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Tulsa Boat Show Returns to River Spirit Expo

The 2016 Tulsa Boat, Sport & Travel Show will take place Feb. 1-7 at River Spirit Expo. Boats of all shapes and sizes will be on display, with hundreds of new products, including the latest pontoon boats, cabin cruisers, fishing boats, Class A RVs, Fifth Wheels, Trailers, the newest gear and tackle and more. Water enthusiasts of all kinds will be able to find something for them, including fishing, cruising, skiing and wakeboarding accessories and more.

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Kristin Chenoweth Camp Auditions: Feb. 27

An open casting call for students grades 9-12 will take place Feb. 27 for the second annual Kristin Chenoweth Broadway Boot Camp, to be held June 6-10 at the Broken Arrow Performing Arts Center in Broken Arrow. This year, Chenoweth will collaborate with the students, offering her insight into the world of performing arts for aspiring entertainers.

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Rick Bartow Exhibition On Display at Gilcrease

“Rick Bartow: Things You Know But Cannot Explain” openwd Jan. 24 and runs through April 24 at Gilcrease Museum.

Rick Bartow is one of Oregon’s best-known artists. For more than 40 years, he has created a powerful body of work, influenced by his Native American heritage, life experiences, physical environment, international travels and fine art training. In 2012, two of his monumental sculptures were permanently installed on the National Mall in Washington, D.C., outside the Smithsonian’s National Museum of the American Indian.

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Kingston Trio to Perform Woody Guthrie Tribute

The Kingston Trio, the American folk and pop music group that launched the folk revival of the late 1950s to the early 1960s, will present “A Tribute to Woody Guthrie” at the Will Rogers High School Auditorium, 3909 E. 5th Pl., Feb. 16 at 7 p.m., sponsored by the Will Rogers High School Community Foundation.

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A Parent’s Perspective on the Rose Parade


The adventure is over.
Now the memories begin.

I was picking up my son Matthew from band practice some 16 months ago when I noticed a strange grin on his face. “Guess where we’re (the Jenks High School band) going?” he asked. I knew there’s nothing the Jenks band hierarchy likes better than a competition; trips to Texas, Oklahoma City and even Chicago were in the near future but the open-ended nature of the question suggested something more exotic.

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Tulsans Honored at Governor’s Awards


On Dec. 2, Governor’s Arts Awards were held in the Oklahoma state Capitol.
Steve Liggett, a 20-year veteran as artistic director at Living Arts of Tulsa, received the community service award, and Theresa Collins, executive director of the Kathleen Patton Westby Foundation, received the Governor’s award.

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Town Hall Speakers

On Jan. 15, 2016, David Boren, president of the University of Oklahoma, will speak at Tulsa Town Hall, as part of its speaker series.

This is Tulsa Town Hall’s 81st season.

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‘A Christmas Carol’ Returns to PAC


The holidays are upon us, as are all of the events, music and festivities that come with them.

“A Christmas Carol” makes its splendid return to the Tulsa Performing Arts Center Dec. 10-13, 16-20, 21-23.

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Holiday Activities Unfolding

Various activities relating to the upcoming Christmas holiday season are unfolding throughout greater Tulsa, with Winterfest in downtown Tulsa as an annual highlight. For more information on Winterfest, please see page 5. The following is a brief listing of just a few of the holiday actiivies throughout greater Tulsa.

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Union Graduate Follows Dreams


“I knew she was going to be a star,” Barbara Terry said, in reference to a pre-teen Rachael Ferrera.

Terry’s daughter and Ferrera grew up together, and Ferrera’s natural charisma was all too easy to see, according to Terry.

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Holidays Begin at Castle of Muskogee

The holidays are in full swing, and Castle of Muskogee has once again transformed its historic castle into a Christmas wonderland.

Visitors can start their evening at the Castle with a drive through the Castleton Village, filled with thousands of holiday lights and displays. The drive through is free, but donations are accepted.

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Hispanic American Foundation Presents Annual Fundraiser

The Hispanic American Foundation (HAF) in Tulsa held its annual Noche de Gala fundraising event Oct. 24 at Southern Hills Country Club.

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Waterford Sparkles at Nielsens

Nielsens Exclusive Gifts at The Plaza, 81st Street and Lewis Avenue, recently hosted the visit of Waterford’s world famous Ambassador and Master Craftsman Tom Power on Nov. 14.

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Dwell in IDL Displays Downtown Tulsa Residences


On Oct. 4, Tulsa Foundation for Architecture (TFA) hosted its annual Dwell in the IDL tour, where downtown Tulsa residences opened their doors to show attendees the various available living options.

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Tulsa Herb Society to Hold Carols and Crumpets Dec. 5

On Dec. 5, the Tulsa Herb Society will hold Carols and Crumpets, its annual herbal craft fair, 8 a.m.-3 p.m. at the Tulsa Garden Center, 2435 S. Peoria Ave.

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