Weekly Events Calendar March 1-7, 2021

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Events are subject to change or cancellation. Please call or contact the event organizers before going.

Each week, Oklahoma Today staffers comb through their calendars to find a handful of great events happening across the state. Get out! See Oklahoma! And be sure to let us know what you find, either here or on Facebook, Twitter, and Instagram at @oklahomatoday.

Can you dig it? The Yours to Grow gardening classes will show you how.

Can you dig it? The Yours to Grow gardening classes will show you how.

Don’t Foil the Soil

If you want to conquer Oklahoma’s famous red dirt, then this gardening course will give you all the tips and tricks to do so. The Community Health Empowerment Project is offering a series of five Yours to Grow 2021 classes in Tulsa that will give you information on plant needs, soil health, regenerative gardening, and anything else a gardener should know. There’s no need for the grocery store when the produce is right in your backyard. Find your inner farmer and register today. March 2, 9, 16, 23, & 27. Registration, Free. CHEPInc2015@gmail.com or eventbrite.com

Coming Soon to a Gallery Near You

It is always fascinating to see young artists interpretations of the world around them, and Oklahoma has plenty of them. See abstract and surreal pieces on display at Momentum: Norman. Featuring three Spotlight Artists and fifty-three Survey Artists all aged under thirty, this gallery will give you the dose of art you have been itching for. The event will be spread out over time with masks required to keep everyone safe as well, so make sure to stop by and see what the talent has to offer. March 3-27. Admission, Free. (405) 879-2400 or ovac-ok.org/momentum

Chelsea Boen's "In The Stillness" is one of 67 pieces of art on display at Momentum: Norman.

Chelsea Boen's "In The Stillness" is one of 67 pieces of art on display at Momentum: Norman.

Sick with Spring Fever

Food, music, and sales. Is that enough of a selling point? Go to Durant this Friday to get in on the trifecta at First Friday Spring Fever. The music will be live, which is something that has been dearly missed due to the pandemic. The food will be in everyone’s favorite setting, served from a truck. The sales are going to be right on the sidewalk, so you don’t even have to enter a store if you don’t want. Start off the new season right with this shopping experience. March 5. Admission, Free. (580) 924-1550 or durantmainstreet.org

New Eppsisode

Leave the work week behind and enjoy some stand up comedy this weekend at Bricktown Comedy Club. Mike Epps is going to performing his routine three nights in a row. Known for his roles in movies such as Friday After Next and The Hangover, Epps knows how to entertain an audience. Side-splitting jokes and spit-takes are in store for anyone attending. The event is for ages 18 and older and masks are required unless eating or drinking. March 5-7. Tickets, $50-$75. (405) 594-0505 or bricktowncomedy.com

Forget Don Henley, the eagles you really want to see are at Lake Thunderbird's Eagle Watch.

Forget Don Henley, the eagles you really want to see are at Lake Thunderbird's Eagle Watch.

Eagle Eye

Feel your patriotism soar at Lake Thunderbird in Norman this Saturday. During the Eagle Watch a park naturalist will take you through three to four spots to potentially spot one of our flying friends. Strap on your eagle-watching gear and make sure to reserve a spot for this experience out in nature, only fifteen vehicles will be allowed to participate so get in on the action while you can. March 6. Admission, Free. (405) 321-4633 or facebook.com

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Erik Charlson

Erik Charlson
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