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Here is What is Going on This Week in Tulsa County

todayDecember 20, 2021

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Circle Cinema’s White Christmas Sing-A-Long

Circle Cinema’s White Christmas Sing-a-Long pairs Irving Berlin’s classic Christmas movie with singing and live music. All tickets include the White Christmas Sing-a-Long experience and pre-show trivia, giveaways, festive sing-a-long props and holiday music courtesy of the theater’s restored 1928 pipe organ. Lastly, tickets also include a free popcorn and access to a hot chocolate bar. This week, screenings will be held Monday Dec. 20 though Friday, Dec. 24. Tickets are available on the theater’s website.

 

 

American Theatre Company’s A Christmas Carol

American Theatre Company is bringing “A Christmas Carol” to the Tulsa Performing Arts Center in the John H. Williams Theatre. This musical adaption has been a Tulsa tradition for over 40 years. Find tickets at tulsapac.com/events.

Botanic Garden of Lights

Throughout the month of December, the Tulsa Botanic Garden has been illuminated with a colorful garden of lights. Tickets include access to hot beverages and s’more kits.  Holiday hay maze/snowball pit, photo stops and fire pits will also be available each night. Visitors can also enjoy live jazz music on Sundays in the Mabee Grange. Find tickets here.

Gathering Place’s Winter Wonderland

Gathering Place is also decked out with lights this holiday season. Along with thousands of bulbs illuminating the park, Gathering Place is spreading cheer with live music, a winter market, an elf dance party, festive food, and holiday drinks. The event runs until Sunday, December 26th. Find more information about the featured performers and vendors at gatheringplace.org.

Santa’s House at Utica Square

Still haven’t made the trip to see the big man himself? Bring the family to Utica Square to see Santa at his House. Folks can snap pictures with Santa and his sleigh (and share their wish list) from 1-7 p.m. each weekday until Christmas Eve. Find more information and RSVP here.

A Desi & Cody Christmas

Need a break from family during the holidays? Desi and Cody will keep good company Christmas day. The two will be playing a special Christmas show at Maggie’s Music Box in Jenks. The show is free and 21+ only. Find more information and RSVP on the Facebook event page.

Creepy Christmas Light Tour

Feeling brave this holiday season? The creepy Christmas Light Tour aims to share legends, traditions, folklore and stories about Christmas’ all over the world with a spooky twist. This unique event is equal parts festive and frightening with tales of creepy Christmas legends and traditions. The tours run until Thursday, Dec. 23rd. Find tickets on tulsaspirittour.com/creepy-christmas.

 

Written by: Maria


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