2018 Charitable Events Calendar

A comprehensive look at at Tulsa's charitable events of 2018.



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January 2018

TBA   — Eat Drink and Be Giving: Biga

TBA, individual tickets; N/A, sponsorships. Biga, 4329 S Peoria Ave. Enjoy dinner and Wine at Biga while supporting The Center! Dress code: Casual. Benefits The Center for Individuals with Physical Challenges. Contact Joyce Jochim at jjochim@tulsacenter.org or 918-584-8607. Visit tulsacenter.org/.

 

8-13 — Get Sm'ART

3-12:15 p.m. Free, individual tickets; , sponsorships. Oklahoma Performing Arts, Inc., 718 South Elm Place  Broken Arrow (81st and Elm), Broken Arrow. Free performing arts classes for all ages.  Dance, Voice, Acting, Music and more. Dress code: Casual. Benefits Oklahoma Performing Arts, Inc. Contact Laura Norman Tyson at opainc@aol.com or 918-269-8304. Visit opan2art.org.

 

12-14 — The Dream Meet

1-7 p.m. Door Admission $4 - $10 depending on session, individual tickets; , sponsorships. Cox Business Center, 100 Civic Center. The Dream Meet is a gymnastics competition held annually on Martin Luther King Jr. weekend. Over 700 gymnasts will compete at the Cox Business Center in this competition celebrating the life and legacy of MLK Jr. Dress code: Casual. Benefits Aim High Academy. Contact Jennifer Patterson at jennifer@aimhighgym.org or 918-664-8683. Visit aimhighgym.org.

 

18   — An Evening with Jeannette Walls, NY Times Best Selling Author

6-9 p.m. $200, individual tickets; $2,500-$25,000, sponsorships. The Bond Event Center, 608 East Third. Enjoy drinks, dining and special guest speaker Jeannette Walls, NY Times Best Selling Author of “The Glass Castle.” If you read the book or saw the movie in August you don't want to miss hearing Jeannette. If you don't know her story, it is compelling and inspiring. Dress code: Cocktail Attire. Benefits Project TCMS, Tulsa County Medical Society Foundation. Contact Mona Whitmire at mona@tcmsok.org or 918-743-6184. Visit tcmsok.org.

 

19   — Trivia Night

6-9 p.m. TBA, individual tickets; TBA, sponsorships. Upper School Gym, Cascia Hall Preparatory School. A fun evening of pizza, beverages, games, and prizes will be sponsored by the Alumni Association. Dress code: Casual. Benefits Cascia Hall Preparatory School. Contact Jane Easley at jeasley@casciahall.com or 918-746-2641. Visit casciahall.com.

 

20   — Bishop Kelley Trivia Night 2018

6-10:30 p.m. $300 per table, individual tickets; $650 per table, sponsorships. Robin Lewis, 3905 S. Hudson Avenue. Five rounds of 15 questions and lots of fun! Dress code: Casual. Theme - Let's Get Social  #BKTrivia Night 2018. Benefits Bishop Kelley High School. Contact Robin Lewis at rlewis@bishopkelley.org or 918-609-7114. Visit bishopkelley.org/Trivia.

 

20   — Toyland Ball: Under the Sea

6-10 p.m. $300, individual tickets; $1,000-$50,000, sponsorships. Cox Business Center, 100 Civic Center. Toyland Ball, held every January, is The Parent Child Center of Tulsa’s annual signature fundraising event. This black tie gala with a whimsical theme offers an elegant evening of dinner and dancing, with a live auction.  It will be held at 6 pm, Saturday, January 20, 2018 at Cox Business Center. Every year Toyland Ball is singly responsible for raising approximately 16% of the agency’s total operating budget. Event chairs, Carey and Brett Baker, are leading an enthusiastic and creative volunteer committee to plan and host the event. Honorary chairs, Mayor GT and Susan Bynum are lending their advice and prestige. A highlight of the evening is the presentation of our Guardian Angel Award. This award honors a person or persons who have made significant contributions of time, talent and resources to further The Parent Child Center of Tulsa’s purpose of protecting and nurturing children at risk for abuse and neglect. This year we are pleased to be honoring Ruth and Al Sowards, long-time supporters of The Parent Child Center. Dress code: Black Tie. Benefits The Parent Child Center of Tulsa. Contact Melody Hughes at mhughes@parentchildcenter.org or 918-599-7999. Visit parentchildcenter.org.

 

25-26 — Beyond Awareness Summit

9 a.m.-5 p.m., daily. Free, individual tickets; Available, sponsorships. 1st Day - Law Enforcement only. 2nd Day - Break-out sessions - and is only open to law enforcement, first responders ( fire/med) and prosecuting attorneys. Benefits The Demand Project. Contact  at contact@thedemandproject.org or 918-346-2168. Visit thedemandproject.org.

 

25   — Mentorship Luncheon

12-1 p.m. TBA, individual tickets; TBA, sponsorships. Southern Hills Country Club, 2636 E. 61st St.. Dress code: Business. Benefits Junior League of Tulsa. Contact Kendall Mordhorst at kendall.clare.mcpeters@gmail.com or 918-510-6768. Visit jltulsa.org/fundraisers/mentorship-luncheon.

 

26   — Monarch Ball: The Wonder Of It All

6-11 p.m. $250, individual tickets; Available, sponsorships. Southern Hills Country Club, 2636 E 61st St.. Get out your dancing shoes and prepare to be whisked away to Monarch Ball: The Wonder Of It All – a whimsical, winter wonderland full of merriment! Valet Parking. Dress code: Cocktail Attire. Benefits Domestic Violence Intervention Services. Contact Joan Anderson at Janderson@dvis.org or 918-508-2709. Visit dvis.org/wonderofitall/.

 

27   — Bartlesville Polar Plunge

10 a.m.-1 p.m. N/A, individual tickets; N/A, sponsorships. Hilton Garden Inn, 205 SW Frank Phillips Blvd., Bartlesville. Benefits Special Olympics Oklahoma. Contact Jennifer Lightle at jenniferl@sook.org or . Visit mysook.org/bartlesvillepolarplunge.

 

27   — Best of Brunch

11 a.m.-2 p.m. $75, individual tickets; Yes, sponsorships. The Mayo Hotel's Crystal Ballroom, 115 W 5th St.. Bring your friends and enjoy delicious bites, plus a mimosa and Bloody Mary bar, from your favorite brunch spots in Tulsa at DVIS’ Best of Brunch!    Who: Brunch goers supporting DVIS    What: Best of Brunch, hosted by DVIS’s Associate Board, is the only event of its kind in Tulsa! Try delicious bites from your favorite brunch spots and choose who you think deserves the Best of Brunch title!    When: Saturday, January 27, 2018 from 11 a.m. – 2 p.m.    Where: The Mayo Hotel – Crystal Ballroom  115 West 5th Street  Tulsa, OK 74103    Parking: Valet Parking Provided    Attire: Brunchy Casual    Tickets: No physical tickets will be issued for this event. Visit the registration tables at Best of Brunch for admittance. Dress code: Business Casual. Benefits Domestic Violence Intervention Services. Contact Joan Anderson at Janderson@dvis.org or 918-508-2709. Visit dvis.org/bob2018/.

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February 2018

1   — Take A Seat

5:30-11 p.m. Town & Country School, 8906 E 34th Street. Dress code: Cocktail Attire. Benefits Town & Country School. Contact Shelley Holmes at sholmes@tandcschool.org or 918-296-3113. Visit tandcschool.org/.

 

2   — JA Beach Bowl

4-8:30 p.m. AMF Sheridan Lanes, 3121 S. Sheridan. Team Building event where teams of five raise $500 and receive 2 hours of bowling, shoes, pizza, a drink and t-shirt. Sponsorships available. Dress code: Casual. Beach attire suggested. Benefits Junior Achievement of Oklahoma. Contact Martha Rongey at mrongey@jaok.org or 918-663-2132. Visit jaok.org.

 

3   — Okmulgee Polar Plunge

10 a.m.-1 p.m. Dripping Springs Lake, Okmulgee. Benefits Special Olympics Oklahoma. Contact Jennifer Lightle at jenniferl@sook.org. Visit mysook.org/Okmulgee.

 

3   — Super Plunge

10 a.m.-1 p.m. Location TBD. Benefits Special Olympics Oklahoma. Contact Jennifer Lightle at jenniferl@sook.org. Visit mysook.org/superplunge.

 

3   — Durant Polar Plunge

10 a.m.-1 p.m. Choctaw Casino Oasis Pool, 4216 U.S. 69, Durant. Benefits Special Olympics Oklahoma. Contact Derek Cain at derek@sook.org or 918-481-1234. Visit mysook.org/Durantpolarplunge.

 

3   — Icons & Idols: The Golden Age of Gershwin

6-11 p.m. $1250 for single tickets; $3,000 and up, sponsorships. 1212 E. 45th Street. A glamorous night of stunning fashion and big band music with more than 100 performers from Tulsa Ballet, Tulsa Ballet II, tappers from across the country and the Tulsa Symphony Orchestra. Evening includes a Live Auction featuring experiences in Colorado, Costa Rica, Montreal among others. Dress code: Black Tie. Benefits Tulsa Ballet. Contact Cindy Webb at cindy.webb@tulsaballet.org or 918-749-6030. Visit iconsandidols.org.

 

3   — Sing for Our Schools

7-10 p.m. $10. All Souls Unitarian Church, 2952 S. Peoria. Sing for our Schools at All Souls Unitarian Church is a fun-filled sing along and dessert auction to benefit All Souls Partners in Education schools. Tulsa’s finest bakeries and restaurants donate their best confections for the casual, come-as-you-are event at 7 p.m. in the church at 2952 S. Peoria. Adult beverages served. Dress code: Casual. Benefits Partners in Education. Contact Sallie Godwin at salgodwin@cox.net or 918-361-4448. Visit allsoulschurch.org/serve/partners-in-education/.

 

8   — Hearts Rebuilding Homes

6-8:30 p.m. $75, individual tickets; Platinum $10,000 - 2 Reserved tables for 8, gifts for table guests, prominent logo on all promotional materials and signs, promoted on social media leading up to the event. Gold $5,000 - Reserved table for 8, gifts for table guests, logo on promotional materials and signs Silver $2,500 - Reserved table for 8, name listed on promotional materials Bronze $1,000 - Reserved table for 8, name listed at table, sponsorships. Stokely Event Center, 10111 E. 45th Place. This year is our second annual fundraiser, Hearts Rebuilding Homes! Attendees will enjoy an evening of food, games, raffles, and a silent auction. This event is our biggest fundraiser of the year with proceeds going to fulfill our mission of bringing volunteers and communities together to improve the homes and lives of low-income homeowners. Dress code: Business Casual. Benefits Rebuilding Together Tulsa. Contact Daisha Fowler at daisha@rebuildingtogethertulsa.org or 918-951-7387. Visit tinyurl.com/heartshomes2018.

 

9   — Cookies and Cocktails

5:30-8 p.m. Hardesty Leadership Center, 4810 South 129th East Avenue. Girl Scouts of Eastern Oklahoma is proud to host Cookies and Cocktails to benefit the over 10,000 girls throughout council. Join us for this adults-only, ‘friend-raiser’, a one-of-a-kind event for delicious hors d’oeuvres, entertainment and dessert creations. Dress code: Business Casual. Benefits Girl Scouts of Eastern Oklahoma. Contact Susan Kenny at skenny@gseok.org or 918-745-5202. Visit gseok.org.

 

9   — Fire and Ice Gala

7-10 p.m. $200, individual tickets; $2,000-$20,000, sponsorships. Cox Business Center, 100 Civic Center. Fashion show by Little Light House students. Dinner, live auction, and dancing. Dress code: Black Tie. Benefits Little Light House. Contact Nicole Fields at nfields@littlelighthouse.org or 918-664-6746. Visit littlelighthouse.org.

 

9   — 40th Anniversary Ruby Gala

7-10 p.m. $100, individual tickets; Ruby: $10,000 (2 tables++) Pearl: $5,000 (1 table++) Emerald: $2,500 (1 table+) Diamond $1,500 (1 table) Additional sponsorship opportunities available, sponsorships. Venue 68, 6910 S 101st E Ave. Please join us in celebrating 40 years of generosity that has helped to restore hope and vitality for thousands of children, families, and neighbors in our community every year! Dress code: Cocktail Attire. Benefits Restore Hope Ministries. Contact Michelle Reagor at mreagor@restorehope.org or 918-582-5766. Visit restorehope.org.

 

10 — Weatherford Polar Plunge

10 a.m.-1 p.m. Kiwanis Baseball Complex, 1900 G. Dean Rader Rd., . Benefits Special Olympics Oklahoma. Contact Derek Cain at derek@sook.org or 918-481-1234. Visit mysook.org/weatherfordpolarplunge.

 

10 — The Heart of Henry

6-9 p.m. $300, individual tickets; $5,000-$30,000, sponsorships. Southern Hills Country Club, 2636 E 61st St. It is a dinner and awards ceremony with Live/Silent Auctions. Dress code: Cocktail Attire. Benefits The Tulsa Day Center for the Homeless. Contact Monica Martin at mmartin@tulsadaycenter.org or 9185566418. Visit eventbrite.com/e/2018-heart-of-henry-tickets-37249965650?aff=efbeventtix.

 

10 — Cooking Up Compassion

6-11:30 p.m. Tickets start at $150 per person with a special price of $100 per person for under 40, individual tickets; Sponsor Tables range from $3,000 to $50,000, sponsorships. Cox Business Center Tulsa Ballroom, 100 Civic Center. Let the Good Times Roll at the Mardi Gras to benefit those served by Catholic Charities. This celebration includes appetizers from the area's prominent chefs and dinner by Chef Devin Levine. Enjoy an incredible raffle, bucket-list Live auction items and dancing to the sounds of the Zodiac band with tons of friends. Dress code: Cocktail Attire. Mardi Gras masks welcome! Cocktail attire suggested. Benefits Catholic Charities of Eastern Oklahoma (recently changed). Contact Jennifer Allen at jallen@cceok.org or 918.508.7115. Visit CCEOK.org/CUC.

 

11 — My Furry Valentine

1:30-4:30 p.m. $35 a person, $40 at door. $60 a couple $65 at door. Tulsa Historical Society, 2445 South Peoria. Wine tasting, desserts, hors d’oeuvres, piano player, silent auction and a pop up shop and wine pull. Dress code: Business Casual. Benefits StreetCats Inc. Contact Kathy Balsiger at bkathyskats@cox.net or 9185214039. Visit streetcatstulsa.org/.

 

13 — Live United Luncheon and Awards

11:30 a.m.-1 p.m. Sponsorships available. Cox Business Center, 100 Civic Center. A celebration of the 2017 Tulsa Area United Way campaign and the many individuals and organizations that made it a success. Dress code: Business Casual. Benefits Tulsa Area United Way. Contact Bonnie Rucker at brucker@tauw.org or 918-295-6601. Visit tauw.org/awards.

 

15 — TBH Women's Association Annual Bunco Party

11:30 a.m.-2:30 p.m. $25, individual tickets. St. Dunstan's Episcopal Church, 5635 E 71st St. Advance reservations required!  A fun filled Bunco extravaganza! Held by the lovely ladies of the TBH Women's Association, the event will benefit Tulsa Boys' Home. Dress code: Business Casual. Benefits Tulsa Boys' Home. Contact Kathy Nanny at 918.231.3853. Visit tulsaboyshome.org/tulsaboys/Events.asp.

 

15 — Whiskey Social

6-9 p.m. Benefits Lindsey House. Contact Diana Denny at diana@tlcok.org or 918-933-5222. Visit lindseyhouse.org.

 

17 — Tulsa Polar Plunge

10 a.m.-1 p.m. Safari Joe's H20, 4707 E 21st St. Benefits Special Olympics Oklahoma. Contact Jennifer Lightle at jenniferl@sook.org. Visit mysook.org/tulsapolarplunge.

 

17 — Tulsa Heart Ball

6:30 p.m.-midnight. $500, individual tickets; $5,000, sponsorships. Cox Business Center, 100 Civic Ctr. Silent Auction, Dinner, Live Auction, Presentation of Sweethearts & Mavericks, Live Entertainment, Dancing. Dress code: Cocktail Attire. Benefits American Heart Association. Contact Hannah Sipes at hannah.sipes@heart.org or 918.877.8363. Visit tulsaheartball.heart.org.

 

22 — Pink Stiletto: Reba on the River

$5,000-$50,000, sponsorships. River Spirit Casino Resort, 8330 Riverside Parkway.
The evening will include regular and VIP cocktail hours, a delicious dinner from the chef at River Spirit Casino, a program hosted by Country Music Superstar Reba McEntire, a live auction, and several surprises throughout the night. Benefits Susan G. Komen Tulsa. Contact Pam Ballard at 918-392-2745 x 200. Visit https://komentulsa.org/tulsa-events/2018-pink-stiletto/.

 

22 — Puttin' on the Dog

6-9 p.m. $125, individual tickets; Begin at $500, sponsorships. Cox Business Center, 100 Civic Center. Gourmet dinner, live music, silent and live auctions. Dress code: Cocktail Attire. Benefits LIFE Senior Services. Contact Rickye Wilson at rwilson@lifeseniorservices.org or 918-664-9000. Visit lifeseniorservices.org.

 

23 — Gilcrease After Hours

6-9 p.m. Free. Gilcrease Museum, 1400 North Gilcrease Museum Road. Gilcrease After Hours invites visitors to explore the museum, grab a drink, network with other young professionals, and support your local art community. FREE! Typically held the last Friday of the month, Gilcrease After Hours has a different theme relating to current culture and the museum collections such as Liquors of the American West, Trivia Night, Wonder Women, and Beer and Wine Garden Party. Dress code: Casual. Benefits Gilcrease Museum. Contact Natalie Panther at natalie-panther@utulsa.edu or 918-631-6414. Visit gilcrease.org.

 

23 — CASA Casino 2018: Pearls and Prohibition

6-11 p.m. $200, individual tickets; $2000 and up, sponsorships. The Mayo Hotel, 115 W. 5th Street. Special Guest Speaker, Ashley Rhodes-Courter, Author of Three Little Words, the NY Times Bestseller; Silent auction, wine and gift card pull, live auction, plated dinner, followed by dancing and live Casino. Dress code: Black Tie. Gatsby Attire suggested. Benefits Tulsa CASA Inc. Contact Paula McKay at paula.mckay@tulsacasa.org or 918-584-2272. Visit casacasino.org.

 

23 — Street Party

6-11 p.m. $150, individual tickets; $1,000-$25,000, sponsorships. Cox Business Center, 100 Civic Center. Dinner, live auction by Rick Miller, music by Full Flava Kings. Dress code: Business Casual. Benefits Street School, Inc. Contact Sandra Thornton at thornsa2@tulsaschools.org or 918-833-9813. Visit streetpartytulsa.com.

 

24 — OKC Polar Plunge

9 a.m.-1 p.m. n/a, individual tickets; n/a, sponsorships. White Water Bay, 3908 W Reno Ave, OKC. Benefits Special Olympics Oklahoma. Contact Jennifer Lightle at jenniferl@sook.org. Visit mysook.org/oklahomacitypolarplunge.

 

24 — Lunar New Year Gala

6-10:30 p.m. Southern Hills Country Club, 2636 E. 61st St. The 2018 Lunar New Year Gala at Southern Hills Country Club will again be the for an elegant evening of candlelight, fine dining, jazz entertainment and a few surprises. The evening will begin with a champagne and cocktail hour featuring a jazz trio and silent auction, will progress to dinner and a live auction in the ballroom and end with desert and dancing. Dress code: Cocktail Attire. Benefits Dillon International. Contact Meredith Miers at Meredith@dillonadopt.com or 918-748-5613. Visit dillonadopt.com.

 

24 — Jenks Public Schools Foundation Dinner & Auction One Big Trojan Family

6-10 p.m. $100.00, individual tickets; $1500.00 and up, sponsorships. River Spirit Casino Resort, 8330 Riverside Parkway. Enjoy a fabulous night of FUNdraising!  Silent auction includes classroom baskets from elementary sites across the district and live auction includes trips, experiences and services.Dress code: Casual. Benefits Jenks Public Schools Foundation. Contact Liz Flake at liz.flake@jenksps.org or 9182994463. Visit jenksfoundation.org.

 

24 — Orange Peel

7-10 p.m. $35 for OSU Alumni Association members $45 for nonmembers, individual tickets; $500-$5,000, sponsorships. Cain’s Ballroom, 423 N Main. Concert featuring The Great Divide with the Red Dirt Rangers and The Chance Anderson Band. All proceeds to go to scholarships for Tulsa area high school seniors attending OSU in the fall. Dress code: Casual. Benefits OSU Alumni Association Tulsa Chapter. Contact Barbara Hagy at barbara.hagy@tulsatech.edu. Visit orangeconnection.org/orangepeel.

 

24 — Buttercup Bash Casino Royale

7:30-11 p.m. $75/$125, individual tickets; Contact Buttercupbashjwa@gmail.com, sponsorships. Agora Event Center , 1402 S Peoria Ave #200, Tulsa . Cocktail Casino Fundraiser with a silent and live auction! Dress code: Cocktail Attire. Benefits Junior Women's Association of the Tulsa Boys Home . Contact Lori Dean at Buttercupbashjwa@gmail.com. Visit tbhjuniorwomen.com/fundraisers/.

 

25 — Polo Grill Dinner Supporting Saint Simeon's

6-9 p.m. $500, individual tickets. Polo Grill, 2038 Utica Square. A delicious multi-course dinner with choice paired wines prepared by Chef Robert Merrifield and The Polo Grill staff. Benefiting Saint Simeon's front-line employees, skills training and educational opportunities. Honoring Saint Simeon's President and CEO Lindsay Hurley Fick and her years of service at Saint Simeon's. Dress code: Business Casual. Benefits Saint Simeon's Foundation. Contact Carolyn Blair at cblair@saintsimeons.org or 918-794-1977. Visit saintsimeons.org.

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March 2018

1   — Niles Night at the Round-Up

6 p.m. Donations to the Will Rogers High School Fine Arts Department. Tickets to the Round-up included with donation. Will Rogers High School Auditorium, 3909 East 5th Place. Reception honoring former teacher Doris Niles, known as "Teacher to the Stars" followed by the Will Rogers Round-Up all school variety show. Donations to the Fine Arts Department at WRHS. Dress code: Business Casual. Benefits Will Rogers High School Community Foundation. Contact Beth Dennis at bethdennis69@gmail.com or 918-495-0742. Visit willrogersfoundation.net.

 

2   — Harwelden Awards Luncheon

12 p.m. TBD, individual tickets; TBD, sponsorships. Hardesty Arts Center, 101 E. Archer Ave. The Harwelden Awards honor individuals and organizations that have been exemplary advocates and supporters of the arts and humanities in the Tulsa community. Dress code: Business Casual. Benefits Arts & Humanities Council of Tulsa. Contact Lauren Collins at lcollins@ahct.org or 5843333. Visit ahhatulsa.org.

 

3   — Fun Country Polar Plunge

10 a.m.-1 p.m. Benefits Special Olympics Oklahoma. Contact JENNIFER LIGHTLE at JENNIFERL@SOOK.ORG. Visit mysook.org/funcountrypolarplunge.

 

2   — Memory Gala

6-11 p.m. Sponsorships and Tables, available. Diane Powell, 2448 East 81st Suite 3000. Dress code: Cocktail Attire. Benefits Alzheimer's Association. Contact Diane Powell at dpowell@alz.org or 918-392-5002. Visit memorygala.org.

 

3 — Opera Ball

Mayo Hotel, 115 W 5th St. Tulsa Opera annually introduces a special group of Tulsa high school seniors as Opera Ball Debutantes and Squires preparing for their journey into adulthood. Meet the 2017-18 Debutantes and Squires who make their debut at the Tulsa Opera Ball on March 3 in the historic Mayo Hotel in downtown Tulsa. A part of this city’s vibrant social calendar for the past 56 years, the Tulsa Opera Ball creates lasting memories for local students and their families throughout the year. Dress code: Black Tie. Benefits Tulsa Opera. Contact Richard Koenig at rkoenig@tulsaopera.com or 918-582-4035. Visit tulsaopera.com.

 

3   — Pennies for Pearls Music Trivia Charity Event

6-10 p.m. $125, individual tickets; $800, table of 8. Hard Rock Hotel and Casino Tulsa, 777 West Cherokee, Catoosa. Pennies for Pearls Music Trivia Charity Event 2018 will be held next year at the Hard Rock Hotel & Casino on Saturday, March 3rd. Doors open at 6 pm. Prepare yourself for an amazing evening of dinner, silent auction, dessert auction, and a wine pull. Next, you will spend the evening competing with all those at your table as a team for the trophies and bragging rights of the 2018 Pennies for Pearls Trivia Champions. We have great local celebrities as our emcee as well as celebrity and primary judges and our wonderful Union Football Players as our official final judges for this event. Reservations are required so call today at 918-747-3747 or visit our website at www.APDAParkinson.org/Oklahoma for registration information to be posted soon. We hope to see you there! Dress code: Business Casual. Table themes are great!  Choose whatever works for you. attire suggested. Benefits American Parkinson Disease Association - Oklahoma Chapter. Contact Jennifer Johnson at jjohnson@apdaparkinson.org or 9187473747. Visit APDAParkinson.org/Oklahoma.

 

3   — Red Ribbon Gala

7-11 p.m. $500, individual tickets; Rose Patron $2,000, Scarlet Patron $6,000, Ruby Patron $10,000, Friends of Charles Patron $15,000, Red Presenting Sponsor $25,000 , sponsorships. Cox Business Center, 100 Civic Center. cocktails, dinner, dancing and live auction. The best party of the year! Dress code: Black Tie. Black or Red Tie attire suggested. Benefits Tulsa CARES. Contact Katie Sawicki at katies@tulsacares.org or 9188344194. Visit redribbongala.org/.

 

3   — Sapphire Celebration: Santorini Nights

5:30 p.m.-midnight. Tickets range from $65-$125, individual tickets; Sponsorship options from $500, sponsorships. River Spirit Casino Resort, 8330 Riverside Pkwy, Tulsa . A fun-filled evening of Greek decadence with silent and live auction, dinner, dancing, and a live band, Santorini Nights is set to be a great night of fundraising for Riverfield Country Day School's 645 infant - 12th grade students. Dress code: Black Tie. Black tie optional with a Mediterranean flair attire suggested. Benefits Riverfield Country Day School. Contact Emily Walton at ewalton@riverfield.org or 918.446.3553. Visit riverfield.org.

 

8   — Women of the Year — Pinnacle Awards

6-9 p.m. $100, individual tickets; $500 to $25,000, sponsorships. DoubleTree by Hilton , 616 W. Seventh Street. Honoring ten fearless women who are role models in their professions, take risks on behalf of others, perform community services and advocate for women’s issues and concerns. The Anna C. Roth Legacy Award will also be presented to Former Tulsa Mayor Kathy Taylor. Presented by the YWCA in partnership with the Mayor's Commission on the Status of Women. Dress code: Black Tie. Benefits YWCA Tulsa. Contact Olivia Martin at omartin@ywcatulsa.org or 918-858-2370. Visit tulsapearlparty.com.

 

8   — Annual Banquet

6-8:30 p.m. Complementary evening, reservations required , individual tickets;  Table sponsorships $600 , sponsorships. Glenpool conference center,  12205 S. Yukon,  Glenpool. Annual celebration with dinner and silent auction. Dress code: Business Casual. Benefits Mend Medical Clinic and Pregnancy Resource Center. Contact  Forrest Cowan at forrest@mendpregnancy.org or 9187456000. Visit Mendpregnancy.org/banquet.

 

9 — Vintage '53

6-9 p.m. $175 per person, individual tickets; $10,000; $4000; $2,500; $1,000; $500, sponsorships. Tulsa Historical Society, 2445 South Peoria Avenue. Guests will enjoy wine samples paired with a gourmet menu prepared by Chef James Shrader of Palace Café and narrated by Sommelier Joe Breaux. There will be a wine pull and opportunity to view first floor exhibits at The Historical Society.Business or cocktail attire attire suggested. Benefits TSHA. Contact Pam Dose at pdose@tsha.cc or 918-832-8742. Visit tsha.cc.

 

9 — Brainiac Ball

6-11 p.m. $3500+, sponsorships. Cox Business Center, 100 Civic Center. Join us for a night of mystery and sleuthing at Brainiac Ball 2018. Our evening of intrigue gets underway Friday, March 9, 2018, at the Cox Business Center, all to benefit Family & Children’s Services. Guests will enjoy a thrilling night of fun, food and drink, live auction, team trivia and dancing.Dress code: Business Formal. Benefits Family & CHildren's Services. Contact Jessica Wiist at jwiist@fcsok.org or 918-560-1115. Visit brainiacball.com.

 

10 — Stillwater Polar Plunge

10 a.m. n/a, individual tickets; n/a, sponsorships. Boomer Lake, Stillwater. Benefits Special Olympics Oklahoma. Contact JENNIFER LIGHTLE at JENNIFERL@SOOK.ORG. Visit mysook.org/Stillwaterpolarplunge.

 

10 — Sip for Sight Gala

6:30-10 p.m. $250, tickets. Summit Club, 15 W 6th St. Black tie wine dinner with live and silent auction. Dress code: Black Tie. Benefits Vizavance. Contact Brandon Miller at brandon@vizavance.org or 918-496-3484. Visit sipforsight.com.

 

10 — Dance of the Two Moons: Wild Wild West

6:30-11:30 p.m. $250 per couple; $150 single tickets; Corporate: $10,000 to $3,000; Family, friends or individuals: $2,000 or a special sixshooter (six seats for $1,000). Hard Rock Hotel and Casino, 777 West Cherokee, Catoosa. Honorary Chairs: Jill and Terry Donovan Circle of Life Community Partner: Tiger Natural Gas  Band: Rusty Meyers Band  Premier and Live auctions. Sophisticated Western Wear attire suggested. Benefits Indian Health Care Resource Center. Contact Debbie Starnes at dstarnes@ihcrc.org or 918-382-1203. Visit ihcrc2moons.org.

 

15 — TBH Women's Association Bingo, Beer & Popcorn

5:30-8:30 p.m. $25 per individual. St. Dunstan's Episcopal Church, 5635 E 71st St. Advance reservations required!  An evening of fun to benefit the boys of TBH! Dress code: Casual. Benefits Tulsa Boys' Home. Contact Patti Morast at 918.625.4177. Visit tulsaboyshome.org/.

 

17 — St. Patrick's Day Run

Benefits Special Olympics Oklahoma. Contact JENNIFER LIGHTLE at JENNIFERL@SOOK.ORG. Visit mysook.org.

 

21 — Oklahoma Nonprofit Advocacy Day

9 a.m.-12 p.m. Free, individual tickets; $25, sponsorships. Oklahoma State Capitol, 2300 N. Lincoln Blvd., Oklahoma City. Now, more than ever, it is important for you and your organization to be aware of what happens at the State Capitol. What happens at 23rd and Lincoln will directly or indirectly affect your organization, and you must be in the loop. Oklahoma Nonprofit Advocacy Day is designed to get you the information you need and put you in touch with your legislators to discuss your organization’s mission and needs. Whether you are an experienced nonprofit advocate or new to the game, all members are welcome to participate. We will provide the materials and training. Walk the halls of the State Capitol. Meet your representatives. Network with other nonprofit advocates. We want you to Raise Your Voice and Stand for Your Mission! Benefits Oklahoma Center for Nonprofits. Contact Josh Lunsford at jlunsford@okcnp.org or 405-463-6886 x 207. Visit oklahomacenterfornonprofits.org/event/oklahoma-nonprofit-advocacy-day-2018/.

 

23 — Gilcrease After Hours

6-9 p.m. Free. Gilcrease Museum, 1400 North Gilcrease Museum Road. Gilcrease After Hours invites visitors to explore the museum, grab a drink, network with other young professionals, and support your local art community. FREE! Typically held the last Friday of the month, Gilcrease After Hours has a different theme relating to current culture and the museum collections such as Liquors of the American West, Trivia Night, Wonder Women, and Beer and Wine Garden Party. Dress code: Casual. Benefits Gilcrease Museum. Contact Natalie Panther at natalie-panther@utulsa.edu or 918-631-6414. Visit gilcrease.org.

 

24 — Sip for Sight Grand Wine Tasting

6:30-9 p.m. $85, individual tickets. River Spirit Resort, 8330 Riverside Pkwy. Wine tasting with local restaurants, silent auction and raffle. Dress code: Business Casual. Benefits Vizavance. Contact Brandon Miller at brandon@vizavance.org or 918-496-3484. Visit sipforsight.com.

 

24 — Carnivale

6:30-11:30 p.m. PRESENTING PATRON $60,000  VIP Seating 2 Tables, 20 Seats Pre-Event Publicity VIP Listing on All Event Materials Invitation to Patron Party PREMIER PATRON $30,000  Honorary Seating 2 Tables, 20 Seats Pre-Event Publicity Invitation Listing Program Listing Invitation to Patron Party GOLD PATRON $15,000  Celebrity Seating 1 Table, 10 Seats Pre-Event Publicity Program Listing Invitation to Patron Party SILVER PATRON $6,000  Priority Seating for 6 Pre-Event Publicity Program Listing BRONZE PATRON $4,000  Preferred Seating for 4 Pre-Event Publicity Program Listing COPPER PATRON $2,000  2 Seats Pre-Event Publicity Program Listing, sponsorships. Cox Business Center, 100 Civic Center. “The Best Party in Town,” as it is often called, is a lavish evening to revel in fine dining, lively dancing and plenty of surprises at Cox Business Center in downtown Tulsa. All Carnivale proceeds benefit Mental Health Association Oklahoma's housing programs, among other services. While Carnivale has always been known as the “Best Party in Town” — it also supports one of the most important causes in town. The fight to end homelessness, especially for our veterans, has become more important than ever. The work of the Association has been at the forefront of this mission for decades, and continues to make strides to provide housing, educate the public and remove the stigmas of mental illness. Carnivale 2018 will capture the relentless spirit of a WWII-era victory celebration. Be prepared to set sail on the voyage of a lifetime with a crew of amped up Boogie Woogie Bugle Boy-style performances and a victory celebration to support those confronting mental illness and homelessness—particularly our veterans. Dress code: Black Tie. Benefits Mental Health Association of Oklahoma. Contact Lisa Turner at lturner@mhaok.org or 918.382.2410.. Visit bestpartyintown.org/.

 

26 — Hawaiian Dinner at Bluestone Steakhouse & Seafood

6-11 p.m. Bluestone Steakhouse & Seafood, 10032 S. Sheridan Rd. Hawaiian Dinner with Silent Auction. Tropical Hawaiian Style attire suggested. Benefits Dress for Success Tulsa. Contact Katherine Skorvaga at Tulsa@dressforsuccess.org or 918-599-8892. Visit tulsa.dressforsuccess.org.

 

29 — Havana Nights

6-11 p.m. River Spirit Casino, 8330 Riverside Pkwy. Dress code: Cocktail Attire. Cuban Style attire suggested. Benefits American Red Cross. Contact Jenny Carr at jennifer.carr3@redcross.org or 9182641614. Visit redcross.org.

 

29 — Spring Symposium: "Dislocation & Migration"

9 a.m.-5 p.m. Helmerich Center for American Research, Gilcrease Museum, 1400 North Gilcrease Museum Road. Twice a year, the Helmerich Center hosts symposia for findings based on research of the Gilcrease collection and international scholars present these to an academic and general audience. The theme for spring 2018 will center around "Dislocation and Migration." Dress code: Business Casual. Benefits Gilcrease Museum. Contact Natalie Panther at natalie-panther@utulsa.edu or 918-631-6414. Visit gilcrease.org/helmerich-center/.

 

29 — Theatre Tulsa Season Announcement Party

6:30-9:30 p.m. $25, individual tickets. Dennis R. Neill Equality Center, 621 E. 4th St. Theatre Tulsa hosts its annual party to announce the company's exciting 96th season. The event will feature cocktails, hors d'oeuvres and live musical entertainment from some of Tulsa's most talented actors. Dress code: Business Casual. Benefits Theatre Tulsa. Contact Jarrod Kopp at jarrodkopp@gmail.com or 9182771189. Visit theatretulsa.org.

 

30 — Popping Bottles

8-11 p.m. A fun party for young professionals with silent auction, wine pull, open bar, and professional DJ. Dress code: Cocktail Attire. Benefits Emergency Infant Services. Contact Mary Ellen Evans at Maryellen@eistulsa.org or 918-582-2469. Visit eistulsa.org/events

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April 2018

 

April TBA — Hispanic Student Scholarship Luncheon and Career Fair

Free, individual tickets; Career Fair booths, available. High School Career Fair and Scholarship Awards Luncheon. All local schools are invited. Dress code: Casual. Benefits Hispanic American Foundation. Contact Veronica Donnelly at haftulsa@haftulsa.net. Visit haftulsa.org.

 

April TBA — Citywide Baby Shower

A drive across the Tulsa area for our littlest in need. Drop off diapers, formula, wipes, car seats, and other basic needs at our drop off locations across town. Dress code: Casual. Benefits Emergency Infant Services. Contact Mary Ellen Evans at Maryellen@eistulsa.org or 918-582-2469. Visit eistulsa.org/events.

 

April TBA — Babypalooza

BabyPalooza is a concert and art show hosted by our Junior Board that you won't want to miss. Dress code: Casual. Benefits Emergency Infant Services. Contact Mary Ellen Evans at Maryellen@eistulsa.org or 918-582-2469. Visit eistulsa.org/events.

 

April TBA — Bowl For Kids' Sake

N/A, individual tickets; Presenting Sponsor - $10,000; Strike Sponsor - $5,000; Pin Sponsor - $2,500; Lane Sponsor - $1,000, sponsorships. Andy B's Entertainment Center, 8711 S. Lewis Ave. Changing a child's life for the better, forever is right up our alley! Bowl for Kids' Sake is Big Brothers Big Sisters of Oklahoma's annual fundraiser to benefit our one-to-one mentoring programs. Tulsa's Bowl for Kids' Sake takes place in April at Andy B's Entertainment Center. Getting involved is fun AND easy! Dress code: Casual. Benefits Big Brothers Big Sisters of Oklahoma. Contact Marie Quinten at marie.quinten@bbbsok.org or 918-728-7940. Visit bfkstulsa.org.

 

April TBA — The Humanitarian Awards Dinner

Location TBA, Oklahoma City.  Business attire suggested. Benefits The Oklahoma Center for Community and Justice. Contact Mandy Winton at mwinton@occjok.org or 918-583-1361. Visit occjok.org/events/humanitarian-awards-dinner.html.

 

April 1-September 30 — Knock Out Violence

Pledge $1 or more per home run for the Tulsa Drillers season. ONEOK Field, 201 N Elgin Ave. Take me out to the ballgame! Take me out to the crowd! Knock Out Violence is in its 15th year raising funds for survivors of domestic violence and sexual assault. Here’s how you can help: Take the field as a sponsor! Have you dreamed of throwing out the first pitch at a Drillers game? Want a baseball signed by the team? Become a Knock Out Violence Sponsor! See details below. Pledge per home run! Last year, the Drillers had 133 home runs during the regular season. Making a $1 pledge per home run = a $133 donation to DVIS at the end of the season.  All participants at $1 per home run and above are invited to rally together at the Day At The Ballpark! Dress code: Casual. Benefits Domestic Violence Intervention Services. Contact Joan Anderson at Janderson@dvis.org or 918-508-2709. Visit dvis.org.

 

April 3   — Are You Smarter than a KIPPster?

5:30-8 p.m. $55, individual tickets; $2,500 - $25,000, sponsorships. Hyatt Regency Tulsa, Downtown, 100 E 2nd St. KIPP Tulsa’s fundraising event, Are You Smarter than a KIPPster?, is a game show mirrored after popular shows such as Are You Smarter than a 5th Grader? and Who Wants to be a Millionaire?. In our game, community leaders face off against a group of KIPP Tulsa middle school students in the ultimate challenge. Designed as a quiz bowl-style game, questions are taken directly from 5-8th grade lessons and textbooks and each team works against the clock to provide the correct answer. With the help of our LIVE studio audience, the head-to-head competition is always fierce! Everyone joins in on the fun but only one team can WIN! Dress code: Casual. Please wear your favorite college t-shirt or jersey and jeans! Benefits KIPP Tulsa College Preparatory. Contact Yolantrice Collins at ycollins@kipptulsa.org or 918-794-8652 ext. 114. Visit kipptulsa.org.

 

April 5   — TBH Women's Association Spring Luncheon

11 a.m.-2 p.m. $60, individual tickets. Renaissance Hotel, 6808 South 107th East Avenue. Advance paid reservations required!  A fun filled afternoon with sumptuous fare, entertainment, Silent Auction, door prizes & more! Dress code: Business Casual. Benefits Tulsa Boys' Home. Contact Patti Smith at psmith@mcgrawrealtors.com or 918-630-3888. Visit tulsaboyshome.org/tulsaboys/Spring_Luncheon.asp.

 

April 5   — 7th Annual Oysters & Ale

5-8 p.m. $65, individual tickets; Available, sponsorships. Greenwood Cultural Center, 322 N Greenwood Avenue. Freshly shucked oysters as far as the eye can see, beautifully paired with finely crafted beer or ale from local breweries, and all to benefit the critical and honored work of Hospice of Green Country.  Oysters & Ale will be Thursday, April 5th, 5 to 8 pm, held at the Greenwood Cultural Center. Reservations are required for this casual “come & go” oyster buffet.  Must be 21+ to attend. Sponsorships are available. Dress code: Business Casual. Benefits Hospice of Green Country. Contact Susan Garcia at sgarcia@hospiceofgreencountry.org or 918-388-1327. Visit hospiceofgreencountry.org/oystersandale.

 

April 5   — Founder's Dinner

5:30-9 p.m. $125, individual tickets; $1,000-$10,000, sponsorships. Trinity Episcopal Church, 501 S. Cincinnati Ave. 6th annual honoring the founder's of Iron Gate Dress code: Business Casual. Benefits Iron Gate. Contact Amanda Swope at aswope@irongatetulsa.org or 9183599038. Visit irongatetulsa.org.

 

April 5   — Dinner and Auction

6-10 p.m. $80, individual tickets; $2000, sponsorships. Bonnie Polak, 6363 S. Trenton Ave. The Dinner and Auction  is THE social event of the year for Metro families and supporters. It is sure to be an evening of fun that celebrates (and raises money) for Metro. We have amazing students and faculty and this event will showcase them both! Dress code: Casual. “Patriot Power” attire suggested. Benefits Metro Christian Academy. Contact Bonnie Polak at bpolak@metroca.com or 9187459868. Visit metroca.com.

 

April 6   — Hall of Fame Awards Assembly

9 a.m.-noon. No Cost for Admission. Will Rogers High School Auditorium, 3909 East 5th Place. Presentation of Hall of Fame Awards. Dress code: Business Casual. Benefits Will Rogers High School Community Foundation. Contact Beth Dennis at bethdennis69@gmail.com or 918-495-0742. Visit willrogersfoundation.net.

 

April 6   — Hall of Fame Dinner and Presentation

6 p.m.-midnight. $75.00, individual tickets; $750.00/Table, sponsorships. Renaissance Hotel, 6808 South 107 East Avenue. Dinner and Presentation of Hall of Fame Winners. Dress code: Business Casual. Benefits Will Rogers High School Community Foundation. Contact Beth Dennis at bethdennis69@gmail.com or 918-495-0742. Visit willrogersfoundation.net.

 

April 6   — 2018 Mirror Mirror Gala

6-10 p.m. $75.00, individual tickets; Starts at $500 for a Table seating of 4, sponsorships. DoubleTree Warren Place, 6110 S Yale Avenue. The MIRROR MIRROR GALA is a festive evening of fine food and drink, live music, and a live  auction while supporting the mission  of Youth At Heart - supporting  after-school and summer enrichment  programs for Tulsa youth ages 6-18.Dress code: Casual. Sports attire suggested. Benefits Youth At Heart. Contact Marquetta Finley at mfinley@youthatheart.org or 9184937311. Visit youthatheart.org/events.

 

April 6   — 2018 Promise Ball

6:30-11 p.m. $250.00, individual tickets. Mayo Hotel, 115 W. 5th St.  Dress code: Black Tie. Benefits Juvenile Diabetes Research Foundation. Contact Marisa Littlefield at mlittlefield@jdrf.org or 918-877-1951. Visit jdrf.org.

 

April 6 — ARTSCAPE

6:30 p.m.-midnight. $150, individual tickets; $2,000 - $10,000, sponsorships. Southern Hills Country Club, 2636 E 61st St. On October 18, 2002, The Grief Center opened our doors to served every grieving heart in Tulsa. Now, 15 years later, over 11,000 individuals have come through our doors and found hope and healing. Celebrate 15 years of hope with us at Artscape 2018. Artscape: An Evening of Art and Fashion is an unforgettable night filled with delicious food and beautiful art. Held at the stunning Southern Hills Country Club, this glamorous event includes dinner, a silent and live auction, and one-of-a-kind Art to Wear pieces from local Oklahoma artists. All proceeds benefit The Tristesse Grief Center. Dress code: Cocktail Attire. Art-to-Wear! Don't be afraid to be fashion forward. Benefits The Tristesse Grief Center. Contact Carolyn Yoder at carolynyoder@thegriefcenter.org or 918-587-1200. Visit artscapetulsa.com.

 

April 7 — Opening Day of Cherry Street Farmers Market

7 a.m.-11 a.m. 15th Street, just east of Peoria. Oklahoma's Premier Farmers' Market - bringing real food from our farmers to your plate! The area's best in local & organic produce, plants, herbs, baked goods, eggs, cheese, meats, garden crafts, music & fun! Dress code: Casual. Benefits Tulsa Farmers Market. Contact Kris Hutton at Kristin@tulsafarmersmarket.org or 918-636-8419. Visit tulsafarmersmarket.org.

 

April 7 — Aquarium Run 2018

8 a.m.-12 p.m. Varies depending on race and sign up time, individual tickets; Available, sponsorships. Oklahoma Aquarium, 300 Aquarium Dr, Jenks. The Aquarium Run is one of the area’s premier race events with more than 2,000 runners and spectators expected this year. The event offers a half-marathon, 10K, 5K and 1-mile fun run/walk. Perfect for a training run before the Oklahoma City Memorial Marathon, all registrants enjoy complimentary race-day aquarium admission and the new Sea Turtle Exhibit sponsored by The Oxley Foundation. Other perks include a kid’s zone with inflatables, men’s and women’s tech shirt options, and post-race snacks! The Oklahoma Aquarium is a 501 (c) 3 nonprofit, so all sponsor support is tax-deductible. Dress code: Casual. Athletic Attire suggested. Benefits Oklahoma Aquarium. Contact Liz Medrano at lmedrano@okaquarium.org or 9185281507. Visit okaquarium.org.

 

April 7 — Garden Party

8:30 a.m.-12:30 p.m. $75.00, individual tickets; $250-10,000, sponsorships. Cox Business Center/Grand Ballroom, 100 Civic Center. Silent and Live Auction, Brunch and Program. Garden hats and attire suggested. Benefits Little Light House. Contact Nicole Fields at nfields@littlelighthouse.org or 918-664-6746. Visit littlelighthouse.org.

 

April 7 — The Color Run

9 a.m.-12 p.m. $25-50, individual tickets. River West Festival Park, 2100 South Jackson Ave. The Color Run 5k of color and fun. Benefits River Parks Authority. Contact Ryan Howell at ryan@riverparks.org or 9185962008. Visit thecolorrun.com.

 

April 7 — Pranks and Paws

6-9:30 p.m. $40, individual tickets; Sponsorships available; visit tulsaspca.org, sponsorships. OU Schusterman - Founders Hall, 4502 E 41st Street. Trivia and dinner; silent, dessert and program auctions; restaurant and wine pull; presentation of trophy to winning team! Dress code: Casual. Benefits Tulsa SPCA. Contact Nancy at admin@tulsaspca.org or 918-428-7722. Visit tulsaspca.org.

 

April 7 — The Kelley Derby, Bishop Kelley's Auction

6-11 p.m. $80, individual tickets; $500, $1000, $2500, $5000, $10,000, sponsorships. Bishop Kelley High School, 3905 S. Hudson Avenue. 6-7:30 p.m., Cocktails, Silent Auction, Wine Pull; 7:30-9 p.m. Dinner, Live Auction; 9-11 p.m. Music and Dancing. Dress code: Business Casual. Kentucky Derby Theme - Big Hats, Floral Dresses, Bow Ties suggested. Benefits Bishop Kelley High School. Contact Robin Lewis at rlewis@bishopkelley.org or 9186097114. Visit bishopkelley.org/Auction.

 

April 8 — CAN Superhero Challenge

1-4 p.m. $20.00, individual tickets. POSTOAK Lodge & Retreat, 5323 W 31st St N. CAN Superhero Challenge is a fun and family-friendly event that gives your inner Superhero the chance to shine! Participants can choose from two obstacle course Challenges. After the Challenges, there will be fun and games available for Superheroes of all ages! Dress code: Casual. Superhero costumes suggested. Benefits Child Abuse Network. Contact Jackie Hewitt at jhewitt@childabusenetwork.org or 918-624-0217. Visit facebook.com/CANSuperheroChallenge/.

 

April 10 — Redbud Celebration

5:30-7:30 p.m. TBD, individual tickets; TBD, sponsorships. The Bond, 608 E 3rd St. The Redbud Celebration is a lip sync fundraiser benefiting OK2Grow, a workforce development nonprofit that helps students understand the opportunities available in our community. Dress code: Cocktail Attire. Benefits OK2Grow. Contact Stephanie Cameron at stephanie@ok2grow.org or 918-688-9796. Visit ok2grow.org.

 

April 13 — BOTANICAL! Dinner

Tickets are $1500 and limited to 200 people. 6 p.m. Tulsa Botanic Garden, 3900 Tulsa Botanic Dr. Savor the true flavors of modern French bistro cuisine in a one-of-a-kind dinner experience at Tulsa Botanic Garden’s first annual BOTANICAL! Dinner benefitting the Botanic Garden. Chef Amélie Darvas of HaÏ KaÏ restaurant in Paris will be creating a customized menu using regionally sourced materials. She will be assisted by Harold Dieterle of New York, and winner of Bravo’s first season of Top Chef, Fiore Tedesco of L’Oca D’Oro, Austin, and James Shrader of Palace Café in Tulsa. Students from The School of Culinary Arts at OSUIT will provide staffing support. The dinner will be held at the Garden’s J.E. and L.E. Mabee Grange and adjoining lawn which will be transformed to give the feel of a modern Paris bistro – with tables of  2, 4 or 6. Benefits Tulsa Botanic Garden. Contact Jane Dunbar at jane@tulsabotanic.org or 918-289-0330. Visit tulsabotanic.org.

 

April 13 — SpringFest Garden Market and Festival

9 a.m.-5 p.m. Admission is Free; Parking is $5, individual tickets. Tulsa Garden Center, 2435 S. Peoria Avenue. Indoor/Outdoor Market for all things garden related, plants and decorative items. Proceeds benefit the educational programs of Tulsa Garden Center. Dress code: Casual. Benefits Tulsa Garden Center. Contact Information at info@tulsagardencenter.com or 918-576-5155. Visit tulsagardencenter.com.

 

April 13 — Project Cuffway

6-10:30 p.m., individual tickets. Cox Business Center Grand Ballroom, 100 Civic Center, Tulsa. Join us for a night of fun, fashion, and entertainment while raising money for the National Pancreas Foundation. One hundred percent of proceeds from the event are donated to NPF. Dress code: Cocktail Attire. Benefits National Pancreas Foundation. Contact Robyn Peck at robyn@rusticuff.com or 918-695-0530. Visit projectcuffway.com.

 

April 13 — Tulsa New Leaders

6-10 p.m., individual tickets. Riverspirit Casino, 8330 Riverside Pkwy. Honoring Tulsa’s New Leaders. The outstanding men and women nominated have exemplified leadership qualities, are active in volunteer roles, or have excelled in metro Tulsa’s business community.  Those chosen will be among the most prominent, influential, and successful businessmen and women in the city.  This exciting evening will include a seated dinner, awards and bidding on exclusive live & silent auction items including dinners, get-a-ways and the opportunity to mix and mingle with our honored guests. Dress code: Business Formal. Benefits Cystic Fibrosis Foundation. Contact Jessica Cermak at jcermak@cff.org or 9187446354. Visit tnl18.finestcff.org/home.

 

April 13 — Garden Party

6:30-10 p.m. $100, individual tickets; beginning at $1,000, sponsorships. A New Leaf Greenhouses, 2306 South 1st Place, Broken Arrow. Garden Party, is a garden chic event featuring live and silent auctions, raffles, wine pull live entertainment, and cuisine from some of Tulsa's finest restaurants.  In addition, guests can shop for spring plants. It’s also a great time, to meet some of the individuals A New Leaf serves and see first-hand how ANL is making an impact in the lives of these individuals and in our community. Garden Chic attire suggested. Benefits A New Leaf. Contact Maranda Figueroa at maranda.figueroa@anewleaf.org or 918 451-1491 X120. Visit anewleaf.org.

 

April 13 — Battle of the Bands

7-11 p.m. TBD, individual tickets. Cain's Ballroom, 423 North Main Street. Presented by the Food Bank’s Junior Ambassadors, Battle of the Bands is a concert where high school musicians battle it out in the historic Cain’s Ballroom for the title of best band or singer-songwriter in the area. Proceeds benefit the Community Food Bank of Eastern Oklahoma. Dress code: Casual. Benefits Community Food Bank of Eastern Oklahoma. Contact Lourdes Alcala at lalcala@okfoodbank.org or 918-936-4506. Visit okfoodbank.org/events/battle-bands/.

 

April 14 — BOTANICAL! Symposium

Tickets are $200 for Garden members $250 for non-members and includes a seasonal luncheon following speakers. 9-11:30 a.m. Tulsa Botanic Garden, 3900 Tulsa Botanic Dr. An April Weekend at the Garden. Benefits Tulsa Botanic Garden. Contact Jane Dunbar at jane@tulsabotanic.org or 918-289-0330. Visit tulsabotanic.org.

 

April 14 — BOTANICAL! Bazaar

Free with regular admission. 10 a.m.-5 p.m. Tulsa Botanic Garden, 3900 Tulsa Botanic Dr. Shop for unique garden plants and treasures, pastries, nosegays, antiques and more. Contact Jane Dunbar at jane@tulsabotanic.org or 918-289-0330. Visit tulsabotanic.org.

 

April 14 — Herb Day in Brookside

9 a.m.-5 p.m. Free. In the Heart of Brookside, 36th & Peoria. Oklahoma grown flowers, plants, herbs, and items for the garden, along with handmade soaps, pottery, gifts, wine, food, live music & more! Dress code: Casual. Benefits Brookside Business Association. Contact Penni Shelton at pennishelton@gmail.com or 9186055049. Visit brooksidetheplacetobe.com.

 

April 14 — TBH Junior Women’s Association Derby Dash

9 a.m.-11 a.m. $30 for 5k (12 years old & under $25), $15 for 1 mile fun run (12 years old & under $10); Contact for sponsorship info. Turkey Mountain Urban Wilderness Park, 6800 S. Elwood Avenue. This will be the 4th annual TBH Junior Women's Association Derby Dash. Runners in the Derby Dash 5k Run and 1 Mile Fun Run will honor all young men at the Tulsa Boys’ Home. The Derby Dash pre-race packet pick-up will be on Friday April 13th from 11am to 7pm at the New Balance Store at 2030 Utica Square, Tulsa, OK 74114. Running Attire suggested. Benefits Tulsa Boys' Home. Contact Lindsey Beeghly at jwaderbydash@gmail.com. Sign up at signmeup.com/site/online-event-registration/121786.

 

April 14 — Chapman Foundations Route 66 Gurney Tourney

10 a.m.-1 p.m. Team Registration fee of $125. Free for spectators; Sponsorship is available from $1,000 to $10,000. The University of Tulsa, 800 S Tucker Dr. Gurney Tourney is winning big for families in medical crisis for the fourth year! The Chapman Foundations Route 66 Gurney Tourney is a hilarious way to support and help meet the needs of people dealing with serious issues. Teams race bed to bed to the championship round. Additional entertainment includes a car show, food trucks, and a health fair. There's something for the whole family to enjoy. Dress code: Casual. Benefits Hospitality House of Tulsa. Contact Rhonda McDaniel at rmcdaniel@hhTulsa.org or 918-794-0088 x205. Visit hhtulsa.org.

 

April 14 — Spokeasy

6-10 p.m. $75, individual tickets; A variety of sponsor levels are available. The Pearl District Building, 1209 E. 3rd Street, Tulsa. Spokeasy is a 1920's themed party, full of jubilant merriment! This event will include live music, dancing from The Oklahoma Swing Syndicate, food & drinks, an auction, and more surprises are in store for this one of a kind event. Please join us as we commemorate a decade of our commitment to the Tulsa community! 1920's themed attire is encouraged. Benefits Tulsa Hub. Contact Nora Miller at nmiller@ambassadorhc.com or 479-841-9358. Visit tulsahub.org/spokeasy.

 

April 14 — Rock The House

6-10 p.m. Cox Business Center, 100 Civic Center. Tulsa Habitat reinvents its annual gala event with the first Rock The House to build homes, communities and hope. Dress code: Cocktail Attire. Benefits Tulsa Habitat for Humanity. Contact Thomas Golden at tgolden@tulsahabitat.org or 9185924224. Visit tulsahabitat.org.

 

April 14 — OKCNP ONE Awards

6:30-10 p.m. 720 W. Wilshire Blvd., Ste. 115, Oklahoma City. Oklahoma Nonprofit Excellence Awards, honoring 5 Oklahoma nonprofits. The ONE Awards Selection Commission, a group of prominent community leaders from across Oklahoma, determines the finalists for the ONE Awards. The Commission meets annually in different parts of the state to expand awareness of charitable work in all communities. Dress code: Cocktail Attire. Benefits Oklahoma Center for Nonprofits. Contact Mandy Fair at mfair@okcnp.org or 918-579-1910. Visit oklahomacenterfornonprofits.org/connect/one-awards/.

 

April 14 — Tanzanite Nights

6:30-9:30 p.m. $100, individual tickets. CityPlex Towers, 2488 East 81st Street. Through your support, our school, our clinic, our farm, and our girls' home are all thriving and nurturing brighter tomorrows in Tanzania. Join us as we celebrate the growth of our organization from The Janada Batchelor Foundation for Children (JBFC) to Mainsprings, where we are continuing our mission to end poverty - one child, one community at a time. Explore the treasures of an East African market. Experience a family style meal inspired by the Mainsprings farm. Bid on a Tanzanian safari and your chance to visit the Mainsprings campus. Change the lives of hundreds of children, their families, and their community through your support. Dress code: Business Casual. Benefits Mainsprings. Contact Amanda at amanda@mainsprings.org or 9187062268. Visit mainsprings.org.

 

April 19 — Juliette Low Leadership Society Luncheon

11 a.m.-1 p.m. $250, individual tickets; sponsorships available. Southern Hills Country Club, 2636 East 61st Street. The Juliette Low Leadership Society serves as a visible advocacy group that raises funds to support the Girl Scout Leadership Experience in  eastern Oklahoma and provides a conduit for raising awareness about  the cultivation of a new generation of women leaders through Girl Scouts. Dress code: Business Casual. Benefits Girl Scouts of Eastern Oklahoma. Contact Susan Kenny at skenny@gseok.org or 918-745-5202. Visit gseok.org.

 

April 19 — Beyond the Curtain

5:30-7 p.m. free, individual tickets; $5000, sponsorships. In May 2018, the Tulsa Ballet season closes with Signature Series. This season’s production includes The Green Table, a ballet choreographed in post WWI-era Germany by Kurt Jooss, along with works by Nacho Duato and Tulsa Ballet Resident Choreographer Ma Cong. Each will contain elements of social justice and civic engagement, exploring the themes of war, death, and enslavement, and drawing parallels between those “long-ago” issues and the world today. Beyond the Curtain, which focuses specifically on Green Table, features the piece’s stager and dance historian Kathleen Redwine. Dress code: Business Casual. Benefits Tulsa Ballet. Contact Cindy Webb at cindy.webb@tulsaballet.org or 918-749-6030. Visit tulsaballet.org.

 

April 19 — Appetite for Construction

6-9 p.m. $85, individual tickets. Metro Appliances and More, 5313 S. Mingo Road. This annual fundraiser is presented by the Home Builders Association of Greater Tulsa. The evening includes small plates of 10 of Tulsa's top chefs. The evening includes live entertainment, live & silent auction, liquor tastings and more! Dress code: Cocktail Attire. Benefits Home Builders Association Charitable Foundation. Contact Morgan Merritt at mmerritt@tulsahba.com or 918-663-5820. Visit Tulsahba.com.

 

April 19 — Step Up to the Plate, Fight ALS

6:30-10 p.m. $100, individual tickets; available, sponsorships. The Bond, 608 E 3rd Street. Enjoy local restaurants compete for your favorite gourmet ballpark food, drinks, auctions and more to raise money for ALS (Lou Gehrig's disease). Dress code: Business Casual. Benefits Muscular Dystrophy Association. Contact Becky Prine at bprine@mdausa.org or 918-749-7997. Visit mdausa.org.

 

April 19 — Embers

6:30-9:30 p.m. TBD, individual tickets; Starting at $500, sponsorships. Tulsa Country Club, 701 N. Union Ave. Evening of casino styles games, prizes, food and fun. Dress code: Business Casual. Benefits Palmer Continuum of Care, Inc. Contact Stephanie Haddock at SHaddock@palmer-tulsa.org or 918-832-7764. Visit palmer-tulsa.org.

 

April 20 — CANdlelight Ball

6:30-11 p.m., individual tickets; 5 levels of sponsorships available. The Mayo Hotel, 115 W 5th St. Gala event to raise funds for children involved in child abuse investigations. Dress code: Black Tie. Benefits Child Abuse Network. Contact Jackie Hewitt at jhewitt@childabusenetwork.org or 918-624-0217. Visit facebook.com/CANdlelightBall/.

 

April 21 — First Annual 5K Blue Run

7:15 p.m., 5K glow run/walk; 8 p.m., one-mile fun run. Sapulpa VFW Post 1340, 1201 W. Dewey Ave. Runs start and finish on Rock Creek Bridge. Food trucks, silent auction./raffle, live music, kids’ activities, government vehicles on display. $35, 5K run; $25, fun run; $5, on-site parking. Ends with LED memorial balloon release, $5. Benefits Trooper Leon Bench Foundation. Call Jenni King, 918-931-1842; livlyevents@gmail.com

 

April 21 — Tulsa Heart Walk

8 a.m.-12 p.m. Free, individual tickets; Available, sponsorships. ONEOK Field, 201 N Elgin Ave. 5K walk in downtown Tulsa with the whole family. Dress code: Casual. Benefits American Heart Association. Contact Liz Asbury at liz.asbury@heart.org or 918-877-8378. Visit tulsaheartwalk.org.

 

April 21 — Where Hands and Feet Meet

9 a.m.-12:30 p.m. TBD, individual tickets; Sponsorships will be available, sponsorships. Mohawk Park, 5701 E. 36th Street North. 9 a.m., Fun Run and Walk. 9:30 a.m., Sanctioned, chip-timed 5K Run/Walk. Running attire suggested. Benefits TSHA. Contact Diana Higgins at dhiggins@tsha.cc or 918-832-8742. Visit tsha.cc.

 

April 23 — Annual Golf Classic

11 a.m.-4 p.m. $700 a Team. Tulsa Country Club, 701 N Union Ave. Support your local Boy Scouts at this annual golf tournament at the renowned Tulsa Country Club. We encourage you to invite your friends and associates to play in the tournament for a worthwhile cause of  supporting Scouting programs in Northeastern Oklahoma. Golf Attire suggested. Benefits Indian Nations Council, Boy Scouts of America. Contact Scott Copeland at scopeland@okscouts.org or 9183921212. Visit okscouts.org/support-scouting/golf-classic/.

 

April 24 — Empty Bowls

Cox Business Center, 100 Civic Center. Benefits Community Food Bank of Eastern Oklahoma. Empty Bowls at the Cox Business Center serves as a gathering of Food Bank friends and supporters for a dinner, live and silent auction, raffle and live entertainment. Guests are invited to take home a keepsake bowl made by local artists from the event, which serves as a reminder of the many empty bowls in eastern Oklahoma. Contact Cathy Wilkie at cwilkie@okfoodbank.org or 918-936-4544. Visit www.okfoodbank.org.

 

April 26 — Links to Independence Golf Classic

8 a.m.-2 p.m. $100 per golfer, individual tickets; Sponsorships starting at $250 , sponsorships. Cherokee Hills Golf Club, , Catoosa. Round of Golf, Buffet Lunch and Prize Drawings. Golf Attire suggested. Benefits Ability Resources. Contact Krisann Diaz at kdiaz@abilityresources.org or 918-592-1235. Visit abilityresources.org/ways-to-help/events/golf/.

 

April 26 — SPARK 2018: TRIVIA NIGHT

6-9 p.m. $100, individual tickets; $10,000; $5,000; $2,500; $1,500, sponsorships. Mike Fretz Event Center, 11541 East 43rd Street. Join Camp Fire Green Country for our 3rd annual fundraiser, SPARK 2018: TRIVIA NIGHT. The money raised allows Camp Fire to help young people gain the critical skills they need to thrive in a diverse and changing world.  Ticket or Sponsorship includes dinner, cash bar, silent auction, and a fun evening with Live Event Trivia! Dress code: Business Casual. Benefits Camp Fire Green Country. Contact Claire A. Johnson at cjohnson@tulsacampfire.org or (918) 592-2267. Visit tulsacampfire.org/spark2018.

 

April 27 — Conservation on Tap

General admission is $45. VIP tickets are $65. 6-9 p.m. Tulsa Zoo, 6421 East 36th Street North, Tulsa. Party like an animal during Zoo Brew! The Tulsa Zoo’s first ever beer-tasting event will feature beverages provided by local breweries and distributors, live music, yard games and more. This year, 100% of proceeds raised goes to saving wild chinchillas. Let’s brew for a better world. 21+ event. Dress code: Cocktail Attire. Benefits Tulsa Zoo. Contact Sarah Bowen at sbowen@tulsazoo.org or 918-669-6224. Visit tulsazoo.org/tap.

 

April 27 — Philbrook Wine Experience

10 a.m.-11:45 p.m. $170 members/$200 not-yet members, individual tickets; $3,750-$30,000, sponsorships. Philbrook Museum of Art, 2727 S Rockford Rd. This biennial fundraising weekend features internationally renowned vintners, regional restaurants, and an awe-inspiring auction to benefit Oklahoma’s crown jewel, Philbrook. In 2016 Philbrook raised over $3 million to make the Philbrook Wine Experience Weekend one of the largest fundraising events in the state and among the nation’s top ten wine events. Dress code: Cocktail Attire. Benefits Philbrook Museum of Art. Contact Kayla Costner Morris at kcostner@philbrook.org or 918-748-5382. Visit philbrook.org/wine.

 

April 27 — Rhinestone Cowboy

5:45-11 p.m. $500 for Couple; $200 Individual Tickets; $75 TYPROs tickets, individual tickets; Sponsorships at $25,000, $10,000, $5,000, $1,800; see voaok.org for details, sponsorships. Cain's Ballroom, 423 N Main St. Join us in celebrating our 25th Anniversary at Volunteers of America Oklahoma! At the historic Cain's Ballroom, we will recognize June Patton and David Hogan as Premier Volunteers and our Heart of Courage Award. We will have a boot scootin' good time to the best in country western music. Dress code: Casual. Western Casual; Boots and Cowboy Hats attire suggested. Benefits Volunteers of America Oklahoma. Contact Holly Yeagle at hyeagle@voaok.org or (918) 307-3028. Visit voaok.org/rhinestonecowboy.

 

April 27 — Gilcrease After Hours

6-9 p.m. Free, individual tickets. Gilcrease Museum, 1400 North Gilcrease Museum Road. Gilcrease After Hours invites visitors to explore the museum, grab a drink, network with other young professionals, and support your local art community. FREE! Typically held the last Friday of the month, Gilcrease After Hours has a different theme relating to current culture and the museum collections such as Liquors of the American West, Trivia Night, Wonder Women, and Beer and Wine Garden Party. Dress code: Casual. Benefits Gilcrease Museum. Contact Natalie Panther at natalie-panther@utulsa.edu or 918-631-6414. Visit gilcrease.org.

 

April 28 — Spring Fling: Soiree en Blu

$25, individual tickets; $40, per couple; $500-$2,500, sponsorships. Bailey Education Foundation, 10502 N 110th E Ave, Owasso. The event supports basic needs programs for Owasso Community Resources. VIP upgrades available at $15 includes express check-in and checkout and extra drink tickets and casino money. There will be live music, silent and live auctions. Costumed Mystery Event. Benefits Owasso Community Resources. Contact Randy Cowling at randy@owassohelps.org or 918-272-4969. Visit owassohelps.org.

 

April 30 — Golf Tournament

12-6 p.m. $1500/team, individual tickets; Starting at $2,500, sponsorships. Tulsa Country Club, 701 N Union Avenue. An arts-infused charity golf scramble which includes lunch, prizes & cocktail hour. Golf attire suggested. Benefits Arts Alliance Tulsa. Contact Suzie Bogle at suzie@artstulsa.org or 918-289-0222. Visit artstulsa.org.

 

April 30 — Musical Mondays concert

7-8:15 p.m. $10 each, or all five concerts for $40, individual tickets. Cascia Hall Performing Arts Center, 2520 S Yorktown Ave. Musical Entertainment Dress code: Casual. Benefits LIFE Senior Services. Contact Amy Mitchell at amitchell@lifeseniorservices.org or 9189918814. Visit lifeseniorservices.org

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May 2018

May 3   — Tulsa Tycoons a Night of Monopoly

6-8:30 p.m. $250 individual or $125 for under 40, individual tickets; $3,000, $5,000, $7,000, $10,000 and $20,000, sponsorships. Cox Business Center, 100 Civic Center. Food, Drinks, Networking, Mobile and Live Auction, Junior Achievement Mission Message. Attendees may participate in a life sized Monopoly game. Dress code: Business Formal. Benefits Junior Achievement of Oklahoma. Contact Martha Rongey at mrongey@jaok.org or 918-663-2132. Visit tulsatycoons.com.

 

May 4   — 23rd Annual TARC Shot In The Dark Golf Tournament

6:30-11:30 p.m. TBA, individual tickets; TBA, sponsorships. TBA. This unique tournament is played at night with glow-in-the-dark balls and glow sticks marking tee boxes and holes. Golfers will tee off in teams of four at the 9 p.m. shotgun start. All holes are reset to par 3 and the golfers navigate the course playing nine holes. The dinner and putting contest will be held from 6:30 until 8:30 p.m. and the silent auction from 6:30 p.m. through the tournament awards ceremony at the conclusion of the tournament. Golf attire suggested. Benefits TARC. Contact Craig Thompson at cthompson@ddadvocacy.net or 918-582-8272. Visit ddadvocacy.net.

 

May 4   — Scout Quest

6:30-9 p.m. $1,000 for two tickets, individual tickets. POSTOAK Lodge, 5323 W 31st St N. Join us for Scout Quest under the creative collaboration of TPC Studios and Post Oak Lodge. Enjoy cocktails, hors d’oeuvres, and dinner under the stars at this exciting event supporting the Boy Scouts of America. Camping Chic attire suggested. Benefits Indian Nations Council, Boy Scouts of America. Contact Jill Easley at jeasley@okscouts.org or 9183921207. Visit scoutquest.org/.

 

May 5   — Tour de Tulsa

8 a.m.-12 p.m. $35, non-members over 13; $30, members over 13; $10, 12 and under and all Family Fun Riders, individual tickets; Available, sponsorships. OSU Center for the Health Sciences, 1111 W 17th St. Tour de Tulsa has been a spring cycling ritual for Tulsa-area cyclists for more than 30 years.  The charity bike ride is hosted by the Tulsa Bicycle Club and the Tulsa Health Department. Participating cyclists have the opportunity to meet other cyclists, get some miles under their belt and maybe ride their first century of the season.  Tour de Tulsa offers routes ranging from 20 to 100 miles, as well as a family fun ride of about 10 miles. Athletic attire suggested. Benefits Pathways to Health. Contact Jenny Kucera at Info@TulsaBicycleClub.com or 9187493298. Visit tulsabicycleclub.com/tdt.

 

May 5   — Power to End Stroke Luncheon

8 a.m.-1 p.m. Free, individual tickets; Available, sponsorships. Renaissance Hotel and Convention Center, 6808 S. 107th E. Ave. The risk of stroke is greater among African-Americans than any other group. Luncheon includes health screenings, education sessions, lunch and live gospel entertainment. Dress code: Business Casual. Benefits American Heart Association. Contact Nancy Grayson at nancy.grayson@heart.org or 918-877-8367. Visit tulsaPTES.heart.org.

 

May 5   — Run for the Roses

1:30-5:45 p.m. $200, individual tickets; $1500 for table, Preakness Sponsor - $2500 (Includes 4 tickets), Belmont Stakes Sponsor - $5000 (Includes 8 tickets), Kentucky Derby Sponsor - $10000 (Includes 16 tickets), Winner's Circle Sponsor - $15,000 (Includes 24 tickets), Breeder's Cup Sponsor - $25,000 (Includes 32 tickets), Triple Crown Sponsor - $50,000 (Includes 40 tickets), Presenting Sponsor - $100,000 (Includes 48 tickets), sponsorships. Pavilion at Expo Square, 4145 E 21st St. Enjoy an afternoon at Tulsa Boys’ Home signature Kentucky Derby themed fundraising event with races simulcast live, on-site betting, silent & live auctions, raffles, wine & cigar pull, best hat & bow tie contest, open bar and fabulous food! Track Casual / 'Kentucky Derby Attire' suggested. Benefits Tulsa Boys' Home. Contact Karen Clark at kkclark@tbhinc.org or 918-245-0231 ext 5004. Visit tulsaboyshome.org/tulsaboys/RunforRoses.asp.

 

May 5-7 — Cinco de Mayo

5-11 p.m. $5-$10, individual tickets. River West Festival Park, 2100 South Jackson Ave. Tulsa's Largest and most authentic Cinco de Mayo celebration. Benefits River Parks Authority. Contact Ryan Howell at ryan@riverparks.org or 9185962008. Visit riverparks.org.

 

May 5   — Ritas for Rescue

6-9 p.m. $25, individual tickets. Humane Society of Tulsa, 6232 E. 60th St. Fiesta, drinks, tacos, silent auction, raffle, DJ. Fiesta Themed attire suggested. Benefits Humane Society of Tulsa. Contact Kara Hamilton at kara@tulsapets.com or 9187701663. Visit tulsapets.com.

 

May 7   — Town & Country Golf Tournament

7 a.m.-3 p.m. Meadowbrook Country Club, 9300 E. 81st Street. 2 Flights, Registration, lunch, shotgun start, prizes awarded. Dress code: Casual. Benefits Town & Country School. Contact Shelley Holmes at sholmes@tandcschool.org or 918-296-3113. Visit tandcschool.org/.

 

May 7   — Tom Boyd Memorial CF Classic

8 a.m. Cedar Ridge Country Club, 10302 S. Garnett, Broken Arrow. Enjoy a great day of golf and end with a fun evening including dinner, Live and Silent Auctions and the Event Awards Ceremony. The Live Auction will include Golf Packages at area Country Clubs; CF Event Package; Ultimate Golf Packages and more! Dress code: Casual. Benefits Cystic Fibrosis Foundation. Contact JoAnn Winn at jwinn@cff.org or 9187446354. Visit cff.org.

 

May 7-8 — Tulsa Boys' Home Frank Rhoades Golf Classic

8:30 a.m.-5 p.m. $400 / Individual ($1600 per team of 4); Hole Sponsor - $150 per hole, Live Scoring Sponsor - $500,Driving Range Sponsor - $1000, Player Favors Sponsor - $1500, Putting Green Sponsor - $2000, Lunch-Breakfast Sponsor - $2500, Major Sponsor - $5000, Presenting Sponsor - $10,000. The Patriot Golf Club, 5790 N Patriot Dr, Owasso. The annual Tulsa Boys' Home Golf Classic has become one of Tulsa Boys' Home's most important and successful fundraising events. Benefiting Tulsa Boys' Home, the Golf Classic is one of the oldest charity golf tournament in Tulsa. Participants have many chances to win and a good time is guaranteed for all! All players receive a special golf tournament shirt with the TBH and Patriot logos and participation in a super fun raffle and unique on course contests. The TBH Golf Classic is a "player friendly" tournament using the shamble format with blind handicapping, and players can win prizes for three places in four different flights in both the Monday and Tuesday rounds. Golf Course Attire suggested. Benefits Tulsa Boys' Home. Contact Frank Rhodes at tbhgolf@gmail.com or 918-494-3909. Visit tulsaboyshome.org/tulsaboys/Golf.asp.

 

May 8   — Shooting Stars Tournament

9 a.m.-5 p.m. $1,500 / Team, individual tickets. Graves Sporting Clays Complex, ZBASE, 7730 S Granite Ave, Skiatook. Join us for the 24th Annual Shooting Stars Sporting Clays Tournament at the brand new Graves Sporting Clays Complex! Dress code: Casual. Benefits Indian Nations Council, Boy Scouts of America. Contact Jill Easley at jeasley@okscouts.org or 9183921207. Visit okscouts.org/support-scouting/shooting-stars/.

 

May 11   — Go Red For Women Luncheon

10 a.m.-1 p.m. $250, individual tickets; $2,500, sponsorships. Hyatt Regency Tulsa, 100 E 2nd St. Go Red For Women is the American Heart Association's national movement to end heart disease and stroke in women. Dress code: Business Casual. Benefits American Heart Association. Contact Alera Henson at alera.henson@heart.org or 918-877-8364. Visit tulsagored.heart.org.

 

May 12   — 6th Annual DIG: Day In the Garden

4-8 p.m. TBA, individual tickets; $500-$10,000+, sponsorships. Tulsa Botanic Garden, 3900 Tulsa Botanic Dr. A family-friendly picnic with music, crafts, face painting and more. Ticket price includes all food, drinks and activities. Dress code: Casual. Benefits Tulsa Botanic Garden. Contact Jane Dunbar at jane@tulsabotanic.org or 918-289-0330. Visit tulsabotanic.org.

 

May 12   — Electric Lime Gala

6-11 p.m. $125, individual tickets; $2,500+, sponsorships. Tulsa Children's Museum Discovery Lab, 560 N. Maybelle Ave. This colorful, exciting event is held annually at Discovery Lab to fund operations, exhibits, and programming. Gala guests will enjoy cocktails, entertainment, and appetizers while exploring the exhibits and activities at Discovery Lab. Following “play time” in the museum, a seated dinner is served in a tent in beautiful, historic Owen Park on the Discovery Lab grounds. Dress code: Cocktail Attire. Benefits Tulsa Children's Museum Discovery Lab. Contact Anne Mannell at anne@tulsachildrensmuseum.org or 9182958144. Visit tulsachildrensmuseum.org/ELG.

 

May 12   — Gem Gala

5-11 p.m. TBA, individual tickets; TBA, sponsorships. Tulsa Historical Society & Museum, 2445 S. Peoria Ave.  Black Tie with a Sapphire Twist attire suggested. Benefits Junior League of Tulsa. Contact Kendall Mordhorst at kendall.clare.mcpeters@gmail.com or 9185106768. Visit jltulsa.org/fundraisers/gem-gala.

 

May 12 — WP Eleven

6-1:30 a.m. $75 individual / $300 VIP, individual tickets; $5000+, sponsorships. The Vault, 620 S. Cincinnati Ave. WP Eleven, benefiting Family & Children’s Services, will be held Saturday, May 12, 2018, on the rooftop of The Vault. Sponsors and guests don all-white attire to dine and dance the night away in Tulsa’s unique Art Deco District while sampling craft cocktails specially made by Tulsa’s premier mixologists. White Attire suggested. Benefits Family & Children’s Services. Contact Jessica Wiist at jwiist@fcsok.org or 918-560-1115. Visit whitepartyok.com.

 

May 12   — CREATE

6:30 p.m.-midnight. TBA, individual tickets; TBA, sponsorships. Hardesty Arts Center, 101 E. Archer Ave. This immersive gala experience is unlike anything else in Tulsa and is the Arts & Humanities Council's largest fundraiser of the year. Details coming soon. Dress code: Black Tie. Benefits Arts & Humanities Council of Tulsa. Contact Lauren Collins at lcollins@ahct.org or 9185843333. Visit creategala.org.

 

May 16   — Tulsa International Mayfest Invitational Gallery Opening Party

6-8 p.m. $25, individual tickets; Email kgrizzle@tulsamayfest.org for sponsorship information., sponsorships. Williams Center Towers I & II Lobby, 101 E 2nd St. Tulsa Mayfest Invitational Gallery preview party, the night before it is open to the public. Preview and purchase artwork from local artists. Heavy hors d'oeuvres and drink served. Our FREE-to-the-public fine arts festival occurs May 17-20, 2018. Dress code: Business Casual. Benefits Tulsa International Mayfest. Contact Krystal Grizzle at kgrizzle@tulsamayfest.org or 918-582-6435. Visit tulsamayfest.org/.

 

May 18   — Shoot for The Center, H-O-R-S-E tournament

10 a.m.-5 p.m. Free to attend, individual tickets. The Center for Individuals with Physical Challenges, 815 S Utica Ave. The tournament is a fundraising event with local celebrity match-ups playing each other in the game of Horse. Dress code: Casual. Athletic attire suggested. Benefits The Center for Individuals with Physical Challenges. Contact Joyce Jochim at jjochim@tulsacenter.org or 918-584-8607. Visit tulsacenter.org/.

 

May 19   — Great Strides

9 a.m.-12 p.m. Centennial Park,. Great Strides provides a great opportunity for people within the community to get involved in a great cause. Participants can form walk teams at their workplace, through their clubs and organizations, or with friends and family. Walk day is a fun, family-oriented event with a healthy 5k walk, children's activities, food, and festivities that participants look forward to year after year. Dress code: Casual. Benefits Cystic Fibrosis Foundation. Contact Meggie Gaskins at mgaskins@cff.org or 9187446354. Visit cff.org.

 

May 19   — Play Your pART Brunch

11 a.m.-1 p.m. $250, individual tickets; Starting at $2500, sponsorships. Hyatt Regency Tulsa, 100 E 2nd St. Plated brunch featuring keynote speaker (TBA). Past keynote speakers include actor Danny Glover & 2015 Miss USA Olivia Jordan. Dress code: Business Casual. Benefits Arts Alliance Tulsa. Contact Anna Inhofe at anna@artstulsa.org or 918-289-0222. Visit artstulsa.org.

 

May 20   — Heather Burns Memorial Scholarship Fundraiser Dinner

3:30-6 p.m. TBA, individual tickets; TBA, sponsorships. Tulsa Country Club, 701 N. Union Ave. Entertainment, auction, door prizes. Dress code: Business Casual. Benefits Heather Burns Memorial Scholarship Fund. Contact Samuel Burns at burnsam@hotmail.com or 9185821515. Visit hbmsf.org.

 

May 21   — Musical Mondays concert

7-8:15 p.m. $10 each, or all five concerts for $40, individual tickets. Cascia Hall Performing Arts Center, 2520 S Yorktown Ave. Musical Entertainment Dress code: Casual. Benefits LIFE Senior Services. Contact Amy Mitchell at amitchell@lifeseniorservices.org or 9189918814. Visit lifeseniorservices.org.

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June 2018

June 2   — 3rd Annual RISE to Freedom Gala

6-10 p.m. $100, individual tickets; Event & Table Sponsorships will be available beginning January 1, 2018, sponsorships. Hard Rock Hotel & Casino, 777 W Cherokee Street, Catoosa. Event will include dinner, music and guest speaker who is fighting to end sex trafficking.Semi-Formal attire suggested. Benefits RISE (Restoring Identities after Sexual Exploitation). Contact Keri Spencer at kerispencer.rise@gmail.com or (918) 822-3539. Visit riseshelter.org/.

 

June 2   — St. John Street Party

7-11 p.m. $100, individual tickets; Presenting 8,000, Gold 5,000 and Silver 2,500, sponsorships. Mary K. Chapman Health Plaza, 1819 E. 19th Street. Happening annually, St. John Street Party is one of Tulsa's largest outdoor fundraising events. The night features food tasting from more than 60 of Tulsa’s favorite local restaurants, food trucks and caterers, wine tasting, and live music. In addition to fund-raising for important St. John programs and initiatives, Street Party serves as a valuable “friend-raiser” to inform party guests and the communities about programs and services available through St. John Health System. Past beneficiaries include In His Image Family Medicine Residency training program, St. John Nursing, the Neuroscience Institute and Stroke Center, the Center for Women’s Health and others, all selected to help build a stronger community through improved medical care. Dress code: Casual. Benefits St. John Health System Foundation. Contact Jeannette Nichols at Jeannette.Nichols@ascension.org or 918-744-2186. Visit stjohnhealthsystem.com/foundation/street-party.

 

June 4   — Links for Little Ones

8 a.m.-6 p.m. $300, individual tickets; $100-$15,000, sponsorships. Golf Club of Oklahoma, 20400 E 141st Street S, Broken Arrow. Golf Tournament and Lunch. There will be 2 flights shotgun start- 8 a.m. and 1:30 p.m. Golf Attire suggested. Benefits Little Light House. Contact Nicole Fields at nfields@littlelighthouse.org or 918-664-6746. Visit littlelighthouse.org.

 

June 7   — Brookside Rumble & Roll

7-10 p.m. $10 per rider, individual tickets. In the Heart of Brookside, 33rd Street - 36th Street. Annual motorcycle parade & street party benefitting Make-A-Wish Oklahoma, featuring live music & fun! Dress code: Casual. Benefits Brookside Business Association. Contact Penni Shelton at pennishelton@gmail.com or 9186055049. Visit rumbleandroll.com.

 

June 6-8 — Oklahoma's 30th annual Statewide Preservation Conference

Registration required. Benefits the Oklahoma Historical Society, State Historic Preservation Office. Visit preservationok.org.

 

June 9   — 5th Annual Dirty Dog 5K and Fun Run

4:30-10 p.m. $35.00, individual tickets; available, sponsorships. RiverWest Festival Park, 2100 S Jackson Ave. Walkers and runners from across the city are lacing up to participate in the fifth Annual Bridges Dirty Dog 5K and Fun Run on Saturday, June 9, at the River West Festival Park, 2100 S. Jackson Ave. This timed race will benefit The Bridges Foundation in celebration of 54 years of service to our community.  During the evening festivities, participants can choose between a 5K course and the one-mile Fun Run. This run gives participants an opportunity to run or walk with their dogs, if desired. Medals and prizes will be given to top finishers and participants. The Bridges Barkery also will be onsite for the festival giving treats and prizes to your paw pal. Throughout the evening, food trucks will delight your gourmet pallet, and entertainment will be provided to keep the fun going well after the finish line is crossed! Come join us for this family fun event!  Dress code: Casual. Benefits The Bridges Foundation. Contact Nikki Jolly at njolly@thebridgesfound.org or 918-299-2656. Visit thebridgesfound.org.

 

June 14   — The Next Big Thing

6:30-8:30 p.m. $250, individual tickets; Presenting Sponsor - $40,000; Colossal Sponsor - $25,000; Tremendous Sponsor - $15,000; Humongous Sponsor - $10,000; Gigantic Sponsor - $5,000; Massive Sponsor - $2,500; Jumbo Sponsor - $1,000, sponsorships. Cox Business Center, 100 Civic Center. Join us for an evening of unimaginable proportions as we unveil a World Record-breaking object! Dress code: Cocktail Attire. Benefits Big Brothers Big Sisters of Oklahoma. Contact Matt Morton at matthew.morton@bbbsok.org or 918.728.7914. Visit nextbigthingtulsa.org.

 

June 14   — Red Shoe Shindig

6:30-9 p.m. TBA, individual tickets; TBA, sponsorships. Metro Appliances & More, 5313 S Mingo Rd. Please join us for a unique and interactive evening that will combine 10 activities into one evening!  From carefully crafted food and beverage experiences, to dance lessons, to becoming an expert party planner! Dress code: Business Casual. Benefits Ronald McDonald House Charities of Tulsa. Contact Shari Wilkins at swilkins@rmhctulsa.org or 918-496-2727. Visit rmhctulsa.org.

 

June 15   — Relay For Life of Tulsa Metro

5- 11 p.m. $0, individual tickets; Opportunities from $150-$10,000, sponsorships. University of Tulsa, 800 S Tucker Dr. Relay For Life is the American Cancer Society’s national signature activity and the nation’s highest grossing fundraiser. This community event, which is free and open to the public, helps raise money for research and support services benefiting cancer patients in the Tulsa Metro community. The event will feature music, local entertainment, games, and food options. Dress code: Casual. Benefits American Cancer Society. Contact Ashton Yancey at ashton.yancey@cancer.org or (918) 477-5400. Visit relayforlife.org/tulsaok.

 

June 15 — WALTZ on the Wild Side

7-11 p.m. $175 for Tulsa Zoo Friends members and $200 for not-yet-members. Individual VIP tickets are $350., individual tickets; Sponsorships are available, starting at $3,000. sponsorships. Tulsa Zoo, 6421 East 36th Street North. Tulsa Zoo supporters can prowl the park after dark while enjoying local cuisine, adult beverages and live music during WALTZ on the Wild Side. The zoo’s premier annual fundraiser is 7 p.m. to midnight on Friday, June 15. Standing for “We All Love the Tulsa Zoo,” WALTZ on the Wild Side will benefit the zoo’s capital campaign, Building Beyond Your Wildest Dreams, which launched in 2012. Building Beyond supports the zoo's 20-year master plan. In 2017, WALTZ raised more than $251,000 to build a bigger, better zoo. For the past 28 years, these exceptional WALTZ evenings have generated millions of dollars for many exhibits zoo guests know and love, including the Helmerich Sea Lion Cove, the Mary K. Chapman Rhino Reserve and the Lost Kingdom exhibit complex. WALTZ on the Wild Side is a 21-and-up event. Safari black tie optional. Benefits Tulsa Zoo. Contact Sarah Bowen at sbowen@tulsazoo.org or 918-669-6224. Visit waltzonthewildside.org.

 

June 23 — The Center Polo Classic

12-10 p.m. TBA, individual tickets; TBA, sponsorships. Mohawk Park, 5701 E 36th St N. The Center Polo Classic is a unique fundraising event in Tulsa, Oklahoma centered around Polo featuring fast-paced action of thoroughbred horses, divot stomping, champagne and side-line socializing. Dress code: Cocktail Attire. Polo Chic attire suggested. Benefits the Center for Individuals with Physical Challenges. Contact Joyce Jochim at jjochim@tulsacenter.org or 918-584-8607. Visit tulsacenter.org/.

 

June 25 — Musical Mondays concert

7-8:15 p.m. $10 each, or all five concerts for $40, individual tickets. Cascia Hall Performing Arts Center, 2520 S Yorktown Ave. Musical Entertainment Dress code: Casual. Benefits LIFE Senior Services. Contact Amy Mitchell at amitchell@lifeseniorservices.org or 9189918814. Visit lifeseniorservices.org.

 

June TBA — Taste of Brookside

Brookside, 31st and Peoria area. The seventh annual Taste of Brookside returns June 2018, featuring a wine tasting and restaurant crawl through Tulsa's favorite entertainment district. Experience decadent dishes and refreshing drinks from more than a dozen participating businesses. Taste it all and vote for your favorites for the coveted "Best on Brookside" awards. Taste of Brookside is presented by the Brookside Business Association. All proceeds benefit Youth Services of Tulsa, a nonprofit partner agency of the Tulsa Area United Way. Event date and ticket information to be announced. Dress code: Casual. Benefits Youth Services of Tulsa. Contact Brian Young at byoung@yst.org or 918-382-4457. Visit www.tasteofbrookside.com.

 

June TBA — Annual Support Our Troops Poker Run

$25.00, individual tickets. Military History Museum, 112 N. Main St., Broken Arrow. Support Our Troops Poker Run benefiting the BA Blue Star Mothers - Registration starts at 9:30am - Last bike out at 10:30am - Prizes for High Hand and Low Hand - 50/50 and Door Prizes. Dress code: Casual. Benefits Broken Arrow Blue Star Mothers — Chapter 5. Contact Rochelle Maciha at babluestars@yahoo.com or 918-259-9479. Visit www.babluestar.org.

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July 2018

July TBA — Sertoma Annual Pancake Breakfast

$6, individual tickets. Sertoma of Owasso, 495 W. Second St., Owasso. Annual Pancake Breakfast benefitting the BA Blue Star Mothers - Wonderful Pancakes, Bacon, Sausage, Biscuits & Gravy - Raffle Items too! Benefits Broken Arrow Blue Star Mothers - Chapter 5. Contact Janet Viel at babluestars@yahoo.com or 918-259-9479. Visit www.babluestar.org.

 

July 4   — Folds of Honor FreedomFest presented by QuikTrip

5-11 p.m. Free, individual tickets; Available, sponsorships. River West Festival Park, 2100 South Jackson Ave. Hands down Tulsa's Biggest and Best Annual July 4th celebration featuring fireworks, entertainment & activities. Benefits River Parks Authority. Contact Ryan Howell at ryan@riverparks.org or 9185962008. Visit riverparks.org.

 

July 4 — July 4th Celebration

7:30-10:30 p.m. $150, individual tickers; $2500 and up, sponsorships. McBirney Mansion, 1414 S. Galveston. Family-friendly event featuring dinner, drinks, music, face painting, valet parking and a fantastic view of the River Parks fireworks from the historic McBirney Mansion, home of Wendy & Gentner Drummond. Dress Code: Casual. Benefits Arts Alliance Tulsa. Contact Suzie Bogle at suzie@artstulsa.org or 918-289-0222. Visit artstulsa.org.

 

July 23 — Musical Mondays concert

7-8:15 p.m. $10 each, or all five concerts for $40, individual tickets. Cascia Hall Performing Arts Center, 2520 S Yorktown Ave. Musical Entertainment Dress code: Casual. Benefits LIFE Senior Services. Contact Amy Mitchell  at amitchell@lifeseniorservices.org or 9189918814. Visit lifeseniorservices.org.

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August 2018

August 2   — Cigar-B-Que

6-8:30 p.m. TBA, individual tickets; TBA, sponsorships. Burn Co. BBQ, 1738 S Boston Ave. Enjoy mouth-watering BBQ, sample fine whiskeys, and puff on a cigar at the hottest BBQ spot in town.  Dress code: Casual. Benefits Big Brothers Big Sisters of Oklahoma. Contact Chase Mowery at chase.mowery@bbbsok.org or 9187287932. Visit cigarbque.org.

 

August 4   — Back-to-School Style Show & Brunch

10:30 a.m.-12:30 p.m. Bronze - $250-$499; Silver - $500-$999; Gold - $1,000-$2,499; Platinum $2,500-$4,999; Diamond - $5,000 +, sponsorships. Tulsa Renaissance Hotel & Convention Center, 6808 S 107th E Ave. The purpose of the back-to-school style show is to create awareness and support for OBHC and children in their care. With the money raised, a special fund is set up to provide their yearly clothing and other basic needs of the children at Baptist Children's Home, Owasso. At the event, attendees participate in a silent auction and quilt sale starting at 9 a.m. followed by a style show and brunch at 10:30 a.m. Participants watch children beam with excitement modeling their favorite outfit for school or church on the runway. LeAnne Taylor, News on 6 Co-Anchor of Six in the Morning, will be the emcee. This will be her 14th year. Dress code: Business Casual. Benefits Baptist Children's Home, Owasso. Contact Donna Brooks at dbrooks@obhc.org or 918-640-9277. Visit obhc.org/bch-owasso/back-to-school-style-show?.

 

August 12-18 — National Health Center Week

8 a.m.-5 p.m. Free, individual tickets. Morton Comprehensive Health Services, 1334 N. Lansing Ave. One in every 15 people living in the U.S. depends on health center services. Morton is the largest community health center in northeastern Oklahoma. During the month of August, Morton and other health centers celebrate more than 50 years of service. Providing high quality, cost effective and accessible care to its patients is at the core of Morton's mission. Dress code: Casual. Benefits Morton Comprehensive Health Services. Contact Jerry Goodwin at jgoodwin@mortonhealth.org or 918-295-9398. Visit mortonhealth.org.

 

August 20   — Musical Mondays concert

7-8:15 p.m. $10 each, or all five concerts for $40, individual tickets. Cascia Hall Performing Arts Center, 2520 S Yorktown Ave. Musical Entertainment Dress code: Casual. Benefits LIFE Senior Services. Contact Amy Mitchell  at amitchell@lifeseniorservices.org or 9189918814. Visit lifeseniorservices.org.

 

August 25   — Tulsa Mini Maker Faire

10 a.m.-5 p.m. Free, individual tickets. Central Park Hall at Expo Square, 1701 S Sandusky Ave. Maker Faire is a gathering of fascinating, curious people who enjoy learning and who love sharing what they can do. From engineers to artists to scientists to crafters, Maker Faire is a venue for these "makers" to show hobbies, experiments, projects. We call it the Greatest Show (& Tell) in Oklahoma - a family-friendly showcase of invention, creativity, and resourcefulness. Glimpse the future and get inspired! Dress code: Casual. Benefits Fab Lab Tulsa. Contact Nathan Pritchett at nathan@fablabtulsa.org or 19187796025. Visit tulsa.makerfaire.com.

 

August 25   — Wild Brew

5-8 p.m. $65.00, individual tickets. Cox Business Center, 100 Civic Center. 20th anniversary of Wild Brew, the greatest party ever hatched!  Refreshing craft beers from all around the world, wonderful food from some of the best restaurants in Tulsa, Live music, Silent Auction.  Makes for an enjoyable way to support the Sutton Avian Research Center and its conservation and education projects! Dress code: Casual. Benefits G.M. Sutton Avian Research Center. Contact Audra Fogle at afogle@suttoncenter.org or 918-336-7778. Visit wildbrew.org.

 

August TBA   — 2018 Non-Event

Varies, individual tickets; Varies, sponsorships. Annual fundraiser to support Community Health Connection's operations and mission. Dress code: Casual. Benefits Community Health Connection. Contact Owen Cowdery at owen.cowdery@communityhealthconnection.org or 918.622.0641. Visit communityhealthconnection.org.

 

August TBA   — Murder Mystery

TBA, individual tickets. The annual Murder Mystery casts guests as detectives and has a new mystery to solve each year. Dress code: Business Casual. Benefits Arts & Humanities Council of Tulsa. Contact Lauren Collins at lcollins@ahct.org or 9185843333. Visit ahhatulsa.org.

 

August TBA   — Hike for Healing

$30, individual tickets; $500 - $5,000, sponsorships. Turkey Mountain, 6850 S. Elwood Ave. This trail run 5K raises money to help grieving hearts in Tulsa and gives runners a way to honor their loved ones while creating happy memories.    Experience a run unlike any other through Tulsa's own Turkey Mountain trails, then celebrate life, love and healing at the after party. You don't have to be an experienced runner to make a difference! Trails are available as a 5K run or a Memorial Mile walk. The money raised at Hike for Healing provides professional grief counseling services to children and adults who have no way to pay, and every step counts. Dress code: Casual. Ready to Run attire suggested. Benefits The Tristesse Grief Center. Contact Carolyn Yoder at carolynyoder@thegriefcenter.org or 918-587-1200. Visit thegriefcenter.org.

 

August 10   — Jeans and Jewels Gala

7-11 p.m. Benefits Tulsa State Fair Junior Livestock Auction Corp.  Visit tulsastatefair.com.

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September 2018

September TBA   — MisFEST: Music Is She Festival

$20-$200, individual tickets; available, sponsorships. River West Festival Park, 2100 South Jackson Ave. Benefits River Parks Authority. Contact Ryan Howell at ryan@riverparks.org or 9185962008. Visit misfest.com.

 

September TBA   — MCA Golf Classic

$225, individual tickets; $1200 for Team. Golfers from Tulsa and surrounding communities will have an opportunity to hit the links and support a great cause! Metro welcomes any and all businesses and organizations to participate and sponsor the event. The golf tournament is a great way to entertain clients or fellowship with friends. Dress code: Casual. Benefits Metro Christian Academy. Contact Bonnie Polak at bpolak@metroca.com or 9187459868. Visit metroca.com.

 

September TBA   — Gold Medal Gala

$2500, $5000, $10,000, sponsorships. Dress code: Black Tie. Benefits Special Olympics Oklahoma. Contact Derek Cain at derek@sook.org or 918-481-1234. Visit sook.org/support/fundraising-events/.

 

September TBA   — Laps for Little Ones

$250-$10,000, sponsorships. Cascia Hall, 2520 S Yorktown Ave. 1-hour fun run and carnival with food and games. Dress code: Casual. Benefits Little Light House. Contact Nicole Fields at nfields@littlelighthouse.org or 918-664-6746. Visit littlelighthouse.org.

 

September TBA   — The Third Annual MOJOFest

$20 each, individual tickets; $10,000 5,000 2,500 1,000, sponsorships. EAST VILLAGE District Tulsa. Celebrating the marriage of Jamie and Mary Oldaker (MOJO) Bands perform, Art is for Sale, Late night Jam/After Party - 100% of ticket proceeds benefit the Day Center for the Homeless. Dress code: Casual. Benefits The Tulsa Day Center for the Homeless. Contact Monica Martin at mmartin@tulsadaycenter.org or 9185566418. Visit facebook.com/MOJOFestTulsa/.

 

September TBA   — Evening of Giving

$100, individual tickets. Mike Fretz Event Center, 11545 E 43rd St. The Evening of Giving is a fundraising gala held in late September and presented by the HBA Remodelers Council to raise funds to support local charities.The gala is attended by over 250 members of the Tulsa community and has raised a over $150,000 over the last two years to support the community. Dress code: Cocktail Attire. Benefits HBA Charitable Foundation. Contact Morgan Merritt at mmerritt@tulsahba.com or 9186635820. Visit Tulsahbacf.com.

 

September TBA   — Champions of Health Gala

The National Cowboy & Western Heritage Museum, 1700 NE 63rd St, Oklahoma City. Champions of Health honors people and organizations that are making a positive impact on the health of our state through innovative programs. Dress code: Business Formal. Benefits The Oklahoma Caring Foundation. Contact Ellen Devereux at ellen_devereux@bcbsok.com or 9185512164. Visit championsofhealth.org.

 

September 7-16 — Restaurant Week

Participating restaurants offer a special prix fixe menu for brunch, lunch, or dinner. These restaurants donate 10 percent of Restaurant Week menu sales to the Food Bank. It is a week in which our community focuses on hunger and raises money so those who are hungry may have food to eat at home, in a shelter, or soup kitchen. Benefits Community Food Bank of Eastern Oklahoma. Contact Anushka Raje at araje@okfoodbank.org or 918-936-4511. Visit okfoodbank.org/events/restaurant-week/.

 

September 7   — Day of Caring

7 a.m.-3 p.m. Available, sponsorships. A community-wide day of service which will include thousands of volunteers from  hundreds of companies across the Tulsa area. Dress code: Casual. Benefits Tulsa Area United Way. Contact Furzanna Iqbal at fiqbal@tauw.org or 918-295-6630. Visit tauw.org/dayofcaring.

 

September 7   — Kaleidoscope Ball

6-11 p.m. $3,000-$40,000, sponsorships. Cox Business Center, 100 Civic Center. The Kaleidoscope Ball combines sophistication and fun with philanthropy and passion with a live auction, live entertainment, and dancing.  Dress code: Black Tie. Benefits Emergency Infant Services. Contact Mary Ellen at maryellen@eistulsa.org or 9185822469. Visit eiskball.org.

 

September 10   — 12th annual Golf Tournament

11 a.m.-7 p.m. $170 (individual) $680 (foursome), individual tickets; Title: $5,000  Eagle: $3,000  Birdie: $2,000  Par: $1,000  Hole: $500(no team) $900(with team), sponsorships. Forest Ridge Golf Club, 7501 E Kenosha St, Broken Arrow. Take the day off and join us for a day at the golf course! All proceeds benefit Restore Hope Ministries and their efforts to prevent homelessness, reduce hunger, and promote hope for families in financial crisis. Dress code: Business Casual. Benefits Restore Hope Ministries. Contact Michelle Reagor at mreagor@restorehope.org or 918-582-5766. Visit golf.restorehope.org.

 

September 11   — 15th Annual Charity Golf Tournament

9 a.m.-5 p.m. Team $400.00 / Single Player $100.00; Sponsorships Available. Battle Creek Golf Course, 3200 N. Battle Creek Drive, Broken Arrow. Join us for championship golf, awards, prizes, lunch and the opportunity to Support Our Troops Until They All Come Home. Dress code: Casual. Benefits Broken Arrow Blue Star Mothers. Contact Janet Viel at babluestars@yahoo.com or 918-259-9479. Visit babluestar.org.

 

September 11   — JA Classic

9 a.m.-2 p.m. $500, $750, $1,000, $2,000, $3,000, $5,000, $15,000, sponsorships. The Patriot Golf Club, 5790 N. Patriot Dr., Owasso. 17th Annual Scramble Format Golf Tournament. Golf Attire suggested. Benefits Junior Achievement of Oklahoma. Contact Martha Rongey at mrongey@jaok.org or 918-663-2132. Visit jaok.org.

 

September 11   — Western Days 2018

6-9 p.m. $75, individual tickets; $500-$50,000, sponsorships. Cox Business Center, 100 Civic Center. Western Days is in its 22nd year supporting Saint Simeon's. This Western-themed event features an entertaining live auction, a large silent auction, a General Store stocked with hand-made items from Saint Simeon's Residents and staff, a delicious dinner, live music and dancing, and more. Western attire suggested. Benefits Saint Simeon's Foundation. Contact Carolyn Blair at cblair@saintsimeons.org or 918-794-1977. Visit westerndaysevent.com.

 

September 13   — Flight Night 2018

6-10 p.m. Tulsa Charity Flight Night, P.O. Box 21228 Dept. 10. The one-of-a-kind Flight Night event continues for its' fifth year, while funds from Flight Night support transformative STEM Education for Oklahoma students. Find out more on Facebook.com/tulsaflightnight or Twitter @flightnightUSA. Garden Party attire suggested. Benefits Tulsa Charity Flight Night. Contact Mandy Leemhuis at info@tulsaflightnight.org or 1-918-401-5756. Visit tulsaflightnight.org.

 

September 15   — ART 2.0

6-9 p.m. $45, individual tickets. Oklahoma Performing Arts, Inc., 718 South Elm Place  Broken Arrow (81st and Elm), Broken Arrow. ART 2.0 Beyond the Barre: Dreams of a Childhood. Dress code: Casual. Benefits Oklahoma Performing Arts, Inc. Contact Laura Norman Tyson at opainc@aol.com or 918 269 8304. Visit opan2art.org.

 

September 15   — Philbrook MIX

7:30-11:30 p.m. TBA, individual tickets; $500-$20,000, sponsorships. Cain's Ballroom, 423 N Main St. Philbrook invites guests to sample craft cocktails from 16 of the hottest bartenders around town, enjoy some of Tulsa’s best food, and witness live artistic creations by local artists at the Philbrook MIX event, which benefits the Museum. Now in its seventh year, MIX draws more than 500 attendees to relish in music and mixology while the bartenders compete to be named the best MIXologist! Dress code: Cocktail Attire. Benefits Philbrook Museum of Art. Contact Jay Jamison at jjamison@philbrook.org or 918-748-5361. Visit philbrook.org/mix.

 

September 18   — Power Breakfast for Dinner

6-8 p.m. $75 - $500, individual tickets; $5000 - $15000, sponsorships. The Bond, 608 E 3rd St. Learn more about the incredible group of students that have achieved the highest academic growth of any public school in Tulsa over the past two years and that are pushing every day toward college graduation.    Enjoy an evening dedicated to the hardworking staff and students at one of Tulsa’s most rigorous college preparatory programs while enjoying Dilly Diner’s finest breakfast items and Fassler Hall sausages.    Support Collegiate Hall’s staff as they create a school focused on delivering outstanding academic results and a structured, values-driven learning environment for students and families in the 61st and Peoria community. Dress code: Business Casual. Benefits Collegiate Hall Charter School. Contact Nikhil Kawlra at nkawlra@collegiatehall.org or 9189251620. Visit collegiatehall.org.

 

September 20   — Oklahoma Caring Awards

6-9 p.m. $100, individual tickets; Sponsorships range from $1,000 to $10,000. Full tables available for purchase at ticketed price without sponsorship., sponsorships. DoubleTree by Hilton at Warren Place, 6110 S Yale Ave. In times of crisis, Oklahomans have always been known for their spirit of caring for their communities, neighbors, and strangers. Hospitality House is excited to recognize those in our state who exemplify this genuine standard of caring. We look forward honoring individuals, organizations, churches, and companies who care for their loved ones, employees, clients, and communities through the Oklahoma Caring Award. Dress code: Business Formal. Benefits Hospitality House of Tulsa. Contact Rhonda McDaniel at rmcdaniel@philoshospitality.org or 918-794-0088 x205. Visit hhtulsa.org.

 

September 28   — The Tasting At Woodward Park

7-9:30 p.m. $150, individual tickets. Woodward Park, 2435 S. Peoria Avenue. Wine, Beer and Hors d'oeuvres sampling event. Jazz band and fireworks show. Dress code: Business Casual. Benefits Tulsa Garden Center. Contact Information at info@tulsagardencenter.com or 918-576-5155. Visit tulsagardencenter.com.

 

September 8 — 7th Annual Charity Banquet

6-10 p.m. $75.00, individual tickets; $750.00-$1,000.00, sponsorships. Renaissance Hotel, 6808 S 107th East Ave.  Dress code: Cocktail Attire. Benefits MITA's Foundation. Contact Tina Peña at mitasfoundationtulsa@gmail.com or 918.381.8610. Visit www.mitasfoundation.org/events.

 

September 21 — Cattle Baron's Ball

Benefits American Cancer Society. Visit https://www.facebook.com/TulsaCBB/.

 

September 29 — Komen Tulsa Race for the Cure

Benefits Susan G. Komen Tulsa. Visit https://komentulsa.org/.

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October 2018

October TBA   — Birdies for Babies

A charity golf tournament benefiting Emergency Infant Services. Dress code: Casual. Benefits Emergency Infant Services. Contact Mary Ellen at maryellen@eistulsa.org or 9185822469. Visit eistulsa.org/events.

 

October TBA   — Savor and Stroll

Benefits Lindsey House. Contact Diana Denny at diana@tlcok.org or 918-933-5222. Visit lindseyhouse.org/special-events/savour-stroll/.

 

October TBA   — 5k Rosary Run

$30 per adult & $5 per child, individual tickets; TBA, sponsorships. Holy Family Cathedral, 122 W 8th St. 5K Run touring the Cathedral District to benefit St. Michael Catholic Radio. Dress code: Casual. Recreation attire suggested. Benefits St. Michael Catholic Radio. Contact Joseph Mcauliff or David Niles at joe@stmichaelradio.com or david@stmichaelradio.com. Visit tulsarosaryrun.com.

 

October TBA   — 60th Annual Awards Dinner

$300, individual tickets; $3,000 - $25,000, sponsorships. TBA, TBA.  TBA attire suggested. Benefits The Oklahoma Center for Community and Justice. Contact Mandy Winton at mwinton@occjok.org or 918-583-1361. Visit occjok.org/events/awards-dinner.html.

 

October TBA   — Mini-Laps

Little Light House, 5120 E. 36th Street. Little Light House kids take a lap around the track and show off their accomplishments. Carnival following program. Dress code: Casual. Benefits Little Light House. Contact Nicole Fields at nfields@littlelighthouse.org or 918-664-6746. Visit littlelighthouse.org.

 

October TBA   — Bunco-Rama 2018

$15.00, individual tickets. St. Anne's Parish Hall, 301 S. 9th Street, Broken Arrow. Bunco, Dinner, Dessert, Door Prizes and Silent Auction to Support Our Troops Until They All Come HomeDress code: Casual. Benefits Broken Arrow Blue Star Mothers. Contact Susan Thesenvitz at babluestars@yahoo.com or 918-259-9479. Visit babluestar.org.

 

October 1   — 2018 Tulsa Hall of Fame

5:30-9 p.m. $1,000 to $25,000, sponsorships. Southern Hills Country Club, 2636 East 61st Street. Dinner and Induction ceremony into the 32nd Annual Tulsa Hall of Fame Dress code: Black Tie. Benefits Tulsa Historical Society & Museum. Contact Maggie Jewell at mjewell@tulsahistory.org or (918) 712-9484. Visit tulsahistory.org.

 

October 4   — McDazzle Fun Ball

6-11 p.m.  $250, individual tickets; $1,500-$25,000, sponsorships. Cox Convention Center, 100 Civic Center. McDazzle Fun Ball will feature premier live and silent auctions, great food, and spectacular fun! Dress code: Business Casual. Benefits Ronald McDonald House Charities of Tulsa. Contact Shari Wilkins at swilkins@rmhctulsa.org or 918-496-2727. Visit rmhctulsa.org.

 

October 5   — Cocktails for Crayons

5:30-7:30 p.m. TBA, individual tickets. Wear your favorite crayon color, Cocktail and Business Formal attire suggested. Benefits The Pencil Box. Contact Nancy Bolzle at nancy@pencilboxtulsa.org or 918-442-2222. Visit pencilboxtulsa.org.

 

October 5   — Stacked Deck 2018

6-9 p.m. $1000-$15,000, sponsorships. Debbie Gordon, 1608 S. Elwood Ave.  Dress code: Business Casual. Benefits Resonance Center for Women, Inc. Contact Debbie Gordon at dgordon@resonancetulsa.org or 9185873888. Visit resonancetulsa.org.

 

October 6   — ZooRun

7 a.m.-11 a.m. Registration before Oct. 1 is $30 for the 5k and 10k, $25 for the St. John Fun Run; Sponsorships are available. Visit www.tulsazoo.org/run or call (918) 669-6614 for more information. Tulsa Zoo, 6421 East 36th Street North. Make tracks to join the pack during ZooRun at the Tulsa Zoo on Saturday, Oct. 6. Tulsa’s family-friendly race features a 5k and 10k, plus the St. John 1-mile Fun Run. Admission for the whole pack is part of the fun. Until 10 a.m., family members of participants can enter the zoo for free to cheer on runners at the finish line. After the race, participants can enjoy this year’s hospitality area with St. John family activities, face painting, Jupiter jumps, and more. Dress code: Casual. Benefits Tulsa Zoo. Contact Sarah Bowen at sbowen@tulsazoo.org or 918-669-6224. Visit tulsazoo.org/run.

 

October 6   — Center Experience

8 a.m.-4 p.m. TBA, individual tickets; TBA, sponsorships. The Center for Individuals with Physical Challenges, 815 S Utica Ave. The Center Experience is a team-building event, focused on physical disability awareness. Athletic Attire suggested. Benefits The Center for Individuals with Physical Challenges. Contact Joyce Jochim at jjochim@tulsacenter.org or 918-584-8607. Visit tulsacenter.org/.

 

October 7   — Green Leaf Gala

6-10 p.m. $150, individual tickets; $500-$20,000, sponsorships. Cox Business Center, 100 Civic Center. Delicious food, cocktails, live music, dancing, auction, and more. Dress code: Black Tie. Benefits Up With Trees. Contact Julie Etchison at jetchison@upwithtrees.org or 9186108733. Visit greenleafgala.org.

 

October 11   — Cooking For a Cause

6:30-9 p.m. $125, individual tickets; $500-$25,000, sponsorships. Metro Appliances & More, 5313 S Mingo Rd. Iron Gate's largest fundraiser of the year celebrating it's 12th year. The event will include a live and silent auction as well as a raffle. Dress code: Business Casual. Benefits Iron Gate. Contact Amanda Swope at aswope@irongatetulsa.org or 9183599038. Visit irongatetulsa.org.

 

October 13   — Noche de Gala

6:30 p.m.-midnight. $200.00, individual tickets; $3,000 & $5,000, sponsorships. Southern Hills Country Club, 2636 E. 61st St. Reception, gourmet dinner, Live Auction, dancing. Dress code: Black Tie. Benefits Hispanic American Foundation. Contact Veronica Donnelly at haftulsa@haftulsa.net. Visit haftulsa.org.

 

October 16   — Bo Van Pelt Celebrity Golf Classic

11:30 a.m. The Patriot Golf Club, 5790 N Patriot Drive, Owasso. PGA Golfer Bo Van Pelt hosts the 20th Annual tournament benefiting Tulsa Habitat. Dress code: Casual. Benefits Tulsa Habitat for Humanity. Contact Thomas Golden at tgolden@tulsahabitat.org or 9185924224. Visit tulsahabitat.org.

 

October 17   — Corporate Night — Gemutlichkeit

5-11 p.m. Varies, individual tickets; $600-$4,000, sponsorships. River West Festival Park, 2100 S. Jackson Ave. Pre-festival patron gala fundraiser for the non-profit Tulsa Oktoberfest, Inc. with a mission to produce an authentic celebration of German culture to benefit Tulsa and its River Parks system.  Patrons enjoy a sneak preview of Bavarian food, entertainment and of course, ein bier bitte!  Linde Oktoberfest Tulsa's Corporate Night - Gemutlichkeit is one of Tulsa's most popular outdoor networking gatherings.  Prost!Dress code: Casual. Bavarian Trachten (costume) Encouraged attire suggested. Benefits Tulsa Oktoberfest, Inc. Contact Tonja Carrigg at admin@tulsaoktoberfest.org or 918-596-2007. Visit tulsaoktoberfest.org/.

 

October 19-22 — Linde Oktoberfest Tulsa

$10-$200, individual tickets; Available, sponsorships. River West Festival Park, 2100 South Jackson Ave. It's Oktoberfest! Benefits River Parks Authority. Contact Ryan Howell at ryan@riverparks.org or 9185962008. Visit tulsaoktoberfest.org.

 

October 27   — BooHaHa in Brookside

12-4 p.m. Brookside District, On South Peoria, from 49th St to 33rd St. Okalhoma’s Largest Halloween Celebration & Parade. Trick-or-Treating, kids’ costume contest, pet costume contest, kid zones and parade. Halloween costumes suggested. Benefits Brookside Business Association. Contact Penni Shelton at pennishelton@gmail.com or 9186055049. Visit brooksidetheplacetobe.com/boohaha-in-brookside.

 

October 27-31 — HallowZOOeen

6-9 p.m. Cost for admission is $8 for ages 1 and older; $7 for Tulsa Zoo Friends members. The Haunted Train is back with spooky (but not-too-scary) surprises around every turn for only $5. Children can take a spin on the Scary-Go-Round for only $1. Sponsorships are available, starting at $2,000. Visit tulsazoo.org/boo or call (918) 669-6614 for more information. Tulsa Zoo, 6421 East 36th Street North, Tulsa. Tulsa Zoo welcomes little ghouls and gila monsters to HallowZOOeen on Oct. 27-31. This Tulsa tradition provides a spooky, but not-too-scary, family friendly trick-or-treating option. Corporate-sponsored Goblin Stops line the zoo to provide a safe trick-or-treating environment where your kiddos can fill up goodie bags – and with more than 3 tons of candy, expect plenty of treats. The Tulsa Zoo is helping green your Halloween by only purchasing eek-o-friendly sweets made with sustainable palm oil. This fundraising event runs for five nights, so you can start trick-or-treating early or make the zoo your Halloween evening destination. For tickets and information visit tulsazoo.org/boo. Costumes attire suggested. Benefits Tulsa Zoo. Contact Sarah Bowen at sbowen@tulsazoo.org or 918-669-6224. Visit tulsazoo.org/boo.

 

October 20   — Divas & Devils

7-11 p.m. Available, sponsorships. Southern Hills Country Club. Masquerade Ball. Dress code: Black Tie. Masquerade attire suggested. Benefits Tulsa Opera, Inc. Contact Richard Koenig at rkoenig@tulsaopera.com or 918-582-4035 ext 111. Visit tulsaopera.com.

 

October 28   — The Museum Gala

6-9:30 p.m. Patron Tables Available; $150.00, individual tickets; $5000-8 guests; $2500-6 guests; $1000-4 guests; $500-2 guests, sponsorships. The Sherwin Miller Museum of Jewish Art, 2021 East 71st Street. Dress code: Cocktail Attire. Benefits The Sherwin Miller Museum of Jewish Art. Contact Tracey Herst-Woods at development@jewishmuseum.net or 918-492-1818. Visit jewishmuseum.net.

 

October 26-November 4   — Care Card

$60, individual tickets. Buy a Care Card and save up to 20% at more than 200 local stores and restaurants. With Care Card, you’re saving more than money — you’re saving lives. Proceeds from the sale of the cards benefit the life-changing programs of Family & Children’s Services. A Care Card costs $60 and can be purchased online and at most participating merchants during the event.Benefits Family and Children's Services. Contact 918.587.9471. Visit fcsok.org.

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November 2018

November TBA   — JA Investor Challenge

$500, $1,000, $1,500, $2,500, $5,000, $15,000, sponsorships. Stock Market Simulation for High School Students. Dress code: Business Casual. Benefits Junior Achievement of Oklahoma. Contact Martha Rongey at mrongey@jaok.org or 918-663-2132. Visit jaok.org.

 

November TBA   — Visions: A Celebration of Nonprofit Leadership

“Visions is an opportunity to honor those individuals in our community who are stepping up to a challenge and getting the job done,” Kelly Sachs, 2017 Visions Chair Dress code: Cocktail Attire. Benefits Oklahoma Center for Nonprofits. Contact Selena Skorman at sskorman@okcnp.org or 4054636886. Visit oklahomacenterfornonprofits.org/connect/visions/.

 

November 2  — Giving Spirits

TBA, individual tickets; TBA, sponsorships. Cain's Ballroom, 423 North Main Street. Giving Spirits allows guests to sample a collection of spirits from a variety of distilleries, and attend seminars focusing on the nuance and craft of whiskey making. Guests can enjoy gourmet food, spirits, confections and music throughout the evening in addition to unique whiskey cocktails. The event addresses the issue of hunger while raising awareness with an evening of purpose and hope. Dress code: Casual. Benefits Community Food Bank of Eastern Oklahoma. Contact Cathy Wilkie at cwilkie@okfoodbank.org or 9189364544. Visit okfoodbank.org/events/givingspirits/.

 

November 8   — Unite!

5:30-7 p.m. Available, sponsorships. A celebration of the end of the 2018 Tulsa Area United Way campaign including a reveal of the total amount raised. Dress code: Business Casual. Benefits Tulsa Area United Way. Contact Bonnie Rucker at brucker@tauw.org or 918-295-6601. Visit tauw.org/unite.

 

November 10   — Paint the Town Red

7-11 p.m. $50, individual tickets; Available, sponsorships. Dinner, Entertainment, Raffle. Dress code: Black Tie. Benefits Delta Sigma Theta Sorority, Inc. Contact Sandra Quince/Chapter President at dsttulsaalumnae@gmail.com or (539) 664-6922. Visit dsttulsalumnae.org.

 

November 14   — TBH Women's Association Trivia Night & Dinner

6-9 p.m. $35, individual tickets. OU-Tulsa Schusterman Center, 4502 E. 41st Street Tulsa. Advance reservations required! A fun-filled evening where you & your friends can prove you are the smartest people in the room. Dress code: Business Casual. Benefits Tulsa Boys' Home. Contact Karen Clark at kkclark@tbhinc.org or 918.245.0231 ext 5004. Visit tbhinc.org.

 

November 17   — Holiday Mart

9:30 a.m.-2:30 p.m. Free admission, individual tickets. The Center for Individuals with Physical Challenges, 815 S Utica Ave. The Holiday Mart is the annual Center Member Art Sale, where 80% of proceeds go to the artists! Dress code: Casual. Benefits The Center for Individuals with Physical Challenges. Contact Joyce Jochim at jjochim@tulsacenter.org or 918-584-8607. Visit tulsacenter.org/.

 

November 21   — Tulsa Farmers Market Harvest Dinner

5-9 p.m. $125, individual tickets; see website for details, sponsorships. Celebrate the bountiful harvest from local farmers, ranchers and purveyors. Savor the taste of the seasons as talented area chefs create courses featuring fresh & preserved locally grown and raised produce, meats and cheeses paired with local beer, wine and craft cocktails. All proceeds benefit the programs and community outreach of the Tulsa Farmer’s Market, a 501(c)(3) nonprofit organization. Evening includes live music, cocktail & appetizer reception with silent auction & LIVE auction during dinner. Farmers Market Chic attire suggested. Benefits Tulsa Farmers Market. Contact Kris Hutto at kristin@tulsafarmersmarket.org or 918.636.8419. Visit tulsafarmersmarket.org.

 

November 29   — Tulsa Boys' Home Gift of Hope Fundraising Luncheon

11:45 a.m.-1 p.m. Free, individual tickets; Sponsorship Opportunities Available. Allen Chapman Student Union at TU, 3135 E. 5th Place.  Advance Reservations required! An opportunity to hear about the great things happening at Tulsa Boys’ Home, enjoy lunch and potentially help with financial support. Dress code: Business Casual. Benefits Tulsa Boys' Home. Contact Judy Treat at jatreat@tbhinc.org or 918.245.0231 ext 5055. Visit tulsaboyshome.org/.

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December 2018

December TBA   — 37th Annual Darnaby Arts and Crafts Show

Free admission, individual tickets. UMAC, 68th and Mingo Rd. The annual Darnaby Arts and Crafts Show has been a mainstay in the Tulsa community for over three decades.  With over 150 venders, it is one of the most successful and long standing shows in the area. Skilled artists and craftsmen return each year featuring unique, handmade items that are sure to please everyone.  This event is a “must attend” for all of your holiday needs! Dress code: Casual. Benefits Darnaby PTA. Contact Teri Shaffer at tlcowan54@gmail.com. Visit darnabyartsandcraftsshow.com.

 

December TBA   — Theology at the Tower

$50, individual tickets; Friendship: $500; St. Raphael: $1500; St. Gabriel: $2500; St. Michael: $5,000, sponsorships. University of Tulsa, 800 S Tucker Dr. Enjoy great food, fellowship and faith while supporting St. Michael Catholic Radio! All proceeds benefit the 501(c)3 non-profit radio station, Tulsa’s first local catholic radio station delivering high quality catholic programing. Dress is Business Casual.    Doors open at 6p.m. Dinner will be served at 7p.m. Dress code: Business Casual. Benefits St. Michael Catholic Radio. Contact Joe McAuliff or David Niles at joe@stmichaelradio.com or david@stmichaelradio.com. Visit stmichaelradio.com.

 

December TBA   — Holiday Market

TBA, individual tickets; TBA, sponsorships. Benefits Junior League of Tulsa. Contact Amy Brown at tulsaamy@gmail.com or 4056125105. Visit jltulsa.org/fundraisers/holiday-market.

 

December 6   — 28th Annual Advocacy Awards & Volunteer Recognition

6-8 p.m. TBA, individual tickets; TBA, sponsorships. The awards recognize individuals and organizations who have provided outstanding service and advocacy for Oklahomans with developmental disabilities. The event will include a silent auction. Sponsorships are available. Dress code: Business Casual. Benefits TARC. Contact Craig Thompson at cthompson@ddadvocacy.net or 918-582-8272. Visit ddadvocacy.net.

 

December 7-9 — Holiday Market

9 a.m.-5 p.m. $5, individual tickets; $250-$10,000, sponsorships. Union Multipurpose Activity Center, 6836 South Mingo Road. Holiday Market is a three-day, one-stop holiday shopping extravaganza featuring unique merchandise from more than 100 carefully selected vendors from Oklahoma and across the country. Shop for clothing, gourmet foods, gifts, children’s items, jewelry and more during the market – we promise you’ll find everything you need and more! Holiday Market raises funds to support the mission of the Junior League of Tulsa. Proceeds from Holiday Market go to fund our community projects that work to end the cycle of poverty in women and children of Tulsa. Dress code: Casual. Benefits Junior League of Tulsa. Contact Amy Brown at holidaymarket@jltulsa.org or 918-663-6100. Visit jltulsa.org/fundraisers/holiday-market/.

 

December 7   — Peggy V. Helmerich Distinguished Author Award

6:30-10 p.m. Dress code: Black Tie. Benefits Tulsa Library Trust. Visit https://tulsalibrarytrust.org/.

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The Farm Shopping Center will be hosting its yearly John 3:16 Food Drive November 1-November 15th. Drop Off: Farm Properties Management Office 5321 S. Sheridan, Suite 27 Tulsa, OK. 74145 If you...

Cost: whatever you are comfortable giving

Where:
The Farm Shopping Center
5321 S Sheridan Ave
Suite 27
Tulsa, OK  74145
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Sponsor: The Farm Shopping Center
Telephone: 918-622-3860
Contact Name: Piper Dunlap
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The Tulsa Air and Space Museum & Planetarium will be hosting the “Flagship Detroit,” a Douglas DC-3 aircraft over Veterans Day weekend, November 10 through 12.  The aircraft is presented by...

Cost: Free - $15.00

Where:
Tulsa Air and Space Museum & Planetarium
3624 North 74th East Ave.
Tulsa
Tulsa, OK  74115
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Sponsor: Tulsa Air and Space Museum & Planetarium
Telephone: 918-834-9900
Contact Name: Kevin Meeks
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We’re serving up our new chef-inspired fondue and traditional brunch options like Alpine Benedict Cheese Fondue, French Toast Fondue, Avocado Fiesta Toast plus bottomless mimosas. Reserve...

Cost: Varies

Where:
The Melting Pot of Tulsa
300 Riverwalk Terrace #190
Jenks, OK  74037
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Sponsor: The Melting Pot of Tulsa
Telephone: 918-299-8000
Contact Name: Alex Cooper
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FlyingTee is fun for the whole family and on Sundays, kids eat free! *Limit one free meal from the kids’ menu with each purchase of an adult entrée. Not valid on brunches or holidays.

Cost: Free with purchase

Where:
FlyingTee
600 Riverwalk Terrace
Jenks, OK  74037
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Telephone: 918-528-7717
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All-Ages Family Painting Event This wine, canvas and painting class in Tulsa, OK features step-by-step instruction to help you create a fun acrylic painting on a 16x20 stretched canvas. Purchase...

Cost: $35/person

Where:
Tulsa Time Paint & Sip Studio
3807 S Peoria Ave
Tulsa, OK  74105
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Sponsor: Tulsa Time Paint & Sip Studio
Telephone: 918-927-0729
Contact Name: Martin Pecina
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CRYSTAL is Cirque du Soleil’s first foray into the beautiful world of ice skating coupled with exquisite imagery and acrobatic feats. World-class gymnasts and ice skaters give an...

Cost: TBD

Where:
BOK Center
, OK


Telephone: 405-509-9312
Contact Name: Lauren Daughety

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When four lost New Englanders who enroll in Marty’s six-week-long community-center drama class begin to experiment with harmless games, hearts are quietly torn apart, and tiny wars of epic...

Cost: $20

Where:
Studio 308
308 S. Lansing Ave.
Tulsa, OK  74120
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Sponsor: American Theatre Company
Telephone: (918) 747-9494
Contact Name: Meghan Hurley
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telatúlsa is proud to present Hamlet: El Príncipe de Denmark by William Shakespeare, translated by Editorial Porrúa, adapted and directed by Tara Moses. The show will run at...

Cost: $5 - $15

Where:
Living Arts
307 E Mathew B. Brady St
Tulsa, OK  74120
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Sponsor: telatúlsa
Telephone: 918-798-3493
Contact Name: Tara Moses
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The Farm Shopping Center will be hosting its yearly John 3:16 Food Drive November 1-November 15th. Drop Off: Farm Properties Management Office 5321 S. Sheridan, Suite 27 Tulsa, OK. 74145 If you...

Cost: whatever you are comfortable giving

Where:
The Farm Shopping Center
5321 S Sheridan Ave
Suite 27
Tulsa, OK  74145
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Sponsor: The Farm Shopping Center
Telephone: 918-622-3860
Contact Name: Piper Dunlap
Website »

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The Tulsa Air and Space Museum & Planetarium will be hosting the “Flagship Detroit,” a Douglas DC-3 aircraft over Veterans Day weekend, November 10 through 12.  The aircraft is presented by...

Cost: Free - $15.00

Where:
Tulsa Air and Space Museum & Planetarium
3624 North 74th East Ave.
Tulsa
Tulsa, OK  74115
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Sponsor: Tulsa Air and Space Museum & Planetarium
Telephone: 918-834-9900
Contact Name: Kevin Meeks
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Think you can't do something, like sculpt, build a robot, or make a stamp? Think again! Come enjoy our 45-minute workshops held every Monday at noon at the McKeon Center for Creativity....

Cost: free and open to the public

Where:
McKeon Center for Creativity
910 S. Boston Ave.
TCC Metro Campus
Tulsa, OK  74119
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Sponsor: McKeon Center for Creativity
Telephone: 918-595-7339
Contact Name: McKeon Center for Creativity
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If you are grieving the loss of a loved one and find yourself saddened by the thought of the approaching holiday season, we can help. Learn how holiday traditions can be changed, simplified, or...

Cost: $10

Where:
The Grief Center
2502 E. 71st Street
Atlanta South Office Park
Tulsa, OK  74136
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Sponsor: The Tristesse Grief Center
Telephone: 918-587-1200
Contact Name: Lesley Smith
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This wine, canvas and painting class in Tulsa, OK features step-by-step instruction to help you create a fun acrylic painting on a 16x20 stretched canvas. Purchase wine, beer, and mixed drinks...

Cost: $50/person

Where:
Tulsa Time Paint & Sip Studio
3807 S Peoria Ave
Tulsa, OK  74105
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Sponsor: Tulsa Time Paint & Sip Studio
Telephone: 918-927-0729
Contact Name: Martin Pecina
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The Farm Shopping Center will be hosting its yearly John 3:16 Food Drive November 1-November 15th. Drop Off: Farm Properties Management Office 5321 S. Sheridan, Suite 27 Tulsa, OK. 74145 If you...

Cost: whatever you are comfortable giving

Where:
The Farm Shopping Center
5321 S Sheridan Ave
Suite 27
Tulsa, OK  74145
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Sponsor: The Farm Shopping Center
Telephone: 918-622-3860
Contact Name: Piper Dunlap
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Come see the ORU Mens basketball vs California Baptist!

Cost: $10-$20

Where:
Mabee Center
7777 South Lewis Ave
Tulsa
Tulsa, OK  74171
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Sponsor: https://mabeecenter.com/event/californiabaptist1819m/
Telephone: 918-495-6000
Contact Name: Elijah Thomas
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The Farm Shopping Center will be hosting its yearly John 3:16 Food Drive November 1-November 15th. Drop Off: Farm Properties Management Office 5321 S. Sheridan, Suite 27 Tulsa, OK. 74145 If you...

Cost: whatever you are comfortable giving

Where:
The Farm Shopping Center
5321 S Sheridan Ave
Suite 27
Tulsa, OK  74145
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Sponsor: The Farm Shopping Center
Telephone: 918-622-3860
Contact Name: Piper Dunlap
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Fish, fun, friends and stories! Join us for our own seaside story time. Ages 2-5, maximum of 35, available on a first come basis. Free with admission to the Aquarium.

Cost: Children under 3 FREE Kids (3-12) $11.95 Adults $15.95

Where:
Oklahoma Aquarium
300 Aquarium Drive
Jenks, OK  74037
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Telephone: 918-296-FISH
Contact Name: Ann Money
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6-10:30 p.m. Southern Hills Country Club, 2636 E. 61st Street. The 2019 Lunar New Year Gala at Southern Hills Country Club will be an elegant evening of candlelight, fine dining, children’s party...

Cost: $150 individual tickets; $1,000-$25,000, sponsorships.

Where:
Southern Hills Country Club
2636 E. 61st Street
Tulsa
Tulsa, OK  74136
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Sponsor: Dillon International
Telephone: 918-748-4600
Contact Name: Marcia Graham
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Enjoy lunch and a behind-the-scenes tour to learn how the Food Bank fights hunger in eastern Oklahoma by distributing the equivalent of 450,000 meals each week. You can help too. Food for...

Cost: No Cost

Where:
Community Food Bank of Eastern Oklahoma
1304 N. Kenosha Ave.
Tulsa, OK  74106
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Sponsor: Community Food Bank of Eastern Oklahoma
Telephone: 918-936-4551
Contact Name: Regan Leake
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Thanksgiving Package Distribution with Turkey and fixings for students of Langston University and Tulsa Community College. If you are a college student apply online at...

Cost: 0.

Where:
Langston University
914 N Greenwood Ave
Tulsa, OK  74106
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Sponsor: Khan Ohana Foundation
Telephone: 918-948-8844
Contact Name: Michael Egan
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There has never been a better time to apply to the OSU MBA program at OSU-Tulsa. Learn more about this versatile graduate degree including admission information, program details and how an MBA can...

Cost: Free

Where:
Oklahoma State University-Tulsa
700 N. Greenwood Ave.
Tulsa, OK  74106
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Sponsor: OSU-Tulsa
Telephone: 405-744-8642
Contact Name: Kenneth Kern Assistant Director, OSU Business Grad
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We would like to invite our Tulsa neighbors to join us for our "Hope House Free Movie Night" in the auditorium Hope House events are open to the public, family friendly, events.  We will be...

Cost: Free

Where:
Hope House
4241 S 37th W Ave.
TULSA
TULSA, OK  74107
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Sponsor: Hope House
Telephone: 918-446-8176
Contact Name: Dorothy Brown

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Every Wednesday Live Event Trivia is at The Willows Family Ales - Show starts at 7 and is free to play! Movie scenes, Finish the Lyric, Classic Trivia, and more! The crew from T-Town Tacos will be...

Cost: Free

Where:
The Willows Family Ales
418 south peoria ave
tulsa, OK  74120
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Sponsor: The Willows Family Ales
Telephone: (918) 895-6798
Contact Name: Julian Morgan
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The Farm Shopping Center will be hosting its yearly John 3:16 Food Drive November 1-November 15th. Drop Off: Farm Properties Management Office 5321 S. Sheridan, Suite 27 Tulsa, OK. 74145 If you...

Cost: whatever you are comfortable giving

Where:
The Farm Shopping Center
5321 S Sheridan Ave
Suite 27
Tulsa, OK  74145
View map »


Sponsor: The Farm Shopping Center
Telephone: 918-622-3860
Contact Name: Piper Dunlap
Website »

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Mothers of Preschoolers (and preschool means prior to school, ages 6 weeks to 5 years old). MOPS warmly welcomes any mom that has at least one child age 6 weeks to 5 years old. By joining MOPS, you...

Cost: Free

Where:
Eastwood Baptist Church
948 S 91st E Ave
Tulsa, OK  74112
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Sponsor: Eastwood Baptist Church
Telephone: 918-836-8686
Contact Name: Shirley Pittenger
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Tulsa Metro Sound invites you to visit our weekly rehearsals - to be introduced to the women's All American craft of a cappella singing. We meet every Thursday evening at Christ Church Episcopal,...

Cost: 0

Where:
Christ Church Episcopal
10901 S Yale Ave
Tulsa, OK
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Sponsor: Tulsa Metro Sound
Telephone: 918-352-6091
Contact Name: Candace
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Join KOSU Public Radio and Ok, So... Tulsa's StorySlam for The Moth Mainstage, true stories, told live and without notes.  This curated event will feature five story tellers who develop...

Cost: 50

Where:
Cain's Ballroom
423 North Main Street
Tulsa, OK
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Sponsor: Ok So Story Slam
Telephone: 918-596-2008
Contact Name: Ryan Howell

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Local, Live Music at the The Willows Family Ales taproom EVERY Thursday at 7:30pm. Surprise food vendor to be announced SOON!! 11/1 ---- Eric Himan 11/8 ---- Wendy Nichol Hall 11/15---...

Cost: FREE!!

Where:
The Willows Family Ales
418 south peoria ave
418 South Peoria Ave
Tulsa, OK  74120
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Sponsor: The Willows Family Ales
Contact Name: Julian Morgan

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Over the past thirteen years, the Williams Route 66 Marathon presented by Blue Cross and Blue Shield of Oklahoma has become a 26.2-mile party! You might find yourself asking "Is this a race or...

Cost: $110

Where:
Downtown Tulsa
Tulsa, OK  74066


Sponsor: Williams, Blue Cross and Blue Shield of Oklahoma
Telephone: 918-408-1208
Contact Name: Ally Lightle
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Fun party music! This wine, canvas and painting class in Tulsa, OK features step-by-step instruction to help you create a fun acrylic painting on a 16x20 stretched canvas. Purchase wine, beer,...

Cost: $35/person

Where:
Tulsa Time Paint & Sip Studio
3807 S Peoria Ave
Tulsa, OK  74105
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Sponsor: Tulsa Time Paint & Sip Studio
Telephone: 918-927-0729
Contact Name: Martin Pecina
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When four lost New Englanders who enroll in Marty’s six-week-long community-center drama class begin to experiment with harmless games, hearts are quietly torn apart, and tiny wars of epic...

Cost: $20

Where:
Studio 308
308 S. Lansing Ave.
Tulsa, OK  74120
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Sponsor: American Theatre Company
Telephone: (918) 747-9494
Contact Name: Meghan Hurley
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This adult class will a little more challenging than some. But the Wizard of DECOPOLIS will take you step by step through the process of painting this magical castle.

Cost: 40

Where:
DECOPOLIS
502 S. Boston Ave
Tulsa, OK  74103
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Sponsor: DECOPOLIS
Telephone: 918-382-7388
Contact Name: Kathleen
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We are back just in time for the holidays! Shop for great vintage holiday decor and unique gifts from an unparalleled array of antiques, collectibles, vintage items, memorabilia, books, jewelry,...

Cost: Free

Where:
Exchange Center/Expo Square
4145 E. 21st Street
Tulsa
Tulsa, OK  74112
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Telephone: 918-744-1386
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How do you envision your birth? Learn evidence based information to help you plan for a more positive birth and beyond. You will be guided through topics on Pain management Partner support...

Cost: FREE

Where:
Rudisill Regional Library
1520 North Hartford Avenue
Tulsa, OK  74106
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Sponsor: WE Baby/ With Love Holistic Birth Services
Telephone: 918-282-9033
Contact Name: Rose Hurd
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We’re serving up our new chef-inspired fondue and traditional brunch options like Alpine Benedict Cheese Fondue, French Toast Fondue, Avocado Fiesta Toast plus bottomless mimosas. Reserve...

Cost: Varies

Where:
The Melting Pot of Tulsa
300 Riverwalk Terrace #190
Jenks, OK  74037
View map »


Sponsor: The Melting Pot of Tulsa
Telephone: 918-299-8000
Contact Name: Alex Cooper
Website »

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How do you envision your birth experience? Learn evidence based information to help you plan for a more positive birth and beyond. You will be guided through topics on Pain management...

Cost: FREE

Where:
Rudisill Regional Library
1520 North Hartford Avenue
Tulsa, OK  74106
View map »


Sponsor: WE Baby/ With Love Holistic Birth Services
Telephone: 918-282-9033
Contact Name: Rose Hurd
Website »

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Over the past thirteen years, the Williams Route 66 Marathon presented by Blue Cross and Blue Shield of Oklahoma has become a 26.2-mile party! You might find yourself asking "Is this a race or...

Cost: $110

Where:
Downtown Tulsa
Tulsa, OK  74066


Sponsor: Williams, Blue Cross and Blue Shield of Oklahoma
Telephone: 918-408-1208
Contact Name: Ally Lightle
Website »

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How do you envision your birth experience? Learn evidence based information to help you plan for a more positive birth and beyond. You will be guided through topics on Pain management...

Cost: FREE

Where:
Rudisill Regional Library
1520 North Hartford Avenue
Tulsa, OK  74106
View map »


Sponsor: WE Baby/ With Love Holistic Birth Services
Telephone: 918-282-9033
Contact Name: Rose Hurd
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Survivor Day is the one day a year when people affected by suicide loss gather around the world at events in their local communities to find comfort and gain understanding as they share stories of...

Cost: Free

Where:
The Grief Center
2502 E. 71st Street
Tulsa, OK  74136
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Purchase your ticket, then email a picture of your pet to info@tulsapaintsip.com at least 7 days before the event. We will create a custom canvas with your pet’s image printed in black and white....

Cost: $55/person

Where:
Tulsa Time Paint & Sip Studio
3807 S Peoria Ave
Tulsa, OK  74105
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Sponsor: Tulsa Time Paint & Sip Studio
Telephone: 918-927-0729
Contact Name: Martin Pecina
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Come and support the ORU Golden Eagles as they take home the mayor's cup!  For more information, to purchase group tickets or to request additional “Kids In Free” tickets please contact ORU...

Cost: $7

Where:
Mabee Center
7777 S Lewis Ave
Tulsa, OK  74171
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Telephone: 818-945-6000
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America’s LARGEST interactive comedy murder mystery dinner show is now playing at the Hilton Garden Inn Tulsa Broken Arrow! At The Dinner Detective, you’ll tackle a challenging crime while you...

Cost: 59.95

Where:
Hilton Garden Inn Tulsa- Broken Arrow
420 W Albany St.
Broken Arrow, OK  74012
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Telephone: 866-496-0535
Contact Name: The Dinner Detective
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The Oklahoma Swing Syndicate (TOSS) hosts a Swing dance and lessons  The Oklahoma Swing Syndicate (TOSS) is the only UNESCO recognized dance organization in Oklahoma.  We are a 501c3...

Cost: $7

Where:
Community Center - South Minister Presby Church
3500 So Peoria
1/2 west of Peoria, on 35pl behind the church
Tulsa, OK  74102
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Sponsor: The Ok Swing Syndicate
Telephone: 918-450-691
Contact Name: Rita Robbins
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Fun party music! This wine, canvas and painting class in Tulsa, OK features step-by-step instruction to help you create a fun acrylic painting on a 16x20 stretched canvas. Purchase wine, beer,...

Cost: $35/ticket

Where:
Tulsa Time Paint & Sip Studio
3807 S Peoria Ave
Tulsa, OK  74105
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Sponsor: Tulsa Time Paint & Sip Studio
Telephone: 918-927-0729
Contact Name: Martin Pecina
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The award -winning Talk of Tulsa Show Chorus invites you to attend its Annual Show, A Cappella LIVE!,  on Saturday, November 17, 2018 at 7:00pm at the Union High School Performing Arts Center....

Cost: Adults $15 Students$10

Where:
Union PAC
6636 S Mingo
Tulsa, OK  74133
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Sponsor: Talk of Tulsa Show Chorus
Telephone: (918)645-0488
Contact Name: Claudia Meiling
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As part of the Bob Dylan Center’s ongoing series of public programs, punk music legend John Doe, co-founder of X, and Jeff Slate, noted musician and journalist, will discuss Dylan’s recent...

Cost: $20

Where:
Woody Guthrie Center
102 E. M.B. Brady St.
Tulsa, OK  74103
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Sponsor: The Bob Dylan Center
Telephone: 918-574-2710

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Cello fireworks will abound, with rising star Clancy Newman. Virtuoso variations by Tchaikovsky will team up with orchestral variations by Brahms. Plus Newman’s own solo “Summer”...

Cost: $22-$44

Where:
Bartlesville Community Center
300 S.E. Adams Blvd.
Bartlesville, OK  74003
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Sponsor: Bartlesville Symphony Orchestra
Telephone: 918-366-7717
Contact Name: Molly Collins
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Ah, family!  Gotta love ‘em!  And with the holidays soon approaching, what better time to enjoy an evening of laughs with a family that puts the “fun” in...

Cost: $8.00

Where:
pH Community House
306 S Phoenix Ave
Tulsa, OK  74127
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Sponsor: The Spontaniacs!
Telephone: 918-521-9345
Contact Name: Eric Peterson
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Ah, family!  Gotta love ‘em!  And with the holidays soon approaching, what better time to enjoy an evening of laughs with a family that puts the “fun” in...

Cost: $8.00

Where:
pH Community House
306 South Phoenix Avenue
Tulsa, OK  74127
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Sponsor: The Spontaniacs!
Telephone: 918-521-9345
Contact Name: Eric Peterson
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When four lost New Englanders who enroll in Marty’s six-week-long community-center drama class begin to experiment with harmless games, hearts are quietly torn apart, and tiny wars of epic...

Cost: $20

Where:
Studio 308
308 S. Lansing Ave.
Tulsa, OK  74120
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Sponsor: American Theatre Company
Telephone: (918) 747-9494
Contact Name: Meghan Hurley
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Paint this cute little guy with us! Choose whatever house colors you prefer for his scarf. Recommended for ages 7 and older.

Cost: 25

Where:
DECOPOLIS
502 S. Boston Ave
Tulsa, OK  74103
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Sponsor: DECOPOLIS
Telephone: 918-382-7388
Contact Name: Kathleen
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Episode 7: Elizabeth Frame Ellison, CEO of the Lobeck Taylor Family Foundation

Elizabeth Frame Ellison discusses the brand-new Mother Road Market, Tulsa’s first food hall, located on historic Route 66.

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Charitable Events: November 2018

Fundraisers and fun happenings

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Video: Apple Blackberry Crumble Pie Recipe

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Oklahoma Caring Awards

The Oklahoma Caring Awards raised $76,000 for the Hospitality House of Tulsa.

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Santorini Night

A fundraiser for Emergency Infant Services, the event was presented by the Tulsa Greek Festival and kicked off Greek Week.

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