For contemporary theorists the speed at which change happens is the revolution of our times. The future is almost here when it comes to changes in Oklahoma's gun laws. And, the biggest difficulty of our times...the future is harder than ever to predict. Some think CONSTITUTIONAL CARRY will return us to the Wild, Wild West, some think we'll see little to no change. Lacy Park offers a series of panel discussions answering an awful lot of questions.
Who doesn't have questions about Constitutional Carry acts related to guns and other weapons? At Lacy Park in Tulsa, Elaine Henderson wanted those questions answered for North Tulsans and set about putting together four Saturdays of informational/educational panel discussions on the topic.
On Saturday, September 28, 2019 moderators Amelia Henderson and Roberta Clardy presented the state's current statutes on PHYSICAL OR DEADLY FORCE AGAINST INTRUDER followed by questions on each segment of the statute for panelists Oklahoma State Senator Nathan Dahm, SGT. Marcus Harper, attorney and former Tulsa County Assistant District Attorney Larry Edwards and Attorney Jessika Tate.
SEARCH & SEIZURE & INTERACTION WITH THE POLICE.
This is the topic for panelists on Saturday, October 19...and the topic that many fear may most impact citizens and police officers, alike, negatively. Anxious parents and anxious teens and young adults should not miss this session.
After November 1, 2019, you may be up on your gun safety and training, but, your fellow citizens will no longer be required to take courses in gun handling skills. The panel for October 26 will include a firearms training/safety expert. If you've never handled a gun before in your life, this session is, especially, designed for you.
Sept 21 CONSTITUTIONAL CARRY ACT
Sept 28 MAKE MY DAY LAW & GUN OWNER’S LIABILITY
Oct 19 SEARCH & SEIZURE LAW & POLICE INTERACTION
Oct 26 GUN SAFETY/TRAINING & GUN SAFETY AT LARGE EVENTS.
Don Spencer, President of the Oklahoma Second Amendment Association
Lacy Park Community Center in Tulsa is presenting a 4-part series related to Oklahoma’s upcoming Constitutional Carry Act and gun safety. The four weeks of panel discussions featuring experts in the field providing information about Oklahoma’s new Constitutional Carry Act began on Saturday, September 21, 2019 with an overview of the upcoming Oklahoma law that rescinds current federal and local restrictions on gun ownership and use for law-abiding citizens.
On three additional Saturdays, September 28, October 19 and October 26, 2019, the panel discussions continue, focusing on gun safety and gun ownership education.
Each of the four Saturday events take place from Noon to 2pm at Lacy Park Community Center located at 2134 North Madison Place in Tulsa, Oklahoma.
Have questions for the panelists? EMAIL:email@example.com
These events are free and open to the public and are sponsored by TULSA PARKS, Tulsa Black Officer’s Coalition, 100 Black Men of Tulsa, Lacy Park Community Center Advisory Council, Lacy Park Gun Law Committee and NORTH TULSA magazine.
Somehow in 30 years of teaching art at McLain Science & Tech HS in Tulsa, Greenwood's Tulsa Arts District FIRST FRIDAY ART CRAWL had never passed over artist Lloyd Ware’s radar. Now retired and concentrating on his own career in art, his new focus prompted him to finally make the trip to Guthrie Green. How rewarding was the trip…after his first visit a couple of months ago Ware decided, ”I plan to attend every [First Friday], if I don’t have a show planned that evening.”
“I really liked the atmosphere.” Ironically, it became apparent that Ware’s former students were familiar with FIRST FRIDAY. “One of the most rewarding things I saw at FIRST FRIDAY in the Greenwood area was the young fashion designer who teaches at Central High School preparing the Next Generation for that skill set. I think her name is Danae. I remember having her in my classroom at McLain and allowing her to flourish in the room. While other people were working on the project, she was designing clothing and I graded her on the things that she loved doing...being a fashion designer.”
Read more about this story in the print edition of NORTH TULSA magazine...
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To move a 1980s wood-paneled living room, dining room and spacious den (stuffed to the gills) into the 21st century, one North Tulsa family delved into tons of design magazines, rifted on favorite apartments in Manhattan, & the Museum of Modern Art. A month in London, influenced by Jasper Conran's design at Liberty of London was never far from mind.
The biggest influence... interior design had been one of the many dreams that raising a family had replaced, but, including this house, going wild decorating their own homes had always been the next best thing.
The transformation, prompted by a burst water line, took time.
What began with a black pleather sectional sofa from The What Not Shop in Weeks Plaza in Tulsa and turquoise cloth side chars from Target, plus pieces, including black plastic Italian chairs and massive Canadian maple table from Fifteenth and Home on Cherry Street in Tulsa, (pictured at right) turned the house into minimal, total comfort.
(The pink, metal GIRLS RULE sculpture is a bookshelf.) Photo: NTm
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