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

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Tulsa is booming with plenty of activities for you and your friends this weekend. Even if Friday the 13 has you feeling a little off.

Experience Something New: Check out Tulsa's India Fest taking place Saturday at the Expo Center. You can experience new foods, listen to some music and even take a ride on a rickshaw. It's even a free event!

Rogers County: It may not be something new for residents, but if you've never been, check out the Rogers County Fair this weekend. All the rides, food and action take place through Sunday at the Claremore Expo Center. And it's another free event to check out.

Some Stretching: In the mood for some yoga? Wanna get outside for it? Head to Centennial Park Saturday and Sunday for the I AM Yoga, Art + Music Festival. Adults and kids are welcome and plenty of activities are available for novice and experts.

BBQ: Hungry for some ribs? Get to downtown this weekend for the Rock 'n' Rib Festival. It's another free admission event and has plenty of food for all those interested.

Culture: Celebrate Scottish culture over at River West Festival Park. With live music, plenty of food and of course, beer, you and your friends are bound to have enough fun. The event begins at noon and lasts through midnight.

Kiddos: Parents can take their kids to Global Gardens in west Tulsa to help beautify the area with the help of Whole Foods employees. The event begins at 9:30 a.m. on Saturday.

Greek: Love some baklava? Been craving some lamb? Check out the Tulsa Greek Festival over at Holy Trinity Greek Orthodox Church. Admission is $3 and once inside you can dine on plenty of traditional Greek food. Music and dance are still available.

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