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Friday, May 10, 2013

The historic Cain’s Ballroom was chosen as the venue for our Friday, May 10, 2013, gathering. A DJ will play the music of our era as we laugh and dance and renew the memories of our special years together. We are grateful to the classmates whose anonymous donations enabled the committee to make each of these amazing choices. The evening can’t get here soon enough, can it?

Cains Ballroom

Saturday, May 11, 2013

The Oklahoma Jazz Hall of Fame at the elegantly restored Tulsa Union Depot will be the site of our event on Saturday, May 11, 2013. Easy Street band, funded by an anonymous donor, will play jazz tunes during dinner then break into rock n’ roll for dancing after the meal. Our fun-loving class president, Mickey Robison, has pledged to dance with every female in the room. Get out your dancing shoes, ladies, we don’t want to disappoint him!

Tulsa Union Depot


$100 gift cards will be awarded each night to five attendees who are present. One door prize per person is the rule. These exciting prizes are the gift of an anonymous donor.

Please enjoy the festivities of our 50th reunion and remember to drink responsibly. As a courtesy to attendees, transportation will be provided from the events if requested or deemed necessary.

For those of you staying in downtown Tulsa during the reunion, or just interested in seeing how downtown Tulsa has changed in the half-century since we graduated, check out the Guthrie Green Trolley website. It looks like an ideal way to get around and to see downtown Tulsa without the hassle of find a parking place.

This is from their website. “ Guthrie Green is located in The Brady Arts District in Tulsa, Oklahoma at 111 East Brady Street. The park occupies a full square block between Brady and Cameron Streets and Boston and Cincinnati Avenues in The Brady Arts District. Guthrie Green can be accessed from Highway 244 from the Cincinnati/Detroit exit or from downtown Tulsa from Detroit Avenue, heading west on Brady Street.
Every Friday and Saturday evening from 5 pm – 2 am, The Trolley will link popular downtown districts with other points of interest such as the Tulsa Performing Arts Center and the BOK Arena. The Trolley allows visitors to “park and ride” to various restaurants, clubs, shops and performance venues. The complimentary service will loop approximately every 20-30 minutes, stopping at Guthrie Green on the hour and half hour.

The Urban Trolley is handicap accessible. Visit the Trolley website for a map of the route”