Friday and Saturday at 7:30p and Sunday at 2:00p - they were close to selling out all weekend! get your tickets at sapulpatheatre.org! Auditions for SCT's Christmas show "A Dickens' Christmas Carol (Smith) A Traveling Travesty in Two Tumultuous Acts" are happening today at 6:30 pm. This Thursday is the 91st Annual Chamber Banquet, and they're repeating last year's event of a catered dinner in the middle of Dewey Ave. Because of this event, Dewey will be closed from 9am to 11pm that day. Side streets will still be fully accessible. Live music at Dancing Skeleton Meadery on September 23rd at 7pm, featuring an accoustic set by Jake Hand. Enjoy a glass of honey wine or craft beer. 609b S. Main Street. Creek County Fall Free Fair is this weekend! Starting on Thursday the 22nd and going until the 25th. Heard there will be taco eating contest and pepper eating contest, and a concert by James Robert Webb on Friday at 6pm! Saturday is the Rock Creek Music festival at Kelly Lane Park, will be a great time for music and vendors starting at 2pm. Music provided by Wanda Watson, And Then There Were Two, and BC & The Big Rig. Stay up to date with all the events happening in Sapulpa at sapulpatimes.com/calendar
10:23
September 19, 2022
September 16th - It's Free Coffee Friday, Day of Caring, Sapulpa Library Book Sale and MORE!
HAPPY FREE COFFEE FRIDAY! Sponsored today by Creek County Law. Happy birthday to Chris Townsend and Randy Rankin! Happy belated birthday to Jeff Sparks We're at Salvation Army to help celebrate Day of Caring. Every year, Tulsa Area United Way has a "Day of Caring" where local TUAW members get out in the community and make a difference! In the video version of this podcast, you can see OG&E workers chopping down and clearing limbs. There are also projects happening a Caring Community Friends, and elsewhere today. It's Food Truck Friday today! Featuring Fry Guy,  Piatto Ricco and Chuck-it Axe dogs for lunch 11-2. Dinner will be Lopez Street Tacos and Chuck-IT Axe Co dogs from 5-8pm. Don’t forget to bring your lawn chairs for the concert with BC and the Big Rig starting at 8pm in the parking lot behind Pat’s Place. Here's what's coming up in the American Heritage Bank Community Calendar! It's the Opening Weekend for Neil Simon's Rumors at Sapulpa Community Theatre! Showtimes are Fridays and Saturdays at 7:30p and Sundays at 2pm for the next two weekends. Can still get your tickets at sapulpatheatre.org Auditions for SCT's Christmas show "A Dickens' Christmas Carol (Smith) A Traveling Travesty in Two Tumultuous Acts" will be held Saturday Sept. 17 at 2pm and Monday Sept. 19 at 6:30 pm. It's time to get back to the Farmers Market! The Farmers Market will be open Saturday morning from 7:30 to 11am at the Creek County Courthouse Gazebo! Finally, it's time for the Sapulpa Public Library's huge book sale! It's Friday from 9am - 4pm and Saturday from 10am to 1:30pm. Just $3 for whatever you can fit in their paper sacks! Next week, we'll be talking about the Creek County Fair, more live music events and more! See you then!
09:41
September 16, 2022
September 14th, 2022 - My Story, My Table; Food Truck Friday; and More!
Happy Hump Day! Let's get you caught up on what's happening this week! Here's what's coming up in the American Heritage Bank Community Calendar! My Story at My Table is a unique monthly networking gathering that combines inspirational stories from local women, a creative journaling activity, and a meal. This event is at My Table Restaurant on Saturday the 17th, but tickets need to be purchased by the 15th. It's OPENING WEEKEND Neil Simon's "Rumors" at Sapulpa Community Theatre! Visit sapulpatheatre.org to get tickets! FOOD TRUCK FRIDAY! There will be food trucks for lunch and dinner, and we've got BC and the Big Rig coming back for live music at 8pm! JOKE: Did you know they're not calling home-births "deliveries," anymore?
07:50
September 15, 2022
Coming this Saturday: Freedom Brothers Men's Event
Jonathan Dupee of Freedom Brothers talks about a new Men's Event coming up on Saturday, April 24th. Learn more about why Jonathan believes that sometimes, men just need to be around other men. This free event will include skeet shooting, go-karts, fishing, ax-throwing and great food all day long! Get more details at https://www.facebook.com/events/280880456973431
11:50
April 21, 2021
Why the Census is so important
The time for the 2020 Census is almost over, and State Representative Mark Lawson sat down with us to discuss the importance of what it means for Oklahomans, and how to make sure that we get counted!
35:50
September 03, 2020
A note from heaven: Averie's story
When Averie Hight met Katelyn Hanafin, the two girls became fast friends and remained inseparable. Then suddenly, Katelyn passed away, leaving Averie, who has down syndrome, perplexed and wondering why she wasn't going to see her friend again. A tribute to Katelyn by the school she attended would, against all odds, leave a lasting impression on Averie. Listen now to hear Averie's dad Richard recount the story of how Averie got "a note from heaven."
09:06
June 16, 2020
Doing Church Inside Out: A conversation with Mike Lehew of Mobile Missions Network
During a week of protests and riots, a small crowd began to gather at the parking lot of Reasors in Sapulpa. Rumors and messages of concern began going out: was our small town suburb about to get a taste of what was happening in nearby Tulsa? But then the worship music began playing. Small groups of just a few people dotted the space in the parking lot, where people would pray with you if you needed, or just chat if you wanted. It wasn't a protest—it was a ministry, and one of the group is Mike Lehew of Mobile Missions, and we're talking to him today about what church is beginning to look like after COVID-19 and how his ministry is embracing the idea of going beyond the church walls to reach a community that sorely needs to hear their message. 
20:38
June 07, 2020
"Find out what makes you different, and then amplify it." - A conversation with artist Richard Hight
A local artist goes from magazine illustrator to traveling the world, not only showing others his craft, but spreading a message of hope and making opportunities out of impossibilities. Learn about how Richard sharpens his skills in public speaking as much as he does in the arts in order to "make the biggest impact."
15:39
June 01, 2020
What's so special about the Booker T. Washington Rec. Center?
In today's episode, we sit down with City Councilwoman Carla Gunn to talk about the Booker T. Washington Recreation Center, which, thanks to the newly-passed 2020 GO Bond, will be getting a completely new building from scratch. Listen to Carla talk about how the needs for the building have changed with each generation, and why this new facility will be a standout achievement for the community. Keep up with us at all the places! sapulpatimes.com facebook.com/sapulpatimes twitter.com/sapulpatimes instagram.com/sapulpatimes
42:45
January 18, 2020
It’s go time for the GO Bond
Still on the fence about how to vote on the GO Bond Election happening on Tuesday? We sat down with city councilor John Suggs to talk about what this $40 million bond would mean for the city.
22:10
January 11, 2020
Introducing The Sapulpa Times Podcast!
It's finally here! Welcome to the new Sapulpa Times Podcast! the idea behind the Sapulpa Times Podcast is not to just give you the same news in another format. We're using the podcast as a chance to connect with people on another level with stories that are dedicated to big things that are happening in the local community. That brings us to the actual launch of this podcast, which will officially be launching on Saturday, January 11th, and it will be covering the biggest thing to happen to Sapulpa in a few years: A $40 million General Obligation Bond package that covers everything from streets to downtown Sapulpa to economic development to the Booker T. Washington Rec Center and more. The thing is, that election is just a week and a half away, on January 14th.
03:02
January 05, 2020