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Mar
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Gaywool Dye Headquarters
Mar 29 2018 – Mar 29 2028 all-day

Did you know that Shepherd’s Cross is the Gaywool Dye Headquarters for all of Canada & the
U.S.A.

  • Our shelves are well stocked and we are prepared to meet all of your dying needs, no matter how small or how large
  • Gaywool Dye may be used on all fibers and fabrics, but originated on a sheep farm in Australia, similar to ours.
Aug
23
Fri
$1 Off Seafood Dinners (Fridays) @ The Bros. Houligan
Aug 23 all-day
$1 Off Seafood Dinners (Fridays) @ The Bros. Houligan | Tulsa | Oklahoma | United States

The Bros. Houligan offers $1 off seafood dinners every Friday at both locations.

Location: 2508 E 15th St, Tulsa, OK 74104

$20 Pizza & Pitcher Of Beer (4-6:30pm everyday) @ Upper Crust Wood Fired Pizza
Aug 23 all-day
$20 Pizza & Pitcher Of Beer (4-6:30pm everyday) @ Upper Crust Wood Fired Pizza | Tulsa | Oklahoma | United States

Upper Crust Wood Fired Pizza offers $20 pizza and pitcher of beer from 4 to 6:30 p.m. every day from 4 to 6:30 pm everyday.

Location: 9110 S Yale Ave, Tulsa, OK 74137

$7 Deep Eddy Lemon & Iced Tea @ Blue Rose
Aug 23 all-day
$7 Deep Eddy Lemon & Iced Tea @ Blue Rose | Tulsa | Oklahoma | United States

Blue Rose offers Deep Daily-$7
Deep Eddy Lemon and iced tea.

Location: 1924 Riverside Dr, Tulsa, OK 74119

25$ Pizza & House Wine (4-6:30pm everyday) @ Upper Crust Wood Fired Pizza
Aug 23 all-day
25$ Pizza & House Wine (4-6:30pm everyday) @ Upper Crust Wood Fired Pizza | Tulsa | Oklahoma | United States

Upper Crust Wood Fired Pizza offers $25 pizza and bottle of house wine from a special list from 4 to 6:30 pm everyday.

Location: 9110 S Yale Ave, Tulsa, OK 74137

Knock Out Violence
Aug 23 all-day

Help DVIS and the Tulsa Drillers knock out violence! We are in our 16th year of raising funds for survivors of domestic violence and sexual assault. Join us by pledging per home run or making a one-time donation from now until the end of the season!

Happy Hour Specials (4-6 pm Every Day) @ Doc's Wine & Food
Aug 23 @ 4:00 pm – 11:59 pm
Happy Hour Specials (4-6 pm Every Day) @ Doc's Wine & Food | Tulsa | Oklahoma | United States

Doc’s Wine & Food offers happy hour specials from 4 to 6 pm everyday.

Location: 3509 S Peoria Ave, Tulsa, OK 74105

$6 Late Nite Menu (Daily 10pm-12:45am) @ Kilkenny's Irish Pub
Aug 23 @ 10:00 pm – Aug 24 @ 12:45 am
$6 Late Nite Menu (Daily 10pm-12:45am) @ Kilkenny's Irish Pub | Tulsa | Oklahoma | United States

Kilkenny’s offers $6 Butter Slip Burgers, Fish & Chips, and Wings every night from 10pm-12:45am.

Location: 1413 E 15th St, Tulsa, OK 74120

Aug
24
Sat
$20 Pizza & Pitcher Of Beer (4-6:30pm everyday) @ Upper Crust Wood Fired Pizza
Aug 24 all-day
$20 Pizza & Pitcher Of Beer (4-6:30pm everyday) @ Upper Crust Wood Fired Pizza | Tulsa | Oklahoma | United States

Upper Crust Wood Fired Pizza offers $20 pizza and pitcher of beer from 4 to 6:30 p.m. every day from 4 to 6:30 pm everyday.

Location: 9110 S Yale Ave, Tulsa, OK 74137

$7 Deep Eddy Lemon & Iced Tea @ Blue Rose
Aug 24 all-day
$7 Deep Eddy Lemon & Iced Tea @ Blue Rose | Tulsa | Oklahoma | United States

Blue Rose offers Deep Daily-$7
Deep Eddy Lemon and iced tea.

Location: 1924 Riverside Dr, Tulsa, OK 74119

25$ Pizza & House Wine (4-6:30pm everyday) @ Upper Crust Wood Fired Pizza
Aug 24 all-day
25$ Pizza & House Wine (4-6:30pm everyday) @ Upper Crust Wood Fired Pizza | Tulsa | Oklahoma | United States

Upper Crust Wood Fired Pizza offers $25 pizza and bottle of house wine from a special list from 4 to 6:30 pm everyday.

Location: 9110 S Yale Ave, Tulsa, OK 74137

Knock Out Violence
Aug 24 all-day

Help DVIS and the Tulsa Drillers knock out violence! We are in our 16th year of raising funds for survivors of domestic violence and sexual assault. Join us by pledging per home run or making a one-time donation from now until the end of the season!

Shop Belk’s Back-to-School Charity Sale and Support Local Nonprofits @ All Belk locations
Aug 24 @ 7:00 am – 10:00 pm

Just in time for back-to-school, the Belk Charity Sale returns to offer customers exclusive discounts on top designer brands, plus an opportunity to give back to local charities. To access the sale, customers are encouraged to purchase a $5 ticket from a partnering nonprofit, or at their local Belk store. The $5 will ultimately be deducted from the customer’s purchase when they shop at the event on August 24. All proceeds from the sale will benefit partnering nonprofits that support local education initiatives and other charities dedicated to community enrichment.

Heart of the Shepherd’s Intern / Apprentice Program at Shepherd’s Cross
Aug 24 @ 8:00 am – 9:00 am

Heart of the Shepherd’s Intern / Apprentice Program at Shepherd’s Cross

Heart of the Shepherd’s internship program has been in place since 2009. Approximately 50 interns have graduated from our program. The internship program at the farm equips students with basic farming skills and arms them with Biblical references to farming and shepherding.

The objective of the internship program is to teach an awareness of basic agriculture, develop basic agricultural skills, expose students to the many agricultural parables found in The Bible, and to teach an appreciation for historical agriculture, laced with a healthy appreciation for industrialized agriculture.

Students will learn in the same manner as an apprentice learns. Watch the shepherd, practice with the shepherd, and then do the activity unassisted.

The farm is primarily a sheep farm, with several hundred sheep; however there are many other activities on the farm and through the ministry, Heart of the Shepherd. There is a cattle herd, horses, donkeys, chickens, at least one goat, lama, alpaca, sheep dogs, barn cats, a Farm Museum, a Farm Store, hay harvest, pecan harvest, walnut harvest, walnut hulling, a wool mill, shearing school, fiber arts
retreats and classes, a Bible Garden which produces vegetables and fruit for farm use and for sale, and a Mission Shop. There is a live on site veterinarian and a veterinary care unit for the animals on the farm. Opportunities abound for learning.

Dr. Diane Dickinson, the director for the Internship Program, is an agriculturalist with a Bachelors in Agriculture, a Doctorate in Veterinary Medicine, and over five decades of farm and livestock experience. Following her footsteps each day is sure to include a bountiful harvest of learning.

Grandma Wilma is the Bible Garden Tour Guide and harvest Tour Guide. She has been farming and gardening for over seven decades. Walk with her for a few months and learn more about gardening as well as the treasures of The Master Gardener.

Internships may be geared toward one of the following six areas:

1. Sheep and Shepherding Internship: this internship has a primary interest focused on shepherding. The busiest season is the spring season, with many opportunities for learning. Learn what Psalm 23 really means while being the shepherd to the pasture raised flock on the farm. Learn how to give Shepherding Tours, and work in the Farm Animal Barn.
2. Bible Gardening Internship: Learn about natural gardening for sustainability, train to be a Bible Garden Tour guide, assist with Garden related educational activities in the Farm Museum.
3. Wool Mill Internship: Learn how to process wool "green" – including washing, carding, spinning, weaving and more. Learn how to give Wool Mill tours and assist with Wool related displays in the Farm Museum.
4. Farm Museum Internship: The Farm Museum & Educational Silo is an agriculturally based museum with hands on learning activities. The museum is indoors and outdoors. Learn how to manage a museum; assist with upgrading the farm museum, be a farm museum tour guide, and learn how the Bible and agriculture are related.
5. Heart of the Shepherd Missions and Missions Shop Internship: Emphasis is on the International Mission Shop, on location, and assist with online sale for mission fundraising. Learn how to tell the story of the nations and their needs, and how to maintain on line and brick and mortar gift shops.
6. General Farm & Shepherding Internship: This internship experience includes all of the previous categories, working in the fields, working with the sheep and other farm animals; assisting with the Pumpkin Festival; providing Christian, agricultural based educational tours; as well as a vast array of support farm tasks such as field and tree maintenance, harvesting, planting, cleaning & fence maintenance; assist in the Farm Animal Barn.

Interns will experience some of every segment of farm life, and are not restricted entirely to their internship emphasis. Therefore each Intern will be learning from all six categories. However their primary focus will be in their interest area. We have a saying “Every day is a new day on the farm.” Be ready to be flexible. Nature is unpredictable.

Steps of the application process:
1. Submit a Resume
2. Receive an Internship application & return the completed form to our office.
3. Reference checks
4. Personal interview
5. Background Check

Internships are for one semester. Generally the times are as follows:
Spring Semester January – May
Summer Semester May – Mid-Aug or Early Sept.
Fall Semester Early September – December

Activities of farm life change with the seasons.
The spring semester is the busiest sheep season to intern, as this is lambing season and sheep shearing on the farm. This is also haying season.
The summer semester is the busiest Bible Garden season to intern, as this is harvest season.
The fall semester is a busy evangelism outreach with the Pumpkin Festival and Living Nativity. This is also pecan and walnut harvest season and haying season.

Following successful completion of the Internship, the student may apply for the Residency Program. The Residency Program allows the student to remain at the farm for one complete calendar year, experiencing all of the activities of a farm year. This is beneficial in terms of understanding seed time and harvest, and the Biblical Implications.

Experience is advantageous, but not required.

Internships are full or part time. Compensation for internships may include room, board and a monthly monetary stipend. The stipend is not a salary, and it is performance based.

College credit can be given for our internship program. We have worked with many colleges within and outside of the state.

Interns have come from New Hampshire, California, Colorado, Kansas, South Carolina, Arizona, Georgia, Kansas, Illinois, Minnesota, New York, Kyrgyzstan and Oklahoma.

Several graduate interns have been hired to be a part of the Shepherd's Cross and Heart of the Shepherd team.

For more information about the farm, drop by and talk to Dr. D or visit the website at www.shepherdscross.com.

Fiber Fest Weekend Retreat
Aug 24 @ 8:30 am – 3:30 pm

PRESS RELEASE – FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE

What: Fiber Fest Weekend Retreat

When: August 22, 23 & 24, 2019 – Thursday, Friday, & Saturday 8:30 am – 3:30 pm

Where: Shepherd’s Cross 16792 East 450 Road, Claremore, OK 74017

This is three fun filled days of learning how to process any kind of fiber (we teach with wool). This Class combines all of our three single day workshops into one super fiber weekend. Lessons will include washing, dying, wet felting, carding, picking, spindling, spinning, needle felting and weaving. Class size is limited (minimum of two and maximum of twenty) so enroll early as possible. Our classes go a step farther – we teach some history of fiber arts, and practical technology. Retreats are augmented by hands on learning tools available in the Educational Farm Museum and with a collection of fiber arts from around the world.

Retreat fee is only $179 (all three days), a $43 savings compared to taking individual classes. Any Single Day of the Retreat is available for $74 per day. We provide all materials. No hidden fees, rental fees or materials fees. All are included in the package. Each participant will take home several finished products. We provide snacks and beverages at breaks (twice daily). You will need to bring a sack lunch each day.

Shepherd’s Cross offers these and other classes year round, on an individual or group basis. Shepherd’s Cross is an accredited Agritourism facility, a Made in Oklahoma Company that processes the only Animal Welfare Approved fiber sold in the U.S. (that is chemical free, hormone free, free range, all natural). Shepherd’s Cross hosts a mini wool mill, processing the wool from their 200+ sheep on site.

Heart of the Shepherd, is a non-profit organization (501-C3) that operates at the farm and establishes wool mills in remote, impoverished areas around the world. Heart of the Shepherd teaches Biblical references to the harvest, the animals, farming and gardening. The Bible Garden is available for guided or self-guided tours; audio or visual or both.

Shepherd’s Shop is open Tuesday through Saturday 8:30 – 5:30, year round (closed some holidays).

Registration is required. You can find information and registration form at: www.shepherdscross.com… click on “Classes and Retreats” or call 918-342-5911

Facebook link for more information: www.facebook.com/ShepherdsCross/

Contact:
Shepherd’s Cross & Heart of the Shepherd
Dr. Diane Dickinson
[email protected]
918-342-5911

$1.50 Domestic Drafts (Daily 11am-7pm) @ The Stumbling Monkey
Aug 24 @ 11:00 am – 7:00 pm
$1.50 Domestic Drafts (Daily 11am-7pm) @ The Stumbling Monkey | Tulsa | Oklahoma | United States

The Stumbling Monkey offers $1.50 Domestic Drafts everyday from 11am-7pm.

Location: 8921 S Yale Tulsa, OK 74133