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Oklahoma is more than just OK!
Enrich your knowledge and understanding of famous (and infamous!) Oklahomans with these outstanding programs:

THE OKLAHOMA BOOMER MOVEMENT
Thursday, January 11,
1:00 p.m.
in Fleming Center

In 1879, Elias C. Boudinot sent a letter to the Chicago Times concerning unoccupied land in the middle of Indian Territory. He made the case that 14,000,000 acres of the Indian Territory should be considered public domain open to settlement. This letter planted a seed in the minds of farmers, merchants, and speculators of a promised land of opportunities and set off ten years of political agitation and confrontation. Michael Williams, Registrar and Assistant Curator of the Oklahoma Territorial Museum in Guthrie, will be here to share with us, in words and pictures, the important story of the Boomers.
No reservations necessary.

CONNIE CRONLEY PRESENTS FAMOUS OKLAHOMANS AND WHY WE LOVE THEM HOSTED BY THE OMM BOOK CLUB
Tuesday, January 16,
7:00 p.m.
in Fleming Center

Born in Nowata, Oklahoma and an enrolled member
of the Cherokee Nation, Connie Cronley writes books
and magazine articles, taught writing at the University
of Tulsa, and managed Tulsa Ballet Theatre for 15 years. She is a regular commentator on KWGS-Public Radio 89.5, a columnist for Tulsa People Magazine, and is the author of two books of essays, "Light and Variable" and "Sometimes a Wheel Falls Off", and the co-author with Edward Perkins of "Mr. Ambassador: Warrior for Peace".

A very entertaining speaker, Connie will share stories
of Angie Debo, Lynn Riggs, Sam Houston, Jennifer Jones, Lee Wiley, Moscelyne Larkin, Jay Cronley, and more.
No reservations necessary.

OKLAHOMA OUTLAWS & LAWMEN
Friday, January 26,
1:00 p.m.
in Fleming Center

Hear the tales of the Doolin Gang, the Daltons, Tulsa Jack, Belle Starr, Bill Cook and other outlaws who lived around Tulsa in the late 19th and early 20th centuries. Celebrate Indian Territory U.S. Marshalls as well as lawmen from the Indian Nations called Lighthorsemen. Listen to stories about the famous hanging judge, Isaac Parker. Enjoy this presentation, featuring archival photos, by a trained docent from the Tulsa Historical Society. No reservations necessary.

TE ATA THE MOVIE
Friday, January 26, 7:00 p.m. in Fleming Center

Te Ata (TAY' AH-TAH) is based on the inspiring, true story of Mary Thompson Fisher, a woman who traversed cultural barriers to become one of the greatest Native American performers of all time. Born in Indian Territory, and raised on the songs and stories of her Chickasaw culture, Te Ata's journey to find her true calling led her through isolation, discovery, love and a stage career that culminated in performances for a United States president, European royalty and audiences across the world. Yet, of all the stories she shared, none are more inspiring than her own. This full-length movie (1hr, 45min), released in 2017, is a production of the Chickasaw Nation featuring an outstanding nationally known cast.
No reservations necessary.


 

 

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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