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Jan
19
Sun
All-Black Towns of Oklahoma Exhibit @ McKeon Center for Creativity
Jan 19 all-day

*Please call for hours before visiting: 918-595-7339.

Did you know that as many as 50 African American-only communities arose in Oklahoma Territory shortly after the Land Run? This and other facts are featured in two upcoming exhibits that explore the history of African Americans in Oklahoma Territory before statehood. The All-Black Towns of Oklahoma Exhibit will run simultaneously, Dec. 3 through Jan. 30, with African American Education: From Pre-Statehood to Present. The exhibits take visitors back in time, offering insight into African Americans’ lives and education in early Oklahoma.

As part of the African American Education exhibit, Lifelong Educator Dr. Donnie L. Nero will give a presentation at 1:30 p.m. Jan. 30, 2020. He will discuss education development, highlighting his personal experiences during the age of school segregation.

The All-Black Towns of Oklahoma Exhibit is part of the Oklahoma History Center Traveling Exhibit Program. For more information about this program or other traveling exhibits, call 405-522-0780.

Snow Leopard Days at the Tulsa Zoo @ Tulsa Zoo
Jan 19 all-day

Save right meow at the Tulsa Zoo! All December and January guests will receive half-off regular admission. Grizzly bears, Arctic foxes, red pandas and, of course, snow leopards love the cold – they playfully romp around snow-covered spaces and even enjoy chilly, snow-free days. Bundle up and save this January at the Tulsa Zoo. Details at tulsazoo.org/pounce 6421 E. 36th St. North. Open all winter 9 a.m.-5 p.m. except during inclement weather.

Jan
20
Mon
All-Black Towns of Oklahoma Exhibit @ McKeon Center for Creativity
Jan 20 all-day

*Please call for hours before visiting: 918-595-7339.

Did you know that as many as 50 African American-only communities arose in Oklahoma Territory shortly after the Land Run? This and other facts are featured in two upcoming exhibits that explore the history of African Americans in Oklahoma Territory before statehood. The All-Black Towns of Oklahoma Exhibit will run simultaneously, Dec. 3 through Jan. 30, with African American Education: From Pre-Statehood to Present. The exhibits take visitors back in time, offering insight into African Americans’ lives and education in early Oklahoma.

As part of the African American Education exhibit, Lifelong Educator Dr. Donnie L. Nero will give a presentation at 1:30 p.m. Jan. 30, 2020. He will discuss education development, highlighting his personal experiences during the age of school segregation.

The All-Black Towns of Oklahoma Exhibit is part of the Oklahoma History Center Traveling Exhibit Program. For more information about this program or other traveling exhibits, call 405-522-0780.

Snow Leopard Days at the Tulsa Zoo @ Tulsa Zoo
Jan 20 all-day

Save right meow at the Tulsa Zoo! All December and January guests will receive half-off regular admission. Grizzly bears, Arctic foxes, red pandas and, of course, snow leopards love the cold – they playfully romp around snow-covered spaces and even enjoy chilly, snow-free days. Bundle up and save this January at the Tulsa Zoo. Details at tulsazoo.org/pounce 6421 E. 36th St. North. Open all winter 9 a.m.-5 p.m. except during inclement weather.

Sensory for the Young Scientist @ Discovery Lab
Jan 20 @ 10:30 am – 11:00 am

Every third Monday of the month, let your little scientists explore their senses! New activities have been designed to introduce children to chemistry, physics, and natural sciences, all while practicing fine and gross motor skills with a caregiver! This event is included with regular admission and there is no pre-registration required. Discovery Lab, 560 N. Maybelle Ave., 10:30am – 11am, discoverylab.org

41st Annual Tulsa MLK Parade @ Detroit Ave. and John Hope Franklin Blvd.
Jan 20 @ 11:00 am

41st Annual Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. Commemorative Parade

THEME: “20/20 Vision: The Dream Seen Clearly”

Monday, January 20, 2020– 11:00 A.M.

Detroit Ave. & John Hope Franklin Blvd.

The intent of the MLK Day Parade is for participants of all ages to have fun, remember Dr. King’s legacy and how they can be a part of keeping his dream alive.  The floats and various entries should convey the theme and be appropriate for viewing by children and adults. Parade Marshals, Security Personnel and Super Volunteers will be posted along the parade route to ensure the safety of the parade participants and guests as well as ensure consistent spacing between units.

Event Schedule

7:00 am to 10:00 am- Check-in/Pick-up Numbers (Command Tent – MLK & John Hope Franklin)

8:30 am – Parade Judging Begins

11:00 am – Parade Begins

An Evening with MO ROCCA @ All Souls Unitarian Church
Jan 20 @ 7:00 pm – 8:30 pm

Beloved CBS Sunday Morning correspondent, NPR personality, and humorist Mo Rocca discusses his entertaining and rigorously researched book that celebrates the dead people who have long fascinated him.

In conversation. A book signing will follow.

Tickets on sale
Members: 12/20
Public: 12/23

Each ticket includes a copy of MOBITUARIES.

MEET MO:
Mo Rocca is a correspondent for CBS Sunday Morning, host of The Henry Ford’s Innovation Nation, and host and creator of the Cooking Channel’s My Grandmother’s Ravioli, in which he learned to cook from grandmothers and grandfathers across the country. He’s also a frequent panelist on NPR’s hit weekly quiz show Wait Wait…Don’t Tell Me! Rocca spent four seasons as a correspondent on Comedy Central’s The Daily Show with Jon Stewart. He began his career in TV as a writer and producer for the Emmy and Peabody Award–winning PBS children’s series Wishbone. As an actor, Mo starred on Broadway in The 25th Annual Putnam County Spelling Bee. Rocca is the author of All the Presidents’ Pets, a historical novel about White House pets and their role in presidential decision-making.

Silent Movie Night: Three Ages (1923)—Free! @ Circle Cinema
Jan 20 @ 7:00 pm – 9:00 pm

FREE EVENT!

Presented by Sooner State Chapter of ATOS (American Theatre Organ Society).

Three Ages is the first full-length comedy produced by and starring legendary comic Buster Keaton. An obvious parody of D.W. Griffith’s Intolerance, Keaton and paramour Margaret Leahy are shown coping with the problems of the Stone Age, life in ancient Rome, and the Modern Age.

Blue Man Group: Speechless @ Tulsa PAC
Jan 20 @ 7:30 pm
The world-renowned bald and blue trio embarks on a new journey of discovery, the result of more than 27 years spent observing humanity. Speechless features new and original compositions, acts and instruments alongside iconic Blue Man Group moments based in joy, art, music, comedy, social commentary and hilarious absurdity.
Jan
21
Tue
All-Black Towns of Oklahoma Exhibit @ McKeon Center for Creativity
Jan 21 all-day

*Please call for hours before visiting: 918-595-7339.

Did you know that as many as 50 African American-only communities arose in Oklahoma Territory shortly after the Land Run? This and other facts are featured in two upcoming exhibits that explore the history of African Americans in Oklahoma Territory before statehood. The All-Black Towns of Oklahoma Exhibit will run simultaneously, Dec. 3 through Jan. 30, with African American Education: From Pre-Statehood to Present. The exhibits take visitors back in time, offering insight into African Americans’ lives and education in early Oklahoma.

As part of the African American Education exhibit, Lifelong Educator Dr. Donnie L. Nero will give a presentation at 1:30 p.m. Jan. 30, 2020. He will discuss education development, highlighting his personal experiences during the age of school segregation.

The All-Black Towns of Oklahoma Exhibit is part of the Oklahoma History Center Traveling Exhibit Program. For more information about this program or other traveling exhibits, call 405-522-0780.