Everything you need for sprucing up your house and yard can be found at the Tulsa Home and Garden Show on March 12-15 at Expo Square. Stick around Expo Square for the canine athleticism featured at the Tulsa Dog Training Club Agility Trials from March 13 to 15.

You don’t want to miss the first welcome of spring at Tulsa Botanic Blooms at Tulsa Botanic Garden; the March 12-April 26 event offers more than 100,000 florals to enjoy.

Vehicles of all sorts are featured at the OKC Auto Show from March 6 to 8 at State Fair Park.

There’s rowdy Celtic fun across the state on March 14, a few days before St. Patrick’s Day. The Tulsa Irish Fest is at Guthrie Green, Broken Arrow’s ShamRock the Rose runs all day in the Rose District, and you can delay the partying a bit and get healthy instead at the Runners World St. Patrick’s Run in downtown Tulsa. The O’City St. Patrick’s Fest and Parade offers music and authentic Irish step dancing in downtown Oklahoma City. The Myriad Botanical Gardens has a family-friendly event all day. And O’Connell’s in Norman offers the biggest party in town on March 17 with live music, karaoke, a green eggs and ham breakfast and, of course, green beer all day long.

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