Staying in Tulsa this Fall Break? Don’t settle for a week’s overload of Facebook.
For those students from out of state, there are events happening close by to fill your break.
Get active and go for a ride
Free bicycle rentals are provided by the Warren Medical Research Foundation. They are available at three stops along Riverside (21st & Riverside, 41st & Riverside and 96th & Riverside). It makes for a wonderful afternoon and it’s free. Swipe your credit card for collateral and return the bike when you’re done.
For more information visit: Tulsa Townies
Try the Tulsa Transit
$3.25 at QuickTrip will buy you a one-day unlimited ride pass for the Tulsa Transit. A thirty minute ride will take you to downtown Tulsa. On Tuesday afternoon, the Downtown Tulsa Farmers’ Market is in full swing. Stands are filled with Oklahoma’s fresh produce and nifty crafts.
Grab some good grub
Head over to one of Guthrie Green’s last Food Truck Wednesday. Oct. 16 will be one of their last food truck events of the year. Stop by the Guthrie Green from 11:30 a.m.-1:30 p.m. Live music and affordable food makes for a college student’s dream.
For more information visit: Guthrie Green
Movie in the Park
Thursday, Oct. 17 at 8:30 p.m. Guthrie Green will be hosting a free movie in the park. Citizens are encouraged to log on to Facebook and vote for the movie that will be showing. The choices include: The Breakfast Club, Ferris Bueller’s Day Off and Empire Records.
For more information visit: Guthrie Green’s Facebook
Take a road trip
A couple hours drive and a plan can make for an amazing outing. Grab some friends, split the gas and drive.
Two hours away, a quaint town called Poteau is hosting a Poteau BalloonFest. Events include hot air balloons, mud pits, a BBQ competition and more. A $5 entrance fee makes this an affordable event sure to be packed with fun.
For more information visit: Poteau BalloonFest