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T-Town Rundown: Weekend Events for All Those in the Tulsa Area

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Stuck in a rut after your Valentines Day fun? Don't be! Here is a list of fun things to do in the Tulsa area!

 

Act Out: The Tulsa Performing Arts center is holding a wonderful production about a marriage between free-spirited Corie and a straight-edged attorney Paul. This comical production is sure to bring lots of laughs to your family and friends! Doors open at 7:30 p.m. with tonight's performance interpreted in American Sign Language. 

 

Ready, Set, Search: Loved Valentines Day? Like a good scavenger hunt? Then join Take Heart Tulsa for "Hunt for the Heart." This valentines day themed scavenger hunt will take place in downtown Tulsa and is for both singles and couples scavenging pleasure. Admission $15 per person in advance and $25 per person at the event.

 

SpiritBank Event Center: Green Country's Mid South Tackle & Hunting Show begins today at 12 p.m. running through Sunday. This popular family event includes events such as Jason Reynolds and his Dog Jumping Show & Bass Tub as well as kids night Friday starting at 6p.m. Kids get free fishing & hunting giveaways! Grab those kiddos and come fish in the trout pond.

 

Expo Square: Antique collectors can head out to see Oklahoma's premier antique and vintage sale! The sale will be in Tulsa's Expo Square all weekend. There is over 50,000 square feet of quality merchandise with admission only $6.00 for adults, $3.00 for children ages 9-12, and free for children under 8!

 

Night Owls: Shake those tail feathers and sway those hips at The Underground tonight at 10 p.m. Check out an eclectic mix of Indie Electro, Dance Rock, Ska, Punk, Bounce, Moombahton, Trap, 80′s, 90′s, Nu-Disko and loads more. There is also no cover charge but you must be 21 or over.

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