Rockin & Rollin on Route 66 with The Fabulous Mid Life Crisis Band

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Date: February 16, 2019
Time: 6:00-7:00 Cash Bar & Swing Dance Lessons
7:00-8:00 Buffet Dinner
7:30-10:30 The Fabulous Mid Life Crisis Band
Where: OSU-CHS Tandy Medical Academic Building
1111 West 17th Street, Tulsa, OK 74107
Cost: $66 per ticket
RSVP: February 8, 2019
Tickets available from EventBrite:

For information on sponsoring a table call Main Street at 918-445-4457.
This is The EAST MEETS WEST fundraising event by Tulsa Route 66 Main Street.

We will accept checks for ticket prices. Make payable to Tulsa Route 66
Main Street, mail to: Route 66 Main Street, P.O. Box 570978, Tulsa, OK 74157

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Façade Grants for 2018

Tulsa Route 66 Main Street is offering a Facade Grant Program to the businesses along our corridor, matching the investment you make on the exterior of your property, dollar-for-dollar. For 2018, we have 3 Grants available, matching your investment up to $1,000.

Follow this link to fill out the on-line Grant Form. Deadline is December 31, 2018.

More information on the Façade Grant process can be found on this site under: the Façade Grants link at the top. Questions, please call Main Street at 918-445-4457.

All applicants must be Tulsa Route 66 Main Street Sponsors in order to be considered for the Façade Grant Award.

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Wheels on Route 66

Get Your “Kicks”tand on Historic Route 66

The inaugural Wheels on Route 66 includes stretches of historic Route 66 as you travel through west Tulsa. It starts at the Cyrus Avery Plaza at Riverside Dr. and Southwest Blvd and goes south towards Sapulpa, OK. This is a relatively flat course in which you start and finish along the Southwest Boulevard corridor that is overseen by Tulsa’s Route 66 Main Street (RT66MS). This ride will help support RT66MS along with two other local clubs, Bike Club and Oklahoma Flyers. Come out and have a good time while supporting three worthy organizations!

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Annual Awards Luncheon Lineup!

Check out our lineup for the 2018 Annual Awards Luncheon, which will be at the OSU-CHS Tandy Medical Academic Building on April 13th @ 11:30AM:

*Tony Russell from KJRH Channel 2 – Emcee

*Ken Busby – Executive Director and CEO of Route 66 Alliance – Keynote Speaker

*Baxter’s Urban Grill – Catering

A very special THANK YOU to OSU-CHS and Cedar Rock Inn for sponsoring this event as well as to our Sustaining, Visionary, and Associate Sponsors! Furthermore, we are grateful to our Community Partners and Business Friends for their support!

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Tulsa Route 66 Main Street’s Annual Awards Finalists Announced!

Oklahoma Main Street Announces Award Finalists

(Oklahoma City, Okla.) – The Oklahoma Main Street Center announced today the finalists of the program’s annual statewide awards competition. All finalists will be honored and the winners announced at the 29th annual Main Street Awards Banquet, May 8, at the Embassy Suites OKC Downtown/Medical Center Hotel.

“Each year we take a moment to recognize the people, projects, events and programs making a difference in our Main Street communities across the state,” said Buffy Hughes, Oklahoma Main Street director. “We choose to celebrate the volunteers, the business owners, the building owners and the dedicated program supporters because they all uniquely contribute to making these historic commercial districts thrive for the betterment of their local areas. Economic development at the local level is spurred by these hard-working people. We want to say thank you for their efforts — not just in their communities but for all of Oklahoma. This is our way to demonstrate our appreciation on a statewide level.”

There are 21 competitive award categories representing the “four points” in the Main Street Approach – Organization, Promotion, Economic Vitality and Design. Panels of outside judges for each point review the entries and determine the winners.

The Main Street Program of the Year award recognizes the top program in the state. The top programs earning the most quality assurance points during the 2017 calendar year are invited to submit a short essay in support of their selection as Main Street Program of the Year. A panel of outsides judges review the essays to determine the winner. Programs for 2017 (in alphabetical order) include: Altus, Cherokee, Claremore, Collinsville, Enid, Newkirk, Okmulgee, Ponca City, Sapulpa, Stockyards City and Tulsa Route 66. The top program will be announced at the banquet.

In addition, the top Main Street Program Directors will be recognized at the banquet.  Those making the top three this year include Melyn Johnson, Main Street Guymon Inc.; Ed Sharrer, Kendall Whittier Main Street; and Chelsea McConnell, Ponca City Main Street.

The award finalists are:


Premier Partner

Enid – City of Enid Parks & Recreation

Newkirk – Albright Abstract & Title Guaranty, Inc.

Sapulpa – SeneGence International


Best Community Education/Public Awareness

Enid – Annual Infographic

Enid – Business Recruitment Package

Newkirk – Good Luck Card Game


Best Volunteer Development Program

Durant – Volunteer Meeting Social Media Campaign

Hobart – Hobart Main Street Design Committee

Wilburton – Digger Forward


Main Street Hero

Durant – Tammy Cross

Okmulgee – Dr. Bill Path

Ponca City – Rhonda Skrapke

Tulsa Route 66 – Linda Jordan


Best Creative Fundraising Effort

El Reno – Reindeers at the Rock

Newkirk – Spirit Sightings Tour aka Ghost Tours

Okmulgee – Big Brain Trivia Night

Ponca City – Battle of the Burger



Premier Special Event Under 1,000 Attendees

Collinsville – Taste of Collinsville: Music is to the Soul as Food is to the Body

Kendall Whittier – Kendall Whittier After Five

Wilburton – Relics and Rods Car Show & Swap Meet


Premier Special Event Over 1,000 Attendees

Ada – Ada Fest

Claremore – Food Truck Thursday

Collinsville – Hogs ‘N’ Hot Rods


Best Retail Event

Durant – Live Local Night

Enid – Maker Trail

Ponca City – Ladies Night on Grand


Outstanding Image Promotion

Claremore –

Durant – Durant Main Street Rebrand

Ponca City – Outside the Box


Creative New Event

Ardmore – Farm to Table Dinner

Hobart – 9/11: Never Forget

Kendall Whittier – Kendall Whittier Mercado



Best Placemaking Project

Enid – Bright Future Mural

Kendall Whittier – Whittier Wood Garden Public Art Installation

Ponca City – Outside the Box


Best Sustainable Design Project

Claremore – Studio B Artworks

Enid – Downtown Mural Program

Ponca City – Veterans’ Plaza


Best Interior Design Project

Kendall Whittier – Heirloom Rustic Ales

McAlester – The Venue

Okmulgee – The McBrayer Building


Best Façade Rehabilitation Under $10,000

Ardmore – The Stag

Claremore – 318 W. Will Rogers Blvd., Rhapsody Boutique, Salon & Spa

McAlester – Common Roots


Best Façade Rehabilitation Over $10,000

Kendall Whittier – TPC Studios

Okmulgee – The McBrayer Building

Tulsa Route 66 – Meltdown Diner


Best Visual Merchandising

Ada – The Rustic Ridge

Durant – Bella Ragazza Boutique

McAlester – Harper and Grey


Best Building/Business Branding

Ada – Farm Girl Boutique

Durant – Bliss Boutique

El Reno – Wandering Daisy Boutique



Best Adaptive Reuse Project

Kendall Whittier – Heirloom Rustic Ales

Okmulgee – The McBrayer Building

Tulsa Route 66 – Meltdown Diner


Best Business Practices

Durant – Foster Creativity

El Reno – Ross Seed Co./True Value Hardware

Enid – Davis Law


Best New Business

Claremore – Main Street Tavern

Kendall Whittier – Fair Fellow Coffee

Newkirk – A Perfect Day


Business of the Year

Ada – McSwain Theatre

Newkirk – Albright Abstract & Title Guaranty Inc.

Ponca City – Liles and Company


The reception will begin at 5:30 and the dinner and program will begin at 6:30 p.m. Tickets can be purchased from your local Main Street Program representative for $45.

For a listing of Main Street programs in the state, or for more information about the Oklahoma Main Street Program, please call (405) 815-6552 or visit