OSU-Tulsa makes TulsaPeople’s A-List for adult education
OSU-Tulsa is on the A-List. The university has earned a spot in the TulsaPeople’s annual poll for adult education.
The TulsaPeople Readers’ Choice A-List is a directory of Tulsa’s favorites for dining, shopping, services and fun. The monthly magazine’s readers nominate their favorites businesses, people and organizations in a variety of categories.
The A-List is published annually in June. Visit the TulsaPeople website for the complete list.
Alumni association to host trivia event in Blue Dome District
Test your OSU IQ during the Cowboy Crawl presented by the Tulsa Chapter of the OSU Alumni Association and Albert G’s BBQ on Saturday, June 14 in downtown Tulsa.
The crawl begins at 4 p.m. at Woody’s Corner Bar in the Blue Dome District and includes four stops throughout the area. At each location, teams of two to five people will be asked OSU trivia questions. The event ends with dinner and awards at Albert G’s BBQ at 7 p.m.
The $20 registration fee includes dinner and an OSU boot mug. For more information or to register, visit orangeconnection.com.
Elgin Avenue to close for community event at ONEOK
Elgin Avenue on the west side of the OSU-Tulsa campus will closed tomorrow from 9 a.m. to 1 p.m. for Friday Groceries with Joyce Meyer at ONEOK Field. OSU-Tulsa will provide free parking in Lots C and D for participants.
The event, hosted by Guts Church, is expected to draw more than 2,000 people. Students, faculty and staff are encouraged to schedule additional time to get to and from campus during the event.
Community organizations will give bikes to children and distribute 10,000 bags of groceries to needy families. Free medical, dental, mental health and legal services, haircuts and lunch will also be provided.
Tulsa Tough parking available at OSU-Tulsa
OSU-Tulsa will provide event parking in Lots A, C and D for Saint Francis Tulsa Tough Gran Fondos participants on Saturday. The three-day cycling festival includes races, endurance rides and a group ride.
Elgin Avenue will be closed Saturday south of Lot D from 5 a.m. to 9 a.m. during the Gran Fondos that begins in downtown Tulsa. A crowd of 3,000 people is expected.
Students, employees and visitors coming to campus are encouraged to arrive early and anticipate traffic delays. Campus parking will be available in Lots E and B.