The holidays have come and gone and spring is still a few months away. Does that mean you have nothing to do? When you live at Springs at Woodlands South apartments in Tulsa, the answer is a resounding no! Winter in Tulsa means a number of interesting activities and things to do. Here are five upcoming activities that are worth considering.
Head to River Spirit Expo at Expo Square for the 2016 Tulsa Boat, Sport & Travel Show. Tour the latest RVs, see boats on display and explore the latest water toys all under one roof. This gives you a great place to start planning your summer adventures. The show began on Feb. 1 (special preview night) and runs until Feb. 7.
See the Tony Award-winning Best Musical Kinky Boots at Chapman Music Hall in the Tulsa Performing Arts Center. From Feb. 2 until Feb. 7, you can watch the struggle of the shoe factory owner who learns how to transform his business while also transforming his mind. After the show, check out the Kinky Boots-inspired exhibit put on by the students of the Tulsa Girls Art School.
Every Wednesday from 11:30 a.m. to 1:30 p.m., Guthrie Green is the place to get some lunch during Food Truck Wednesdays. Live music accompanies Tulsa's favorite food trucks, and you can pick up anything from donuts to fresh Mediterranean cuisine. This family-friendly event doesn't stop just because it's winter!
Being held Feb. 19-21 at the Exchange Center Expo Square, this is Oklahoma’s premier antique and vintage sale. Featuring more than 55,000 square feet of merchandise from 140 dealers, you’re sure to find several items that will add style to your Tulsa apartment. Admission is $8 for adults and $4 for children ages 8-12.
Critically acclaimed country singer, songwriter, guitarist and entertainer Brad Paisley will be at the BOK Center on Saturday, February 27 as part of his highly successful “Crushin’ It World Tour. The show features special guests, breakout country artist Eric Paslay and new country sensation Cam. Tickets range from $35-$69.75.
After the holidays, it can feel like all of the "fun" of life in Tulsa is over until spring, but the city continues to offer top-notch entertainment. Which of these events is on your calendar?