ART-N-STYLE HAIR SALON AND ART GALLERY
New artist, Shalla Javid, is opening her exhibit on Sat. from 6-10pm, 1334 E. 41st St., call 742-1550.
Wed., Sep. 5
Sept. Gallery exhibit. Meet the artist reception from 6-9pm at the Gallery and Sue Welch Hall, Equality Center, 621 E. 4th St. Call, 743-4297.
Thurs., Sep. 6
Color Connection Gallery, 2050 Utica Square. Opening reception 5-8pm. Gallery hours are Tues.-Sat. 10am-5:30pm. Call 742-0515 for more information. Thru Sep.
ADULT ART CLASSES
Ages 16+. 1400 Gilcrease Museum Rd., 596-2737 for details.
AUGUST @ M.A. DORAN
Featuring new abstract paintings from Dennis Johnson, color travel photos from Margaret Neely & B&W travel photos from Sam Joyner. M.A. Doran Gallery, 3509 S. Peoria, 748-8700.
Thru Sep. 1.
BLOWN GLASS ART INSTALLATION
Sarah Diggdon and Erich Minton of Tulsa Gathering Place, 19 E. Brady, have a new installation at The Wild Fork Restaurant, 1820 Utica Square. Thru Aug. 31.
Oil paintings by local Tulsa artist Doug Bauer. Frame Maker Gallery, 6201 E. 61st St., 492-4567, Tue-Fri 10am-6pm, Sat 10am-4pm. framemakergallery.com.
FACETS OF PERCEPTION
Still life collection with various paintings all containing one common element, in the Alexandre Hogue Gallery, 600 S. College, Phillips Hall. Call 631-2202 for more info. Thru Sep. 28.
Thanks to a grant from the Oklahoma Arts Council, everyone can enjoy free visits to Philbrook Museum from 5-8pm every Thursday. 2727 S. Rockford Rd., 748-5309.
Adults and kids 14 and over can make their own flower at the Tulsa Gathering Place, 19 E. Brady. Create a flower for $25 and pick it up the next day. Call 582-4527 or go to tulsagatheringplace.com for more info.
With Kessie Noel. Free live model every other Thursday (alternate male & female models). Come in & watch or bring your supplies & participate. Club 209 at Brady & Boulder.
Learn the art of oil painting. First Mondays of every month, 12-4pm. $25/class. Central Center in Centennial Park, 1028 E. 6th St. Call 593-1444 for more info and enrollment.
Exhibit of B. Vinson Lackey's Paintings of Historic Forts, Schools & Indian Agencies in Oklahoma. Gilcrease Museum, 1400 Gilcrease Museum Rd., 596-2700. Thru Sep. 30.
PAINT AT PHILBROOK
Take advantage of Philbrook's beautiful gardens and landscaping. Set up your easel and let inspiration take its course. Call 748-5309 for more information or go to philbrook.org.
Adult and kid's classes and studio space. Third Street Clayworks, 1001 E. 3rd St.; 585-CLAY.
SPACE SILENT SPIRIT
Maynard Dixon's American West, the Hays Collection. Gilcrease Museum, 1400 Gilcrease Museum Rd., 596-2700. Thru Sep. 30.
TRADITIONAL POTTERY CLASSES
Taught by Crystal Hanna at Gilcrease Museum. 1400 N. Gilcrease Museum Road. Thursdays, 6:30-9pm. Tuition is $120 with materials. Call 596-2700 or visit www.gilcrease.org for more info.
Thru Aug. 31
Open to amateur and professional photographers. Cash prizes will be awarded. Photographs should represent a season in Tulsa or one of the Tulsa Global Alliance eight Sister Cities. Entry forms at Tulsaglobalalliance.org/sistercities.
BLUES SOCIETY CALL FOR ENTRIES
Battle of the blues bands, a regional qualifier for the International Blues Challenge in Memphis. Entry forms and more information at bluessocietyoftulsa.com. Entry Deadline is Oct. 1.
CALLING ALL ARTISTS
TYPros is accepting submissions for the Next/Now Art Show. Deadline is Sep. 14. Contact Chris Oden at 560-0286, firstname.lastname@example.org or typros.org, for more information.
The Talk of Tulsa Show Chorus, rehearsals, auditions for singers and performers, 7-10pm Monday, Christ Church 109th and Yale Ave. 451-5771.
DOWNTOWN VARIETY SHOW
Now Interviewing Talent. Call 521-3299.
OFF-ROAD ARTISTS PERFORMING CO.
Looking for dancers, musicians & artists to perform, collaborate & create. Rehearsals in Fall. Visit offroadartists.com or myspace.com/offroadartists for more info. Thru Aug.
Sun., Sep. 2
CENTENNIAL FOLLIES WITH LARRY GATLIN
Featuring Larry Gatlin, Horseshoe Road, and other Oklahoma performers. Lloyd Noble Center, 2900 Jenkins in Norman, at 7pm. For more information or free tickets, call the NCVB at 800-767-7260 or go to visitnorman.com.
Sat., Sep. 1
"Pastel Landscapes" offers visual explorations of art materials and techniques. 10-11:30am. Pre-registration is encouraged. $8. Creative Learning Center, 1400 Gilcrease Museum Rd., 596-1400, www.gilcrease.org.
ADVANCED LI'L BIT TAE KWON DO
Tue. & Thu., 6-6:45pm, $90, Ages 5-7. Parental involvement encouraged but not required. Turner Community Center, 3503 E. 5th Pl., 746-5053
ALL-STAR TUMBLING & STUNTS
All skill levels through high school age can improve flexibility, strength, self-confidence & physical ability. Sat., 10am, 11am & 12pm. Glenpool/Jenks Rec Center, 13800 S. Peoria. 296-0425 for registration.
Program includes story time, puppet shows, crafts, songs and games. Oklahoma Aquarium, 300 Aquarium Dr., 96th St. Bridge and Arkansas River, Jenks; 528-1504, www.okaquarium.org.
Stories, songs and finger plays in Spanish & English. Ages 3-5. 10:30am Wednesdays. Martin Regional Library, 2601 S. Garnett, 669-6340.
CHILDREN & TEEN ART CLASSES
Afterschool art classes, Heidi Contreras Art Institute, Southminster Presbyterian, 3500 S. Peoria, 627-5924.
Fri 6-9pm. Helping kids recover from hurts using coping skills. Southern Hills Baptist, 5590 S. Lewis, 743-8897.
Books, music, rhymes, songs, and chants. For newborns to 3-year-olds and their caregivers. Thursdays, Helmerich Library. 10:15-10:30am. 596-2466.
KIDS' SEQUOYAH BOOK CLUB
For grades 3-5. 4-4:45pm. Broken Arrow Library, 300 W. Broadway. Call 251-5359 for book title and more info.
MARVELOUS MONDAY STORIES
Join Ms. Karen for stories and other fun activities. Ages 3-5. Hardesty Regional Library. 250-7307
MOMMY & ME PRESCHOOL ART
Fun art projects for 3-5 year-olds and their caregivers. Wed., 10:30-11:15am. $15/session. Glenpool/Jenks Rec Center, 13800 S. Peoria, Bixby. Call 746-3780 for details.
Holy Family Cathedral School, Tulsa's only center-city grade school is now enrolling for the 2007-2008 school year. Class sizes are small. Before school and after school care are available. Located at 8th & Boulder. Details at 582-0422.
Barthelmes Conservatory will offer a music and movement program for children, newborn-age 5, and the adults who love them. For more info, visit tulsaconservatory.com or call 794-0330.
MY FIRST STORYTIME
For newborn-2-year-olds and their caregivers. Various times and locations. Call 596-7977 or visit www.tulsalibrary.org for the storytime most convenient for you!
For ages 3-5. Various times and locations. Call 596-7977 or visit www.tulsalibrary.org for the storytime nearest you.
Every Tuesday, various preschool themes, preschool, snacks and crafts, Barnes & Noble, 5231 E. 41st St, 11am, 665-4580.
TEAM USA CHEERLEADING
For boys & girls 4-14. Thurs, 6pm. $5/class. Glenpool/Jenks Rec Center, 13800 S. Peoria. 361-6039 for more info & registration.
Toddlers ages 2-3 and their caregivers are welcome to join for stories, finger plays, and music. Mondays 10-10:20am and Tuesdays 6:30-7pm. Hardesty Regional Library. 250-7307.
Aug. 30-Sep. 8
FILMAKING TALENT SEARCH
OK Video X-Change accepting videos at Living Art Space, 308 S. Kenosha, in VHS, 8mm, Hi8, mini-DVD, or DVD-R formats. Go to Livingarts.org or call 585-1234 for more information.
Fri., Aug. 31
LA VIE EN ROSE
From the slums of Paris to the limelight of New York, Edith Piaf's life was a battle to sing and survive, live and love. Circle Cinema, 10 S. Lewis. 918-592-FILM or www.circlecinema.com for showtimes.
Wed., Sep. 5
BANFF FILM FEST
Features award-winning films and audience favorites from 300 films entered in the annual festival in Banff, Canada. Circle Cinema, 10 S. Lewis. 7pm with a social hour fundraiser from 4-6pm. $21 and all proceeds go to Kendall Whittier, Inc. Call 946-6567 to order tickets.
Fridays at 7pm. Sue Welch Hall, Equality Center, 621 E. 4th. 743-4297.
JOURNEY INTO AMAZING CAVES
See some wonders that exist right here on earth as some extreme athletes & extreme scientists risk it all for the love of discovery. Cinemark IMAX, 71st & Hwy 169. Showtimes at 307-2629.
THE ORDER OF THE PHOENIX
Catch the latest of the Harry Potter installments at Cinemark IMAX, 10802 E. 71st. Call 307-2629 for showtimes.
Sun., Sep. 2
PLAY SELECTION AT HELLER
The Heller Play Selection Committee meets every other Sunday. Free. Adults only, please call, 746-5065 for dates and times.
Tue., Sep. 4
TULSA AREA PRIMETIMERS
Mature gay and bisexual men enjoy social, educational, and recreational activities. Meets on the first Tues. of the month from 6-9pm, in the Conference Room of the Equality Center, 621 E. 4th. Call 743-4297.
BOOKS SANDWICHED IN
Book reviews 12:10-50pm every Mon in the Aaronson Auditorium at the Central Library, 4th & Denver. Visit www.tulsalibrary.org for book titles.
Fri 6-9pm. Adult Recovery from hurts, habits & hang-ups using coping skills, self discovery & the beatitudes. Southern Hills Baptist, 5590 S. Lewis, 743-8897.
Compare & contrast books made into movies and develop your critiquing skills. Mondays, 6:30-8:30pm. $30/month. Central Center in Centennial Park, 1028 E. 6th St. Call 593-1444 for more info and enrollment.
DRUMMERS FOR JESUS
First Tue of every month at 7pm at First United Methodist Church, 600 E. Okmulgee, Muskogee. Visit www.drummersforjesusok.com or call Jeffrey Jones 869-7540.
On Wed at 12pm, this personal & professional development group focuses on public speaking & communication skills. Schusterman-Benson Library, 3333 E. 32nd Pl. 459-9356 for questions.
FRIDAY EVE BOOK CLUB
Book discussion group meets the 3rd Fri. of every month at 7pm. Barnes & Noble, 8620 East 71st St.(Woodland Plaza). 814-4351.
GREEN COUNTRY OUTDOOR CLUB
Meets 2nd Thurs. 7:30pm. Hardesty Library, 8316 E. 93rd. Everyone who loves the outdoors is welcome. No dues, few rules. More info at geocities.com/gcoc_tulsa.
Grace Hospice offers a professionally led bereavement group At 3:30pm on Thurs & also 6pm on Mon. Participants will understand loss and build community with others dealing with the same. Free. More details at 744-7223.
Mon., 7-9pm. Adult Children of Alcoholics is a twelve-step, twelve tradition program of men & women who grew up in alcoholic or otherwise dysfunctional homes. Neill Equality Center, 621 E. 4th, 743-4297.
LUPUS GROUP OF TULSA
Every 3rd Thurs. monthly meeting, St. Francis Hospital, Educational Center, 461-2365.
MOTHERS AND MORE MEETING
Non-profit organization dedicated to improving the lives of moms. Hardesty Regional Library, 8316 E. 93rd St. 850-7652.
OKLAHOMA MOVIE MAKERS
Meetings every Thur. from 7-8pm at the Circle Cinema, 12 S. Lewis. open to the public. Everyone is welcome from actors to crew to movie buffs. The group website is www.groups.yahoo.com/group/oklahomamoviemakers.
SIDS/INFANT LOSS SUPPORT GROUP
6pm. 1st Mon. of each month. Tristesse Grief Center, 1709 S. Baltimore. $10 donation requested. Info at 587-1200.
2nd & 4th Fri. of the month. 9-11pm. Peace House, 306 S. Phoenix, 231-2514.
SUSTAINABLE GREEN COUNTRY MEETING
4th Fri. of the month. Help solve problems in Tulsa. 10am. Coffee House on Cherry St., 1502 E. 15th. More info at www.SustainableGreenCountry.org
TULSA AMPUTEE GROUP SUPPORT
First Monday of each month. 7pm. Center for Individuals with Physical Challenges, 815 S. Utica. Call 584-8607 for more info.
TULSA HERB SOCIETY
Meets Tuesdays at 9:30am. Tulsa Garden Society, 2435 S. Peoria, 746-5125.
TULSA INTL FOLK DANCERS
Every Fri. first visit free, thereafter $3/person, 7-8pm teaching session, 7-11pm, All Souls Unitarian Church, 30th & Peoria, 742-3579.
TULSA SKI CLUB
Meets every 2nd Tue. of the month. 7pm. Tulsa Elks Club, 5335 S. Harvard. Winter Ski trips, summer trips and activities. www.tulsaskiclub.com for more info.
TULSA HEARING HELPERS
Support groups for hearing loss, 2nd Thurs, every month, 10-11:30am, TSHA, 8740 E 11th St, 832-8742.
VISUALLY IMPAIRED SEEKING TECHNIQUE ALTERNATIVES
Meets each Wednesday at 1pm. Meetings feature dialogue concerning community resources, adaptive equipment, social activities, and supportive interactions. The Center for Individuals with Physical Challenges 815 S. Utica, 584-8607.
Aug. 30-Sep. 2
LAUGHS AT LOONEY BIN
Steve Hirst brings his British act to the Looney Bin, 6808 S. Memorial Dr., at 8pm and 10:30pm. Call 459-1017 for reservations, or visit looneybin.com for more info.
Sat., Sep. 1
COMEDY AT COWBOY SHARKIES
Comedians Cee Jay and David Glardon perform this Sat. at Cowboy Sharkies, 5840 S. Memorial. Call 280-9000 for more information. Showtimes are at 8pm and 10:30pm.
LAUGHTS AT LOONEY BIN
Robert Hawkins. 8pm and 10:30pm. $10. 6808 S. Memorial Dr., 459-1017 or go to looneybincomedy.com.
THINK YOU'RE FUNNY?
Every Wed. night. The Loony Bin, 6808 S. Memorial, gives amateurs a chance to get some laughs on stage & maybe more. Sign up at 6:45. Ladies' Night is every Thurs. and Service Industry Night is every Sun. Call 459-1017 for more info.
10am-noon, every Sat., $20 fee (includes guide and cd). Patti Johnson Wilson Center, 1910 S. Lewis Ave., 663-0377.
INTERCULTURAL SERVICE CENTER'S US
10am-noon, $20 fee, Patti Johnson Wilson Center, 1910 S. Lewis Ave, 663-0377.
ACCEPT THE CHALLENGE
Read Now needs volunteers to read one-on-one to pre-school children in selected childcare centers. If interested call 835-7878 or email email@example.com.
AMERICAN RED CROSS
Needs volunteers, can work with various skill levels. Email at firstname.lastname@example.org or call
DONATE YOUR OLD CAR FOR A GOOD CAUSE
Cars4Charities handles the entire donation process, turning cars into cash and sending the entire net proceeds to the charity selected by the donor. Old or new, running or not. Complete details at cars4charities.org or 1-866-448-3487.
Seeking volunteers. Areas of service include patient visits and family support, practical projects, office support, special events and projects. For more information, call 744-7223.
HOSPICE OF GREEN COUNTRY
Volunteers needed from Tulsa, Sapulpa, Jenks, Sand Springs, to help terminally ill patients & their families, 2121 S. Columbia Ave, Suite 200, & 1005 W. Archer, free training, 747-2273.
HOST AN EXCHANGE STUDENT
Education and Cultural Interactions. 742-0758, www.eciprograms.com
LOVE TO KNIT, CROQUET AND QUILT?
Stitches from the heart is in need of volunteers to knit little sweaters and hats for babies in need, which will be donated to hospitals all over the country. Patterns are available. Donated yarn also needed. Call 1-866-472-6903 or email email@example.com.
RED CROSS BABYSITTERS TRAINING
Ages 11-15. Learn how to safely care for children and become Red Cross certified. $30. 2nd & 4th Sat. of the month, 9am-4pm. 10151 E. 11th St. Enroll at 831-1126 or www.tulsaredcross.org
Hearing aid help for 65+. Donations of hearing aids no longer used, for more info, 832-8742.
Power Up! Plus computer classes for re-integrating ex-offenders. Call 280-8656
VOLUNTEERS OF AMERICA
A faith-based nonprofit organization. For information on volunteering for this program please call 307-3044.
VOLUNTEER FOR YOUTH AT HEART
Help shape, support, and encourage Tulsa's youth. Volunteers needed for tutoring and coaching. Interested adults should e-mail firstname.lastname@example.org or call 295-2522.
Aug. 31-Sep. 2
JOIN FIRST FAMILIES
Enroll at the Cherokee Heritage Center, 21192 Keeler, Park Hill. For more First Families info and apps, call the genealogy department at 456-6007, ext.239 or e-mail email@example.com.
Sun., Sep. 2
FIRST FAMILIES CHEROKEE REUNION
Cherokee Heritage Center, 21192 Keeler, Park Hill, 1-3pm. Current members and their immediate family will gather for food, fun and to learn about their Cherokee history. 456-6007, ext.239 or firstname.lastname@example.org.
BE A HOST FAMILY
STS is looking for families to host exchange students for the 07-08 school year. They have their own insurance & spending money. Call (800) 522-4678 or email email@example.com for more info.
HOST FAMILIES NEEDED
Youth For Understanding is seeking families to host international exchange students arriving in August. apply online at www.yfu-usa.org or call 800-872-0200.
Tue., Sep. 4
ARGENTINE TANGO FUNDAMENTALS
By Casa Tango, 4176 S. Birmingham Pl. $5 per class and starts at 8pm on Tues. and Thurs., 8 sessions in all. Call 744-5716 for more information.
AFRICAN DANCE CLASS
Thu., 7pm-8pm, Lacy Park (on Virgin between Peoria and Cincinnati). No need to sign up, no experience needed.
Show off your moves to the big band sounds of Kings of Music. Tuesdays, 7:30-9:45pm. $6/person. Moose Lodge, 7th & Garnett. Call 254-8167 for more info.
BALLROOM DANCE LESSONS
Basics including two step, waltz and swing. No partner required. New students welcome. Ages 21+. Every Tues., 6-7pm.
$5 per lesson, Central Center at Centennial Park, 1028 E. 6th St., 596-1444.
Every Mon & Thur at 7:30pm, Cherry St. Dance Studio, 2908 E. 15th. Classical Egyptian and exercises in the modern Suhaila Salimpour format. Beginners welcome. 749-5775 for more info.
Live your dream: learn to belly dance. Day & evening classes. Ages 5+. Shadia Dahlal Dance Conservatory, 4622 E. 31st St., 361-5386. www.shadia.com.
CLOGGING FOR ALL AGES
Mondays, 7:30-8:30pm, Cherry St. Studios, 2908 E. 15th St., 749-5775. www.cherrystreetstudios.com
COUNTRY LINE DANCE LESSONS
Ages 21 & over. Tuesdays, 6-7pm, $5 per lesson. Central Center at Centennial Park, 1028 E. 6th St., 596-1444
Learn to dance with Phoenix Singles. $3. Mondays, 6-7pm. CUMC, 3515 S. Harvard.
Learn basic styles, steps & techniques. Mondays, 7-8pm. $30/month. Central Center in Centennial Park, 1028 E. 6th St. Call 596-1444 for more info and enrollment.
LATIN AMERICAN DANCE
Learn or practice Salsa-Merengue-Bachata-Cha cha cha-Bolero. Mon: Level 1 @ 5:30pm & Level 2 @ 6:30pm. Jenks Dance Acad., 9416 South Elwood, 361-3871.
SWING DANCE LESSONS
Sun-Tue. great dance floor & smoke-free. Tulsa Swing Dance Club, 2735 S. Memorial. 66DANCE for times & more info.
TULSA INTL FOLK DANCERS
Every Fri. first visit free, thereafter $3/person, 7-8pm teaching session, 7-11pm, All Souls Unitarian Church, 30th & Peoria, 587-5604.
Thurs., 7pm. Shadia Dahlal Dance Conservatory, 4622 E. 31st St. More info at shadia.com or 361-5386.
Festivals & Carnivals...
Aug. 31-Sep. 2
DUSK TIL DAWN BLUES FESTIVAL
5pm-5am nightly, DC Minner's Down Home Blues Club, 701 DC Minner St., Rentiesville, Ok. $15 a day. dcminnerblues.com for more information.
Aug. 31-Sep. 2
GRAND LAKE MUSIC FESTIVAL
Jana Jae Fiddle Camp & Music Festival at Grand Lake with entertainment at various times throughout the weekend. Bring lawn chairs to Snider's Camp, Grove. 787-7760, grandlakefestival.com.
Oktoberfest at Choctaw Creek Park in the Festival Pavilion, from 4pm to midnight on Wed. and noon-midnight Thurs-Sat. Free. For information on music lineups, parking, shuttles and more, visit choctawfestival.org or call 405-390-8647.
Flora & Fauna...
Aug. 30-Sep. 2
OKLAHOMA REINING HORSE ASSOCIATION
Meeting at the Ford Truck Arena, Expo Square, 21st and Yale, 7am-8pm. Go to exposquare.com or call 376-6000.
Aug. 31-Sep. 3
OKLAHOMA PALOMINO EXHIBITORS
Meeting at Expo Square, 21st and Yale, 8am-8pm in the Super Duty Arena/ Barn D Arena. Go to exposquare.com or call 376-6000.
Sat., Sep. 1
INDIAN SUMMER BIRD FAIR
Hundreds vendor tables of bird related items at the Tulsa Convention Center, 100 Civic Center, 6th and Houston, from 9am-5pm. $2 per person, okbirds.com.
CALLING LOCAL FARMERS
Sell your items every Sat. morning downtown at Main & Brady for the Brady Village Market. Call Lola at 592-7995.
KEEPING UP WITH KEEPERS
Every 3rd weekend, you can get dirty with the keepers of the Tulsa Zoo, 6421 E. 36th St. N. $35 for ages 13+. Application & more info at tulsaaazk.org or 669-6882. Thru Oct.
LET TURLEY BLOOM
Community volunteer gardening group in Turley at the Community Center, 6514 N. Peoria. 2nd Tues., 7pm. More info at 794-4637 or www.turleyok.blogspot.com.
LOW COST VACCINATION CLINIC
11am-2pm every Thursday. SPCA, 2910 Mohawk Blvd, 428-7722.
Oklahoma Aquarium, 300 Aquarium Dr., 96th St. Bridge and Arkansas River, Jenks. Open daily from 10am-6pm and Tues. until 9pm. Visit www.okaquarium.org or call 296-3474.
Pet Assistance & Welfare Society (PAWS), animals for adoption, every other sunday, PetsMart, 71st & Mingo, 11-4, 376-2397.
PEARL FARMERS MARKET
Southwest corner of 6th & Peoria at Centennial Park. Thurs. 4-8pm. Locally and organically grown fruits & veg, plants, herbs, meats, organic breads, artisan goods, & live music. Thru Oct.4.
STREETCATS ADOPTION CENTER
Storefront run completely by volunteers, "kitty boutique. " The Farm Shopping Center, 5217 S. Sheridan, open with cats for adoption every Tues-Sat 10:30am-5:00pm, 298-0104.
TULSA ZOO FRIENDS
Sign up for a multi-year membership and save. Call 699-6603 or long on to www.tulsazoo.com.
URBAN COMMUNITY GARDEN
M-F, during operating hours. Learn about gardening & grow a garden in the park. Henthorne Rec Center, 4825 S. Quaker, 746-5053. Thru Aug.
Health & Well Being...
Sat., Sep. 1
HOPE HIV TESTING
Testing Clinic provides free HIV testing at the Equality Center, 621 E. 4th, on Tues & Wed from 6-8pm and Sat.,4-7pm. Call 743-4297.
Beginners-advanced. Mon. & Thurs. 5-6:30pm. $40/month. Glenpool/Jenks Rec Center, 13800 S. Peoria, Bixby. Call 746-3780 for details.
Mon. - Fri., 9:30-10:30am. $20/month. Henthorne Active Life Center, 4825 S. Quaker Ave., 746-5053
Available during business hours. $30/month for unlimited use. Henthorne Rec Center, 4825 S. Quaker, 746-5053.
HEALTHY COOKING CLASSES
Offering a variety of classes to meet your time needs and tastebuds. Wild Oats, 1401 E. 41st St. Call 712-7555 or visit www.wildoats.com for class titles and times.
JUDO & JUJITSU
Tue. and Thu. 6:30-8:30pm. Sat. 11am-1pm. Southcrest Wellness Center. 8801 S. 101st E. Ave. 294-4000 for more info.
LIVING WITH CANCER
Free adult support group for survivors or those battling cancer. Tuesdays, 10am. Holliman Building, Lower Level, 1705 E. 19th St.
Thurs. 8ma. Upstage Dance, 3948 S. Hudson. Contact Lucy at 633-8890.
For teens and adults. Wednesdays, 5:30-6:30pm. Cherry St. Studios, 2908 E. 15th St., 749-5775. www.cherrystreetstudios.com
$160 program to get you on the right track to a healthier life. Hillcrest at 1265 S. Utica Ave. Call 579-4959 for dates and times.
STRETCH & TONE FOR SENIORS
For ages 55+. Focus on flexibility, range of motion & strength. Mon., Wed., Fri., 9:30-10:30am. $15/month. Central Center in Centennial Park, 1028 E. 6th St. Call 596-1444 for more info and enrollment.
TAE KWON DO
This revered martial art teaches discipline of the mind, body, and spirit. Learn proper breathing, concentration, and balance. $15 for 4 classes. Mondays, 6:30-8pm, Henthorne Community Center, 4825 S. Quaker, 746-5053.
TAI CHI CHUAN
Gain inner strength while toning muscles, increasing flexibility and boosting immune power. Wed., 10am. $10/class. Glenpool/Jenks Rec Center, 13800 S. Peoria. 812-3033 to register.
Moms In Motion, Kid's Club, Therapeutic Aquatic Program and more, St John Medical Center, 1923 S. Utica Ave, 744-0123.
Mon. Gentle at 10am, Moderate at 6:30pm. 15140 N. 71st Pl. W., Skiatook. Contact Lucy at 633-8890.
YOGA FOR SENIORS
Designed especially for mature adults who want to increase their flexibility. Mats not provided. Tues., 5:45-7:15pm. $25/4 sessions. Central Center, 1028 E. 6th, 596-1444.
Thurs., Aug. 30
ENGAGE LIFE: MIND MATTERS
Working lunch seminar for mature adults at Woodland Terrace Retirement Community, 12-1pm, 9524 E. 71st St. Free. 250-3631 to reserve your spot.
Tue., Sep. 4
LAUGHING MATTER IMPROV
Classes at Heller Theatre, 5328 S. Wheeling, Tues. at 5:30-7pm. Call 746-5065 for more information.
Wed., 7:15pm. $10/session or $50/7. Students will learn about the methods and rhythms of this ancient form of expression. Drums provided. Living Arts, 308 S. Kenosha, 585-1234.
COMPUTER & WORD PROCESSING CLASSES
Tulsa Library offers beginning to advanced internet and Microsoft program classes. All are free, but pre-registration is required and limited. Visit www.tulsalibrary.org or call 596-7977 for class times, descriptions and locations.
FREE INTRODUCTORY LECTURE
On the Transcendental Meditation technique. Easy to learn, easy to practice, scientifically validated. Saturdays, 11am & 3pm. Other times by appointment. 1860 E. 15th St., 619-9311
INTRO TO MOSAICS
Six week sessions. Thurs., 6-9pm. $75/session. Glenpool/Jenks Rec Center, 13800 S. Peoria, Bixby. Call 746-3780 for details.
LIFE, LOVE & RELATIONSHIPS
Sessions every Mon. at 7pm via satellite. Central Nazarene Church, 7291 E. 81st, 252-5483.
Need a little help? Birthright at 6465 S. Yale, Ste. 604 offers free classes and lunch to those who seek it. Mondays, 11:30-12:30. Call 481-4884 for more info.
Sun., Sep. 2
Weather permitting. Emilia Earhart and Louis Thaden fly-in and presentation 5-7pm. Tulsa Air and Space Museum, 3624 N. 74th E. Ave. Free. 834-9900 ext.113 or TulsaAirandSpaceMuseum.com.
VFW Post 577, 1109 E. 6th St.; every Wed. & Fri. at 6pm; 585-9148.
Mon & Tues. 7 & 10pm. Beer Hunter Pub & Grill, 1205 New Sapulpa Rd.
1st Wed. of every month. 7:30pm. Dancing, drummers, potluck feast. Call for more info Christy 284-7012 or Star 437-2020.
KEEP COOL IN THE POOL
Walk-in pool that w/a diving board & two tube slides. Mon-Tues & Thurs 1-8pm. Fri-Sun 1-6pm. $1.50 for twelve & under and $2.50 for thirteen+. Glenpool Jenks Rec Center, 13800 S. Peoria, 746-3780.
Including Pizza Night, Hot Truck Night, Gaming Day, Soap Box, Hot Bike Night and Movie Night. Call for details. Onegroup Internet Café and Gourmet Coffee Shop, 3116 E. Pine. 835-3882.
ROAD RIDERS FOR JESUS
Tulsa Chapter meets the 4th Sat of each month, 1pm at the Village Inn, 5849 S. 49th W. Ave. All people/mototrcycles welcome. 447-8899 or www.roadridersforjesus.org for more info.
Tuesdays, 6-7:30, $1 Fee. Henthorne Community Center, 4825 S. Quaker, 746-5053
T&T CRUISE NIGHT
Hundreds of cars, trucks and motorcycles participate in burn out contests, flame throwing and more. Fun for the whole family. Oak Grove Shopping Center, off Hwy. 51 in Coweta; every Wed. 5pm-sunset; 918-486-3325.
TULSA FLEA MARKET
8am-4pm on Saturdays. Free Admission. Exchange Centers II & III at the Tulsa Fairgrounds. Call 744-1386 for more info.
Shop any of the retail shops at RiverWalk Crossing, across the 96th St. Bridge in Jenks, from 11am-3pm Wednesdays, and receive 15% off regular-priced items.
Thurs., Aug. 30
SUMMER'S 5TH NIGHT
Free smooth sax concert from Grady Nichols. 7-9pm. Utica Square, 21st & Utica.
Fri., Aug. 31
Featuring Taggiz, Cain's Ballroom, 423 N. Main. Doors open at 7pm. $26-$29 at cainsballroom.com or 866-443-8849.
Fri., Aug. 31
Lynyrd Skynyrd at the Buffalo Run Casino in Miami, 1000 Buffalo Run Blvd. $40. For tickets call 542-7140 ext. 2200, or gettix.net.
Fri., Aug. 31
SUNSET SERENADE CONCERT
Gospel singer, Halo Jordan, at Chandler Park, 6500 West 21st St. and Avert Dr, from 7-9pm. Bring a chair. Call 591-6053.
Tue., Sep. 4
With Silverstein and Comeback Kid, Cain's Ballroom, 423 N. Main. Doors open at 6:30pm, tix are $25.50-$27.50 at cainsballroom.com or 866-443-8849.
Wed., Sep. 5
DEF LEPPARD & STYX
Zoo Amphitheater, Oklahoma City. Get tickets at zooamphitheater.com or (800) 511-1552.
Wed., Sep. 5
FIESTA TIME AT THE LIBRARY
Salsa Rhythm Project from 12:10-12:50pm at Central Library Aaronson Auditorium, 400 Civic Center. Call 596-7977.
A NIGHT OF JAZZ
2nd & 4th Thur. of every month; Price Tower Arts Center, 510 S. Dewey Ave., Bartlesville; no cover charge; drinks, dinner and dessert available; 918-336-4949, www.pricetower.org.
NOONDAY CONCERTS AT TRINITY
Local and regional musicians and singers being a little delight to your lunch hour. Tuesdays, 12:05-12:35pm at Trinity Episcopal Church, 501 S. Cincinnati, 582-4128.
1st Thurs. Free & Open circle. Gypsy Coffee House, 303 N. Cincinnati. 6:30pm. More info at firstname.lastname@example.org.
SINGERS & SONGWRITERS
Free music from local and national acts. Sat & Sun. 2-6pm. Grape Ranch, Okemah, graperanch.com (918) 623-2250.
TULSA BOYS SINGERS
Tulsa Boy Singers, founded in 1948 meets at Trinity Episcopal Church, 501 S. Cincinnati every Mon & Thurs at 4:30pm . Ages 8-18. 585-BOYS.
TULSA COMUNTY COLLEGE COMMUNITY BAND
The TCC community band is enrolling for fall. Open to all qualified musicians, meets on Mondays at the SE Campus from 7-8:50pm, $59. Call 595-7766 to register. Thru Dec. 10.
TULSA COMMUNITY COLLEGE COMMUNITY ORCHESTRA
Perform music from Bach to Broadway with Tulsa's only community orchestra. All string players welcome; winds by audition only. Meets on Tuesdays at the SECampus from 7-8:50pm, $59. Call 595-7766 to register. Thru Dec. 4.
WORLD RHYTHM EXPERIENCE: A DRUM CLASS
With Michael Back. Wednesdays 7:15-9pm. Living Arts of Tulsa, 308 S. Kenosha. Call 585-1234.
ADULT WRITER'S GROUP
Get your creative juices flowing and share your words with others. Have a chance to perform them on stage later. Free. Wednesdays, 5:30pm. Heller Theatre, 5328 S. Wheeling, 746-5065.
OPEN MIC NIGHT
Every Tues., 8pm, Gypsy Coffee House, 303 N. Cincinnati Ave., 295-2181.
SHARON SMITH KNIGHT & FRIENDS
An evening of poetry & music at the Coffee House on Cherry St., 1502 E. 15th. 8pm. 1st & 3rd Thurs.
3rd Tues every month, 7:00 to 9:00pm at the Allee Beth Martin East Regional Library, 2601 S. Garnett
TULSA WRITER'S CAFE
Impromptu creative writing, critique and development of craft, 2nd & 4th Wed of every month. Harwelden, 2210 S. Main, 7-9pm, 746-7629.
WINTER WRITING CONTEST
Oklahoma writers are invited to enter the 1st Annual Winter Writing Contest sponsored by the Missouri Writers' Guild. Visit missouriwritersguild.org or e-mail Mary-Lane Kamberg at MLKwriter@yahoo.com for more information.
Every Sunday single activities with other Christian singles. Worship, bible studies, Sunday School, dances, volleyball, dance lessons, Christ Methodist Church, 3515 S. Harvard Ave, 9am, 747-8601.
Share some pie, coffee, fellowship, conversation and friendship; Christ United Methodist Chruch Activity Center, 35th St. & Harvard; 8pm; every Wed.
TLC: SINGLES SUPPORT GROUP Christ United Methodist Church, 3515 S. Harvard Ave. Room 132, Tues., 7-8:30PM. Free child-care with advance reservations, call 747-8601.
ADULT CHRISTIAN DANCE
Dance lessions, refreshments, and a variety of music, singles and couples are welcome, $6 per person, 8pm-11:30pm, every last Saturday of the month, Faith United Methodist Church, 7431 E. 91st St.
ALTERNATIVE SUNDAY SCHOOL AND DRUM CIRCLE
Guilt free Sunday fun for kids on a spiritual journey, Harmony Church, 9022 E. 31st, Sunday School 11am, Drum Circle 12:15pm, 665-0607, www.harmonytulsa.com.
Sundays, 6:30pm. Church at Battle Creek (W9), 3025 N. Aspen, BA. For more info, visit myspace.com/crossneckband.
Church of the Madalene, 3188 E. 22nd St.; 2nd & 4th Sat. of each month; 9am-1pm; $6 for each module; must register one week befor the scheduled module; www.dioceseoftulsa.org., 294-1904.
CHRIST UNITED METHODIST CHURCH
Please join us Sundays, 9:15 breakfast, fellowship, and music. 10:30 Sunday school, 11:45 contemporary worship, 35th Harvard.
No pews, no passing the plate, no perfect people. 10am Sundays. Equality Center, 621 E. 4th, 743-4297.
MUSLIM MID-DAY PRAYERS
2pm on Fridays, on the Communal Day of Prayer. If you are non-Muslim but are interested in visiting the mosque or watching the prayers, call 851-2428. Muslim Student Association at TU, 4th & Florence.
SATURDAY NIGHTS AT ROLLING STONE CHURCH
6-7pm, The night is still young if you have plans afterward. Refill worship 7:30pm. 1-hour event including eats, music & friends. People from all walks of life are welcomewww.rollingstonechurch.com, 918-402-5720, 1/4 mile east of 31st & Garnett
SPIRITUAL GATHERING FOR PEACE
A time for peace-makers to strengthen their spiritual resolve. Open to all faiths. Every Saturday, 6:00pm. Peace House of Tulsa, 306 S. Phoenix, 231-2514.
Sun. 9:30am. Beams of Light Family Church, 1724 S. Harvard.
V. Arkansas Travelers. 7pm. Drillers Stadium, 15th & Yale. Get tickets at the Box Office, tulsadrillers.com or 744-5901.
THAI BOXING SEMINAR
Jensen's Martial Arts, 4156 S. Mingo Rd, is hosting the two day seminar from 11am-5pm. Cost is $85 for one day and $135 for two days. Equipment is required. Call 627-8866 for more information.
V. Wichita Wranglers. 7pm Sat, 6pm Sun, 12pm Mon. Drillers Stadium, 15th & Yale. Get tickets at the Box Office, tulsadrillers.com or 744-5901.
Sun., Sep. 2
TU WOMEN'S SOCCER
Vs. New Mexico, Hurricane Stadium, 6th and Delaware, 1pm. Call for 631-GOTU for more information.
Wed., Sep. 5
ORU WOMEN'S SOCCER
vs. Arkansas, 7pm at the ORU Soccer Complex, 81st and Delaware. Free. orugoldeneagles.com for more information.
ADULT BASEBALL LEAGUE
Tulsa Metro Baseball Association is looking for adults 21+ to join one of twelve area teams. For more info, check out www.metrotulsabseball.org.
HALLETT MOTOR RACING CIRCUIT
Racing events ranging from vintage cars, SCCA, COMMA to motorcycles and more. Check out www.hallettracing.net or call Hallett Track Office 918-583-1134 for more information. Track location: 59901 E. 55 Road, Jennings, OK (Take HWY 51 to 412 and exit immediately after Turnpike Toll Booth)
MEN'S BASKETBALL LEAGUE
Mon & Wed., 6-9pm. Glenpool Jenks Rec Center, 13800 S. Peoria. Call 746-3780 for more info.
Roller Derby League is looking for women interested in joining the team. Send letter of interest to email@example.com or check out website at www.greencountryrollergirls.com
Want to play base ball the way it used to be? Seeking individuals 18+ who are interested in playing using 19th century rules/equipment--no gloves! Interested ballists contact Joshua at 749.6001.
Aug. 31-Sep. 1
ONE MAN SHOWS
"Born Screaming in America: A tribute to Bill Hicks" by Brian Rattlingourd every Friday and "Born Again Yesterday" by Justin McKean every Saturday. 8pm. Nightingale Theater, 1416 E. 4th St. 633-8666.
THE DRUNKARD & THE OLIO
Running since 1953, this Tulsa tradition remains one of the best things to do on a Saturday night. Fun for the whole family. Sing-a-long starts at 7:30, curtain at 7:45pm. $12/adults, $10/seniors, $5/kids. Call 587-5030 early in the week to reserve your spot at the Spotlight Theatre. 1382 Riverside Dr.
THE GREAT PASSION PLAY
Witness the greatest story ever told as never before. Eureka Springs. Various dates & times. Visit greatpassionplay.com or call (800) 882-7529 for more info & reservations. Thru October.
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