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August 29, 2016
A tradition started by Frank Phillips in 1927 and described by many as “The best party in the State of Oklahoma”, Cow Thieves & Outlaws Reunion returns to Woolaroc on Saturday, September 24th. Back in 1927, Uncle Frank invited the business men, cowboys, law enforcement, Osage Indians and local outlaws to his annual event. Mr. Phillips had two rules: #1 – everyone had to check their guns at the front gate and #2 – the outlaws could rest assured that the...
August 23, 2016
BARTLESVILLE, Okla. — OK Mozart International Festival organizers are already in the planning stages for the June 2017 festival. According to Mary Lynn Mihm-Howk, recently elected chairwoman of the OK Mozart Board of Directors, the festival bids a fond farewell to two of its retiring executives.
Dr. Randy Thompson, OK Mozart executive director since Sept. 2013, retired in July, and Charlie Daniels, longtime festival patron and OK Mozart board chairman, also retired in July.
“It’s been a real joy...
Monday, Oct. 24, Movie Monday features, “Pearl” bringing to life the true-life story of Pearl Carter Scott - Chickasaw aviatrix.Raised in the late 1920s in Marlow, Oklahoma, Pearl was faced with her share of obstacles, but this Chickasaw girl rises above adversity and takes on responsibility with the guidance of her father and holds fast to her 'never give up' attitude.
The feature film, a production of the Chickasaw Nation, is approximately 90-minutes long and will begin at 1:00 p.m., a heartwarming story for...
The Bartlesville Area History Museum will present the community event; “Faces and Places —Stepping Stones of the Past —Building a Bridge to the Future,”
beginning Aug. 10, thru Nov. 23, in the Pioneer Gallery.
The purpose of the event is in the interest of preservation and identification.
When long-time Bartlesville photographer Robert “Bob” Heil passed away in May 2015, he left a life-time legacy of photographs. Mrs. Ann Heil graciously donated the collected works of her late...
Bartlesville Farmers Market is open every Saturday from May 7th to October 15th.
Come out and listen to some great music, purchase items from the many vendors! See friends, connect with neighbors and enjoy the beauty of Bartlesville.
Market Location: Frank Phillips Park on the corner of Frank Phillips Blvd. and Keeler Ave. in downtown Bartlesville.
Dates: Every Saturday from May 7th through Mid October.
Time: 8:00 - 11:30 am
Mission of the Bartlesville Farmers Market:
To improve local access to locally...
August 16, 2016
The Bartlesville Police Department along with Susan Dick Financial will present Corky Davis & Cowboy Swing at the Bartlesville Community Center on Thursday Aug. 18th, doors will open at 6 pm with the show starting at 7 pm.
This is a fundraiser for the Bartlesville Police Department's K-9 program. The Bartlesville Police Department K-9 Team is raising funds to purchase 2 new dogs and the equipment to set up new patrol vehicles for the K-9 Officers.
Tickets for adults (which includes admission for one child) are $15...
August 03, 2016
Journal Record honors Beacon Award winners
Children’s Musical Theatre of Bartlesville named a finalist!
OKLAHOMA CITY – This year’s group of Beacon Award winners includes companies that have donated their time and resources for a variety of projects and causes.
The 2016 overall Beacon Award winners include Blue Cross and Blue Shield of Oklahoma, Delta Dental of Oklahoma, MA+ Architecture, Oklahoma Humanities, the Chickasaw Nation, Enable Midstream Partners, Shawnee Milling Co. and Waters Edge...
August 02, 2016
Wahzhazhe is a contemporary ballet that mesmerizes audiences from the first beat of the rhythmic drums to the final curtain close. Audiences are surprised by the powerful storytelling, and even those who are not ballet lovers return to the show time and again to be moved by the story that unfolds in front of them.
This ballet depicts a shared history of Native American people, but the specific story told is that of the Osage Nation. Beyond its cultural relevance, the human-interest and historical account has relevance for...
July 26, 2016
Bring the family for an action packed weekend of fast horses, cowboy hats, and rodeo royalty at the 35th Annual Green Country Rodeo Thursday through Saturday Aug. 4, 5, & 6.
This event will be held at the Bartlesville Round-Up Club arena, one mile west of Bartlesville on U.S. Highway 60 across from the airport.
Several vendors will be returning again this year — selling everything from cowboy hats, saddles and horse-related items, to jewelry and fashionwear.
Spectators will enjoy the colorful and...
The AABC Sandy Koufax World Series will kick off Wednesday and run through Sunday at Doenges Memorial Stadium located in downtown Bartlesville. 8 teams will compete in the 14 and under Sandy Koufax World Series for a chance to win the 2016 title.
This is a great event for Bartlesville and these teams come from all over to play.
Come out and support these teams and enjoy some great
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