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Tulsa is full of fun things to do this summer like summer camps, free movies, festivals and outdoor concerts, swimming spots and more. Oh, and don’t forget about Oklahoma road trips, nature explorations and places to play indoors when it’s just too hot to be outside! It can get a little overwhelming, so we’ve rounded it all up for you in the 2019 TulsaKids Summer Family Fun Guide.

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Plus, email photos of your family doing at least ten of the items on our Summer Family Fun Photo Scavenger Hunt (find this inside the Summer Family Fun Guide) to tara.rittler@gmail.com, and you will be entered to win four passes to Frontier City! Deadline is July 31.

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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.

Free Zumba @ The Park @ Fly Loft
Jan 19 @ 10:30 am – 11:30 am

Enjoy a total workout, combining all elements of fitness – cardio, muscle conditioning, balance and flexibility, boosted energy and a serious dose of awesome each time you leave class.

This is a FREE class at Guthrie Green and takes place in the shade at The Dock (north side of the park). During winter time the fun continues at the Fly Loft across from Guthrie Green.

Go to http://www.arianebetancourt.zumba.com for more details.

Sponsor: Total Blast Zumba

Sunday Family Nature Walk @ Gathering Place
Jan 19 @ 11:00 am

Every third Sunday of the month, spend your day strolling through the Park as you learn about nature and explore the many ecosystems that call Gathering Place their home at Sunday Family Nature Walk!
The first Sunday Family Nature Walk of 2020 will bring nature’s music to your ears! Learn about the importance of wildlife communication, the concept of sound masking in animals and how the variety of nature’s sounds affect the habitats found throughout Gathering Place. End your walk at the Boathouse and make a bat craft as a memento of your Park Walk. Sunday Family Nature Walks are free and open for all ages!
Sunday Family Nature Walk begins and ends at ONEOK Boathouse, with two separate walk times available at 11 a.m. and 1 p.m.

Funday Sunday @ Gilcrease Museum
Jan 19 @ 12:00 pm – 4:00 pm

The third Sunday of the month is Funday Sunday. It’s a free admission day loaded with fun for the whole family. Visitors can enjoy art projects for all ages, gallery tours, activities and special guest performances. Free program, no reservations required. For more information, contact laurel-benson@utulsa.edu.

CIRQUE DU SOLEIL AXEL @ BOK Center
Jan 19 @ 1:00 pm

Cirque du Soleil is back on ice with AXEL, a new electrifying experience fusing world-class ice skating with breathtaking acrobatics. Follow AXEL and his dynamic group of friends whose passion for live music and graphic arts come to life in an exhilarating adventure that reminds us that our dreams are within reach.

Discover this young artist as he falls for the fascinating Lei in a high-speed chase for love and self-realization. Sparks fly as they set out on a fast-moving quest through fun colorful fantastical worlds. Will he fulfill his destiny and find his voice?

Cirque du Soleil AXEL: Get ready for awesome music, astonishing projections, and stunning acrobatic skating performances.

Sunday Family Nature Walk @ Gathering Place
Jan 19 @ 1:00 pm

Every third Sunday of the month, spend your day strolling through the Park as you learn about nature and explore the many ecosystems that call Gathering Place their home at Sunday Family Nature Walk!
The first Sunday Family Nature Walk of 2020 will bring nature’s music to your ears! Learn about the importance of wildlife communication, the concept of sound masking in animals and how the variety of nature’s sounds affect the habitats found throughout Gathering Place. End your walk at the Boathouse and make a bat craft as a memento of your Park Walk. Sunday Family Nature Walks are free and open for all ages!
Sunday Family Nature Walk begins and ends at ONEOK Boathouse, with two separate walk times available at 11 a.m. and 1 p.m.

The Music Man @ Tulsa PAC
Jan 19 @ 2:00 pm

The classic musical-comedy comes to town! Con man Harold Hill poses as a band director to “sell” instruments to unsuspecting Midwestern townsfolk. Hill’s plan hits a snag when he is found out – and falls in love – with a prim and proper piano teacher. Featuring the beloved hit “‘Til There Was You.” Presented by Theatre Tulsa

Cirque du Soleil Axel @ BOK Center
Jan 19 @ 5:00 pm

Cirque du Soleil is back on ice with AXEL, a new electrifying experience fusing world-class ice skating with breathtaking acrobatics. Follow AXEL and his dynamic group of friends whose passion for live music and graphic arts come to life in an exhilarating adventure that reminds us that our dreams are within reach.

Discover this young artist as he falls for the fascinating Lei in a high-speed chase for love and self-realization. Sparks fly as they set out on a fast-moving quest through fun colorful fantastical worlds. Will he fulfill his destiny and find his voice?

Cirque du Soleil AXEL: Get ready for awesome music, astonishing projections, and stunning acrobatic skating performances.

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.