OPEN MIC at The Coffee House on Cherry Street 7pm (Hosted by Cherry Street Poets) Tonight's Theme "March Forth".

 

They Shall Not Grow Old at Circle Cinema 8pm, Peter Jackson directs this homage to the British troops of the First World War with never-before-seen-footage of soldiers as they faced the fear and uncertainty of front line battle in Belgium. Digitally remastered and now in color, the footage has been studied by lip reading experts whose transcripts were recorded and used as audio for the film. Overlayed by a narrative of those who partook in the war from interviews made in the 1960s and 1970s, this historic revisiting marks one hundred years since the end of the Great War. (R)-Documentary 

 

Mother Road Market Book Drive 10am-9pm (Collecting Children's Books During the month of March)
- Collecting gently used & new books
- Collecting books for children aged birth-5 years old only

DROP OFF LOCATIONS: Books can be dropped off at Mother Road Market. Donation boxes will be placed at the front and rear entrances in the atrium.

WHAT: Mother Road Market is organizing a month long book drive aimed to help families get access to books to read to their children in our underserved communities in and around Tulsa.

OUR PARTNERS: We have partnered with Reach Out & Read, Tulsa Educare, Tulsa World, Magic City Books, Tulsa Teens Unite for Literacy, and the Talking is Teaching Campaign (GKFF).

OUR GOAL: 3,000 books

- Donate a book!

 

(FAT) Tuesday 

 

Mardi Gras party at The Max! Party at The Max after The Mardi Gras parade in The Blue Dome District..
Tunes provided by the fabulous Afistaface!
Beads/Drink Specials/Dancing
What more could you ask for?
No cover//21+ 

 

 

WindSync at Gathering Place 7pm-8pm, Join us for a FREE performance featuring WindSync in the Williams Lodge of Gathering Place!

WindSync is a collective of five outstanding North American wind musicians who come together as performers, educators, and community-builders. WindSync concerts are intimate, joyful, and thoughtfully programmed with people and places in mind. The quintet eliminates the "fourth wall" by performing from memory, connecting quickly and memorably with audiences. Recent winners of the Concert Artists Guild and Fischoff competitions, they approach their mixed repertory of wind quintets and arrangements with the highest level of artistic dedication.

 

Wednesday 

Collective Improv. Jam Night with Host Nicholas Foster at Duet Jazz Club 9pm-12am, Come enjoy an evening of improvised music with Nicholas Foster and a star-studded band, including:

Matt Magerkurth
Sarah Maud
Mark Southerland
Stephen Schultz
Malachi Burgess
and more!

Free show! 

 

David Dondero at Bound for Glory w Dave Dean, Eric S, Kris Rose 7pm-10pm, "David Dondero has earned over-the-top accolades in the press, but wouldn't mind doing without them.

Most artists would kill to have NPR put them on its list of the 10 Best Living Songwriters. But David Dondero kind of hates it.

'I wish they never would have written that,' says the altogether unpretentious Minnesota native of his inclusion among the likes of Bob Dylan, Tom Waits, Bruce Springsteen and Sufjan Stevens. 'People say like, "Oh wow, how great that you could get that kind of press." But then some people come out to shows thinking it's going to be like that, and it's not, and then they're highly disappointed. And it kind of makes me ashamed of myself, because I can't play like those guys. I just do what I do very simply, and that's it.'

It's true: Dondero doesn't really sound like any of those artists. Nor, for that matter, does he sound all that much like Woody Guthrie, Townes Van Zandt, or any of the other less-than-living singer-songwriters to which the former carpenter, trucker and bartender is routinely compared."

https://daviddondero1.bandcamp.com/album/inside-the-cats-eye

Local acts Joe Myside, Eric Strauss, and Kris Rose will also share the bill.

Show is FREE & ALL AGES.
$5-10 donations suggested for the touring act. 

 

 

Thursday 

 

  

Submit your event for consideration to drew.mckenna@griffin.news