Editor's Choice Events for Oklahoma
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Ardmore, A2A Arbuckles to Ardmore Race (3/31): The A2A Arbuckles to Ardmore Race's challenging course is famous for its hairpin turns and steep grade through the beautiful Arbuckle Mountains of southern Oklahoma.
Ardmore, Sunny Side Up Film Festival (3/23 - 3/24): Discover emerging filmmakers and screenwriters at the Sunny Side Up Film Festival in Ardmore. The first of its kind in the area, this festival embraces the spirit of independent media.
Ardmore, Taste of Ardmore (3/29): The amount of spectacular local food can only be found at Taste of Ardmore. Come to the Taste of Ardmore and enjoy as local eateries and restaurants gather to sell their specialties.
Bartlesville, BHS Make a Difference 5k (3/30): Please join Bartlesville High School's Student Council for our first annual 5K and Fun Run as part of our annual MAD (Make a Difference) Week!
Bartlesville, EC Kids Picnic in the Park! (3/31): There will be a few games for the whole family to participate in however, you are welcome to bring a frisbee, football, soccer ball or any other outdoor fun to get a game going.
Bartlesville, Pianistic Passion (3/23): Internationally acclaimed pianist Daniel Epstein comes to Bartlesville for the first time, anchoring this stirring concert with Rachmaninoff’s soaring Piano Concerto No. 2.
Bartlesville, Sacred & Secular: Musical Joy in Two Worlds (4/7): Sacred & Secular: Musical Joy in Two Worlds, directed by Dr. Jonathan Stewart, deals with issues of life and death in both sacred and secular musical.
Bartlesville, Vocal Quartet 7th AVE at BCC (4/5): 7th Ave, frequently described in the press as “a hip, young vocal quartet”, will be at the Bartlesville Community Center on Friday April 5 at 7:30pm, as part of the current series of concerts sponsore
Broken Arrow, Aspen Creek Carnival (3/29): It is time for our 2019 Aspen Creek Carnival! We are looking forward to a night of games, inflatables, food, cotton candy, popcorn, face painting, and more!
Broken Arrow, Stations of the Cross Service (3/29): This service is based on a traditional Stations of the Cross with prayer and meditations accompanying each station, followed by an organ meditation on a hymn tune.
Canadian, Light the Night Water Lantern Festival (4/6): Enjoy a fun day by the water and good food at the annual Light the Night Water Lantern Festival at Arrowhead Area at Lake Eufaula State Park.
Claremore, 2019 Walk a Mile in Her Shoes (4/6): Walk a Mile in Her Shoes® is an award winning, nationwide walk-a-thon in which participants are encouraged to literally walk one mile in women’s shoes.
Claremore, High Noon Shootout (4/6): At JM Davis Arms & Historical Museum, experience a High Noon Shootout straight out of an old Western film.
Duncan, Duncan Automotive Swap Meet (3/22 - 3/24): Duncan's annual Automotive Swap Meet, held at the Stephens County Fairgrounds, is an indoor and outdoor swap meet for avid muscle car and antique car enthusiasts.
Edmond, 23rd Song Recording (3/31): We are planning our next song recording for SEARCH on March 31st! Seating starts at 4 pm at the Edmond church building. We hope you will come and be part of our worship!!
Edmond, 7th Annual Walk to End Epilepsy (4/6): Family Fun Walk Hafer Park Pavilion #4 – Bring your family, friends, pets, strollers and enjoy the 1.5-mile paved walking trail through Hafer Park of Edmond OK
Edmond, Brenda Maier Book Signing (3/23): Please help us welcome back children's author Brenda Maier to our store! She will host a special storytime and sign copies of her book, Peeping Beauty, on Saturday, March 23 at 11:00 am.
Edmond, CentralFest (3/29): CentralFest is a charity EDM show benefitting the Children's Hospital Network through Bronchothon. Come out for a great party and support a great cause.
Edmond, Oils of Ancient Scripture (3/22): History of Anointing - Come join us as we read and discuss scripture and learn about the ancient essential oils that were used in Biblical times?? Bring your Bible and a friend
Edmond, Plein Air Art Workshop (3/30): Join artist Gaylon Thomspon for this one day workshop. Gaylon has taught painting and drawing classes at Tinker AFB for 20 years, and has been plein air painting for the last 15 years.
Edmond, Princess Tea Party (3/23): Cinderella is coming for tea! Join our fun event with your princess or prince. We will have a tea party and play time with Cinderella. Tickets are $25 a child $15 for siblings.
Edmond, Puppy Day (3/23): We can’t wait to see all of your puppies on National Puppy Day! Please note our daycare hours for Saturday are 10am-5pm.
Edmond, Tiny Tails Small Dog Rescue Meet & Greet (3/23): We are willing to take any smaller dog that is in need of help. As a not for profit organization we go to local businesses for adoption outreach along with local area pet adoption events
Enid, 2019 Scholarship Fundraiser (3/29): Join us March 29th, 2019 for our annual scholarship fundraiser. At Leonardo's our mission is to enrich and inspire children of all ages by creating fun learning opportunities.
Enid, Cimarron Council Car Show & Scout-o-rama (3/30): Cimarron Council Troops will be showing off their Scout Skills and Enid Antique Auto Club will be hosting a car show on behalf of the Scouts of the Cimarron Council.
Enid, Downtown Enid Spring First Fridays (4/5): Shopping, dining and live entertainment makes the Downtown Square your after-hours destination the first Friday of the month April-November.
Enid, Glow skate (3/29): During the Night we will have "Glow Skates", where you will need a flashlight or a glow/light up item to be on the skating floor.
Enid, PRCA Xtreme Bulls - Ultimate Challenge (3/30): Enid Ultimate Challenge Xtreme Bulls is coming to the CNB Center for one night only on Saturday, March 30th at 7pm. Tickets are $35, $25 & $20
Enid, Red Brick Road Food Truck & Art Festival (3/23): The Red Brick Road Food Truck & Art Festival comes to the downtown area of Enid this spring. Food trucks will line the street, offering festival goers some delicious options from a wide range of cuisi
Idabel, Dogwood Days Festival (4/6): Celebrate the beautiful blooms of thousands of dogwood trees in the Idabel area with a visit to the springtime Dogwood Days Festival.
Jenks, Aquarium Run (4/6): The Aquarium Run in Jenks welcomes all runners and walkers to take part in this annual event promoting physical fitness and a healthy lifestyle.
Lawton, 1st Annual Prom Dress Giveaway (3/30): This Free event is for high school girls looking for a great dress. We know finding a dress can be expensive and stressful, So let's take the stress out and add some fun.
Lawton, Sam Riggs Live at Scooters (3/30): Sam Riggs will be bringing his high energy performance back to Scooters on Saturday March 30. Scott Hand will be kicking off the party! Doors open at 7pm and show starts at 9pm.
Lawton, Tarot Workshop (3/30): I will be teaching a tarot workshop. The fee for the workshop is $25 which includes the workbook.
Lawton, Walk MS: Lawton 2019 (3/23): Walk MS brings together a community of passionate people for one powerful cause: to end MS forever.
Mcalester, Shared Blessings 5k (3/30): Come join us for the 9th Annual Shared Blessings 5K! We are excited to announce that we are a PACE run this year! We are in need of sponsors, runners, & volunteers.
Miami, NEO Expo & Craft Fair (3/30): This free event invites the public out for a spring craft fair featuring seasonal items, unique artwork, distinctive and affordable jewelry, home decor, gifts and more.
Moore, Carpenters Once More (3/22): Carpenters Once More: Come celebrate one Unforgettable Voice and one unforgettable duo, with the sounds of Carpenters Once More vocalist Diana Lynn.
Moore, Ghibli Jamboree! (3/22): Calling all forest spirits! Teens and children are invited to join us for an afternoon of Ghibli-themed crafts, snacks, and activities. Costumes are encouraged!
Moore, Spring Fling (3/23): 20% off Rain Gear, 15% off HD Luggage & Storage, Gourmet Ham Sandwhiches starting at 11:00AM
Moore, VSM Craft Show (3/30): We will have over 60 vendors with unique items from home decor, crafts & jewelry, baked goods, and more. Concessions will be open all day. Attendance is free, we hope to see you there!
Norman, 2019 Annual Ladies Retreat (4/6): As always, we will have great food, fun and fellowship with games, skits, prizes! Our guest speaker this year is Mrs. Vickie Jett from Heartland Baptist Bible College in OKC.
Norman, Kenny Wayne Shepherd Band (4/5): Get ready because the Kenny Wayne Shepherd Band is coming to the Showplace Theatre on Friday, April 5!
Norman, Medieval Fair (4/5 - 4/7): Journey to a time of kings, queens, knights in shining armor at Norman's Medieval Fair.
Norman, On Air Interview W/ As We Ascend (3/24): We will have an on air Interview with As We Ascend! So tune in on 107.1 KOUJ if you are in the Moore/Norman/Purcell, OK area! If you're not local that's fine!
Norman, Spring Fling (4/6): Spring crafts, egg coloring, snacks and THE EASTER BUNNY! Only $8 per child!
Norman, Spring Oklahoma Bridal Show by okBride (3/31): It's wedding season and Oklahoma's most trusted wedding professionals are ready to help you plan your wedding day at the Spring Oklahoma Bridal Show in Norman.
Oklahoma City, 2.5 Year Anny Party (3/30): We have a habit of not getting our anniversary party figured in a timely fashion, but who cares! Lets pack the house out again and have a good time.
Oklahoma City, 2019 Ballet Ball Tickled Pink (4/6): We are Tickled Pink with the amazing growth of Oklahoma City Ballet. Join us as we say thank you for your generosity and commitment to our company and outreach programs.
Oklahoma City, 2019 Oklahoma City Kidney Walk (3/30): Be a part of a community of 85,000 individuals at nearly 100 Kidney Walks who share a determination to end kidney disease.
Oklahoma City, 5K and 1 Mile Run (3/30): Don't forget to bring the kids for the 1 MILE FUN RUN in the Zoo plus, lots more fun besides the run AND they can enjoy the zoo for the rest of the day after the run!
Oklahoma City, American Indian Artists: 20th Century Mas (9/1 - 5/12): As Lakota artist Oscar Howe wrote in 1958, “There is much more to Indian art than pretty, stylized pictures.” This exhibition highlights this depth and the 20th century American masters who shaped it.
Oklahoma City, Ancient. Massive. Wild. - The Bison Exhibit (2/8 - 5/12): Few animals conjure the power and symbolic presence of the North American bison. The image of the bison stirs in us deep loyalties to the North American landscape.
Oklahoma City, Around the World in a Carry-on (3/30): Join us as Ashley shares tips and tricks on how to pack light for your next international adventure. Hope to see you there!
Oklahoma City, Baby Steps 5K & One Mile Fun Run (3/30): Proceeds from the event will go to support the mission of Infant Crisis Services - feeding and diapering babies and toddlers in our community.
Oklahoma City, Board Game Social with OKC Social (3/23): If you're new to board games that's fine, we're more than willing to help teach any games that you might want to play, so come prepared to have a good time!
Oklahoma City, Bronze Radio Return (4/5): Bronze Radio Return are a band hailing from Hartford, Connecticut, United States who formed in 2007. Since their debut E.P, released in 2008, they have released three studio albums and have opened for
Oklahoma City, Citizen Cope (4/6): Ask him how he knew it was time to record his first new studio album in seven years, and Clarence Greenwood, the trailblazing artist and producer better known as Citizen Cope, has a simple answer: “It
Oklahoma City, Dialectical Ethics (3/22): This workshop will explore ethics from a dialectical perspective.
Oklahoma City, Dippin Dots Day (3/29): Send $3.00 up with your student so that he/she can enjoy some yummy Dippin' Dots!
Oklahoma City, Ellisa Sun (3/29): Ellisa is a touring musician from San Francisco performing a combination of jazz, soul and pop.
Oklahoma City, Girlfriends United (3/23): Is a single parent you know drowning? Are you a single parent who is overwhelmed or starting over? We offer a hand up...not a hand out!
Oklahoma City, Girls Day Out - Spring 2019 (3/31): Join us for our spring Girls Day Out shopping day at the OKC Farmers Market building..BOTH FLOORS! Lots of great vendors with everything from handmade jewelry to boutiques!
Oklahoma City, Girls Day Out on (3/31): This event at the OKC Farmers Public Market will feature two floors of vendors selling everything from handmade jewelry to home decor.
Oklahoma City, Grand Opening! (3/30): Come out and join us as we celebrate our opening day! Sole Brothers Shine Parlor provides exquisit shoe care at unbeatable prices.
Oklahoma City, Horseplay (11/17 - 7/14): The Museum’s Dickinson Research Center is home to more than 700,000 photographs, 44,000 books, and perhaps unexpectedly, at least 1,000 horses.
Oklahoma City, Jeffrey Foucault (3/31): I live out in New England now in a little town with a river through the middle. I can’t get home without crossing good water and it fairly makes up for living east, which isn’t in my blood. We have a
Oklahoma City, Kids Fest (4/6): Held at the Cox Convention Center in Oklahoma City, this hands-on event features more than 60 booths, a petting zoo, inflatables, costumed characters and educational information.
Oklahoma City, March OKC Delivery (3/23): Get your grassfed beef, lamb, and pastured chicken delivered close to home!
Oklahoma City, MeCU Shred Event (3/30): #ritewayshredding MeCU - A Credit Union for Me and You
Oklahoma City, Momentum OKC (3/22 - 3/23): The Oklahoma Visual Arts Coalition (OVAC) will feature the best work made by young Oklahoma artists at Momentum, a multimedia, interactive art event.
Oklahoma City, Montell Jordan (3/29): Becoming Unfamous is the story of faith to fame and success to significance. Discover how R&B singer, songwriter and superstar Montell Jordan made the journey from performer to pastor in his self-penn
Oklahoma City, OKC Caffeine Crawl (3/22 - 3/23): OKC creates its own March Madness with Caffeine Crawl. This year will be the city's 7th annual event - one of the longest running Caffeine Crawls in the country.
Oklahoma City, Open Streets OKC (4/7): Celebrate active, healthy lifestylyes at Open Streets OKC. This block party event will be held on closed streets in Oklahoma City where visitors can enjoy a variety of activities, food trucks and ente
Oklahoma City, Orange Peel OKC 2019 (4/6): Join us on April 6 for Orange Peel, benefiting student scholarships for local students!
Oklahoma City, Redbud Classic (4/6 - 4/7): The annual Redbud Classic features two days of running, cycling, walking and marathon events in Oklahoma City's Nichols Hills district.
Oklahoma City, Regional Food Bank (3/30): Be prepared to serve your community on this day! A waiver is required for this event.
Oklahoma City, Ride Like An Animal Rescue Ride (3/30): Come join us for our 3rd annual "Ride Like An Animal Rescue Ride"Saturday, March 30, 2019.Registration begins at 10:00 AM
Oklahoma City, Rock n Roll Yoga: All Levels (3/23): Come work it out on your mat with Megan and some hard core rock 'n roll + power flow. Better your strength, confidence, and become chill as f#ck.
Oklahoma City, SB2 opens for The Dollyrots (3/22): We are stoked to announce we get to open for The Dollyrots at 89th St. Don't miss this ah-mazing show!!!
Oklahoma City, September Mourning (3/30): September Mourning is a dark culture, fantasy that resides in the pages of a comic book published by Top Cow/Image Comics and comes to life as a musical art project on stage. Created by Emily Lazar an
Oklahoma City, Snailmate (4/6): Snailmate was formed by Kalen Lander and Ariel Monet in early 2015 in Phoenix, AZ. To date, the band has independently released 4 EPs (on tape and CD) one 7 inch vinyl split, one tape split and one fu
Oklahoma City, Spring Bazaar (3/30): Come shop over 25 vendors at our indoor/outdoor Spring Bazaar. Admission is free! We’ll have door prizes, and we’ll have an area for activities for kids.
Oklahoma City, Spring Brunch & Silent Auction (3/30): We are having a fundraiser brunch with a silent auction to raise funds for our big community Easter Egg Hunt. Tickets are $10 in advanced. There will be food, drinks, and a raffle.
Oklahoma City, Storytime Science (3/23): During Storytime Science on March 23, we will read "The Pout-Pout Fish" by Deborah Diesen. After the story, we'll get to see a fish feeding at the Oceanarium.
Oklahoma City, Super Powers & Princesses Day (3/30): Join us at the Orr Family Farm for a special day of princesses and super heroes! Event attendees are encouraged to participate by wearing their favorite super hero or princess costume.
Oklahoma City, The OKC Home + Outdoor Living Show (3/22 - 3/24): Discover the latest in home decor, design, landscaping, and more at The OKC Home + Outdoor Living Show, March 22-24, at the Oklahoma State Fair Park.
Oklahoma City, The Story of a Tree (3/23): Celebrate the start of Oklahoma Arbor Week by exploring the story of a tree and then telling your own story.
Oklahoma City, Turkish Festival (4/6): Grab the family and head to the fun and fascinating annual Turkish Festival held at the Raindrop Turkish House in Oklahoma City.
Oklahoma City, Under the Big Top (4/5): The event is circus themed, offering attendees games of chance, live entertainment and a powerful program providing attendees an inside look of the challenges a person faces after a loss.
Oklahoma City, UNM Oklahoma State Pageant (3/30): Come join an amazing experience, and enjoy #positivepageantry at our very first State of Oklahoma USA National Miss State Competition!
Oklahoma City, VDC Skate Night (3/30): Join your VDC friends for our first ever Skate Night! This is a great time see dance friends outside of the classroom! All ages welcome!
Oklahoma City, Vintage Market Days (3/29 - 3/31): Vintage Market Days is an upscale open-air market scheduled to pop up in various parts of the state four to five times a year.
Oklahoma City, Wildermiss (4/5): Beloved by fans and critics in its hometown, Denver-based Wildermiss has established themselves as one of the most exciting acts to emerge from the Mile High City. The promising quartet built up a str
Oklahoma City, William Clark Green (4/6): With two critically esteemed album releases already under his belt, William Clark Green is back and this time it is getting personal. Give Green a pen and paper and he is a lyrical force to be reckone
Owasso, Free Community Class! (4/5): Join us for a free one hour hot class led by this sweet gal! Sara McRae would love your support as she will be earning her RYT 200 certification soon.
Ponca City, Baby Boot Camp (4/6): Living Hope Pregnancy Center is hosting a Baby Boot Camp parenting class is open to the community and is being offered at no cost to due to a local grant that has been received.
Ponca City, Bison Bison Film Festival (4/5 - 4/6): Experience a diverse array of student films during the Bison Bison Film Festival. This Ponca City event also offers free workshops on filmmaking resources for the general public.
Seminole, Made in Oklahoma Festival & Car Show (4/6): The Made in Oklahoma Festival in Seminole is a great opportunity to browse food, wine, crafts and a number of other products that are Oklahoma grown and Oklahoma made.
Stillwater, Lake McMurtrys Spring Celebration (3/30): Lake McMurtry welcomes everyone for an afternoon of fun, games, food and more during the annual Spring Celebration. This family-friendly festival offers activities for both kids and adults.
Stillwater, Paint for Pride Fundraiser (3/24): A paint master artist will provide step by step instructions for creating your own masterpiece. Wine will be available for purchase during the painting party!
Stillwater, Stillwater Trash-Off (3/30): Sign up to help pick up litter around town at this year’s City of Stillwater Trash-Off event Saturday, March 30 from 9 a.m.to noon.
Stillwater, Wine Forum of Oklahoma (4/5 - 4/6): Held every other year, the Wine Forum of Oklahoma is a fun, interactive and unique way to explore everything there is to know about wine.
Tahlequah, Habitat for Humanity Spring Gala (4/5): Tahlequah Area Habitat for Humanity is proud to host our 1st Annual Spring Gala! Join us in making a change in our community!
Tulsa, 3rd Pride Bingo of 2019 (3/23): Tulsa PRIDE BINGO is the best bingo EVER and it always sells out! So reserve your spot now!
Tulsa, An Affair of the Heart (3/29 - 3/31): An Affair of the Heart, one of the largest arts and craft shows in the United States, is known for its quality and variety of merchandise.
Tulsa, BBQ with FHH (4/6): Come have fun in your cowboy chic attire at the 4th Annual BBQ with FHH at the Campbell Hotel! Auction, dancing, and yummy food!!
Tulsa, Biology and Identification of Lichens (3/23): Lichens are present in every ecosystem from wet rain forests to dry deserts. They are food and habitats for various organisms and perform essential services like regulating forest humidity.
Tulsa, Björk in The Juniper Tree (1990) (3/23): Join us on Saturday, March 23rd, Circle Cinema, for "The Juniper Tree" (1990) starring Björk in her debut performance at 9:30pm, with a 4k restoration. Tickets are On Sale Now!
Tulsa, Clover Climb 2019 (3/22): Join us for our 1st Clover Climb! Pricing is $20 (online) or $25 (at the door). Tickets include 50 ft rock wall, 2 ropes courses, and several zip lines all in the comfort of our indoor facility.
Tulsa, Collector Con (3/23): We are back! If you are looking for comics, games, toys, cosplay and tons of fun, look no further than Collector Con! We are back for our March show! One day only!
Tulsa, Dead Metal Society (3/29): DMS is the Midwest's Premiere 80's Hair Metal Tribute Band!
Tulsa, Elevate The Game Football Camp (3/23): Elevate your game with Coach Peter Edwards and the rest of the ETG Football staff in a jam packed day full of intense football training and fun.
Tulsa, Green Country Spring Fling (3/29 - 3/31): This show, recognized by the U.S. Equestrian Federation and the Arabian Horse Association, will put on display the most beautiful and skilled Arabian horses in the region.
Tulsa, Kore Rozzik (3/30): Kore Rozzik is a New York City band driven by The Charisma and Attitude of its Namesake Front Man. Playing the NY metro area for the last several years Kore Rozzik has managed to successfully make the
Tulsa, Ladies Single Board Qualifier (3/23): This is a single board qualifier for just the ladies. winner will get entry into the 2019 Fall Regionals
Tulsa, Memory, Memorials, and Community (3/29 - 3/30): The Oklahoma Center for the Humanities will explore the often energizing, solemn, and often contentious roles that memorials play in the civic and social life of our city.
The event will feature ex
Tulsa, Nacho Grannys Bingo (3/30): Join the Thoreau PTSA for an adults only night of Bingo, Beverages, and FUN!
Tulsa, Needtobreathe in Concert (3/30): Christian rock group Needtobreathe will perform their biggest hits as they embark on their Acoustic Live Tour. Hear your favorite tracks as this band takes the Brady Theater stage in Tulsa.
Tulsa, New Era Pint Night (3/22): Elote is pairing with New Era Fine Fermentations for our very first Gluten Free Pint Night! Purchase a pint of gluten free Apollo Blonde and receive a free Elote/NEFF signature pint glass!
Tulsa, Orange Peel Tulsa (3/29): The Tulsa OSU Alumni Chapter presents Pat Green with Allie Colleen at Historic Cain's Ballroom for the Orange Peel Tulsa event.
Tulsa, Our Last Night (3/30): Our Last Night is a post-hardcore band from Hollis, New Hampshire, US that formed in 2004. Their music consists of the melodic sounds of the emo genre and the intense, forceful sound of hardcore music
Tulsa, Panda Express Fundraiser (3/31): Dine in, Take Out, Order Online, or Drive Through at Panda Express on Sunday, March 31 and our Summer Missionaries will receive 20% of your meal ticket price.
Tulsa, PhaseOne 3.22.19 / Subsonix (Tulsa) (3/22): Graeme Duffy, better known by the stage name PhaseOne, is a versatile electronic music producer and DJ from Sydney, Australia.
Tulsa, Premier Pinto Classic (3/23 - 3/24): Come to the Premier Pinto Classic at Tulsa Expo Square to witness riders compete with their horses, ponies and miniatures.
Tulsa, Puddles Pity Party (3/24): A 7-foot clown walks into a bar. He motions for a soda water and sits there staring at his drink. The year was 1998 and Puddles had wandered into the Star Community Bar in Atlanta, GA where bartender
Tulsa, Pulitzer Prize Photographs (3/29 - 7/14): Pulitzer Prize Photographs, from the Newseum in Washington D.C., brings history to life with the most comprehensive collection of Pulitzer Prize-winning photographs ever assembled.
Tulsa, Rock The House 2019 (4/6): Rock the House debuted in 2018 as Tulsa Habitat for Humanity's signature fundraising event, immediately becoming one of the hottest tickets in town - in short, it was awesome.
Tulsa, Sean McConnell (3/30): Growing up in the coffee houses of the Boston folk scene, Sean watched his parents playing songs written by Joni Mitchell, Bruce Springsteen, Bob Dylan, David Wilcox, Shawn Colvin, Harry Chapin, CSNY,
Tulsa, Spring Break Camp (3/22): This is a Spring Break gathering of youth to socialize with one another in a safe, fun and positive atmosphere at the place where "education" and "recreation" meet...."EduRec."
Tulsa, SpringFest (4/5 - 4/6): A wide selection of plants and flowers will be available for purchase at SpringFest Garden Market & Festival, as well as gardening tools and outdoor art.
Tulsa, Super Sunday 2019 (3/24): Join us for a Super Sunday like no other! Donating just 2 hours of your time to make calls can make a world of difference in your community and around the globe.
Tulsa, TASF Spring Fundraiser (3/29): Join us for our 3rd annual Tulsa Athletic Soccer Foundation Goals For Kids Spring Fundraiser on March 29th!
Tulsa, The Color Run (4/6): Spend the day racing in Tulsa's exciting version of the national Color Run. Don your most attention-grabbing tutu and your most comfortable running shoes as you race to the 5K finish line with your fr
Tulsa, Tulsa Ballet presents: Tchaikovsky (3/29 - 3/31): Watch the world premiere of "Tchaikovsky" unfold on the Tulsa Performing Arts Center stage as dancers demonstrate this legendary composer's complicated personal life.
Tulsa, Tulsa Night Live (3/23): Are you a fan of Saturday Night Live? Like sketch comedy? Then check out this show, featuring some of Tulsa's best imrpovisers writing sketches on the fly!
Tulsa, Walk MS: Tulsa 2019 (4/6): Walk MS brings together a community of passionate people for one powerful cause: to end MS forever.
Tulsa, Wanenmachers Tulsa Arms Show (4/6 - 4/7): This show features more than 4,200 exhibits including fine antique and modern firearms, knives, swords and accessories on display and for sale.
Tulsa, Woodlake Men (3/31): Rib-Eye Dinner, Games and Worship only $15.00 per person. Special Guest Blaine Bartel.
Tulsa, Zoo Insider: Penguins (3/30): Zoo Insider is a program that aims to give teens an inside look at what it’s like to work in a zoo while being fun and interactive.
Wilburton, Jeep Invasion at the Park (4/6): All Jeep owners and enthusiasts are invited to attend the Jeep Invasion in the Park event held at Robbers Cave State Park in Wilburton.
Woodward, Farm Expo (3/29 - 3/31): The K-101 Farm Expo in Woodward is one of the largest Tri-state agriculture, farm and ranch trade shows, featuring over 180 commercial exhibitors as well as arts and crafts and food vendors.
Woodward, Woodward Expo and Farm Expo (3/29 - 3/31): This agriculture, farm and ranch trade show will feature commercial exhibitors as well as arts and crafts and food vendors.
Yukon, HeART of Yukon Craft Show (4/6): The HeART of Yukon Craft Show is an opportunity to take in some local art and interact with area artisans.
Yukon, Walk MS: Oklahoma City 2019 (3/30): Walk MS brings together a community of passionate people for one powerful cause: to end MS forever.
Yukon, Yukon Senior Games (4/5 - 4/13): It's never too late to become an athlete. Individuals 50 years of age or over looking for a fun challenge will thoroughly enjoy the Yukon Senior Games this year.