POSTED ON FEBRUARY 8, 2012:
Jazz Hands. Get your heart pumping to raise money for the American Heart Association. Jazzercise for Heart is a citywide benefit with two classes, Jazzercise cardio and Guts and Butts body sculpting, at Redeemer Church, 5145 E. 101st St., 5:15-8pm. Fifteen local vendors will be there for your shopping needs as well. With door prizes and a Grand Prize for whoever earns the most money, this event is good for your body, wallet and soul. Call 918-494-7075 for more information.
Arr, Matey! Are ye ready for this adventure? North Intermediate High School in Broken Arrow, 808 E. College St., presents Adventures of Fearsome Pirate Frank, Feb. 9-10 at 7pm. Voyage out into the high seas with a musical that is sure to have yer parrot singin' along. See ba.k12.ok.us for more information.
Get a Room!. Who wouldn't want to see a puppet peep show? The Tulsa Little Theater, 1511 S. Delaware Ave., hosts a night full of provocative puppets in Puppets Gone Wild: The Improv Show!, at 8pm. This racy, adult themed spectacle promises to be totally dirty and totally fun, but not appropriate for the kiddos. Call 918-749-0020 for more information.
Hole in One. Celebrate the 10th anniversary of the Tulsa Golf Expo at the Hard Rock Casino, 777 W. Cherokee St., in Catoosa, from 10am-6pm. Get swingin' and win a flatscreen, golf simulator or other prizes when you show your stuff in the putting, long drive and hole-in-one contests. Stock up on gear and apparel necessary to improve your game, intimidate competitors and look good doing it. See golfoklahoma.org for more information.
Special Speakers. The BOK Center, 200 S. Denver, is the place to be from 8am-4:45pm, as the highly anticipated Get Motivated Seminar hits Tulsa. Hear the inspiring words of Mayor Rudy Giuliani, General Colin Powell, Former First Lady Laura Bush, Hall of Fame Quarterback Terry Bradshaw and more. Learn how to be a leader, persevere in tough times and how to stay motivated through it all. Visit getmotivated.com for more information.
Lovefest. Cupid's day is here, whether you like it or not. If you're coupled up, this Valentine's Day take the time to appreciate your sweetheart and show them just how much you care -- and never forget what it was like to be alone and bitter! Singles should celebrate their love of friends and family -- or perhaps beloved pets -- who will always be around, no matter what happens in romanceville. And remember, your next great love could be just around the corner.
Hard Hitting. Put on your visor and tennis skirt and enjoy Golden Eagle tennis as they aim to defeat the Oklahoma Baptist Bison. Glue those eyes to the court so you won't miss any serve, lob or drop shot. Hold your breath as each team rallies for the victory -- the excitement lives on with every stroke of the ball. The advantage goes to you. Visit orugoldeneagles.com for more information.
Art Warming. Are you a lover of all things creative and beautiful? Admire the gorgeous paintings, sculptures and American craft featured this month at M.A. Doran Gallery, 3509 S. Peoria Ave. In their Valentine's Group Show, various works from over 30 different artists light up the space from 10am-6pm, Tuesday-Saturday each week. With so much to see, there is undoubtedly something for everyone. Visit madorangallery.com for more information.
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