Weekend Plans in Tulsa – March 22-25, 2018 [Podcast]

Weekend Plans in Tulsa – March 22-25, 2018 [Podcast]

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Howdy friends and welcome to another episode of Weekend Plans in Tulsa — your walk-the-dog length podcast that keeps you in the know about some great events happening every weekend in beautiful Tulsa, OK.

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Happening all weekend long, it’s hockey weekend at the BOK Event Center as the Tulsa Oilers will face off against Quad City three different times: Friday and Saturday night at 7:05pm or Sunday at 4:05pm. For more info, head over to http://tulsaoilers.com/ for more.

This Friday, the Philbrook Museum is celebrating the end of the world! Well, almost. On March 23, 1989 a large asteroid missed the Earth by just 500,000 miles. To commemorate the occasion, Philbrook willbe showing the blockbuster movie “Armageddon” — you know, the one with the Aerosmith track that got burned into our brains for a summer? The evening will also include a Vernal Equinox Garden Tour, and more surprises. Visit https://philbrook.org/ for event details.

Also on Friday, Travel expert and Emmy-winning television host Rudy Maxa will share stories from great destinations around the world. This will happen at the Tulsa PAC – Chapman Music Hall with more info at http://tulsapac.com/.

On Saturday, get ready for futbol season in Tulsa! By “futbol”, I mean “soccer” as the Roughnecks vs Real Monarchs. This is the Roughnecks’ first home game of the 2018 season. Before the game will be a parade and activities outside ONEOK Field with a fireworks show afterward. You can learn all about it and get your tickets at http://www.roughnecksfc.com

Continuing on Saturday is Classics V – Mahler’s Symphony No. 4
This is the final Classics Series concert of the 2017-2018 season. Daniel Hege will lead the Tulsa Symphony in John Adams’ Chairman Dances and Edward Elgar’s In the South (Alassio). Also, Sarah Coburn will perform as featured soprano soloist for Mahler’s Symphony No. 4.
Get your tickets and more info at http://tulsasymphony.org/

Lastly on Saturday is something I’ve never heard of before, but sounds awesome: an Adult Easter Egg Hunt.
NOT just for kids anymore, I guess. Chandler Park will host its first Adult Easter Egg Hunt, with special prizes. The event is BYOB, and there will also be lawn games, concessions, and food trucks. Learn how to get hunting at http://facebook.com/chandlerparktulsa

On Sunday, Earthwise Mycology will be bringing you the Mushroom Cultivation Workshop at the Tulsa Garden Center.
Come learn:
•the basic ecology of Fungi
•straw cultivation
•log cultivation
•sawdust spawn cultivation.
•mushroom garden bed preparation
and more.
Each participant will leave with the knowledge needed to grow their own mushrooms PLUS a mushroom log and bag of straw spawn!
For more info, visit http://tulsagardencenter.com/events/

Also on Sunday is a comedian many love to love or possibly love to hate, Bill Maher at the Brady Theatre. Learn more at http://bradytheater.com/


– Spoonfed Tribe with Move Trio at the Shrine
– Dane Arnold with The Soup at The Colony
– Paul Benjaman at the Mercury Lounge
– Olivia Newton-John at the Hard Rock Casino in Catoosa, OK
– Grazzhopper at Dead Armadillo Brewery
– Ego Culture at the Hunt Club

– Paul Benjaman and Chris Blevins at Fassler Hall
– Oceanaut at Blackbird On Pearl
– Dante & The Hawks at the Hunt Club
– Susan Herndon, Scott Musick & Friends at Soul City
– Vandoliers and The 4onthefloor at Mercury Lounge
– Chris Lee Becker’s Imaginary Friends at the Colony
– Jeezy, Tee Grizzley at Cain’s Ballroom

– George Porter Jr. at the Shrine
– Brujoroots at the Enso Bar
– Hot Club of Cowtown and Jacob Tovar at the Vanguard
– Carter Sampson and Rachel Bachman Vox Pop Tulsa
– Killer Hearts, Loose Wires and the Stiffies at Mercury Lounge
– Frank Foster and Denny Strickland at Cain’s Ballroom
– The 5th Element at the Hunt Club

– Paul Benjaman’s Sunday Nite Thing at the Colony

That’s all we have for you this episode of Weekend Plans in Tulsa. This podcast is brought to you every week by OakTree Staffing & Training. If you’d like help finding your next amazing position or possibly finding Microsoft training for you team, look no further than OakTree Staffing & Training. You can learn more about OakTree or see a full transcript of this podcast at https://www.oaktreestaffing.com/

Until next time, I’m Ken and I hope you have a delightful weekend.

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