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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.


For those who will be using their local Tulsa moving company to relocate their family to the area, then chances are you have already heard about all of the great activities for kids to do.

One activity in general not only promotes exercise and healthy living for the kids, but also for the whole family. At the YWCA, their gym membership includes free drop-in childcare, free access to indoor swimming pools, aquatics classes, a hot tub, cutting-edge group fitness classes, men’s and women’s locker rooms and showers, cardio room, and a fully-equipped weight-lifting room.

Tulsa movers have been moving families to the area for over 25 years, and as a result know that the YWCA Tulsa is one of the best places to recommend new families check out first. Along with getting everyone out of the house and taking a break from unpacking with their Tulsa moving company, it is one of the best ways to meet new friends.

Aside from the aforementioned amenities offered, members can also take advantage of swim lessons for both children and adults, personal training, massage therapy, CrossFit classes, and pool and facility rental for parties. Once your move to Tulsa, you will most likely get tired of hearing your Tulsa movers and neighbors talk about how great YWCA Tulsa is!

For those families with girls, then make sure to sign them up for Girls on the Run. Meeting twice a week, the program teaches life skills through fun and engaging lessons. At the end of each season, the girls and their running buddies will then compete in a 5k running event. Needless to say, YWCA Tulsa will definitely be able to keep your family moving!


Have you just found out that you are having to use your Tulsa movers to relocate for work? Or are you simply looking at Tulsa as an option to move to because of all the great things you have heard about it? If you answered ‘yes’ to any of the prior questions, then chances are you want to learn as much as possible about your new hometown before you actually move there.

Familiarize yourself with the place that your Tulsa moving company calls home with these fast facts about Tulsa.

– Locals say that Tulsa is “where the South meets the West.”

– The median home cost in Tulsa is $94,300.

– Compared to the rest of the country, Tulsa’s cost of living is 15.4% lower than the U.S. average.

– Tulsa movers and locals have an average commute time of 18 minutes; the National Average is 25 minutes.

– The unemployment rate in Tulsa is 4%, lower than the U.S. average of 6.3%.

– Tulsa is a commercial, industrial, and cultural center for a large agricultural and oil-producing region.

– Public schools in Tulsa spend about $9,214 per student.

– There are 16.9 students per teacher in Tulsa.

– The average household size in Tulsa is 2.34.

– Currently, the median age in Tulsa is 34.9.

– 5% of the population has a Bachelor’s degree.

– The average income is $26,727.

– There are about 10.7 residents per 100 residents.


If there is one thing that makes moving to a new city even more exciting, it is getting to try all of the delicious new restaurants. Your Tulsa movers will be the first ones to tell you about all of the restaurants that you need to try while they finish unpacking all of your belongings for you.

Not only are there local favorites regarding restaurants, but there are also new restaurants constantly popping up throughout the city. Luckily, All My Sons Moving & Storage know about the new restaurants coming to town in Tulsa; don’t be surprised if you beat the locals to making reservations!

Noodles & Company. This restaurant will feature a variety of dishes inspired by world cuisine, including everything from Penna Rosa, Wisconsin Mac & Cheese, Pad Thai, Steak Stroganoff, and Spaghetti & Meatballs. With so many options, you will want to take multiple breaks from moving in order to try everything on the menu!

Roosevelt. Get ready to step back into time with this new restaurant in Tulsa! Roosevelt is designed to resemble a speakeasy from the Prohibition era, and will feature craft beer and food pairings that are geared towards the foodie group of Tulsa.

Taziki’s Mediterranean Café. For those health nuts who are using your Tulsa moving company to move to Oklahoma, then one of the first restaurants you will want to check out is Taziki’s Mediterranean Café. They will have everything from grilled chicken breast, herb-roasted pork loin, and grilled lamb.


Are you worried about where you will be ringing in the New Year? Don’t let the fact that you are using your Tulsa movers to relocate to a new home dampen your celebratory spirit. After all, what better way to celebrate moving into a new home other than at one of Tulsa’s most exciting nights of the year?

Let your Tulsa moving company finish unpacking all of your belongings for you while you and your family dance the night away at one of these Tulsa New Year’s Eve Parties.

Crystal Ball. Perhaps one of the most fun ways to countdown to the New Year, the 6th Annual Crystal Ball in Tulsa will be held at Enso Bar, Electric Circus and IDL Ballroom in the Holiday Inn Tulsa Center. From 9 p.m. until 1:30 a.m., bring your whole family to have fun at this masked ball.

Ambassador Hotel. Take a break from unpacking with your Tulsa moving company and head over to the rooftop at the Ambassador Hotel. All night long prepare to have full access to the chef-created buffet station, surprise party favors, and a champagne toast at midnight. Cheers!

80’s New Year’s Party. With over 20 years’ experience of moving families, your Tulsa movers can safely say that this 80’s New Year’s Party is one that locals and new families do not want to miss! Held at the Wareham Opera House, this party starts at 8 pm and will play your favorite songs from the 80’s all night long.


One of the most exciting things about the holidays is going with your family to pick out a Christmas tree. It just so happens that when you use Tulsa movers, you will not have to worry about making time to go and pick out the perfect tree for your new home. With All My Sons Moving & Storage, all of your moving needs will be taken care of, so you will have plenty of time to sneak away with your family in order to bring home a tree to put presents under.

Since you have already spent time with your Tulsa moving company moving things into your new home, the last thing you want to worry about is having to get rid of your Christmas tree right after you buy it. Make sure that you keep your tree as long as you want with these tips for making your Tulsa Christmas tree last longer.

- Water it. While this may go without saying, make sure that your Tulsa movers unpack a tree stand that holds at least one gallon of water.

- Trim it. Get rid of any dried-over resin that might block the tree from absorbing water by cutting off one inch off the bottom of the trunk once you bring it home.

- Protect it. Keep your Christmas tree away from direct heat such as fireplaces, sunlight, and wood stoves. This will stop your Tulsa Christmas tree from drying out too soon.


If you think that having to use your Tulsa movers to relocate during the holiday season is going to put a damper on your holiday spirit, then think again!

Not only will your Tulsa moving company ensure that your move goes as seamlessly as possible, but they will also make sure that you do not have any added stress during the holiday season. While your Tulsa movers are finishing unpacking all of your belongings for you, you and your family can go take a break and explore some of these Tulsa holiday events. After all, what better way to get to know your new city other than by exploring it during the happiest time of the year?

Simply check out one (or all) of these holiday events in Tulsa for a surefire way to get into your holiday spirit!

Christmas as Belvidere Mansion. On Tuesdays through Saturdays from 10 a.m. to 3 p.m., bring your whole family to this Victorian mansion in order to enjoy the most extravagant holiday decorations you will ever see! While here, you can tour the mansion, grab some last minute Christmas gifts in the gift shop, and enjoy lunch in the mansion’s Tea Room.

Indoor Living Nativity. At Ashbury United Methodist Church, they will be having an indoor living Nativity performance every day from December 12-20, at 5 p.m. This free event is the perfect way to take a break from moving and let your Tulsa moving company handle the rest!

Children’s Christmas Party. For those who have kids that are getting antsy from being stuck inside unpacking, then the Children’s Christmas Party is just what you have been looking for! Indian Springs Baptist Church will be hosting a holiday party for the kids on Wednesday, December 16 from 6 p.m. to 8 p.m.


For those who have recently used Tulsa movers to relocate to a new home, the last thing that you need to be worrying about is finding a way to bring some festive holiday cheer into your lives. After all, with All My Sons Moving & Storage making your move that much easier for you, the only question you will be asking is which Tulsa holiday event will you take your family to first?

Regardless of whether or not you are looking to enjoy some streets lit up in holiday lights, go ice skating under the starry sky, or simply take a break from unpacking with your Tulsa moving company, there is something for everyone!

Winterfest

An annual holiday tradition for locals (and even your Tulsa movers), going to Winterfest every year will soon become a new tradition for your family as well. It’s no surprise why it is such a popular attraction either, as there is everything to do from going on a ride in a horse-drawn carriage, going ice skating, listening to live music, and taking in the sight of the tallest outdoor Christmas tree.

Dickens on the Boulevard

A Victorian-themed holiday festival in historic downtown, get ready to enjoy some Western-themed holiday festivities. There is live stage entertainment along with plenty of opportunities for your kids to get their photos taken with Santa. Not only is there plenty of holiday cheer, but it is a great place to learn about life in the Victorian era with re-enactors portraying blacksmiths, basket weavers, sculptors and so much more!


Since you made the time to clean out all of your belongings before sending them on their way with your Tulsa movers, chances are you are looking to replace some of the items you got rid of. And why not? After all, you deserve it!

Luckily, with Black Friday right around the corner, the best time to do just that is right now. If you are worried about figuring out where to go because you are using a Tulsa moving company to relocate to a new city, then fret not! All My Sons Moving & Storage knows all of the best places in Tulsa for Black Friday shopping.

These places include:

-Academy: Opens on 5 a.m. on Friday.

-Bass Pro Shops: Open from 8 a.m. to 6 p.m. on Thanksgiving, and opens at 5 a.m. on Friday.

-Bed Bath & Beyond: Opens at 6 a.m. on Friday.

-Belk: Opens at 6 p.m. on Thanksgiving.

-Best Buy: Open from 5 p.m. to 1 a.m. on Thanksgiving, and opens at 8 a.m. on Friday.

-Big Lots: Open from 7 a.m. to midnight on Thanksgiving, and opens at 6 a.m. on Friday.

-Dillard’s: Opens at 5 a.m. on Friday.

-Gordman’s: Opens at 6 p.m. on Thanksgiving and doesn’t close until 11 p.m. on Friday.

-JCPenney: Opens at 3 p.m. on Thanksgiving.

-Hobby Lobby: Open from 8 a.m. to 9 p.m. on Friday.

-Macy’s: Opens at 6 p.m. on Thanksgiving.

-Old Navy: Opens at 4 p.m. on Thanksgiving.

-Sunshine Furniture: Opens at 10 a.m. on Friday.

-Toys R Us: Opens at 5 p.m. on Thanksgiving.

-Ulta: Opens at 6 p.m. on Thanksgiving and doesn’t close until 11 p.m. on Friday.