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Nikki D.

Morning, Tulsa! Support and explore the Oklahoma Centennial Botanical Gardens with today’s deal. Hope you enjoy!

Nikki
Groupon – Tulsa

Karen

The expire date is listed as Sept.8th, 2010. I think you probably mean 2011, is that correct?

My family has just moved to the Skiatook area and are always on the look-out for new adventures! It looks interesting and is nearly in our own backyard!

Rosie

Carrie O.
Merchant

Your membership is good for one year from date of purchase!

Carrie
Oklahoma Centennial Botanical Garden

What is already complete? What are the dates for completion of future projects? How is the economy impacting this? Do you have a website?

Carrie O.
Merchant

The Garden has a temporary Visitors Center (with restrooms!) where guests can see the master plan and get an overview of the project. We have completed our 7-acre lake and have just finished installing a walking trail around the lake and planting 300 trees along the trail. We have another trail that goes through the cross timbers forest, to the prairie and back through a 100+ Persimmon tree grove. Projects are being done as funding is obatained. The Garden was just awarded $1,000,000 from the EDA for infrastructure — so we are currently working on water, sewer, electric, etc. The economy is certainly a factor in raising funds! Funds generated from membership help fund the operating costs of the Garden.Our website is www.ocbg.org. We appreciate your support!

Carrie
Oklahoma Centennial Botanical Garden

Roger D.

After printing the certificate, I see that it expires today, and that I need to redeem it at the center. (!?) Is there any other way to get my address and other info to you short of driving to the center today?? I want to support the center but a one day offer really doesn’t benefit anyone

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