You will be transported to lively New Orleans at the Tulsa Club Hotel, where a sting of nostalgia welcomes you as you enter into the glamour of an Art Deco past. A fun filled evening of dinner, dancing and live auction excitement awaits you, benefitting New Hope Oklahoma and their commitment to ending generational incarceration, one child at a time.
Be transported to lively New Orleans at the Tulsa Club Hotel, where a sting of nostalgia welcomes you. A fun filled evening of dinner, dancing and live auction excitement awaits you, benefiting New Hope Oklahoma and their commitment to ending generational incarceration, one child at a time. Event chair is Steve Turnbo of Schnake Turnbo Frank. NewHopeOklahoma.org.
Come together to support Tulsa’s award-winning alternative high school. Street Party funds more than 20 percent of the operating budget. Your sponsorship helps Street School transform lives of Tulsa’s most at-risk youth. Register early. Bring your company. Bring a friend. The silent auction, wine pull, dinner and dancing will not disappoint. 6-10 p.m. 2020 Chairs: Marnie and Shane Fernandez. StreetPartyTulsa.com
Some of Tulsa’s best chefs will provide small plates along with ample food stations provided by Chef Devin Levine. Seating will be more dynamic and there will be ample standing tables for those who want to mix and mingle. Featuring America's best party band, Party Crashers! 6 p.m. 2020 Event Chairs: Jess & Tom Biolchini. CCEOK.org/events
Named for the compassionate heart of community philanthropist Henry Zarrow, the event features an annual banquet and award presentation. The event recognizes someone who shares the philanthropic vision Mr. Zarrow embraced — an individual who is dedicated to transforming the Tulsa community by helping others. 6 p.m. 2020 Chairs: Dave and Susie Hentschel. 2020 Honoree: Tom Biolchini. Tickets: $1,000. TulsaDayCenter.org
An unscrupulous American naval officer (tenor Matthew White) marries a young Japanese geisha (soprano Maria Natale) who believes that their love is eternal, leading to a heartbreaking betrayal. TulsaOpera.com
The event is an annual gala that celebrates the accomplishments and victories of all those who support, volunteer and make strides against Alzheimer's. 2020 Memory Gala Chairs: Dr. Joseph and Mary Cunningham. MemoryGala.org
This traditional annual community event is open to the public, featuring thousands of discount-priced, gently-used, quality adult and children’s books, toys, games, movies, music, educational resources and more. The book fair is Saturday, February 29 from 8 a.m.-3 p.m. Tickets are $1 adults, children 18 years of age and younger are free. Tickets available at the door. HollandHall.org or 918.481.1111.
Red Ribbon Gala 2020 promises to bring a spectacular evening of glamour and fun! Most importantly, the event raises critical funds for Tulsa CARES and its work delivering social services to people affected by HIV/AIDS. Cocktails, dinner and dancing. Red Ribbon Gala Chairs: Dr. Deborah A. Gist and Rev. Mark Raymond Wood. RedribbonGala.org
Tulsa Stained Glass offers a variety of classes throughout the month and hosts private parties and corporate events. Learn stained glass construction, then design and make a beautiful stained glass piece. DoodleBohmBa workshops are state approved for Continuing Education Units (CEU’s). No experience required. For class schedule, details and reservations or to schedule an event visit TulsaStainedGlass.com.
It’s time once again for Green Country’s leading children’s and maternity consignment sales event. This is one-stop shopping with a great selection and awesome savings. The event begins 11 a.m. on March 1. Admission is $10 or FREE with a donation to Emergency Infant Services in the form of diapers, wipes and/or formula. All remaining days are FREE admission. Tulsa.JBFSale.com
Craft classes are free every Tuesday at 10:30 a.m. and Wednesday at 1 p.m. Story time is held on Thursday at 11 a.m. by Miss Carol Meyer who leads the kids in music and storytelling for 30 minutes of great active fun. Visit TulsaToyDepot.com for more information or call 918-938-0555.
Celebrate LIFE 2020 is the annual fundraising gall that fuels Life Senior Services' mission of promoting and preserving independence for seniors. Includes a live auction and raffle, March 5 at 6 p.m. at the Cox Business Center. Event chair Karen Keith and patron chairs Rod and Susan Nordstrom. LifeSeniorServices.org
Esperance Bakery invites you to read one novel each month by Oklahoma writers. The March meeting will discuss the book "Black Wall Street." Books are available for purchase in the Bakery. EsperanceBakey.com
Dive into uncharted waters and brain-teasing fun, all while raising funds for Family & Children's Services. You and your guests will enjoy an aquatic adventure filled with laughter, food and drink, team trivia, live auction, dancing and much more. March 7 at 6 p.m. at the Cox Business Center. Brainiac Ball Co-Chairs: Madison and Garrett Graves. BrainiacBall.com
Oklahoma’s largest home and garden products trade show is back with nearly 500 home improvement exhibitors offering ideas, expert advice and the latest product innovations for your home or garden. Presented by the Home Builders Association of Greater Tulsa. TulsaHBA.com
The Broken Arrow Community Playhouse is excited to present the gripping multimedia drama "And Then They Came For Me: Remembering the World of Anne Frank," March 20, 21, 22, 27, 28 and 29. Fridays and Saturdays are at 7:30 p.m. Saturdays and Sundays at 2:00 p.m. at the Playhouse located at 1800 S. Main Street in Broken Arrow. BACPTheatre.com
Tulsa Chorale presents this event featuring the choral music of Andrea Ramsey, Joan Szymko, Rosephanye Powell, Chen Yi, Patti Drennan and Jocelyn Hagen (with the composers in residence). TulsaChorus.com
1950s Chicago. Rosalia Carbone’s wedding day is marred by a violent murder, sparking a long-standing grudge between infamous rival mob families. When the Godfather, the feared patriarch of the family, is killed in a shootout, an enraged Rosalia takes his place. "Vendetta" is a thrilling show full of red-hot passion, anger and greed depicted through the beauty of dance. TulsaBallet.org
Botanical! is a three-day exploration of the flavors of the Middle East with Chef Gabriel Israel. Proceeds help support the Botanic Garden, a non-profit organization. April 3 is A Taste of Tel Aviv, April 4 is thePassport Dinner, and April 5 is The Tasting. TulsaBotanic.org