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- Live Music, Local Authors
- Professional Sports, Community Running Events, Cycling Events, Soccer, Rodeos
- Living Cheaply, Discounts and Freebies, Shopping
- Social Services, Food Pantries
- Tax Help, Free Legal Services
- Support Groups
- Senior Citizens
- Parks, Dog Parks, Swimming Pools, Splash Pads
- Gardening, Local Flora, Local Fauna, Community Gardens
- BOK Events, Convention Center, Expo Center
- Outdoor Seating
- Running Trails
Vision 2025 Sales Tax Rebate, Garbage Service, Property Taxes
- Local History, Historic Places, Haunted Tulsa, Beryl Ford Collection
- Weather, Environment, Geography, Maps
- Landmarks, Architecture, Neighborhoods, Tunnels
- Organizations & Services, City & County Government, Tulsa Facts
- Getting Around in Tulsa, Bicycling in Tulsa
- Tulsa Police Department, Tulsa Fire Department, Crime
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In 2002, the Tulsa Zoo opened the African Black-footed Penguin habitat. As a fundraiser for the habitat and to celebrate their 75th anniversary, the Zoo had a fundraiser where they sold 6-foot tall penguin statues to local businesses and groups. The buyers named and decorated the penguin, and displayed it somewhere on their property. A number of the penguins are still on display around Tulsa.
See Penguins for more...