POSTED ON JULY 31, 2013:
Sniff It Afterward. Head for the Oklahoma Jazz Hall of Fame tonight for the Twelfth Annual Uncorking the Cure for MS benefit. Wine from Trumph Wines, silent auctions, wine from Calistoga Cellars, hors d'oeuvres, and wine! It will cost you $100, but there's wine. And it's for a good cause -- one that's close to our hearts at UTW, too. 6-9pm.
Point your paint toward Cain's tonight at catch Randy Rogers Band up from Texas. And don't hold that against them. They didn't vote for Perry, we're pretty sure. Mike Ryan Band opens for a night of eponymous country.
Dibs On Being the Jamaican Bobsled Team. Six joints in the Brady Arts District team up for the Street School Summer Games Pub Crawl. Form a team, then deck yourselves out as Olympic athletes from the country of your choice. Don't pick America, either. That's just not original at all. From 1-5pm hit the Yeti, Hunt Club, Blu, Mason's, Caz's, and the Rusty Crane, and each team gets a pitcher at every place. Drink up, and don't worry -- no one expects you to actually be an athlete. Register in advance at streetschool.org.
Simply Having A Wonderful Christmastime. Sapulpa Community Theatre inexplicably presents the hilarious holiday installment of the Greater Tuna series, A Tuna Christmas. Running Thursdays through Sundays until August 11, the Tuna shows are always good for some laughs. Eschew Christmas sweaters, though -- they're ugly, and SCT can get pretty warm inside, even in the winter.
Close Enough for Jazz. This and every Monday in August, make your way to Whole Foods Market for Musical Mondays with Rebecca Ungerman. The Tulsa songbird performs in the New Café from 11:30am-1:30pm. There is sure to be at least one song that you know. Also, toes are guaranteed to tap.
For The Little Cowboys. Learn about the people in the wild west, then create some art like the works that are currently on display at the Gilcrease in Mini Masters: Life in the Wild West. For ages 3-6, the class is free, but advance registration is required: 918-2774. The one-hour class starts at 2pm.
As If There Weren't Enough Good Things On Brookside. There are farmers' markets dotting the city on any given day. Wednesday is the day for Brookside Tulsa to have its market, so everyone has a chance at fresh, Oklahoma-grown produce and goodies. The Brookside Farmers' Market at the Food Pyramid at E. 41st and S. Peoria Ave. runs all day from 8am-12pm.
Professor Plum in the Outhouse With a Machete. Use your best problem-solving skills and put to use all those hours spent reading Agatha Christie novels at the Harwelden Murder Mystery. Various prizes are available, and since we're not living in a one-hour comedy about a crime-solving pseudo-psychic, chances are no one will actually get murdered.
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