POSTED ON NOVEMBER 9, 2011:
Eagles Land. Dance your way down to Tahlequah to see an unforgettable performance by the Dancing Eagles. This family performs traditional Native American dances throughout Oklahoma. Come and help honor American Indian Heritage Month at Northeastern State University and enjoy a variety of different traditional dances as well as traditional story telling. The event is held at the W. Roger Webb Educational Technology Center, 610 N. Grand Ave., at 7pm. For more information contact the Center for Tribal Studies at 918-444-4350.
A Proven Pounding. Have a ball at the Tulsa Convention Center, 100 Civic Center Dr., as the hilarious Paula Poundstone takes to the stage armed with nothing more than a stool, a microphone and a can of diet Pepsi. Be prepared to laugh till your cheeks hurt while listening to her comedic brilliance at the show starting at 7:30pm. Doors open at 6:30pm. Visit tulsaconvention.com for more information.
Aviation Celebration. Join the Spirit of Tulsa Squadron of the Commemorative Air Force for Wings Over Tulsa. This rare and interesting look at flight and the machines which have made it possible will be held at the Tulsa Tech Riverside Campus, 801 E. 91st St. Check out vintage airplanes, military vehicles and classic cars while on display and performing fly-bys from 9am to 3pm. For tickets pricing and other information visit caftulsa.org.
Man Bites Dog. Check out The Dog House, 1101 S. Detroit Ave., for their first ever Weinerfest. Bring your lawn chairs and experience a dog of a good time Nov. 11-13. Enjoy this free, three day show which features some pretty amazing bands including Ego Culture, Sam and the Styles, RL Jones, Fiddlebacks (pictured), The Move and so many more. For more information about this event and a complete list of the bands attending visit doghousetulsa.com.
Re-Energize. Catch Creations in concert with Float Face Down, Redeemer, Deserters and Vonnegut at the Enerje Event Centre, 9341 N. 129th E. Ave. This concert will have everyone in a rockin' uproar with a hint of metal and a lot of sound. For more information about the show and info about tickets visit owassofirst.com or call 918-272-5219.
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Dancing Down Yellow Brick. Bringing back memories of a beloved childhood musical, Broadway in Bartlesville performs The Wizard of OZ. Join Dorothy, Toto and friends as the whole family sits back and prepares to be dazzled by breathtaking special effects and classic songs. Catch this spell binding show at the Bartlesville Community Center, 300 S.E. Adams Blvd., in Bartlesville. For tickets and other information visit bartlesvillecommunitycenter.com
Maize. Follow the leader and see Korn as they bring their classic alternative metal rock sound to Tulsa's own Brady Theater, 105 W. Brady St. The Path Of Totality Tour featuring Korn, Datsik, Downlink and Dope D.O.D. will have you blown away. Catch this show at 8pm. For tickets and more information visit bradytheater.com.
Twinkle Toes. The Great Russian Nutcracker is a Christmas time staple which has been touring across North America for the last 19 years. See this astounding performance as it hits the stage at Mabee Center's Johnston Theatre, 7777 South Lewis Ave. The Sugar Plum Fairies take flight as the Prince takes on the Mouse King. This legendary whimsical fantasy will begin at 7:30pm. For tickets and pricing visit mabeecenter.com/events.
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