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  • Downtown Pittsburg

    The recently completed Downtown Streetscape Project welcomes visitors with new streets, new sidewalks, new street lights, new trash receptacles and new benches along Broadway in downtown Pittsburg.

  • PSU Veterans Memorial Amphitheater

    Sitting on a three-acre site, the memorial features a one-half sized replica of the permanent Vietnam Memorial Wall in Washington D.C, a reflecting pool, patriotic bronze sculptures and more.

  • Miner's Memorial & Immigrant Park

    This coal miners' memorial celebrates and preserves the rich mining and immigrant history of the deep shaft and strip miners, including auxiliary workers, in the Weir-Pittsburg Coal Field.

  • Mined Land Wildlife Area

    The Mined Land Wildlife Area is rugged country dotted with over 1,000 strip-mine lakes, steep-sided hills and dense vegetation, great for hunting, hiking, camping and so much more.

 

Girard Homecoming

Friday and Saturday, September 10th and 11th come to Girard and enjoy a Pep Rally, Homecoming Football Game, Saturday morning parade and all day events around the historic Girard square.

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Cato Days 2014

The Cato Historical Preservation Society presents its annual Cato Days 2014, Saturday, October 18th.

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Pittsburg Community Theatre "The Nightmare Before Christmas"

Pittsburg Community Theatre presents "The Nightmare Before Christmas" Oct 31 - Nov 2, 2014 at Pittsburg's Memorial Auditorium.

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Boom Town

Jun 29, 2013 -- 11:37am

Each year, around Independence Day, the small town of Hepler, Kansas experiences a slight population boom. The town of less than 200, will grow exponentially for two nights, during the annual Hepler Ruritan Club Rodeo. This is by far, one of the most unique and entertaining events in the region. For more than fourty years, Hepler residents have banded together to put on a great 4th of July celebration, complete with two nights of rodeo, live music, downtown parade and fireworks. And of course, you can't forget the famous "Hillbilly Games." The uniquely country competitions, have been a rite of passage for many generations and provide fun for the participants and sidesplitting entertainment for the crowd. So if you're looking for a touch of the good ol' days, then saddle up and ride on in to the one horse town of Hepler, Kansas this July 3rd and 4th, be a part of the boom! Click HERE for more details

The Sound of Music

Apr 08, 2013 -- 10:28am

Pittsburg and Crawford County, Kansas is quickly becoming the place for live music in the region. From the sounds pouring onto to 6th Street from JST Bobby G’s in downtown Pittsburg to a raucous crowd at the annual Red Dirt Night at the Crawford County Fair, live music is everywhere. An example of this will be on full display, Saturday, April 20th as more than 20 bands ascend on Pittsburg for Big Bang Rock Fest 4. This annual event has expanded to include 4 separate locations in Downtown Pittsburg and will feature music for every ear. Like football and fried chicken, live music is quickly becoming  another reason to Visit Crawford County! Check out this video to see what I mean. It's all about the local music scene in Pittsburg and recently won the PSU Film Festival. Watch "The Union of Sound" Big Bang Rock Fest JST Bobby G’s Crawford County Fair www.visitcrawfordcounty.com

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