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SCOTFEST 2014 Calls for Volunteers

SCOTFEST, Oklahoma’s Premier Celtic Music Festival and Scottish Games, is celebrating its 35th year and is reaching out to the community for volunteer support.

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Tulsa Ballet’s Marcello Angelini Enters 20th Year

By EMILY RAMSEY

Marcello Angelini joined Tulsa Ballet as artistic director in 1995. His wife, Daniela, also teaches at Tulsa Ballet. They met at 17 years old in Florence, Italy, where they were both dancers.

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Laserfest Weekend Comes to TASM

Tulsa Air and Space Museum & Planetarium is hosting their first ever Laser Fest, a series of shows in the Museum’s Planetarium that utilize a state-of-the-art laser projection system to produce bright, brilliant colored graphic images, choreographed to music. The shows will run for only one weekend, August 14-17, and include a variety of music genres that attract all ages.

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The Professional Bull Riders Event Supports Turn Tulsa Pink

The second half of the Professional Bull Riders 2014 Built Ford Tough Series resumes, Friday, Aug. 15, in Tulsa, Oklahoma, when the Express Employment Professionals Classic presented by Jack Daniel’s kicks off its two-day event at the BOK Center.

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Tulsa Flight Night: Sept. 18

NORDAM, a global aerospace industry leader, and the Siegfried family will host the inaugural Tulsa Flight Night on Sept. 18 to benefit STEM (Science Technology Engineering Math) education programming. The gala will be held at Jones Airport and include aerial displays, entertainment and a live auction. A bonus feature will be quadcopter demonstrations provided by Oklahoma State University, University of Oklahoma and the University of Tulsa.

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Tulsa Town Hall Season to Begin

Independence hasn’t dampened Americans’ fascination with the lives of British aristocrats. As the country eagerly awaits the fifth season debut of Downton Abbey, a British television fictional drama depicting the lives of the Crawley family and their servants in Yorkshire County, Tulsans will get a peek behind the scenes.

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‘Les Misérables’ Kicks Off 2014-15 PAC Season

Show Buzz By NANCY HERMANN

August at the PAC is all about theatre. Theatre Tulsa presents Les Misérables, Aug. 8-24, turning Williams Theatre into an embattled early 19th-century France.

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Fair to Bring ‘11 Days of Awesome’

By EMILY RAMSEY

Every year, Tulsa State Fair Manager Amanda Blair and her team endeavor to choose a theme that will highlight the unique appeal the Tulsa State Fair will bring for that specific year.

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Center of the Universe Festival Announces 87 More Acts

Organizers for Center of the Universe Festival announce 85 artists for the nine Club Venues. The Center of the Universe Festival takes place in Tulsa’s Brady Arts District Friday July 25 and Saturday July 26, 2014.

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Tulsa Modern Movement Plans for 2014-15 Season

Always known for its cosmopolitan cultural environment, Tulsa is in the midst of a renaissance fueling robust infrastructure development, particularly in the Brady Arts District immediately north of downtown. New places for more art have given rise to TuMM (Tulsa Modern Movement), a resident modern dance company.

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Fourth Annual Chalkfest Scheduled for September 13th

The streets of Tulsa’s Deco District will come alive during the Fourth Annual Chalkfest on Saturday, September 13, 2014 from 11:00 a.m. until 6:00 p.m., produced by the Tulsa Deco District Association (TDDA). This family-friendly, fun and colorful event is a great way to continue to show Tulsa that downtown is alive and thriving.

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Living Arts Foundation Call for Animated Short Films

The Living Arts Animation Festival features short film animations submitted locally and from around the world. Animations may be stop-motion, Claymation, 2-D animation, 3-D animation or cut-outs, to name a few. All films must be 6 minutes or less. Curator Mery McNett will determine the festival selections.

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Tulsa to Host Two Major Volleyball Tournaments in July

The SMG-managed Cox Business Center hosts 21 event days in the month of July including two international volleyball tournaments and OK’s largest gaming event. For a complete list of Cox Business Center events, visit www.coxcentertulsa.com or follow the venue’s social media on Facebook atfacebook.com/coxcentertulsa or on Twitter at twitter.com/coxcentertulsa.

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Oktoberfest Gains Sponsor

BEER AND BRAUTS: On May 29, city, county and River Parks Authority officials and Linde Process Plants (LPP) executives came together to announce that the annual Oktoberfest will now be called Linde Oktoberfest Tulsa, in recognition of a new five-year title sponsorship agreement with LPP. The commitment gives the event stronger resources to provide entertainment and quality of life for Tulsa-area residents while benefiting River Parks.

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TU Uncorked Fundraiser

SCHOLARSHIP EFFORTS: From left, wine pull committee members Jayme Turner, Romie Henry, and Tami Barrett, far right, pose at the 2014 TU Uncorked event with event chair Kevin Lawlor. Uncorked was held June 6 at Cain’s Ballroom.

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