1st Annual Evergreen Youth Arts Fest

The 1st Annual Evergreen Youth Arts Festival came together perfectly. My heart is truly full. The vision came to fruition sincerely. Art has the power to heal, transform community and preserve the past and present. Another purpose was to bring awareness to Lacy Park, which is an amazing facility, black owned businesses in the area, which came through with tons of giveaways.

Special shoutout: 
Our youth visual artists:
Kennedi Stripling
Rhyan Ledbetter
Jaylyn the Dancer
Treson youth dancer
A Pocket Full of Hope
State Represenative Regina Goodwin
Tiffany Crutcher of Terrance Crutcher Foundation
Jasmine’s Jumpers with the Bouncy Houses
Scott Williams brought the horses
Jesus brought the Mechanical Bull
The Rumblers baseball team


Family Synergy Restoration Center Inc.

North Tulsa Tennis Association
Lacy Park Advisory Council
Sen. Kevin Matthews
The George Kaiser Foundation
Gilcrease Museum
City of Tulsa Parks and Recreation
Blue Star Integrative Studio
Good Day Products
Hannah Jackson

Tiffany Crutcher & The Terrance Crutcher Foundation
Black Wall Street Chamber of Commerce


Our Black Businesses:
Mac’s Wings
Alpha Grill
Arri’bin Hills Winery
Stutts House of BBQ Grill
Hands On Vocational Prep-offereing free training
Mama Yaas Plant Based Kitchen
SaaJee Wigs Boutique Beauty Supply & Specialty Gifts
Mena Steams
Sweet Lisa’s Cafe

Running Gov. Connie Johnson
Boozie Bae’s Bakery
Black Wall Street Market
Democratic Party
Glow’s Ice Cream

Maynard Family Chiropractic

Special Thank you to Chivas, manager of Lacy Park & Doris Marshall for stepping up in a major way

Our main Volunteers: Raheema Raheem, Rosa Addison, Michael Reed

Thank you from the bottom of my heart,

Dawn Tree


If you wish to donate to the youth economic fund as a tax-exempt write off thank you!