POSTED ON MAY 16, 2012:
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Mad Woman. Want to spend your evening with the likes of Don Draper and Roger Sterling? Us too, but you can spend your night with the set director of not only Mad Men but also There Will Be Blood and American Pie. Film and TV set director Amy Wells will be discussing her silver screen adventures at Philbrook Museum, 2727 S. Rockford Rd. Cocktail hour, featuring Mad Men inspired drinks, starts at 6pm. For more info visit philbrook.org
Bar Crawl. Don't stay in when you can spend your Friday night at the Gray Snail Saloon, 1334 E. 15th St. The Gray Snail is celebrating their 10th anniversary in style. Enjoy an evening of cold drinks, music, socializing and fun. Sounds a lot better than Law & Order SVU reruns, doesn't it? For more info call 918-587-7584.
People Games. Are you serious about Disc Golf? Got an awesome throw? Then enter the 3rd Annual Tulsa Am Jam hosted by the Tulsa Disc Sports Association, May 19-20. Twenty-five percent of all entry fees will go to the Tulsa Society for the Prevention of Cruelty to Animals. The hole-in-one prize is a whopping $5,000 split between the player and the SPCA. Golfers can play at Haikey, Hunter, Dovillio and McClure Parks. For more info visit tulsaspca.org.
Sounds Fancy. Enjoy the sounds of the Amici New York String Quartet live in concert. Sponsored by OK MOZART, the Quartet will be performing at Mark & Debbie Haskell's Downtown Space, 115 Frank Phillips Blvd., Bartlesville. Tickets are $20 in advance and $25 the day of. Doors open at 6:30 and refreshments will be provided. Visit okmozart.com for more info.
Real Love. Venture out Monday night to see Shooting Star by Steven Dietz at Henthrone Performing Arts Center, 4825 S. Quaker Ave. This romantic comedy is sure to put you in a good mood. The story begins when two college lovers are reunited by chance at an airport where they're snowed in. Directed by Julie Tattershall, the show starts at 7:30pm. For tickets and more info visit cityoftulsa.org/henthronepac.
From Farm to Town. Soak up the beautiful spring weather and do your grocery shopping at the Downtown Farmers' Market, located at William's Green, 3rd and Boston Ave. Pick up all your grocery store staples from fresh Oklahoma produce to honey, meats and body lotions and potions. Support local farms from 10:30am-2pm every Tuesday. Visit facebook.com/Tulsa-downtown-farmers-market for more info.
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No Crickets Here. Checkout local musicians Grazzhopper, playing at Tree House, 1738 S. Boston Ave. If you enjoy the Avett Brothers, banjos and beards, you'll love this folk duo. James and the Devil & Sunday open the evening at 8pm. Choose from 60 different kinds of beer, and cocktails to accompany your evening of music and fun. Listen responsibly.
Signs of Tulsa. Take a gander at artist Heathyr Chenoweth's newest exhibit, Seasoned City, at the Circle Cinema, 10 S. Lewis Ave. The art featured is all Tulsa-centric and showcases the city's beautiful and unique architecture and signs. Chenoweth is donating 25 percent of all painting sales to the Kendall Whittier Main Street and will be giving away a piece as a door prize. The reception, with refreshments catered by La Boca Loca, will run from 5:30-7:30pm. For more info visit heathyrchenoweth.com
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