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- Our shelves are well stocked and we are prepared to meet all of your dying needs, no matter how small or how large
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Scooter’s Coffee, best known for its convenient drive-thru specialty coffee and baked-from-scratch pastries, added a new location to the state of Oklahoma with the company’s second store in Tulsa at 61st and Memorial. To celebrate, the drive-thru coffee location will be hosting a Grand Opening Week February 17 – 21.
During the Grand Opening Week, customers can expect to receive a variety of offers that include:
• Monday, February 17 – Tuesday, February 18: $2 off any drink (limit one per customer per day)
• Wednesday, February 19 – Friday, February 21: Earn 60 bonus smiles when you pay or scan for loyalty on the Scooter’s Coffee mobile app (limit one purchase per day).
Young Adult and Middle-Grade Fiction
Learn how to write young adult and middle-grade fiction.
During this six-week workshop, you will learn how to construct a clear plot, choose appropriate narrative point-of-view, craft realistic teen/pre-teen dialogue, create unique and relatable characters, and how to write an attention-grabbing opening to a YA/MG short story or novel. By the end of the course, you will have completed an original short story or the first two chapters of a novel.
Instructor: Juliana Goodman received her B.A. in English Literature from Western Illinois University and her MFA in Fiction Writing from Indiana. She has received several awards and scholarships for her writing and was a 2014 Jack Kent Cooke Graduate Arts Award Finalist. Her work has been published in Sigma Tau Delta's Rectangle, Blackberry: a Magazine and Fiyah Literary Magazine.
Calling all foodies and beer enthusiasts! Join us for the inaugural K-Dub Grub & Suds, a mashup of two of your favorite Kendall Whittier events – the Taste of KW and the Ale Trail. KW restaurants and eateries will be set up inside breweries at the corner of 6th and Utica. Visit several breweries to sample locally-created drinks and handcrafted tasty bites from KW chefs.
Four breweries and 13 restaurants and eateries will all be providing samples. Tickets are $50 and include all tastings, custom taster glass and a $5 Uber credit for safe travels home. To purchase tickets, visit visitkendallwhittier.com…
Guests can get started at any of the participating breweries by checking in with Main Street volunteers and obtaining a wrist band and Grub & Suds Passport and Map. The event is a come-and-go night, allowing guests to travel at their own pace through the food and drink options within the three-hour timeslot.
Sponsored by Fowler Automotive and Craft Magazine.
Cain's Ballroom welcomes Eric Johnson back to Tulsa, OK on February 18, 2020
This event has reserved seating!
Advance – $30 + fees
Day of Show – $33 + fees
Door – $33
Tickets have an 8 ticket limit. This is per person, address, credit card, email, etc… Orders over this limit may have any or all of their orders refunded without notice.
No re-entry! No smoking! No refunds!
Support acts are subject to change without notice!
This will be a weekly support group meeting on Tuesdays. People with OCD, PTSD, depression, anxiety and many other diagnosed illnesses will benefit from this mutual help, peer-to-peer support group. Police Officers, Fire Fighters and other public servants are welcome. This is a nondenominational group and we approach mental health recovery from a faith-filled perspective. This a safe and non-judgemental place for you to come. Text any questions you may have to [email protected].
philanthrOK: Retrospect is a talk show for nonprofit and social entrepreneurs offering the reflections of notable philanthropists and community leaders from some of their most critical moments in leadership, fundraising, and mission-driven work. What would they have done differently? What do they wish they had known then that they know now? Join host Lindsay Jordan, founder and CEO of Write On Fundraising, as we learn from the experts and grow our collective impact!
Write On Fundraising, in conjunction with Tulsa Tech, is proud to present the opening talk in this year’s Retrospect series: “What I Wish I Knew About Moving from Corporate Philanthropy to the Nonprofit Sector” with special guest Alison Anthony, former president of the Williams Foundation and current president and CEO of the Tulsa Area United Way.
Alison has a breadth of experience in both nonprofit and corporate leadership development – how has it served her in her new role? Did she experience any skills or culture gaps in moving from one sector to another? Are nonprofits really “just businesses that don’t pay taxes?” What is her advice for other corporate leaders considering a future in philanthropy? Join us as we explore these and other questions with one of Tulsa’s most recognized leaders on February 19 at 9 a.m. in the Pocahontas Greadington Learning & Creativity Center at Central Library in downtown Tulsa.
Attendance is free and open to the public but registration is required before or at the event.
Free garage parking is available at the library for guests who visit for two hours or less.
Write On Fundraising’s philanthrOK programming provides fresh fundraising solutions for high-impact nonprofits. Presented in conjunction with Tulsa Tech, philanthrOK: Retrospect presents free professional development for nonprofit champions in an informative and entertaining talk show format. philanthrOK: Rally Point is where social good starts. As the state’s only incubator for start-up and early-stage nonprofits and social enterprise organizations, Write On Fundraising is proud to offer nine weeks of intensive training that culminates with a pitch to our esteemed Funder Panel, helping community leaders determine idea viability and launch new social innovations into Oklahoma communities.
Disclaimer: This event is not affiliated in any way with the Tulsa City-County Library. The Library neither sponsors nor endorses this event, the speaker(s) or the organization.
Learn how to shoot and produce a movie out of nothing at all.
You will spend this four-week workshop working in the ahha Tulsa film lab and learn the basics of film production, including how to make a movie on a shoe-string budget. You will have the opportunity to produce a short film based on your script created in the screenwriting workshop. Didn't attend the screenwriting workshop? This workshop will still be a great resource if you want to learn how to shoot and produce a movie on a tight budget.
Instructor: Tvli Jacob has worked with Walt Disney, ABC, Touchstone Pictures, PBS, and many independent film productions. Tvli is a producer, director, and writer whose main love is working with Indigenous Peoples in telling our stories. He is currently managing all aspects of the documentary film and multi-media components for the Center for Indigenous Health and Research Policy (CIHRP).
Write a Picture Book
Learn how to write a picture book.
Picture books marry text and art. Meant to be read aloud, they require tight writing to communicate a story. We'll study mentor texts, familiarize you with the elements of successful picture books, and launch you into crafting your own stories.
Instructor: Traci Sorell writes fiction and nonfiction books as well as poems for children. Her lyrical story in verse, At the Mountain's Base, illustrated by Weshoyot Alvitre (Kokila, 2019), celebrates the bonds of family and the history of history-making women pilots, including Millie Rexroat (Oglala Lakota). Her middle-grade novel, Indian No More, with Charlene Willing McManis (Tu Books, 2019), explores the impact of federal termination and relocation policies on an Umpqua family in the 1950s. Traci's debut nonfiction picture book—We Are Grateful: Otsaliheliga, illustrated by Frané Lessac, and published by Charlesbridge Publishing in 2018—won multiple awards including a Sibert Honor, a Boston Globe-Horn Book Picture Book Honor, and an Orbis Pictus Honor. It also received starred reviews from Kirkus Reviews, School Library Journal, The Horn Book, and Shelf Awareness. A former federal Indian law attorney and policy advocate, she is an enrolled citizen of the Cherokee Nation and lives in northeastern Oklahoma where her tribe is located. For more about Traci and her other works, visit www.tracisorell.com.