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PITTSBURG, Kan. — The Pittsburg State University (PSU) Department of Music wrapped up its one-week Pittsburg Festival of the Arts on Sunday at the Bicknell Family Center for the Arts. more
An afternoon of classics
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Cellist Dr. Hyerim Mapp, left, and pianist Dr. Soojin Jin, right, perform “Romance in F major Op. 36” by Camille Saint-Säens at Books & Burrow Bookstore Friday afternoon to open the sixth day of the Pittsburg Festival of the Arts. more
‘Woodwind Galore’
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Woodwind specialist and Pittsburg State University graduate Colton Sprenkle performs “Six Metamorphoses after Ovid” by Benjamin Britten on Thursday for an audience at TOAST on the fifth day of the Pittsburg Festival of the Arts. more
A stand out night of stand-up
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Good times and tan lines
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Fun Zone Depot employee and Pittsburg High School student Mia Conrad glides down the slip & slide at the ‘Fun Zone Summer Splash’ held on Wednesday, which also featured water balloons, musical chairs and dodgeball. more
‘Brewtiful Tunes’
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Duo Capriccioso, comprised of Pittsburg State University adjunct music faculty Denissa Munguia and Director of Orchestras Raul Munguia performed “Brewtiful Tunes” at Signet Coffee Roasters on Wednesday to open the fourth day of the Pittsburg Festival of the Arts. more
On Tuesday afternoon, Root Coffeehouse & Creperie set as the main stage for the Root’n Toot’n Jazz Combo, which featured four talented Pittsburg State University students. more
Colonial Fox lights up Friday night
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PITTSBURG, Kan. —Best-selling author Roxie Yonkey will discuss her newest book  Secret Kansas: A Guide to the Weird, Wonderful, and Obscure , in Franklin and in Pittsburg.  Yonkey will be … more
First Night of Festival of the Arts
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PITTSBURG, Kan. – The City of Pittsburg’s Downtown Advisory Board (DAB) is inviting the community to celebrate 620 Day with an All-Day City-wide Celebration and a Downtown Block Party. more
PITTSBURG, Kan. — The Adult Services Department of the Pittsburg Public Library at 308 N Walnut will host an Open Mic Night on Tuesday, June 13, from 6 to 7 p.m. Those ages 18 and older … more
PITTSBURG, Kan. — Indie musicians Grady Spencer & The Work will be bringing their alternative country jams to the Colonial Fox Theater Friday night, June 9, in downtown Pittsburg. Miners + … more
PITTSBURG, Kan. — The annual tradition of a weeklong series of free concerts continues this summer with the Pittsburg Festival of the Arts, planned for June 11-18 in venues at Pittsburg State University and throughout the community.  more
Area Events
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Wednesday, May 31 Building Strong Readers Children up to age 5 are invited to Girard Public Library, 128 W. Prairie St. In Girard, for stories and a craft from 10 to 10:45 a.m. Program for … more
Club Notes
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Wednesday, May 31 Blanket Brigade   Join the Blanket Brigade in making quilts for those in need. The Brigade meets every Wednesday, except the first Wednesday of the month, at Zion … more
Pittsburg Pride Fest fundraiser held Friday
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PITTSBURG, Kan. — The organizers of Pittsburg Pride Fest held their second annual fundraiser last Friday night at TJ Lelands in downtown Pittsburg for the community festival which will take place June 16-17. more
JOPLIN, Mo. — Cameron Smith will be in concert at the Worship Center at Forest Park Church in Joplin 7 p.m. June 17, where he wll be sharing songs from his newly released album “Faith Will Bring You Through” with the City of Prague Philharmonic. more
PITTSBURG, Kan. — A traveling photo exhibit, public reception, and photo walk fundraiser being planned for June by a graduate of Pittsburg State University will highlight perspectives and insights of individuals and families impacted by dementia. more
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