Jurassic Quest

Travel back in time millions of years at Jurassic Quest inside the Cox Business Convention Center on Sept. 10-12.

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Get in a tropical state of mind with a trip to paradise at “Escape to Margaritaville,” a musical featuring hits from Jimmy Buffett, at the Tulsa Performing Arts Center.

Is that a hurricane warning I hear? The University of Tulsa Golden Hurricane opens its season at Chapman Stadium against the University of California-Davis Aggies.

Find your next treasure as the Tulsa Flea Market returns to the River Spirit Expo at Expo Square. 

Have a ball as FC Tulsa takes on the Indy Eleven for a match at ONEOK Field. Games also Sept. 11, 18.

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Be mesmerized as the dancers from the Ballet of Puerto Rico perform at the Holland Hall Walker Arts Center.

Travel back in time millions of years at Jurassic Quest inside the Cox Business Convention Center. Attendees will see more than 100 life-like dinosaurs, rides, interactive science and art activities, photo opportunities and much more.

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Hear about the fascinating life of Oklahoma’s Kate Barnard as author Connie Cronley discusses her new book “A Life on Fire” at Tulsa Historical Society and Museum.

Learn tips and how-tos for prepping your vegetable garden so it’s ready for next spring at the Tulsa County Master Gardeners’ virtual Lunch and Learn. 

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Peruse dramatic photographs inspired by films by director Wes Anderson as Philbrook Museum of Art opens its latest exhibit, “This is an Adventure: Accidentally Wes Anderson.” Continues through Jan. 2.

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Opa! Drive through the 60th anniversary Tulsa Greek Festival at Holy Trinity Greek Orthodox Church and indulge in culinary delights like gyros, baklava and saganaki. Enjoy Greek music and dancing while you’re in line.

17-19 

Journey to the Highlands without getting on a plane. Scotfest returns to the Broken Arrow Events Complex for three days of games, music and food.

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In need of some retail therapy? Visit more than 100 local storefronts and nearly 60 pop-up vendors during the inaugural TulsaGo Small Business Crawl. Buy a $10 pass and take advantage of more than $6,000 in special offers and discounts.

Gathering Place hosts Poppa Foster and the Grits, Mark Gibson Trio and And Then There Were Two for a night of non-stop music on the Great Lawn.

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Ten short films make up the Manhattan Short Film Festival, and Circle Cinema is hosting a screening so Tulsa audience can join in voting for their favorite pictures.

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Join the community outdoor potluck and jazz performance at Vernon A.M.E Church. Pianist Christopher Parker and vocalist Kelley Hurt will play “No Tears Suite” to honor the 64th anniversary of Little Rock Central High School’s desegregation.

Rather than the crack of a bat, hear the tapping of kegs as the 11th annual McNellie’s Harvest Beer Festival goes down at ONEOK Field.  

Peppa Pig and friends go camping during Peppa Pig Live! Peppa’s Pig Adventure at the BOK Center.

30-Oct. 10

Eleven days of entertainment, rides, food and fun return as the Tulsa State Fair returns to Expo Square.

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