Looking for a night out that's equal parts fun and meaningful?
Cacti & Cocktails is an exciting live and silent auction event benefiting Red Earth. Get ready for an wonderful evening, as we gather together to raise funds for an incredible cause. With a variety of unique items up for bid, including art, jewelry, and one-of-a-kind experiences, there's something for everyone. Best of all, your participation directly supports Red Earth's mission. So grab your friends, don your favorite garden party attire, and get ready for a night of giving back!
Join us for a beautiful evening at the Will Rogers Conservatory.
Reserve your tickets by April 10th.
Bid on a diverse selection of items, donated by local artists and businesses.
This event is a great opportunity to not only support our organization but also to discover and collect unique and one-of-a-kind items.
Heavy hors d'oeuvres, wine & beer.
Get ready for an exciting night of bidding. Our live auction will feature a diverse range of valuable items, including high-end artwork, unique experiences, and much more. Don't miss this chance to score big-ticket items while supporting a great cause. Proceeds from the auction will benefit Red Earth Inc.
Don't miss out on the fun of our silent auction. Browse through an array of unique items, including gift baskets, artwork, and more. This is the perfect opportunity to score some one-of-a-kind finds, all while supporting Red Earth Inc.'s mission. Whether you're looking for a special gift or just want to treat yourself, this silent auction has something for everyone.
Calling all wine lovers! Take part in our wine pull - a chance to take home a bottle of wine! Simply purchase a wine pull ticket and you'll be guaranteed to win a bottle of wine. This is the perfect opportunity to try something new or add to your collection, all while supporting Red Earth.
The jewel of the Gardens is the Ed Lycan Conservatory
A glass-enclosed Lord & Burnham greenhouse inspired by 19th-century Victorian architecture. The greenhouse was installed in the Will Rogers Gardens in 1936, and later named after Ed Lycan, the first employee of the Oklahoma City Parks Department. A 2013 renovation project revitalized the historic structure, and the Conservatory now houses one of the state’s largest permanent collections of cactii and succulents.