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 http://www.tulsalibrary.org/Summer. 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, www.tulsalibrary.org.

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