Tulsa Ballet continues its season with Signature Series, a triple-bill performance featuring three choreographers, which will include two world premieres. Performances will be at the company’s Studio K venue.
It’s time for the Big Spring Clean, hosted by the M.e.t. and Cox Media Group at Expo Square. Bring e-waste, plastic bags, paper for shredding, tires and medication to this drive-thru event.
Catch grappling action live from local and regional universities as the BOK Center hosts the Big 12 Wrestling Championship.
The Greater Tulsa Home and Garden Show, organized by the Home Builders Association of Tulsa, returns for four days of home improvement inspiration at Expo Square’s River Spirit Expo.
She Makes Art, an all-female juried art show and sale, opens at Liggett Studios. Featured artists live in a 50-mile radius of Tulsa and create a variety of art forms.
Balancing work, life and family this year has been a challenge. 36 Degrees North hosts a virtual discussion about how stress has possibly affected your business, while learning practical, usable techniques to nurture your personal and professional self.
Join a virtual panel of experts, artists and policy makers for a discussion on the topic of “Missing and Murdered Indigenous Women,” part of a series of programming surrounding Gilcrease Museum’s exhibit “Weaving History into Art: The Enduring Legacy of Shan Goshorn” on display through March 28.
The Tulsa Oilers hit the ice to take on the Wichita Thunder at the BOK Center. Matches also March 20 and 21 against Allen Americans, and March 31 against Kansas City Mavericks.
Philbrook Museum of Art opens “From the Limitations of Now,” which examines America’s past and envisions change in the country’s future.
Author Mira Jacob discusses her book “Good Talk,” which explores how we talk about race, sexuality and love. Tulsa Library Trust hosts this Q&A over Zoom.
Support over 100 local merchants by shopping at the new TulsaGo Market, featuring makers, goods, services and food vendors — all in one spot — at Central Park Hall at Expo Square.
Writer Susan Sontag is the subject of Pulitzer Prize-winner Benjamin Moser’s book, “Susan Sontag: Her Life and Work.” Moser will discuss his biography at a free, virtual event hosted by Magic City Books.
Oklahoma Aquarium partnered with Tulsa Symphony Orchestra to create “Symphony by the Sea,” a virtual field trip to learn about aquatic animals and habitats while listening to selected musical ensembles.
Little Lies, a tribute to Fleetwood Mac, takes the stage of the Venue Shrine for one night only.
Take a self-guided, 1.5-mile hike during the Full Moon Nature Hike at Tulsa Botanic Garden. S’mores kits, hot cider and other beverages will be available for purchase after your walk, with fire pits nearby.
All events happening at Cain’s Ballroom.
The Damn Quails (two shows)
Casey Donahew (two acoustic shows)
Randall King (two shows)