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    Join KRMG and FOX23 at the 3rd Annual Severe Weather Awareness Expo on Saturday, April 27 from 12pm-4pm at Woodland Hills Mall.  You will get a chance to meet-and-greet station meteorologists from FOX23 News and KRMG and as well as receive weather emergency information from US National Weather Service. Atlas Safe Rooms will be providing information on their above-ground storm shelters. Federal, state, local disaster community organizations and private businesses will also be on hand to educate visitors on how their services can help in a severe weather incident.  The day will have fun for the whole family, outside in the Pine Cone Parking Lot located near the food court you will be able to tour several storm tracking vehicles including helicopters and boats plus first response vehicles including the Tulsa Fire Department truck. The 3rd Annual Severe Weather Awareness Expo is free to the public, this is a fun and informative community event to receive first-hand knowledge and information from industry experts about weather safety and ways to protect your family. Bring the family on Saturday, April 27 from 12pm-4pm at Woodland Hills Mall located at 7021 S Memorial Dr in Tulsa. For more information visit https://www.facebook.com/events/406243520177396/
  • After launching its 2019 season on-line last week, the OKM Music Festival is officially announcing its 35th Anniversary Festival. One of Oklahoma’s long-running music festivals is celebrating its 35th anniversary this summer, and organizers have been preparing a very special festival from June 8-14.  The entire family is invited to enjoy a free street party to kick off the festival, a Concert Under the Stars, a Bluegrass evening, a wonderful Classical Series and the beloved Woolaroc Concert. Several community showcase concerts and plenty of children’s activities will add to the festival offerings this year, according to Ryan Martin, OKM marketing director.  “This season OKM Music celebrates its 35th year of bringing quality music to Bartlesville,” said Lynn Mihm, OKM’s chairman of the board. “This year’s lineup reflects the community’s desire to hear excellent entertainment from multi-genre performing artists. We have Jazz, Bluegrass, Red Dirt Country, Indie Pop, Celtic folk, Rock –n- Roll, Brass, and of course classical.  “OKM is also very excited to feature numerous female composers this season: the Gothard Sisters, Arielle, Anne Reburn, and Elena Martin. So often we do not place enough focus on the history of female composers and what better way to showcase their talents than by having them perform their own compositions.” Planned activities for the 35th festival include: June 8 –A free street party at the Community Center kicks off the 35th festival. Beginning at 3 p.m., enjoy a variety of food choices, children’s activities, games, and artists that call Bartlesville and Oklahoma their home: YouTube sensation Anne Reburn, Indie-Pop duo “Breakup,” -- featuring Bartlesville alumni Abby Callaghan--, Stillwater local Isaac McClung and Folk group “The Arcadian Wild”, featuring Bartlesville alumni Paige Park. At 7 p.m., attendees go indoors to the Bartlesville Community Center for a country-themed concert, featuring Brent Giddens Band and Phil Vassar as he brings his Hitsteria tour to Bartlesville.  June 9 – What could be more relaxing and enjoyable than a Concert Under the Stars at Sooner Park Band-shell? At 5 p.m., join The Gothard Sisters – sisters who perform Celtic music and lead audiences in Irish dance. At 7 p.m., child prodigy Arielle will take the stage and will stun audiences with her four-octave range.  June 10 – Spanish-born duo, Elena Martín and Jose Melitón will perform a Spanish-themed brown-bag lunch concert with original compositions in the Community Hall at the Bartlesville Community Center. Later in the evening, the Tulsa Symphony Orchestra will present “An Evening with Mozart.”  June 11 – Steep Canyon Rangers – one of the most exciting Bluegrass bands pickin’ and strummin’ today will be performing at 7:30 p.m. at the Bartlesville Community Center. Well known for their early tours with Steve Martin, the group has now become a Bluegrass favorite across the country.  June 12/13 – Classical music is the backbone of the 35-year-old festival, and OKM is delighted to welcome Internationally acclaimed pianist Jenny Lin on June 12 at the Bartlesville High School FAC and fan-favorite Quartetto Gelato on June 13 at the Bartlesville Community Center.  June 14 – Bring a picnic dinner and lawn chairs to Woolaroc’s Clyde Lake for the finale featuring Modern Oklahoma Jazz Orchestra (MOJO) and Dallas Brass – a national brass quintet known for their patriotic and classical albums. Come early for children’s activities, giveaways and vendor booths. Fireworks cap the evening’s festivities. Gates open at 5 p.m.  Several free Showcase concerts bring even more diversity to the festival. From June 10-13 in various church venues, delight in the Ad Lib Singers, Harmony Project Tulsa, the Daytime Divas and the New Tulsans. Other showcase events include a concert at Prairie Song in Dewey and a traditional English Cottage Tea with Diane Fallis.  Youth outreach is an integral part of OKM Music, and this festival brings mostly free children’s programming. Scheduled are violin adventures, music and story time, Le Theatre de Marionette puppet show from Dallas, Stone Lion Theatre puppet show from Kansas City, the beloved Prince and Princess Tea, and line dancing.  On Wednesday, June 12, Steinway Pianist Jenny Lin will be presenting “Melody’s Mostly Musical Day” at the Bartlesville High School FAC. This is a must-see event for the entire family. OKM is also collaborating with the Salvation Army for its third annual Summer Conservatory during the festival and during the month June. For a complete list of events, times and locations, visit okmmusic.org. Concert prices range from $15 to $35 for general-admission tickets and $45 to $75 for VIP tickets with various perks for concert-goers. Tickets are available at bartlesvillecommunitycenter.com or 918-337-2787.  OKM Music is a member of Green Country Marketing Association, one of 11 multi-county organizations working with the Oklahoma Tourism and Recreation Department and others to promote state tourism.
  • Cox Business Center Ballroom June 15, 2019On Sale: Friday, April 5 at 10am Price: $58 - $253 (Additional Fees May Apply) Get Tickets HERE Times  Doors: 6:30PM  Show: 7:30PM Join John Cusack for a screening of Say Anything followed by a LIVE conversation and Q&A at Cox Business Center on June 15 regarding his career and the making of Say Anything. Roger Ebert called the movie “one of the best films of the year” when it was released. Fans will now get the opportunity to experience a moderated discussion, with John answering audience questions as well. This is the first announced event of the Tulsa Film Series at Cox Business Center, presented by Prairie Artisan Ales. The 1989 comedy/drama Say Anything brought popular culture the love story of Lloyd Dobler (actor John Cusack) and Diane Court (actress Ione Skye). An eternal optimist seeks the heart of a “brain trapped in the body of a game show hostess.” Ranked by Entertainment Weekly as one of the greatest modern movie romances (and #11 on the list of 50 best high-school movies), Say Anything made a star out of John Cusack who went on to success in multiple films including High Fidelity, Grosse Point Blank and Being John Malkovich, among others.
  • Relay For Life of the Tulsa Metro will take place June 14th 5:30 p.m. to 11 p.m. at the University of Tulsa Dietler Commons located at 800 S. Tucker Dr. For more information and to register, go to https://bit.ly/2H4qeyp
  • Click Here To Donate NOW! NEWS102.3 & AM740 KRMG is once again proud to partner with Make-A-Wish Oklahoma for the 13th year of its Stories of Light radiothon. The three-day event is the largest fundraiser for the nonprofit organization in Oklahoma and will run from November 13th-15th. During the radiothon, the KRMG team will share heartwarming and inspiring stories from local Wish Kids and their families and encourage listeners to donate and support the work of Make-A-Wish. “KRMG has become synonymous with Stories of Light and we are proud of that,” says Levi May, Director of Branding & Programming of NEWS102.3 & AM740 KRMG. “Our listeners look forward to the opportunity to learn about the local Wish kids and to play a role to help make their wishes come true.” KRMG has helped raise more than $3 million through Stories of Light over the past 12 years and has set a goal of raising more than $300,000 this year. Listeners can donate on KRMG.com, the KRMG App, by texting WISH to 95920, in person at LaFortune Park November 13th-15th, or at one of six Reasor’s locations (Brookside, Broken Arrow, Claremore, Jenks, Owasso and Bixby) on Thursday. The amount raised during the three days will be announced on KRMG on Thursday evening as part of a large celebration. Donations collected from Stories of Light enable Make-A-Wish Oklahoma to create life-changing wishes for children with critical illnesses. Every penny raised goes to Make-A-Wish kids and their families in Oklahoma. Learn more about the event on KRMG.com and the KRMG App. WHERE AND WHEN TO DONATE Tuesday, November 13th from 3pm to 7pm @ LaFortune Park at 61st and Yale Wednesday, November 14th from 5am to 7pm @ LaFortune Park at 61st and Yale Thursday, November 15th from 5am to 7pm @ LaFortune Park at 61st and Yale Thursday, November 15th from 6am to 6pm @ Reasor's in Tulsa (41st & Peoria in Brookside) Thursday, November 15th from 6am to 6pm @ Reasor's in Broken Arrow (71st & Lynn Lane) Thursday, November 15th from 6am to 6pm @ Reasor's in Owasso (86th St. North and Highway 169) Thursday, November 15th from 6am to 6pm @ Reasor's in Bixby (11116 S. Memorial) Thursday, November 15th from 6am to 6pm @ Reasor's in Jenks (446 S. Elm Street) Thursday, November 15th from 6am to 6pm @ Reasor's in Claremore (1000 W. Will Rogers Blvd) Or, click HERE to donate online now. ABOUT MAKE-A-WISH OKLAHOMA  The mission of Make-A-Wish is to grant the wishes of children with life-threatening medical conditions to enrich the human experience with hope, strength and joy.  The Oklahoma chapter serves children who live across our state in all 77 counties. All funds raised by our chapter stay in Oklahoma to help grant Oklahoma wishes. Founded in 1982, Make-A-Wish Oklahoma has granted more than 2,800 wishes. Every 35 minutes Make-A-Wish® grants the wish of a child diagnosed with a life-threatening medical condition in the United States and its territories SPECIAL THANKS TO: Thank you to our corporate donors: Cox Communications Thank you to our in-kind donors: A-Best Roofing Harp Electric Party Pro Rents & Events Warren Cat
  • Join NEWS102.3 & AM740 KRMG, and the Oklahoma Blood Institute as we partner with the Gold4Kids Cancer Foundation of Tulsa. We want to raise blood and we want you to come participate in a walk and a 5K with all of us! Click here for more information on making appointments and registration for the walk and the 5K.  WHAT: Gold4Kids Walk, 5K and Blood Drive supporting Gold4Kids Cancer Foundation of Tulsa WHEN: Saturday, September 8th 7:30AM – race registration  o 8:30AM – 5K begins  o 10:45AM – Walk begins  o 10AM-1PM – Blood Drive  WHERE: River West Festival Park - 2100 S Jackson Ave, Tulsa, OK 74107  SPECIFICS:  Each blood donor will receive a “BE THE GOOD” t-shirt o The local partnership between Oklahoma Blood Institute and Gold4Kids Cancer Foundation of Tulsa provides great value to those families in our community who have children battling cancer. As the local blood provider to ALL Children’s hospitals in our state, Oklahoma Blood Institute’s goal is to raise awareness of the importance of supporting your community’s local blood provider. Gold4Kids Cancer Foundation of Tulsa’s goal is to make sure funds raised for oncology support and cancer research will help benefit local organizations, such as The Children’s Hospital at Saint Francis.  Patient Story:  Candin Hobbs, organizer of this year’s event, has a very person reason for being involved. o Her son 10-year-old son, Graem, is a cancer survivor and blood recipient. He was diagnosed with acute lymphoblastic leukemia on Christmas Eve when he was just two years old. After three years of chemotherapy and numerous blood transfusions, Gream was able to call himself cancer free just before his sixth birthday. Today he loves reading, sports and playing with his little sister, Madelyn. He and his family are so grateful to the many blood donors who saved his life.  General Info:  Donors can follow event updates on our Facebook page, Oklahoma Blood Institute Tulsa.  • Photo ID is required.  • To speed up the donation process, donors can complete their health history questions on our website, obi.org, by clicking on the, “Donor Express” link.  • Donors can visit obi.org or call 877-340-8777 to schedule an appointment.  • Since there’s no substitute for blood, the supply must constantly be renewed.  • We need about 1,200 donors a day to meet the needs of patients in our hospitals.  Oklahoma Blood Institute is the local blood provider supplying every drop of blood for patients in nearly 90% of the medical facilities across Oklahoma including Saint Francis Health System, and ALL Children’s, Veterans & Tribal Hospitals.  WHO:  All healthy adults are encouraged to give blood.  Age and weight criteria:  • 16 years old; ≥ 125 lbs. with parental consent  • 17 years old; ≥ 125 lbs.  • 18 years or older; ≥ 110 lbs.  Getting older does not make people ineligible to donate. People who feel well and can do normal day-to-day activities can probably donate. People can give blood every 56 days. How long does it take? • It doesn’t take long to make a life-changing difference for someone. Giving blood only takes about one hour.  Why give blood?  • Of those eligible to donate blood in the U.S., less than ten percent actually donate each year.  • Every two seconds someone needs blood. Each unit of blood donated can save the lives of up to three people.  • Although all blood types are needed, those with O-negative type blood are especially encouraged to donate. According to American Association of Blood Banks (AABB), those with O-neg blood type make up only nine percent of the national population; however, O-neg blood can be used by anyone in emergency need when a patient’s blood type has not yet been identified.Click here for more information on making appointments and registration for the walk and the 5K. Click here for more information on making appointments and registration for the walk and the 5K.
  • The Flight Night Back to School STEM Expo presented by OERB and Tulsa Tech and  powered by Tulsa Regional STEM Alliance, Cox Media Group and the Tulsa State Fair is part science fair, part county fair, part career fair and all fun! This hands-on, curiosity-driven event is created to ignite a love of STEM (science, technology, engineering and math) in middle school students.    Join us on Friday, September 14th for a day will be filled with opportunities to learn and explore through live and interactive presentations as students make their way through a dozen uniquely themed zones.    Each zone will incorporate different industries that rely on STEM elements to be successful.    Get complete event information here.
  •  WHAT: Gubernatorial Candidate Forum – where the focus will be on education (should be very interesting due to the fact we are still fresh off the teacher walkout).  EVENT SPONSORS: Bixby PLAC, Jenks PLAC, Bixby Chamber of Commerce, the Jenks Chamber of Commerce, KRMG, FOX23 and the Tulsa World  WHEN: Monday, June 4th from 7pm – 9pm  WHERE: Jenks High School   CANDIDATES: Mick Cornett, Connie Johnson, Gary Jones, Gary Richardson and Kevin Stitt  MODERATORS: KRMG’s Russell Mills, FOX23’s Shae Rozzi and the Tulsa World’s Wayne Greene  TICKETS: This event is free to the public but you do have to register if you want to go – do it now because there is very limited seating CLICK HERE to register now! OTHER: We’d love to see you there, but if you can’t make it in person you can hear it live commercial free on KRMG from 7pm – 9pm, watch it on our Facebook page, watch it live on TV on My41 and get all the latest reaction in the Tulsa World. And of course, we will go in-depth the very next morning on the KRMG Morning News with Dan Potter.  INFO: on KRMG.com and the KRMG App. Oklahoma's voters think improving public education is one of the most important issues the next governor will face. This year's election comes at a critical time in statewide efforts to increase the academic performance of students, restore critical funding and stop the teacher shortage that is plaguing our state. Join the parents of the Bixby and Jenks Parent Legislative Action Committees and the Bixby and Jenks Chambers of Commerce along with The Tulsa World, FOX23, and KRMG as we explore the education policy ideas and positions of our gubernatorial candidates. Shae Rozzi, FOX23 Anchor, Wayne Greene, Tulsa World Editorial Pages Editor, and Russell Mills, KRMG Reporter/Anchor, will moderate this lively and informative forum.  
  • WHAT: 5th Annual KRMG & FOX23 StormCon – presented by Iron Tight Safe Rooms WHEN: Saturday, April 14th from 9am to 12-Noon.   WHERE: KRMG Performance Center at 2625 S. Memorial Dr. BRING: Your whole family as there will be some hands-on learning opportunities for kids and also bring your appetite!  Schlotzsky’s will be providing us with Cinnabons (until supplies last) Each year we gather our KRMG StormTrackers and pull back the curtain to let you meet and hear from our severe weather experts. Join KRMG’s Dan Potter, Rick Couri, Russell Mills, Skyler Cooper, FOX23 and KRMG Chief Meteorologist James Aydelott, FOX23 and KRMG Meteorologist Michael Seger, National Weather Service Meteorologist-in-Charge Steve Piltz  and National Weather Service Hydrologist Nicole McGavock for a fun and educational morning.  If you have been to StormCon before, you know one loyal listener in attendance will win a brand new Iron Tight Safe Rooms…that loyal listener could be you! Listen for your chance to WIN a VIP tour of the FOX23 and KRMG Studios with Chief Meteorologist James Aydelott. Workshops: Drone Demonstrations Show-and-Tell with Storm Tracking Gear Meet a Meteorologist! Including FOX23 and KRMG Chief Meteorologist James Aydelott, and Meteorologists Michael Seger and Laura Mock! NWS Meteorologist-in-Charge Steve Piltz with Hydrologist Nicole McGavock with a hands-on flooding model Tulsa Regional STEM Alliance - Clean Up Your Act! A hands-on activity in which students design a filtration system to clean water simulating a major issue that communities face immediately following natural disasters. Take a look inside the vehicles we use for Storm Tracking FOX23 and NEWS102.3 KRMG Meteorologist Michael Seger, plus Rick Couri and Russell Mills will give the keynote address on our main stage covering the 5-year anniversary of the devastating Moore tornado at 11:15am. SIDE NOTES: No registration is needed to enter this event - you can come when it is convenient for you since each workshop will be about 25 minutes, and then we will start again so you can rotate as you see fit. You must be present to win the Iron Tight Safe Room - registrations will close at 11:30am. Bring the whole family!
  • WHAT: KRMG’s Consumer Warrior Clark Howard is coming back to Tulsa for “Clarkonomics Today” – presented by Oklahoma Central Credit Union.We’ve asked Clark to discuss the stock market roller-coaster ride, is it a good time to buy or sell, where should I put my money? scam alerts, tax breaks, flat out just keep more of the money you make, and answer your questions. WHEN: Thursday, March 22nd from 6pm – 7:30pm WHERE: KRMG Performance Center - 26th and Memorial INFO: We checked with Clark and he agreed on the price for this event – FREE! Register is now closed for this event. Then the next morning, Clark Howard and KRMG are partnering up once again with Habitat for Humanity to raise walls for another deserving Tulsa family to achieve the American Dream of owning a home. You can also find out how to help us with this cause on KRMG.com and the KRMG App.