Albers Marine Annual Outdoor Show

The Albers Marine Outdoor Show is typically held the weekend prior to Super Bowl weekend. Saturday 9a-7p; and, Sunday 9a-3p.

Features a kids casting contest, boats on display, fishing vendors & more. Professional demonstrations at the show on Saturday afternoon.

Free admission & free parking.

Art Exploration free workshop

IMPORTANT: Please call ArtForms Gallery each Tuesday to confirm Art Exploration is definitely scheduled before coming – 620-240-0165.

Are you looking for camaraderie while exploring your artistic side? Join Gallery artist Pat Glick every Tuesday afternoon, 1 p.m. – 3 p.m. to explore different art techniques. Pat will lead you through a creative art experience every week. Feel free to bring something you are working on also. We will have opportunities to participate in community activities and charities at times. Art Exploration is free so you just bring your willingness to try something new in art!

To help our our customers and artists to remain safe during the changing health conditions in our community. Please maintain appropriate social distancing and wear a mask when visiting. We will do our part in maintaining a clear and safe environment for you to shop or take a workshop.

Art Exploration free workshop

IMPORTANT: Please call ArtForms Gallery each Tuesday to confirm Art Exploration is definitely scheduled before coming – 620-240-0165.

Are you looking for camaraderie while exploring your artistic side? Join Gallery artist Pat Glick every Tuesday afternoon, 1 p.m. – 3 p.m. to explore different art techniques. Pat will lead you through a creative art experience every week. Feel free to bring something you are working on also. We will have opportunities to participate in community activities and charities at times. Art Exploration is free so you just bring your willingness to try something new in art!

To help our our customers and artists to remain safe during the changing health conditions in our community. Please maintain appropriate social distancing and wear a mask when visiting. We will do our part in maintaining a clear and safe environment for you to shop or take a workshop.

Art Exploration free workshop

IMPORTANT: Please call ArtForms Gallery each Tuesday to confirm Art Exploration is definitely scheduled before coming – 620-240-0165.

Are you looking for camaraderie while exploring your artistic side? Join Gallery artist Pat Glick every Tuesday afternoon, 1 p.m. – 3 p.m. to explore different art techniques. Pat will lead you through a creative art experience every week. Feel free to bring something you are working on also. We will have opportunities to participate in community activities and charities at times. Art Exploration is free so you just bring your willingness to try something new in art!

To help our our customers and artists to remain safe during the changing health conditions in our community. Please maintain appropriate social distancing and wear a mask when visiting. We will do our part in maintaining a clear and safe environment for you to shop or take a workshop.

Art Exploration free workshop

IMPORTANT: Please call ArtForms Gallery each Tuesday to confirm Art Exploration is definitely scheduled before coming – 620-240-0165.

Are you looking for camaraderie while exploring your artistic side? Join Gallery artist Pat Glick every Tuesday afternoon, 1 p.m. – 3 p.m. to explore different art techniques. Pat will lead you through a creative art experience every week. Feel free to bring something you are working on also. We will have opportunities to participate in community activities and charities at times. Art Exploration is free so you just bring your willingness to try something new in art!

To help our our customers and artists to remain safe during the changing health conditions in our community. Please maintain appropriate social distancing and wear a mask when visiting. We will do our part in maintaining a clear and safe environment for you to shop or take a workshop.

Art Exploration free workshop

IMPORTANT: Please call ArtForms Gallery each Tuesday to confirm Art Exploration is definitely scheduled before coming – 620-240-0165.

Are you looking for camaraderie while exploring your artistic side? Join Gallery artist Pat Glick every Tuesday afternoon, 1 p.m. – 3 p.m. to explore different art techniques. Pat will lead you through a creative art experience every week. Feel free to bring something you are working on also. We will have opportunities to participate in community activities and charities at times. Art Exploration is free so you just bring your willingness to try something new in art!

To help our our customers and artists to remain safe during the changing health conditions in our community. Please maintain appropriate social distancing and wear a mask when visiting. We will do our part in maintaining a clear and safe environment for you to shop or take a workshop.

Pittsburg Area Farmers’ Market

The Pittsburg Area Farmers’ Market is open 8:00 am – 12:00 pm each Saturday until October 31. The farmers’ market pavilion is located at the intersection of 11th St. and Broadway St. in downtown Pittsburg. For more information, contact Kim Vogel at (620) 231-8310 or visit Pittsburg Area Farmers’ Market.

Art Exploration free workshop

IMPORTANT: Please call ArtForms Gallery each Tuesday to confirm Art Exploration is definitely scheduled before coming – 620-240-0165.

Are you looking for camaraderie while exploring your artistic side? Join Gallery artist Pat Glick every Tuesday afternoon, 1 p.m. – 3 p.m. to explore different art techniques. Pat will lead you through a creative art experience every week. Feel free to bring something you are working on also. We will have opportunities to participate in community activities and charities at times. Art Exploration is free so you just bring your willingness to try something new in art!

To help our our customers and artists to remain safe during the changing health conditions in our community. Please maintain appropriate social distancing and wear a mask when visiting. We will do our part in maintaining a clear and safe environment for you to shop or take a workshop.

Pittsburg Area Farmers’ Market

The Pittsburg Area Farmers’ Market is open 8:00 am – 12:00 pm each Saturday until October 31. The farmers’ market pavilion is located at the intersection of 11th St. and Broadway St. in downtown Pittsburg. For more information, contact Kim Vogel at (620) 231-8310 or visit Pittsburg Area Farmers’ Market.

Art Exploration free workshop

IMPORTANT: Please call ArtForms Gallery each Tuesday to confirm Art Exploration is definitely scheduled before coming – 620-240-0165.

Are you looking for camaraderie while exploring your artistic side? Join Gallery artist Pat Glick every Tuesday afternoon, 1 p.m. – 3 p.m. to explore different art techniques. Pat will lead you through a creative art experience every week. Feel free to bring something you are working on also. We will have opportunities to participate in community activities and charities at times. Art Exploration is free so you just bring your willingness to try something new in art!

To help our our customers and artists to remain safe during the changing health conditions in our community. Please maintain appropriate social distancing and wear a mask when visiting. We will do our part in maintaining a clear and safe environment for you to shop or take a workshop.

Pittsburg Area Farmers’ Market

The Pittsburg Area Farmers’ Market is open 8:00 am – 12:00 pm each Saturday until October 31. The farmers’ market pavilion is located at the intersection of 11th St. and Broadway St. in downtown Pittsburg. For more information, contact Kim Vogel at (620) 231-8310 or visit Pittsburg Area Farmers’ Market.

Art Exploration free workshop

IMPORTANT: Please call ArtForms Gallery each Tuesday to confirm Art Exploration is definitely scheduled before coming – 620-240-0165.

Are you looking for camaraderie while exploring your artistic side? Join Gallery artist Pat Glick every Tuesday afternoon, 1 p.m. – 3 p.m. to explore different art techniques. Pat will lead you through a creative art experience every week. Feel free to bring something you are working on also. We will have opportunities to participate in community activities and charities at times. Art Exploration is free so you just bring your willingness to try something new in art!

To help our our customers and artists to remain safe during the changing health conditions in our community. Please maintain appropriate social distancing and wear a mask when visiting. We will do our part in maintaining a clear and safe environment for you to shop or take a workshop.

Pittsburg Area Farmers’ Market

The Pittsburg Area Farmers’ Market is open 8:00 am – 12:00 pm each Saturday until October 31. The farmers’ market pavilion is located at the intersection of 11th St. and Broadway St. in downtown Pittsburg. For more information, contact Kim Vogel at (620) 231-8310 or visit Pittsburg Area Farmers’ Market.

Art Exploration free workshop

IMPORTANT: Please call ArtForms Gallery each Tuesday to confirm Art Exploration is definitely scheduled before coming – 620-240-0165.

Are you looking for camaraderie while exploring your artistic side? Join Gallery artist Pat Glick every Tuesday afternoon, 1 p.m. – 3 p.m. to explore different art techniques. Pat will lead you through a creative art experience every week. Feel free to bring something you are working on also. We will have opportunities to participate in community activities and charities at times. Art Exploration is free so you just bring your willingness to try something new in art!

To help our our customers and artists to remain safe during the changing health conditions in our community. Please maintain appropriate social distancing and wear a mask when visiting. We will do our part in maintaining a clear and safe environment for you to shop or take a workshop.

Pittsburg Area Farmers’ Market

The Pittsburg Area Farmers’ Market is open 8:00 am – 12:00 pm each Saturday until October 31. The farmers’ market pavilion is located at the intersection of 11th St. and Broadway St. in downtown Pittsburg. For more information, contact Kim Vogel at (620) 231-8310 or visit Pittsburg Area Farmers’ Market.

Fall ArtWalk Festival (virtual)

UPDATE: The 2020 Fall ArtWalk will be held virtually. For details, please visit PittsburgArtWalk.com.


Pittsburg ArtWalk happens two times a year, on varying dates in Spring and Fall.

It showcases local fine art talents ranging from 2D, 3D art, performance art and more. You can enjoy a festival type atmosphere with live music, art demonstrations, community activities and local food vendors. Art will be on sale for purchase as well.

Follow on Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/events/903957426717817/

Details: https://pittsburgartwalk.com/

Art Exploration free workshop

IMPORTANT: Please call ArtForms Gallery each Tuesday to confirm Art Exploration is definitely scheduled before coming – 620-240-0165.

Are you looking for camaraderie while exploring your artistic side? Join Gallery artist Pat Glick every Tuesday afternoon, 1 p.m. – 3 p.m. to explore different art techniques. Pat will lead you through a creative art experience every week. Feel free to bring something you are working on also. We will have opportunities to participate in community activities and charities at times. Art Exploration is free so you just bring your willingness to try something new in art!

To help our our customers and artists to remain safe during the changing health conditions in our community. Please maintain appropriate social distancing and wear a mask when visiting. We will do our part in maintaining a clear and safe environment for you to shop or take a workshop.

Pittsburg Area Farmers’ Market

The Pittsburg Area Farmers’ Market is open 8:00 am – 12:00 pm each Saturday until October 31. The farmers’ market pavilion is located at the intersection of 11th St. and Broadway St. in downtown Pittsburg. For more information, contact Kim Vogel at (620) 231-8310 or visit Pittsburg Area Farmers’ Market.

Art Exploration free workshop

IMPORTANT: Please call ArtForms Gallery each Tuesday to confirm Art Exploration is definitely scheduled before coming – 620-240-0165.

Are you looking for camaraderie while exploring your artistic side? Join Gallery artist Pat Glick every Tuesday afternoon, 1 p.m. – 3 p.m. to explore different art techniques. Pat will lead you through a creative art experience every week. Feel free to bring something you are working on also. We will have opportunities to participate in community activities and charities at times. Art Exploration is free so you just bring your willingness to try something new in art!

To help our our customers and artists to remain safe during the changing health conditions in our community. Please maintain appropriate social distancing and wear a mask when visiting. We will do our part in maintaining a clear and safe environment for you to shop or take a workshop.

Pittsburg Area Farmers’ Market

The Pittsburg Area Farmers’ Market is open 8:00 am – 12:00 pm each Saturday until October 31. The farmers’ market pavilion is located at the intersection of 11th St. and Broadway St. in downtown Pittsburg. For more information, contact Kim Vogel at (620) 231-8310 or visit Pittsburg Area Farmers’ Market.

Art Exploration free workshop

IMPORTANT: Please call ArtForms Gallery each Tuesday to confirm Art Exploration is definitely scheduled before coming – 620-240-0165.

Are you looking for camaraderie while exploring your artistic side? Join Gallery artist Pat Glick every Tuesday afternoon, 1 p.m. – 3 p.m. to explore different art techniques. Pat will lead you through a creative art experience every week. Feel free to bring something you are working on also. We will have opportunities to participate in community activities and charities at times. Art Exploration is free so you just bring your willingness to try something new in art!

To help our our customers and artists to remain safe during the changing health conditions in our community. Please maintain appropriate social distancing and wear a mask when visiting. We will do our part in maintaining a clear and safe environment for you to shop or take a workshop.

Pittsburg Area Farmers’ Market

The Pittsburg Area Farmers’ Market is open 8:00 am – 12:00 pm each Saturday until October 31. The farmers’ market pavilion is located at the intersection of 11th St. and Broadway St. in downtown Pittsburg. For more information, contact Kim Vogel at (620) 231-8310 or visit Pittsburg Area Farmers’ Market.

Art Exploration free workshop

IMPORTANT: Please call ArtForms Gallery each Tuesday to confirm Art Exploration is definitely scheduled before coming – 620-240-0165.

Are you looking for camaraderie while exploring your artistic side? Join Gallery artist Pat Glick every Tuesday afternoon, 1 p.m. – 3 p.m. to explore different art techniques. Pat will lead you through a creative art experience every week. Feel free to bring something you are working on also. We will have opportunities to participate in community activities and charities at times. Art Exploration is free so you just bring your willingness to try something new in art!

To help our our customers and artists to remain safe during the changing health conditions in our community. Please maintain appropriate social distancing and wear a mask when visiting. We will do our part in maintaining a clear and safe environment for you to shop or take a workshop.

Pittsburg Area Farmers’ Market

The Pittsburg Area Farmers’ Market is open 8:00 am – 12:00 pm each Saturday until October 31. The farmers’ market pavilion is located at the intersection of 11th St. and Broadway St. in downtown Pittsburg. For more information, contact Kim Vogel at (620) 231-8310 or visit Pittsburg Area Farmers’ Market.

Art Exploration free workshop

IMPORTANT: Please call ArtForms Gallery each Tuesday to confirm Art Exploration is definitely scheduled before coming – 620-240-0165.

Are you looking for camaraderie while exploring your artistic side? Join Gallery artist Pat Glick every Tuesday afternoon, 1 p.m. – 3 p.m. to explore different art techniques. Pat will lead you through a creative art experience every week. Feel free to bring something you are working on also. We will have opportunities to participate in community activities and charities at times. Art Exploration is free so you just bring your willingness to try something new in art!

To help our our customers and artists to remain safe during the changing health conditions in our community. Please maintain appropriate social distancing and wear a mask when visiting. We will do our part in maintaining a clear and safe environment for you to shop or take a workshop.

Pittsburg Area Farmers’ Market

The Pittsburg Area Farmers’ Market is open 8:00 am – 12:00 pm each Saturday until October 31. The farmers’ market pavilion is located at the intersection of 11th St. and Broadway St. in downtown Pittsburg. For more information, contact Kim Vogel at (620) 231-8310 or visit Pittsburg Area Farmers’ Market.

Art Exploration free workshop

IMPORTANT: Please call ArtForms Gallery each Tuesday to confirm Art Exploration is definitely scheduled before coming – 620-240-0165.

Are you looking for camaraderie while exploring your artistic side? Join Gallery artist Pat Glick every Tuesday afternoon, 1 p.m. – 3 p.m. to explore different art techniques. Pat will lead you through a creative art experience every week. Feel free to bring something you are working on also. We will have opportunities to participate in community activities and charities at times. Art Exploration is free so you just bring your willingness to try something new in art!

To help our our customers and artists to remain safe during the changing health conditions in our community. Please maintain appropriate social distancing and wear a mask when visiting. We will do our part in maintaining a clear and safe environment for you to shop or take a workshop.

Drag The Gut Back To School

join us on our drag the gut back to school night! we will have big announcements about this event. come out and enjoy an evening of cruising and having a great time. we will start at 7 sharp and cruise until your heart is content. we look forward t seeing everyone!

Pittsburg Area Farmers’ Market

The Pittsburg Area Farmers’ Market is open 8:00 am – 12:00 pm each Saturday until October 31. The farmers’ market pavilion is located at the intersection of 11th St. and Broadway St. in downtown Pittsburg. For more information, contact Kim Vogel at (620) 231-8310 or visit Pittsburg Area Farmers’ Market.

Art Exploration free workshop

IMPORTANT: Please call ArtForms Gallery each Tuesday to confirm Art Exploration is definitely scheduled before coming – 620-240-0165.

Are you looking for camaraderie while exploring your artistic side? Join Gallery artist Pat Glick every Tuesday afternoon, 1 p.m. – 3 p.m. to explore different art techniques. Pat will lead you through a creative art experience every week. Feel free to bring something you are working on also. We will have opportunities to participate in community activities and charities at times. Art Exploration is free so you just bring your willingness to try something new in art!

To help our our customers and artists to remain safe during the changing health conditions in our community. Please maintain appropriate social distancing and wear a mask when visiting. We will do our part in maintaining a clear and safe environment for you to shop or take a workshop.

Pittsburg Area Farmers’ Market

The Pittsburg Area Farmers’ Market is open 8:00 am – 12:00 pm each Saturday until October 31. The farmers’ market pavilion is located at the intersection of 11th St. and Broadway St. in downtown Pittsburg. For more information, contact Kim Vogel at (620) 231-8310 or visit Pittsburg Area Farmers’ Market.

Art Exploration free workshop

IMPORTANT: Please call ArtForms Gallery each Tuesday to confirm Art Exploration is definitely scheduled before coming – 620-240-0165.

Are you looking for camaraderie while exploring your artistic side? Join Gallery artist Pat Glick every Tuesday afternoon, 1 p.m. – 3 p.m. to explore different art techniques. Pat will lead you through a creative art experience every week. Feel free to bring something you are working on also. We will have opportunities to participate in community activities and charities at times. Art Exploration is free so you just bring your willingness to try something new in art!

To help our our customers and artists to remain safe during the changing health conditions in our community. Please maintain appropriate social distancing and wear a mask when visiting. We will do our part in maintaining a clear and safe environment for you to shop or take a workshop.

Pittsburg Area Farmers’ Market

The Pittsburg Area Farmers’ Market is open 8:00 am – 12:00 pm each Saturday until October 31. The farmers’ market pavilion is located at the intersection of 11th St. and Broadway St. in downtown Pittsburg. For more information, contact Kim Vogel at (620) 231-8310 or visit Pittsburg Area Farmers’ Market.

Pittsburg Area Farmers’ Market

The Pittsburg Area Farmers’ Market will be open 4:00 pm – 6:00 pm every Wednesday from July 1 – Aug 5. The farmers’ market pavilion is located at the intersection of 11th St. and Broadway St. in downtown Pittsburg. For more information, contact Kim Vogel at (620) 231-8310 or visit Pittsburg Area Farmers’ Market.

Art Exploration free workshop

IMPORTANT: Please call ArtForms Gallery each Tuesday to confirm Art Exploration is definitely scheduled before coming – 620-240-0165.

Are you looking for camaraderie while exploring your artistic side? Join Gallery artist Pat Glick every Tuesday afternoon, 1 p.m. – 3 p.m. to explore different art techniques. Pat will lead you through a creative art experience every week. Feel free to bring something you are working on also. We will have opportunities to participate in community activities and charities at times. Art Exploration is free so you just bring your willingness to try something new in art!

To help our our customers and artists to remain safe during the changing health conditions in our community. Please maintain appropriate social distancing and wear a mask when visiting. We will do our part in maintaining a clear and safe environment for you to shop or take a workshop.

Beginner Mandala Workshop

Drawing a mandala by hand is a great way to improve your drawing skills. Using repeating patterns and concentric circles, let structure build a beautiful drawing you can share proudly with friends and family. There will be time to not only draw your mandala, but to add a bit of color also. Whether you like to draw or would like a stepping stone into the world of drawing, this is a great class for you! All materials will be supplied.

Mirza Shrine’s Sportsmen’s Event & Gun Raffle

2nd Annual Sportsman’s Event and 100 gun Raffle. We have other games and chances to win guns and other sportsman’s gear. We are also having a CornHole tournament enter your two person team today $40 per team.

Pittsburg Area Farmers’ Market

The Pittsburg Area Farmers’ Market is open 8:00 am – 12:00 pm each Saturday until October 31. The farmers’ market pavilion is located at the intersection of 11th St. and Broadway St. in downtown Pittsburg. For more information, contact Kim Vogel at (620) 231-8310 or visit Pittsburg Area Farmers’ Market.

Pittsburg Area Farmers’ Market

The Pittsburg Area Farmers’ Market will be open 4:00 pm – 6:00 pm every Wednesday from July 1 – Aug 5. The farmers’ market pavilion is located at the intersection of 11th St. and Broadway St. in downtown Pittsburg. For more information, contact Kim Vogel at (620) 231-8310 or visit Pittsburg Area Farmers’ Market.

Art Exploration free workshop

IMPORTANT: Please call ArtForms Gallery each Tuesday to confirm Art Exploration is definitely scheduled before coming – 620-240-0165.

Are you looking for camaraderie while exploring your artistic side? Join Gallery artist Pat Glick every Tuesday afternoon, 1 p.m. – 3 p.m. to explore different art techniques. Pat will lead you through a creative art experience every week. Feel free to bring something you are working on also. We will have opportunities to participate in community activities and charities at times. Art Exploration is free so you just bring your willingness to try something new in art!

To help our our customers and artists to remain safe during the changing health conditions in our community. Please maintain appropriate social distancing and wear a mask when visiting. We will do our part in maintaining a clear and safe environment for you to shop or take a workshop.

Fused Glass Small Dishes workshop

Design a small dish, approximately 8” x 8” or smaller, using a base glass and adding glass elements which will be fused on a ceramic mold. No experience is needed as you will learn basic glass cutting techniques. Please bring a mask and wear close-toed shoes.

• Sunday, July 26
• 1:00 p.m. – 4:00 p.m.
• Fee: $50
• Class limit: 8
• Age: 14 years and older

Pittsburg Area Farmers’ Market

The Pittsburg Area Farmers’ Market is open 8:00 am – 12:00 pm each Saturday until October 31. The farmers’ market pavilion is located at the intersection of 11th St. and Broadway St. in downtown Pittsburg. For more information, contact Kim Vogel at (620) 231-8310 or visit Pittsburg Area Farmers’ Market.

Pittsburg Area Farmers’ Market

The Pittsburg Area Farmers’ Market will be open 4:00 pm – 6:00 pm every Wednesday from July 1 – Aug 5. The farmers’ market pavilion is located at the intersection of 11th St. and Broadway St. in downtown Pittsburg. For more information, contact Kim Vogel at (620) 231-8310 or visit Pittsburg Area Farmers’ Market.

SEK Boutique Daytrip

Get out and SHOP Southeast Kansas’ most unique boutiques from July 8 – July 22!

Here’s how it works:
– Pick up a passport at any participating business starting Wednesday, July 8.
– Visit 15 of the 18 participating businesses and get a stamp/signature/punch on your passport.
– Turn in your completed passport at your last visit by July 22 to be entered to WIN a $50 gift card to each boutique!!

Participating Boutique Locations are as follows:

Columbus:
tique-a-bou
Humboldt:
JAE & CO
Independence:
Libby’s Boutique
Chanute:
Binge Boutique

Be sure to FOLLOW all participating businesses to check hours, specials, and more! :)

Winners will be announced by Friday, July 24!

Timmons Ballroom

707 N Broadway
Pittsburg, KS 66762
620-704-3388
facebook.com/HotelStilwellKS/

Built in 1890, the historic Timmons Ballroom sits inside the Hotel Stilwell. Features 2,500 square feet of meeting space with a capacity of 120 for dining or 180 for a meeting. The Timmons Ballroom has tables, chairs, serving accessories, catering kitchen and is ADA accessible.

Solidarity: Amazon Army Mural

308 N Walnut St
Pittsburg, KS 66762
(620) 231-8110

Located inside the Pittsburg Public Library, this 10’x12′ mural features St. Barbara, the patron saint of coal miners, and a number of the wives, mothers and grandmothers of miners who organized marches on coal mines throughout Southeast Kansas, protesting working conditions.

Called the “Army of Amazons” by the New York Times, their efforts essentially shutdown some of the largest coal fields in the world at the time and even forced the Governor of Kansas to temporarily move his offices to Pittsburg’s historic Hotel Stilwell.

To learn more about the Amazon Army and the women that led them, be sure to visit other Crawford County attractions, including the Miners Hall Museum in Franklin, the Miners Memorial, located at 2nd and Pine in Pittsburg or the Crawford County Historical Museum, just west of Pittsburg on US-69.

This mural was commissioned by the Pittsburg Area Arts and Crafts Association and the Pittsburg Arts Council, and was painted by Wayne Wildcat.

Signet Loft

109 N Broadway St, Ste B
Pittsburg, KS 66762

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Built around 1905, this two-story masonry building has served various functions: grocer, auto dealerships, fruit store; &, now a coffee shop & bed & breakfast.

A fully renovated 2 bedroom, 2 bath historic loft on the edge of downtown Pittsburg, KS above Signet Coffee Roasters. Now launched on Airbnb!

Salon 9

822 N Broadway St, Ste B
Pittsburg, KS 66762
(620) 235-1939
salon9pitt.com

Salon 9 is dedicated to service and value and promises individual attention and great value for all of our customers. Ideal for holiday gifts, birthdays, anniversaries as well as employees and business clients, the salon’s specialties include Hotheads hair extensions, hair cuts and styles, bridal services, makeup services, men’s services, nail care, waxing, skincare, and laser hair removal.

Pittsburg Memorial Auditorium & Convention Center

503 N Pine St
Pittsburg, KS 66762
(620) 231-7827

Old meets new in this historic 1925 theater with modern amenities. Check our website for upcoming theater productions, ballets, vendor events and art exhibits.

The Memorial Auditorium & Convention Center is truly a community center providing an attractive, state of the art venue for the performing arts as well as a pleasant place to have a private gathering, fundraisers, meetings, small conventions, wedding receptions and more.

Pittsburg Memorial Auditorium & Convention Center

503 N Pine St
Pittsburg, KS 66762
(620) 231-7827

Open since 1925, was designed during the excitement of the excavation of King Tutankhamun’s Tomb so is a rare example of Egyptian Revival Style architecture.

Old meets new in this historic 1925 theater with modern amenities. Check our website for upcoming theater productions, ballets, vendor events and art exhibits.

The Memorial Auditorium & Convention Center is truly a community center providing an attractive, state of the art venue for the performing arts as well as a pleasant place to have a private gathering, fundraisers, meetings, small conventions, wedding receptions and more.

Pittsburg Public Library

308 N Walnut St
Pittsburg, KS 66762
(620) 231-8110
pplonline.org

A rare Andrew Carnegie library without elaborate, ornate decorations, or his name – both were compromises with area miners angered with his involvement.

The Pittsburg Public Library first opened its doors on January 18, 1902, when the west wing of the city office building was used to house the small collection of books. The citizens quickly realized the value of such an institution, and the library’s popularity grew so quickly that by 1907 the Board of Trustees began looking for ways to secure funds for a larger building.

Steel magnate Andrew Carnegie was already well known for his philanthropy towards libraries across the country, and the Pittsburg library community approached him for much needed support. His donation of $40,000 angered the miners of the area and in order to appease them, the Board agreed to leave the Carnegie name off of the front of the proposed building.

The architectural firm of Patton and Miller of Chicago was hired to design the building with S.S. Geatches serving as contractor. The new building, completed in 1912, was one of the few Carnegie libraries built in Prairie Style architecture, another concession to the miners who did not want an elaborate, ornate facility. The building features an exterior of Carthage limestone and is listed on the National Register of Historic Places.

The library operated for many years in the original Carnegie building, but it was eventually outgrown as well. A one-half cent sales tax was passed in 1994, and plans to build an addition and renovate the historic Carnegie building were put into place. The library underwent an extensive addition and renovation in 1996-98. The firm of Glenn Livingood Penzler (now GLPM Architects) of Lawrence, KS, designed the project, and the contractor was R.E. Smith Construction of Joplin, MO.

Characteristics and details of the original building have been incorporated into the addition, and the furnishings reflect the Arts and Crafts style made popular during the early 1900’s. Restoring the glory of the original building without disturbing its historical integrity earned the architectural firm of Glenn Livingood Penzler an award from the Kansas Preservation Alliance.

Paradise Mall Antiques, Furniture & More

105 S Broadway St
Pittsburg, KS 66762
(620) 232-6956

Your Upscale Antique Store, Paradise Mall is located in Pittsburg, KS and has been voted the #1 Antique and collectible store in Crawford County. With more than 10,000 square feet of shopping space and a wide variety of merchandise, Paradise Antique Mall is without a doubt the premier and largest antique and collectibles store in Southeast Kansas. We have antiques, primitives, glassware, furniture, and collectibles.

Miners Memorial

200 N Walnut St
Pittsburg, KS 66762
(620) 231-8310

A tribute to those who settled Crawford County. Includes a pavilion and the Miner Memorial, a larger-than-life bronze statute of a miner accompanied by granite monuments inscribed with the names of miners who worked in the Pittsburg-Weir coalfields.

The purpose of Miners’ Memorial is to honor the work and lives of the coal miners in the Weir-Pittsburg Coal Field. Construction of the Miners’ Memorial has been accomplished with local and regional funding.

The Memorial features a larger-than-life-size bronze statue of an era miner. There are nine black polished monuments flowing in an arc to the right of the statue. The first stone is an interpretive marker on the south side, and accompanied on the north side with the map of the Weir-Pittsburg Coal Field. The remaining eight monuments contain the names of miners who have been submitted by their families and friends. A star beside their name indicates that the miner died as a result of working in the mines.

Across the street from Immigrant Park.

Mirza Shrine Event Center

110 W 5th St
Pittsburg, KS 66762
(620) 231-4180
mirzashriners.com

Lower level hall is 5,000 square feet, seating for 300, and includes kitchen for heating food and ice machine. Upper level ballroom is 6,000 square feet, seating for 400, and includes a large hardwood dance floor, mirrored ceiling, mood lighting, and kitchen for heating food and ice machine.

Jefferson Highway Garage

408 N Locust St
Pittsburg, KS 66762

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Jefferson Highway linked Canada to New Orleans from 1915-1925. Built in 1915, this Jefferson Highway Garage once served automobiles traveling the highway and the structure maintains its original signage. The building continues to serve Pittsburg as a nonprofit kitchen, The Lord’s Diner.