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TWO GREAT PROGRAMS CELEBRATING TULSA:
OMM PREMIERE OF L'DOR V'DOR: GENERATION TO GENERATION
PRESENTED BY MICHELLE PLACE, EXECUTIVE DIRECTOR OF THE TULSA HISTORICAL SOCIETY

Thursday, January 10
7:00 p.m. in Fleming Center
A one-hour film commissioned by the Tulsa Historical Society, L'Dor V'Dor: Generation to Generation tells the story of Tulsa's Jewish community from its arrival in America, to its settling in Indian Territory, to its contemporary commitment to our city. Highlights Jewish-owned retail businesses, oil and related industry pioneers, and local philanthropies that have helped Tulsa to grow and prosper. A history lesson as well as a testament to the many contributions to Tulsa by its Jewish citizens, this film explores the human condition of our city's collective history.

Michelle Place was named Executive Director of the Tulsa Historical Society & Museum in 2012. She is a 2016 Emmy winning writer and technical advisor for the documentary, BOOMTOWN: An American Journey. In 2018, she was named as one of thirty-five Global Women Drivers for Peace. Michelle is a member of the Rotary Club of Tulsa, the DAR, Women in Communication and the Boston Avenue Church where she sings in the Chancel Choir. No reservations necessary.

METROPOLITAN BAPTIST CHURCH TULSA CHOIR
Thursday, January 17
7:00 p.m. in Fleming Center
The dynamic and inspiring choir of Metropolitan Baptist Church (The Met) will be here to sing for and with us as we mark Martin Luther King Jr. Day. Since 1917, The Met has served as a beacon of light shining in north Tulsa and beyond. Their choir will share soul-stirring traditional and contemporary gospel music in this very special program. No reservations necessary.

LOST RESTAURANTS OF TULSA
PRESENTED BY AUTHOR RHYS MARTIN

Tuesday, January 22
7:00 p.m. in Fleming Center
In the early twentieth century, Tulsa was the "Oil Capital of the World." The rush of roughnecks and oil barons built a culinary foundation that not only provided traditional food and diner fare but also inspired upper-class experiences and international cuisine. Tulsans could reserve a candlelit dinner at the Louisiane or cruise along the Restless Ribbon with a pit stop at Pennington's. Generations of regulars depended on family-owned establishments such as Villa Venice, The Golden Drumstick and St. Michael's Alley.

A native Tulsan, author and photographer Rhys Martin's love of travel was born in 2009 when he sold all of his possessions and left the country. He lived out of a backpack for ten months exploring southeast Asia and Europe. After returning home, Rhys started visiting the back roads of Oklahoma and quickly understood the significance of historic Route 66 to the greater American story. He has traveled all 2,448 miles of the Mother Road and continues to explore the quiet Main Streets of the Midwest.

Join Rhys on a gastronomic journey through time in Tulsa, from the Great Depression to the days of "Liquor by the Wink" and the Oil Bust of the 1980s. It will be a great night of good memories!
No reservations necessary.

SAVE THESE IMPORTANT DATES:
VALENTINE CELEBRATION OF FRIENDSHIP, LOVE, & COMMUNITY FEATURING CHANTEUSE JANET RUTLAND
Thursday, February 14, 2019
ANNUAL LADIES LUNCHEON FEATURING THE HONORABLE KATHY TAYLOR
Thursday, May 16, 2019

 

 

Activity and Event Photo Galleries

 

Trivia Night.
Trivia Night competition was attended by 80 Members of the OMM community.
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Topeca Coffee Cuping. Everyone was fascinated by the experience at the Topeca Coffee Roastery. (Tulsa's Topeca Coffee Company is one of two "seed-to-cup" coffee companies in the U.S.!) It was an education... followed by lunch at the Topeca coffee shop in the Mayo Hotel. See Photos


OMM Members travel to Grand Lake and spend the day on the Cherokee Queen riverboat. See Photos


Crestwood's first anniversary celebration! See Photos
A great time was had by all!


The Annual Ladies luncheon was held May 10, 2013. Noted author and Executive Director of Iron Gate, Connie Cronley was the guest speaker. The event was attended by over 125 Members and their guests. See Photos


The Wellness Center hosted Spring Fling May 17th. Great food and Great games!
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