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Sep. 18 • Woolaroc Fall Trail ride (bring your own horse)

approximately 15 mile trail ride

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Sep. 18 • 4th Annual All Bellanca Fly-in, Lions Club will serve breakfast & lunch

Specialty plane fly-in

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Sep. 18 • The Big Abstract – 30×40 Painting Workshop

Painting workshop with Lauren Florence

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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


DATE SET FOR 2021 AGAPE MISSION ‘EMPTY BOWLS’ EVENT This Event is the 13th Year of Raising Funds to Feed the Hungry

Posted: Jun. 25

BARTLESVILLE – Although Agape Mission has been in existence for more than 20 years, this year is an important benchmark—it signals a return to normal and the resumption of the annual Empty Bowls Fundraiser after the COVID pause of last year. The fundraiser which supports the mission’s “Food for Kids Program” and its on-site meal program is set for Tuesday, August 24 at Bartlesville Community Center. Traditionally the event is a come-and-go that takes place at lunch time from 11 a.m. till 1 p.m....

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Bartlesville Area History Museum’s September Book Club

Posted: Aug. 24

The Bartlesville Area History Museum is excited to announce the Hometown History Book Club's August and September read The Bedside Book of Bad Girls: Outlaw Women of the American West by Michael Rutter....

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Woolaroc and Frank Phillips Home Announce New CEO

Posted: Jun. 14

The Frank Phillips Foundation, owners and operators of two of Oklahoma’s historic treasures, announced today the hiring of Kevin Hoch as their new CEO/Director.  The naming of Hoch followed an extensive search process by the Foundation as they received over 60 applications from more than 25 states.   “We were not surprised by the high level of interest in the position considering the fact that these are two of the finest jewels in Oklahoma,” said Foundation Chairman Merl Lindstrom....

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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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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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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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