STUFF 2 DO: Events around Green Country the week of August 2 and 3

TULSA - This is Stuff 2 Do -- our weekly guide of great things to see and do this week in Green Country.

The Regional Library hosts "Trains, Planes and Automobiles."

The Regional Library hosts "Trains, Planes and Automobiles," the final Summer reading program event for the year.  The family event starts at 10 a.m. Saturday and will include live music, ice cream, popcorn and a mobile gaming unit.  You'll also see demonstrations of fire trucks, police cars and more.  The program winds up at 12:30 p.m. and is free.

Living Arts of Tulsa presents "Chandelier and other Luminous Objects":

“Chandelier and other Luminous Objects” continue to shine on its opening weekend. The annual art exhibition featuring works using light sources is the latest show at Living Arts of Tulsa. With more than three dozen pieces included in the exhibit, “Chandelier” continues through late September. Gallery admission is free.

Sinbad performs at the Osage Casino:

Comedian Sinbad takes the stage of the Osage Event Center Saturday night. He is best known for such films as “Necessary Roughness and “Jingle All The Way” he also starred in several televised stand-up comedy specials on HBO. His live show at Osage Casino starts at 7 p.m., and tickets are just $25 at the event center box office.

Easton Corbin performs at the Osage Casino:

Later in the week on Wednesday Aug. 6, country music young gun Easton Corbin also stops in at the Osage Event Center.  The voice behind the hit single "Roll with It" rocks the Osage Casino Stage starting at 7 p.m. Wednesday. Tickets to that show are $40.

"Les Miserables" to open at the Tulsa Performing Arts Center:

Theatre Tulsa opens its 2014-15 season of musicals and plays with the timeless epic “Les Miserables.”  Based on Victor Hugo's novel set against the French Revolution, the musical opens this Friday in the Tulsa Performing Arts Center's John H. Williams theatre and runs through Aug. 24.  Tickets are $28 at the box office and online.

For more entertainment and all things Oklahoma, pick up the August issue of Oklahoma Magazine, out now on stands.

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