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Storm-Related Closings Across Tulsa

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Power outages have left thousands in the dark across Tulsa County Wednesday morning, forcing dozens of school, daycare and business closings.

- The University of Tulsa has canceled classes for Wednesday due to sporadic power outages on campus. However, TU offices will remain open.

- Meals on Wheels has canceled delivery service Wednesday, as volunteers are unable to prepare meals due to outages.

- Both the Crosstown Learning Center at 2501 E. Archer and the Hope Learning Center at 8304 S. 107th E. Ave. are closed for the day.

- Jenks Public Schools has canceled summer camps at their Southeast Elementary and East Intermediate campuses. Other campuses with electricity will resume activities as normal.

- Union Public Schools announced that the extended day summer camp at Jefferson Elementary has been canceled Wednesday.

- Philbrook Museum's main campus and downtown campus are both closed. 

- Day camps at Tulsa's Reed Park and Whiteside Park. Parents should call the recreation center before sending their kids. The number at Reed Park is (918) 591-4307.  The number at Whiteside is (918) 746-5040.

- Victory Kids Care on 7700 S. Lewis and Victory Mother's Day Out are canceled.

- The Tulsa Zoo plans a delayed opening, expected at 12 p.m., and has canceled summer camp.

- Family & Children's Services, two locations: Sarah and John Graves Center, 2325 S. Harvard Avenue, and Osage Hills office, 3604 Martin Luther King Blvd. Power restored, reopening at 2 p.m.

Stay with KTUL.com for the latest closings and developments.

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