Expressions of Equality. Don't miss the Morecolor art exhibition, a Tulsa Pride show and sale of artwork from more than 60 visual artists. The art show features a special performance by TuMM, surprise guests, body art works runway, a cash bar and catering by TW's AFAB. The exhibit is free and lasts until June 17 from 6-9pm at the Dennis R. Neill Equality Center, 620 E. 4th St. Visit morecoloart.com for more info.
Breaking box office records all over Europe, The Intouchables is an uplifting comedy about friendship, trust and human possibility. The film, based on a true story, follows the "adventures" of a handicapped millionaire and his ex-con caretaker who, at first glance, would seem to never fit well together. The film will open at Circle Cinema, 10 S. Lewis Ave. For more information visit circlecinema.com or call 918-529-FILM.
¡Vámonos! Come celebrate culture and heritage at the 6th annual Hispanic Heritage Run, a great way to get some exercise and have some spirited and flavorful fun. Registration will begin at 7:30am, and races will start around 8:15am. The run will be held throughout downtown, starting at 3rd St. and Boston Ave. and winding through Veteran's Park before heading to the finish line. The Hispanic Heritage Run is certified by U.S.A. Track & Field. For more information visit hispanodetulsa.com.
All you need are keys. As part of the Oklahoma Israel Exchange, the Oklahoma Jazz Hall of Fame, 111 E. 1st St., is hosting the 2012 Young Artist Competition. These are young pianists aged 21-28 who wish to enhance and share their gift. The winner of the competition will be presented at several concerts throughout Israel in 2013. This event is free of charge and open to the public. For more information visit okjazz.org.
Money fore college. Turn Tulsa Pink at the Putting Fore Pink Golf Classic benefitting college students affected by cancer. Enjoy a round at Meadowbrook Country Club, 9300 E. 81st St., or become a sponsor for the event. For further information, including team registration and sponsorship info., visit turntulsapink.org.
Cultural Awareness. Celebrate and respect the arts, education, diversity, positivity, music, dance and history at Leon Rollerson's Juneteenth Celebration in celebration of Black Awareness at the Oklahoma Jazz Hall of Fame, 111 E. 1st St. Artists, educators and speakers from all over will come together from June 18-22 for a week long celebration to acknowledge the history of Juneteenth and the ending of slavery and to commemorate the Tulsa Race Riot. Visit rollersonproductions.com for more info.
Pop, lock and drop it. The Tulsa Convention Center, 100 Civic Center, presents the Talent on Parade National 2012 Dance Competition. The phenomenal traveling dance tournament will return to T-Town as part of its National Finals. Come and see some amazing talent as they dance their way to fame. Several events will be taking place so be sure to check out talentonparade.com to be sure to catch the best acts.
Vroom vroom.Come and cheer on fearless drag racers at the TNT Regional at Tulsa Raceway Park, 3101 N. Garnett Rd. This drag racing event will be held at the best track around, and offer spectators a thrill. Come on out for nice weather, nice cars and plenty of speed. For more information log onto tulsaracewaypark.com or call 918-437-7223.
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