Things to do in Tulsa this week!

If you’re looking for things to do with kids in Tulsa this week, we’ve highlighted some daily events that are sure to bring out the fun! Find weekend event suggestions at tulsakids.com/weekend.

Monday, January 13: Evening Tiny Tots at Wheels and Thrills (6-8 p.m.)

Children 6 and under can skate, play, ride and jump. Admission is $7 or $12, which includes a fun meal!
Don’t forget your socks!


Tuesday, January 14: Trivia Night at Oklahoma Aquarium (7-9 p.m.)

Join Oklahoma Aquarium for an evening of mind-melting, brain-busting trivia fun! Trivia Night guests will test their knowledge of sea creatures, pop culture, history and more. This fun night of facts and fishes will include a cash bar, a chance to win fin-credible prizes, and all our amazing aquatic life! *This event is 21+ only.


Wednesday, January 15: Story Time at Tulsa Zoo (10 a.m.)

Be ready for tales, and even tails, as you meet an ambassador animal 10 a.m. every Wednesday! Visit the Helmerich Discover Center lobby, between the gift shop and elephant exhibit, for some furry or feathered fables. This event is free with zoo admission. More information at tulsazoo.org/calendar

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Thursday, January 16: Build A Reader Storytime: Family at Hardesty Library (6:30-6:50 p.m.)

Bring the whole family for this 0-to-5 storytime! There’s something for everyone – simple songs and books for the little ones, more interactive stories and activities for your older children.


Friday, January 17: Peter and the Wolf at Zarrow Performance Studio (10 and 11:45 a.m.; Also Saturday, January 18 at 2 p.m.)

Tulsa Ballet’s Children’s Series matinee performances of Ma Cong’s Peter & the Wolf are perfect for ballet’s youngest fans. This theatrical ballet experience is created especially for children and young families, and features a cast of characters children know and love, with narration to help them understand the story. This magical performance will come to life on-stage thanks to all-new sets, costumes, and choreography, designed just for Tulsa Ballet.

With tickets priced at only $10 and a total run time of 45 minutes, this performance is a fun way to spend a morning enjoying and learning about ballet, music and theater.


There’s more! These are just a few suggestions, but Tulsa has a ton of fun for your family this summer. Find our full Community Calendar at tulsakids.com/calendar.

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