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Feb. 1  Two-time Pulitzer Prize-winning Wall Street Journal reporter and bestselling author John Carreyrou comes to the University of Oklahoma Tulsa’s Schusterman Library, 4502 E. 41st St., from 2-3:30 p.m., to talk about his book “Bad Blood.” Each ticket includes a copy of the book about ambition and hubris in the bold promises of Silicon Valley. $20. magiccitybooks.com

Tuesdays (Feb. 4, 11, 18, 25)  Yoga for Every Body is a perfect way for the beginner to try out yoga. This free class is offered at 5:30 p.m. at Central Library, 400 Civic Center, and taught by certified yoga instructor Christine Von de Veld. Some yoga mats are provided, but bring your own if you have it. Free. tulsalibrary.org

Feb. 7  A talk at 36 Degrees North, 36 E. Cameron St., teaches entrepreneurs how to communicate who they are online with “Building Your Digital Presence.” Attendees will learn how to increase their digital intelligence and create a brand for themselves from 11:30 a.m.-1 p.m. $10. 36degreesnorth.co 

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Feb. 8  Choregus Productions presents the Malpaso Dance Co. The touring company stops in Tulsa to strut its Cuban dance stuff at the Tulsa Performing Arts Center, 110 E. Second St. $50. tulsapac.com

Feb. 9  Each month the Tulsa Foundation for Architecture hosts an architectural walking tour. From 9 a.m.- 4 p.m., the tour goes underground to explore the Tulsa tunnels and educate guests about downtown architecture. $18. tulsaarchitecture.org

Feb. 8  Vox Pop, a house venue at 18th Street and Cheyenne Avenue, presents an intimate house concert in its unique space with Peter Bradley Adams and Kalyn Fay from 7-10 p.m. Seating is limited for this cozy affair, so buy tickets now if you want to see these two talented artists. An email with the venue’s address will be sent to ticketholders. $30. voxpoptulsa.com

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Feb. 9  Ephemera Terrariums stops by Cabin Boys Brewery, 1717 E. Seventh St., from 1-4 p.m., to teach attendees how to make and care for their own terrarium. Create a terrarium and stop by the decoration station to add gravel, moss and other woodsy bits. Plus, have some great beer! $20-$30. ephemeratx.com

Feb. 13  The Ok, So Story Slam happens every month, and February’s theme is exes (aka “Ex-Files”). IDLBallroom, 230 E. First St., hosts the night of funny and true stories from 8-10 p.m. Anyone can tell a five-minute story; organizers just ask you practice beforehand. $5. oksotulsa.com

Feb. 15  Seventy-five artists will work side by side to create original artwork that will be available to purchase at the conclusion of the Drawing Rally 2020, hosted at Cabin Boys Brewery, 1717 E. Seventh St., from 6-9:30 p.m. Proceeds from these purchases go toward Philbrook arts and education programs. The event is free, and all art is $35. cabinboysbrewery.com

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Feb. 15 Celebrate black heritage and history and support Community Pride Farmers’ Market all at the same time at the Seventh annual Black Wall Street Heritage and History Festival from 11 a.m. to 6 p.m. at 36th Street Event Center, 1125 E. 36th St. N. The $5 entry fee goes toward the farmers’ market programs that teach children how to grow their own vegetables. Attendees are encouraged to wear their dashikis or other African attire if they have it. Festivities will include vendors, door prizes, food, drumming, spoken word, a fashion show, speakers, dancers, live music, choirs and more. facebook.com

Feb. 15  Grab your valentine and running shoes then head over to Fleet Feet, 418 E. Second St., for the Sweetheart Run. Runners can choose to challenge themselves with a 10K (start time 8:30 a.m.), 5K (start time 8:45 a.m.) or fun run at 8:35 a.m. through downtown Tulsa. $25-$95. fleetfeet.com/s/tulsa

Feb. 22 Freaks, geeks and curious normies alike descend on expo square for the Oddities and Curiosities Expo at 11 a.m. at Tulsa Expo Square – Central Park Hall. This traveling expo stops in Tulsa to showcase hand selected vendors from all over the country. Attendees can expect to see taxidermy, artwork, jewelry, antiques, skulls/ bones, clothing, preserved specimens, Halloween inspired items and more! Get a tattoo, get some art or just wander from table to table and see things you never have and will likely never see again! $11 - $180, Odditiesandcuriositiesexpo.com

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