Worth The Drive

Tuesday 10/27/20

Halloween Photo Scavenger Hunt on Route 66!

Halloween Photo Scavenger Hunt on Route 66Image Provided By: Reed Park/Tulsa Parks

Live Music at The Chalkboard with Cristo 6pm-9pm, Live Music in the Dining Room with Lori Selby and Paul & Alex Cristo.

Dog Costume Contest at Heirloom Rustic Ales 3pm-8pm

The Whit Pop Up at American Solera 5pm-9pm, grab some dinner and have a beer in our socially distanced taproom or on the patio.

Wednesday 10/28/20

Patio Concert Series: klokdike5 at Mother Road Market 5pm-8pm This five-piece string band entertains with a bluegrass heart. Playing original tunes as well as time-honored standards, the band consists of guitar, fiddle, bass, banjo and percussion, and three-part harmonies. klokdike5 converses playfully with the audience to create a comfortable atmosphere and keeps the music going with interesting lyrics that will fit the casual feel of your Patio. They have been performing around these parts since 2005. Young and older alike, dig the k5. Patio Concert Series made possible by Play Tulsa Music and the Tulsa Office of Film, Music, Arts & Culture: www.facebook.com/TulsaFMAC


Thursday 10/9/20

Tombstone Tales at Belvidere Mansion-Rogers County Historical Society 5pm-9pm, A spooky, historical, guided walking tour through the cemetery, listening to tales of the lives beneath the tombstones. We will share stories of Claremore's most interesting citizens. Then, head to The Belvidere Mansion to enjoy a Halloween-themed dinner in a historic atmosphere. (Thursday and Friday). $5-$30 see event link for details.

Friday 10/30/20


On Fri, Oct 30 & Sat, Oct 31 the non-profit Circle Cinema presents an outdoor screening of Nosferatu (1922) with a live, improvised score by world renowned musicians Brian Haas & Mike Dillon plus special guests. Seating at 7:30 PM, film at 8:00 PM. Tickets $20, available at CircleCinema.org. Join Circle Cinema for a unique Halloween outdoor event with the 1922 silent horror classic Nosferatu accompanied by a new original live score. World-renowned jazz musicians Brian Haas and Mike Dillon, with other special guests, will provide an improvised soundtrack to the silent film. The event will set up in the back parking lot off Admiral & Gillette, shown on Circle's new 20’ outdoor screen. Seats will be socially distanced, and bringing a blanket or coat is recommended to enjoy the evening film. The concession stand with Tulsa’s best popcorn will also be open.

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