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Mon, May 10, 2021
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The annual Montmartre Sidewalk Chalk Art Festival features hundreds of artists of a variety of ages creating wonderful works of art in chalk. Tune in online to check out this year's submitted masterpieces.
WhereUniversity of Science & Arts of Oklahoma (online) View map
1727 W Alabama,
Chickasha, 73018, OK, US
Greenwood: An American Dream Destroyed examines the tragedy that took place on May 30-June 1, 1921 in the Greenwood District of Tulsa, Oklahoma. The story is told from the perspective of three generations of the Boley family, African Americans, who may have lived during that time. Theatre North is doing the play in the centennial commemoration of the 1921 Tulsa Race Massacre. Saturday, 8 p.m.; Sunday, 3 p.m.
WhereTheatre Tulsa North View map
412 N Boston Ave,
Tulsa, 74103, OK, US
Greenwood: An American Dream Destroyed tells the powerful story from the perspective of the Boley family. It examines the Tulsa Race Massacre that took place on May 30-June 1, 1921, in the Greenwood District of Tulsa, Oklahoma. Show times: Saturday, May 8 - 8 p.m. Sunday, May 9 - 3 p.m. Saturday, May 15 - 8 p.m. Saturday, May 16 - 3 p.m.
WhereTulsa Performing Arts Center View map
110 E 2nd St,
Tulsa, 74103, OK, US
Features both in-person and virtual options. The in-person event will start and finish in the Boathouse District, run along Oklahoma River Trails and visit Scissortail Park downtown. The run is open to runners and walkers of all abilities. Benefits Course for Change. Half Marathon Start Times: Wave 1 – 7:00 am (finish time less than 2:00:00) Wave 2 – 7:03 am …
WhereBoathouse District View map
608 Riversport Dr.,
Oklahoma City, OK
Features steam engines, a sawmill, gas engines, a blacksmith shop, tractors and more. See a steam-powered sawmill convert trees into the lumber, an operating blacksmith shop, daily parades and listen to live music. Kids can participate in a pedal tractor pull. In the evening hours, the steam engines put on a spark show, blowing burning cinders 50 to 60 feet into the air. Friday & Saturday, 8 a.m. - 5…
WhereSteam Engine Park View map
409 E Beck Dr,
Pawnee, 74058, OK, US
Features a new immersive experience with life-sized dinosaur fossils and animatronic models that demonstrate movement and sounds like prehistoric creatures. This interactive experience has 15 one-of-a-kind animatronic displays and 8 skeleton replicas. Learn how dinosaurs evolved over time and where they roamed as well as what the OKC Zoo is doing to fight the extinction of Oklahoma’s beloved lizard, the horny toad, also known as the Texas horned lizard. Dino…
WhereOKC Zoo View map
2000 Remington Place,
Oklahoma City, 73111, OK, US
Features jousting, birds of prey, belly dancing, juggling, fire performers, battle demos, music, historical demonstrations, pirates, Vikings, food & drink, Bagpipes, axe throwing, contests and more. Costumes encouraged.
WhereCottonwood Flats View map
308 N 5th St,
Guthrie, 73044, OK, US
Experience a rich cultural tapestry, and the beauty and grandeur of Renaissance England, right here in Oklahoma. The Oklahoma Renaissance Festival features costumed performers and artisans, Renaissance music, magic, comedy, juggling, jousting, tomfoolery, arts, food, drink, and more. You’ll be transported back to the 16th century as Castleton Village comes alive with costumed stage and street performers, merchants, and artisans. Enjoy day time events like the Queen’s Tea, the Royal…
WhereThe Castle of Muskogee View map
3400 West Fern Mountain Rd,
Muskogee, 74401, OK, US
Tulsa International Mayfest will feature an array of multi-disciplined arts from dance, music and visual arts. The outdoor area of Mayfest includes fine arts, crafts, three stages of performing artists and great festival food. In addition to the outdoor space, Mayfest also has four indoor galleries. Mayfest also features KidZone, a hands-on art activity area for children.
WhereDowntown Tulsa View map
3rd & Main,
Tulsa, OK, US
The museum is celebrating their newest exhibition "Moving Vision" by offering a late-night museum experience for all to enjoy. Every Friday, enjoy the diverse galleries until 8 p.m. Make it a family affair by taking advantage of free children's admission for kids 17 and under.
WhereOklahoma City Museum of Art View map
415 Couch Dr,
Oklahoma City, 73102, OK, US
Explore your creative side, practice different techniques and skills, and be inspired by the artwork in the galleries and gardens, while gathering with fellow artist and art lovers. Borrow drawing materials from Visitor Services Desk in the Museum Lobby (while supplies last) or bring your own.
WhereNational Cowboy & Western Heritage Museum View map
1700 NE 63rd St,
Oklahoma City, 73111,
Admission includes basic skate rental. Family Night Package $29 Includes: Admission, Skate Rental, Pizza, & Drinks for up to 5 family members. Thursdays, 6 - 9 p.m.; Sundays, 6 - 8 p.m.
WhereSkate Galaxy OKC View map
5800 NW 36th Street,
Oklahoma City, 73122, OK
Features Christy Bryant and Kristen Stehr and the Cadillac Blues Assembly.
WhereBelle Isle Restaurant and Brewery 2nd Level Live View map
1900 Northwest Expressway,
Oklahoma City, 73118, OK, US