The Crowne Plaza Hotel in downtown Tulsa is offering clients a “Suite Deal.” Those who make a catering or banquet booking between $10,000 and $20,000 for their next convention or event will receive a certificate for a complimentary one night stay in one of the Crowne Plaza’s five elegantly appointed, luxurious suites.
Tulsa is fortunate to host approximately 75 nationally recognized painters, potters, bead workers and cultural designers who will gather in the heart of Indian Country at Spirit Bank Event Center (105th & S. Memorial Drive, Tulsa, OK) to celebrate the 24th Annual Tulsa Indian Art Festival. The Festival is a project of the National Indian Monument and Institute.
Tulsa, OK., January 19, 2010 – The Performing Arts Committee has extended the deadline for musician applications for the 38thannual Tulsa International Mayfest, scheduled for May 13-16, 2010 in downtown Tulsa. Musician applications are due Friday, January 22, 2010 and the application fee is $10.00.
Disney FamilyFun Magazine Taps Girl Scouts of the USA for Fabulous Group Activities in February Issue
More than 550 Girl Scouts troops from across the country submitted activity and craft ideas
Living Arts of Tulsa presents Modern Materials: The Art of the Quilt, with 24 fiber artists from across the Nation presenting 30 quilted works, opening Friday, February 5th at Living ArtSpace in downtown Tulsa. This is an invitational exhibition bringing together the best and most innovative contemporary artists in the United States who are working in the quilt medium today. There is a special emphasis on three dimensional work within the show. Modern Materials was curated by Jill Rumoshosky Werner of Wichita, Kansas, and runs at from Feb. 5 through Feb. 25, 2010, at Living Arts, 307 E. Brady, downtown Tulsa. Opening reception is Feb. 5, 2010, from 5-9 p.m.
Regal Plaza is one of the most unique holiday shopping destinations in the area. Not only will an array of items be available, but shoppers can also enjoy a delicious meal while there.
The Festival of Lights is well underway. Menorahs all over town have been lit since late November; and Christmas is nearly here. This time of year is a time of joy, peace, family, sharing, and of course, presents. And, to add to the mix, there are the parties and all sorts of seasonal activities to get in the spirit of things.
Philbrook Museum of Art will feature an exhibition of 70 masterpieces by some of the most influential American painters of the 20th century Dec. 20, 2009 through Jan. 31, 2010. Among these are the Taos Society of Artists, Maynard Dixon, Nicolai Fechin, Leon Gaspard, and others whose work has shaped our vision of the American Southwest. In addition to these stunning paintings, the show offers a unique behind-the-scenes look at the Adkins Collection.
The world famous Mayo Hotel in Tulsa held its formal grand opening Dec. 3. Welcoming guests were Director of Sales Candace Taylor and General Manager Wesley Ludloff. The Mayo is an excellent venue for wedding receptions and honeymoons. The hotel, which originally opened in 1925, has undergone a $40 million renovation. For information, call (918) 582-6296.
Tulsa Mabee Center at Oral Roberts University prepared for a one of a kind holiday event. The Jingle Ball was held Dec. 20 and featured some of the most talented singers in the nation, including the sensational Justin Bieber.
What makes Tulsa so special? There are so many things that producer Jack Frank decided to feature 26 of them, in alphabetic order of course, in “Tulsa A to Z,” the latest show in the highly acclaimed Tulsa History Series.
The Oklahoma Jazz Hall of Fame will be a place to be New Year’s Eve for a great celebration. From left, Earl Clark, Chuck Cissel, Krista Branch and Grady Nichols will perform. For information, call (918) 281-8600, or visit www.okjazz.org.
Artist Sarah Sartain signs her official Parade of Lights Christmas parade poster while PSO’s Andrea Chancellor looks on. sponsors the parade.
Representatives of the Hospitality House of Tulsa and Santa Claus gave families in need “A Night of Hospitality” Dec.3 by delivering 350 waiting room survival kits in 16 local hospital waiting rooms. The Hospitality House is located on the Hillcrest Medical Center campus at 1135 S. Victor Ave, in Tulsa.
The American Red Cross, with the help of Pitney Bowes representatives, encouraged the signing of Christmas Cards at Woodland Hills Mall for the military.