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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.

Old Time Fiddlers and Pickers

The pioneer fiddler by himself or with his picking friends played for a wide variety of community activities: Barn raisings, husking bees, weddings, entertainments, shivarees, wakes, and almost every other social function required the presence of the fiddlers and the pickers.

Bring your favorite instrument of choice and join in on the fun under the pavilion.

Usually held the 4th Sunday of every month.

Steven Adler of Guns N’ Roses

Featuring Legendary Drummer & Founding Member of Guns N’ Roses, Steven Adler. With over 100 million records sold Steven is considered one of rock’s most legendary and recognizable drummers. Steven inducted into the Rock & Roll Hall of Fame with Guns N’ Roses in 2012 Performing songs from the debut Guns N’ Roses album “Appetite For Destruction”.

SONGS

“Welcome To The Jungle”
“Sweet Child O’ Mine”
“Paradise City”
“Mr. Brownstone”
“Rocket Queen”
and many more!

Steven Adler, best known as the founding drummer of “GUNS N’ ROSES”, one of the most influential, groundbreaking hard rock bands to emerge from the late-80′s L.A. hard rock scene, has returned to pick up where he left off with his re-energized line up of musicians. GN’R’s debut album, “APPETITE FOR DESTRUCTION,” which features Adler’s signature groove, will forever be considered one of the greatest rock albums ever made. Adler also recorded the album “GN’R LIES” and the track “Civil War” on the album “USE YOUR ILLUSION 2.” In July of 2010 Steven released his tell-all biography “My Appetite For Destruction — Sex, Drugs and Guns N’ Roses”. The book quickly became a New York Times Bestseller. In 2012 GUNS N’ ROSES were inducted into the Rock And Roll Hall Of Fame, with over 100 million records sold Steven is considered one of rock’s most legendary and recognizable drummers.

Must be 21 or older.
End time subject to change.

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.

Old Time Fiddlers and Pickers

The pioneer fiddler by himself or with his picking friends played for a wide variety of community activities: Barn raisings, husking bees, weddings, entertainments, shivarees, wakes, and almost every other social function required the presence of the fiddlers and the pickers.

Bring your favorite instrument of choice and join in on the fun under the pavilion.

Usually held the 4th Sunday of every month.

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.

African Night 2020

Rescheduled from Spring. Ticket sales are suspended and will resume in August.

Heritage, food, performances, fashion show, and more.

A night in Africa, Event full of performances, dances, drumming, music and Delicacies from across the African Continent. Africa Night is an event organized by the African Student Association in Pittsburg State University. With a goal to educate and entertain the public with performance drawn from different african cultures from which the students hail from.

Clear your schedules and invite a friend.

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.

Cow Creek Cowboy Days

Relive the Civil War and Wild West era with skits, campfire poetry, mounted shooting, music, and more.

A military trail and stage coach line once cut through Crawford County, Kansas. Camped and hunted by Native Americans, the region was a buffer with pioneers. Family owned farmsteads and small settlements didn’t take root until the mid 1800’s, despite lawless raiding and skirmishes of the Union and Confederate forces.

Friday: TBA

Saturday: TBA

Cow Creek Cowboy Days

Relive the Civil War and Wild West era with skits, campfire poetry, mounted shooting, music, and more.

A military trail and stage coach line once cut through Crawford County, Kansas. Camped and hunted by Native Americans, the region was a buffer with pioneers. Family owned farmsteads and small settlements didn’t take root until the mid 1800’s, despite lawless raiding and skirmishes of the Union and Confederate forces.

Friday: TBA

Saturday: TBA

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.

Old Time Fiddlers and Pickers

The pioneer fiddler by himself or with his picking friends played for a wide variety of community activities: Barn raisings, husking bees, weddings, entertainments, shivarees, wakes, and almost every other social function required the presence of the fiddlers and the pickers.

Bring your favorite instrument of choice and join in on the fun under the pavilion.

Usually held the 4th Sunday of every month.

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.

Little Balkans Days

Held Labor Day weekend, the festival pays homage to the region’s diverse immigrant heritage and blends family entertainment, art, crafts, food, music and more.

To stay updated on what’s happening for Little Balkans, follow them at https://www.facebook.com/littlebalkansdays/
For a complete list of activities during the festival, visit https://www.facebook.com/pg/littlebalkansdays/events/

Guests and anyone considering being a vendors should also check out http://littlebalkansfestival.com/

Cow Creek Living History

Reenactment promoting the rich Civil War history of Southwest Missouri and Southeast Kansas. Demonstrations include the everyday life of the Union and Confederate soldier along with musket and cannon firing, battle reenactments. Also, civilians in period dress talk about life on the homefront during the war.

Friday, 6 p.m. to 8 p.m.: Candlelight Camp Tours

Saturday, 9 a.m. to 4 p.m.: Reenacments, skirmishes, camp life hands-on 19th century living history stations, museum tours, and Dutch oven cooking.

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.

Little Balkans Days

Held Labor Day weekend, the festival pays homage to the region’s diverse immigrant heritage and blends family entertainment, art, crafts, food, music and more.

To stay updated on what’s happening for Little Balkans, follow them at https://www.facebook.com/littlebalkansdays/
For a complete list of activities during the festival, visit https://www.facebook.com/pg/littlebalkansdays/events/

Guests and anyone considering being a vendors should also check out http://littlebalkansfestival.com/

Cow Creek Living History

Reenactment promoting the rich Civil War history of Southwest Missouri and Southeast Kansas. Demonstrations include the everyday life of the Union and Confederate soldier along with musket and cannon firing, battle reenactments. Also, civilians in period dress talk about life on the homefront during the war.

Friday, 6 p.m. to 8 p.m.: Candlelight Camp Tours

Saturday, 9 a.m. to 4 p.m.: Reenacments, skirmishes, camp life hands-on 19th century living history stations, museum tours, and Dutch oven cooking.

Little Balkans Days

Held Labor Day weekend, the festival pays homage to the region’s diverse immigrant heritage and blends family entertainment, art, crafts, food, music and more.

To stay updated on what’s happening for Little Balkans, follow them at https://www.facebook.com/littlebalkansdays/
For a complete list of activities during the festival, visit https://www.facebook.com/pg/littlebalkansdays/events/

Guests and anyone considering being a vendors should also check out http://littlebalkansfestival.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.

Old Time Fiddlers and Pickers

The pioneer fiddler by himself or with his picking friends played for a wide variety of community activities: Barn raisings, husking bees, weddings, entertainments, shivarees, wakes, and almost every other social function required the presence of the fiddlers and the pickers.

Bring your favorite instrument of choice and join in on the fun under the pavilion.

Usually held the 4th Sunday of every month.

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.

HUNKS The Show

Purchase Tickets Online @ https://bit.ly/39gj6d0
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Must be 18+
Doors open at 8pm
Show starts at 9pm
Tickets: $22 ADVANCE/ $28 DOOR/ $40 VIP
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The Perfect Girls Night Out®
Come And See The #1 Bachelorette Destination on tour in the World, and find out for yourself what all the fuss is about.
#girlsnight #liveentertainment

Tickets: https://www.eventbrite.com/e/hunks-the-show-at-dirty-mule-rest-bar-and-event-center-pittsburg-ks-tickets-101020170048?aff=efbevent.

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.

Tim Nowell

Due to unforeseen circumstances, we are moving this concert to August.

Mark your calendars now and plan to join us Friday, August 14th for county music artist Tim Nowell! We are excited to bring this Southeast Kansas favorite to the Dirty Mule for the first time!

This is an 18 and up event!

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.

Whiskey River Band

Straight outta Winfield, Kansas, The Whiskey River Band is a honky tonk country dance band that will keep you on the dance floor all night long! This is going to be a big night folks, so make plans to get to the Dirty Mule early on Saturday, August 8th. The band takes the stage at 9pm. Join us early for dinner… our restaurant is open from 4:00pm-10:00pm.

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.

Old Time Fiddlers and Pickers

The pioneer fiddler by himself or with his picking friends played for a wide variety of community activities: Barn raisings, husking bees, weddings, entertainments, shivarees, wakes, and almost every other social function required the presence of the fiddlers and the pickers.

Bring your favorite instrument of choice and join in on the fun under the pavilion.

Usually held the 4th Sunday of every month.

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

Four State Farm Show

UPDATED JULY 8, 2020: Four State Farm Show canceled for 2020

UPDATED MARCH 20, 2020: Four State Farm Show (rescheduled for July 24-26)

ORIGINAL

The 2020 Four State Farm Show is headed to town after 36 years on the farm.

“We are very pleased to announce we have signed a multi-year contract with Pittsburg State University to host the show on its beautiful campus,” said Lance Markley, Farm Talk publisher and Four State Farm Show coordinator.

Originally scheduled for May 29, 30 and 31, the 2020 show is now schedule for July 24-26.

“We are excited to welcome the Four State Farm Show to Pittsburg and to the campus of Pittsburg State University,” said Devin Gorman, executive director for the Crawford County Convention and Visitors Bureau. “After much effort, we are proud to continue the legacy of the Four State Farm Show in our community. 

The show has been a tremendously valuable event for us over the past 36 years, and the benefits of being on campus will help make it even more enjoyable for everyone in 2020 and for years beyond,” Gorman added.

Shawn Naccarato, Pittsburg State University’s chief strategy officer, said, “This is just one more example of the innovative sort of partnerships we’re willing to enter into to directly benefit our community… We’re excited that we’re able to come to an agreement that brings 20,000 people and more than $1 million in economic impact to our community.”

Markley continued, “The previous location served us well for many years, and we owe a huge amount of gratitude to long-time Pittsburg John Deere dealer Phil O’Malley for providing the show siteOver the years, we have found we aren’t great at controlling the weather. Not surprisingly, we have experienced extreme heat with our July dates and then heavy rains last year after moving the show to May in search of cooler temperatures. While this move doesn’t alleviate weather concerns, it does offer more favorable options if inclement weather occurs.”

While the previous location had no facility for indoor booths, the spacious Robert W. Plaster Center has the capacity for more than 400 exhibit spaces. Additionally, outdoor exhibitors now have the opportunity to display on asphalt or grass. All spectator and exhibitor parking is located on hard surface lots.

“This is just a great example of the sort of things we anticipated would be made possible by the building of the Plaster Center and the investment that the city, as well as the private donors, made to build that facility,” Naccarato said. “It’s the sort of thing we envisioned the Plaster Center would enable us to do as a community, and I think it’s exciting to see that come to fruition.”

While the Four State Farm Show has always been an agriculture-only event, the brand-new addition of “rural living” exhibit space in the Plaster Center allows non-agricultural companies the opportunity to reach spectators with their products in a designated area. A similar section has been popular every fall at the Ozark Fall Farmfest in Springfield, Missouri, a joint venture between Farm Talk and the Ozark Empire Fair.

“To say exhibitors are excited about the move is probably an understatement,” Markley said. “We sold over 400 booths in the first 10 days they were available.” However, many great booth spaces remain, and prospective exhibitors should contact Farm Talk to receive information.

Parking and admission are free. Show hours are 8 a.m. to 4 p.m. on Friday and Saturday and 8 a.m. to 3 p.m. on Sunday.

For more information, visit FourStateFarmShow.com or call Farm Talk Newspaper at 800-356-8255.

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The Ridge Runnerz

These guys specialize in oldies rock and roll and lots of country! We will play music by request both before and after the band. This would be a great time to check out the Dirty Mule!

Our restaurant opens at 4p and runs until 10… come for dinner and stay for some dancing fun!

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.

Four State Farm Show

UPDATED JULY 8, 2020: Four State Farm Show canceled for 2020

UPDATED MARCH 20, 2020: Four State Farm Show (rescheduled for July 24-26)

ORIGINAL

The 2020 Four State Farm Show is headed to town after 36 years on the farm.

“We are very pleased to announce we have signed a multi-year contract with Pittsburg State University to host the show on its beautiful campus,” said Lance Markley, Farm Talk publisher and Four State Farm Show coordinator.

Originally scheduled for May 29, 30 and 31, the 2020 show is now schedule for July 24-26.

“We are excited to welcome the Four State Farm Show to Pittsburg and to the campus of Pittsburg State University,” said Devin Gorman, executive director for the Crawford County Convention and Visitors Bureau. “After much effort, we are proud to continue the legacy of the Four State Farm Show in our community. 

The show has been a tremendously valuable event for us over the past 36 years, and the benefits of being on campus will help make it even more enjoyable for everyone in 2020 and for years beyond,” Gorman added.

Shawn Naccarato, Pittsburg State University’s chief strategy officer, said, “This is just one more example of the innovative sort of partnerships we’re willing to enter into to directly benefit our community… We’re excited that we’re able to come to an agreement that brings 20,000 people and more than $1 million in economic impact to our community.”

Markley continued, “The previous location served us well for many years, and we owe a huge amount of gratitude to long-time Pittsburg John Deere dealer Phil O’Malley for providing the show siteOver the years, we have found we aren’t great at controlling the weather. Not surprisingly, we have experienced extreme heat with our July dates and then heavy rains last year after moving the show to May in search of cooler temperatures. While this move doesn’t alleviate weather concerns, it does offer more favorable options if inclement weather occurs.”

While the previous location had no facility for indoor booths, the spacious Robert W. Plaster Center has the capacity for more than 400 exhibit spaces. Additionally, outdoor exhibitors now have the opportunity to display on asphalt or grass. All spectator and exhibitor parking is located on hard surface lots.

“This is just a great example of the sort of things we anticipated would be made possible by the building of the Plaster Center and the investment that the city, as well as the private donors, made to build that facility,” Naccarato said. “It’s the sort of thing we envisioned the Plaster Center would enable us to do as a community, and I think it’s exciting to see that come to fruition.”

While the Four State Farm Show has always been an agriculture-only event, the brand-new addition of “rural living” exhibit space in the Plaster Center allows non-agricultural companies the opportunity to reach spectators with their products in a designated area. A similar section has been popular every fall at the Ozark Fall Farmfest in Springfield, Missouri, a joint venture between Farm Talk and the Ozark Empire Fair.

“To say exhibitors are excited about the move is probably an understatement,” Markley said. “We sold over 400 booths in the first 10 days they were available.” However, many great booth spaces remain, and prospective exhibitors should contact Farm Talk to receive information.

Parking and admission are free. Show hours are 8 a.m. to 4 p.m. on Friday and Saturday and 8 a.m. to 3 p.m. on Sunday.

For more information, visit FourStateFarmShow.com or call Farm Talk Newspaper at 800-356-8255.

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Four State Farm Show

UPDATED JULY 8, 2020: Four State Farm Show canceled for 2020

UPDATED MARCH 20, 2020: Four State Farm Show (rescheduled for July 24-26)

ORIGINAL

The 2020 Four State Farm Show is headed to town after 36 years on the farm.

“We are very pleased to announce we have signed a multi-year contract with Pittsburg State University to host the show on its beautiful campus,” said Lance Markley, Farm Talk publisher and Four State Farm Show coordinator.

Originally scheduled for May 29, 30 and 31, the 2020 show is now schedule for July 24-26.

“We are excited to welcome the Four State Farm Show to Pittsburg and to the campus of Pittsburg State University,” said Devin Gorman, executive director for the Crawford County Convention and Visitors Bureau. “After much effort, we are proud to continue the legacy of the Four State Farm Show in our community. 

The show has been a tremendously valuable event for us over the past 36 years, and the benefits of being on campus will help make it even more enjoyable for everyone in 2020 and for years beyond,” Gorman added.

Shawn Naccarato, Pittsburg State University’s chief strategy officer, said, “This is just one more example of the innovative sort of partnerships we’re willing to enter into to directly benefit our community… We’re excited that we’re able to come to an agreement that brings 20,000 people and more than $1 million in economic impact to our community.”

Markley continued, “The previous location served us well for many years, and we owe a huge amount of gratitude to long-time Pittsburg John Deere dealer Phil O’Malley for providing the show siteOver the years, we have found we aren’t great at controlling the weather. Not surprisingly, we have experienced extreme heat with our July dates and then heavy rains last year after moving the show to May in search of cooler temperatures. While this move doesn’t alleviate weather concerns, it does offer more favorable options if inclement weather occurs.”

While the previous location had no facility for indoor booths, the spacious Robert W. Plaster Center has the capacity for more than 400 exhibit spaces. Additionally, outdoor exhibitors now have the opportunity to display on asphalt or grass. All spectator and exhibitor parking is located on hard surface lots.

“This is just a great example of the sort of things we anticipated would be made possible by the building of the Plaster Center and the investment that the city, as well as the private donors, made to build that facility,” Naccarato said. “It’s the sort of thing we envisioned the Plaster Center would enable us to do as a community, and I think it’s exciting to see that come to fruition.”

While the Four State Farm Show has always been an agriculture-only event, the brand-new addition of “rural living” exhibit space in the Plaster Center allows non-agricultural companies the opportunity to reach spectators with their products in a designated area. A similar section has been popular every fall at the Ozark Fall Farmfest in Springfield, Missouri, a joint venture between Farm Talk and the Ozark Empire Fair.

“To say exhibitors are excited about the move is probably an understatement,” Markley said. “We sold over 400 booths in the first 10 days they were available.” However, many great booth spaces remain, and prospective exhibitors should contact Farm Talk to receive information.

Parking and admission are free. Show hours are 8 a.m. to 4 p.m. on Friday and Saturday and 8 a.m. to 3 p.m. on Sunday.

For more information, visit FourStateFarmShow.com or call Farm Talk Newspaper at 800-356-8255.

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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!