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Benefit Art Show Constantine Theater in Pawhuska

Charity art auction to benefit renovations at The Constantine Theater. The Ben Johnson Days Artisans of the West Exhibition and Sale will be held on June 15-19 at The Constantine Theatre in Pawhuska, OK.

The Constantine Theater in Pawhuska, Oklahoma is the second oldest performing arts center in Oklahoma. The Constantine Theater was built in 1914 and touted as the "Finest Opera House in the Southwest"

As seen at the National Cowboy and Western Heritage Museum in Oklahoma City, come experience the west with artists from the international Traditional Cowboy Arts Association and other masters as they display their works in Bits and Spurs, Saddle Making, Silversmithing, and Rawhide Braiding. Preserving and honoring the traditional cowboy arts, the exhibition highlights one-of-a-kind, handcrafted works exemplifying the finest skills found in the traditional cowboy arts.

There will be a limited live auction offering three different adventure packages at the event. Items include a visit to Wolf Creek Ranch, dinner, and a movie for thirty friends at The Constantine Theater, and one night at Post Oak Lodge including tree top lighted zipline canopy tours.

Enjoy viewing the time-honored exhibition June 15-19 at The Constantine Theatre in Pawhuska, OK. A Preview Party which will include gourmet food and beverages, will be on Wednesday June 15th at 6:00pm and tickets are $25. Daily tickets to the Exhibit are $5, children under twelve can attend the exhibition at no charge.

Tickets are also available online at www.constantinetheater.com.

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