The monthly Third Thursday shopping event, organized by the Jenks Main Street Merchants group, is set for April 19.
In addition to extended store hours, the group has added a live music element to the recurring event. This month, Tim Casey will be the featured act and will appear at Juanita’s Fine Cooked Mexican, located at 120 E Main St.
Shops will stay open until 8 p.m. and the live music will last from 5-7 p.m. The public is encouraged to attend this free event and stroll Jenks’ historic Main Street.
Main Street is home to shops which provide a unique variety of antiques, eclectic gifts and furniture.
Door prizes will also be given away to people in attendance.
For more information, contact Sherry Bonner at the Pink Lily at 918-299-5553.
Now is the time to give your spring cleaning a new meaning by taking household junk and making it another persons treasure as the annual city-wide garage sale approaches. Join hundreds of homes in the community on Saturday, May 5 for the perfect chance to finally get rid of that 8-track player.
A variety of eclectic goods including furniture, clothes, electronics and more will be found Jenks. Not only is this an opportunity for clutter to be gone for good, but it is a way to help Jenks Lions Club and earn some extra cash.
Garage sale kits are available at Liv A Little Boutique, 201 E. Main, for $10. Proceeds benefit the Jenks LionsClub. The Jenks Lions Club has contributed to the Jenks Community Food Bank and remains an active partner with the Lions Club annual eyeglass drive.
Residents who have questions about the garage sale should contact Loyd Bell at (918) 556-7440.
Even as social media has seemingly overwhelmed traditional media as a means of sharing and spreading news, the old rules of media are still pertinent today for business owners.
Teri Bowers, the chief Operating Officer and Executive Director of the Oklahoma Aquarium and former television news anchor is scheduled to speak at the Jenks Chamber of Commerce’s luncheon on April 18.
Bowers joined the Aquarium staff in 2006 as their Communications Director. She currently serves on the boards of the Better Business Bureau, Green Country Marketing Association and the Jenks Chamber of Commerce. Bowers is a Leadership Tulsa Graduate and was a past chair of the Tulsa Metro Chamber of Commerce Legislative Task Force On Regional Tourism.
Prior to her career at the Aquarium, Bowers spent 18 years in the television news field.
The luncheon will be held on April 18 at the Holiday Inn Express in Jenks at noon.
Cost to attend is $15 for Jenks Chamber members and $20 for non-members.
The deadline to RSVP is Monday, April 15 by 4 p.m.
For more information about the Jenks Chamber of Commerce visit JenksChamber.com
The Jenks Ministerial Alliance will host the annual Jenks Community Egg Hunt on Saturday, April 7th at the Hunter-Dwelley Stadium located on the central campus of the Jenks Public Schools. Due to stadium construction, entrance will be through the gate on the northeast side of the stadium near the Sharp Athletic Building. You will see an inflatable set up for the morning. An anticipated crowd in access of 500 children will be present to gather 6000 pre-filled eggs in three age categories. The Egg Hunt schedule is as follows:
Egg Hunt time will be 10:00 AM – 12:00 PM
Birth – Pre-school ages … 10:00 – 10:20 AM
Grades 1-3 … 10:30 – 10:50 AM
Grades 4-6 … 11:00 – 11:20 AM
What to bring:
Kids need to bring their own baskets or sacks to gather the eggs.
Kids can keep all the plastic eggs they gather.
Merchants can bring coupons already placed in plastic eggs to River Oaks Christian Church by March 22 to be distributed among the 6000 eggs.