Your rundown of things happening in Tulsa:
Expo Center: Events continue for the 27th Annual Lucas Oil Chili Bowl with races beginning at 6 p.m. Initially sponsored by the Chili Bowl food company of Bob Berryhill, these Nationals are known simply as The Chili Bowl: racing's winter answer to football's Super Bowl. Call the office at 918-838-3777 for information on tickets.
Performing Arts Center: Beginning at 8 p.m. attendees can head to the Tulsa PAC for a play based on the book "Tuesdays with Morrie." The book is based on the author's time spent with his dying professor.
For the Art Lovers: If you need something to do before "Tuesdays with Morrie," head over early at 5:30 p.m. for "Landscapes from the Heart." Artist Janice Wright will showcase some of her newest landscape pieces.
Homeowners: Looking to spruce up your home this spring? Ready to get to work on that drab exterior? Look no further than the Tulsa Remodel and Landscape Show. Beginning at noon, visitors can head to the Tulsa Convention Center from Friday through Saturday for some helpful tips and ideas for your home this year.
Sand Springs: Head on over to the CASE Community Center for a free screening of the "Dark Knight Rises" beginning at 7 p.m. According to the CASE website, prior to each movie you'll be able to view details about the feature including facts, questions and interesting trivia details.
Music Lovers: Jon Dee Graham will be at the All Souls Acoustic Cafe with a performance beginning at 7 p.m. Tickets are $20.