POSTED ON AUGUST 10, 2011:
Original Public Enemies. Lock up your pocket books and race on down to Philbrook Museum, 2727 S. Rockford Rd., to see the gun wielding, cigar smoking, bank robbing couple -- Bonnie and Clyde. Bring your own southern outlaw and cozy up as you see the tale of the South's most notorious duo at 6pm. Visit Philbrook.org for more information.
Neighborly Jaunt. Kick up those feet and get well rested to be your best for the 2011 Trailblazer 5k Run and Block Party at Centennial Park, 6th and Peoria, beginning at 6pm. Tie up those tennis shoes and gather friends and family to participate in this super fun run complete with bounce houses, music from The Usual Suspects and more. Jog your way to the finish line for a free beer and catch a glimpse of Elote's Luchadors. Visit tauw.org for more information.
Man vs. Beast. Round up your posse for a raring good time complete with dirt flying, hoof stompin' and some yee -- hawing as these rough and tough cowboys live their lives eight seconds at a time. Get in your own bucking bronco and come to the BOK Center, 200 S. Denver, August 12-14 for Professional Bull Riding. With big bulls, cowboys and crazy clowns this is the perfect night for the country in all of us. Visit bokcenter.com for more information.
Dog Dive. It's time to swim with mans best friend -- the furry ones -- August 13 at Reed Park Pool, 4233 S. Yukon, and August 14 at McClure Park Pool, 7440 E. 7th St. 1-3pm. Bring your favorite K-9 out and let them splash and race around the pool with you. Work on your summer tan as those eager pups go aquatic in Dog Pool Parties. Call 918-596-2526 for more information.
Bold Beehive. Push the envelope and do the unexpected or watch it come to fruition at Art Around Town: The Art of Hair, Ihloff Salon and Day Spa, 1876 Utica Square, Ste. 1A, at 6pm. Volunteer your own locks or someone else's to the hands of these talented stylists as they show you avant-garde styles from the past, present and future. Don't be a square, be there for style, fun, cocktails and appetizers. Visit typros.org for more information.
Song Love. If you're ready for some slightly edgy, stompy piano-based pop rock look no further. Gather some friends or lovers to hear the honest and venerable lyrics of Sara Bareilles at Cain's Ballroom, 423 N. Main St., at 7pm. Relax and sing the night away with this California native as she makes her way cross country with the Kaleidoscope Heart tour. Visit cainsballroom.com for more information.
Galloping Galore. See beautiful horses prance around at the 2011 NSBA World Championship Show at Tulsa Expo Square, 4145 E. 21st St., August 17-21. Throw on those pearl snaps and heck, maybe even your spurs as you see Appaloosas, Pintos and many more strut their stuff and compete in one or all of NSBA's many competitions. Visit nsba.com for more information.
World Wide. Australian raised Keith Urban has been landing No. 1 hits since he first moved to Nashville in 1992, a few albums and tours under his belt Urban guarantees a good show. Sway away to the BOK Center, 200 S. Denver, at 7:30pm and reserve a seat for you and your crew as this famous artist takes you away -- hopefully somewhere cooler with a cold one. Visit bokcenter.com for more information.
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