What to have fun in October?

La Semana - - FRONT PAGE / PORTADA -

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Tulsa, OK -- Look­ing for en­ter­tain­ment op­tions this October? Well, au­tumn is here and the new sea­son brings along fes­ti­vals, at­trac­tions, and fun for all the fam­ily. This week La Se­m­ana of­fers you the en­ter­tain­ment guide of the month, so that you don't miss a thing.

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The first op­tion is the an­nual Tulsa State Fair, lo­cated be­tween 21st and 15th Streets and be­tween Har­vard and Yale. You will find dif­fer­ent ac­tiv­i­ties for all the fam­ily, the best food, games, and car­ni­val rides, while be­ing able to buy hun­dreds of prod­ucts from lo­cal and na­tional ven­dors at Expo Square.

Now, if you are look­ing for some­thing to daz­zle your senses, then Night­mare is the right choice. Is a free event held dur­ing the month of October for the Hal­loween sea­son, and ba­si­cally of­fers a chill­ing ex­pe­ri­ence of 45 min­utes in the house of ter­ror. Want to try? Visit the Guts Church, 9120 East Bro­ken Ar­row Ex­press­way.

The Musko­gee Cas­tle is also open for Hal­loween, ev­ery Fri­day and Satur­day dur­ing the month of October.

But if you want a more re­lax­ing ex­pe­ri­ence and love art, Philbrook mu­seum is the best choice. This Fri­day the mu­seum opens at 9 am, and has free ad­mis­sions after 6 pm to present a new ex­hi­bi­tion. You can also visit down­town Tulsa and its art gal­leries on the week­end and fin­ish your day at the Guthrie Green ur­ban park. (La Se­m­ana)

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