Toyland Ball, held January 19 at 6 p.m., is The Parent Child Center’s annual signature fundraising event. This black tie gala with a whimsical theme offers an elegant evening of dinner and dancing, with a live auction. The mission of The Parent Child Center of Tulsa is to prevent child abuse and neglect through education, treatment and advocacy. ToylandBall.com
“Yesterday, Today & Tomorrow – The Dream is Forever” The intent of the MLK Day Parade is for participants of all ages to have fun, remember Dr. King’s legacy and how they can be a part of keeping his dream alive. Each year over 100 entries participate with themed floats, music and marchers. MLKTulsa.com
The 16th Annual Green Country Home and Garden Show returns to the Exchange Center at Expo Square the last weekend in January. Plan on joining us to get a jump start on your spring home improvement projects. ExpoSquare.com
Stand-up comedian Brian Regan brings his tour to Tulsa on January 25th! Regan has distinguished himself as one of the premier comedians in the country. The perfect balance of sophisticated writing and physicality, Brian fills theaters nationwide with fervent fans that span generations. For information and tickets: BradyTheater.com/event/brian-regan
Be the first to see the 2019 line up of boats & RV’s and accessories. From fishing boats to pontoon boats, cruisers to ski boats, wakeboard boats, inflatables, and personal watercraft all at the absolute best prices of the year. Great prices on docks, decks, boat lifts, water toys, and other accessories! ExpoSquare.com
Jules Boutique is having a Liquidation Sale thru February 15 at the 121st & Sheridan location only. Jules will be moving into The Market at Walnut Creek located at 81st & Harvard. JulesBoutique.shop
After a brief closure for remodeling and holiday vacation, Esperance Bakery reopened with new hours: Tuesday-Friday 6:30 a.m-2 p.m. and Saturday 7:30 a.m.-12 p.m. Esperance makes fresh, handmade croissants and other indulgences using organic flour, butter, sugar, milk, cream and as many other organic ingredients as they can. EsperanceBakery.com
Craft classes are free every Tuesday at 10:30 a.m. and Wednesday at 1 p.m., and Story Time is held on Thursday at 11 a.m. Miss. Carol Meyer leads the kids in music and story-telling for 30 minutes of great active fun. Visit TulsaToyDepot.com for more info or call 918.938.0555. Classes vary.
The 33rd Annual Tulsa Women’s Lifestyle & Home Design Expo is packed with more than 200 booths with the very best in shopping, fashion, food, cosmetics, jewelry, travel, financial planning and home design. Children 12 and under free. WomensLivingExpo.com
Named for the compassionate heart of community philanthropist Henry Zarrow, The Heart of Henry features an annual banquet and award presentation honoring those changing lives of the homeless community. The 2019 Heart of Henry Award Recipient is Judy Kishner. Proceeds benefit the Tulsa Day Center for the Homeless. Feb.9th. For information and to support the Tulsa Day Center visit TulsaDayCenter.org
Walter White, who emerged with a personal voice on both trumpet and flugelhorn, joins the Signature Big Band to cook up a batch of super-hot, brass-heavy jazz, featuring a soaring solo trumpet, exciting original compositions, and unique arrangements of classic jazz standards! SignatureSymphony.org or call 918-595-7777.
An enchanting tale of adventure, friendship, and love adapted from the much-beloved book "The Little Prince" by Antoine de Saint-Exupéry. A prince befriends a pilot whose plane crashes, and takes the audience on a magical journey. Children can wear their pajamas. Times vary. TulsaOpera.com
Tulsa Route 66 Main Street presents the “The East Meets West” fund raising event which includes a dinner and 50's style sock-hop dance showcasing the Fabulous Mid-Life Crisis Band. Feb. 16th. For more info, call 918.269.7598, email at email@example.com or visit Rt66MainStreet.org.
Theatre Tulsa presents My Fair Lady, one of the most beloved musicals of all time! Professor Henry Higgins seeks to prove he can make anyone a lady – even the brash and bawdy cockney flower girl Eliza Doolittle. She started as his challenge; she became his inspiration! TulsaPAC.com
For the past 59 years, Holland Hall has hosted the state’s largest used book sale. This annual community event offers affordable, gently-used, quality books, toys, games, and educational resources. Tickets are $1 with 18 and under free. Open to the public. Feb. 23rd. HollandHall.com