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  1. Sep 15 / 1 / Gathering Place
    AARP Oklahoma is proud to sponsor Virtual Dog Play Wednesday with Gathering Place. The first Virtual Dog Play Wednesday is a 'tail'gate, just in time for football! Go to the Gathering Place Facebook page and share a photo of your dog's best game day. Use the hashtag #DogPlayWednesd ay for a chance to win a YETI cooler & YETI dog bowl. Remember... to post your pictures on the Gathering Place Facebook page! Learn all about it here -
  2. Sep 15 / Ahha Tulsa
    Today's the day! Tune in from 3:00-4:00 PM today to watch Tulsa talent Kalyn Fay and World Stage Theatre Company take on a national stage as part of #ArtsAcrossAmer ica by the The John F. Kennedy Center for the Performing Arts. Shout out to our friends at Woody Guthrie Center for helping us make this event happen!
  3. Sep 14 / Ahha Tulsa
    Don't miss our showcase of local Tulsa talent before a live national audience tomorrow! 3:00-3:30 PM - Enjoy the musical stylings of Cherokee songstress Kalyn Fay, performed live at Woody Guthrie Center 3:30-4:00 PM - Catch a few scenes from the World Stage Theatre Company production of Tulsa 21! written by playwright Tara Brooke Watkins, performed live at ahha Tulsa Tune in on our Facebook Live or watch the performances, part of the #ArtsAcrossAmer ica series, on the The John F. Kennedy Center for
  4. Sep 12 / Ahha Tulsa
    Today's the day! Hear from exhibiting artists, Guest Scholar, Dr. Stacy Pratt, and Exhibition Curator, Dr. heather ahtone during the Re/Convening: Native Arts of Oklahoma Virtual Artist Talk from 3-4 PM. To attend virtually, please visit the Facebook event page:
  5. Sep 11 / 25 / Philbrook Museum of Art
    DID YOU KNOW?: Designed by Twin Towers architect, Minoru Yamasaki, Tulsa, Oklahoma's Bank of Oklahoma Tower was completed in 1976. Yamasaki reprised the Twin Tower look at half the scale: 52 stories and 667 feet tall, to the Twin Towers' 110 floors (1,362 and 1,368 feet). In a 2008 issue of The Believer magazine, the building was referred to as The Lost Twin.
  6. Sep 10 / Ahha Tulsa
    We're ready to safely support local Mayfest artists while cheering on the home team! As FC Tulsa plays host to in-state rival OKC Energy, local artists will set up shop around the concourse at ONEOK Field for fans to browse and support their creative neighbors. With Mayfest 2020 cancelled this year due to the pandemic, FC Tulsa's weekend match will provide a backdrop for local Mayfest artists to showcase their work. While the live music and food vendors that typically accompany a full Mayfest art
  7. Sep 10 / Philbrook Museum of Art
    Tulsa Ballet dancers Chong Sun and Jaimi Cullen were supposed to get married this summer, but had to postpone! Learn about their careers and experiences dancing at home in tonight's virtual event with the Tulsa Ballet at 6pm:
  8. Sep 10 / Ahha Tulsa
    On Tuesday, September 15, tune in for a live Facebook performance with Tulsa artists as part of #ArtsAcrossAmer ica by The John F. Kennedy Center for the Performing Arts! 3:00-3:30 PM - Enjoy the musical stylings of Cherokee songstress Kalyn Fay performed live at Woody Guthrie Center 3:30-4:00 PM - Catch a few scenes from World Stage Theatre Company's production of Tulsa 21!, written by playwright Tara Brooke Watkins, performed live at ahha Tulsa
  9. Sep 09 / Philbrook Museum of Art
    From kids to adults! Learn more about the lives of four Tulsa Ballet dancers tomorrow night at 6pm! Advance tickets required at
  10. Sep 08 / Ahha Tulsa
    We are honored to partner with The John F. Kennedy Center for the Performing Arts to present local Tulsa performers as part of #ArtsAcrossAmer ica! This series, brought to you by Facebook, is a collaboration with arts organizations across the country and presents 20 weeks of free, online programming. On Tuesday, September 15, from 3:00-4:00 PM, tune in live on Facebook to watch Tulsa's own Kalyn Fay and World Stage Theatre Company perform before a national audience at ahha Tulsa and Woody Guthrie

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