TASM Summer Camps Ready to Launch


The Tulsa Air and Space Museum will once again offer a variety of fun and educational summer camps to children beginning in June.

Summer camp is a great way for children to learn about their interests. “The campers get to do a lot of specialized projects and are exposed to a lot more in aviation and aerospace than they would have otherwise been in school. It provides a very unique learning experience,” says education director Kandi Kurt.

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Anthony Bourdain to Play Tulsa Performing Arts Center

Anthony Bourdain, the internationally acclaimed chef, author, and host of Travel Channel’s “No Reservations,” has traveled to the farthest reaches of the globe – and now Tony’s coming to Tulsa!

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Ryan Bingham’s JUNKY STAR To Be Released Sept. 7 on Lost Highway

Junky Star, the new album from acclaimed singer/songwriter Ryan Bingham and his band, The Dead Horses, is set for a September 7th release on Lost Highway.

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The 40th Annual Bumbershoot, Seattle’s Music & Arts Festival Announces 2010 Music Lineup

Mainstage Performances Include Bob Dylan, Mary J. Blige, Weezer, Hole, Rise Against, Neko Case, The Decemberists, J. Cole and More

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Northeast Region of Oklahoma Offers National Events and Attractions

Events and attractions in northeast Oklahoma’s Green Country attract visitors from across the nation. Many of these events take place in the beautiful month of June.

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Tulsa Rowing Club Juniors Offers High School Camps

The Tulsa Rowing Club Juniors are looking for high school aged athletes to join their competitive high school program. The team regularly competes on the national level and club athletes are traditionally successful in gaining college scholarships at universities all over the U.S. The team will be hosting summer camps in the month of June to allow participants to try rowing for the first time.

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Bill Kreutzmann and Mickey Hart Lead Rhythm Devils’ Summer Tour 2010

Hart says, “This music will take you to a very special place, I think. It’s like a super friendly rhythm snake that has wrapped itself around the world a few times and now it’s coming our way. It’s electric; it’s got rhythm, has words and flies. It’s the Rhythm Devils.”

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John Mayer Includes BOK Center On Extended Summer Tour

Tickets for Tulsa go on sale Saturday, June 26th at LiveNation.com.

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Oklahoma Chautauqua Brings “Tale of Two Americas” to OSU-Tulsa

This year’s Oklahoma Chautauqua will explore the injuries that the Civil War left on the nation and its people. “The Wounds of War: A Tale of Two Americas” will be presented June 8-12 at Oklahoma State University-Tulsa.

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Glee is Number One Again

Following a remarkable 3rd season pick-up before the end of its first season, and as the cast plays to sold-out houses in Los Angeles, Phoenix, Chicago and New York, Fox’s hit comedy Glee continues to dominate Billboard’s top album chart with Glee: The Music, Volume 3 Showstoppers soaring to #1.

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Sonic Bloom Festival Adds to Lineup

The June 25-27 festival at Mishawaka Amp. in Bellvue, Colo. gears up as lineup expands. Sonic Bloom Orchestra, , Karsh Kale, VibeSquaD, Zilla and more mind melting music in store…

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Keller Williams “Theif” Drops

Keller Williams releases his first-ever all-covers collection, amusingly titled Thief. Recorded with the Keels—husband and wife duo Larry and Jenny Keel—Thief includes songs originally written and recorded by as wildly diverse an assemblage as anyone’s ever likely to dream up.

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Branson’s “Anthem” Newest Addition to Show at Branson Landing

Following the 50-year celebration of the” live music show capital” last year, Branson still has a lot to sing about with even more celebrations this year including the 50th birthday of the award-winning Silver Dollar City theme park and the 50th year of the Shepherd of the Hills outdoor drama.

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S. Letha Nichols Exhibit to be Displayed

The late artist S. Letha Nichols will be honored in a special exhibit of her works at the Broken Arrow Historical Society Museum. “The museum is fortunate to own several of Mrs. Nichols’ paintings, such as the kneeling Indian which served as the official high school logo for several decades,” according to the Historical Society Executive Director, Dr. Betty Gerber.

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