Broken Arrow’s historic entertainment district

Events

November 26, 2014

Judge our windows

Downtown businesses have decorated their windows with holiday cheer and want you to judge their work. Stroll down Main Street and judge the window displays on your phone with our new digital map while you shop. [read more]

The Military History Museum located at 112 N. Main Street in Broken Arrow, OK will be conducting its first book signing event on Saturday, November 1, 2014 from 11:00 am to 2:00 pm.  Proceeds from the event will be used to support the Museum which is a 501(c) 3 organization. All books will be available […] [read more]

The City of Broken Arrow and the Arts and Humanities Council are hosting the second Grills & Grilles Vintage Car and Arts Festival from 10 a.m. – 6 p.m. in the Rose District on Sat., Oct. 18. [read more]

The GO Plan Walkshops are designed to get you out and walking in your community! The Broken Arrow Walkshop will meet at Spokehouse Bicycles at 5:30 p.m. on Thurs., April 3. Hear about the GO Plan from INCOG’s team of skilled planners and then go for a walk to see already made updates or needed […] [read more]

Head on down for local food, art and beer while listening to live music and exploring the shops on Main Street, aka the most ROCKIN’ way to enjoy St. Patrick’s Day. Click here for complete event details and don’t forget to wear green! [read more]

Tony and Emmy Award winner Kristin Chenoweth is graciously lending her years of experience and expertise to the region’s most aspiring high school and college fine arts students during an educational master class called, “An Evening with Kristin Chenoweth” on March 13 at 7:30 p.m. Returning home to the theatre that bears her name, Chenoweth […] [read more]

Broken Arrow’s ‘Art on Main’ is an annual event that allows people from the community to meet local artists, experience and/or purchase visual art and listen to music by local musicians. Our goal is to introduce art (in its many forms) to as many people as possible in a familiar setting at no cost to the community. We strive to support local artists and crafters by providing events for artists' exposure and sales. [read more]

Only in its second year, Chalk It Up is becoming a premier event for The Rose District. Attendance counts over the two-day festival greatly exceeded last year’s numbers with Friday night’s attendance this year outnumbering the entire festival’s attendance last year. According to David Blue, special events coordinator for the city, 28 artists started drawings […] [read more]