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February 13, 2017

OK Mozart fundraiser features retro USO dance News Photo - Bartlesville, Oklahoma

OK Mozart fundraiser features retro USO dance

BARTLESVILLE, Okla. — Experience all the food, fashion, and fun of a 1940s USO-themed dance, beginning at 6:30 p.m., March 10, at Hillcrest Country Club in Bartlesville, presented by OK Mozart, Inc. "Step back in time and join us for a wonderful evening of big band sounds, swing dancing and honoring our military," said Mary Lynn Mihm, event chairman of OK Mozart Goes USO. "Proceeds from this event will help support the 33rd OK Mozart Music Festival in June, and a portion of the proceeds will be donated to the...

February 01, 2017

Bartlesville Art Association 64th Annual Spring Art Show News Photo - Bartlesville, Oklahoma

Bartlesville Art Association 64th Annual Spring Art Show

This year the show will be held at the Price Tower Arts Center.  The Art Show will run from April 1st through April 29th . Entering artists will receive exposure by having their work hang in the prestigious Price Tower and may win awards and prizes.  Artists will also have a chance to sell their art if they wish.   Call For Artists Juried Show      2017 Spring Art Show Information and Schedule Location:  Price Tower Saturday, March...

February 01, 2017

Oklahoma Blood Institute Encourages Dononors to

Oklahoma Blood Institute Encourages Dononors to "Be The Match" Feb 1-28, 2017

January 31, 2017 ─   As part of its 40th anniversary celebration, Oklahoma Blood Institute is highlighting its partnership with the Be The Match Registry throughout the month of February.  Be The Match helps connect patients with leukemia, lymphoma or other life-threatening blood conditions, to life-saving donors. Donors between the ages 18 and 44 who meet basic health requirements, and who can commit to donating to any patient in need, can do a simple cheek swab at Oklahoma Blood Institute donor centers...

January 23, 2017

Great American Conference needs volunteers News Photo - Bartlesville, Oklahoma

Great American Conference needs volunteers

The Bartlesville Sports Commission will be hosting the Great American Conference Men’s and Women’s Basketball Championships March 2-5, 2017 The Great American Conference is headquartered in Russellville, Arkansas and is made up of twelve universities from Oklahoma and Arkansas. The GAC Championship games are played in the Bartlesville Bruins Fieldhouse located just south of downtown Bartlesville. Several volunteer spots are available and all help is appreciated. Send email to bartlesvillesports@gmail.com...

January 11, 2017

Oklahoma Film & Music, Call for Interns: Spring 2017 News Photo - Bartlesville, Oklahoma

Oklahoma Film & Music, Call for Interns: Spring 2017

Call for Interns: Spring 2017 January 11, 2017 - The Oklahoma Film + Music Office (OF+MO) is now accepting applications for the 2017 Spring Internship Program. OF+MO seeks to provide selected interns with an understanding of the film and music industries in a professional state agency setting by involving them in diverse projects throughout the fall semester. OF+MO supports our state’s thriving film and music industries by administering the Oklahoma Film Enhancement Rebate Program and connecting filmmakers and...

January 05, 2017

Woolaroc Museum & Wildlife Preserve to Host Exhibit and Sale News Photo - Bartlesville, Oklahoma

Woolaroc Museum & Wildlife Preserve to Host Exhibit and Sale

Woolaroc Museum and Wildlife Preserve announced today that they will be hosting “The Best of the Best 2017” Retrospective Exhibit and Sale from October 7, 2017 through December 31, 2017.   According to Show Director Dean Zervas and Museum Director Shiloh Thurman, the upcoming show is a result of the great success that Woolaroc enjoyed from their first national show in 2013 featuring The Lewis & Clark, Corps of Discovery. That show was followed by “The Best of the Best 2015” which...

January 04, 2017

FORMER MISS AMERICA LAUREN NELSON TO CO-HOST ‘DISCOVER OKLAHOMA’ News Photo - Bartlesville, Oklahoma

FORMER MISS AMERICA LAUREN NELSON TO CO-HOST ‘DISCOVER OKLAHOMA’

OKLAHOMA CITY (Dec. 17) — “Discover Oklahoma” announced today that it has hired Lauren Nelson as the show’s new co-host. On Jan. 7, 2017, Lauren will begin co-hosting episodes of “Discover Oklahoma,” the statewide travel and tourism television program produced by the Oklahoma Tourism & Recreation Department. “We are so pleased to have Lauren join our team co-hosting the show with Dino Lalli,” said Barbara Merckx, Executive Producer of “Discover Oklahoma.”...

January 04, 2017

Free 2017 Green Country Travel Publications Are Available Now News Photo - Bartlesville, Oklahoma

Free 2017 Green Country Travel Publications Are Available Now

          An artist’s palette of colors awaits travelers to Green Country Oklahoma! And green it is, except of course for all the beautiful hues in the skies and plentiful lakes.           And a rainbow of colors in between is sure to delight the artistic side in all of us. But mostly, Green Country is just beautiful and green, thus its name.           So, whether you are a resident...

December 19, 2016

NEW 2017 OKLAHOMA TRAVEL GUIDE AVAILABLE STARTING JAN. 1 FROM OKLAHOMA TOURISM & RECREATION DEPARTMENT News Photo - Bartlesville, Oklahoma

NEW 2017 OKLAHOMA TRAVEL GUIDE AVAILABLE STARTING JAN. 1 FROM OKLAHOMA TOURISM & RECREATION DEPARTMENT

Souvenirs can evoke a powerful sense of nostalgia. Whether it’s the collections of patches and pins carefully applied to a jacket, the magnets neatly lined up on the refrigerator or the coffee mugs that have seen better days but are still used each morning, these mementos have a magic to them. They bring smiles each time their owners see them, serving as reminders of long-ago family road trips, weekends at the lake or that first trip to the big city. The 2017 Oklahoma Travel Guide pays tribute to that sense of...

December 12, 2016

Museum offers an Old Fashioned Christmas event for children News Photo - Bartlesville, Oklahoma

Museum offers an Old Fashioned Christmas event for children

The Bartlesville Area History Museum is offering a program for children first through fifth grade on Wednesday, December 21, 1 p.m.-2:30 p.m. According to Education Coordinator, Betty Keim, “Children will be transported back in time to visit traditions of Christmases past, offering the opportunity to exam a simpler time, handmade Christmas gifts and family filled moments around the celebration of a time proven family holiday.” Each child will have the opportunity to make at least two homemade gifts to take...