Weekend Plans in Tulsa (Podcast) – Oct 12-14, 2018

Weekend Plans in Tulsa (Podcast) – Oct 12-14, 2018

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Howdy-do 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. This week’s episode is covering October 12th through the 14th, 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, it’s beginning to feel like fall as Friday is looking to be possibly rainy with a high of 60 — low of 45, Saturday will also be possibly rainy with a high of 62 and a low of 50, and Sunday will be again — rainy with a high of 53 and a low of 39.

Starting off with events happening all weekend:

Running now till Saturday is the Tulsa American Film Festival at the Circle Cinema, Gilcrease Museum, and the Woody Guthrie Center. This 4th-annual film fest will feature short films primarily from Latino, Native and Oklahoma-based student filmmakers. For additional information, check out http://tulsaamericanfilmfest.com

Taking place all weekend long is the Brush Creek Bazaar – an outdoor festival with over 80 craft vendors, live music that spans many different genres, live dance demonstrations, and fun for the kids. It’s taking place at The Barn at 10900 S Louisville Ave with much more information at https://www.brushcreekbazaar.org

For those interested in Native American art and jewelry, the Cherokee Art Market will taking place Saturday and Sunday at the Hard Rock Hotel in Catoosa, OK. Over 150 Native artists from over 50 tribes will be represented to make this one of the largest Native American art shows in the region. To learn more, log on to http://cherokeeartmarket.com

On Saturday morning, starting at 9am in Owen Park will be the Tulsa School of Arts and Sciences’ “Flight of the Phoenix Run”. This is a race event and opportunity to contribute to public education as well as to participate in the challenging 5k course. For those who would like to sign up, we have posted a link to this sign up in the transcription of this podcast on our site that can be found at www.oaktreestaffing.com/blog
– Sign up here: https://runsignup.com/Race/OK/Tulsa/FlightofthePhoenix

For more physical fitness for a good cause, on Saturday at the Guthrie Green is the Tulsa Walk to Defeat ALS. Learn all about how you can participate at http://alsa.org

Also on Saturday McNellie’s Harvest Beer Festival in the Bluedome District. Over 70 breweries will be in attendance to let you try a little bit of everything. Ok, well, maybe not everything because that’s a lot of beer, but you get the gist. Admission is $50 and you can learn more about it at http://mcnellies.com

For a little frozen fun, the Tulsa Oilers will face off against the Idaho Steelheads at the BOK Center on Saturday and Sunday night. Get the full scoop and ticket information at http://tulsaoilers.com.

Also happening in the Blue Dome on Saturday is the 10th annual Blue Dome Jivin’ dance event brought to you by the Oklahoma Swing Syndicate. The event will feature a full day of various dance workshops. To learn more, visit http://theoklahomaswingsyndicate.org

On Sunday from noon to 4pm at Temple Israel right behind Utica Square is the 25th annual ShalomFest. This afternoon event is a celebration of Tulsa’s Jewish culture including music, food, art, and much more. To learn more, log on to http://shalomfest.com

Down the road a ways at 18th and Boston this Sunday is the Skyline Music Festival. In honor of the late Tulsa musical legend Tom Skinner, enjoy more than 45 Oklahoma musical acts including John Fullbright, the Science Project Band, Wink Burcham, Grazzhopper, Lauren Barth and many more. Learn all about the event at http://reddirtrelieffund.org

Live Music:

– The Damion Shade Happy Hour followed by the Erik Oftedahl album release with Dan Martin at The Colony
– The Susan Herndon Happy Hour followed by The Grits at Soul City
– Hillbilly Casino and Jittery Jack at Mercury Lounge
– Cody Woody at the Dead Armadillo Brewery
– Desi and Cody album release w/ Roots of Thought and Robert Hoefling at the Vanguard
– Bob Dylan at the River Spirit Casino
– Lauren Daigle at the Brady Theatre
– Sam Royal and Goldy Locks at the Hard Rock Casino in Catoosa
– Cinderella’s Tom Keifer, Sweatin Bullets and Evil Twin at the IDL Ballroom
– Bruno Mars at the BOK Center
– Maddie & Tae at the Gathering Place’s Great Lawn

– Lee Bains III and the Glory Fires, Planet What and Golden Ones at The Colony
– Mark Gibson Band at Soul City
– Garbage at the Rivers Spirit Casino
– Paul Benjaman, Greenbeard, and Lady Killers at the Mercury Lounge
– Beth Lee and Chris Duarte at the Dead Armadillo Brewery

– Summerland and Brian Ashley Jones at the Hunt Club
– Mike Cameron Collective at Hodges Bend
– The Blues Brunch with Dustin Pittsley at Soul City
– The Hip Hop Brunch at Fassler Hall
– Bruner & Eicher at Soul City

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 an eventful weekend.

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