Weekend Plans in Tulsa Podcast Transcript:
Hello friends and welcome to yet another episode of Weekend Plans in Tulsa — your coffee-break-length podcast to give you the 411 on what’s happening in the 918. I’d like to apologize about the delay of this episode. It’s been a crazy week. This week’s episode is covering October 5th through the 7th, 2018. Before we get started, let me introduce you to the kind souls who make Weekend Plans in Tulsa possible. If you’re looking for a great job or possibly employee training for your team, OakTree Staffing & Training can help. In order to speak with a career professional or training coordinator, log on to oaktreestaffing.com and reach out to us via our Contact page or give us a ring at 918-584-7900.
For your weekend weather forecast this weekend, Friday is looking to be partly cloudy with a high of 89 — low of 73, Saturday will be potentially rainy and a high of 77 and a low of 65, and Sunday will be also rainy with a high of 80 and a low of 71.
Starting off with events happening all weekend:
Running now through October 7th is the Tulsa State Fair. Come out to the Tulsa Fairgrounds and enjoy a variety of musical stages, a variety of food vendors, tradeshow setups, rides, and so much more. Get the full scoop at http://tulsastatefair.com
Down the road in Guthrie, Oklahoma this weekend is the Oklahoma International Bluegrass Festival at Cottonwood Flats. Some featured artists include Tommy Emmanuel. The Kruger Brothers, the April Verch Band, The Blueside of Lonesome, and many more. For additional information, log on to http://oibf.com.
On Friday and Saturday, Guthrie Green, the Duet Jazz lounge and Tulsa Roots Music present the Wine, Jazz & World Fete — an inaugural wine and jazz festival taking place at Guthrie Green and the Duet Jazz lounge. Some artists include the Booker T. Washington Jazz Combo, Yemen Blue, The Bad Plus, Rio Mira, Mike Cameron Collective, Mark Bruner, Reflejos Flamencos, the Delfeayo Marsalis Quintet and Combsy. To learn more, visit http://tulsarootsmusic.org/
October is here, meaning Friday is the First Friday Art Crawl in the Tulsa Arts District. Enjoy a variety of local artist exhibitions and tour local businesses in the district as well as live music and great eats. The fun kicks off in the formally-Brady Arts District around 6pm.
In Downtown Pauhuka this Saturday is the National Indian Taco Championship. Come see who will reign victorious with more information at http://facebook.com/NITCpawhuska
This Sunday at 2pm, the OKC Thunder will take on the Atlanta Hawks at the BOK Center. Learn all of the details at http://bokcenter.com.
– RPM at the Hunt Club
– Susan Herndon’s Happy Hour followed by Dustin Arbuckle and the Damn Nations and the Jennifer Marriot Band at Soul City
– Genitorturers, Echo Black and The Offering at the Vanguard- Machine in the Mountain, Constant Peril and Let Slip the Dogs at Blackbird On Pearl
– The Damion Shade Happy Hour followed by the Seth Lee Jones EP Release w/ Paul Benjaman at The Colony
– Lessons in Fresh at Fassler Hall
– Fred Wickham and the Hadacol Caravan at Mercury Lounge
– John Petrucelli at the Oklahoma Jazz Hall of Fame
– The Mules, Ethan Sandoval, Cherokee Rose and Brad Pilgrim at Josey Records
– The Vine Brothers at the Mercury Lounge
– Everclear at the Tulsa State Fair Oklahoma Stage
– Wink Burcham at the Colony
– Faye Moffett at Lefty’s On Greenwood
– Forgotten Space at the Shrine
– Brandon Clark at the Mercury Lounge
– Blues Brunch w/Dustin Pittsley at Soul City
– Natalie Prass and Stella Donnelly at the Vanguard
– The Mike Cameron Collective at Hodges Bend
– Paul Benjaman’s Sunday Nite Thing at the Colony
That about does it for another episode of Weekend Plans in Tulsa from OakTree Staffing & Training. If you want to get Weekend Plans in Tulsa straight to your device, feel free to follow us on iTunes or your preferred podcast app. You can also subscribe to OakTree Staffing & Training’s YouTube channel and get notifications about new programs straight to your inbox. Also, don’t forget to Like, Follow, Comment, and Subscribe to YouTube across social media, which you can receive links to at https://www.oaktreestaffing.com/social-media/. For a full transcript of this podcast with links to all of the events mentioned, log on to https://www.oaktreestaffing.com/blog/
Until next time, I’m Ken and I hope you have a stupendous weekend.