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Virtual Event – Teri French
September 1, 2020 @ 7:00 pm - 8:00 pm
Celebrate the end of summer with local author Teri French and her new book, 100 THINGS TO DO IN TULSA BEFORE YOU DIE.
We will be hosting a virtual chat with Teri to talk all things Tulsa, the best restaurants, shops, festivals, parks and so much more. This book makes a great housewarming gift for new neighbors and you’ll want a copy for yourself to build your ultimate Tulsa Bucket List.
This free event will be hosted on Zoom, to register in advance visit https://magiccitybooks.zoom.us/webinar/register/WN_O5-zvYElQbCYrGMuoU4zPw
After registering, you will receive a confirmation email containing information about joining the event on September 1.
Copies of 100 Things to do in Tulsa Before You Die are currently available at Magic City Books. You can call the store to order, 918-602-4452 or order online here: https://magiccitybooks.square.site/product/100-things-to-do-in-tulsa-before-you-die/193
About 100 Things to do in Tulsa Before You Die
Traveling down Historic Route 66 through the foothills of the Ozarks, you may be lucky enough to stumble upon one of America’s most beautiful cities in Tulsa, Oklahoma. Or maybe you’re a lifelong resident of the “Oil Capital of the World” who wants to uncover the hidden gems of the city you call home. 100 Things to Do in Tulsa Before You Die showcases the art, culture, and people that make Tulsa shine, all while revealing a few of the secrets it hides.
This quick-reference travel guide shows the more diverse, eclectic, and fun things to do in Tulsa that should be on everyone’s bucket list. Get insider tips for visiting the Philbrook Museum of Art housed within the old mansion of oil tycoon Waite Phillips. Hum along to “This Land is Your Land” at the Woody Guthrie center, or check out the new renovations at The Church Studio where music legends like Willie Nelson and Bonnie Raitt once recorded their famous songs. Don’t miss some of the best barbecue where pig country meets cow country, and find locally-owned favorites from Lebanese steakhouses to Coney Island dogs.
Local author Teri French is known for her ability sniff out Tulsan secrets, and her guide will serve as an incomparable resource for visitors and locals alike. Make sure to bring it along for your next adventure and find out just what makes Tulsa so distinct.
Teri French has lived and played in the Tulsa area for over half her life. As a transplanted Tulsan at a young age she has explored every street, avenue, district and block in the city. Researching the city of Tulsa for over two decades, she has established herself as an authority on local folklore and urban legends. In addition to writing Tulsa’s Haunted Memories (Arcadia Publishing, 2010) Teri has contributed to other publications as well such as Ghost! Magazine and Rt. 66, Arts & Entertainment Magazine. Teri resides in Broken Arrow, has 2 grown boys, one granddaughter and two pug dogs.