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Through March 24

Angels of Pandora: An AI/Human Collaboration 8 a.m. to 8 p.m. at the Price Towers, 510 S Dewey Ave. Upon viewing the exhibition, a narrative unfolds, capturing the full spectrum of emotions that arise when contemplating our future: fear, anxiety, intrigue, uncertainty, beauty, and hope. Join me as we unlock Pandora’s box of possibilities that emerge when technology and human creativity intertwine. For more information, call Deshane Atkins at 918-336-1000.

Through March 27

Seniors Connect Yoga with Lesta 10 a.m. every Monday and Wednesday. The cost is $5 per session or $80 for the eight-week session. For more information, or to register, call Elder Care at 918-336-8500.

Weekly on Saturday

History and Haunts at the Dewey Hotel 8 to 10 p.m. at the Dewey Hotel, 801 N Delaware St. Dewey. Spend an evening at the Dewey Hotel and experience some of the hotel’s unique histories while taking a lantern guided group tour into some of the rooms, usually blocked off access to guests. Each journey will be unique, as you can never predict what our fellow specters will do during the tour, or what you might hear or see. Tickets are $4 to $5. For more information or tickets, call 918-534-0215.

Saturday, Feb. 24

All That Jazz Fundraiser for Westside Community Center 6 to 11 p.m. at the Bartlesville Community Center, 300 SE Adams Blvd. Get ready for a night filled with incredible music, toe-tapping rhythms, and unforgettable performances. Soulful music, good food, dancing and silent auction. Grab your family and friends for a swinging good time. Tickets are $100. Form ore information, call Chenin Patton at 918-336-6760.

Wild West Murder Mystery Dinner 7 to 10 p.m. at Frankie P's,319 1/2 Dewey Ave. Join us for another night of food, murders, and mysteries. Now let's go back to the Wild West. Tickets are $125. For more information, call Hannah Veach with The Eatery by 3 Kids & a Cake at 918-886-3893.

Thursday, Feb. 29

Seniors Connection: Dinner With Friends 5:30 p.m. at Elder Care, 1223 Swan Dr. Enjoy a catered dinner with fantastic friends! Kay Little, local historian, appears as “The Dustbowl Woman.” Limited seating, pre-registration is required. Tickets are $20 per person and includes a catered dinner, beverages, and entertainment. Must register by Feb. 22. To purchase tickets, call Elder Care at 918-336-8500.

Friday, March 1

Bowl for Kids Sake (BFKS), signature peer-to-peer fundraising event 7 p.m. at the Red Apple Bowling center, 1414 SE Washington Blvd. Create teams, host fundraisers, collect donations, and celebrate success with prizes and awards. BFKS fundraising supports our mentoring program. We match volunteer mentors "Bigs" with children "Littles" who need help with self-esteem, decision-making, and other areas of life. For more information, call Charlene Dew at 918-213-4524.

Saturday, March 2

Uncork your support, A tour of Italy, Wine, and Food Tasting, 6:30 to 9 p.m. at St. John's Church-Father Lynch Hall, 715 S. Johnstone Ave. Annual wine tasting and food sampling event to support local students prepare for college through mentoring and life skills classes. Ploughman's tray and first wine sampling at 7 p.m. followed by three additional wine and food pairings catered by Melody’s. During the break or between pairings, feel free to peruse the silent auction tables or test your luck with the wine pull table. This event is only for persons 21 years or older. For more information or to purchase tickets, go to https://uncorkyoursupport.square.site/.

Amateur Radio License Exam Session will be held at 9 a.m. at the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints, 1501 Swan Drive. The sponsor is the Bartlesville Amateur Radio Club. For more information, email KD5FZL@bartnet.net or visit https://bartlesvilleamateurradioclub.com/.

2nd Annual Cornhole for a Cause Tournament at the Cooper and Mill Brewing Co., 200 S Dewey Ave. A fundraiser for SAFE Subsidy, which to helps provide hope and a brighter future for children, women and men who have or are currently experiencing sexual and/or physical abuse. There are many ways to help. For more information or tickets, call Kristin Curd from the Samaritan Counseling Center at 918-336-1463, email kcurd@samaritanbartlesville.org, or go to samaritanbartlesville.networkforgood.com.

Tuesday, March 5

Johnstone Irregulars Book Club Meeting 6 p.m. to 12 a.m. at the Bartlesville Public Library, 600 S Johnstone Ave. The book club meets in the Literary Services Office on the 2nd floor of the library.

The Salvation Army Women’s Auxiliary will hold its annual birthday celebration at 10 a.m. at the citadel, 101 N. Bucy. A social time will be held at 10 am, followed by the business meeting at 10:30 am. The auxiliary is a volunteer organization that helps support the various social programs of the Salvation Army. It is open to all area women

Wednesday, March 6

Seniors Connect: Free Estate Planning Session 3 p.m. at Elder Care, 1223 Swan Drive. Important information on estate planning and beneficiaries. Brandy Robles, J.D., CTFA, Vice President with Arvest Wealth Management, brings years of legal experience in estate planning to this seminar. Registration ends March 3. For more information or to register, go to http://weblink.donorperfect.com/Estate-Planning-201 or call 918-336-8500.

The Bartlesville Chapter DAR will meet at the Neighborhood Connection at 6th and Shawnee at 1:00 p.m. The March program will be presented by Nancy Lisle, Oklahoma DAR State Regent. Social time begins at 12:30 p.m. Business meeting will follow and all members and visitors are welcome. The community is invited to attend. For questions, Call 918-333-9439 and ask for Donna Copeland.

Thursday, March 7

Bowl for Kids Sake (BFKS), signature peer-to-peer fundraising event 7 p.m. at the Red Apple Bowling center, 1414 SE Washington Blvd. Create teams, host fundraisers, collect donations, and celebrate success with prizes and awards. BFKS fundraising supports our mentoring program. We match volunteer mentors "Bigs" with children "Littles" who need help with self-esteem, decision-making, and other areas of life. For more information, call Charlene Dew at 918-213-4524.

Friday, March 8

Bowl for Kids Sake (BFKS), signature peer-to-peer fundraising event 7 p.m. at the Red Apple Bowling center, 1414 SE Washington Blvd. Create teams, host fundraisers, collect donations, and celebrate success with prizes and awards. BFKS fundraising supports our mentoring program. We match volunteer mentors "Bigs" with children "Littles" who need help with self-esteem, decision-making, and other areas of life. For more information, call Charlene Dew at 918-213-4524.

Saturday, March 9

Shamrock the Ville 2024, 5k and Fun Run at the Tower Center at Unity Square, 6th and Dewey Streets in Historic Downtown. Shamrock the 'Ville 2024 is the 15th annual St. Patrick's Day celebration in downtown Bartlesville. Festivities include a 5K race, 1 mi. Fun Run, prizes and plenty of great costumes of green. All to benefit Catholic Charities-Mary Martha Outreach, a non-profit organization that provides necessary items to those in need. For more information or tickets, go to https://www.shamrocktheville.com/.

Tuesday, March 12

Seniors Connection: Dinner With Friends 5:30 p.m. at Elder Care, 1223 Swan Dr. Fabulous Food and Fantastic Friends! Enjoy a catered dinner by Shortie’s Grill. The cost is $20 per person. RSVP by March 9. Entertainment is provided by musician extraordinaire –Father John O’Neill. For more information or to register, go to http://weblink.donorperfect.com/March-Dinner or call 918-336-8500.

Thursday, March 14

“AMERICAN WOMAN: ABrief History and Exciting True Story of the Women Suffragists” will play beginning at 7 p.m. at Theater Bartlesville, 312 S. Dewey Ave. Doors open at 6:30 p.m. The experience is sponsored by the League of Women Voters of Bartlesville.

Saturday, March 16

Made in America, presented by BSO 7:30 p.m. at the Bartlesville Community Center, 300 SE Adams Blvd. From its movie theaters to its symphony halls to its concert venues, American music is as diverse as the nation. Surrounding a performance featuring the winner of this season’s Young Artists Competition will be a variety of engaging American music, both new and familiar. Tickets are from $11 to $56, free admission for students through high school with a purchase of an adult ticket. For more information or to purchase tickets, call the Bartlesville Symphony Orchestra at 918-337-2787.

Tuesday, March 19

Community Connect: Free Cognitive/ Memory Screenings Central States Research with Dr. Sarah Land 10 a.m. to 1 p.m. at Elder Care, 1223 Swan Drive. Central States Research, in Tulsa, is a dedicated clinical research site that can offer cutting-edge treatments in multiple therapeutic areas. Dr. Sarah Land, DO, and her team of professionals will hold 15-minute memory screenings for qualifying treatments and trials. Limited space. Appointment required. Call 918-336-8500 to schedule your appointment.

Wednesday, March 20 through September 4

Woolaroc Animal Barn and Mountain Man Camp at the Woolaroc Museum & Wildlife Preserve, 12 miles SW on Hwy 123 from US 60. One of the most popular spots for children at Woolaroc is the Animal Barn which houses some of our favorite furry friends, including rabbits, chickens, goats and donkeys. Do you want to learn how to throw a tomahawk or shoot a black powder long gun? Get transported to an 1840s fur traders’ camp where you will experience hands-on engagement with our mountain men who educate and entertain. For more information, go to woolaroc.org or call 918-336-0307.

Saturday, March 30

Easter at the Frank Phillips Home 9:30 to 11:30 a.m. at 1107 Cherokee. Enjoy a morning of festivities, including an Easter egg hunt, Easter egg decorating, and a live appearance from the Easter bunny himself. Your children and grandchildren will not want to miss this free event. For more information go to FrankPhillipsHome.org or call 918-336-2491.

Saturday, April 6

45th Annual Operation Eagle Powwow 1 to 10 p.m. at the Washington County Fairgrounds, 1109 N Delaware St. The Crowning of Pricess Shaylee Williams and Gourd Dancing will be at 1 p.m. and the Grand Entry and Competition Dancing at 6 p.m. Come enjoy the junior and adult dance contests or do some shopping. Vendors welcome, contact littleaxedr@bps-ok.org or call 918-337-0130.

Mozart's Requiem, presented by Bartlesville Chorale 7 p.m. at The Center, 300 SE Adams Blvd. This mysterious masterwork has never been forgotten, despite being left incomplete at Mozart’s death. Its artistic power has mesmerized musicians about how to complete it since its conception. Tickets are $15 to $30. For more information, go to www.bartlesvillecenter.com or call 918-337-2787.

Tuesday, April 9

"The Cher Show" presented by Broadway in Bartlesville 7:30 p.m. at the Bartlesville Community Center, 300 SE Adams Blvd. Tony Award-winning musical of her story. Thirty-five smash hits, six decades of stardom, two rock-star husbands, a Grammy, an Oscar, an Emmy, and enough Tony Award-winning Bob Mackie gowns to cause a sequin shortage in New York City, all in one unabashedly fabulous new musical that will have you dancing in the aisles. Recommended for ages 10+. Tickets are $30 to $85. For more information or tickets, go to https://www.bartlesvillecenter.com/.

Wednesday, April 10

Abbacadabara, the Ultimate ABBA Tribute, presented by Bartlesville Community Concert Association (BCCA) 7:30 p.m. at the Bartlesville Community Center, 300 SE Adams Blvd. Dust off the leisure suits! Shine up those platform shoes! Be transported back to a simpler time when gas was under $1.00 per gallon … when music was fun, inspiring, and uplifting … and disco was King. Tickets are $15 to $46. Free admission for students through high school with adult ticket and free tickets for college students with valid ID. For more information or tickets, go to https://www.bartlesvillecenter.com/.

This article originally appeared on Oklahoman: Bartlesville Calendar for Feb. 21