POSTED ON MARCH 21, 2012:
In Living Color. All artists have a soft side. Get in touch with yours at the Architectural and Landscape Watercolor Workshop with Tulsa artist Nancy Harkins, hosted by Bartlesville Art Association. Geared toward beginners and intermediate-level students, this workshop is your one-way ticket to watercolor wowing. Let your creativity run wild March 22-24 at the Art Center in Johnstone Park, 102 N. Cherokee, Bartlesville. From 9am-4pm every day. Call 918-285-0660 for more information.
Opera Rocks. If you're on the cutting edge, but also have an appreciation for the traditional, there's a good chance you are a fan of rock opera and the Trans-Siberian Orchestra. With some of the best progressive rock around, this group is all about raising the bar. You can raise your lighters at The Joint at Hard Rock Casino, 777 W. Cherokee St., Catoosa, 8pm. Visit hardrockcasinotulsa.com for more information.
Slam Dunk. Grab a giant foam finger, a basketball loving friend and some nachos. The Tulsa 66ers take on the Iowa Energy at Tulsa Convention Center, 100 Civic Center, 7pm. Tickets start at just $10, so there's no excuse to miss these pros play before they hit the big league. Visit tulsaconvention.com for more information.
Lovestruck. Help raise money for Sapulpa Community Theatre, 124 S. Water St., and see a lovely play while you're at it. March 23-25, 30-31 and Apr. 1, Sapulpa Community Theatre presents Love Letters, the charming story of Andrew Makepeace Ladd, III and Melissa Gardner. Follow their love which started in childhood and continued throughout their lives. Bonus: Certain showings include a wine and cheese reception. Call 918-227-2169 for more information.
Next Chapter. This event is for the history buff and the book worm alike. Join Teresa Adwan, a local attorney, lecturer and community leader, as she reviews Ron Chernow's Washington: A Life at Aaronson Auditorium at Center Library, 400 Civic Center. From 12:10-12:50pm adults and teens can discover the many reasons to read this book. Let's not forget our roots. Visit tulsalibrary.org for more information.
Play Ball! Would you sell your soul to the devil so your favorite team could win a championship? Maybe you've just considered it once or twice. Watch what happens when the ultimate baseball fan gets the chance at the Bartlesville Community Center, 300 SE Adams Blvd., 7:30pm. Any true sports fan can relate to Damn Yankees and any Broadway buff would want to be in the front row for this musical comedy that won seven Tony Awards. Call 918-337-8086 for more information.
Launch Pad. Are you ready for the highest quality musical and cultural experience Oklahoma has to offer? Kick off the new season of wonderful concert experiences at the OK Mozart Launch Party at Bartlesville Community Center, 300 SE Adams, 5:30pm. Featuring music by Jo Hemian Jazz Syndicate, this is the start of many great shows to come. Call 918-336-9800 for more information.
Yee-haw! From cooking to home school and blogging to motherhood, Ree Drummond, aka the Pioneer Woman, does it all. Tonight she brings her southern charm to Cain's Ballroom, 423 S. Main St., to sign copies of her new cookbook, Food from My Frontier, at 6pm. P-Dub (as she calls herself) is a popular lady, so get there early -- seating is limited. Visit cainsballroom.com for more information.
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