COX BUSINESS CENTER OFFERS A PERFECT FEBRUARY “SWEATER WEATHER” SCHEDULE

Tulsa, Okla. – It might be cold outside, but the heat is on at Cox Business Center and with a February schedule filled with movement it will be easy to stay warm inside the downtown Tulsa venue. The month begins with Tulsa Ballet’s “Icons & Idols” and United Cheer Association’s (UCA) “Oklahoma Challenge,” and continues with three other dance and cheer events throughout the month. For outdoor enthusiasts, the Tulsa Fishing and Hunting Expo and the Tulsa Remodel and Landscape show will pair Tulsans with the essential products and gear for their respective seasons.

United Cheer Association (UCA) “Oklahoma Classic 2019” / Exhibit Hall AB / Feb. 2 – The National Cheerleaders Association (NCA) and the National Dance Alliance (NDA) present the 2019 Oklahoma Classic with competitive categories in All Star Dance, School Cheer, School Dance, and Prep Cheer. The doors will open at 8:00 a.m. for the competition. For details, visit MyVarsity.com.

Tulsa Ballet “Idols & Icons: The Power of Passion”/ Tulsa Ballroom / Feb. 2– Tulsa Ballet’s 2019 “Idols & Icons” is a black tie event featuring complimentary valet, cocktails and entertainment beginning at six, and a one-night only performance centered around the theme of the “Power of Passion.” For details, visit IconsAndIdols.org.

Street School’s 2019 “Street Party” / Assembly Hall / Feb. 8 – 2019 Chairs Tony and Lynne Beeson host the “Street Party” and present Auctioneer Rick Miller for a live auction featuring one-of-a-kind items and trips. There will also be a silent auction, wine pull, dinner and dancing. The cocktail attire event spotlights supporters who have helped at-risk youth stay in school and help create a community-wide impact. For event details and tickets, visit StreetPartyTulsa.com. 

Talent On Parade: 2019 Regionals / Exhibit Hall A / Feb. 8-10 – Talent On Parade is back in Tulsa with its nationally recognized dance competition for the 2019 Regionals. The event will offer a variety of age-specific categories and the awards program will be mixed in throughout the event. For details visit TalentOnParade.com.

Tulsa Fishing and Hunting Expo / Exhibit Halls BC / Feb. 8-10 – Rebel Street Productions presents the Tulsa Fishing and Hunting Expo and offers a weekend experience for outdoor enthusiasts of all kinds. The expo features exhibits, hands-on product demonstrations, speakers, and seminars with a wide range of professionals. For event details and announcements, please visit TulsaFishingHuntingExpo.com.

American Heart Association “Heart Ball”/ Tulsa Ballroom / Feb. 9 – Tulsa American Heart Association’s 2019 “Heart Ball” will celebrate local efforts to build a foundation of health in Tulsa and ensure everyone lives a longer, healthier life. The black tie event will include dinner, an exciting live auction, and recognition of Sweethearts and Mavericks —local high school sophomores who have taken part in heart health educational programs and given back to the organization and community. For details, visit Heart.org.

Tulsa Area United Way “Live United Luncheon and Awards” / Tulsa Ballroom / Feb. 12 – The Tulsa Area United Way will celebrate the organization’s 2018 campaign and the individuals and organizations contributing to the success. The luncheon will begin at 11:30 a.m. and include an awards program recognizing corporations, “Best of the Best,” Awards of Excellence, and more. For event details and tickets, visit TAUW.org.

Tulsa Remodel & Landscape Show / Exhibit Hall C / Feb. 15-17 – Homeowners and contractors alike will have three days to explore innovative and informative home and garden exhibits at the 2019 Tulsa Remodel & Landscape in Exhibit Hall C at Cox Business Center. The expo begins at 2:00 p.m. on Friday and continues until 5:00 p.m. on Sunday. For event details, visit CoxCenterTulsa.com.

Rockstar Championship “The Experience” / Exhibit Hall AB / Feb. 16-17 – Rockstar presents “The Experience” —a two-day Grand National Championship cheerleading competition. This “Cheer-a-palooza” will be open to the public, and offer cash-only ticket sales at the Osage Casino and Hotel Box Office from 10:00 a.m. until 4:00 p.m. (in Main Gallery at Cox Business Center). For event schedule and details, visit CoxCenterTulsa.com.

Dance Out National Dance Competition / Assembly Hall / Feb. 22-24 – Dance Out aims to inspire the next generation of dancers, and Tulsa has been selected for 2019 regional events. The weekend event will offer competitions on three levels, and six special awards. For details, visit TheDanceOut.com.

“Cooking Up Compassion” / Tulsa Ballroom / Feb. 23 – “Cooking Up Compassion” is a Mardi Gras style benefit for those served by Catholic Charities of Eastern Oklahoma. The event features appetizers from prominent area chefs and dinner by Cox Business Center Executive Chef Devin Levine, CEC. The cocktail dress code encourages Mardi Gras masks and beads, and the evening will also feature a live auction and dancing to the sounds of the Zodiac band. For details, visit CoxCenterTulsa.com.

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