POSTED ON MARCH 28, 2012:
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Eye of the Beholder. Come out for one last chance to see the special exhibit from March's showcase artists Yusuf Etudaiye, of Etudaiye Pottery Studio, and award-winning Nancy Teasley. Examine the intricacies of sculpture and the brush strokes on canvas at the Dennis R. Neill Equality Center, 621 E. 4th St. Visit okeq.org for more information.
Going Green is Good. Celebrate the beauty of spring and bask in the splendor of Mother Nature at EcoFest. The 3rd annual conference and festival focuses on "Our Changing Environment: Increasing Sustainability, Empowering People." Take home a free tree, enjoy live music and take a ride on a camel. Keynote speakers are Dr. Dorcheta E. Taylor and Dr. Steve Pueppke at TCC Northeast campus, 3727 E. Apache St. 9am-3pm. Visit tulsacc.edu/ecofest for more information.
Putting Up a Fight. Stepping out of the ring for a YMCA Kids Camp benefit, the Elote Luchadors take off on foot. Line up for the 5K and bring the little ones for the fun run. Bring your luchador mask to the Downtown YMCA, 418 S. Main St., at 3pm for the Elote Luchador Run. After the jaunt around town, enjoy live music by Project Huckleberry. Visit elotetulsa.com for more information.
Lock and Load. No holster or ammo required -- Wanenmacher's Tulsa Arms Show lays down cover at the QuickTrip Center of Expo Square, 4145 E. 21st St. The world's largest gun show unveils the newest designs in handheld weaponry and showcases a few oldies but goodies March 31 and April 1. Visit tulsaarmsshow.com for more information.
Tickle the Ivories. Eighty-eight keys, two hands and one incredibly intricate composition. Two of Tulsa's finest pianists, Amy Cottingham and Ann Raphael, take on Igor Stravinsky's The Rite of Spring at the VanTrease Performing Arts Center for Education, 10300 E. 81st St. Lend an ear to Signature Symphony's last Performance Plus concert of the year at 7pm. Visit signaturesymphony.org for more information.
Pick a Key. Ten voices come together in perfect harmony for a lively -- and all out quirky -- night of a cappella melodies. Changing keys through the decades, Straight No Chaser slides onto center stage at the Bartlesville Community Center, 300 S.E. Adams Blvd., at 7:30pm. Climb "Wonderwall" and experience "Tainted Love" without the accompaniment of strings or keys. Visit bartlesvillecommunitycenter.com for more information.
Melt Away. Trapped in the frigid tundra of Wisconsin, insurance agent Mickey Prohaska is being blackmailed by an unstable locksmith. The theft of a rare violin -- which belongs to a retired farmer -- becomes the lynchpin and the madness continues to unravel as murder and deceit take hold. Tread lightly on Thin Ice at Circle Cinema, 12 S. Lewis Ave., March 30-April 5. Visit circlecinema.com for more information.
'Round We Go. After shoving corndogs, cheese fries and funnel cakes down the ol' hatch, take a turn on the tilt-o-wheel at the Crystal City & Route 66 Carnival. Let the kiddies climb aboard the carousel's Black Beauty and then try your hand at the ring toss, April 5-14. So join in the clown, carnie and cotton candy festivities at 4200 Southwest Blvd. Call 918-591-6053 for more information.or more information.
'Round We Go. After shoving corndogs, cheese fries and funnel cakes down the ol' hatch, take a turn on the tilt-o-wheel at the Crystal City & Route 66 Carnival. Let the kiddies climb aboard the carousel's Black Beauty and then try your hand at the ring toss, April 5-14. So join in the clown, carnie and cotton candy festivities at 4200 Southwest Blvd. Call 918-591-6053 for more information.
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