Worth The Drive 1/24/2020-1/26/2020

Worth The Drive 1/24/2020-1/26/2020


Vinyl Happy Hour at The Colony 4pm-8pm


Tulsa Oilers vs. Kalamazoo Wings (Pink In The Rink Night!) at BOK Center 7:05pm


Bowie in Boas #6: A Bowie Tribute Dance Party at The Starlite 9pm-2am, A tribute to the decades of David Bowie tunage and the music he inspired. Happening in the side room at The Starlite

You'll need
? Boa
? Glitter
? Dancing Shoes

It's a free event and starts at 9pm
You must be 21 or over to attend.



Introduction to Mushrooms Class at the Oklahoma Mycological Society in The Tulsa Garden Center, 12pm-3pm, okfungi.com, Are you ready to learn the practices of growing delicious and beneficial mushrooms at home and explore the amazing role that fungi hold in nature and our lives? This unique beginner course is an excellent introduction to the life cycle of fungi and how to cultivate them right in your own home or garden. Students will walk away with an understanding of mushroom biology, classification, growth-cycle and so much more. Feel free to bring in any wild mushrooms for identification assistance. Free for Garden Center members, only $15 for non-members. Reserve your space HERE


Whirligig at Blackbird on Pearl 8pm


Flash Gordon at Circle Cinema 10pm, Based on the 1930's comic strip, and featuring the music of super-group Queen, this feature film has Flash and Dale Arden racing through space to battle Ming the Merciless, to save the Earth from destruction. Presented by Graveyard Shift. Rated PG.


Beatles Sunday: Two Services for All at All Souls Unitarian Church 10 & 11:30 a.m. in the Sanctuary Throughout history, human beings have felt a sacred kinship to the sun—being the bestower of life and light. For instance, sun-worshipers such as the priests of the Incas used to blow kisses to the rising sun during religious ceremonies.
Join our ministerial intern, Mariela Pérez-Simons, on this special SUNday as she shares new reasons to have reverence for the sun. One specific reason to love the sun is proper sun exposure can boost our nervous and immune systems! We will also get a boost from the uplifting music of The Beatles. Sing with us, “Here Comes the Sun (doo-dun doo doo.)" You won't want to miss Beatles SUNday!


Faye Moffett, A Sunday Vibe Listening Party at Juicemaker Lounge 8pm-10:30pm, GET READY for an up close performance and first listen to new music brought to you by Tulsa's own, Faye Moffett and a must see performance featuring Saxophonist, Spunk Adams, Drummer Elijah Hill of Wisemen band and keyboardist Bobby Moffett Jr. Come get a sneak peek of music revealed from Faye's 2020 upcoming album release. 


Year of the Rat Party at High Dive Tulsa 8pm-2am


Submit you events for consideration, just send me an email drew.mckenna@griffin.news