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Moving to Tulsa means that you get to experience a whole plethora of new experiences, including La Semana Festival Americas. Have no idea what that means? Then allow All My Sons Moving & Storage to explain it to you.

– On Saturday, August 27, head to downtown Tulsa in order to get a taste of what being a Tulsa local is all about. This multicultural festival will include a street market with artistic and recreational activities for the whole family, plus live concerts. Not only that, but the whole family will be able to enjoy delicious food from Argentina, Mexico, and more.

– Do you know what the best part about La Semana Festival Americas is? The fact that it is about so much more than just the having fun – it is about education too. After moving to Tulsa, one of the first things you will notice is how important higher education is to the community. As part of La Semana Festival Americas, the recipients will be recognized in a commemorative ceremony.

– For those interest in getting to know the community better after moving to Tulsa, head to Guthrie Green Park on 111 E. Brady Street; festivities will start at 4 p.m. and will continue on until sunset.

Looking for a unique and fun way to keep your kids entertained this summer? Then look no further – the Butterfly Conservatory at Woodland Hills Mall has your name all over it.

One of the best ways to take a break from unpacking after moving to Tulsa, a trip to the Butterfly Conservatory at Woodland Malls is exactly what you need to reward your kids for being so patient during the entire moving process. The exhibit will feature more than 150 live butterflies from a multitude of different species, and will be available to visit until August 28.

According to Eileen Neighbors, director of marketing and business development, “We are dedicated to providing our visitors with unparalleled shopping, dynamic dining, and community-focused event experiences. This interactive butterfly exhibit is an extraordinary addition to our lineup of community events, and we are thrilled to welcome Butterfly Conservatory at Woodland Hills Mall this summer.” You quickly discover that getting to visit this exhibit is one of the best things to do after moving to Tulsa, mainly because there so few other opportunities to do so anywhere else. This exhibit offers much more than just a chance to look at butterflies; every day from 1-4 p.m., your kids can come and enjoy a reading of the classic children’s book, “The Very Hungry Catepillar.”

In addition to readings of the classic book, there will also be guided tours every 15 minutes. Once the tour is over, the group will be able to explore the conservatory on their own and interact with up to 150 butterflies. Trust us, visiting the Butterfly Conservatory at Woodland Hills Mall will make your kids wish you had finished moving to Tulsa sooner!

Have you just finished moving to Tulsa, and have absolutely no idea what to do with all your free time? Then luckily for you, not only are there tons of stuff going on at all times, but the summer in Tulsa has more things going on than normal.

In order to make sure you do not miss out on any of the fun, check out this guide to the best August Tulsa events.

Astronomy Night-Perseid Meteor Shower. Have no plans this upcoming August 13? Then, at 8 p.m., make some time to head to the Tulsa Botanic Garden in order to go for an early walk in the Garden before dark and stay as it turns to night. This is the perfect event for kids because at every event, they will bring a projector to show images of Jupiter, Mars, and Saturn, giving kids an inside look into the universe and beyond.

Journey Inside the Brain. The Laureate Institute for Brain Research, a scientific research institute that focuses on discovering brain-based technologies to improve mental health, is offering a free lecture. Sure to be high on the list of Tulsa events that you don’t want to miss, this is a lecture that you will want to attend right after moving to Tulsa.

Tulsa Mini Maker Fair. Consider this the local version of the award-winning, family-friendly, national and international event celebrating technology, education, science, arts, crafts, engineering, food, sustainability and more. For those looking for a great way to get to know your new home town, this is the event you want to go to after moving to Tulsa.

Moving to Tulsa right before school starts is hard enough on your kids, especially when they have never been to this city before. Luckily, All My Sons Moving & Storage has been in the business of moving families for generations, and have learned a thing or two about taking care of you and your kids.

Make sure you start the school year off right with this guide from All My Sons Moving & Storage to the best back to school events in Tulsa.

Back to School Bash. On Saturday, August 6th, head to this back to school event from 9 am to noon in order to attend the free health and safety fair for Broken Arrow public and private schools. This is the best way to decide which schools are best for your kids after moving to Tulsa because it allows you to meet with all of them at once.

Back to School Day at the BA Farmers Market. Looking for back to schools events that allows you to enjoy delicious food as well as find out what the schools in Tulsa have to offer? Then this is the event for you. The chef from Time Passages will demonstrate how to get kids involved for organic, easily packable lunch ideas.

Back to School Expo. On August 13th, head to the Back to School Expo from 9 am to 3 pm in order to discover almost 75 local exhibitors showcasing their selection of products and services designed to get you and your kids ready for the upcoming school year.

The Choregus is turning up the heat, if it is even possible, with Tulsa’s summer dance festival. The Choregus will be moving through Tulsa a little more fluidly than your All My Sons movers.

If All My Sons Moving & Storage was not working diligently moving your belongings, we would surely be attending this year’s performance of the Choregus as they give adaptations of classic fantasy novels such as The Lion, the Witch, and the Wardrobe. Fortunately for you, your move is being taken care of so you and your family can enjoy this summer’s dance festival.

The summer dance festival has attracted leading contemporary dance artists from around the world to Tulsa. The Heat International Dance Festival lasts a week long and features five companies from three countries: Israel, France, and the United States.

All performances are family friendly and will be closing August 6th so be sure to not miss it! The festival opens the previous Saturday with a performance from Compagnie Herve Koubi.

Dance Companies Performing:

1. Koresh Dance Company: returning for their fifth year

2. L-E-V Dance Company: founded by former star of the Batsheva Dance Company, Sharon Eyal

3. 10 Hairy Legs: lead by choreographer Randy James

If you are moving to Tulsa, just mention the Summer Dance Festival to your All My Sons movers and they will rave about its success over the past several years. Whether you are just moving to Tulsa and are new to this rich town or have been a nomadic resident, All My Sons highly recommends everyone to end Summer 2016 on a high note by attending the Summer Dance Festival. Every year there is something different in store for the audience and it is a Tulsa experience you cannot miss.

While your All My Sons movers were packing your personal belongings, did you notice if you had a large collection of books you no longer use or were just packed away in storage?


Well, you can help alongside Ellen DeGeneres by moving books into other people’s homes who are in need of them. If you have already read the book or your child out grew their bedtime stories, it is time to donate!


In Tulsa, Ellen DeGeneres donated Bookmobile to keep Union students reading during the summer break. Ellen basically threw a moving truck and a library together, and created an amazing idea to continue education in Tulsa.


Instead of having your Tulsa moving company move your books to yet another storage room, help Ellen in moving books to those in need.


Ellen DeGeneres has been donating thousands of free books for several years now and encourages everyone to get involved. Just ask your All My Sons movers to set aside any books they find as they are packing up your belongings to move to Tulsa.


If you do not have many books to donate, there are several other ways you can help. Have you looked through your clothes to see what you actually use and what is collecting dust in your closet? Have you thoroughly sifted through your kitchen and garage to see what items are reusable that no longer have purpose to you? Both Ellen DeGeneres and All My Sons Tulsa recommend donating these items to a local charity.

Looking for something fun and active to do while your Tulsa, Oklahoma movers are invading your home packing and moving your belongings? Well, join your local moving company in the annual summer Five to Find summer fun.

The Five to Find are the five things to do before summer ends. Not only will you enjoy yourself while All My Sons Moving & Storage does all the heavy lifting, but you will get to know Tulsa a little better by the end.

1. Eat a Snow Cone: There is no denying this summer’s heat. And nothing says summer like an ice cold treat. When the temperatures rise above 100 degrees, it is time for shaved ice splashes with fun colorful syrup. Head to Josh’s Sno Shack and cool down.

2. See a Drive-In Movie: Once you have survived the crazy summer heat and the sun has set, the second Five to Find option is to kick back in the comfort of your car and watch a movie. Nostalgic activities are the best ones! Currently, at the Admiral Twin they are showing Ice Age, The Secret Life of Pets, and Star Trek Beyond.

3. Take a Dip: Take your family to Safari Joe’s H2O Water Park. Another fun and family friendly way to escape the crazy summer heat after moving to Tulsa.

4. Visit a Farmers Market: During the early morning before the temperature rises, take a stroll through the Cherry Street Farmers Market or the Brookside Farmers Market starting at 7 a.m.

5. Take a Float Trip: Float trips are a summer must! Float down the Illinois River and stop along the way to swim and picnic.

In Tulsa, dogs and cats are loved and welcomed as long as they are spayed or neutered. You may not be aware beforehand, but your local Tulsa movers want to notify you that if you are moving to Tulsa with an un-spayed or neutered pet, be sure to make an appointment with your local vet to have the procedure done. All My Sons Moving is here for you and does not want to see you unnecessarily fined after moving to Tulsa.

If your hands are tied and cannot make an appointment with your previous vet, the Humane Society of Tulsa is happy to schedule you an appointment. The Tulsa Humane Society is one of the top 10 Humane Societies in the United States and is constantly seeking to help.

This month alone, the Tulsa Human Society hosted several events such as Clear the Shelters Adoption Event and the 4th Annual Bow Wow BBQ.

Whether you need to spay or neuter your pet, your local Tulsa movers highly recommend for you to take a visit to the local humane society. If you are new to Tulsa, Oklahoma and are looking to get involved and meet people volunteering at the humane society, simply attend their events and see how you can join their efforts.

Everyone loves their furry little (or large) friend. Just ask your pet-friendly All My Sons Moving & Storage movers. If you have not moved yet, ask our Tulsa movers about our pet moving services.

After moving to Tulsa this summer, try to make it a point to make your children’s summer special and fun! Moving is difficult on the entire family, but especially kids, and it is the perfect season regardless of what state you are in, to go out and have some fun. The Tulsa movers at All My Sons have a list of the classic summer activities for kids that will allow them to have fun and make some new friends after moving to Tulsa!

* Have a lemonade sale. There is nothing like mixing up some lemonade and building a stand in your neighborhood to give your kids the ultimate summer experience. Watch how your child’s face lights up when a customer agrees to buy a glass from him or her. Place a jar on the table, and help your child brainstorm ways to spend the money later. The process is exciting, and it also teaches kids the value of working to earn money.

* Have a paint (or water) balloon fight. Fill water balloons with paint and let your kids have a wild time in the backyard. Dress them in white clothing, and they will have a ball getting themselves messy.

* Play manhunt. This is basically hide-and-seek, but reversed. Almost everyone is seeking a small group of hiders or fugitives. Manhunt takes place in your neighborhood and kids love collaborating to uncover the missing players.

When you are melting under the sun this summer in Tulsa, you have another option other than to endure the heat. There are quite a few popular movies that are in theaters this summer in Tulsa, that come recommended by local residents and the local movers at All My Sons. Summer is the perfect time to keep cool while catching an impressive film.

* Finding Dory: Dory, the main character, is a blue tang fish from the classic film Finding Nemo. In this movie, Dory sets off to find her estranged family. While it is true that Dory has short term memory loss and forgets what has occurred every ten seconds, she amazingly recalls that her family is out there somewhere, and it is up to her to find them. This heartwarming tale appeals to all ages.

* Ghostbusters: As a remake of the original film, this movie is about the mission of a group of professionals-a paranormal researcher, a physicist, a nuclear engineer, and a subway worker-to rid New York of ghosts. It is both hilarious and thrilling, and can provide a much needed laugh this summer after moving to Tulsa.

* Bad Moms: Amy, a gracious wife and mother, becomes overwhelmed by the cumbersome responsibilities that come with her role as a family woman. In order to break the monotony of her days, she decides to let loose with a few other fed-up moms. The result is absolute chaos and hilarity. Prepare to laugh yourself breathless as you watch these women have a showdown with the PTA clique around town.