Hello Real Estate Friends!
It’s cold out there! I don’t know about you, but I am developing a slight case of Cabin Fever. It isn’t so bad that we can’t go anywhere, but just poking around outdoors has seemed off limits for the past few days. I am looking forward to a sunny day in the not too distant future. Maybe a high of 65 degrees? That sounds wonderful. Just don’t hold your breath!
Here are a few things to do this weekend. They are indoors of course!
Noon Brown Bag Lunch Lecture
-Friday February 7th from 12:00 pm – 1:00 pm. Join Matt Moffett, director of the Tulsa Girl’s Art School to view the works f his students. Discuss how the Tulsa Girls’ Art School trains students in nine different art mediums and learn how a local non-profit after school art program survives in today’s economy. Bring a brown bag lunch to enjoy before you explore the special exhibition. Coffee, tea and desert provided. Please RSVP to this free event. 918-631-4402
. Henry Zarrow Center for Art and Education 124 E. Brady Street. Tulsa.
Charlotte’s Web– February 7th at 7:00 pm John H Williams Theater. Tulsa Performing Arts Center.Wilbur the pig has a problem: how to avoid winding up as pork chops! Charlotte the spider, a fine writer and true friend, weaves a plan to make Wilbur a prize pig and ensure his place on the farm forever. This treasured tale by E.B. White explores bravery, selfless love, and the true meaning of friendship. Tickets $10.00 110 East 2nd Street Tulsa.
Tulsa Gridiron: Government Ain’t Twerking- Feb. 7-8 at 8 p.m. Liddy Doenges Theatre PRESENTED BY: Tulsa Press Club Educational and Charitable Trust For more than 80 years, Tulsa Gridiron has been poking fun at the high and mighty through word and song. This year’s show, “Government Ain’t Twerking: I’ll See Your Shutdown and Raise You the Debt Limit,” includes send-ups of our local, state and national leadership as well as popular newsmakers. The 2014 Gridiron is directed by Rebecca Ungerman and features some of Tulsa’s best musical and comedic talent. This year’s show will be hosted by Julie Chin and Kathy Taylor. City councilman and entrepreneur Blake Ewing will receive the Roasting Ear Award. – Tickets $27.50. 110 E. 2nd Street.
30th Annual Taste of Tulsa- February 8th 6:30. Tulsa’s premiere tasting event. in the Grand Ballroom at the Cox Business Center formerly known as the Tulsa Convention Center). In addition to enjoying foods from Tulsa restaurants, guests will be entertained with silent and live auctions, a wine pull, music and dancing with the band Banana Seat. All proceeds directly fund Big Brothers Big Sisters. Individual Tickets are $250. Cocktail attire, black tie optional. 100 Civic Center Tulsa, OK.