Indian Nations CouncilThe Greatest Show on Earth
The local tour permit (Form #4426) is used for trips of 250 miles or less. This permit should be applied for at least 2 weeks prior to the trip and filed with the Scout Service Center.
Packs should file tour permits for any pack trips. Webelos dens should file tour permits for dad and son overnight campouts. Short in town den trips for a few hours do not require a tour permit.
Tour permits provide information about insurance and vehicle requirements, and minimum age of drivers. They also list national requirements for minimum liability insurance. The signature of a pack official is required to show these requirements have been met.
Leaders should carefully read
"OUR PLEDGE OF PERFORMANCE"
on the back of the local tour permit.
Tours, Trips And Trails
Alexander Hogue Gallery - Phillips Hall, University of Tulsa, 600 South College, 631-2202. September - May, 8 a.m. - 4:30 p.m., Monday - Friday.
American Theater Company - Call 747-9494 about group rates. All shows are at the John Williams Theater of Performing Arts.
Discovery Land Theater - West 41st, Prattville. This is the 5th largest amphitheater in the nation. Open June to August for the musical "Oklahoma". Call 245-0242 for information.
Fenster Gallery of Jewish Art - 1719 South Owasso, 582-3732. Group tours by appointment. Not open on Sabbath or other Jewish holidays. Call for time available. Free admission.
Johnson Atelier - 1714 South 123rd East Avenue. Many different arts and crafts are offered. Call for information, 438-0272.
Theater Tulsa - 1511 South Delaware, Tulsa 747-4239. Contact Debbie Burroughs Monday through Friday,
9 a.m.- 5 p.m. Call a week in advance. The best time to visit is two weeks after the opening of a show so you can see the sets.
Trail of Tears Production - Tahlequah, OK. Contact Cherokee Heritage Center, P.O. Box 515, Tahlequah 74465 for details. Special group/Scout rate.
Tulsa Ballet Theater - 2210 South Main, Tulsa, 585-2575. Monday through Friday, 9 a.m. - 5 p.m. during the school year.
Creek Council Oak Tree - 18th & Cheyenne. This is the site of the council fire used as a tribal meeting area by one segment of the Creek Tribe known as the Lochaplkas or the Turtle Clan.
First Post Office Marker - 41st Street near Trenton. The first post office was opened near this site by Lewis Perryman.
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