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Jul. 27 • Camp Woolaroc for children ages 9-11

Great adventure for children ages 9-11

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Jul. 29 • 40th Annual Green Country Rodeo

Great rodeo event

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Jul. 30 • Summer Movies Under the Stars hosted by Bartlesville Film Society

Free family movie

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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

News

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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OKM’s Finale Moved to the Bartlesville Community Center

Posted: Jun. 7

BARTLESVILLE, Okla. (June 4, 2021) - Due to circumstances beyond anyone’s control, OKM Music’s finale performance featuring Grady Nichols and Baha Men will be held indoors at the Bartlesville Community Center. The performance will still take place Thursday, June 17, beginning at 6:00 p.m. with the doors opening at 5:00 p.m. Originally scheduled to be held at Bill Doenges Memorial Stadium, this Bartlesville landmark was chosen as the commemorative piece for the 37th season. “Even though we are moving the finale to the Bartlesville Community Center, we hope guests will still stop by and appreciate the Bill Doenges Memorial Stadium during the festival and the history that it shares within the Bartlesville community,” says Mary Lynn Mihm, Chairman of the Board. All planned events, including the local food trucks and children’s activities will still occur as planned. The community hall will be open prior to the performance for guests to enjoy the food and children’s activities. Tickets already purchased for the festival finale will be honored and transferred to the Bartlesville Community Center. Seating will be based on the different ticket choices previously planned: VIP, General, and the Senior/Student discount. Opening for Baha Men, local Tulsa saxophonist Grady Nichols will kick off the performance on the main stage at 6:00 p.m. Nichols has performed or shared the stage with everyone from the O’Jays and Bill Chaplin to Herb Alpert and Huey Lewis. He has released seven albums, performed on television and cruise ships, and hosts an annual charity concert which has seen such performers as The Beach Boys. Performing at 7:30 p.m. all the way from the Bahamas, Baha Men will bring Junkanoo stylings, pop sensibilities and Caribbean feels during their OKM performance. After the release of their hit single, ‘Who Let the Dogs Out,’ the group became internationally known where they saw several of their songs featured in movies such as Miss Congeniality, Around the World in 80 Days, Garfield: The Movie, and more. For a complete list of events, times, and locations for the 37th OKM Music Festival, visit okmmusic.org or call (918) 336-9900....

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OKM’s Annual Woolaroc Concert Set for Friday, June 11

Posted: May. 10

BARTLESVILLE, Okla. (May 7, 2021) – What better venue to celebrate an exciting ‘American Musical Journey Tour’ than at Woolaroc Wildlife Preserve and Museum?...

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Attractions

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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Bartlesville Community Center

The Bartlesville Community Center was designed by Wesley Peters, chief architect of Taliesin West–The Frank Lloyd Wright Foundation. Beautiful flowers, sheltering trees, and a statue called “Suspended Moment” complement the smooth curves, rounded lines and earth tone colors that make up the unusual architectural style of the Bartlesville Community Center....

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OKM Music Oklahoma's Premier Music Festival

OKM Music’s mission is to bring the highest quality professional musical and cultural experience to the citizens of the Bartlesville area, state of Oklahoma and the mid-America region of the United States by producing a multi-day festival with professional orchestra musicians, concert artists and musical performances of artistic excellence....

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