POSTED ON NOVEMBER 16, 2011:
Too Hot to Handle. Cool off at the chance to see some of Tulsa's hottest firefighters and help benefit the Tulsa Firefighter Educational Program. Gather the girls and enjoy Ladies Night Out at The SpiritBank Event Center, 10441 S. Regal Blvd. Bid on the steamin' studs for a night on the town beginning at 5:30pm. So grab your calendar and have it signed while having your picture taken with Tulsa's hottest. For more information call 918-369-9360 or visit spiritbankeventcenter.com.
A who-done-it of frightful proportions terrifies patrons at Dave and Buster's, 6812 105th E. Ave., beginning at 8pm. Perch on the edge of your chair for latest show by the Murder Mystery Players, Bubba's Killer Grits. Stomach a three-course meal while the Bubba and friends Sherlock their way through the evening. Call 918-449-3100 for more information.
Handmade Heaven. Stroll through the QuikTrip Center at Expo Square, 4145 E. 21st St., for three days of arts, crafts, quilts and collectibles. Pick up handmade pottery or finely crafted furniture from some of the region's most talented craftsmen. An Affair of the Heart of Tulsa kicks off Nov. 18 and showcases artisans through Nov. 20. Visit heartoftulsa.com for more information.
High Stepping. Groove, sway, tap and jam with a local sensation and musical connoisseur at The Jazz Depot, 111 E. 1st St. An Evening with Janet Rutland brings the Great American Songbook to life through Tulsa's pop, jazz and country vocalist. So get all gussied up and wear your dancing shoes as Rutland takes you through the decades at Tulsa's downtown jazz hall. Visit okjazz.org for more information.
Making History. Tour the great American tales of filmmaking in These Amazing Shadows. Culturally significant films like Casablanca, Blazing Saddles and West Side Story have been meticulously preserved and maintained through The National Film Registry. See the inner-workings and significance of the Registry at Circle Cinema, 12 S. Lewis., through Nov. 24. Visit circlecinema.com for more information.
Go Parking. The changing colors and increasingly cool breeze serve as dire reminders that winter is just over the horizon. The frost will soon set in and outdoor adventures will become laden with heavy wool sweaters and thick socks. So cozy up by the river and enjoy the fleeting fall at Blue Rose Café. Catch the rockin' tunes of Crossland Duo while downing a cold brew under the neon rose. Visit bluerosecafetulsa.com for more information.
Tis the Season. Turkey comas and family football fights mean that Christmas is just around the corner. Blow up Santas and towering trees will soon cover lawns and living rooms. For those who are dying to kick off Christmas before the Thanksgiving turkey is fully cooked, swing by Rhema, 1025 W. Kenosha St., in Broken Arrow for Turn On the Switch. Get the first glimpse of the massive light display at 5:30pm. Visit rhema.org for more information.
Get Iced. Put the turkey away, bundle up the kids, record the football game and head out to the BOK Center, 200 S. Denver, for a puck-flying, stick-slapping good time. The Tulsa Oilers take on the Laredo Bucks for a cold Thanksgiving Day treat. So lace up your skates and get your game face on -- the Oilers get slick at 7:05pm. Visit bokcenter.com for more information.
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