Author: Paul Sheckarski, Children's Library Associate, Hardesty Regional Library
September is Library Card Sign-up Month. Stop by to sign up for a library card and receive a special surprise! For ages 0-12.
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Want to be Greek for a Day? You can at the 2019 Tulsa Greek Festival. When is it? Never forget, always
remember, it’s the third week of every September!
Come visit the best “lil” stop in OPAhoma – just off route 66 – The Tulsa Greek Festival! Our annual, 4-
day event begins Thursday, September 19 and runs through Sunday, September 22.
What can you expect?
At the Tulsa Greek Festival music fills the air as guests arrive and stroll Greek Street while deciding which
Greek delicacy to indulge in first!
Is it a dinner from the OPAhoma Entrees tent, or a Gyro, Greek Fries and Calamari from Greek Street
Eats? Or wait…there’s also the Kefi booth serving crisp salads, Kefthedes (Greek Meatballs), Loukaniko
(Greek Sausage) or the Athenian special Small plate (think Greek Tapas). And if you really want a show,
stop by the all new “Temple of Fire” to get some Saginaki (flaming cheese with a splash of Metaxa).
Keep in mind you need to save room for Baklava, Baklava Sundaes or our famous Loukomades (Greek
Can’t decide??? No problem!
Grab a refreshing Greek beer, wine, frappe or a frozen OPA!rita and take your time.
Listen to live Greek music, watch our dance groups perform, or visit the kid’s zone. Head indoors for
some cool air while perusing our Agora (market) area. Inside you will find the boutique, expanded
marketa complete with frozen items to take home, Yia Yia’s attic, fine jewelry and our historic church
If you still can’t get enough of the Greek experience there are more options! Enter our fun-filled Greek
French Fry eating contest and win the coveted “Lord of the Fries”title. Or if you are ready to party, we are “Bringing Kefi Back” Friday and Saturday evenings starting at 7:00pm to close.
“KEFI” is a Greek word meaning Joy, spirit, passion, happiness, mojo, excitement – loving life! During this
time you can dance in the streets with our Greek dancers. Or compete in our Greek mini-Olympic
And if all else fails and you can’t make it this year – you are still in luck! Order online from our catered
lunch program and have it delivered to your business. So many options at the 2019 Tulsa Greek Festival-the Best Lil’ Stop in OPAhoma!
Watercolor Seascapes inspired by the special exhibition Van Gogh, Monet, Degas on September 22nd from 1-4 pm.
This come-and-go activity is suitable for all ages, and does not require pre-registration. Free for Museum members or with paid admission. Not a member? Join today!
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Join the Down Syndrome Association of Tulsa as we unite for a common cause and raise funds at the 2019 Tulsa Buddy Walk®. Whether you have Down syndrome, know someone who does, or just want to show your support, take the first step and donate or register today! Help us spread the word; all are welcome for our day of celebration! For more information, visit https://www.ds-stride.org/
Our Creations in Studio K program is known for commissioning incredible new works from the most in-demand choreographers in the world. This year’s lineup includes the inimitableMa Cong, and impressive newcomer Garrett Smith. As Resident Choreographer, Mr. Cong creates works that become instant favorites here in Tulsa, on Broadway, and around the globe. Mr. Smith, already a decorated choreographer, is recognized for the “eclectic vocabulary” of his contemporary works (Dance Spirit Magazine), and has created works for Houston Ballet, Mariinsky Ballet, and others. A third work, yet to be announced, will close out this exciting triple-bill evening of contemporary ballet.
Come to the Discovery Room for Discovery Time! Every week we will explore a different natural history topic through stories, crafts and museum objects and specimens.