An Evening of Wine and Roses at Tulsa Rose Garden, September 27, 2013

An Evening of Wine and Roses Tulsa Garden Center SeptemberWant to stroll the Tulsa Rose Garden, tasting wines from all over the world as you munch on elegant hors d’oeuvres and desserts. Then plan on attending Tulsa Garden Center’s 19th annual “An Evening of Wine and Roses” on September 27 from 7:00 – 9:30 pm. Over 150 wines from across the world will be available for tasting and many of Tulsa’s top-notch restaurants will provide the food for this event. You must be 21 years of age to attend this event.  The cost is $65. for Tulsa Garden Center members and $80. for non members. There is also the option of being a sponsor and attending their tasting in the Mansion from 6:00 – 7:30 pm. The ticket cost is $130. for this event.  Space is limited for both tastings and the reservations deadline is September 20.  Call Tulsa Garden Center at 918-746-5125 to make your reservation.

Tulsa Garden Center

Woodward Park

Municipal Rose Garden

2435 S.Peoria

This could be a very fun couple date night. The proceeds of this event benefit The Tulsa Garden Center. For more information visit Tulsa Garden Center’s Website

Note: If this does not fit your budget or you prefer you own private party or your own kind of food, you might consider going another evening, bringing your own special picnic or treats. I would suggest checking the curfew for the Tulsa Rose Garden so you can stay within the time they are open to the public.

Enjoy the roses and the wonderful outdoors as you stroll the gardens with your sweetheart!

Tulsa Rose Garden, Tulsa Garden Center and Woodward Park – A Triple Hit for Mother’s Day (or any spring or summer day)


You can’t beat the lovely combination of the Tulsa Rose Garden, Tulsa Garden Center and Woodward Park, all rolled into one. The Tulsa Rose Garden is at 24th and Peoria, right next to Woodward Park which is at 21st and Peoria. And the Tulsa Garden Center is on the other side of the Rose Garden. Linnaeus Teaching Garden is behind the Rose Garden and Tulsa Garden Center. These are all FREE to the public.

It is a wonderful time to visit as roses are in bloom and it is Mother’s Day Weekend.  Of course this is a triple hit for any sunny day or early evening for families and for couples.  Walking in 4 and 1/2 acres of roses is heaven. The Rose Garden in done in an Italian Renaissance style with 5 terraces and a reflecting pool. 

Take time to enjoy what nature has to offer at this time of year. This is a sure hit with moms, families and a fun place for a romantic get-a-way.