Anger Management. Addicted to Angry Birds? Bring the game to life at Zarrow Regional Library, 2224 W. 51st St., when you Geek Out on Angry Birds, 6-7pm. Create your own birds and build working catapults to launch them into the stratosphere. Teens and tweens take aim at the green pigs, knocking them out to score big. You've got the app conquered, but how will you fare when you meet the birds face to face? Visit tulsalibrary.org for more information.
Ticket to Ride. Hitch a ride to the TAC Gallery, 9 E. Brady, to see artist Michael Cooper's contribution to this year's New Genre Festival. In Transit takes you on a ride through New York City's subway system, featuring portraits of commuters as they embark on their daily journey. Compare Tulsa's transportation to the Big Apple's in his black and white photographs and video presentations. The exciting opening reception is tonight, 5-7pm, but the exhibit runs through March 24. Visit tacgallery.org for more information.
Feathered Friends. If birds make your heart soar, show your colorful self at this event. Spread your wings and fly to the Spring Fling Bird Fair at Green Country Event Center, 12000 E. 31st St., 9am-5pm. Marvel at the impressive sampling of a variety of birds, and check out the many vendors selling cages, toys, food and more. Learn how to take better care of your pet, meet other bird lovers and stock up on goodies for your little friend. Visit okbirds.com for more information.
Here Comes the Bride. You've been dreaming of this day since you were a little girl. Even with all those amazing ideas about your fairytale dress, the perfect location and the stunning cake, you'll need some help along the way. The Perfect Wedding Guide Bridal Show at the Tulsa Convention Center, 100 Civic Center, is the best way to gaze at everything from dresses to décor, all under one roof, starting at 12pm. After today, the wedding you always imagined will simply fall into place. Visit tulsaconvention.com for more information.
Let Me Be Your Neighbor. Join Mayor Dewey Bartlett and City Councilors as they discuss current issues at McClure Park Recreation Center, 7449 E. 7th St., 5:30pm. City Hall in Your Neighborhood allows Tulsans to come face to face with city leaders, sharing concerns and getting to know them better. Bring your love of our city and your pressing questions, and be the change you wish to see. Visit cityoftulsa.org for more information.
Love of the Land. Don't let current crises like diabetes and obesity slash your hopes for a healthy future. Ben Yahola will inspire restoration of wellbeing with his thoughts on indigenous food sustainability at Central Library, 400 Civic Center, 6-7pm. He shares food sovereignty efforts on all levels -- local, national and international. His initiative works by using sustainable agriculture, community involvement and educational programs. Call 918-549-7323 for more information.
Country Crooner. Prolific songwriter and multiple Grammy nominee Michael Martin Murphey serenades in a solo acoustic performance at Tulsa Little Theatre, 151 S. Delaware, 7:30pm. Presented by Tulsa Roots Music, the concert celebrates Murphey's four decades in the music industry. Ya'll don't want to miss the unique sounds he creates, influenced by country, rock and folk music. Visit tulsarootsmusic.org for more information.
Classic Fun. Join Wilbur, Charlotte, Fern and the gang and relive a childhood favorite as Charlotte's Web is set to music at Cascia Hall Performing Arts Center, 2520 S. Yorktown. The middle school kids sing favorites like "Who Says We Can't Be Friends," bringing joy to everyone in attendance. The story and the lovely characters created by E.B. White will come flooding back to you. Visit casciahall.org for more information.
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