Community Calendar of Events

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Arts and Culture events


July 2024

Our Oily Past Exhibit at BAHM

July 1, 2024 | 8 a.m. - 4 p.m.

This Spring,the Bartlesville Area History Museum is proud to present: “Our Oily Past” on display from April 1st through July 1st, the exhibit takes visitors on a journey exploring the successes of H.V. Foster and how he turned visions of wealth into revolutionizing the nation’s energy industry by taking over the development of the oil and natural gas Blanket Leases which was then controlled by the business, the Indian Territory Illuminating Oil company (I.T.I.O). The exhibit will feature various artifacts from local oil companies like I.T.I.O and youngsters or the “young at heart” may enjoy our history of oil coloring station and gander through BAHMs turn of the century Nelson Carr One-Room School! Museum admission is free, but donations are always welcome. No reservation is necessary.

Location:

Bartlesville Area History Museum

401 S. Johnstone Avenue, 5th Floor, Bartlesville, OK 74003
Bartlesville, OK 74003

For more information, contact:


(918)-338-4290


Art Crawl on 66

July 5, 2024 | 6 - 8 p.m.

Experience art up close during the Art Crawl on 66 in Tulsa as artists bring imagination to life at local businesses. On the second Friday of the month from April to December, musicians, performers and visual artists will inspire patrons as they browse businesses and vendor booths. Kick the weekend off with a tour of historic places along The Mother Road, enjoying local restaurants and taking in the sights and sounds of Tulsa's art scene. 

Location:

Various Locations

Tulsa, OK 74107

For more information, contact:


(918)-445-4457
eat0@eau0eav0eaw0

www.route66mainstreet.com/events


First Friday Art Crawl

July 5, 2024 | 6 - 9 p.m.

Since 2007, the Tulsa Arts District has presented the community with rotating art displays as part of the monthly First Friday Art Crawl events. Every first Friday of the month, visitors can explore artwork inside galleries, studios and museums and catch a few live music performances or even an exciting fireworks display. As an added bonus, art crawlers can take advantage of free museum and gallery admission while shopping later than normal business hours would allow. Hit the district early for dinner, or stay a little later for a craft cocktail best enjoyed on an outdoor patio.

Location:

Various locations in Tulsa Arts District

Tulsa, OK 74103

For more information, contact:


(918)-527-8170

www.thetulsaartsdistrict.org/first-friday-art-crawl


Tulsa Farmer's Market

Every Saturday | 7 - 11 a.m.
July 6, 13, 20 & 27, 2024

Our primary objective is to provide a thriving marketplace for both local producers and consumers, solidifying our position as Oklahoma's premier farmers' market. We take pride in curating a diverse selection of vendors, all of whom share a deep commitment to delivering the highest quality products to our patrons. We understand that our success is not just measured in sales but in the impact we have on our community. By encouraging sustainable agriculture and responsible consumption, we strive to leave a positive, lasting impression on Oklahoma.

Location:

Kendall Whittier District

1 S Lewis Avenue
Tulsa, OK 74104

For more information, contact:

www.tulsafarmersmarket.org


Camp Philbrook: Ecoverse – Crafting Sustainable Poetry Zines, Ages 7-9

July 8, 2024

Explore the intersection of poetry and imaginative expression , sustainability, and creativity with local Black Moon artist Jiji Coul! Campers will craft unique poetry zines using recycled materials and vibrant hues from botanical and food dyes, turning nature’s beauty into verse. Jiji Coul is a Tulsa-based artist who specializes in oil paints and natural materials, and often repurposes items to give them a second life. She expresses her creativity by exploring themes of self-perception and inspires herself daily by embracing activities that challenge and scare her. Jiji also teaches private art lessons, fostering connections with people of all ages to help them navigate life creatively.

Location:

Philbrooke Museum of Art

2727 S. Rockford Road
Tulsa, OK 74105


Camp Philbrook: Book Nook Bonanza – Building Literary Works, Ages 9-11

July 8, 2024 | 9 a.m. - 12 p.m.

Embark on a whimsical journey with mixed media artist Kaci Burr, where literary worlds come alive through the enchanting art of crafting book nook dioramas. This camp encourages creativity and storytelling, offering a unique hands-on experience that combines literature and visual arts. Kaci Burr has been an artist, instructor, and event organizer in the Tulsa area for nearly a decade. Her preferred mediums are preserved insects, taxidermy specimens, and miniatures. Her experience working with ELL students and families uniquely allows her to connect with and teach a diverse group of people, no matter the age or language.

Location:

Philbrooke Museum of Art

2727 S. Rockford Road
Tulsa, OK 74114


Camp Philbrook: Botanic Beats, Ages 7-9

July 8, 2024 | 1 - 4 p.m.

Explore the fascinating world of plant-powered music and sound painting with local music recording artist Mark Kuykendall. Campers delve into botanical beats and use natural materials to create sonic landscapes, blending art and science for an immersive musical experience. Mark Daniel Kuykendall is an Oklahoman, artist, and producer. His work is generally characterized by his production style of melding electronically manipulated field recordings with dusty attic 8mm films. Graduating with an audio engineering degree from Full Sail Real World Education in 2003, he returned to his home town of Tulsa, Oklahoma to begin his journey into the world of sound. Over the past decade he’s constructed “Wild Mountain Studios” in the Osage Hills, founded ambient music label “Unknown Tone Records” in 2011, and hosted numerous courses and taught at local art camps focusing on found sound, collage, and bio sensory feedback (plant music).

Location:

Philbrook Museum of Art

2727 S. Rockford Road
Tulsa, OK


Camp Philbrook: Zine Zone – Your Tale, Your Canvas, Ages 9-11

July 8, 2024 | 1 - 4 p.m.

Location:

Philbrook Museum of Art

2727 S. Rockford Road
Tulsa, OK 74114


Sistine Chapel

July 8, 2024 | 6:30 - 7:30 p.m.

Join the Jenks Planetarium for a remarkable show where the planetarium is transformed into a recreation of the Sistine Chapel in Rome. Learn about the meanings behind the paintings, see the artistic scenes come to life and enjoy a retelling of the stories displayed in the chapel during this must-see show for art lovers. Notice: This show displays the real paintings as are seen in the Sistine Chapel in Rome, which contain some artistic nudity. Recommended for ages 8 & up.

Location:

Jenks Planetarium, Jenks High School

205 E. B Street
Jenks, OK 74037

For more information, contact:


(918)-299-4415
eat1@eau1eav1eaw1

www.jenksps.ce.eleyo.com/planetarium


Circle Cinema Film Festival

July 11-15, 2024

The Circle Cinema Film Festival features an exciting showcase of original storytelling through film, art, music, and experiences. A stellar lineup of diverse films and special guests will visit Tulsa during this four-day festival, including artists, writer and filmmakers shown at Sundance Film Festival and SXSW. This year's film programming will emphasize Oklahoma-centric independent films and filmmakers, including a mix of documentaries and features along with classic and silent films. Film buffs and fans will not want to miss all the film panels, discussions, events, and screenings during this festival at the historic Circle Cinema.

Location:

Circle Cinema

10 S Lewis Avenue
Tulsa, OK

For more information, contact:


(918)-585-3456
eat2@eau2eav2eaw2

www.circlecinema.org/ccff


Spin-n-Knit-In

July 13, 2024 | 1 - 4 p.m.

On the second Saturday of each month, drop by the farm to watch or participate as we fellowship and work hand crafts and fiber arts. Bring a craft to work on or come for a "free help session" with fiber arts such as spinning, weaving, knitting, crocheting, or felting. Shepherd’s Cross offers weaving and fiber arts classes year-round, on an individual or group basis. Shepherd’s Cross is an accredited Agritourism facility and a Made in Oklahoma Company that processes Animal Welfare Approved fiber (that is chemical free, hormone free, free range, all natural). Shepherd’s Cross hosts a mini wool mill, processing wool from their own sheep, raised on site. Heart of the Shepherd is the non-profit organization (501-C3) that operates at the farm and establishes wool mills in remote, impoverished areas around the world. Heart of the Shepherd teaches Biblical references to the harvest, the animals, farming, and gardening. Shepherd’s Cross and their unique Country Craft Shop is open Tuesday through Saturday 8:30 – 5:30, year-round (closed some holidays).

Location:

Shepherd's Cross

16792 East 450 Road
Claremore, OK 74017

For more information, contact:

Diane Dickinson
(918)-342-5911
eat3@eau3eav3eaw3

shepherdscross.com/spin-n-knit-in.html


Scottish Club of Tulsa’s Robert Burns Supper

July 13, 2024 | 5 - 10 p.m.

You don't have to be Scottish to join in on this fun and festive celebration of Scotland's most famous poet, Robert Burns. Hosted by the Scottish Club of Tulsa, this evening of pomp and circumstance will include delectable Scottish fare, inspirational toasts, live music, bagpipes, Scottish dancing and plenty of good cheer to go around. Whether you are a Robert Burns devotee or simply a lover of all things Scottish, you won't want to miss this fun and festive event in Tulsa.

Location:

American Legion

11328 E Admiral Place
Tulsa, OK 74116

For more information, contact:


(816)-807-6847
eat4@eau4eav4eaw4

www.scottishcluboftulsa.com/burns-supper


Stay Gold Session: Oil Painting: Tablescapes with Cheryl Capps Roach

July 14, 2024 | 1 - 4 p.m.

Learn the fundamentals of oil painting while drawing inspiration from vivid tablescapes featuring fruit, colorful vessels, and distinct textiles. This introductory course is designed for individuals with little or no prior experience in oil painting. Participants will work with specially sourced non-toxic oil paints and odorless mediums to explore color theory, mixing, value, composition, and more. Explore techniques unique to this medium under the guidance of professional painter Cheryl Capps Roach. The instructor will break down the basics to provide a deeper understanding of how to interpret a tablescape still life on a two-dimensional canvas. All supplies are provided; adults 55+.

Location:

Philbrook Museum of Art

2727 S. Rockford Road
Tulsa, OK 74114

For more information, contact:


(918)-749-7941

www.philbrook.org


Stay Gold Session: Beauty and the Beads with Katherine Penny Mitchell

Every Sunday | 2 - 4 p.m.
July 14, 21 & 28, 2024

Think of this as an art appreciation course with a twist…and a clasp! Each week, participants will create a blended jewelry design inspired by a selected painting or sculpture form the Philbrook collection. The class will first visit the galleries for an interactive discussion in the presence of the artwork to learn more about the piece and the artist who created it. Drawing inspiration from color, theme, style, and more, participants will assemble a beaded personal accessory as an artistic reflection. No prior jewelry-making experience is needed, and all materials are provided. Participants will learn basic beading and wire-working skills as well as tool techniques and related vocabulary. Adults 55+.

Location:

Philbrook Museum of Art

2727 S. Rockford Road
Tulsa, OK 74114

For more information, contact:


(918)-749-7941

www.philbrook.org


Starlight Series: “The Blue Marble"

July 16, 2024 | 8 a.m. - 10 p.m.

The Starlight Jazz Orchestra will present “The Blue Marble.” The Starlight Band is not only one of Oklahoma’s oldest performing institutions, it’s also Oklahoma’s only professional concert band, and is proud to be one of the oldest in the nation, in league with Dallas, Chicago, Detroit, and New York City. Today’s Starlight Band boasts up to 50 musicians from Signature Symphony, Tulsa Symphony Orchestra, and Bartlesville Symphony, as well as music educators from area schools and universities, both active and retired. Approximately 20 outstanding jazz musicians make up the Starlight Jazz Orchestra, and over the years our conductors have included such local legends as George Brite, Jimmie Saied, and L. Dale Barnett.

Location:

Guthrie Green

111 Reconciliation Way
Tulsa, OK 74103

For more information, contact:

www.guthriegreen.com/events


Philbark Dog Day

July 21, 2024 | 9 a.m. - 5 p.m.

You and your four-legged family members are invited for a tail-wagging good time sniffing all the smells in Philbrook Gardens. Please BYOB (bring your own bowl!) to fill at water fountains and enjoy a stroll and outdoor seating with your leashed canine friend. Dog Days will take place every third Sunday, from 9am to 5pm. Leashed dogs will be allowed throughout the outdoor Gardens. Dogs are not allowed inside the galleries. Service animals are always welcome.

Location:

Philbrook Museum of Art

2727 S. Rockford Road
Tulsa, OK 74105

For more information, contact:


(918)-749-7941

philbrook.org/calendar/philbark-dog-days-2024-07-21/


Seussical the Musical

Every Sunday, Thursday, Friday & Saturday | 7 - 9 p.m.
July 25, 26, 27 & 28, 2024

Tulsa Children’s Summer Theatre Presents Seussical, The Musical Tulsa Community College’s Children’s Summer Theatre and TCC Theatre presents Seussical, The Musical July 25, 26, 27 at 8pm, July 28th 2pm on the PACE Main Stage at Tulsa Community College Southeast. Seussical the Musical is written by Lynn Ahrens and Stephen Flaherty, and directed by Mark Frank. The Music Director is Martha Beaty and the Choreography is Jennifer Andrasko. The set designer is Aaron Kennedy. Other designers include costume designs by Emily Westerfield, sound by Ally Hardsaw, lighting design by Stephanie Stone, properties design by Moriah Jestus, and hair and make-up design by Sarah Saltzberg. The production stage managers are Stephanie Stone and Jenna Soltis. The cast consists of forty young actors ages 6-17. Seussical the Musical brings to life the whimsical world of Dr. Seuss, combining characters and stories from several of his beloved books. The story follows Horton the Elephant, who discovers a speck of dust containing a tiny community called Whoville, home to the WHO’s. As Horton faces ridicule and disbelief from the other animals in the Jungle of Nool, he vows to protect the WHO’s, including their spirited representative, JoJo. Along the way, Horton encounters other familiar characters like the mischievous Cat in the Hat, Gertrude McFuzz, and Mayzie La Bird. Through a series of adventures and challenges, Horton learns about friendship, loyalty, and the power of believing in oneself and others. Seussical the Musical celebrates the imagination, resilience, and importance of believing in the unseen. It reminds audiences of all ages that even the smallest voice can make an enormous difference and that true kindness and acceptance come from understanding and embracing our differences. With its vibrant characters and infectious music, the musical encourages us to cherish our individuality and to always stand up for what is right, no matter how unconventional it may seem. Ultimately, "Seussical" is a heartwarming journey that inspires us to see the wonder in our world and the potential for magic in every person and every speck of dust. For tickets call 918-595-7777 or go to pacetickets.tulsacc.edu/events

Location:

Tulsa Community College Southeast PACE Main Stage

10300 East 81st Street
Tulsa, Ok 74133

For more information, contact:

Mark Frank
(918)-595-7777
eat5@eau5eav5eaw5

pacetickets.tulsacc.edu/events


Route 66 Heritage Festival

July 26-27, 2024

Downtown Miami comes alive at the end of July with two full days of bands, food trucks, marketplace vendors and a car & bike show as part of the Route 66 Heritage Festival. On Saturday, attend the Car & Bike Show held on the south end of Main Street, or take part in a fun poker run that will take you across town. Take your crew to see the magic show for kids and participate in the corn hole tournament. Enjoy live music, a beer garden and much more. Save the date for the Route 66 Heritage Festival in Miami.

Location:

111 N Main Street
Miami, OK 74354

For more information, contact:


(918)-542-4435
eat6@eau6eav6eaw6

www.visitmiamiok.com


August 2024

First Friday Art Crawl

August 2, 2024 | 6 - 9 p.m.

Since 2007, the Tulsa Arts District has presented the community with rotating art displays as part of the monthly First Friday Art Crawl events. Every first Friday of the month, visitors can explore artwork inside galleries, studios and museums and catch a few live music performances or even an exciting fireworks display. As an added bonus, art crawlers can take advantage of free museum and gallery admission while shopping later than normal business hours would allow. Hit the district early for dinner, or stay a little later for a craft cocktail best enjoyed on an outdoor patio.

Location:

Various Locations, Tulsa Arts District

Tulsa, OK 74017

For more information, contact:


(918)-527-8170
eat7@eau7eav7eaw7

www.thetulsaartsdistrict.org/first-friday-art-crawl


Art Crawl on 66

August 2, 2024

Experience art up close during the Art Crawl on 66 in Tulsa as artists bring imagination to life at local businesses. On the second Friday of the month from April to December, musicians, performers, and visual artists will inspire patrons as they browse businesses and vendor booths. Kick the weekend off with a tour of historic places along The Mother Road, enjoying local restaurants and taking in the sights and sounds of Tulsa's art scene.

Location:

Various Locations

Tulsa, OK 74107

For more information, contact:


(918)-445-4457
eat0@eau0eav0eaw0

www.route66mainstreet.com/events


Tulsa Farmer's Market

Every Saturday | 7 - 11 a.m.
August 3, 10, 17, 24 & 31, 2024

Our primary objective is to provide a thriving marketplace for both local producers and consumers, solidifying our position as Oklahoma's premier farmers' market. We take pride in curating a diverse selection of vendors, all of whom share a deep commitment to delivering the highest quality products to our patrons. We understand that our success is not just measured in sales but in the impact we have on our community. By encouraging sustainable agriculture and responsible consumption, we strive to leave a positive, lasting impression on Oklahoma.

Location:

Kendall Whittier District

1 S Lewis Avenue
Tulsa, OK 74104

For more information, contact:

www.tulsafarmersmarket.org


Stay Gold Session: Beauty and the Beads with Katherine Penny Mitchell

Every Sunday | 2 - 4 p.m.
August 4, 11 & 18, 2024

Think of this as an art appreciation course with a twist…and a clasp! Each week, participants will create a blended jewelry design inspired by a selected painting or sculpture form the Philbrook collection. The class will first visit the galleries for an interactive discussion in the presence of the artwork to learn more about the piece and the artist who created it. Drawing inspiration from color, theme, style, and more, participants will assemble a beaded personal accessory as an artistic reflection. No prior jewelry-making experience is needed, and all materials are provided. Participants will learn basic beading and wire-working skills as well as tool techniques and related vocabulary. Adults 55+.

Location:

Philbrook Museum of Art

2727 S. Rockford Road
Tulsa, OK 74114

For more information, contact:


(918)-749-7941

www.philbrook.org


Woodcarving & Folk Arts Festival

August 9-10, 2024 | 9 a.m. - 5 p.m.

Witness seasoned craftspeople transform wood, ceramics, and other materials into works of art at the annual Woodcarving & Folk Arts Festival in Broken Arrow. For over 30 years, this event has celebrated the art of folk crafts and traditional carving practices from across multiple states. Other art forms represented include stained glass, mosaics, letterpress printing and much more. Artists of all levels can partake in seminars for beginners ages 13 and over each afternoon, or attend demonstrations and displays of various wood art forms. Judging for numerous categories begins Friday, and wood and tool vendors will also be present throughout the event. Explore the possibilities of wood and other folk arts with acclaimed exhibitors at this two-day event.

Location:

Broken Arrow Community Center

1500 S Main Street
Broken Arrow, OK 74012

For more information, contact:


(918)-743-0403
eat9@eau9eav9eaw9

www.eowa.us/index.html


Spin-n-Knit-In

August 10, 2024 | 1 - 4 p.m.

On the second Saturday of each month, drop by the farm to watch or participate as we fellowship and work hand crafts and fiber arts. Bring a craft to work on or come for a "free help session" with fiber arts such as spinning, weaving, knitting, crocheting, or felting. Shepherd’s Cross offers weaving and fiber arts classes year-round, on an individual or group basis. Shepherd’s Cross is an accredited Agritourism facility and a Made in Oklahoma Company that processes Animal Welfare Approved fiber (that is chemical free, hormone free, free range, all natural). Shepherd’s Cross hosts a mini wool mill, processing wool from their own sheep, raised on site. Heart of the Shepherd is the non-profit organization (501-C3) that operates at the farm and establishes wool mills in remote, impoverished areas around the world. Heart of the Shepherd teaches Biblical references to the harvest, the animals, farming, and gardening. Shepherd’s Cross and their unique Country Craft Shop is open Tuesday through Saturday 8:30 – 5:30, year-round (closed some holidays).

Location:

Shepherd's Cross

16792 East 450 Road
Claremore, OK 74017

For more information, contact:

Diane Dickinson
(918)-342-5911
eat3@eau3eav3eaw3

shepherdscross.com/spin-n-knit-in.html


All I Really Need to Know I Learned in Kindergarten

Every Friday & Saturday | 7:30 - 9:30 p.m.
August 16, 17, 23 & 24, 2024

The Broken Arrow Community Playhouse Proudly Presents “ALL I REALLY NEED TO KNOW I LEARNED IN KINDERGARTEN” Based on the books by Robert Fulghum. Conceived and adapted by Ernest Zulia. Music and Lyrics by David Caldwell. Tickets on sale Now! Call our Box Office 918-258-0077 to purchase tickets or Buy Online www.bacptheatre.com Adults $22, Child/Student/Senior/Military $20 *Groups of 10+ Save $2 per Ticket!* Performance dates August 16-25 Fridays and Saturdays at 7:30 PM/Sundays at 2:00 PM The Broken Arrow Community Playhouse is proud to present the musical All I Really Need to Know I Learned in Kindergarten for two weekends¬ – August 16-25. Friday and Saturday shows are at 7:30 p.m. and the Sunday matinees are at 2 p.m. All I Really Need to Know I Learned in Kindergarten takes a funny, insightful, and heartwarming look at what is profound in everyday life. This stage adaptation of Fulghum’s book is an evening of theatrical storytelling, with humorous vignettes and delightful music reminding all that a child-like approach to life is one we all could embrace. Scott Brister, who co-wrote and served as musical director for the BACP’s 2022 production of Christmas in My Hometown and was on the creative team for 2023’s variety Christmas show Hometown Holiday Happenings, will make his BACP directorial debut. Brister’s wife, Janet, will serve as the show’s musical director. The extended ensemble cast includes a mix of BACP stage veterans and newcomers: Milan Anich, II, Julia Chapman, Mark Courcier, Lani Cowen, Steve Cowen, Julie Culley, Tanner Daniels, Kent Dittmer, Mackenzie Egger, Jody Graham, Eric Harp, Paul Henry, Ryan Mash, Larisa Olinghouse, Charmin Richardson, Sarah Schudt, Mallory Sepulveda and Natasha Taylor. For more information or to purchase tickets for All I Really Need to Know I Learned in Kindergarten, please call the BACP at 918-258-0077 or online at https://www.bacptheatre.com/tickets . The BACP is located in The Main Place at 1800 S. Main in downtown Broken Arrow. All I Really Need to Know I Learned in Kindergarten Produced by special arrangement with THE DRAMATIC PUBLISHING COMPANY of Woodstock, Ill. This production is made possible in part by grants from the Oklahoma Arts Council and the National Endowment for the Arts. The Broken Arrow Community Playhouse is a member of the Oklahoma Community Theatre Association and the American Association of Community Theatre.

Location:

Broken Arrow Community Playhouse

1800 S. Main St.
Broken Arrow, OK 74012-6503

For more information, contact:

Sherry Hacker
(918)-258-0077
eat11@eau11eav11eaw11

ci.ovationtix.com/36169/production/1196819


Jazz on the Green

August 17, 2024

Save the date! Jazz on the Green returns on Saturday, August 17, 2024. Artist lineup TBA.

Location:

Guthrie Green

111 E Reconciliation Way
Tulsa, OK 74103

For more information, contact:

www.guthriegreen.com/events


All I Really Need to Know I Learned in Kindergarten

Every Sunday | 2 - 4 p.m.
August 18 & 25, 2024

The Broken Arrow Community Playhouse Proudly Presents “ALL I REALLY NEED TO KNOW I LEARNED IN KINDERGARTEN” Based on the books by Robert Fulghum. Conceived and adapted by Ernest Zulia. Music and Lyrics by David Caldwell. Tickets on sale Now! Call our Box Office 918-258-0077 to purchase tickets or Buy Online www.bacptheatre.com Adults $22, Child/Student/Senior/Military $20 *Groups of 10+ Save $2 per Ticket!* Performance dates August 16-25 Fridays and Saturdays at 7:30 PM/Sundays at 2:00 PM The Broken Arrow Community Playhouse is proud to present the musical All I Really Need to Know I Learned in Kindergarten for two weekends¬ – August 16-25. Friday and Saturday shows are at 7:30 p.m. and the Sunday matinees are at 2 p.m. All I Really Need to Know I Learned in Kindergarten takes a funny, insightful, and heartwarming look at what is profound in everyday life. This stage adaptation of Fulghum’s book is an evening of theatrical storytelling, with humorous vignettes and delightful music reminding all that a child-like approach to life is one we all could embrace. Scott Brister, who co-wrote and served as musical director for the BACP’s 2022 production of Christmas in My Hometown and was on the creative team for 2023’s variety Christmas show Hometown Holiday Happenings, will make his BACP directorial debut. Brister’s wife, Janet, will serve as the show’s musical director. The extended ensemble cast includes a mix of BACP stage veterans and newcomers: Milan Anich, II, Julia Chapman, Mark Courcier, Lani Cowen, Steve Cowen, Julie Culley, Tanner Daniels, Kent Dittmer, Mackenzie Egger, Jody Graham, Eric Harp, Paul Henry, Ryan Mash, Larisa Olinghouse, Charmin Richardson, Sarah Schudt, Mallory Sepulveda and Natasha Taylor. For more information or to purchase tickets for All I Really Need to Know I Learned in Kindergarten, please call the BACP at 918-258-0077 or online at https://www.bacptheatre.com/tickets . The BACP is located in The Main Place at 1800 S. Main in downtown Broken Arrow. All I Really Need to Know I Learned in Kindergarten Produced by special arrangement with THE DRAMATIC PUBLISHING COMPANY of Woodstock, Ill. This production is made possible in part by grants from the Oklahoma Arts Council and the National Endowment for the Arts. The Broken Arrow Community Playhouse is a member of the Oklahoma Community Theatre Association and the American Association of Community Theatre.

Location:

Broken Arrow Community Playhouse

1800 S. Main Street
Broken Arrow, OK 74012

For more information, contact:

Sherry Hacker
(918)-258-0077
eat11@eau11eav11eaw11

ci.ovationtix.com/36169/production/1196819


Maker Faire Tulsa

August 24, 2024 | 10 a.m. - 5 p.m.

Experience a day of creativity during the award-winning, family-friendly Maker Faire Tulsa hosted at Tulsa Expo Square. In celebration of technology, education, science, arts, crafts, engineering, food, sustainability and making of all kinds, over 150 "makers" and inventors will fill the Exchange Center with amazing projects and ideas. Makers include artists, engineers, scientists, and anyone else who has something they've made or a concept they have come up with and want to display. Many projects combine creativity and resourcefulness to create products that are useful and appealing. The day includes demonstrations from makers and fun, interactive shows that put their passions to the test. Come see what people are creating to make the world a better place, and arrive early to have enough time to see all of the exhibits and shows.

Location:

Tulsa Expo Square

4145 E 21st Street
Tulsa, OK 74112

For more information, contact:


(918)-779-6025
eat13@eau13eav13eaw13

tulsa.makerfaire.com/


September 2024

First Friday Art Crawl

September 6, 2024 | 6 - 9 p.m.

Since 2007, the Tulsa Arts District has presented the community with rotating art displays as part of the monthly First Friday Art Crawl events. Every first Friday of the month, visitors can explore artwork inside galleries, studios and museums and catch a few live music performances or even an exciting fireworks display. As an added bonus, art crawlers can take advantage of free museum and gallery admission while shopping later than normal business hours would allow. Hit the district early for dinner, or stay a little later for a craft cocktail best enjoyed on an outdoor patio.

Location:

Various Locations, Tulsa Arts District

Tulsa, OK 74017

For more information, contact:


(918)-527-8170

www.thetulsaartsdistrict.org/first-friday-art-crawl


Art Crawl on 66

September 6, 2024

Experience art up close during the Art Crawl on 66 in Tulsa as artists bring imagination to life at local businesses. On the second Friday of the month from April to December, musicians, performers, and visual artists will inspire patrons as they browse businesses and vendor booths. Kick the weekend off with a tour of historic places along The Mother Road, enjoying local restaurants and taking in the sights and sounds of Tulsa's art scene.

Location:

Various Locations

Tulsa, OK 74107

For more information, contact:


(918)-445-4457
eat0@eau0eav0eaw0

www.route66mainstreet.com/events


Inola Hay Day 2024

September 6-7, 2024

63rd Annual Inola Hay Day. Parades, rodeo, hay bale contest, craft fair, games for all ages, live entertainment, raffles, food trucks and much more. Fun for the entire family!

Location:

Downtown Inola

Inola, OK

For more information, contact:


eat15@eau15eav15eaw15


Tulsa Farmer's Market

Every Saturday | 7 - 11 a.m.
September 7, 14, 21 & 28, 2024

Our primary objective is to provide a thriving marketplace for both local producers and consumers, solidifying our position as Oklahoma's premier farmers' market. We take pride in curating a diverse selection of vendors, all of whom share a deep commitment to delivering the highest quality products to our patrons. We understand that our success is not just measured in sales but in the impact we have on our community. By encouraging sustainable agriculture and responsible consumption, we strive to leave a positive, lasting impression on Oklahoma.

Location:

Kendall Whittier District

1 S Lewis Avenue
Tulsa, OK 74104

For more information, contact:

www.tulsafarmersmarket.org


Spin-n-Knit-In

September 14, 2024 | 1 - 4 p.m.

On the second Saturday of each month, drop by the farm to watch or participate as we fellowship and work hand crafts and fiber arts. Bring a craft to work on or come for a "free help session" with fiber arts such as spinning, weaving, knitting, crocheting, or felting. Shepherd’s Cross offers weaving and fiber arts classes year-round, on an individual or group basis. Shepherd’s Cross is an accredited Agritourism facility and a Made in Oklahoma Company that processes Animal Welfare Approved fiber (that is chemical free, hormone free, free range, all natural). Shepherd’s Cross hosts a mini wool mill, processing wool from their own sheep, raised on site. Heart of the Shepherd is the non-profit organization (501-C3) that operates at the farm and establishes wool mills in remote, impoverished areas around the world. Heart of the Shepherd teaches Biblical references to the harvest, the animals, farming, and gardening. Shepherd’s Cross and their unique Country Craft Shop is open Tuesday through Saturday 8:30 – 5:30, year-round (closed some holidays).

Location:

Shepherd's Cross

16792 East 450 Road
Claremore, OK 74017

For more information, contact:

Diane Dickinson
(918)-342-5911
eat3@eau3eav3eaw3

shepherdscross.com/spin-n-knit-in.html


Chalk it Up Arts Festival

September 27-28, 2024

Visit Broken Arrow this September for the Chalk It Up Arts Festival. This unique event, which occurs alongside the Broken Arrow Rose Festival and Rose Kites Over Broken Arrow, will provide a spectacular weekend full of family-friendly fun. Activities include an amazing chalk art competition, live music, street performers, a rose show and rose-themed art exhibits. The shops on Main Street will be open for festival goers to shop and local artists will be showcasing their wares. Local restaurants as well as food trucks will also be open to satisfy whatever your palate might desire. Join in this celebration of artwork and roses for an incredible weekend in Broken Arrow.

Location:

302 S. Main Street
Broken Arrow, OK 74012

For more information, contact:


(918)-936-2806
eat17@eau17eav17eaw17

www.artsok.org/chalkitup


Broken Arrow Rose Festival

September 27-28, 2024

The Broken Arrow Rose Festival offers family-friendly fun to all. True to its name, the Rose Festival features roses, along with live music, artist booths, vendors, and food trucks. Speak to the garden experts and view beautiful roses showcased in the Rose Show at this annual community event. Held in conjunction with the Rose Kites over Broken Arrow event and Chalk It Up Art Festival, guests are invited to celebrate the city where roses bloom during three days of Broken Arrow festival fun, with activities for all levels of rose enthusiasts.

Location:

302 S. Main Street
Broken Arrow, OK 74012

For more information, contact:


(918)-574-4222
eat18@eau18eav18eaw18

www.keepbabeautiful.org/rose-festival


October 2024

Holiday Craft Food & Gift Bazaar

October 11-12, 2024 | 9 a.m. - 5 p.m.

Located at Rhema Ninowski Center, shop from over 100 local Oklahoma vendors selling crafts, specialty foods, handmade fun gifts, holiday decorations, childrens items, pet accessories and so much more! Many of our vendors are non-profit fundraising for their organizations. Free admissions & parking. Friday, Oct. 11th get your shopping bag with coupons and helium balloons for the kids! Saturday, Oct. 12th will be free charicature drawings! Refreshments onsite.

Location:

Rhema Ninowski Center

1367 W. Kenosha/71st St.
Broken Arrow, OK 74012

For more information, contact:

Gretchen

eat19@eau19eav19eaw19


Spin-n-Knit-In

October 12, 2024 | 1 - 4 p.m.

On the second Saturday of each month, drop by the farm to watch or participate as we fellowship and work hand crafts and fiber arts. Bring a craft to work on or come for a "free help session" with fiber arts such as spinning, weaving, knitting, crocheting, or felting. Shepherd’s Cross offers weaving and fiber arts classes year-round, on an individual or group basis. Shepherd’s Cross is an accredited Agritourism facility and a Made in Oklahoma Company that processes Animal Welfare Approved fiber (that is chemical free, hormone free, free range, all natural). Shepherd’s Cross hosts a mini wool mill, processing wool from their own sheep, raised on site. Heart of the Shepherd is the non-profit organization (501-C3) that operates at the farm and establishes wool mills in remote, impoverished areas around the world. Heart of the Shepherd teaches Biblical references to the harvest, the animals, farming, and gardening. Shepherd’s Cross and their unique Country Craft Shop is open Tuesday through Saturday 8:30 – 5:30, year-round (closed some holidays).

Location:

Shepherd's Cross

16792 East 450 Road
Claremore, OK 74017

For more information, contact:

Diane Dickinson
(918)-342-5911
eat3@eau3eav3eaw3

shepherdscross.com/spin-n-knit-in.html


November 2024

Spin-n-Knit-In

November 9, 2024 | 1 - 4 p.m.

On the second Saturday of each month, drop by the farm to watch or participate as we fellowship and work hand crafts and fiber arts. Bring a craft to work on or come for a "free help session" with fiber arts such as spinning, weaving, knitting, crocheting, or felting. Shepherd’s Cross offers weaving and fiber arts classes year-round, on an individual or group basis. Shepherd’s Cross is an accredited Agritourism facility and a Made in Oklahoma Company that processes Animal Welfare Approved fiber (that is chemical free, hormone free, free range, all natural). Shepherd’s Cross hosts a mini wool mill, processing wool from their own sheep, raised on site. Heart of the Shepherd is the non-profit organization (501-C3) that operates at the farm and establishes wool mills in remote, impoverished areas around the world. Heart of the Shepherd teaches Biblical references to the harvest, the animals, farming, and gardening. Shepherd’s Cross and their unique Country Craft Shop is open Tuesday through Saturday 8:30 – 5:30, year-round (closed some holidays).

Location:

Shepherd's Cross

16792 East 450 Road
Claremore, OK 74017

For more information, contact:

Diane Dickinson
(918)-342-5911
eat3@eau3eav3eaw3

shepherdscross.com/spin-n-knit-in.html


December 2024

Spin-n-Knit-In

December 14, 2024 | 1 - 4 p.m.

On the second Saturday of each month, drop by the farm to watch or participate as we fellowship and work hand crafts and fiber arts. Bring a craft to work on or come for a "free help session" with fiber arts such as spinning, weaving, knitting, crocheting, or felting. Shepherd’s Cross offers weaving and fiber arts classes year-round, on an individual or group basis. Shepherd’s Cross is an accredited Agritourism facility and a Made in Oklahoma Company that processes Animal Welfare Approved fiber (that is chemical free, hormone free, free range, all natural). Shepherd’s Cross hosts a mini wool mill, processing wool from their own sheep, raised on site. Heart of the Shepherd is the non-profit organization (501-C3) that operates at the farm and establishes wool mills in remote, impoverished areas around the world. Heart of the Shepherd teaches Biblical references to the harvest, the animals, farming, and gardening. Shepherd’s Cross and their unique Country Craft Shop is open Tuesday through Saturday 8:30 – 5:30, year-round (closed some holidays).

Location:

Shepherd's Cross

16792 East 450 Road
Claremore, OK 74017

For more information, contact:

Diane Dickinson
(918)-342-5911
eat3@eau3eav3eaw3

shepherdscross.com/spin-n-knit-in.html


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