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The Tulsa Botanic Garden, a long-time favorite spring destination for Tulsa locals, has just announced the addition of more spring events this season.

It doesn’t matter if you have been going to the Tulsa Botanic Garden since you were a little kid, or if your Tulsa moving company just recommended that this should be at the top of your list of places to visit; these spring events at the Tulsa Botanic Garden will have you coming back for more.

April 1st: 10:30 a.m. – 11:30 a.m. – Oak-Lahoma Nature Story Hour. An event that comes back year after year, All My Sons Tulsa often send families with young children this way; Story hour has activities for a wide variety of ages, starting at 3 years old and up.

April 2nd: 10 a.m. – 5 p.m. – Art in the Garden. Did you forget to send your outdoor decorations with your Tulsa moving company? Then head to this Tulsa Botanic Garden event to pick up one of a kind garden art pieces from Tulsa Glassblowing School and Garden Deva.

April 16th: 10 a.m. – 5 p.m. – Poetry in the Garden. In honor of National Poetry Month, create a poem that will be posted along paths at the Garden. This Tulsa Botanic Garden event encourages you to express yourself, whether it be by leaving a message in their word garden, or writing a haiku and hanging it in their haiku tree.

According to the most recent data from the U.S. Census Bureau, the Tulsa population grew by almost 11,000 people in the past year. It was the largest one year increase this decade for the Tulsa metro area.

Considering that the average Tulsa population growth rate for this decade is about 7,532 people per year, this means that Tulsa movers have had a very full schedule. In fact, this leap in population numbers is even more impressive when you take into account the fact that 33 counties in the state had shrinking population rates in the past year. Hey, Tulsa must be doing something right!

The leap in numbers of people using their Tulsa movers to relocate to the Sooner State can be explained by the increase in job opportunities. A recent CPS survey revealed that employment rose significantly in Tulsa since the beginning of 2016, with January marking a new high of 460,320 residents employed.

The high growth rate foreshadows the creation of more restaurants, shopping centers, entertainment venues, and transportation options in order to meet of the demands of a growing Tulsa population. Tulsa movers relocating more and more families to the area can only be a good thing; after all, the demand to accommodate the growing population by creating new infrastructure in turn creates more job opportunities for Tulsa locals and newcomers alike.

That being said, All My Sons Tulsa has over 25 years’ experience moving families into their dream home. Join the thriving Tulsa population and call today for a free quote.

If your winter coats are not already stored away safely until next year, then now is the time to do so because the most beautiful time of the year is finally here.

Your Tulsa moving company has no problem staying busy, especially come March, but even they make time to get outside and experience Tulsa at its most beautiful time of the year. Step away from the moving boxes and clear your schedule because these are the spring Tulsa events you need to put in your calendar.

SpringFest Garden Market & Festival. On April 8 from 9 a.m. to 6 p.m., head to the Tulsa Garden Center to enjoy not only the beauty of Woodward Park and the Tulsa Garden Mansion, but also to shop the wide selection of garden plants, garden décor, and all things garden related.

The Backyard Market. One of the spring Tulsa events created in order to provide a break from today’s fast-paced world, this outdoor market is a peaceful place for families to relax together. This is also the perfect place to pick up anything you might have forgotten to send with your Tulsa moving company, as vendors here sell handcrafted fine art, housewares, paper good, bath products, and more; simply head over to the Restore House on April 9 from 11 a.m. to 3 p.m.

26th Annual Herbal Affair & Festival at Sand Springs. The largest out of all the spring Tulsa events, this year more than 100 vendors will be at Downtown Sand Springs on April 16 from 9 a.m. to 4 p.m. Put the finishing touches on your Tulsa movers hard work by picking out perennials, heirloom plants, gardening supplies, and outside décor for your new home.

Confused as to where to find the best Tulsa Easter egg hunts? Then allow your Tulsa movers to help you find the best places to celebrate your first Easter in your new home.

Check out this list of where to find the best Tulsa Easter hunts, and don’t forget to make sure that the first thing your Tulsa moving company digs out of your moving boxes are your kid’s Easter baskets!

East Side Christian Church’s Easter Egg Hunt. All ages are welcome at one of the best Tulsa Easter egg hunts this year. The Easter bunny will be there, along with face painters and a giant bounce house at 11 a.m. on March 19. All you have to do is to remember to bring your Easter basket!

Annabelle’s Fun Farm. Make sure you are finished unpacking with your Tulsa movers by March 26 at 9 a.m. so you and your family can hop on over to the fun farm. Promising to be an event you won’t want to miss, kids will be able to enjoy the petting zoo all day long.

Kirk Crossing Easter Eggstravaganza. Have you been searching among the Tulsa Easter egg hunts to find one that has a hunt large enough to accommodate all of your visiting relatives? Then look no further, because this Eggstravaganza has over 7,000 eggs available for the taking.

If you have been planning on moving to Owasso, there are two residential developments, An apartment complex on the west side of town, and a housing division to the east that are part of ongoing residential projects in the city.

Owasso movers have heard that the foundational dirt work is nearly complete and concrete footings have been poured for portions of the apartment complex, which will consist of 266 units. The apartment complex will be called The Cottages and will be directly across the street from the Villas luxury apartments. Since construction is already underway, if you are moving to Owasso, you may be able to reserve or rent in The Cottages by the end of the year. The Cottages are located on the northwest corner of E. 86th Street N. and N. Mingo Road.

Other great new housing in Owasso for 2016 is a new housing development that will feature homes ranging from $180,000-$250,000. The development will be located east of U.S. Highway 169 on 106th Street, and will be named Abbott Farm. If you are a young family looking for housing in Owasso, Abbott Farms is going to be perfect for those who are looking for the next step up from a starter home. Abbott Farms will be extremely affordable, and Owasso movers are excited to see how many new families it brings into the area.

If you are planning a move, All My Sons Moving & Storage Tulsa services the Owasso area and has over 25 years of experience and moving expertise. Let All My Sons help make your move to Tulsa seamless and be sure to check out one of the new, affordable housing options.

This month, Tulsa public school board members and Superintendent Deborah Gist discussed budget cuts and major changes that would alter the entire school year and system.

All My Sons Moving & Storage Tulsa has been moving families into the area for almost three decades. During that time, families have always loved the fact that many Tulsa public schools have ratings of 9 and 10 by However, would all of that change if Tulsa public schools switched to a four-day school week?

According to discussions with Gist, Tulsa public schools are considering shortening the school week to four days and eliminating transportation for everyone except special education students. Gist and many Tulsa locals say that the discussion is up in the air, but could be necessary in order to be able to function with the anticipated budget cuts they are facing for the 2016-2017 school year, which are anywhere from $7 million to $20 million.

If you are moving to Tulsa, local moving companies know that your child’s school week is a major factor to consider. So, it is best to stay up-to-date with the school board meetings and discussions until the official budget for the 2016-2017 school year is released.

If you already live in Tulsa, make sure to stay up-to-date with Tulsa public schools announcements, schoolboard hearings and agendas, as well as make it to the public meetings where comments and concerns may be heard. Tulsa movers know that for our families, and yours, if you have children education is a top priority.

In 2015, Tulsa home constructions took a downward spiral. In January 2016, a 16.9 percent increase was measured, which makes Tulsa movers and local residents happy to hear; however, it was soon proved to be an unfair statistic, and here’s why.

New Orleans Weekly is a permit tracking service and they measured 214 home permits issued in January, which would indicate a 16.9 percent increase in comparison to last year’s 183. However, the discrepancy comes from the month of January in 2015 compared to the month of January for 2016. In 2015, January had a four-week reporting period. This year, January had a five-week reporting period, so in reality, the month did not perform better.

President of New Orders Weekly, Tim Pepper, explains that when broken down into the number of Tulsa home constructions being issued permits each week, January 2016 had 42.8, while January 2015 had 45.75, reflecting a decrease that has left the amount of Tulsa home constructions flat.

Tulsa moving companies move hundreds of families and individuals to the city and surrounding areas each year, but the number of new homes being constructed is small in comparison to the amount of existing homes being sold. Our movers suggest hiring a real estate agent and staying on top of the housing market if you are not going to build a new home. If you have been looking into building a house in Tulsa, Pepper says that the economy and oil prices has a lot to do with the slump in Tulsa home constructions, so keep that in mind.

The world championship of bass fishing, the GEICO Bassmaster Classic presented by GoPro, returns to Tulsa this year. This is one of the most popular destinations to hold the “Super Bowl of Bass Fishing” tournament. Tulsa movers were thrilled to hear that the Bassmaster Classic was moving back to Tulsa, but even more thrilled that it would be taking place in March this year instead of February, since the weather should be more enjoyable.

“The 2013 Classic was such a tremendous success, we couldn’t wait to return to Tulsa and Grand Lake O’ the Cherokees with our premier event,” said Bruce Akin, B.A.S.S. CEO. “With the support we’ve received from our hosts and our bass fishing fans throughout the region, we’re expecting an even better turnout next year.”

Tulsa movers and packers learned that Ray Hoyt, president of VisitTulsa, worked extremely hard in 2013 at the first event in Tulsa in order to make it a huge success and put Tulsa on the map. As he explains, “We worked our tails off in 2013 to ensure this event was a huge success because we wanted to show our partners at B.A.S.S., and other major league events, what a great place the Tulsa region is. We wanted another Classic the minute the 2013 event was over, and today we can finally say it out loud: The Classic comes back in 2016. A huge thanks to our regional partners, especially Hard Rock Hotel & Casino, for their support in making this a reality.”

If you are moving to Tulsa this month and love fishing, be sure to check out the Bassmaster Classic event details at

Are you having to use your Tulsa moving company right smack in the middle of Valentine’s Day weekend? Are you at a loss for where to make Valentine’s Day reservations? Then allow your Tulsa movers to not only make sure that your move goes as seamlessly as possible, but also make sure that you have Valentine’s Day plans in Tulsa that won’t disappoint.

Simply leave the unpacking to All My Sons Moving & Storage and choose one of these delicious restaurants in order to start your new life in Tulsa off on the right foot!

624 Kitchen & Catering. With reservations available at 5:30 and 8 p.m., head to this restaurant in order to enjoy shrimp, salad, braised short rib, sea bass, and dark chocolate fudge cake.

La Crepe Nanou. At $120 per couple, plan on indulging in a cheese and charcuterie plate, salad, surf and turf, roast chicken, and red velvet cake.

Zio’s Italian Kitchen. A personal favorite of your Tulsa movers, enjoy salad, your choice of lasagna, artichoke spinach pasta, chicken alfredo, spaghetti and meatballs or chicken pomodoro, and dessert for only $24.99 per couple.

In the Raw Brookside. Do you love sushi? Have you always wanted to try a lobster-stuffed pork chop? Then take a break from unpacking with your Tulsa moving company and head over to In the Raw Brookside on Valentine’s Day.

It’s no secret that having to relocate with your Tulsa movers and your kids in tow is no easy feat. After a while, you may find yourself wondering how it is possible that your children’s attention span got even shorter.

But, alas, moving with kids is something that everyone has to go through at least once during their lifetime. Luckily, All My Sons Tulsa has over 25 years moving families (kids included), and we know how important it is to make sure that your children are entertained.

Give your kids a break from moving and pick from the list below of where to take your kids in Tulsa this February (for free!).

Second Saturday at Philbrook. On February 13, from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m., allow your kids to bring out their inner artist with family-friendly art activities, tours, and scavengers hunts for children of all ages.

Imagination Days at AHHA. Let your Tulsa moving company handle unpacking your belongings and take your family to this program on February 20, from 1 p.m. to 5 p.m. Once there, your kids will get to participate in hands-on art activities and gallery explorations.

Funday Sunday at Gilcrease. In order to enjoy an afternoon of museum fun for the whole family, head to the Gilcrease Museum on February 21, from noon until 4 p.m. They will be offering art-making stations in the museum, an art hunt, and an opportunity to explore the extensive gardens.