Thurs., Feb. 24
Hoopin' at Home. Basketball season is winding down and the Tulsa 66ers only have a few weeks left. Don't miss T-Town's favorite development team as they take on the Erie BayHawks at the Tulsa Convention Center, 100 Civic Center. The 66ers have been maneuvering their way through the league all season, kicking butt and taking names. Watch as the boys dribble their way to another win. Tip-off is at 7pm. Visit tulsaconvention.com for more information.
Fri., Feb. 25
Giving Back. A little art with a lot of heart has come to Loose Leaf Co., 328 E. 1st St. Benefitting Go International, local artists band together to remind Tulsa of the social injustices playing out every day and raise funds to help transformation take place in different corners of world. Created to Create [Change] begins at 7pm and invites believers of justice to purchase artwork in hopes of building a different reality for orphans and victims of sex trafficking. Visit gointernational.tv for more information.
Sat., Feb. 26Light the Fire. There aren't many opportunities to publicly roast local personalities but the Tulsa Press Club, 415 S. Boston Ave., is back again to host their 78th annual Tulsa Gridiron. This year's show, "Survivor: City Hall. Or, Goodness Gracious, Great Tar Balls of Fire" pokes at everything from the bedbug outbreak to Wikileaks and the Tea Party. National personalities such as Miley Cyrus may even make a fumbling appearance. The roasting starts at 8pm. Visit tulsagridiron.org for more information.
Sun., Feb. 27
Slammin' Skates. Grab some friends and go watch a hard-hitting, fast-paced, high-action sport, shifted into overdrive by some of Tulsa's toughest lady athletes. Glide over to Broken Arrow Roller Sports, 551 W. Oakland Pl., to hang with the little ladies of Green Country Roller Girls. Whatever manners they might have picked up along the way are out the door when they hit that rink against Assassination City Roller Derby.
The shoving begins at 6pm. Visit greencountryrollergirls.com
for more information.
Mon., Feb. 28
Come Together. Good music, great food and everyday drink specials. What more could anyone ask for? Grab some friends and soar down to Crow Creek Tavern, 3534 S. Peoria, to enjoy the nightlife. With spring on the horizon and Tulsa aching to break out of the house, the open air of Brookside is just the place to park it. Just in time to take care of those Monday blues, happy hour starts at 4:30pm. Bring the buds and let it fly at one of the hottest spots in town. Visit crowcreektavern.com for more information.
Tues., Mar. 1
Be Our Guest. Journey into an unknown castle filled with enchanting characters and mesmerizing music. Explore and discover with Belle as she is held captive by a terrifying monster. Create a little mood lighting with Lumiere and learn to love a selfish prince in Disney's Beauty and the Beast. Put the service to the test at Tulsa Performing Arts Center, 110 E. 2nd St. Belle and friends put on a show March 1-6. Visit tulsapac.com for more information.
Wed., Mar. 2
Seasonal Inspiration. Head into spring with a splash of color. Skip down to the Tulsa Performing Arts Center, 110 E. 2nd St., to see Dave Davis' oil on canvas exhibit. Mosey through the gallery of striking poses and ornate designs to take in a little culture. The exhibit is bound to give onlookers a good push into a greener and warmer season. Davis will be on display through March 29. Visit tulsapac.com for more information.
Thurs., Mar. 3
Glory Day Gags. The days of radio shows and Vaudeville have long passed but the talent that used to stream from the pre-apple era still incites laughter and delight from audiences. One of the few performers to successfully transition from a radio show to a hit television broadcast was Jack Benny. Recreating one of America's leading entertainers of the 20th Century, Darin Farr brings Benny back to life in Comedian in Bloom. Travel through time at Tulsa Little Theatre, 1511 S. Delaware Ave., March 3-6. Visit tulsatriallawyer.com for more information.
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