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Hello everybody and welcome once again to Weekend Plans in Tulsa — your take-the-trash-to-the-curb length podcast about events happening every weekend in beautiful Tulsa, OK. In this episode for April 12th through the 15th in 2018, we have talks, shows, spring-time fun and much more but before hop into that, I have to give a quick shout out to the show’s sponsor.

Hello everybody and welcome once again to Weekend Plans in Tulsa — your take-the-trash-to-the-curb length podcast about events happening every weekend in beautiful Tulsa, OK. In this episode for April 12th through the 15th in 2018, we have talks, shows, spring-time fun and much more but before hop into that, I have to give a quick shout out to the show’s sponsor.

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Let’s start with some events happening at the Tulsa PAC.

Running all weekend long at the Tulsa PAC is the acclaimed production, “Disgraced” which deals with themes of race, religion, and classism in post-9/11 America. For more information about the event, visit http://tulsapac.com/

Also going down at the Tulsa PAc is the multi Tony Award-winning production of The Producers. Mel Brooks’s The Producers is the tale of two men who discover they can make more money on Broadway with a flop than with a hit. Shows will be happening at the Tulsa PAC – John H. Williams Theatre with additional information at http://tulsapac.com/

Also at the PAC, Piper Kerman, author of the memoir-turned-Netflix series Orange is the New Black and Women’s Prison Association board member talks about the real-life story behind the TV show. There will be multiple opportunities to get in on the conversation at the Tulsa PAC – Chapman Music Hall. Learn all about it at. http://tulsapac.com/

Continuing in the PAC vein for an event happening this Saturday is Voyage of Discovery: Space, The Final Frontier
Guest conductor Ron Spigelman will lead the Tulsa Symphony to perform Gustav Holst’s The Planets, as well as some other favorite themes from the star worlds of Star Trek and Star Wars. The performance will include projected images from NASA.
All of this happens on Saturday at the Tulsa PAC – Chapman Music Hall with more information at the http://tulsapac.com/

Spring is in the air and it’s just about baseball season. Your own Tulsa Drillers will be playing the Frisco Roughriders Thursday, Friday and Saturday at 7:05pm and taking on Midland RockHounds at 4:05pm on Sunday. Get the full schedule and ticket information at http://tulsadrillers.com

Who’s ready for some spring-time fun? Tulsa Garden Center’s SpringFest will feature more than 50 vendors of plants and other gardening accouterments, as well as the opportunity to get gardening tips from Tulsa Master Gardeners this Friday and Saturday. Learn all about it at http://tulsagardencenter.com

Also, herb fans delight in Herb Day on Brookside this Friday. The annual Herb Day in Brookside is an outdoor market featuring thousands of Oklahoma-grown plants, herbs, and flowers, as well as locally made products, music, and food. Learn about it all at http://facebook.com/herbdayinbrookside

Happening on Sunday is a terrific talk entitled “Canned: Do We Trust Our Food?”
Acclaimed author Anna Zeide will discuss her book, Canned, which talks about how the American food industry has turned away from a system based on fresh, locally grown foods to one dominated by packaged foods. The event will be happening Sunday night at 7pm at Congregation B’nai Emunah on 17th and Peoria. For more information, visit. http://magiccitybooks.com

*Music*

Thursday, April 12
– John Moreland and Deer Tick at Cain’s Ballroom
– Branjae at Lefty’s On Greenwood
– Brandon Clark at the Hunt Club
– Shawn James at Blackbird On Pearl
– Tim Reynolds Trio and Combsy at The Shrine
– Erin O’Dowd, Desi & Cody and Chloe Johns at Soul City
– Erika Wennerstrom and Beau Jennings at the Vanguard
– Paul Benjaman at Mercury Lounge
– The Soup Kitchen w/Dane Arnold at The Colony
– Megafauna, Helen Kelter Skelter, Golden Ones, and Colouradio at the Vanguard

Friday, April 13
– BC & The Big Rig at Mercury Lounge
– Barrett Lewis at George’s Pub
– Saganomics at the Yeti
– Taylor Machine at the Hunt Club
– Animal Names, Girls Club at the Colony
– Mary Cogan at Lefty’s On Greenwood
– Antry & Joyride at Soul City
– Hosty at the Hunt Club

Saturday, April 14
– The Paculiar Pretzelmen at Mercury Lounge
– Wither, Grind, Fist of Rage, Whipper Snapper at the Shrine
– Stellar Ascent, Had Enough, Out of Sink at Blackbird On Pearl
– Tulsa Roots Global Bash featuring Michael Franti Trio, Felix y Los Gatos, Local Hero, and Henry Zoellner at Guthrie Green
– Brian Hughes & the Springfield Two at George’s Pub in Jenks
– Chris Hyde at Lefty’s On Greenwood
– American Shadows, Redwitch Johnny and Acid Queen at the Yeti
– Isayah’s Allstars at The Colony
– My So Called Band at the Vanguard

Sunday April 15
– Brandon Clark at Mercury Lounge
– Bruner & Eicher at Soul City
– 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 your team, look no further than OakTree Staffing & Training. You can learn more about OakTree or see a full transcript of this podcast at http://oaktreestaffing.com/

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

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