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Saturday May 20, 2017, Great things going on in the Bartlesville area

Posted: May 18, 2017

Canine Carnivale

The Canine Carnivale is a grand celebration of canines and the amazing people that love them!! An event for all ages regardless if you are on 2 legs or 4.
The Carnivale will be from 8am to 3pm and will have several parts. Portions of the park it’s self will be sectioned off for children and pet games. The parking lot of the dog park will be set up with a stage for various costume contests and awards from the Doggie Dash. The surrounding area will be divided between food vendors, product vendors and promotional booths. 
The Canine Carnivale will benefit Cooper Dog Park. Portions of product/food sales and vendor fees will be donated to help maintain the park. The event is FREE to the public to attend. With your help we can keep Cooper Dog Park an oasis for pets and pet owners!
Parking will be at the Lee Lake parking and the soccer fields parking lots around Cooper Dog Park. Access from Adams Rd on the south side of the park or via Silver Lake on the West side.

2nd Annual Arrowhead Doggie Dash

This year, Arrowhead Charites is proud to present the 2nd Annual Arrowhead Doggie Dash, a celebration of pet health and happiness! Proceeds will go to aid in the fight to save animal lives through education, community support and healthy living. Join us for a fun filled morning and to celebrate healthy living on 2 legs and 4! Beneficiaries of this year’s Doggie Dash are WCSPCA and ARF. The Race will be part of the 1st Annual Canine Carnivale (8am-3pm) that will include a pet fair, flea market, vendors, food Court, costume competition, and play areas for your pets and children. To learn more about the Canine Carnivale visit our website. The Canine Carnival will benefit Cooper Dog Park via Bark Park Buddies. This is the 2nd Annual fundraiser benefiting WCSPCA and ARF. We now have our very own certified 5K course that utilizes Lee Lake, the Pathfinder Trail and Robinwood Park! This will be the inaugural race on this course and we will provide chip timing this year, not just gun!
7:00 AM- Registration opens, 8:30 AM- Morning Dog Walk, 9:00 AM- 5K Race, 1:00 PM- Afternoon Dog Walk
Start/Finish line will be in the Lee Lake parking lot and registration will be in the Cooper Dog Park parking lot. We will be offering a Softy T-Shirt or a Tank Top this year for participants. Be sure to register before May 7th to guarantee a shirt. Trophies for top male and top female as well as 1st, 2nd, 3rd place metals for each age and gender group. 
Late Registration - Individual 5k- $30.00 - Dog Walk- $20.00
For more information or to learn more about Arrowhead Charities upcoming events please visit our Facebook page or ArrowheadVetClinic.com/ArrowheadCharities

Woolaroc  Spring Trail Ride

The Spring Trail Ride is $50 per person. Trail Ride includes two meals; lunch and dinner. Need to bring your own horse and Coggins information. The ride starts at 10 am and finishes around 5 pm. Riders are welcome to come out the night before and camp overnight. The Front Gate will open at 7am on Saturday morning. The country retreat of oilman Frank Phillips, Woolaroc is hidden away in the beauty of the rolling Osage Hills. The trail ride covers approximately 15 miles of terrain that is rarely, if ever, seen by the general public. Nothing would have pleased Mr. Phillips more than to have known that riders were enjoying his ranch doing something he loved to do...ride. It is common to see buffalo, elk, deer and longhorn cattle along the trails of Woolaroc. From 10 am to 5 pm non-riders can enjoy the many Woolaroc attractions, including the Lodge and Museum with the premier western art of Remington, Leigh and Russell and one of the world’s finest collections of Colt firearms and an excellent collection of Navajo blankets.

Chalk the Ville"

Chalk the Ville" Saturday May 20th, from 11am - 3 pm in front of Bartlesville City Hall. Activities will include a jump house, face painting, Sandy candy (create your own pixie stick), plant a flower, rubber ducky race, keepsake hand/footprints. Admission is $7 for a wristband, includes all activities. Concessions will be available. This event is a fundraiser for Wilson Elementary. Chalk positive artwork and words on the streets and sidewalks in front of city hall.

Live Prince Tribute at Heritage Theatre Cafe & Pub

Saturday May 20th at 8 pm. Live PRINCE Tribute featuring Vince & the Revelation. Live on stage! Vince as Prince brings this Legendary Artist to life at Heritage Theatre! Wear your Raspberry Beret or get your Purple on! Tickets are $20 each and are available at Heritage Theatre 306 E Don Tyler, Dewey OK or online at theheritagetheatre.com

Art of Motion Dancing Outside the Box

Art of Motion will present Dancing Outside the Box on Saturday May 20th starting at 7 pm, Bartlesville Community Center. Tickets can be purchased at www.tututix.com/aomdance

Kiddie Park 

Kiddie Park is now open on Friday and Saturday evenings from 7 pm to 10 pm. Johnstone Park. Tickets are .50 each and all rides take one ticket.


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