The Toys Are Back In Town. Skate on in to the Expo Square Pavilion, 4531 E. 21ST St. to see Woody, Buzz, Jesse and the rest of the gang for a night your kids will remember forever. Disney on Ice presents Toy Story 3. Relive all your favorite Toy Story moments and watch as this sensational cast takes fun to "infinity and beyond" at the Tulsa State Fair Sep. 29-Oct. 2. Call 918-376-6000 or go to tulsastatefair.com for more information.
Winos Welcome. Stop in to smell the roses and have some wine when the Tulsa Garden Center hosts their annual fall fundraiser. Experience 150 different extraordinary wines served under the stars while promenading through a garden full of spectacular roses. All proceeds from the fundraiser benefit Tulsa Garden Center. An Evening of Wine and Roses takes place at the Tulsa Municipal Rose Garden, 2435 S. Peoria Ave., from 7-9pm. Reservations are required and space is limited, call 918-746-5125 or visit tulsagardencenter.com for more information.
Cowboys and Outlaws. Saddle up and ride in to help preserve the history and heritage of the American West. Rope in the fun at Woolaroc Ranch and Wildlife Preserve's annual Cow Thieves and Outlaws Reunion. Enjoy some delicious food from one of numerous vendors or see Woolaroc's world famous collection of Colt firearms. Dance the night away while listening to the sweet melodies of country music artist Chuck Allen Floyd who is performing at from 6:30--10:30pm. The party is taking place at Woolaroc's Clyde Lake Pavilion, 1925 Woolaroc Ranch Rd., in Bartlesville. For more information visit woolaroc.org.
Where the Wind Comes Sweeping. Catch this whirlwind event as it blows through the Tulsa Performing Arts Center's John H. Williams Theater 110 E. 2nd St. Imani Winds is the Grammy-nominated wind quintet sweeping through the plains and the rest of the nation. This group has been hailed as one of North America's leading wind quintets due to its culturally poignant programming and genre-bending collaborations. Catch the windy works by calling 800-364-7111 or visit tulsapac.com.
Scissors and Paste. Check out Cut Copy joined by Washed Out and Midnight Magic as they rock the roof off of Cain's Ballroom, 423 N. Main St. The Australian electronic band is exciting critics and fans alike with their newest single "Blink and you'll miss a revolution." Don't miss this smashing band of misfits or an unforgettable show. Doors open at 7pm and the show starts at 8pm. Visit cainsballroom.com for more information.
For the Love of Music. Put on your best digs and head south for the TCC Community Band and Orchestra. This striking group will bring a tear to your eye without warning as they take the audience on a musical adventure. Let their talent move you as this powerful combination of talented musicians sets fire to the stage of the VanTrease Performing Arts Center of Education, 10300 E. 81st St. The show starts at 7:30pm. For more details visit tulsacc.edu.
Seasons Change. Experience the subtle beauty of the prairie in the change of seasons as expressed through the brush of Tulsa artist Anke Dodson. Dodson's unique ability to capture a sense of reality through watercolors and pastels is something which must be seen. Catch the serene scenes of her newest collection Wood and Prairie's at the Tulsa Performing Arts Center, 110 E. 2nd St. Oct. 1-30, 10am--5:30pm. For more information call 918-596-7111 or visit tulsapac.com.
Good Food and Great Stories. Relax and listen to three of Tulsa's most noteworthy artists as they put into words how art has shaped their lives at All You Need is Art. Join Rosalind Cook, Lisa Regan and Sabine Barnard at this tantalizing luncheon held at the Tulsa Country Club, 701 N. Union Ave. Hear these artists spill their guts and help out a great organization in the process. All proceeds from the event will benefit the Tulsa Girl's Art School, a place where young local girls can be inspired and enlightened to hone their artistic abilities. Call 918-949-9638 or visit tulsagirlsartschool.org for all the details.
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