Worth The Drive 11/13/19

Worth The Drive 11/13/19


Foodie Flight Night at Mother Road Market  5pm-9pm 


$2 Puffy Taco Wednesday Nights at Elote 4pm-10pm 


Steve Liddell at the Wednesday Night Science Project at The Colony 8pm



Opening Day at the Broken Arrow Ice Rink in The Rose District PLUS LIGHT's ON! 6pm-9pm 


Downtown Festival of Lights in Pryor Come to shop downtown, listen to live entertainment, get pictures with Santa, ride in a horse drawn carriage, and eat food trucks! Downtown merchants will light their storefronts at 6pm.


QT8: The First Eight w/director Tara Wood at Circle Cinema 7pm-9pm, ONCE UPON A TIME IN HOLLYWOOD, filmmaker Tara Wood takes us on a journey through the 8 wildly divergent films that Tarantino has helmed, narrated by the actors and collaborators who have worked with him. From Reservoir Dogs through The Hateful Eight, from the video store to the fall of Harvey Weinstein, QT8 digs deep into the story of the most important and controversial filmmaker of our time.



Tulsa Oilers vs. Rapid City Rush at BOK Center 7:05pm 


Un{Conventional} Opera at TCC Performing Arts Center for Education 7pm-8:30pm, Tulsa Community College Department of Music welcome Northeastern State University faculty Dr. Whitney Myers and Dr. Christian Bester to the VanTrease stage for an operatic voice recital. For more information, visit TulsaCC.edu/PACE


2019 All American Patriot Bash at the Renaissance Hotel in Tulsa This is an event to benefit Warhawk PTSD Service Dogs, who provide PTSD service dogs free of charge to Veterans and First Responders. There will be a great spread of food and drink, and tons of live and silent auction items, such as an autographed Garth Brooks guitar, sports memorabilia, music and entertainment items, and great raffle prizes. Go to https://warhawkptsdservicedogs.com/ or Facebook at https://www.facebook.com/WarHawkPTSDServiceDogs/ for event information and tickets.



Native American Heritage Celebration at Mother Road Market 10am-6pm, Tulsa is the intersection of three tribes; The Osage, Creek (Muskogee),and Cherokee. Join us in celebrating our shared history and culture. See and Shop from Native American Artists! E-li-si will be popped up in the Kitchen 66 Takeover Cafe with native cuisine.



Bingo Brunch at The Max Retropub 2pm-3:30pm


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