If you want to veer away from sports or performances this month, community events abound.

In Tulsa, get your tickets to the Second Saturday Architecture Tour on Feb. 11, hosted by the Tulsa Foundation for Architecture. This month, the group explores the Tulsa Underground tunnel system. And if you’re prepping for summer, swing by Expo Square for the Tulsa Boat, Sport and Travel Show through Feb. 5. A similar event, the Pool and Spa Show, runs Feb. 3-5 at the OKC Fairgrounds. You can also get festive at the Norman Mardi Gras parade, running downtown on Feb. 18. 

Art options are vast this month. Philbrook offers a new show, Rembrandt to Monet – 500 Years of European Painting from Joslyn Art Museum from Feb. 22 to May 28. In OKC, the National Cowboy and Western Heritage Museumdebuts Playing Cowboy on Feb. 10, running through May 7. OKCMOA presents Fighters for Freedom: William H. Johnson Picturing Justice, as well as Art and Activism at Tougaloo College, from Feb. 18-May 14.

And in honor of Black History Month, Boley Community Center hosts the Black History Celebration on Feb. 4, complete with performances and art from Black creators. 

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