If you would like to plan ahead, here is a link to the THH iCalendar.
Saturday, April 4, 2015 from 9:00am – 12:00pm
- Come learn how to build a chalkboard planter stand
- FREE hands-on workshops; designed for children ages 5 – 12
- All kid get to keep their craft, receive a FREE certificate of achievement, a Workshop Apron, and a commemorative pin while supplies last.
- Children must be present at the store to participate in the workshop and receive the kit, apron and pin.
- Kids Workshop activities are scheduled on a first come/first served basis. Please do not arrive before 9:00 a.m.
- Thank you for registering online to help us better plan our craft kit quantities needed
We used to go to the Lowe’s Build & Grow workshops every time they held one. My boy loved them! Then the word got out and they were packed. Now they make you register ahead of time, which is probably a good idea. It is still free, you just have to remember to get online and register. They are always on Saturday mornings at 10:00 am. On your first visit your child will receive an apron and goggles. They have little hammers for the kids to use and at the end of every workshop you get a certificate, a badge for your apron and your project to take home.
The next workshop will be See it Grow on April 11 at 10:00am
Spring is here and it’s time to start gardening! Your child will love learning about plants and watching them grow with this great kit!
Go Here to register!
John H. Williams Theatre
PRESENTED BY: Theatre Tulsa Family
Arrrr you ready for high-seas adventure? Theatre Tulsa Family presents a fresh take on Robert Louis Stevenson’s classic tale, starring some of Tulsa’s most talented youth performers. Featuring sword fighting, authentic costumes, and a life-sized pirate ship, this show is packed from stem to stern with fast-paced fun!
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PRESENTED BY: Tulsa Ballet
This swashbuckling tale choreographed by Andre Prokovsky swings into Tulsa for the first time in over a decade. Based on the 1844 novel by Alexandre Dumas, the adventures of “The Three Musketeers” come to life in a full-length ballet described by the New York Times as “a rollicking fast-paced production.”
Follow Athos, Porthos and Aramis through a combination of action, romance and comedy as the musketeers set out to protect the honor of Queen Anne.
The Three Musketeers has delighted and charmed audiences since its premiere by the Australian Ballet, in 1980.
Thank you for supporting the Tulsa ballet in posting our upcoming performance of The Three Musketeers. This will be a great show for all ages to enjoy, and is full of entertainment! The Tulsa Ballet would like to extend a special offer for your group of $18 tickets for kids 12 and under and $29 tickets for anyone 13 and older. Normally, these tickets are $60 a piece, and there is typically not a children’s price as well. Please feel free to share this offer with your group. They are welcome to call me directly to get this discount at (918) 749-6407, as my direct line. They just need to state that they are with Tulsa Homeschool.
The Kathleen Westby Pavilion in Downtown Tulsa will be host to Brown Bag it again this spring and summer. Take a picnic lunch (or buy from vendors in the area), pop-a-squat and enjoy some good music every Wednesday starting March 25 at 12:10pm.
March 25 – Cellist Lou Lynch, pianist Whitney Hollis and soprano Meray Boustani.
April 1 – The Dean Demerritt Jazz Tribe features Tulsa musicians Dean Demerritt on bass, Scott McQuade on keyboard and Sean Al-Jabouri on guitar. The trio has performed jazz classics and standards throughout Oklahoma and is a regular feature at the Oklahoma Jazz Hall of Fame.
April 8 – The harp duo Strings and Pearls performs a wide range of repertoire from classics to jazz arranged for two harps. Multi-talented Tulsa musicians Vicki Smith and Linda Barton Paul team up for their first Brown Bag It concert.
April 15 – The versatile chamber music ensemble Tulsa Camerata performs music of the 20th and 21st centuries with an emphasis on contemporary composers whose work may be new to American audience.