Worth The Drive 9/12/17

Drew's Top Picks for Entertainment in Tulsa

There's so much fun to be had in Tulsa...even on a TUESDAY! There's always something to do that's Worth The Drive! 

Lie To Me in The Ballroom Johnny Lang and Guthrie Brown at Cain's Ballroom Tickets available at the door $28-$43, All Ages, Doors at 7pm, Show at 8pm

Bookish? Literary Variety Show at Blackbird on Pearl hosted by Booksmart Tulsa. Enjoy a wild evening of fiction, poetry, drinks, music, and more! Special guest: Zachary Schomburg- poet, novelist, illustrator, teacher, and the publisher and editor of Octopus Books.

By Candlelight Tuesday Evening Candlelight Yoga hosted by Cherry Street Yoga $10-$15 donation 

Circle This One ONE NIGHT ONLY! May it Last: a Portrait of the Avett Brothers at Circle Cinema Not Rated/Documentary 7:00pm and 7:05pm

Wednesday

Jammy Jams That Jam at Utopia 21+, Open Jam, Backline provided, Join Tulsa's FREESTYLE FUSION JAM! 9pm

As You Wish FREE MOVIE on the LAWN at Elwoods: The Princess Bride (PG) 8pm-10pm

Post Pink Floyd David Gilmour: Live at Pompeii at Circle Cinema Not Rated/Documentary 7:30pm

Thursday

Get Crafty Tulsa Botanic Garden Craft Night: Nature Collages 5pm-8pm Channel your creativity by making a nature collage sun catcher. Sample some hibiscus tea during this drop-in activity for all ages. Materials fee $2 for members; $3 for non-members.Tulsa Botanic Garden is open Tuesday through Sunday from 10am to 5pm, and Thursday evenings until 8pm through Nov. 2. Watch the calendar at www.tulsabotanic.org for special events and times!Admission prices are FREE for Garden members; $8 for ages 13+; $4 for ages 3–12. Children 2 and under are free. For map/directions, visit http://www.tulsabotanic.org/location. For more information, call 918-289-0330.

Friday

With Honor POW ☆ MIA Remembrance Day Concert at Ed's Hurricane Lounge Contingency Plan and Black Jellybean and The Peeps will play their hearts out for you as we celebrate the lives and remember the brave men and women who have suffered as prisoners of war, gone missing and given their lives while in service to our country. The 5th District VFW Honor Guard will post colors and play bugle at 7:30pm. Music begins at 8pm, 21+, Free admission

WORTH THE DRIVE HELPS

It is the responsibility of the The 5th District VFW Honor Guard to provide the proper military honors at the funerals of our area service men and women.  The Honor Guard makes the funeral a respectful, honorable experience for the fallen soldier and their family.  They are are responsible for the rifle salutes, taps and folding/presenting of the flag. They're asked to help with funerals all over Northeastern Oklahoma, sometimes even Missouri, Kansas and Arkansas. These Honor Guard veterans work six days a week and sometimes perform several funerals a day on a totally volunteer basis. The Honor Guard travels over 10,000 miles per year and are currently without a vehicle. First, a freak accident damaged their existing van and while it was sitting waiting for repair, was damaged and called a total loss in the 2017 Tulsa Tornado.  Please donate HERE or email larryhill151@cox.net to help provide the 5th District VFW Honor Guard with transportation to perform their duties for our fallen soldiers and their families.

Email Drew.McKenna@scripps.com to submit your upcoming events for consideration. 

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