BROKEN ARROW, Oklahoma - Preparations are underway for the final day of Broken Arrow's 5th annual Rose Festival.

Families enjoyed day one of the festival with live music, arts and crafts for kids, vendors, and of course, lots of roses.  In addition, more roses could soon be on the way to the Rose District. The non-profit "Keep Broken Arrow Beautiful" hopes to raise enough money to build at six-and-a-half acre rose garden. 

"Oh, I love that idea because I love the rose garden in Tulsa. That's a place I've gone ever since I was a little kid. So I think putting one in out here is great," said Bill Goree a vendor at the event. 

Sunday is the last day, starting at 10 in the morning and finish around four.