TULSA COUNTY, Oklahoma - If you're looking for something to do in Tulsa, we have the rundown of some events happening this weekend.

The Gilcrease Museum is celebrating Latin American culture today with "Dia de Reyes"-or Three Kings Day. From 1-to-4 p.m., there will be festive foods, art, dancing and story time for kids.

This event is free and open to everyone.

 

The Tulsa Historical Society is launching its first "Free Saturday" today. There will be free admission for the rest of the year on Saturdays. The museum is open this morning from 10 until 4.

Today they will show a new documentary named "Generation to Generation" that tells the story of a Tulsa Jewish Community coming to America.

 

 

Downtown Tulsa is kicking off its first flea market of the year from 10-to-4 on Sunday. It will be on the northeast corner of the IDL off of 1st street from 10 to 4.

It will feature vintage, handcrafted goods, clothing, art, and jewelry. This flea market will continue on the first Sunday of each month!

 

And it's the last weekend to go ice skating at the Rose District's ice rink.

It will be Saturday from 12 p.m. this afternoon until 10 p.m and Sunday from noon to 9. Tickets with skates are $12 a piece and tickets for kids are $8.

That's a look at some of what's happening this weekend. Have a great weekend Green Country!