Sep 26 Monday
Listen, sing along, and learn with Discovery Lab! Monday Morning Programming is an opportunity for early learners and their caregivers to participate in educational activities taught by our experienced educators.
Every Monday at 11:00 a.m., different programming is planned for museum guests.
Sep 27 Tuesday
This is a three-evening series on September 13, 20 and 27.
Adverse Childhood Experiences (ACEs) research found a direct correlation between a person’s experiences as a child and their overall health and behavior as an adult. During three consecutive weeks, attendees will learn about ACEs research, its impact on our community and the science of hope.
September 13Join us as we screen Resilience: The Biology of Stress & the Science of Hope, a documentary focused on ACEs research and “chronicling the dawn of a movement that is determined to fight back.”
September 20We will learn more about ACEs research, our individual ACEs score and being aware of other's lived experiences from Dr. Julie Cribbs and her team with The University of Oklahoma Anne & Henry Zarrow School of Social Work.
September 27“Hope is the belief that the future will be better and you have the power to make it so.” Nic Dubriwny with The University of Oklahoma Hope Research Center will discuss focusing on hope to improve one’s wellbeing.
Sep 29 Thursday
Los Angeles–based professional dance company Invertigo Dance Theatre (Invertigo) is offering weekly live Dancing Through Parkinson's (DTP) classes via Zoom on Thursdays at 1:30 PT/3:30 CT/4:30 ET. Visit invertigodance.org/dancing-through-parkinsons for more information. For the past nine years, the company has offered free (donations accepted) weekly dance classes in studios throughout Southern California to people living with Parkinson’s.
View the first online classes here: invertigodance.org/dancing-through-parkinsons.
The classes mirror the experience and progression of a professional dance class with movement executed from wheelchairs, walkers, chairs, or while standing. The curriculum is designed specifically to meet the needs of people with Parkinson’s disease from newly diagnosed to late stages. The series is equally beneficial for aging populations and anyone with a different neurological diagnosis.
The DTP online classes are modeled after the in-person studio classes. No dance experience is required to take part in the online or live classes. Teachers Kelsey Ang, Linda Berghoff, Heidi Buehler, Jess Evans, Haylee Nichele, and Rachel Whiting—representing the five different studio classes—each lead a segment featuring their unique styles and music selections. DTP participants move at their own pace, and every section of the class is designed with seated modifications for those who need to remain seated or who would like to take a break from standing. Classes are open to everyone; family and caregivers are also encouraged to participate.
Each session begins with a seated warm-up that incorporates breath work, upper body stretches, and joint mobility. Participants perform seated choreography, tap work, and muscular brain teasers. For the next section of the class, members progress into a modified ballet barre segment—either standing with a chair or sitting—and then move through standing or seated center traveling steps and enjoy some creative at-home improvisation. The class’s traditional end—a circle of gratitude—has been adapted into an individual hand-on-heart gesture, where all participants join in a collective breath of thanks for this opportunity to remain connected to community.
Oct 01 Saturday
Join us for a very special Shop 66 Saturdays on October 1st! In addition to Shop 66 Saturdays events, activities, and deals, we are hosting a Route 66 Vintage Shop Crawl featuring vintage shops and thrift stores along Tulsa’s stretch of Route 66!
Most Unique Find Contest:We are also hosting a Most Unique Find Contest! It’s free to participate and no purchases are required. As you’re on the Route 66 Vintage Shop Crawl, hunt through each location to find the most unique item and snap a photo of it. Then upload that photo to our Facebook page and tag the shop. At the end of the crawl, we will announce the winner on FB live at the shop with the most unique find. The winner receives $100!
Participating Locations:Participating businesses for Shop 66 Saturdays are located along all 28 miles of Route 66 in Tulsa. For businesses participating in the Route 66 Vintage Shop Crawl, visit our special crawl map: https://www.google.com/maps/d/u/0/edit?mid=1JVzNRd9m3oiWWsnPd4RH23BKWlPYztA&usp=sharing
Free Swag Bags:The first 100 shoppers will receive a free Shop 66 Saturdays limited edition tote bag with some swag. To snag a bag, visit the Tulsa Route 66 Commission pop up outside Generations Antique Mall (located at 4810 E. 11th St.) from 11 AM-4 PM (or while supplies last)!
Shop 66 Saturdays Events:-(7 AM - 11 AM) Get your local produce, dairy, meats, and Oklahoma made goods at the Tulsa Farmers’ Market (Admiral & Lewis)-(7 AM - 2 PM) Flowers & Brunch at Wildflower Cafe (1306 E. 11th St.) -(10 AM - 3 PM) Sky Gallery Outdoor First Saturday Art Market (1401 E. 11th St.)-(10 AM - 3 PM) Join Buck Atom’s Cosmic Curios and Decopolis for Meadow Gold Market Days with local art, food trucks, and more! (1347 E. 11th St.)-(11 AM - 2 PM) Stop by the Tulsa Route 66 Commission’s pop up booth outside of Generations Antique Mall. We’ll be giving away 100 free swag bags with coupons, travel info, and swag from local Route 66 businesses! (4810 E. 11th St.)-(11 AM-4 PM) Route 66 Vintage Shop Crawl & Most Unique Find Contest! View the Vintage Shop Crawl Map here: https://www.google.com/maps/d/u/0/edit?mid=1JVzNRd9m3oiWWsnPd4RH23BKWlPYztA&usp=sharing -(All Day) Purchase a tub of popcorn and receive a special prize from Circle Cinema (10 S. Lewis)
More Information:Check our Facebook page for a list of participating businesses, special events, pop ups, and deals: https://www.facebook.com/Tulsa66Commission.
Fer sure, you have to check this totally tubular show, oh my gawd. That sentence was probably said by a valley girl in the 80's about our show, most likely. So that means you have to, like, uh check it out, you know.
We will perform some funny games and scenes based on some fun suggestions all about the 80's. The cast will wear some cool 80's get-ups. The awesome music, like Duran Duran, will be playing. So pull up your polo shirt collar, throw on your best leg warmers and come on down!
A FUN filled Spook-tacular With:Carcinogen Daily,RedWitch Johnny,& Constant Peril
FREE ADMISSION!Rabbit Hole opens at 5pm for Drinks & Eats.Music Starts at 9pm.Costumes aren't Necessary, But encouraged.
Oct 06 Thursday
MUST SCHEDULE DONATION APPOINTMENT!
To schedule donation appointment, please log onto www.redcrossblood.org and enter sponsor word: Archwell OR contact Katie Seney at 918-346-8077.
Positive Space Tulsa announces its inaugural gallery exhibition featuring the work of Tulsa artist and contemporary figurative painter, Anne Pollard James (she/her/hers). Entitled Surfacing, Pollard James’s first solo exhibit will include her newest work exploring womanhood. She is interested in “the many ways women must navigate the spaces that surround them and take the space wanted in a place, made for and by men who really just want to keep women out.”
Surfacing will open 5-9pm, Thursday, September 15, 2022, and continue through October 27, 2022. Additional public programming will be announced. Gallery hours during the exhibit: Thurs, 6-8pm; Fri, 5-9pm; Sat, 12pm-5pm and by appointment.
Positive Space Tulsa is located at 1324 East 3rd Street, just east of Peoria Avenue on the south side of 3rd Street in the Pearl District. The gallery is barrier free throughout with an all gender, wheelchair accessible bathroom. Service animals are welcome. Masks are encouraged for non-vaccinated individuals.
Positive Space Tulsa was founded by local artist, Nicole Finley (she/her/hers). An art space dedicated to womxn* artists - the first and only in Oklahoma - Positive Space Tulsa has an exhibition space, three artist studios, and an outdoor space for gathering, exhibiting and studio artist creative work.
*Positive Space Tulsa believes: The letter “x” in womxn recognizes all women, including gender expansive identities. Positive Space Tulsa is for women, nonbinary, genderfluid, genderqueer, and agender artists (excluding those who identify as male/men). Womxn is pronounced the same as woman or women.
Vampires of the Wild West (A Parody) October 6-9th at TCCTulsa Community College Theatre Department presents, Vampires of the Wild West (a Parody) by Mark Frank. The production will be present at the Southeast Campus Pace Studio Theatre at 8pm October 6-8 and 2pm on October 9th. For tickets go to, https://pacetickets.tulsacc.edu/events or call 918-595-7777. Vampires of the Wild West welcomes us to Empire Valley in 1865 where a rogue vampire brood has taken over the town. Can a retired outlaw past his prime, named Jim Walker, put on his guns, and save the town? Vampires of the Wild West combines and parodies two popular genre styles of vampire and western movies. It is loosely inspired by the 1987 movie, The Lost Boys by Janice Fischer and James Jeremias and the 1992 movie, Unforgiven by David Webb Peoples. Characters and story lines are reimagined in this fun filled fang gun slinging adventure!! Rated PG for mild language and violence.