Rock Creek Folk Festival is coming to Kelly Lane Park in Sapulpa this summer. The free music and arts festival will include local musicians, craft booths, and more. Full details are yet to be announced, so keep your eyes tuned in on the City of Sapulpa Facebook page for breaking details.
Saturday, July 15, 2017
River City Parks, Sand Springs, OK
Soccer Synergy 3v3 Event
When: Saturday, July 15th
Where: River City Parks, Sand Springs, OK
Who: 5 year old division to Adult - Boys & Girls
EARLY BIRD PRICES:
Youth Division: $150
Adult Male, Female, Co-Ed Divisions: $125
Prices increase $25 July 1st.
U6 - U19 Youth
Guaranteed 3 Games
Medals to All Finalist Teams
Eat at Charlies Chicken in Sand Springs between the hours of 4:00 and 9:00 p.m. and a portion of your purchase will be donated to the Sand Springs High School Volleyball program.
The 14 Foundation
Performance Improvement Training Camp
& Sports Skills
July 3, 5, 6
(Monday, Wednesday, Thursday)
8:00 a.m. through 3:30 p.m.
Check in: 7:00-7:45 a.m.
Check out: 3:30 p.m.
Registration is FREE!
Open to Tulsa Region
Hosted by Sand Springs Public Schools
Memorial Football Stadium
600 North Adams Road
Sand Springs, OK 74063
Rhonda Smith: (918) 513-2816 or email@example.com
Camp features: Lunch & Drinks, Camp T-Shirt, Photos & Autographs, Camp Instruction from current and former NFL/College coaches and players.
The DAY OF CHAMPIONS FOOTBALL & SPORTS SKILLS CAMP experience is beyond just athletic skill enhancement, it provides oneon-one mentoring and coaching in athletics, health, fitness, life choices and the four principles of leadership.
FOOTBALL SKILLS (BOYS): Football skills instruction includes position-specific drills, strength & conditioning, nutritional instruction, and individual competitions.
SPORTS SKILLS (GIRLS): Sports skills instruction includes hand-eye coordination, speed and agility training, strength & conditioning, nutritional instruction, and individual testing these concepts.
Each group is taught and supervised by DAY OF CHAMPIONS football staff, made up of some of the top Division I-II-III & NAIA collegiate coaches in the country, along with past OU football players, and past & current NFL players. Players from experienced athletes to youth just learning the game will enhance their skills, learning basic fundamentals geared to their age and skill level.
Athletes should come wearing t-shirt, athletic shorts, socks, and tennis shoes and be ready to work out. Sunscreen is recommended.
DAY OF CHAMPIONS PIT CAMP is devoted to helping people of all ages believe in themselves and live a healthy and active lifestyle.
Camp Participant Name: _________________________________________________
Parent/Guardian Name: __________________________________________________
City: ______________________________ State: ______________ ZIP: ____________
Cell Phone: __________________________ Work Phone: _______________________
Parent/Guardian Email Address: ___________________________________________
Camp Participant DOB: _______________________________ AGE: ______________
School attending in Fall: ___________________________ Grade in fall: ___________
Offensive Position(s): ____________________________________________________
Defensive Position(s): ___________________________________________________
Shirt Size: (Child / Adult) S M L XL
In consideration for participation in this program, camp and/or workout program, I, for myself, my minor child(ren) and our respective heirs, executors, administrators, representatives, agents and assignees, do hereby forever release and discharge any and all claims, actions, demands, suits and any other rights to recovery, known or unknown for any and all damages, loss or injury that may occur, whether to person or property, as a result of any act or omission, including default or negligence, of DAY OF CHAMPIONS and any and all participating sponsors, their members, officers, agents, representatives or employees. I attest and verify that I have full knowledge of the risk involved with this camp and workout program. Furthermore, I hereby release any and all rights to any photographic material DAY OF CHAMPIONS may wish to release for its event, without obligation whatsoever to me.
Parent/Guardian Signature: ________________________________ Date: ______________
Registration Due June 26, 2017
Mail, Email, or Fax Completed Application to:
11 West Broadway
Sand Springs, OK 74063
Mark Application: ATTN. PAM
Support our Charles Page High School Lady Sandite Volleyball program by visiting their Rummage Sale fundraiser Saturday from 8:00 a.m. to 2:00 p.m.
The Sale will be held in the Wal-Mart parking lot in Sand Springs, in the far east parking lot behind EyeMart Express.
SUBMITTED - The Charles Page High School senior class of 1967 will hold its fifty-year class reunion, June 9-10, 2017. Plans include three very special events all focused on fun, fun, and more fun! No matter how long it's been since you've seen your classmates, this landmark reunion offers everyone the opportunity to connect or reconnect. Fifty years is a long time... we all have stories to share and this story would not be complete without yours!
To kickoff the event, classmates can attend a “Let's Get Re-Acquainted” gathering Friday, June 9, 7:00 p.m., at the Sandite Billards and Grill, 7822 West Parkway Boulevard North. There is no charge to attend this informal meet-and-greet, and this location -- which offers live music as well as a kitchen and cash bar -- offers plenty of space for mixing it up, so make plans to attend now!
On Saturday afternoon, June 10, 12:30 p.m., classmates can gather again, this time at the high school, where there will be something for everyone to enjoy! This event is also free and open to the public.
SSSS Boom Bah! View the 1967 State Championship Class 2A football game film. Hosted by co-captains Rick Neal and Curtis Fisher, players from CPHS as well as the opposing school, El Reno High, will share memories and insight about the exciting championship game.
We've got talent! Who remembers "Page of '67"? Rumor has it our class dominated the podium in the annual talent show. Classmates are invited to dust off their talent -- whatever it may be -- and bring it back for the enjoyment of our class. Interested? Contact Ricky Neal for details at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Walk the halls again! This is your opportunity to tour the high school to check out what has changed since we walked the halls fifty years ago.
At 7:00 p.m. Saturday evening classmates can gather again at the Pearl District Building, 1209 E. 3rd St. in Tulsa. Whether visiting over dinner or dancing to the songs that take us all back to those special years, this new event venue will serve as a great backdrop for rekindling friendships all the while creating new memories. We will take time to remember those who are no longer here to share this special occasion with us and take photos memorializing our time together. The cost for this event is $50 per person. What to wear? Business-Casual, suggested.
Special reunion hotel accommodations have been made at the Hampton Inn Tulsa-Sand Springs, 7852 West Parkway Boulevard North (next to Sandite Billiards and Grill). Rooms are $89 per night plus tax. To make your reservation call (918)245-8500.
To register go to https://sandite67reunion.eventbrite.com.
Have questions? Email email@example.com.
Choogie Kingfisher will present flute music and storytelling of traditional Cherokee myths and legends at Charles Page Library on June 8th.
Page Library is located at 551 East 4th Street and can be reached at 918.549.7521.
Stillwater musician Monty Harper will bring his children's songwriting talents to Charles Page Library in Sand Springs Thursday, June 8th at 10:30 a.m.
Harper not only performs his own music, but helps kids create their own songs in elementary school workshops throughout the year.
Charles Page Library is located at 551 East 4th Street and can be reached at 918.549.7521.
Sand Springs, OK- The City of Sand Springs Parks Department along with the Broken Arrow Sidewalk Astronomers and the Keystone Ancient Forest Trail Guides invite the general public to a rare NIGHT hike on Friday, June 2nd. The gates open at 5:30 p.m. with a brief presentation at 6:00 p.m. by parks staffers. Hiking will be on a self-guided, come and go basis until 9pm. No hiking will be allowed after then.
Following hiking, the program will shift towards an evening of star and planet gazing (weather permitting) with the help of the Broken Arrow Sidewalk Astronomers. This group will share as many as six high-performance telescopes (transportable) ranging in size from 4-inch to large 18 inch glass to view the planets and stars. A brief introduction and question and answer session on astronomy will begin at 9:00 p.m., with viewing happening until the event concludes at 12-midnight at the forest.
"This is a great opportunity for people to enjoy Oklahoma's premier forest hiking destination on a rare Friday night," stated Grant Gerondale, Parks Director for the City of Sand Springs. "For those folks who perhaps work during our regular Saturday hiking series, this event is for you."
The hiking will take place unless hazardous weather is occurring. Astronomy activities will require a night free of cloudy overcast. For the latest updates on this and other hiking events, please like the Keystone Ancient Forest Face Book page. For hiking, guests should bring a flashlight (sunset will take place at 8:36 p.m.) and wear appropriate hiking boots and attire. No pets are allowed for this hike. Trails are rated as Easy/Moderate/Difficult. It is recommended that only children 10 years and older hike Easy/Moderate length trails (30-minutes to an hour) and only experienced hikers should try the Difficult rated "Wilson Trail" (1-2 hours total). Guests should plan on 1-2 hours for their self-guided hike and remain on trail surfaces. Portapotty service is available.
For more information about the City of Sand Springs Parks Department, contact their offices Monday-Friday from 8:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m. at (918) 246-2561 or visit www.sandspringsok.org.
This is a submitted event and is not hosted or sponsored by Sandite Pride News, LLC. It is the responsibility of event sponsors to inform us of any changes in date/location/time/details.
Pratt Library in Sand Springs will host children's musician and author Jim Cosgrove, also known as Mr. Stinky Feet, Friday, June 2nd at 1:00 p.m.
Cosgrove has been performing for children for decades and earned his nickname with a hit single in 1999. Throughout his career he has performed across North America and Europe including two concerts at the White House.
In addition to his own music career, Cosgrove is also a motivational speaker and the founder of Mighty Mo Productions. He has released eight albums and was recognized as the "Favorite Entertainer" of the Kansas City Parent Magazine.
Cosgrove recently published "Everybody Gets Stinky Feet," a collection of 32 autobiographical essays "for grown-up kids."
Pratt Library is located at 3219 South 113th West Avenue and can be reached at 918.549.7638. The concert is free to attend.
Charles Page Library in Sand Springs is set to host a Grammy Award-winning band Friday, June 2nd from 11:00 a.m. to noon.
The Sugar Free Allstars are Chris Wiser and Rob Martin, an Oklahoma City-based duo that produces music primarily aimed at young children.
In 2011 their song "Cooperate" was featured on the compilation album All About Bullies...Big and Small." That record won the 2011 Grammy Award for Best Children's Album.
Charles Page Library is located at 551 East Fourth Street. The concert is free to attend. For more information, contact the library at 918.549.7521.
The 2017 Summer Volleyball Camp will be held from June 1st through June 3rd for students in grades 2-9.
8:00 a.m. through 11:00 a.m. 2nd through 6th Grade
1:00 p.m. through 4:00 p.m. 7th through 9th Grade
For all girls entering the 2nd through 9th grade in the fall.
No Volleyball experience necessary!
Location: Tentatively planned for Clyde Boyd Middle School. Ed Dubie Field House may be under construction during the time of camp. Call to confirm location.
Charles Page High School Head Coach and Frontier Valley Conference Coach of the Year Janna Green will be joined by Assistant Coach Alyssa Bargas, the Clyde Boyd Middle School coaches, and a few Club ONE coaches.
The High School Lady Sandite varsity team will help lead the girls in drills and will help coach during games.
The goal is to coach the girls as much as possible and for each learner to get the help they need to improve their volleyball skills.
The campers get instruction not just from the Sandite Coaching Staff, but get help from the current and former volleyball players which are a huge help
We are very excited to host our fourth annual Summer Volleyball camp. We appreciate your support of the Lady Sandite Volleyball Program.
Parents are welcome to come and watch this event, or can pick their kids up after.
The last day is the BIG TOURNAMENT. We would love to have everyone come and watch this exciting event. This gives the girls a chance to compete and to show off their volleyball skills.
Every camper receives a T-shirt on the final day of camp!!!
Trophies and medals for outstanding skills for athletes are determined by the coaches and camp staff.
The campers will be divided onto courts and start out with team drills. Our camp is designed for players who are just starting out and including school and club volleyball experience.
Everyone will be taught the basic fundamentals of the game including techniques in passing, setting, hitting and serving. We will also introduce concepts of team play.
For intermediate players: These players will be given tips on improving their technique in the fundamental areas of volleyball: how to pass and set with more accuracy, how to improve their serve, etc. Team play will also be included the second part of the camp.
The players will work through drills designed to improve their offensive and defensive skills at “game-speed.”
They will also learn about team defensive concepts and offensive options.
What you will need:
- ATHLETIC SHOES
- SHORTS/ SPANDEX
- ATHLETIC T-SHIRT
- OPTIONAL: WATER BOTTLE/SPORTS DRINK
- PLEASE NO FLIP-FLOPS, CUT-OFFS OR SHORT SHIRTS.
We appreciate your support of the Sand Springs Lady Sandites Volleyball Program and would be happy to receive donations to the program at any time.
Registration also accepted the first morning of the camp at the Clyde Boyd Middle School. PLEASE ARRIVE 15 MINUTES EARLY. If you miss the first day, you can still come anytime!
Make checks payable to: Janna Green
1544 1/2 S. Atlanta Place
Tulsa, OK 74104
Reach Coach Green at 918-706-4839 or firstname.lastname@example.org
Please print the following release form/registration and bring it with you or mail it.
Camper's Name: ________________________________________________
Parent or Guardian: _____________________________________________
Cell Phone: ____________________________________________________
Work Phone: ___________________________________________________
Grade/School your child will attend: _________________________________
T-Shirt: (circle one)
Adult: XL L M S
Youth: L M S
Parental consent & release for Emergency Treatment:
I hereby release the director of this camp and all those associated with it (including Sand Springs Athletics / Sand Springs Public Schools) from claims on account of any injuries incurred to my child while attending camp. I give permission for my child to receive emergency medial care in the event that I am unavailable.
Signature of Parent/Guardian
The last day of class for the 2016-2017 school year is currently scheduled for May 26th, per the calendar approved by the school board on February 1st, 2017.
All dates are subject to change pending unforeseen circumstances.
In the April 3rd, 2017 Board meeting, Superintendent Durkee expressed the possibility of changing the last day of schools to May 25th. Board will consider a change to the calendar at their May meeting.
Sand Springs Community Theatre will be performing Annie Get Your Gun April 20th through the 23rd and April 27th through 30th at the Tulsa Performing Arts Center. The Tulsa Performing Arts Center is located at 110 E. 2nd St, Tulsa OK 74103.
Showtimes are as follows:
April 20th-22nd and 27th-29th at 7:00 p.m.
April 23rd and 30th at 2:00 p.m.