Never Met A Buck He Couldn't Bronc. It's been a while since you've seen rodeo action -- at least a week. So mosey on down to the Will Rogers Memorial Rodeo all weekend at the American Legion Rodeo Grounds in Vinita. It's a little bit of a drive, but eight main events, including barrel racing, bronc riding, steer wrestling, and the like will totally be worth it. Especially if you missed last week's Cowboys of Color Rodeo or the pink-clad Professional Bull Riders' event. The rodeo starts at 8pm and runs through Saturday night. Head 'em up.
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So much blues awaits you this weekend that you should likely take your Welbutrin before heading to the 23rd Annual Rentiesville Dusk til Dawn Blues Festival -- not that it will be bad, but three solid days of the blues might bring you down a little. It's the blues, after all, and nobody sings the blues about how awesome it was to get the girl, score the home run, or not have your dog die. Tickets are $15 a day, and the title isn't kidding -- be prepared to stay up late. Through Sunday.
Still Time To Buy Local.
Summer is winding down, but there are still two months left for you to get your Oklahoma-grown eats at the Cherry St. Farmers' Market, Saturdays from 7-11am. Shockingly, you can find this on Cherry Street through Halloween.
Any Time You Put A Man In A Dress Onstage...
In the vein of Some Like It Hot, Where's Charley? and Bosom Buddies, Broken Arrow Community Playhouse presents Leading Ladies, in which two broke actors try to pass themselves off as long-lost nieces of an elderly rich lady. Wackiness ensues. Friday and Saturday at 8pm, Sunday at 2pm.
Be Prepared, Because You Never Know When Sharknado Might Really Happen. The Oklahoma Aquarium hosts Scout Day, where boy scouts and their parents can spend Labor Day earning Junior Marine Biologist badges. What else are you going to do on Labor Day, labor?
I Don't Know, I'm Making This Up As I Go. Join TATE Award-winning director Julie Tattershall every Tuesday night for Laughing Matter Improv, Tulsa's longest-running improv company at Henthorn PAC. Once you learn what you're doing, Julie will totally make you perform with the troupe.
Eat On The Cheap. Take a little bit of cash to the Deco District and have a good time during Wednesday night's $2 on Boston. Get all sorts of things for $2 and hear live tunes, to boot. Everyone stays open until 10pm, so take your time.
What Goes Better With A Banjo Than Chili? Nothing, That's What.
You haven't been to Claremore in a minute, and now you have an excuse to go. Otherwise, you'll miss the 34th Annual Bluegrass and Chili Festival. Not only can you find beaucoup bowls of chili, a car show, and tons of fun, but since everyone loves bluegrass now, you'll be able to get in on the craze. Also, if you've never heard the Quebe Sisters Band, you're missing out. The fun starts at 5pm and runs through Saturday night.
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