HEALTH & WELLBEING
CULTURE & LIFESTYLE
Savage Art Gallery
Savage Art Gallery is showing four exceptional Oklahoma artists this month. Savage Art Gallery artists: Robert Shinn, Doug Bauer, Pattie Calfy and Carrie Wilson.
Weekday- appointment only Saturdays-12:30 to 4:00
Savage Art Gallery
, 2205 E 6th St, (Kendell-Whittier).
The Green Collection of Rare Bibical Artifacts
On Jan. 30 – Feb. 2, Oral Roberts University is hosting a free exhibit featuring more than 50 select items in the internationally-known Green Collection. These artifacts are of great historical and biblical significance and will give Tulsans of all interests a free look at the history of the Bible-a book that has altered history, shaped culture, inspired minds and changed lives.
Free, 918-495-6161, mabeecenter.com
, 7777 S. Lewis Ave., Tulsa (South), 918-495-6000, mabeecenter.com
Eight Times Two
Included in the roster of artists are Ace Cuervo, Gwen Redcorn, Matthew Moffett, Kim Levin, Sallye Mann, and many others. Work will be for sale and all artists will be on hand for the champagne reception marking the opening. Sharon Cash is the curator and volunteer director of this effort.
, 1719 S Owasso, Tulsa (Midtown), 918-583-7121, tulsagogue.com
HOMEWARD BOUND PUG RESCUE
In desperate need of fosters in
the Tulsa area. If you or someone
you know would be interested in
fostering a pug please contact
Gail Tucker at 405-706-1492 or
LEARNING TO READ
Tulsa City-County currently has
more than 40 adults on a waiting
list for a reading tutor. To become
a tutor and register for training, go
to tulsalibrary.org/literacy or call
MEALS ON WHEELS
Needs volunteers, just 2 hrs. of
your time on the day of your choice.
RED CROSS BABYSITTERS TRAINING
Ages 11-15. Learn how to safely
care for children and become Red
Cross certified. $35. 10151 E. 11th
St. 918-831-1126 or tulsaredcross.org.
YOUTH PHILANTHROPY INITIATIVE
Incoming high school freshman and
sophomores in the Tulsa area are
wanted for the Youth Philanthropy
Initiative of Tulsa. Come learn
leadership, problem solving and
philanthropy with YPI. Visit ypitulsa.
org for more info.
OneVoice Legislative Reception
The Tulsa Regional Chamber invites its membership to the annual OneVoice Legislative Reception. Take this opportunity to hear the 2013 OneVoice legislative priorities, endorsed by more than 55 regional partners, and discuss these important issues with the region's elected officials.
$30 for members; $40 for non-members, 918-560-0212.
, 115 W. 5th St., Tulsa (Downtown).
HIV, HEPATITS B & C TESTING
Free confidential testing provided
by H.O.P.E. Walk in clinic. 5-8pm. No appointment
necessary. 3540 E. 31st St., Ste. 3
or call 918-749-TEST to make an
appointment during regular hours.
Narcotics Anonymous is an
association of recovering drug
addicts. Call 918-747-0017 for Tulsa
area meetings or go to na.org.
Program to get you on the right
track to a healthier life. Hillcrest at
1265 S. Utica Ave. Call 918-579-4959.
, 1265 S. Utica, (North).
Also by appointment.
Mondays-Thursdays, 6-8 p.m. and Saturdays, 6-8 p.m.
free, 743-4297, www.okeq.org
Rachel's Vineyard Retreats
Catholic Charities invites anyone who suffers from the pain of an abortion to attend this confidential retreat. One need not be Catholic to attend. The next retreat starts soon. For more information contact the Catholic Charities.
918-949-4673 or 877-HOPE-4-ME, www.rachelsvineyard.org
SPORTS LEAGUES AND BOOTCAMP FITNESS
Sign up for men’s basketball, co-ed
softball, men’s flag football, co-ed
kickball or co-ed sand volleyball at
offyocouch.com. Bootcamp fitness
classes are available Monday-
Thursday. Call 918-271-2965 for