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Dr. Seuss The Cat In The Hat
(Thursday, October 2nd, 2014)

The story begins as a girl named Sally and her unnamed brother sit alone in their house on a cold, rainy day, staring wistfully out the window. Then they hear a loud "Bump", which is quickly followed by the arrival of the Cat in the Hat, a tall cat in a red- and white-striped hat, and red bow tie. The Cat motivates and proposes to entertain the children with some tricks that he knows. The children's pet fish refuses, persuading the Cat to leave. The Cat responds by balancing the fish on the tip of his umbrella. The game quickly becomes more complicated, as the Cat balances himself on a ball and tries to balance more and more household items on his limbs until he falls on his head, dropping everything he was holding. The fish admonishes him again, but again the Cat in the Hat just proposes another game.

He brings in a big red box from outside, from which he releases two identical creatures with blue hair and red suits called Thing One and Thing Two. The Things cause more trouble, such as flying kites in the house, knocking pictures off the wall and picking up the children's mother's new polka-dotted gown. All this comes to an end when the fish spots the children's mother out the window. In response, Sally's brother catches the Things in a net, and the Cat, apparently ashamed, stores them back in the big red box. He takes it out the front door as the fish and the children survey the mess he has made. But the Cat soon returns, riding a machine that picks everything up and cleans the house, delighting the fish and the children. The Cat leaves just before their mother arrives, and the fish and the children are back where they started at the beginning of the story. As she steps in, the mother asks the children what they did while she was out, but the children are hesitant and do not answer. The story ends with the question, "What would you do if your mother asked you?"

Price: $4-$8

Location: South

Starts at: 8:00 pm

Ends at: 8:45 pm

Address: 10300 E. 81st, Street S

Address (cont.): Tulsa Community College Southeast Campus

City: Tulsa

ZIP: 74133-4513

Organization: Tulsa Community College Theatre

Web site: www.tulsacc.edu

Contact: Mark Frank

Phone: 918-595-7732

Email: mark.frank@tulsacc.edu


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Psycho Path Haunted Attraction
(Friday, October 3rd, 2014)

Check our website for more information on dates and times.

The woods are shrouded by a blanket of fog. All you can see is the narrow path taking you deeper and deeper into the darkness… where creatures wait behind every twist and turn. Your blood suddenly runs cold – you’ve just realized there’s no turning back. You have no choice but to continue. Can you survive the night? I’m afraid the Psycho Path may be your only way home

Dark Ride
The Dark Ride begins with a journey through the haunted forest on a dark and mysterious path where you will board your Scareage that will take you on a thrilling haunted adventure that will leave you with a chilling experience as you encounter the ghostly creatures that roam the woods.



The Dark Ride is our signature scareage ride through our nearly mile long trail.

THIS IS NOT A HAYRIDE!


Shadow Box
The Shadow Box is our 4,160 sq. ft. walk through haunted house and trail.

Shadow Box Story
Flashback to the 1920s

Luthor is an 8 year old boy. His parents just died in a horrible auto accident. Luthor has no other family, except one introvert uncle. Luthor’s uncle owns the only funeral home in a small town. Luthor’s guardian is now his uncle and he goes to live with him. Luthor’s uncle is not too fond of having to raise him, he’s a busy man with no friends or family. No one wants to be friends with the guy who owns the only funeral home in town. So, as the uncle performs his work, he makes Luthor sit where he can be watched which also means he watches his uncle prepare bodies for the grave. Unfortunately, the first people Luthor sees his uncle work on are his parents. This dreadful experience plants a seed in Luthor, and he begins to think.

As the years go by, Luthor’s uncle starts making him work on corpses in order to earn his keep. Eventually Luthor inhereits his uncle’s trade.

Flash to the 1950s

Thirty years have gone by, Luthor’s uncle is dead now, but the funeral home hasn’t changed much. It’s decor is stuck somewhere between the Victorian era and the 1950s and so is Luthor’s mind. The people of the town start to wonder. What is Luthor doing to those bodies.

Now that Luthor has the run of the place, he decides to start his own experiements, to create the family he never had…

Price: $15-$30 Check our website for further details regarding prices.

Location: Outlying areas

Starts at: 6:30 pm

Ends at: 11:00 pm

Address: 1517 E 106th St. N.

City: Sperry

ZIP: 74073

Organization: Psycho Path Haunted Attraction

Web site: www.psychopathhaunt.com

Phone: 918-288-7685

Email: info@psychopathhaunt.com


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Dr. Seuss The Cat In The Hat
(Friday, October 3rd, 2014)

The story begins as a girl named Sally and her unnamed brother sit alone in their house on a cold, rainy day, staring wistfully out the window. Then they hear a loud "Bump", which is quickly followed by the arrival of the Cat in the Hat, a tall cat in a red- and white-striped hat, and red bow tie. The Cat motivates and proposes to entertain the children with some tricks that he knows. The children's pet fish refuses, persuading the Cat to leave. The Cat responds by balancing the fish on the tip of his umbrella. The game quickly becomes more complicated, as the Cat balances himself on a ball and tries to balance more and more household items on his limbs until he falls on his head, dropping everything he was holding. The fish admonishes him again, but again the Cat in the Hat just proposes another game.

He brings in a big red box from outside, from which he releases two identical creatures with blue hair and red suits called Thing One and Thing Two. The Things cause more trouble, such as flying kites in the house, knocking pictures off the wall and picking up the children's mother's new polka-dotted gown. All this comes to an end when the fish spots the children's mother out the window. In response, Sally's brother catches the Things in a net, and the Cat, apparently ashamed, stores them back in the big red box. He takes it out the front door as the fish and the children survey the mess he has made. But the Cat soon returns, riding a machine that picks everything up and cleans the house, delighting the fish and the children. The Cat leaves just before their mother arrives, and the fish and the children are back where they started at the beginning of the story. As she steps in, the mother asks the children what they did while she was out, but the children are hesitant and do not answer. The story ends with the question, "What would you do if your mother asked you?"

Price: $4-$8

Location: South

Starts at: 8:00 pm

Ends at: 8:45 pm

Address: 10300 E. 81st, Street S

Address (cont.): Tulsa Community College Southeast Campus

City: Tulsa

ZIP: 74133-4513

Organization: Tulsa Community College Theatre

Web site: www.tulsacc.edu

Contact: Mark Frank

Phone: 918-595-7732

Email: mark.frank@tulsacc.edu


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Dr. Seuss The Cat In The Hat
(Saturday, October 4th, 2014)

The story begins as a girl named Sally and her unnamed brother sit alone in their house on a cold, rainy day, staring wistfully out the window. Then they hear a loud "Bump", which is quickly followed by the arrival of the Cat in the Hat, a tall cat in a red- and white-striped hat, and red bow tie. The Cat motivates and proposes to entertain the children with some tricks that he knows. The children's pet fish refuses, persuading the Cat to leave. The Cat responds by balancing the fish on the tip of his umbrella. The game quickly becomes more complicated, as the Cat balances himself on a ball and tries to balance more and more household items on his limbs until he falls on his head, dropping everything he was holding. The fish admonishes him again, but again the Cat in the Hat just proposes another game.

He brings in a big red box from outside, from which he releases two identical creatures with blue hair and red suits called Thing One and Thing Two. The Things cause more trouble, such as flying kites in the house, knocking pictures off the wall and picking up the children's mother's new polka-dotted gown. All this comes to an end when the fish spots the children's mother out the window. In response, Sally's brother catches the Things in a net, and the Cat, apparently ashamed, stores them back in the big red box. He takes it out the front door as the fish and the children survey the mess he has made. But the Cat soon returns, riding a machine that picks everything up and cleans the house, delighting the fish and the children. The Cat leaves just before their mother arrives, and the fish and the children are back where they started at the beginning of the story. As she steps in, the mother asks the children what they did while she was out, but the children are hesitant and do not answer. The story ends with the question, "What would you do if your mother asked you?"

Price: $4-$8

Location: South

Starts at: 8:00 pm

Ends at: 8:45 pm

Address: 10300 E. 81st, Street S

Address (cont.): Tulsa Community College Southeast Campus

City: Tulsa

ZIP: 74133-4513

Organization: Tulsa Community College Theatre

Web site: www.tulsacc.edu

Contact: Mark Frank

Phone: 918-595-7732

Email: mark.frank@tulsacc.edu


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Dr. Seuss The Cat In The Hat
(Sunday, October 5th, 2014)

The story begins as a girl named Sally and her unnamed brother sit alone in their house on a cold, rainy day, staring wistfully out the window. Then they hear a loud "Bump", which is quickly followed by the arrival of the Cat in the Hat, a tall cat in a red- and white-striped hat, and red bow tie. The Cat motivates and proposes to entertain the children with some tricks that he knows. The children's pet fish refuses, persuading the Cat to leave. The Cat responds by balancing the fish on the tip of his umbrella. The game quickly becomes more complicated, as the Cat balances himself on a ball and tries to balance more and more household items on his limbs until he falls on his head, dropping everything he was holding. The fish admonishes him again, but again the Cat in the Hat just proposes another game.

He brings in a big red box from outside, from which he releases two identical creatures with blue hair and red suits called Thing One and Thing Two. The Things cause more trouble, such as flying kites in the house, knocking pictures off the wall and picking up the children's mother's new polka-dotted gown. All this comes to an end when the fish spots the children's mother out the window. In response, Sally's brother catches the Things in a net, and the Cat, apparently ashamed, stores them back in the big red box. He takes it out the front door as the fish and the children survey the mess he has made. But the Cat soon returns, riding a machine that picks everything up and cleans the house, delighting the fish and the children. The Cat leaves just before their mother arrives, and the fish and the children are back where they started at the beginning of the story. As she steps in, the mother asks the children what they did while she was out, but the children are hesitant and do not answer. The story ends with the question, "What would you do if your mother asked you?"

Price: $4-$8

Location: South

Starts at: 8:00 pm

Ends at: 8:45 pm

Address: 10300 E. 81st, Street S

Address (cont.): Tulsa Community College Southeast Campus

City: Tulsa

ZIP: 74133-4513

Organization: Tulsa Community College Theatre

Web site: www.tulsacc.edu

Contact: Mark Frank

Phone: 918-595-7732

Email: mark.frank@tulsacc.edu


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Fall Home Expo
(Friday, October 17th, 2014)

Show Hours:

Friday, 10/17/2014: 12pm - 8pm
Saturday, 10/18/2014: 10am - 8pm
Sunday, 10/19/2014: 11am - 5pm

Info on the Show:

October is the perfect time for a fall home & garden show in Tulsa. The weather is finally beginning to cool. The trees are on the verge of exploding in vibrant reds and oranges and the holidays are just around the corner.

Make sure your home and family are ready for the change of seasons, holiday entertaining and gift giving. You might even want to start planning those spring projects early and get a jump on things.

Fall Home Expo brings you all of this and more over a busy 3-day weekend. The show opens at noon on Friday and closes at 5pm Sunday evening.

Come downtown to the beautiful Cox Business Center and see hundreds of home products and service providers displaying an array of solutions to your needs. PLUS get great Christmas gift ideas and enjoy a weekend packed with new ideas for your home and family.

Tickets to Fall Home Expo are $8 for adults and FREE for children 12 and younger accompanying a paid adult.

$1 from every paid admission goes to the Community Food Bank of Eastern Oklahoma's Food for Kids program through our partnership with NewsOn6.

Visit our website at www.fallhomeexpo.com for more information about the show, the prize pool drawing that we'll be running all weekend, the hundred-plus show exhibitors, and a coupon for $2 off admission!

Plan now to spend the weekend in beautiful downtown Tulsa. Come to Fall Home Expo, stay for a meal or two and take in some of the new arts and entertainment venues. There's even an Oklahoma Thunder game across the street Sunday evening after we run you off!

Price: See description for prices

Location: Downtown

Address: 100 Civic Center

City: Tulsa

ZIP: 74101

Organization: Fall Home Expo

Web site: http://www.fallhomeexpo.com

Contact: Frank Sawyer

Phone: 918-742-4298

Email: frank@fallhomeexpo.com


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Fall Home Expo
(Saturday, October 18th, 2014)

Show Hours:

Friday, 10/17/2014: 12pm - 8pm
Saturday, 10/18/2014: 10am - 8pm
Sunday, 10/19/2014: 11am - 5pm

Info on the Show:

October is the perfect time for a fall home & garden show in Tulsa. The weather is finally beginning to cool. The trees are on the verge of exploding in vibrant reds and oranges and the holidays are just around the corner.

Make sure your home and family are ready for the change of seasons, holiday entertaining and gift giving. You might even want to start planning those spring projects early and get a jump on things.

Fall Home Expo brings you all of this and more over a busy 3-day weekend. The show opens at noon on Friday and closes at 5pm Sunday evening.

Come downtown to the beautiful Cox Business Center and see hundreds of home products and service providers displaying an array of solutions to your needs. PLUS get great Christmas gift ideas and enjoy a weekend packed with new ideas for your home and family.

Tickets to Fall Home Expo are $8 for adults and FREE for children 12 and younger accompanying a paid adult.

$1 from every paid admission goes to the Community Food Bank of Eastern Oklahoma's Food for Kids program through our partnership with NewsOn6.

Visit our website at www.fallhomeexpo.com for more information about the show, the prize pool drawing that we'll be running all weekend, the hundred-plus show exhibitors, and a coupon for $2 off admission!

Plan now to spend the weekend in beautiful downtown Tulsa. Come to Fall Home Expo, stay for a meal or two and take in some of the new arts and entertainment venues. There's even an Oklahoma Thunder game across the street Sunday evening after we run you off!

Price: See description for prices

Location: Downtown

Address: 100 Civic Center

City: Tulsa

ZIP: 74101

Organization: Fall Home Expo

Web site: http://www.fallhomeexpo.com

Contact: Frank Sawyer

Phone: 918-742-4298

Email: frank@fallhomeexpo.com


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Fall Home Expo
(Sunday, October 19th, 2014)

Show Hours:

Friday, 10/17/2014: 12pm - 8pm
Saturday, 10/18/2014: 10am - 8pm
Sunday, 10/19/2014: 11am - 5pm

Info on the Show:

October is the perfect time for a fall home & garden show in Tulsa. The weather is finally beginning to cool. The trees are on the verge of exploding in vibrant reds and oranges and the holidays are just around the corner.

Make sure your home and family are ready for the change of seasons, holiday entertaining and gift giving. You might even want to start planning those spring projects early and get a jump on things.

Fall Home Expo brings you all of this and more over a busy 3-day weekend. The show opens at noon on Friday and closes at 5pm Sunday evening.

Come downtown to the beautiful Cox Business Center and see hundreds of home products and service providers displaying an array of solutions to your needs. PLUS get great Christmas gift ideas and enjoy a weekend packed with new ideas for your home and family.

Tickets to Fall Home Expo are $8 for adults and FREE for children 12 and younger accompanying a paid adult.

$1 from every paid admission goes to the Community Food Bank of Eastern Oklahoma's Food for Kids program through our partnership with NewsOn6.

Visit our website at www.fallhomeexpo.com for more information about the show, the prize pool drawing that we'll be running all weekend, the hundred-plus show exhibitors, and a coupon for $2 off admission!

Plan now to spend the weekend in beautiful downtown Tulsa. Come to Fall Home Expo, stay for a meal or two and take in some of the new arts and entertainment venues. There's even an Oklahoma Thunder game across the street Sunday evening after we run you off!

Price: See description for prices

Location: Downtown

Address: 100 Civic Center

City: Tulsa

ZIP: 74101

Organization: Fall Home Expo

Web site: http://www.fallhomeexpo.com

Contact: Frank Sawyer

Phone: 918-742-4298

Email: frank@fallhomeexpo.com


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