Get ready folks there’s a ton of stuff to do this weekend in Oklahoma!
I’m slightly jealous of Tulsa and the fact that they have Cain’s Ballroom. It seems there’s always something going on it and this weekend is no exception. Ghostland Observatory plays on Friday night, Ian Moore on Saturday and several others throughout the weekend and early next week.
Here’s a FREE family-friendly event! Every second Saturday of the month is Free Family Day at Tulsa’s Philbrook Museum. Stop by anytime from 10:30 am – 4 pm to experiment with hands-on art projects, go on a scavenger hunt, take a tour of the museum and much more.
Also, make sure to cheer on the Tulsa Oilers this Friday and Saturday at the BOK Center and go see The Crucible this Friday through Sunday at the Tulsa Performing Arts Center.
Okay, for those of us living in the 4-0-5, there are a ton of things to do here as well:
These days it seems everyone is looking for a deal. If that includes you, make sure to check out the Buchanan Vintage Flea Market this Saturday and Sunday at the Oklahoma State Fairgrounds. This monthly market is one of the finest and most respected antique and collectible markets in the state and admission only $3 for both days.
Bricktown is always the place to be on the weekends. This Friday night red dirt music star Wade Bowen performs at the Wormy Dog Saloon and tickets are $12.
Families should make time to visit the Gaylord-Pickens Oklahoma Heritage Museum this Saturday, when the museum is offering free admission from 10 a.m. to 5 p.m. The Museum uses high-tech, interactive exhibits to showcase the famous and not-so-famous Oklahomans who have impacted the state, country and world.
Other events to check out include Curious George at the Cox Convention Center, the Second Friday Circuit of Art in Norman, the American Indian Fest on Saturday and the Thunder versus the Clippers at Ford Center on Sunday night.
Enjoy your weekend!
-Wendy with wimgo