It may seem like this summer in Tulsa is going to be a relatively boring one. There are some events in Tulsa that are still listed as going forward. However, there is no telling if that event is going to continue to move forward until it does. That is why many of the things to do in Tulsa in June 2020 have moved to a different venue; your home. Virtual events may be the thing of summer 2020 all around the country. Who knows where it will be in June 2020 with regulations? But we do know that you can still have fun with some of these events.
There are still things to do in Tulsa in June 2020 that could help you make the most out of your summer in Tulsa, Oklahoma.
Seeking Sitters Virtual Summer Camp | June 1
Your kids may not be able to go to an actual summer camp this year. But that doesn’t mean we can’t bring the summer camp to them. Virtual Sitters is an Oklahoma-based company that is sending “babysitters” or camp counselors to your home. One sitter will arrive at your home, every day for one week. The sitter will have a thermometer, facemask, and gloves and will wear them at your request. You could also opt-out of having them wear those items if you wish. The counselor will then connect to a virtual summer camp where other counselors around the state will help host summer camp activities. This is a great way for parents to get a break and for kids to have summer fun in exciting new ways.
Virtual First Friday Art Crawl | June 5
One of the most popular things to do in Tulsa in June 2020 or of any year is the First Friday Art Crawl. You may not be able to bar hop and look at art the way you once were able to. However, that isn’t stopping Tulsa. The art crawl is going virtual. You can enjoy the art, sip on wine, all from the comfort of your own home. The best part is, you won’t need to worry about getting a safe ride home. You’ll be at home from the start.
Dead Center Film Festival | June 11-21
The Dead Center Film Festival is an annual event that gives independent film-makers the spotlight in Oklahoma. This event is also going virtual and expanding to ten days instead of just a few. The event still requires a pass but it is now half off! You will have a chance to watch many different short films, panels, classes, and even take part in discussions all centered around film. This would be one of the best things to do in Tulsa in June 2020 and you will not want to miss out.
Tulsa City-County Library’s Summer Reading Program | June 22-July 31
Many parents are familiar with the library’s summer reading program. This program is a great way to keep the education going for kids while they’re out of school during summer. The program is moving ahead this summer, only virtually. There will be incentive prizes, drawings, and more for all age groups from birth to adults. There will be special virtual events throughout the main event, BINGO games and so much more. This is such a great way to take advantage of technology during these times.