Agenda: January 2016
January's can't-miss events
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Jan. 9: Prepare for takeoff
Tulsans will depart from the airport runway not in a plane, but by foot, at the second annual Runway Run benefiting the Tulsa Air and Space Museum & Planetarium on Jan. 9. Planes will be parked along the race route for runners’ enjoyment, and participants will receive free admission into the museum. Overall race winners will
receive a one-year TASM membership. Race begins at 10 a.m. Registration is $25 in advance or $30 day of.
Jan. 1-24 InEX: Seven artists — beyond emerging but not yet established — share their journeys through this exhibit at AHHA.
Jan. 2 The largest micro-sprint race in the nation, the Tulsa Shootout, offers five days of racing at Expo Square.
Jan. 3 The Renaissance Hotel transforms into a bridal emporium for the Tulsa Wedding Show to help Tulsans prepare for “the big day” with the help of over 100 exhibitors.
Jan. 5 Winter in Tulsa means hockey season — Tulsa Oilers vs. Missouri Mavericks at the BOK Center.
Jan. 7 Join over 1,300 business-minded Tulsans at the annual Tulsa Regional Chamber meeting and awards ceremony at the Cox Business Center.
Jan. 11-17 Enjoy the last week of Winterfest with downtown skating outside the BOK Center.
Jan. 15-23 Although a hit for 40 years, “A Chorus Line” has not been seen in Tulsa for over a decade. See one of seven performances at the Performing Arts Center.
Jan. 18 “One Race: The Human Race” is the theme of the Martin Luther King Jr. Day Parade — one of the nation’s largest.
Jan. 21 Singer-songwriter Smokey Robinson brings his high tenor and profound sense of lyrics to The Joint inside Hard Rock Hotel & Casino Tulsa.
Jan. 29-31 Planning a spring garden or home renovation project? The Green Country Home and Garden Show at Expo Square is your go-to for inspiration.
Jan. 30 Learn about birds in art and their environmental impact at Gilcrease Museum’s “It’s All About Birds,” a free-flight bird show presented by the Sutton Avian Research Center.