Calendar: October 2017
This month's can't-miss events
Art on Main
Tulsa Together gathers small groups to discuss race and faith at Braden Park Baptist Church.
The Oklahoma City Thunder plays against the Houston Rockets during the NBA Preseason series at the BOK Center.
Opa! The sights, sounds and tastes of the Tulsa Greek Festival should not be missed at Holy Trinity Greek Orthodox Church.
The Halloween Festival runs Fridays and Saturday nights at the Castle at Muskogee. Through Oct. 28
“It’s not unusual” to get excited for Tom Jones at River Spirit Casino’s Paradise Cove.
Don’t miss the screams at Guthrie Green’s viewing of “Friday the 13th.”
Join gamers, fans, developers and industry leaders at the XPO Game Festival at the Cox Business Center. Through Oct. 15
The award-winning Art on Main will celebrate Oklahoma art, music and wine on Main Street in Jenks.
Hear the clink of steins and the aroma of bratwurst at Oktoberfest at River West Festival Park.
It’s time to two-step as the Josh Abbott Band heats up Cain’s Ballroom.
Be swept away by a classic tale of love and redemption at Tulsa Opera’s performance of “Faust” at the Tulsa PAC.
Signature Symphony at TCC honors the vast musical influence of Sir Andrew Lloyd Webber, Sir Elton John and Sir Paul McCartney in “Music of the Knights.”
Listen and learn from renowned authors and industry professionals at the Nimrod Write Night and Conference for Readers and Writers at the Tulsa Garden Center and the University of Tulsa.
Find charming antiques, clothing, handmade treasures and more at Vintage Market Days at the Creek County Fairgrounds in Kellyville.
The Weeknd brings his Starboy: Legend of the Fall Tour to the BOK Center.
Tulsa Town Hall hosts a luncheon with Dr. Bennet Omalu, the first to diagnose chronic brain damage in NFL athletes.
Bring your bag for tricks and treats at Tulsa Zoo’s HallowZOOeen.
Meet mermaids and pirates at HallowMarine at the Oklahoma Aquarium.
The Tulsa Nightwriters Club presents its second Craft of Writing conference for aspiring writers at Martin Regional Library.
Tulsa Symphony performs Tchaikovsky’s emotional Symphony No. 6, the “Pathétique,” at the Tulsa PAC.
Trick-or-treat with merchants at the Farm Shopping Center.