Editor’s note: Due to COVID-19 restrictions, confirm activities via event organizers prior to attending.


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Dec. 3 Magic City Books celebrates the release of former Tulsa Artist Fellow Simon Han’s new novel, “Nights When Nothing Happened,” during a virtual chat from 7-8 p.m. The event will be moderated by Charles Yu, author of “Interior Chinatown.” Free. magiccitybooks.com

Dec. 5 Support local Native American-owned businesses and artists, and get some holiday shopping done at the Native American Christmas Market. Find food, music, jewelry and other handmade goods at 12205 S. Yukon Ave. in Glenpool. $1 admission. glenpoolconferencecenter.com

Dec. 5-6 The Watt Festival returns as a virtual event when original, 10-minute, one-act plays written by the Scriptwriting I and II classes are performed by members of the Tulsa Community College Theater Department. Free. tulsacc.edu

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Dec. 6 From 1-3 p.m. or 4-6 p.m., learn to outline, flood and decorate holiday-themed cookies with royal icing during All Things Cake’s Christmas Cookie Basics class. Limited to 12 students, this class at 6808 S. Memorial Drive, Suite 230, gives tips and tricks to use throughout the season. $45. allthingscakeshop.com

Dec. 8 Hear the sounds of the season at the Grady Nichols Christmas Show featuring Andy Chrisman, Kelly Ford and Donald Ryan. The socially distanced performance will begin at 7:30 p.m. at the Mabee Center, 7777 S. Lewis Ave., all benefiting ALS Patient Services Outreach. $30-$55. mabeecenter.com

Dec. 10 Create a satisfying succulent garden with upcycled wine bottles and plants from Philbrook Museum of Art’s collection at 10 a.m. in the Cabin in the Garden. The event is limited to 10 people to accommodate social distancing. $20-$25. philbrook.org

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Dec. 11 Bring the holly and the jolly to the season with the first of many screenings of “White Christmas” at Circle Cinema, 10 S. Lewis Ave. The annual extravaganza featuring Bing Crosby in the 1954 classic has become a Tulsa holiday tradition. Check Circle’s website for showtimes and COVID-19 precautions. Advance ticket suggested. circlecinema.org

Dec. 11 The Tulsa Oilers return to the ice at the BOK Center, 200 S. Denver Ave., for the team’s season opener against the Wichita Thunder. The puck drops at 7:05 p.m. The next night, the team takes on the Allen Americans for back-to-back action. $17-$57. tulsaoilers.com

Dec. 12 The Vanguard, 222 N. Main St., welcomes Dead Metal Society for a one-night only show where members from well-known Tulsa bands come together to play ’80s metal. Doors open at 8 p.m.; show at 9 p.m. $10-$20. thevanguardtulsa.com

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Dec. 12 From 9 a.m.-5 p.m., Expo Square Exchange Center, 4145 E. 21st St., will be the home of the 2 Hip Chicks Roadshow, a collection of vendors with items ranging from clothing and accessories to home furnishings and decor. Free-$6. facebook.com/2hipchicks

Dec. 17-20 Five performances of “The Lost Nutcracker” will feature holiday-

inspired pieces from world-renowned choreographers in the Cox Business Convention Center’s Grand Hall, 100 Civic Center. This series of ballets provide a socially distanced opportunity for the holiday tradition, with just over 400 tickets sold for each performance. Tickets also will be available for a live-streamed version for those not wanting to attend in person. $35-$55. tulsaballet.org

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