Tulsa, Okla. – The Cox Business Center is ending September with Brick Universe Tulsa LEGO Fan Expo in Exhibit Hall C over the weekend. With the arrival of October, the award-winning venue will host both a regional and national conference, a Dove Award-winning Christian music artist, a Swedish metal band, and more.
Zarrow Mental Health Symposium / Ballroom, West Meeting Rooms / Oct. 4 – 5 – The 2018 Zarrow Mental Health Symposium will focus on “Innovations in Mental Health” and bring over 800 participants from across the region to explore the latest in mental health care and treatment. The two-day event will feature keynote speakers and breakout sessions. For the full schedule, please visit ZarrowSymposium.org.
Steve Green in Concert / Assembly Hall / Oct. 6 – Christian artist Steve Green will be performing in the Assembly Hall on Oct. 6. The Dove Award-winning, Grammy-nominated singer brings a catalog of over 25 albums to the Saturday event hosted by the Tulsa Spanish Seventh Day Adventist Church. Doors open at 7:00 p.m. and tickets are available through EventBrite.
Kicklahoma / Conference Hall / Oct. 7 – Buy, sell, or trade at Oklahoma’s only event focused on shoes and apparel: Kicklahoma. The event will have over 1,500 attendees on Oct. 7 and open doors at 11:30 a.m. in the Conference Hall on street level. For details and tickets, please visit TheKicklahoma.com.
SeneGence Leadership Conference 2018 / Exhibit Hall, Conference Halls, Assembly Hall / Oct. 12–14 – SeneGence—a privately-owned skincare and makeup product company known for its LipSense product line—is hosting the SeneGence Leadership Conference at the Cox Business Center and will bring over 800 attendees to the downtown area for advanced management training. For more information about the company, please visit SeneWeb.Senegence.com.
San Miguel “Dancing with the Tulsa Stars” / Tulsa Ballroom / Oct. 19 – The sixth annual Dancing with the Tulsa Stars offers a star-studded night of cocktails and dinner in support of San Miguel Middle School. The 2018 dancers are Meagan Farley (News on 6), Keri Edwardes (SALT Yoga), Pam Garter (Marketing Consultant), Kevin McNamara (Adult Gastro Associates), Pete Galbraith (Coldwell Banker Select), and Mark Ross (Catholic Schools, Inc.). For event details and voting, visit DancingTulsaStars.com.
ABC Excellence in Construction 2018 / Tulsa Ballroom / Oct. 25 – The Associated Builders and Contractors of Oklahoma (ABC) will host its annual Excellence in Construction Awards and recognize outstanding projects built by members of the association. The event begins at 6:00 p.m. in the Tulsa Ballroom. For details, please visit ABCokla.org.
Tulsa Federal Credit Union Tulsa Run Expo / Exhibit Hall A / Oct. 25–26 – The Tulsa Sports Commission presents the Tulsa Federal Credit Union Tulsa Run Expo on Thursday, Oct. 25, from 4:00 p.m. to 7:00 p.m., and again from 10:00 a.m. to 7:00 p.m. on Friday, Oct. 26. Runners will receive their race packets (including timing chip, shirt, and information). For more on the event and expo exhibition opportunities, please visit RunSignUp.com/Race/OK/Tulsa/TulsaRun.
The Big Mad Morning Show Presents Ghost / Exhibit Hall C / Oct. 26 – Swedish heavy metal band Ghost will be performing in Tulsa on Friday, Oct. 26. Tickets range from $31.50-$56.50 and are available through Ticketmaster. The doors will open at 6:00 p.m. and the show begins at 7:00 p.m. in Exhibit Hall C off the Main Gallery. For more details, please visit Ghost-Official.com.
Tulsa Regional Chamber “State of Inclusion” / Assembly Hall / Oct. 31 – Mosaic (the Tulsa Regional Chamber’s diversity and inclusion council) presents “State of Inclusion.” The forum aims to elevate the importance of equity, inclusion and diversity for regional economic progress. The event’s keynote presentation will be delivered by Mike Dillion, Chief Diversity and Inclusion Officer of PwC U.S. Tickets are available to non-members. For full event details, please visit TulsaChamber.com.