March is going to be full of some great events for Oklahoma. I love getting out and being involved in my community. I have collected an event for each Saturday of March. One of the events is located in the Tulsa area, but the other three are in Oklahoma City. It was my goal to provide a well-rounded month of events. There’s a play, an outdoor festival, a physical challenge, and a food event.
I am in no way affiliated with any of these events.
Anastasia March 7
The beloved movie that every girl grew up watching (Except me. I didn’t see it until I was 18.) is coming to Oklahoma City. ANASTASIA is the story of a 1920s Russian woman who goes on a journey to learn about her past. OKC Broadway is putting on the show at the Civic Center Music Hall. This show would be great to do for a date night, for a girl’s night out for a family night. You name it. The show stars Lila Coogan as Anastasia and Jake Levy as Dmitry. As I said, I didn’t grow up watching this movie but it’s hard to deny the influence the story has had on many growing up. I can’t wait to see it on the stage.
Go Green: St. Patrick’s Day March 14
When I saw this event the first thing I thought was Wait. Isn’t St. Patrick’s Day on the 17th. Don’t worry, friends. It is. But Myriad Gardens is inviting us all to celebrate it with them a few days earlier. I was stoked to find a St. Patrick’s Day event that wasn’t built around the idea of drinking. Go Green in the Gardens has an exciting lineup prepared.
1:50 Dustin Cooper
2:25 Hooplahoma Cyr Wheel
3:00 Raven’s Three
There will be food trucks and vendors. The event will also have activities aimed for kids 4-10. Fingers crossed that it’s a warm sunny day!
Go Green in the Gardens runs from 12 pm-4 pm on March 14 at Myriad Gardens. A $5 child’s craft wristband is required to participate in crafts, games, and activities. The event is sponsored by BC Clark Jewelers and T-Mobile.
Lucky Ducky 5k March 21
I’d like to preface this section by saying that I am NOT a runner. But I believe in pushing yourself, so as I write this I’m also working on finding a couch to 5k plan. You can participate in the 5k or a Fun Run. They don’t really explain what the fun run is, so… The Lucky Ducky 5k is located in Broken Arrow, which is about twenty minutes away from Tulsa. So, I’m thinking. Step 1: Run. Step 2: Mother Road Market.
The Lucky Duck 5k starts at 8:30 a.m. at 303 S. Main Street Broken Arrow, OK US 74012. It is $40 for the 5k and $20 for the fun run. You can register for the race here.
Turkish Food & Art Festival March 28
You may have seen me mention it before: I love food. Seriously. I even run a food Instagram @oklahoma_foodblogger. So, if there’s any type of food event you better believe I’ll be there. The Oklahoma City Turkish and Art Festival will include Turkish dishes like gyro kebab (my favorite!), Turkish ravioli, baklava, Turkish tea and coffee, and much more! You can also see traditional Turkish folk dances and music. There’ll also be crafts for sale and some demonstrations. I’m looking forward to the traditional calligraphy techniques demonstration!
The Turkish Food & Art Festival is on March 28 from 10:00 a.m.- 7 p.m. at the Raindrop Turkish House. The event is free to attend.
Are you planning on attending any of these events? Do you have any different events to suggest? Let us know in the comments.