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Don’t forget to check out our Programs page for ongoing opportunities that help us keep Broken Arrow beautiful, including the annual Trash Bash, Adopt-A-Mile, Adopt-A- Corner, and more.
for their continued stellar sponsorship of the Rose Festival which we are now advertising as Roses, Chalk & Kites, Oh My! They are Gold Sponsors this year. When you are in their lobby, please give them a shout-out of thanks! We are so grateful for their gracious...read more
Here is a list of local hotels providing special festival rates. Be sure to call and book your reservation soon as they are going fast! Be sure to mention the word 'ROSES' when you book your room to get the festival rate and a free goody bag courtesy of local...read more
Broken Arrow's Annual Trash Bash will be held on Saturday, April 27th from 8 AM until noon. The Trash Bash is an annual event with volunteers who help clean up Broken Arrow. We gather on Main at the Community Center, 1500 S. Main. Pick up trash bags, safety aprons,...read more
Our gratitude to the ongoing sponsorship of ABCO Rents who give so generously and graciously assist us with so many rental needs! Pictured with their Platinum level donation are: Daisy Bustos, Maria Lira, Sonia Valero & Oscar Urbina. Please remember ABCO Rents for...read more
"Laugh, Lunch, and Learn ... the motto of Broken Arrow’s Iris Garden Club! Also, let’s add Love to that mix ... love of our community, and looking for ways we can help enrich in any small way. If ‘gardening ‘ is the activity of tending and cultivating a garden, then...read more
Words to consider: “Those whose roses did poorly last season need to remember failure is not permanent and for those whose roses did well, success is not permanent either.” Pop Warner SOIL With the above quote from one of the all time greatest rosarians this is an...read more
March can be the time to start pruning. We need to wait until the chance of hard freezes are past, which can be as early as mid March but watch the weather for warnings of a late freeze. Keep these objectives in mind as you prune. 1. Remove dead or diseased...read more
In February of 2011, Dr. Clarence Oliver & Beverly Forester first met to discuss the idea of returning Broken Arrow to its beautiful 1920-50s history as “The City of Roses & Sparkling Spring Water”. They met over coffee at Panera Bread, inviting others to join...read more
Beverly Forester and Dr. Clarence Oliver at this year's Broken Arrow Neighbors “Empty Bowls”. Beverly says, "It was exactly 8 years ago on February 26th that we first talked about Bringing Back the Roses to Broken Arrow." A great idea was born and, with hard work...read more
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