Those weekend festivals
Fall’s festival season begins.
Community yoga at the I AM Yoga, Art & Music Festival in 2012.
We’ve arrived at that time of the year when there are festivals all over the place. Here are three to check out this weekend in Tulsa and Bartlesville. Oklahoma Indian Summer brings American Indian art, storytelling, powwow dancing and crafts demonstrations and market together at the Bartlesville Community Center, 300 S.E. Adams Blvd., in Bartlesville. It opens at 7 p.m. Thursday, Sept. 12, with a street dance and continues Sunday, Sept. 15. The festival is free. Go to www.okindiansummer.org for the schedule. Tulsa’s Indian-American community throws a big celebration of India and its traditions with music (folk and modern), dance (classical and contemporary) and foods plus a parade at the Pavilion at Expo Square, 4145 21st St. Admission is free, and the festival operates 11 a.m.-5 p.m. Saturday, Sept. 14. Get to know India at www.iagtok.org. Center yourself at the I AM Yoga, Art & Music Festival, Saturday, Sept. 14-Sunday, Sept. 15, which will have community yoga sessions, workshops on the green, vendors, live music, glow yoga, the Drunken Artist and more at Centennial Park, Sixth Street and Peoria Avenue, in Tulsa’s Pearl District. The family event is free and open to everyone, whether you know your cobra from your downward-facing dog or not. More is available at www.iammindbodyspirit.com.