Annual Nog Off
Tulsa District Business Association and Emerson Elementary School PTA hosted the Eighth Annual First Lady Nog Off on Thanksgiving Weekend from November 27 through November 29. All proceeds from the First Lady Nog Off will benefit Emerson Montessori Elementary Art Department.
Nog Off is a friendly contest between the Tulsa Arts District's restaurants and bars providing an unusual opportunity to sample the establishments' eggnog and glogg (spiced mulled wine) quaffs. This year, with the COVID crisis displaying no easement, the event was a three day "Pub Crawl". Patrons received a booklet of tickets.
All donations are directed to Emerson Elementary School Art Department, through the PTA, at a 100 percent rate. The event is completely underwritten by Tulsa Arts District Business Association. Tickets and sponsor packages may be purchased by using the PayPal button below, or by check. Checks should be made out to Emerson Elementary School - PTA and sent or delivered to Tulsa Arts District Business Association Nog and Glogg Off—c/o Chrysalis, 7 E Reconciliation Way, 74103 to complete your reservation. Please include a phone number and email address to receive your confirmation.
Emerson Elementary School is the only public Montessori school in the state of Oklahoma, located at 910 N. Martin Luther King, Jr. Blvd. directly north of downtown Tulsa. Teachers and administrators at Emerson provide unique learning opportunities for students to succeed in the future, offering students many real-world connections and experiences in the Arts and a focus on STEAM Projects (Science, Technology, Engineering, Arts and Math.)
Through our patrons' generosity over past years, Emerson Elementary School was able to obtain the supplies and art related experiences over the past several years. These have included gingerbread house EXPO supplies; ceramics (bisque) and clay supplies for kiln; ceramics instructor; Art Concept books for the library; Tulsa PAC Curious George trip; 10 snare drum kits for 10 gallon buckets; 20 sets of drum sticks; instructor for Drumming Corps Club; Wikki Stix art competition; instructor for Choral Club; art supplies for visiting artist workshop and trips to Crystal Bridges and The Nutcracker.
"All Tulsa Public Schools have experienced funding reductions. The various Arts programs tend to be some of the first affected. This includes both Performing and Visual Arts. In the Tulsa Arts District, we realize the daily influence The Arts have had on our successes. We believe in the power of The Arts to lift a person’s spirit and give them a meaning and drive in their life. For many of our individual business owners, the artistic opportunities provided them in their early years supplied the inspiration for a lifetime of personal and career satisfaction.” Bob Fleischman, President of the Tulsa Arts District Business.
Donation opportunities are as follows:
Presenting Level at $5,000—This package for 8 patrons includes 3 hours of limousine service to and from the event, the opportunity to present the winning trophies and acknowledgement on social media.
Eagle Level at $2,500—This package for 8 patrons includes eight Uber Services to and from the event and acknowledgement on social media
Sponsor Level at $1,000—This package includes tickets for 8 patrons and acknowledgement on social media
Patron Level at $500—This package includes tickets for 4 patrons and acknowledgement on social media
General Admission $50—Participation for one patron to the NOG AND GLOGG OFF
Past event sponsors include: Zarrow Family Foundation, Living Arts, Williams Companies, ONE Gas, Woody Guthrie Center, Tulsa Artists' Coalition, The Tulsa VOICE, Emerson Elementary PTA, Walsh Branding, Tulsa Arts District Owners' Association and Tulsa Arts District Business Association.
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