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Oct. 24 • Downtown Bartlesville Ghost Walk

Always a spooky good time!

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Oct. 25 • Jamanji-Jam night at Heritage Theatre Cafe & Pub

Free live music

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Oct. 25 • Mausoleum Stories at White Rose Cemetery (see times in description)

Stories of Bartians who quietly reside at the White Rose Cemetery.

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What's Nearby Bartlesville

While you are in Bartlesville, take a quick 30-minute drive West on Highway 60  to Pawhuska to visit The Pioneer Woman Mercantile as well as many other great shops and restaurants!

Pawhuska Chamber of Commerce


YMCA Youth Basketball Program
YMCA Youth Cheer Program
YMCA Youth Football Program



Posted: Oct. 4

The Bartlesville Symphony is pleased to announce the appointment of longtime Tulsa performer and teacher Sheri Scales-Neubauer as Concertmaster....

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Martha’s Task to hold holiday Open House on Nov. 8

Posted: Oct. 12

A bountiful harvest of gifts and goodies will abound at Martha’s Task Open House, which ushers in the season of giving with a festive day of shopping, visiting with friends old and new and enjoying holiday treats....

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Albert “Nook” Ducre selected as Wright Chef II

Posted: Oct. 19

Bartlesville, OK – In a competition to become the next Wright Chef at Copper Restaurant and Bar located in the Frank Lloyd Wright-designed Price Tower in Bartlesville, Albert “Nook” Ducre has been selected....

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Historic Grave Sites

Visit the graves of the famous Bartians....

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Bartlesville Area History Museum

Through photographs and artifacts learn about Indian Territory, the first commercial oil well in Oklahoma, the composer of the 12th Street Rag and many other people, places and events which shaped this turn-of-the-century settlement into the modern community it is today....

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Tom Mix Museum

Tom Mix was the first "King of the Cowboys," the original good guy in the white hat. Galloping across the silent screen on his horse, Tony, he rescued damsels, lassoed villains and performed death-defying feats of bravery....

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Visit the Bartlesville Bruins Sports website