TCCL presents Tulsa’s most imaginative during Ignite Tulsa: Creative Spark

   You are invited to join Tulsa’s most creative and imaginative people during “Ignite Tulsa: Creative Spark” June 21, 6:30-8:30 p.m. in Central Library’s Pocahontas Greadington Learning & Creativity Center.

   Doors open at 6 p.m. with the band “Hey Judy” adding musical entertainment throughout the evening.

   Ignite Tulsa is an evening of networking, education and entertainment with lightning fast presentations on a variety of topics. Speakers have five minutes to talk about something they are passionate about using 20 slides set to auto advance every 15 seconds.

  Presenters include:

·         {C}Jessica Sanchez, Lead vocalist, Junfalls
"Representation on all Scales: Being a brown girl in the DIY music community”

·         {C}Meg Myers Morgan, Author, Motivational Speaker, College Professor, and Career Coach
"What it Means to Publish: The surprising lessons learned from self-publishing to landing a book deal"

·         {C}Missy Boudiette, Owner and Creator of Your Birth Experience
"Truth, Curiosity, and the Non-Plan Plan"

·         {C}Joe Staskal, Tulsa Regionalist Artist
"On Becoming a Regionalist"

·         {C}Tammy Westcott, Director of Incarceration Reduction, Community Service Council
"Thinking Outside the Cell"

·         {C}Rebecca Nightingale, District Judge, Tulsa Veterans Treatment Court
"From Boot Camp to Jail: Defending Against the Enemy"

·         {C}Scott Moore y Medina, Architect and Co-founder, Blue Star Integrative Studio
"Design Still Matters – Challenge Accepted"

·         {C}Apollonia Piña, Research Assistant, National Institutes of Health grant for Native Americans in STEM fields
"Indigenous Perspectives in Math and Science"

·         {C}Andrew Spector, Leadership Tulsa Program Manager and Co-founder of Tulsa Changemakers
"Good News Summit"

·         {C}Deborah Hunter, Family & Children’s Services Behavioral Health Case Manger
"Mental Illness is Not Selective"


·         {C}Forrest Mayer, Science Communicator and Informal Educator
"Apples are Good: Objectivity as a Path to Progress"


   This program is part of the Tulsa City-County Library’s adult summer reading program. All ages are invited to participate in the library’s summer reading program by registering at any library or online at Adults who read or listen to four books by Aug. 4 complete the program and earn a color changing tumbler, plus coupons for free coupons for entertainment and treats from local sponsors.

   For more information on Tulsa City-County Library’s programs and services, call the AskUs Hotline, 918-549-7323, or visit the library’s Web page,

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