Through Sept. 27
Wine Wednesday 5 to 7 p.m. at the Palace Rooms Lounge, 309 Dewey Ave. Every Wednesday we’re offering free wine tastings for our guests who are over 21. Our team of wine experts will also be on hand to demonstrate and discuss our select wines.
Through Sept. 29
“A Century of Education” presented by the Bartlesville Area History Museum Presents (BAHM) 8:30 a.m. to 4 p.m. Monday through Friday at 401 S. Johnstone Ave., fifth floor. The exhibit will feature various artifacts from local schools over the years. In addition, youngsters or the “young at heart” may enjoy our history of education coloring station and a look through BAHM’s turn of the century Nelson Carr One-Room School. For more information, call 918-338-4290 or email email@example.com.
Bartlesville Art Association, Annual Art Show 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. Monday through Friday at the Bartlesville Community Center Lyon Gallery, 300 SE Adams Blvd. The art show sale and silent auction opening reception will be 5 to 7 p.m. Aug. 25.
Saturdays through Oct. 28
Bartlesville Farmers Market every Saturday May through October 8 to 11 a.m. Frank Phillips Park, 222 SW Frank Phillips Blvd. Bartlesville Farmers Market offers a variety of fresh produce, baked goods, homemade items and more. The farmers market has a wide variety of fresh produce, grass-fed beef, pasture-raised pork, fresh eggs, baked goods, raw honey and homemade goods. Enjoy music and shopping! There is something for everyone at the farmers market! For more information visit the farmers market website at www.bartlesvillefarmersmarket.com.
Thursday, Sept. 14
Power Hour: What About In-Home Services noon at Elder Care, 1223 Swan Drive. Jerrie Lindley, Program Support Coordinator & In-Home Director will discuss this unique program that offers chore and errand service through In-Home services. Open to all who are interested in learning more about this program.
Saturday, Sept. 16
Sky Trail Adventure Challenge 8 a.m. to noon at Camp McClintock, 216 County Road 2427. Come join us for our inaugural Sky Trail Adventure Challenge. Trail running, wall climbing, zip-lining, and kayaking! Professionally timed and open to anyone 18 and over, take a run through our camp and see what our Scouts enjoy when they visit. For tickets, contact Tiffany Cook with the Cherokee Area Council Scouts BSA, at 918-336-9170 or go to https://runsignup.com/Race/OK/Pawhuska/SkyTrailAdventureChallenge.
36th Annual Oldie’s and Goodie’s Car Show 8 a.m. in Downtown Dewey off Don Tyler, West of highway 75. Registration is $25 at the show. Proceeds will go to several local charities. Top 20 trophies, a HIGH 5 cash prizes. Late model trophies and Choice trophies will be given. Food vendors, cool cars, professional hotrod photographer, and more cool cars. For more information call Hannah 918-534-6920.
Monday, Sept. 18
Bartlesville Community Concert Association (BCCA) presents “Church of Cash” 7:30 p.m. at the Bartlesville Community Center, 300 SE Adams Blvd. A world class Johnny Cash tribute, the Church of Cash brings a style, energy, and loyalty to Johnny’s songs and message that can’t be matched. Savings are available on season tickets through the night of the show or single tickets may be purchased. Students will be admitted free. For more information, go to bccamusic.org or call the Box Office at 918-337-2787.
Tuesday, Sept. 19
Community Connect: “Motion is Your Motivation” 6 p.m. Elder Care, 1223 Swan Drive. Retired Army Col. Craig Flowers knows motivation. Join us for motivational session No. 1 on our Motivational Month series and be inspired by Col. Flowers stories and experiences in the military and on the basketball court. FREE attendance. RSVP to Elder Care at 918-336-8500. Limited seating.
Thursday, Sept. 21
Community Connect: “Lessons From Legos” 6 p.m. Elder Care, 1223 Swan Drive. Father John O’Neill knows Legos. His hobby with Legos and music offers surprises and unexpected outcomes. Be prepared to be inspired! FREE attendance. RSVP to Elder Care at 918-336-8500. Limited seating.
Bartlesville Women’s Network September program 6 p.m. at the Bartlesville Public Library, Room C. The program is An Insightful Review of “Little Women” and how it relates to feminism today by Jackie Backer.
Bartlesville Area History Museum (BAHM) Lunch and Learn, Guest speaker Kay Little to talk about the history of “One-Room School Houses” noon to 1 p.m., 401 S. Johnstone Ave. 5th floor. Guests are encouraged to bring their own lunch. No reservation is necessary. For more information, call 918-338-4290 or email firstname.lastname@example.org.
Friday, Sept. 22
Seniors Connect – Go Travel day trip – “Pioneer Days at Har-Ber Village in Grove, OK ” 9 a.m. – 5 p.m. Elder Care, 1223 Swan Drive. $250/ person. Includes transportation, driver, guide, entrance to the pioneer-era village with period-specific craftspeople, and historical displays housed in over 100 cabins with artifacts and exhibits. Includes access to the village and an old-fashioned barbecue in the pavilion amongst the spectacular fall scenery. Open to adults of all ages. Have questions, contact Go Travel’s trip Ambassador, Candy (918) 633-8532. In partnership with Go Global Ltd of Bartlesville. Register by August 22, 2023, at https://abouteldercare.org/resources/go-travel/pioneer-days.
Saturday, Sept. 23
Concern’s 2nd Annual Battle in Bartlesville Lip Sync Contest Fundraiser 6 p.m. at the Hilton Garden Inn, 205 SW Frank Phillips Blvd. Come out and help support an individual or family in need of assistance. Whether you want to perform, sponsor, or advertise, go to https://concerncares.com/battle-in-bartlesville. Tickets on sale.
CommUNITY Fest 2023 5 to 9 p.m. at Unity Square, 300 SE Adams Blvd. Join us for a day of celebrating the culture that makes Bartlesville unique. A Chinese New Year’s Dance, local cultural artisans, and a performance by Zodiac are just a few of the things you have to look forward to at this year’s event. This is a free, family-friendly event.For more information, call Allison Swift at 918-337-2787.
Wednesday, Sept. 27
CMY3K Color Run & Walk 1:20 p.m. at the Caney Valley High School, 620 Wyandotte Ave., Ramona. The Publications/Yearbook students are holding a Color Run benefit to help the students traveling to the National High School Journalism Convention in April 2024 in Kansas City. Registration is $15 and includes race bib, shirt and color. Non-racer packs are $10 and include three bags of color and neon glasses. For more information, email email@example.com.
Thursday, Sept. 28
Community Connect: Tales from Buffalo Dale 6 p.m. Elder Care, 1223 Swan Drive. Exclusive to Elder Care, Dale Lewis, “Buffalo Dale,” local author and filmmaker will screen his 60-minute documentary based on his Mullendore murder stories. Light refreshments will be served. Q/A to follow the screening. FREE attendance. RSVP to Elder Care at 918-336-8500. Limited seating.
Saturday, Sept. 30
Cow Thieves and Outlaws Reunion 6:30 p.m. at the Woolaroc Museum and Wildlife Preserve, 12 miles SW on Highway123 from US 60. The reunion is held outdoors at Woolaroc’s Clyde Lake Pavilion, and features live music, dancing, food, drink, and a limited number of vendors. Read about the history of the Cow Thieves & Outlaws Reunion. For more information, go to https://www.facebook.com/CowThievesandOutlawsReunion or call 18-336-0307.
The Hits Show Songs from the ’60s, ’70s, and ’80s 7:30 p.m. at the Bartlesville Community Center, 300 SE Adams Blvd. Phaedra Marze Clemons, has been nominated for two different award organizations in Branson, MO for her dynamic vocals. For more information, call 918-337-2787.
Thursday, Oct. 5
SAFE-NOW: Domestic Violence and Sexual Assault Conference 2023 8 a.m. to 5 p.m. Tri-County Tech, 6101 Nowata Road. This empowering event aims to raise awareness and provide continuing education for law enforcement, counselors, advocates, medical professionals, forensic interviewers, social workers, legal professionals and school safety coordinators.
Saturday, Oct. 7
Oktoberfest 2023 sponsored by OKM Music 3 to 9 p.m. Downtown Bartlesville on Dewey between 4th and 5th street. The festival will have drinks, live music, food, games, dancing, kids activities, and more. Tickets for students are $7, Adults, $12, and children under 12 are free. To purchase tickets or if you would like to apply to be a vendor, go to https://okmmusic.org/oktoberfest-2023/.
Saturday, Nov. 11
Dancing with the Stars 2023, Paths to Independence (PTI) fundraiser for the only accredited Pre-K through 12th grade school in Oklahoma that accepts students and adults with autism at all levels of functioning. Fundraiser will be from 6:30 to 9:30 p.m. at the Bartlesville Community Center, 300 SE Adams Blvd. Sponsor and group tables for the popular PTI fundraise go on sale Sept. 1 and general admission ticket for $75 go on sale Oct. 15. Dancers are judged 50 percent on dance routines and 50 percent on the money raiseb by votes. Each dollar donated equals one vote. To sponsor a table, cast a vote, or buy tickets, go to www.pathstoindependence.org or PTI’s Facebook page at https://www.facebook.com/PathsToIndependence/.