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Fall festivals and more fun in Tulsa 2014

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Although summer is coming to an end and fall is around the corner that doesn't mean there's still not plenty of family fun things to do in Tulsa. Here's some fall festivals coming up and more frugal family family fun:

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Tulsa Mini Maker Faire- Sat. Aug. 30, 10am-6pm located at Central Hall/Expo Square. Maker Faire is a family friendly showcase of invention and creativity with fun and engaging community-based learning events to inspire everyone to become a maker. The goal of Tulsa Mini Maker Faire is to make visible the projects and ideas that we don't encounter every day. Admission is free -please see their website for more information.

Tulsa Greek Festival- September 18; 11a.m.-9p.m., Sept 19; 11a.m.-10p.m., Sept. 20; 11a.m.-10p.m. At Tulsa's oldest ethnic festival you can enjoy a variety of activities, dancing, shopping for Greek jewelry, gifts, and food, and also eat some delicious home-cooked Greek food. Admission is $3; Children 12 and under are free with accompanied parents. To download a free festival ticket or for more information please see their website.

Tulsa State Fair- September 25-Oct. 5 (varying hours). This annual celebration with a variety of attractions for the whole family -with concessions, entertainment, rides, and more. Gate and ride costs do vary- but, be sure to check out the advanced ticket prices and different promotional price days -Such as Ford family fun night on opening night and Family fest on Sept. 30. And don't forget about Dizzy's deals and savings -Please see their website for more information.

Guthrie Green- Many events will be going on here throughout September from Movies in the park Thursday nights, Sunday Market, Concerts (some even geared toward kids/families), an Animation festival, and more. Please check out their website /Sept. event calendar for more information.