Painting Pretty. Stroll to Brady District's cozy art bar, Club 209, 209 S. Boulder Ave., to get a final glimpse at the September gallery exhibit. Kim Starkey's acrylic on canvas works are on display. See the Pin UP Graffiti pieces with adult beverage in hand or a piping hot latte. Visit club209tulsa.com for more information.
Drink the Potion. Remix a classic Shakespearean tale in Romeo and Winifred. The age-old romance of Romeo and Juliet lands on its head and spins an outrageously funny story. This groovy take on Shakespeare's classic will have the whole family rolling on the floor laughing. Catch this laugh-out-loud comedy at the Spotlight Theater, 1381 Riverside Dr., Sept. 23-25. For reservations and ticket pricing call 918-587-5030 or visit spotlighttheater.org
Gulp and Guzzle. Get your drink on at McNellie's Harvest Beer Festival at the name-sake pub, 409 E. 1st St. Sip on 30 different craft beers and speak to some of the regions best brewers. This event is open to everyone 21 and older. McNellie's will be closing down Elgin between 1st St. and the railroad tracks for the drinking festivities from 12-10pm. Call 918-382-7468 or go to mcnellies.com for more information.
Quad Call. Sing along and enjoy a night of musical pleasure at An Evening With the Vespers. These sirens of song are performing their musical talents at the Mark and Debbie Haskell's Downtown Space in Bartlesville, 115 Frank Phillips Blvd. Groove, jive and jam with this group of four as they show off their youthful soul from 5:30 to 8:30pm. Visit okmozart.com for more information.
Fall Frenzy. Get up close and personal with local artist Allie Jensen as she displays Narratives and Close-Ups at a September showing. The Oklahomans for Equality Showcase and Exhibit is going on at the Dennis R. Neill Equality Center 621 E. 4th St. Jensen's latest works will help ease you into the cool, breezy, leaf-changing, sweater-wearing season of fall. Visit okeq.org for more information.
Not in Kansas. Travel the yellow brick road, weave through the Emerald City and beware the flying monkeys at Robson Performing Arts Center, 101 E. Stuart Roosa, in Claremore. The classic tale comes to life as Dorothy, Scarecrow, Tin Man and the Lion travel through Oz to find the Wizard. Get caught up in the twister of The Wizard of Oz on at 7pm. Call 918-699-7390 for more information.
Snapshot of Time. Drive cross-state with Joshua Blevins Peck as he snaps some of Oklahoma's oldest and most renowned movie theaters. Dead Cinema comes to life at Circle Cinema, 10 S. Lewis Ave., through Oct. 2. Meet Peck on Sept. 27 at an open house or mosey through the gallery after watching a Circle flick. Visit circlecinema.com for more information.
Get Carried Away. Grab a mega ride pass and head down the Tulsa State Fair where you can unzip on the zipper, relax on the Ferris wheel or watch Stars Go Dim on the Oklahoma stage. Check out all your fair favorites and all the rides, games, food and fun your can handle beginning Sept. 29 through Oct. 9 at the Tulsa Fair Grounds at 21st St. and Yale Ave. See a list of events and other attractions at tulsastatefair.com
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