Sweet Nectar. Buzz about the Tulsa Garden Center, 2435 S. Peoria Ave., for helpful hints on how to harvest handfuls of honey. Learn how those busy little bees produce one of nature's tastiest treats, and see how honey makes its transformation from pollen to dripping down the honeycomb at The Honey Bee with beekeeper John Runnels. Pack a lunch and settle in for a hive adventure from noon to 1pm. Visit tulsagardencenter.com for more information.
All the Wrong Places. Stroll through the streets of the Big Apple, while navigating the complex love triangle of Isaac -- a twice-divorced New Yorker dating a high schooler, but in love with his best friend's mistress. Settle into the lawn at Philbrook Museum, 2727 S. Rockford Rd., to weave your way through twisted romance of Manhattan at 7:30pm. The classic 1979 film starring Woody Allen and Diane Keaton is Rated R. Visit Philbrook.org for more information.
Pixie Delight. Bust a gut reveling in the story of a 250-pound leprechaun who pounces through the forest looking for a magical fairy. Spend an evening laughing with some of Tulsa's funniest theater personalities at Tinkerbell is Dead -- The Return of Tink. Roll through the newest collection of monologues written by Neil Labute, Christopher Durang, Jon Jory and Sandra Bernhard at the Charles E. Norman Theater, 110 E. 2nd St., beginning at 8pm. Visit tulsapac.com for more information.
Kingpin. Lace up your bowling shoes and roll on down to Bowling for Rhinos 2011 at Sheridan Lanes, 3121 S. Sheridan Rd. Polish old faithful and send her sailing for a striking night of fundraising fun. The Tulsa Zoo's Zookeeper Association bowls over to keep one of the earth's oldest inhabitants thriving despite declines in rhino population. Be there at 5pm to register or 6pm to start obliterating those pins. Visit tulsazoo.org for more information.
Wave of Emotion. Pay homage to T-Town at The Tulsa United Film Festival July 21-25. Joints all over Green Country are showing flicks inspired by or starring Tulsa natives like Blake Edwards and Gary Busey. Swing by Circle Cinema, 12 S. Lewis Ave., to see Busey catch a wave in Big Wednesday, at 9:30pm. Watch as the wave's crash and boys become men. Visit circlecinema.com for more information.
Classic Music. Dance through the decades with the attention grabbing ballads showcased in A Fine Romance: Jewish Songwriters, American Songs. Laced with sophistication, wit and passion, these popular melodies tell the stories of Jewish immigrants who found solace in America. Remnants of Broadway's biggest hits like Oklahoma are on display at the Central Library, 400 Civic Center, through August 26. Visit tulsalibrary.org for more information.
Funny on Shuffle. Get ready to fall out of your seats from side-splitting laughter as Mike Merryfield takes the stage at Loony Bin Comedy Club, 6808 S. Memorial Dr., at 8pm. Working the road and comedy scene for almost a decade, Merryfield tweaks his love/hate relationship with women into a hilarious tale that all men can relate to. Hear his original gags July 27-30. Visit loonybincomedy.com for more information.
One Way. As Americans today we are used to getting what we want or at least having the option to give our two cents. Why should theater be any different? Tulsa Project Theater brings Broadway Your Way to the John H. Williams Theater, 110 E. 2nd St., July 28-30 at 8pm and July 31 at 2pm. The Tulsa PAC has been tirelessly counting all suggestions from the Tulsa community so they can rehearse what we want to see. Rent, Wicked or Avenue Q -- you picked it Tulsa -- you have to come see it. Visit tulsapac.com for more information.
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