Give the Gift of Wood Fired Pizza
Go to Upper Crust this holiday season for toasty, crave-worthy pizzas. New York-style pies paired with a superb wine list stand the test of time. Visit ucpizza.com/menus for the full menu and wine list.
Upper Crust is is great for family celebrations, friend reunions and office holiday parties. With menu options for vegetarians and gluten-free, they have something for everyone.
Looking for the perfect gift? Gift cards are available for purchase at ucpizza.com/gift-cards.
“Decorating the Tree”
Music and lights, laughter and fun! Experience the drama of Christmas, December 19-23, at the ORU Timko Barton Performance Hall located at 7777 S. Lewis Ave. Expect a performance by Scott C. Lovett & Aflame featuring such songs as “Jingle Bells,” “Let it Snow,” and more.
“Decorating the Tree” is a stage drama with video that focuses on the various stresses that occur each holiday season. It also reveals the hearts and attitudes of the family interactions to reveal the true nature of Christmas. DecoratingTheTree.com
Unique Gift or Holiday Décor
Tulsa Stained Glass hosts a variety of classes and December is filled with fun holiday themes.
Date Night: Enjoy a special evening with a friend making a stained glass sculpture. Fee includes project materials and a light dinner. Friday, December 13th.
Ladies Night Out: Bring a friend or meet new friends. Fee includes project materials and a light dinner. Tuesday, December 17th.
Additional classes include Wacky Wednesday, Ring Things and Stained Glass Expressions. No experience required.
For reservations visit TulsaStainedGlass.com.
Cirque du Soleil “AXEL”
Cirque du Soleil is back on ice with “AXEL,” a new electrifying experience fusing world-class ice skating with breathtaking acrobatics.
Follow Axel and his dynamic group of friends whose passion for live music and graphic arts come to life in an exhilarating adventure that reminds us that our dreams are within reach.
Get ready for awesome music, astonishing projections, and stunning acrobatic skating performances. Performances will be January 16-19, at the BOK Center. CirqueduSoleil.com/AXEL
Circle Cinema presents “White Christmas” (1954)
A Circle Cinema yearly tradition returns for the holidays beginning December 13th. Irving Berlin’s musical favorite follows the talented song-and-dance team of Bing Crosby and Danny Kaye, who join forces with the sister act of Rosemary Clooney and Vera-Ellen for a musical Christmas in Vermont. Select screenings will be special Sing Along events. Tickets are $9.50/$6.50 and Sing-Along screenings are $12/$10. CircleCinema.com
Garden of Lights
Tulsa Botanic Garden offers an illuminated escape from the holiday hustle and bustle with Garden of Lights from 5-10 p.m., Thursday – Sunday, November 29 until January 5. Stroll through whimsical displays in the Children’s Discovery Garden as well as elegant views and dazzling lights in the Tandy Floral Terraces. For details on Botanical St. Nick, model trains, train rides and tickets visit TulsaBotanic.org. The Tulsa Botanic Garden is located at 3900 Tulsa Botanic Dr., in Tulsa.
Castle Christmas at the Castle of Muskogee
Drive through Castleton Village filled with over 2,000 holiday displays and thousands of colorful lights. Open every night through December 31, 5:30 -10 p.m. Take a train ride through the Village or ride the ponies – all weather permitting. Stop inside The Castle for the Christmas Shoppe, free family movies, unique merchants, and the Cafe. Make ornaments in Santa’s workshop and warm up by the fireplace. Free admission – donations are gratefully accepted. OKCastle.com
Also visit The Garden of Lights at Honor Heights Park in Muskogee, a display of over 1 million lights.