Shhh… it’s time for the 2017 Speakeasy Auction!

Go back in time to when Holland Hall was founded in 1922. Join us at our speakeasy joint as we celebrate everything that makes Holland Hall the bee’s knees!

Individual tickets are $125. Patron levels are available – become a Patron and enjoy a special happy hour and other perks!

April 7, 2017
7:00 – 11:30 pm


In store for the evening…

Complimentary wine and beer along with a full cash bar and signature drinks available for purchase. Passed hors d’oeuvres and fabulous food stations provided by Chef Marc of The Silo.

7:00 to 8:30 — Silent auction and sign up parties

8:30 — Live auction

9:30 to 11:30 — Live band and dancing to sounds of The Wavetones

What should I wear? »

Come as you are, come as you’d like to be, embrace the fashions of the 20s, or stick to 2017!

Where do I go? »

Follow your GPS to The Silo Event Center at 4501 W 41st Street, Tulsa, OK 74107.

Patrons: Enter through the “Office” entrance on the south end.

Ticket-holders: Enter through the “Silo & Grange Entrance” on the north end.


The password is: 1922. Patrons will receive a special password. Don’t forget your password – no password, no party!


For more information, please contact Christy Zahn at (918) 879-4738 or

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1920’s Slang Dictionary

Bean-picker: One who tries to stir up trouble.
Bee’s Knees: Anything that’s good.
Dewdropper: A lazy person who does not work and sleeps all day.
Fuzz / Coppers / Bulls: Police.
Gatsby: A mysterious millionaire who holds glamorous, extravagant parties in a lavish mansion.
Glad Rags: Fancy clothes.
Killjoy: Person who deliberately spoils the enjoyment of others through resentful or overly sober behavior.
Know Your Onions: To know what’s going on.
Livewires: Lively people.
Low Lid: The opposite of highbrow.
Snitch: An informer, or to inform.
Sockdollager: An event or action of great importance.
Speakeasy: An illicit bar selling bootleg liquor. Speak quietly about such a place in public, or when inside it, so as not to alert the police or neighbors.
Speak Easy: To speak in a low tone; to keep quiet; to act in a secretive way.