5:30-7:30 p.m. Live Jazz in the Vista Room from 5:30 p.m. to 7:30 p.m., with museum galleries remaining open until 8:00 p.m. Free for Gilcrease Museum members; free with museum admission for non-members. A buffet dinner is available from The Restaurant at Gilcrease for an additional $8.00/person. Sorry, reservations cannot be accepted. Call 918.596.2758 or access Gilcrease.org.
Rudy Maxa presents The Eight Most Common Mistakes Travelers Make. He hosts the country’s most widely syndicated weekly radio travel show, Rudy Maxa’s World. Mr. Maxa’s enthusiasm for travel is expressed in nearly 100 television episodes on great destinations of the world, which have earned several Emmy Awards. TulsaTownHall.com
Explore the museum, grab a drink, network with other young professionals, and support your local art community. This FREE event has different themes relating to current culture and the museum's collections, such as Trivia Night, Wonder Women, and Beer and Wine Garden Party. Visit Gilcrease.org for more info.
Craft Classes are free every Tuesday at 10:30 a.m. and Storytime is held on Thursdays at 11 a.m. Miss Carol Meyer leads the kids in music and story telling for 30 minutes of great active fun. Visit TulsaToyDepot.com for more information or call 918.938.0555.
Celebrity Attractions presents the brand new national Broadway tour of THE SOUND OF MUSIC featuring music by Richard Rodgers, lyrics by Oscar Hammerstein II. The beloved musical story of Maria and the von Trapp Family will once again thrill audiences. For tickets, access: MyTicketOffice.com. Groups of 10 or more may be placed by calling 918.796.0220.
Free event! Home Movie Fest will celebrate underappreciated films. This festival will feature home movie excerpts contributed by community members like you! In addition, they’ll have a few surprises including games, a reception, and a peek at some special home movies drawn from local archives. For info, and more showings at Circle Cinema, go to CircleCinema.com.
Experience a festive evening of fine food and drink, live music, and a live auction while supporting the mission of YAH (Youth At Heart), supporting afterschool and summer enrichment programs for Tulsa youth area 6-18. This year's Gala will have a sports related theme. Dress casually in your favorite team jersey and jeans! YouthAtHeart.org or 918.493.7311.
Topping a celebrated year for multi-platinum selling MercyMe, the chart-toppers announced that they will be uniting with fellow GMA-Dove-Award winners Tenth Avenue North for one of the greatest tours they've ever done! For tickets and more info, access MabeeCenter.com/Event/Mercyme.
"Disgraced," by Ayad Akhtar, introduces Amir Kapoor, a successful Pakistani-American lawyer living the American dream - an Upper East Side apartment, fancy suits and the promise of becoming partner at his firm. When he and his American wife host a dinner party for their friends and colleagues, lies and deception threaten to shatter Amir’s carefully constructed life of cultural assimilation. purchase.tickets.com
Every Saturday morning from 8–11:30 a.m. local farmers and artisans will bring fresh produce, honey, eggs, jelly, wine, flowers, cheeses, cooking demonstrations, non-GMO meats, salsa, baked goods, live music, yummy treats for the kiddos and much, much more. Bring the family, friends and even your pets! The Farm Shopping Center has always been “The Only Country in Town!”
Join us for the best shopping event Tulsa has ever seen! Your favorite local boutiques and designers are coming together under one roof for a glam good sale! Black Sheep Boutique will be hosting the event inside the old Hancock's building in The Farm Shopping Center 51st and Sheridan. Come Saturday 10am-5pm and Sunday 12-4pm. Go to for more info: Facebook.com/TheFarmShoppingCenter.
8-11:30 a.m. Save the date! Every Saturday in April, local farmers and artisans gather at The Farm Shopping Center to bring fresh produce, honey, eggs, jelly, wine, flowers, cheeses, cooking demonstrations, non-GMO beef, pork, and chicken, salsa, baked goods, live music, treats for the kiddos and more! Bring the family, friends and even pets!
The Challenge is a family-oriented event that includes an obstacle course run, superhero costumes, snacks and drinks, fun and games for all ages, and featured booths from community resources, event sponsors, and CAN’s partner agencies. This exciting event helps create awareness while raising funds to provide services to the 2,500 children seen at CAN every year. For more information contact CAN at 918-624-0217 or email@example.com. ChildAbuseNetwork.org
Tickets are now on sale for the Oklahoma debut performances that will culminate in The McKnight Center Chamber Music Festival. Featuring a variety of world-renowned talented chamber musicians, this inaugural festival will educate, inspire, and entertain music lovers of all ages. McknightCenter.org.
Come celebrate the many cultural flavors Tulsa provides. SAVOR!, our annual international food tasting event is a fun evening that invites your taste buds to travel the world. Come taste, toast, dance, mix and mingle. Two drink tickets are included with the admissions tickets. For tickets and more info, access TulsaGlobalAlliance.org.
Author of bestseller "Orange is the New Black" and prison reform advocate, Piper Kerman will speak about "THE REAL-LIFE STORY OF ORANGE IS THE NEW BLACK." Join them for the first Tulsa Town Hall After Dark! Family & Children's Services Women in Recovery will partner with TTH for this event. $20 Admission. TulsaTownHall.com
This symposium draws together native chefs, documentary filmmakers, food historians, policy experts, and political activists to explore the cultural and health effects of indigenous cuisines. The symposium is free and open to everyone. Special food-themed tours of the collection, a recipe exchange, and a small market will be featured. Sponsored by the Oklahoma Center for the Humanities. Humanities.UTulsa.edu.
Piper Kerman’s bestselling memoir, Orange Is the New Black: My Year in a Women’s Prison, chronicles her 13 months in a federal correctional institution. She explores the experience of incarceration and the intersections of her life with the lives of the women she met in prison. The Netflix adaptation of her book is a Peabody and Emmy Award-winning series. TulsaPAC.com
Savor the true flavors of French bistro cuisine at Tulsa Botanic Garden’s BOTANICAL! fundraising event. Chef Amélie Darvas of Paris is creating a multi-course menu and leading “all-star” chefs in preparing the dinner: Harold Dieterle, winner, first season of Top Chef, James Shrader (Palace Café) and Fiore Tedesco (L’Oca D’Oro, Austin). Tickets BotanicalTulsa.org or 918.289.0330.
The proceeds of the race will benefit Oklahoma Chapter of Concerns of Police Survivors (OK COPS). Open to the public and includes an agency challenge. On-sight registration at 7:30 a.m with a start time at 9 a.m. An awards ceremony and door prize drawing will be held immediately following the race. For online registration, go to GetMeRegistered.com/ThinBlueLine.
Prior month's storyteller winners compete for the grand prize. Each will have 5-6 minutes to wow the audience with a compelling and interesting true snippet of their lives. Doors open at 6pm; seating is first come, first served. For tickets or their next show, access: Facebook.com/OkSOTulsa.
Join Tulsa's Habitat for Humanity for their stylish evening with a rock 'n' roll beat! Includes live entertainment, gourmet dining, flair bartenders, dancing and tons of special surprises. Proceeds go directly to building homes, community and hope in Tulsa. For tickets and info: RockTheHouseTulsa.org.
Since 1959, Parkside Psychiatric Hospital and Clinic has provided quality mental health services to northeast Oklahomans. The By Your Side 5K, 1 Mile Fun Run and Dog Walk helps ensure the continuation of valuable services to those who need them. Visit ParksideInc.org for more information.
Guest Pops Conductor Ron Spigelman and the Tulsa Symphony will perform Voyage of Discover: Space, The Final Frontier, featuring Holst’s The Planets – accompanied by NASA images. Also, they'll perform music from Star Trek Enterprise and Star Wars score. Tickets and more info, access TulsaSymphony.org/2017-2018/pops-ii.
Enjoy a spring day at the Garden and learn about the cuisine of France in history followed by a guided tasting of French artisanal cheeses, honeys, olives, charcuterie and hard ciders. Topics: Enlightened Gardening- Carolin Young; Botanical Politics-Dr. Julia Abramson. Details and registration at BotanicalTulsa.org or 918.289.0330.
TU School of Music presents student chamber music ensembles in concert. Free to the public in Lorton Performance Center in Meinig Recital Hall. Calendar.UTulsa.edu.
The Girl Scouts of Eastern Oklahoma hosts the Juliette Low Leadership Society Luncheon recognizing the accomplishments of 12 extraordinary Girl Scouts, with guest speaker Bonnie St. John, a paralympian, Rhodes Scholar, entrepreneur and author. Sharon King Davis is the honorary chair. GSEOK.org
Save the Date! Sponsored by the Child Abuse Network (CAN). The CANdlelight Ball is the primary fundraiser for CAN when everyone joins in celebration of the CAN mission to provide collaborative intervention services to child abuse victims, so they are encouraged to embrace a future driven by hope. ChildAbuseNetwork.org
The 28th Annual Senior Resource & Health Fair is a free event. Informational booths will be onsite in addition to free health screenings, document shredding and prescription drug drop-off. Hosted by the BA Senior Center, the event is set for Friday April 27 from 9 to 2 at the BA Central Park Community Center. BASeniors.org
Step back in time and enjoy the wonderment of a day in Renaissance England, right here in Oklahoma! Enjoy a delectable selection of food and drink, shop at the market with over 140 artisans displaying unique wares and beautiful creations. Be mesmerized as magicians, jugglers, musicians, dancers, acrobats, and jousters thrill and delight audiences. OKCastle.com
Good Samaritan Health Services is celebrating 20 years of mobile medical care serving the uninsured and underserved in the Tulsa community at their annual Gala and Auction 2018 20 Years: And the Best is Yet to Come. For tickets and more info access GoodSamaritanHealth.EJoinMe.org or call 918.710.4222.
The competition is open to high school seniors who've taken a welding class at high-school or at a vocational technical institute. Grand prize is a full tuition scholarship to Tulsa Welding School (TWS) with partial tuition scholarships to top runner-ups. Other welding-related prizes will be awarded and a $500 tuition scholarship to TWS for participants. WeldingSchool.com.
A free educational symposium for cancer survivors and the families, friends and medical professionals who care for them Keynote speaker: Paige Davis, cancer survivor, author of Here We Grow: Mindfulness through Cancer and Beyond, and entrepreneur hellopaigedavis.com
Each year, the Tulsa Chapter hosts the Newsmakers luncheon to present outstanding, selected women communicators with the Newsmaker Awards and the Saidie Lifetime Achievement Award. The Saidie Award is named in honor of the first recipient of the award, Saidie Adwon, a pioneer in television, and the first woman general manager of an Oklahoma television station. AWCTulsa.org
Save the date! Benefiting Family & Children's Services, sponsors and guests don all-white attire to dine and dance the night away in Tulsa’s unique Art Deco District while sampling craft cocktails specially made by Tulsa’s premier mixologists. WP11 features an exclusive dinner for event sponsors, as well as an all-access VIP experience during the dance party gala following the dinner. 6 p.m.for Sponsors & 9 p.m. for General Admission. WhitePartyOK.com