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May. 29 • Sunfest Arts and Crafts celebrating its 33rd year

Sunfest is known as Oklahoma's largest outdoor picnic!

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Jun. 3 • Oklahoma's 27th Annual Statewide Preservation Conference

Visit Downtown Bartlesville Inc. website for more detailed information

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Jun. 6 • 24th Annual Dewey Antique Show

Dealers from 5 states

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Bartlesville Farmers Market

Locally grown, fresh, healthy and mouthwateringly good… the Bartlesville Farmers Market is the best place to find local produce, honey, fresh baked bread, live music and more!

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Bartlesville CVB receives Tourism Organization of the Year at 2015 Redbud Awards

Posted: May. 20

Oklahoma's Top Tourism Entities Honored During 2015 RedBud Awards
 
 
Oklahoma's Top Tourism Entities Honored During 2015 RedBud Awards 


May 20, 2015 - The Oklahoma Travel Industry Association (OTIA) held its annual RedBud Awards gala at the Oklahoma History Center on May 19, 2015. Open to all Oklahoma tourism entities, the RedBud Awards represent the highest honor given in the Oklahoma tourism industry....

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The 51st Delaware Pow-Wow will be held this weekend

Posted: May. 19

The 51st Delaware Pow Wow will be held Memorial Day weekend May 22, 23 & 24

Free Parking and Free Admission

Schedule of events:

Gourd dance Friday 6 pm to 8 pm, Saturday & Sunday 3 pm to 5 pm and 6 pm to 8 pm

Dance contests: Friday, Saturday & Sunday 8 pm til close....

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Bartlesville’s Bravest vs. Bartlesville’s Finest to benefit Make-A-Wish Oklahoma

Posted: May. 11

BARTLESVILLE’S BRAVEST VS....

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Attractions

1903 Santa Fe Engine, 1914 Oil Tank Car, 1948 Caboose and Depot

The AT & SF & MKT Depot Building is home to the only Santa Fe engine 940 series in existence. The 900-class/940 series were the first locomotives to burn fuel oil instead of coal and were synonymous with the Santa Fe engine....

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Crossroads Go Kart Track

Are you feeling the need for speed?...

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Kiddie Park

A amusement park made especially for children 12 and under, the Kiddie Park admission is free and tickets are only .50 cents and each ride takes 1 ticket. Rides include a roller coaster, boats, cars, carousel, ferris wheel and a train that circles the park. Originated in 1947, the Bartlesville area Kiddie Park today boasts 18 ammusement park rides for children ages 12 and under....

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