Tulsa Parks operates seven community
centers and three specialty centers located in parks
throughout Tulsa. Each center offers a variety of
classes, activities, and events.
The three specialty centers concentrate
programs in a specific area. The centers include Henthorne
Performing Arts Center, Oxley and Redbud Valley Nature
Centers, and WaterWorks Art Center.
Centers such as Lacy and Hicks
offer fitness facilities equipped with weight machines, free
weights, rowing machines, treadmills, stationary bicycles and other
exercise equipment. Some centers have full-court gymnasiums, dance
studios and gymnastics equipment.
Weight Room Info
Several centers host summer day camps and camps during Tulsa Public
Schools' Spring Break. Each community center provides year-round
programming designed to meet the needs of the community including
games, fitness, arts and crafts, self-improvement, and social
Community Center Events
Community centers also hold special events throughout the
year that are fun and usually free or low-cost. The
following is a list of centers and events that are
Whiteside will be hosting an egg hunt for your four-legged friends on April
Central will be hosting a seminar on trees on April 22 and a seminar on money on April 29.
Lacy will be hosting an egg hunt on April 17.
Hicks will be hosting an egg hunt on April 16.