Calling all design enthusiasts! The Oklahoma County Medical Society Alliance presents their 30th Alliance Kitchen Tour this Sunday, Oct. 23, from 11 a.m. to 4 p.m. Six Nichols Hills-area homes will be featured on this year’s tour with a special focus on their stunning kitchen designs. Live music, a Diamonds Direct jewelry raffle, a Culinary Kitchen + Home table setting, fall arrangements by local florists, a Starbucks coffee bar, and an India & Ivy linens pop-up shop are also included in the tour.
Tickets are $20 each and available at www.ocmsalliance.org and Culinary Kitchen and Home, located at 7222 N. Western Avenue.
A Winning Event
Buy your tour tickets at Culinary Kitchen, and enter to win a $100 gift card to shop the store. The winner will be drawn and contacted after the tour day. Also, since pearls are the traditional 30th anniversary gift gift, Diamonds Direct will raffle a pearl-and-diamond necklace set during the tour. Raffle tickets are $20 each. Buy 5 tickets for $100, and receive a $100 gift card to Diamonds Direct, plus a special gift.
Promoting a Healthy Community
Keaton’s Kindness Foundation (K Club) and the Health Alliance for the Uninsured (HAU) are the Alliance’s 2022 beneficiaries. The K Club supports pediatric cancer patients who are treated at Oklahoma Children’s Hospital and the Jimmy Everest Center for Cancer and Blood Disorders and their families through financial assistance and random acts of kindness. HAU assists Oklahomans seeking basic health care, mental health, vision, dental and women’s health care, and it guides Medicaid enrollment to improve individual and community health outcomes. In addition, the tour funds year-round Alliance community service initiatives, in which the organization donates food, funds, goods and volunteer hours to organizations in Oklahoma County.
30 Years of Tours
The Alliance Kitchen Tour debuted in Oklahoma City in 1991. Born of an idea presented at a National Alliance meeting, the Oklahoma County Alliance Kitchen Tour has been a fall tradition for the past 30 years, except for a single cancellation in 2020 due to the COVID pandemic. To date, the annual tour has raised more than $650,000, while showcasing 150 homes in and around Nichols Hills.
For more information about the Alliance and this event, visit www.ocmsalliance.org.