Family Fun in Tulsa

Green country is full of fun, family-friendly activities and events. Here are a few you won’t want to miss this month!

MARCH

Start March off right with a trip to JBF-Tulsa, coming March 1-7 to Expo Square!

1. Just Between Friends-Tulsa: March 1-7 at Expo Square

Bring your BFF to the largest shopping experience in Tulsa! It’s a savings extravaganza! You’ll find aisles of the best in gently loved and new items at great savings. Get more details at tulsa.jbfsale.com.

2. 7th Annual Kids Mini Triathlon: March 7, 8:30 a.m. at the Health Zone at Saint Francis

Encourage your little athlete’s swimming, biking and running skills. The Health Zone at Saint Francis hosts the 7th Annual Kids Mini Triathlon on Saturday, March 7, 2020, beginning at 8:30 a.m.. Open to ages 6 to 13, the event takes place at the Health Zone at Saint Francis, 5353 East 68th Street in Tulsa. Entry fees ($25 in advance, $30 the day of the event) benefit The Children’s Hospital at Saint Francis. For information, contact Jennifer Daley at 918-494-8263, email events@saintfrancis.com or visit saintfrancis.com/healthzone.

3. Will Eisner Comic Fest: March 7, 12-5 p.m. at Sherwin Miller Museum of Jewish Art 

The Sherwin Miller Museum of Jewish Art is pleased to announce the fourth annual Will Eisner Comic Fest. The event will showcase local artists’ table, comic and toy vendors, a cosplay contest, and movie cars and an exhibit of Jewish Graphic Novels. This event is co-hosted by Nerd Alert Customs.

4. Spring Break: March 14-22

TulsaKids has put together an extensive list of Spring Break activities, from special events to road trip inspiration and more! Find it here.

5. Tulsa Irish Festival: March 13-14 at Guthrie Green

This is a free, family-friendly festival celebrating the music, culture, art, and food of the Irish.

6. Tween Night + NYICFF Kid Flicks: March 20, 7 p.m. at Philbrook Museum

Come to Philbrook’s first ever fun-filled tween night (fun for parents, too!). There will be artist-designed selfie stations, cool wearable art making, and hands-on fun in the log cabin. Parents can enjoy a drink on the terrace or take it to the studios to make alongside their tweens. End the night together in the theater with an exclusive screening of the world’s coolest and best short films for tweens from the New York International Children’s Film Festival.

7. Monster Jam: March 28-29 at BOK Center

The most action-packed motorsports experience for families in the world today returns to Tulsa for another high-octane weekend featuring the ultimate mix of high-flying action and four-wheel.

8. Bunny Hunt: March 29, 1-3 p.m. at Tulsa Botanic Garden

Enjoy spring-themed activities including a hunt for colored rocks, face-painting, a planting activity, lawn games and more.  MASA food truck will have food options and drinks including beer and wine, will be available for sale. Explore the tulips and other spring bulbs blooming and look for “bunnies” in the Garden. Tickets are limited. Adults: $8; Ages 3-12: $10. Ages 2 and under free. (Discounts for Garden members).

 


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