Calendar of Events for Oct. 23-24

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Saturday, Oct. 23

American Legion Auxiliary pancake breakfast 8 to 11 a.m. at Liberty Chapel of Praise, 1312 W. Hensley Blvd. 

Monday, Oct. 25

AdLib Singers rehearsal at 7 p.m. Love to sing? Contact Janice at 918-805-9079 for more information.

The Knights of Columbus of Bartlesville, Council 1302 is taking orders now for their handmade fresh and flash frozen holiday apple pies. This annual fundraiser supports their charitable activities throughout the year. These delicious pies come with baking instructions and are perfect for Thanksgiving, Christmas or just anytime you need a homemade dessert.  Pre-order now and pay when you pick them up on Nov. 13 or after. Single pies are $15. Two pies for $25. Order by email at kocpies@hotmail.com. Or call or text 918-876-2409 or 918-331-5507.

Wednesday, Oct. 27

Intersection Music Trio: Presented by Bartlesville Community Concerts, the Intersection Trio will perform at 7:30 p.m. at the BCC. The trio replaces the originally scheduled Janoska Ensemble. Described as a combination of soulful expression, instrumental virtuosity, and playful banter, Intersection’s music is an irresistible blend of classical, jazz, Latin, Broadway/film and vital new commissions. An evening spent with these acclaimed young musicians is said to be unforgettable. For further information and tickets, visit bartlesvillecommunitycenter.com. Students are admitted free with a paying adult and college students are free with a valid school ID.

Friday-Saturday, Oct. 29-30

Salvation Army Women’s Auxiliary’s huge garage sale starts at 8 a.m. at the Salvation Army, 101 N. Bucy. Clothing, household goods, toys, furniture and more will be sold. Masks will be required and social distancing will be observed. To donate or for information, call Carol Smith at 918-333-5368. 

Saturday, Oct. 30

Mark your calendars now for the 2nd annual Trick or Treat Trail at Bartlesville First Church. The event will run from 2-4 p.m. While this event was a huge success last year, we have made some adjustments and can promise an even better time this year. Some of these changes include multiple lines with less downtime between groups, and more candy stops! Two additional draws that we did not have last year are: our newly updated walking trail (take a family walk after you get your treats!) and the infamous Andolini’s Pizza Food Truck which will be on site (slices will be $5 each). The event will run from 2-4 p.m. Masks will not be required this year as long as the weather allows for this event to remain outdoors. So share this invite with your friends and come over for some sweet treats, pizza, and an opportunity to enjoy God’s beautiful creation!

Saturday, Oct. 30

Virginia Ave Baptist Church is having a Drive-Thru Trick or Treat. The event will be from 6-8 p.m. or until sacks are gone. There will be lots of toys and candy.  Drive through our drive in front of the church at 132 S Virginia Ave. and you will be handed a sack with toys and candy for each child in the car.

Saturday, Oct. 30

Highland Park Baptist’s Fall Festival is set to be an awesome night of games, candy and FUN for the whole family! The event will be from 6-8 p.m. at the church, 300 SE Washington  Blvd. The first 500 children will receive a free drawstring backpack full of goodies. We will have the famous cake walk, face painting and cookie decorating, along with so much more, which will ensure that Highland Park Baptist Church is your family’s one-stop destination for indoor fall family fun! Park on the east side or in the vacant hotel lot to the north.

Monday, Nov. 1

AdLib Singers rehearsal at 7 p.m. Love to sing? Contact Janice at 918-805-9079 for more information.

The Knights of Columbus of Bartlesville, Council 1302 is taking orders now for their handmade fresh and flash frozen holiday apple pies. This annual fundraiser supports their charitable activities throughout the year. These delicious pies come with baking instructions and are perfect for Thanksgiving, Christmas or just anytime you need a homemade dessert.  Pre-order now and pay when you pick them up on Nov. 13 or after. Single pies are $15. Two pies for $25. Order by email at kocpies@hotmail.com. Or call or text 918-876-2409 or 918-331-5507.

American Legion Post meeting 6 p.m. at Caney Valley Community Center, 329 Ochelata St. Call 918-331-6390 for more information.

American Legion Auxiliary meeting 7 p.m. at Caney Valley Community Center, 329 Ochelata St. Call 918-907-0474 for more information.

American Legion Sons Squadron meeting 7 p.m. at Caney Valley Community Center, 329 Ochelata. Call 918-536-2055 for more information.

Saturday, Nov. 6

Chris Gailey American Legion Veteran’s Celebration at Caney Valley Community Center, 329 Ochelata. Lineup for parade at 9 a.m. Parade at 10 a.m. Vendors open at 11 a.m. Burgers, hot dogs, games. Vendors who wish to sign up call 918-907-0474. 

Monday, Nov. 8

AdLib Singers rehearsal at 7 p.m. Love to sing? Contact Janice at 918-805-9079 for more information.

The Knights of Columbus of Bartlesville, Council 1302 is taking orders now for their handmade fresh and flash frozen holiday apple pies. This annual fundraiser supports their charitable activities throughout the year. These delicious pies come with baking instructions and are perfect for Thanksgiving, Christmas or just anytime you need a homemade dessert.  Pre-order now and pay when you pick them up on Nov. 13 or after. Single pies are $15. Two pies for $25. Order by email at kocpies@hotmail.com. Or call or text 918-876-2409 or 918-331-5507.

Tuesday, Nov. 9

The monthly meeting of Delta Kappa Gamma will take place at 4:30 p.m. at the Bartlesville Area History Museum. The program will be presented by Dr. Deena Fisher, president of the Oklahoma Historical Society. Donation: Schools for Africa.

The Knights of Columbus of Bartlesville, Council 1302 is taking orders now for their handmade fresh and flash frozen holiday apple pies. This annual fundraiser supports their charitable activities throughout the year. These delicious pies come with baking instructions and are perfect for Thanksgiving, Christmas or just anytime you need a homemade dessert.  Pre-order now and pay when you pick them up on Nov. 13 or after. Single pies are $15. Two pies for $25. Order by email at kocpies@hotmail.com. Or call or text 918-876-2409 or 918-331-5507.

America’s Sweethearts Concert: This memorable evening begins at the BCC at 7:30 p.m., just two days before Veteran’s Day, and features the amazing women of America’s Sweethearts as they sing the music of the Andrews Sisters while celebrating the stylistic tradition of the Big Band era. Bartlesville Community Concerts invites all area veterans (and active military) and a guest to attend this concert free of charge and be honored and entertained as the Sweethearts bring America’s musical history to life through their crystal-clear harmony and colorful costumes. For further information about the Sweethearts and how to obtain the free veteran/guest tickets, visit bartlesvillecommunitycenter.com, contact the Bartlesville Community Center Box Office at 918-337-2787, or stop by in person at 300 SE Adams Blvd.

Monday, Nov. 15

AdLib Singers rehearsal at 7 p.m. Love to sing? Contact Janice at 918-805-9079 for more information.

Monday, Nov. 22

AdLib Singers rehearsal at 7 p.m. Love to sing? Men and women over 18 are welcome. Contact Janice at 918-805-9079 for more information.

Monday, Nov. 29

AdLib Singers rehearsal at 7 p.m. Love to sing? Contact Janice at 918-805-9079 for more information.

Monday, Dec. 6

AdLib Singers rehearsal at 7 p.m. Love to sing? Contact Janice at 918-805-9079 for more information.

American Legion Post meeting 6 p.m. at Caney Valley Community Center, 329 Ochelata St. Call 918-331-6390 for more information.

American Legion Auxiliary meeting 7 p.m. at Caney Valley Community Center, 329 Ochelata St. Call 918-907-0474 for more information.

American Legion Sons Squadron meeting 7 p.m. at Caney Valley Community Center, 329 Ochelata. Call 918-536-2055 for more information.

Monday, Dec. 13

AdLib Singers rehearsal at 7 p.m. Love to sing? Contact Janice at 918-805-9079 for more information.

Thursday, Dec. 16

The monthly meeting of Delta Kappa Gamma will take place at 4:30 p.m. at Bartlesville First Church, 4715 Price Road. The program will be presented by Vicki Stewart, author of “If Bartlesville Walls Could Talk.” Wear a Christmas sweater and bring a stocking stuffer gift.

Monday, Dec. 20

AdLib Singers rehearsal at 7 p.m. Love to sing? Contact Janice at 918-805-9079 for more information.

Monday, Dec. 27

AdLib Singers rehearsal at 7 p.m. Love to sing? Contact Janice at 918-805-9079 for more information.

To submit calendar items, email Sriley2@gannett.com.

This article originally appeared on Bartlesville Examiner-Enterprise: Calendar of Events for Oct. 23-24

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