From staff reports
Mother Road Market, Oklahoma’s only non-profit food hall and hub for entrepreneurs along Route 66, will celebrate its third anniversary starting Tuesday.
People are invited to participate in week-long activities, which include a silent disco night on the patio and a “lights on” ceremony.
On November 2, 2018, the Lobeck Taylor Family Foundation (LTFF) opened the Mother Road Market on 11th Street and Lewis Avenue to reduce barriers to success for food and retail entrepreneurs by offering them the possibility of testing concepts with less risk.
Since its inception, more than 250 entrepreneurs have provided visitors with unique opportunities to eat, sip and shop locally.
Now housing 27 different business concepts, all on one campus, many traders who started at Mother Road Market have expanded their businesses locally and regionally.
“We are so proud that Mother Road Market has become a vibrant community space that brings diverse communities together for a meal,” said Elizabeth Frame Ellison, President and CEO of LTFF.
“Over the past three years, we have moved from a food court to a destination in Tulsa for unique events and activities such as cooking classes, beer and wine tastings, live music and entertainment. mini golf.”
The events scheduled for the third anniversary of the Market are as follows: