HEALTH & WELLBEING
CULTURE & LIFESTYLE
Before I Die Wall
Sounding board/art project/contest entry. Before I Die wall offers a chance to write down (and read) a wish before dying, whether death is imminent or not. Location to rotate. Take Heart Tulsa picks monthly winner to make someone's wish come true.
Back Alley Blues & BBQ
, 116 S. Elgin Ave., Tulsa (Downtown), 918-728-8300.
Experience artists within the same bloodline displaying their generational talent together. Through May 25.
, 211 S. Main St., Broken Arrow, (Broken Arrow).
The Hardesty Arts Center debuts its inaugural Artist In Residence art exhibition. Site Unseen features Eyakem Gulilat’s photographs focused on the history of the Greenwood District. Through May 19.
Hardesty Arts Center
, 101 E. Archer St., (Downtown).
Storytelling, with a free book to each child. For ages 2-5.
, 1520 N. Hartford, (North), 596-7280.
Day of the Child Celebration
Play a parachute game, read stories and make a paperbag kite. Each child gets a free book. Ages 3-5.
, 4th & Denver, (Downtown), 918-596-7977.
Explore cultures from around the world with crafts, activities and music. Children get a free book.
Martin Regional Library
, 2601 S. Garnett, (East), 918-669-6340.
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.
Mayor's Open Forum
Tulsa Mayor Dewey F. Bartlett Jr., and Tulsa city councilors are hosting a series of City Hall in Your Neighborhood public meetings aimed to gather constituent input on funding city needs through the Third Penny Sales Tax and General Obligation Bond Issue prior to a vote planned for November 2013.
Hamilton Elementary School
, 2316 N. Norwood Pl., (North).