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Pre Event Activity June 10, 11
First Day June 12
2nd Day June 13
3rd Day June 14
4th Day June 15
Departure Day June 16

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First Day – June 12, 2006 – DISCOVERYLAND! And OKLAHOMA! Kick-off Heartland Thunder

Arrival:
After greeting old friends, meeting a few new ones, checking into the Embassy Suites and receiving your goodie bag many of you will want to make sure your car is looking it's best after a fun morning of caravaning to Tulsa. At your disposal will be a specially designated bird bath area ready and at your disposal. Hoses, buckets and car wash soap will be made available for use by all that need them. The only thing you will need to bring is a towel and a little elbow grease. Get that baby looking good because we'll be heading right out for the first of many fun outings we have planned for HEARTLAND THUNDER

Evening:
DISCOVERYLAND! 
is one of America's premier family theater attractions and has been named a national treasure by InStyle Magazine. The highlight of the evening is the presentation of its award-winning production of Rodgers and Hammerstein's OKLAHOMA! A national cast of 50 professional singers and dancers perform this musical masterpiece which created such a sensation on Broadway and in the movie starring Gordon MacRae and Shirley Jones! 

However, OKLAHOMA! is even larger, lovelier and livelier when performed in its home state in the Great Outdoors!...complete with horses, wagons, and of course, the surrey with the fringe on top! But the evening has far more to offer beginning with an Oklahoma Cattlemen's Association Ranch Dinner prepared in DISCOVERYLAND!'s own ranch kitchen...featuring a sumptuous ribeye steak sandwich, potato salad, corn on the cob and cowboy baked beans. Served with cold sliced tomatoes, onions, peppers and iced tea. 

Native American dancers, performing in traditional clothing, will captivate your imagination as they dance in a recreated Plains Indian Village following dinner. You can even have your photograph taken with them to prove to your friends that you really did go to the Wild, Wild West. 

As an added bonus there will be a Western Musical Revue starring the Territory Singers and Dancers in a tribute to the Great American Cowboy...plus high-kicking Can-Can dancers will warm us up before the presentation of OKLAHOMA! For pictures and more on this great production you can go to www.discoverylandusa.com

Members of TBN & TBT attending this wonderful evening will be treated to great seats in a 5000 seat amphitheater, get to enjoy all of the mentioned entertainment and receive a cold drink, popcorn and ice cream during the performance along with other souvenirs for the price of only $30 per guest. You can’t even buy the ribeye for that in many parts of the world! 

Here is great trivia question for you.......Where did the amphitheater seats we'll be sitting in come from before being installed at DISCOVERYLAND! this past year? Any guesses?

Of course after we return from DISCOVERYLAND! the night owls of the group will want to gather in the hotel lounge to review the today's activities, discuss tomorrow's trip to Hallet Motor Racing Circuit and get in a nightcap after a long day.

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