Solo fun-seekers and families can find a variety of community events to visit.

In Tulsa, 108 Contemporary offers both an art show and a workshop. Francheska Alcántara and kara lynch: Strange & Oppositional runs through March 19 and showcases a collection on Black feminist fugitive aesthetics. Secondly, visit the gallery for the I Can’t Embroider Workshop on March 20. Tulsa Town Hall hosts actor Richard Dreyfuss at the PAC on March 3, and you can visit the Second Saturday Architecture Tour on March 11, starting at 100 E. Second Street. Dog lovers should amble down to the American Kennel Club National Agility Championship, running March 17-19 at Expo Square. And if you’d prefer to get some exercise yourself, the T-Town Half Marathon kicks of March 25 at 418 E. Second St. Other can’t-miss events include the Oklahoma Jewish Film Festival, March 26-30 at Circle Cinema, and the OK, So Tulsa Grand Slam on March 31 at the PAC. 

Oklahoma Citians with curious kiddos should head to Jurassic Quest March 10-12 at the OKC Fairgrounds. There, you’ll venture back to prehistoric times with dino buddies. Other events in OKC include the Shrine Circus on March 23-26, also at the fairgrounds, as well as the Medieval Fair from March 31-April 2 at Reaves Park in Norman. Transport yourself to magical times of the past – with kings, queens and dazzling knights. 

Around the state, visitors can enjoy the Mustang Chocolate Festival at the Town Center on March 3; Acrofest on March 4 at Idabel’s Museum of the Red River; and the Sunnyside Up Film Festival from March 24-26 at the Coleman Theatre in Miami. 

Previous articleAll That & More
Next articleAll Genres Welcome