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  • The Painted Lyon
    From some funky trees to a cool, rainy night, visitors to The Painted Lyon bring a whole variety of worlds to life with bright paints and brushes—and a little help from the bar's libations. During paint-and-sip classes, instructors teach students how to re-create paintings. They walk them step-by-step through the painting process while budding Monets sip beer, wine, or complimentary water. Alternatively, visitors can drop by any time the studio is open to grab a drink and a small canvas from the Paint Bar. They can paint a work preselected by the studio or create whatever they'd like without worrying about time constraints or art teachers telling them that trees can't be hot pink.
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    6056 South Yale Avenue
    Tulsa, OK US
  • Paul Mitchell The School
    Located on a 13,000-square-foot campus, Paul Mitchell The School Tulsa educates blossoming stylists under the teachings and legacy of its renowned, eponymous founder. Skilled instructors draw on the Paul Mitchell network's eco-friendly philosophies to enlighten students with hands-on training and textbooks printed on highlight foils. The comprehensive salon-centric curriculum enlists the multiple intelligences method, which helps pinpoint each pupil's unique strengths and develop a customized learning plan. Future scissor masters then hone their nascent skills at a fully functional, onsite salon, where certified trainers supervise services such as haircuts, coloring, and conditioning treatments.
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    14002 East 21st Street
    Tulsa, OK US
  • New Heights Rock Climbing Gym
    Safety comes first at New Heights Rock Climbing Gym. Before strapping in at the gym’s top-rope climbing course, all guests have to complete a training lesson that teaches them the skills needed to safely surmount the gym’s walls. Students learn how to tie weight-bearing knots, help friends safely ascend and descend the walls using belaying techniques, and recognize the difference between rocks and Styrofoam coolers that just look like rocks. Once instructors deem them ready, students can then latch onto the colorful rocks sprinkled throughout the climbing space, using their upper-arm strength and path-finding skills to surmount the vertical obstacle course. The angled bouldering course rises over padded mats, allowing guests to safely climb the inclines while working against gravity pulling down their own body weight. The gym opens its doors to parties of all sizes, with one designated instructor for every eight partygoers to ensure climbers stay safe and agile.
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    1140 S 107th E Ave.
    Tulsa, OK US
  • Purple Glaze
    About 90% of Purple Glaze Studio’s ceramics and craft supplies come from local sources, reflecting a dedication to the community that undergirds the studio’s resolve to never become a franchise. Instead, the Oklahoma-oriented Purple Glaze Studio welcomes neighbors inside to paint hundreds of ceramic bowls, frames, and figurines created in the Tulsa area. Stencils, sponges, and stamps assist crafters as they paint their projects, and an idea center helps jumpstart flagging imaginations. The studio also invites guests to assemble bright tiles and stones into mosaics—a perfect activity for a girls’ night, a birthday party, or discovering that you’re actually colorblind.
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    6528 E 91st St.
    Tulsa, OK US
  • Tulsa Art Center
    Everyone should have a way to express themselves. That?s why the instructors at Tulsa Art Center are passionate about guiding visitors through a wide variety of art classes, ranging from watercolor to clay sculptures. The instructors firmly believe that artistic talent can be learned or easily purchased from a palm reader, and classes for all ages and skill levels welcome both burgeoning artists and established experts. Students can learn to illustrate comic books and build a foundation in storytelling during book-illustration classes, or pick up a pencil at the learn-to-draw class.
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    6808 S Memorial Dr
    Tulsa, OK US
  • Brookside by Day
    Many of the same staff members at Brookside by Day have helped prepare and serve home-cooked favorites since the day the diner opened in 1991. That sense of tradition permeates every aspect of the restaurant, from the country decor of hardwood tables to the house specialties ranging from breakfast burritos to chicken-fried chicken. That's not to say the times can't change, however—along with the regular menu, chalkboard specials rotate daily, and in 2013 the diner added a bar where guests can watch the flat-screen TV over drinks or sip a Bloody Mary at brunch to cure their Sunday papercuts.
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    3313 S Peoria Ave.
    Tulsa, OK US

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