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Apr. 24 • Shamrock the 'Ville 5K and fun run

Benefitting Mary Martha Outreach

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Apr. 26 • Family HealthCare Clinic Bloomin’ in Bartlesville May Day Fundraiser

send a Blooimin’ Basket to your friends and neighbors in Bartlesville

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Apr. 27 • BPS Teacher of the Year & Rising Star of the Year

Celebrate Bartlesville teachers

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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

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Visit Bartlesville offices to relocate to Community Center

Posted: Mar. 23

Visit Bartlesville offices to relocate

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Tickets For OKM’s 37th Festival Are Now On Sale

Posted: Apr. 14

BARTLESVILLE, Okla. (April 13, 2021) - The OKM Music Festival is entering its 37th year as Oklahoma’s premier music festival. Hosting its first festival in 1985, the OKM Music Festival is one of the state’s longest running music festivals to date. From June 10 - 17, Bartlesville will enjoy classical and multi-genre entertainment from performers around the world. Due to COVID-19, the 2020 OKM Music Festival was re-imagined, downscaled and postponed to September of last year. Most of the original 2020 lineup has been confirmed to perform in 2021 with a few exciting additions planned. Highlights of the upcoming season include a return favorite: Canadian Brass, who will be kicking off the festival at the Bartlesville Community Center on Thursday, June 10. Canadian Brass is one of the most recognized brass ensembles in the world and includes the talent of five extraordinary talents: tuba, two trumpets, a trombone and horn. Their last performance stop in Bartlesville was during the 2015 festival and are always well-received within the community. “Canadian Brass has been a longtime favorite of OKM,” said Mary Lynn Mihm, Chairman of the Board. “We’re thrilled to have them back in Bartlesville for our upcoming season.” Other highlighting artists include Bartlesville alumni, Jack Settle, who will be opening for Dallas Brass at the beloved Woolaroc performance. Classical crossover group, Dallas String Quartet, has an electrifying concert planned of classical and contemporary music infused together. Tina Guo, another classical crossover artist, will make an OKM performance stop in Tulsa at the Tulsa Performing Arts Center. Guo is one of the most recorded cellists of all time, and collaborates with video game and film composers, such as Hans Zimmer who composed the recent Blockbuster film, Wonder Woman 1984. “Tina Guo performed a virtual performance during OKM’s 2020 festival and received over 30,000 views from every corner of the world,” said Ryan Martin, Marketing Director. “Infusing acoustic and electric cello, I know she has quite the exciting performance planned.” Classical music is the backbone of the OKM Music Festival. Returning to OKM from 2019, Steinway pianist Jenny Lin will be performing a special performance at Philbrook Museum of Art in Tulsa. Other classical performers include crossover group Take 3 and pianist Wynona Wang. “Performing works from Beethoven, Brahms, Chopin, Debussy, Liszt and Schumann, we have a fantastic classical series planned for our guests,” says Mihm. Geared as a family concert, Tulsa saxophonist Grady Nichols will kick off the festival finale with an exciting jazz performance. Following Nichols is the GRAMMY Award-winning, multi-platinum family of nine, Baha Men. Known for their hit single, ‘Who Let the Dogs Out,’ Baha Men will bring Junkanoo stylings, pop sensibilities, and the Caribbean to Bartlesville.“It’s going to be a great family concert, and we hope the entire community comes out to celebrate with us,” said Mihm. In addition to the main stage concerts, OKM hosts free performances throughout the festival week, including performances by Ann-Janette Webster, Hugo Salcedo, Ryan & Ryan piano duo, Merz Trio, and local pianist Keeli Droege, to name a few. Kid’s activities include special kids-only activities, events and performances, such as story time music and art projects, as well as the popular tea party held each year. Traditionally held the same week as the OKM Music Festival, this year, the ‘Especially for Kids’ series will be held June 5 - 10. Advance reservations for the ‘Especially for Kids’ and Showcase series are required and will become available on Monday, March 1. For ticket information and a complete list of events, times, and locations, visit okmmusic.org, or call 918-336-9900. Concert prices range from $15 to $90 depending on the performances and there are also student and senior discounts for most concerts....

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Kidsfest Event at Woolaroc Museum and Wildlife Preserve

Posted: Apr. 5

Kidsfest Event at Woolaroc Museum and Wildlife Preserve on June 26 - 27, 2021 from 10 am to 5 pm

Woolaroc is excited to celebrate the 30th annual KidsFest celebration!...

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Attractions

Bartlesville Buffalo Art

 The Buffalo Stampede began in 1998 as Senior Gold Project for Girl Scout Troop 208. The troop chose Mary Martha Outreach as the recipient of profits from the buffalo....

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Phillips Petroleum Company Museum

Be inspired by the story of Phillips' transformation from a small Bartlesville business to a global energy enterprise, and the extraordinary people who made it happen....

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Frank Phillips Home

Although the house itself is beautiful and ornate with rich imported Philippine mahogany, handcrafted molded ceilings, and Waterford crystal chandeliers, it is the original furnishings left by the Phillips family that make this tour an experience to remember....

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