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This includes everything from aerobics to disc golf to martial arts to tennis lessons.
Please choose the community center of your choice from the menu on the left for more information. Tulsa Parks has lighted and unlighted ball fields, sand volleyball courts, gyms, basketball courts, lighted and unlighted tennis courts, and over 60 miles of trails.
Everyone is welcome, but childcare is not provided. The New Haven Community Group meets on the 2nd and 4th Thursdays from - for a meal, prayer, and discussion of the current sermon series.
They welcome singles and married couples of all ages; however, childcare is not provided.
We are Borders because we are all in between, “on the border”, of this life we are living and the one we long for someday in heaven. The group is composed mostly of couples and singles with grown children, but everyone is welcome! If you need Childcare, let us know and we can arrange it. The primary goal of the group is to be real with ourselves and others and in that way magnify God’s grace in our lives. Where: 111th & Yale Led by: Mark & Lisa Dalton Contact: [email protected] group to join where "everybody knows your name." We will meet every Sunday evening at Adrian & Yvonne Potts' house at the same time that youth groups meet at church.
It is expected that the group will foster a level of trust and transparency. We will eat light foods (bring and share), have a bit of focused discussion and prayer, and enjoy a lot of hanging out. What: Eat potluck, catch up, chat informally around Christian life and sermon Where: 81st & Yale When: Most Sunday evenings (see notices on the City 7921 group) Contact: Adrian at [email protected] Southies meet on the 2nd and 4th Wednesdays each month!
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JAWS is available on a public computer in the Central Library’s Research Center (4th floor).
Sports and fitness for adult and youth are among the department's most popular programs.
No matter what your age, ability or interest, there's likely a program for you. The department sponsors dozens of leagues in every season, including T-ball, basketball, flag football, volleyball, tennis, and more.
Each Keeper Chat teaches you about a specific animal, including information about diet, habitat, status in the wild, and more.