LIBRARY PROGRAMS CONTINUE
Pawhuska Public Library’s Summer Reading Program will continue during July with two programs presented each Monday.
The Legos youth class for pre-teens and teens meets from 1:30-2:30 p.m. Those attending the class learn mechanical principles.
Children in the fourth grade and younger will be offered stories and crafts programs that begin at 3 p.m. and last for 30 to 45 minutes.
PRUE ASSEMBLY HOSTS CRAFT FAIR
Prue Assembly is hosting their second annual Crafters Fair on Aug. 9. Booth space is available for $30. Applications are due by July 18.
For an application or more information call Charlotte at 918-346-9152.
BEDFORD BLUES & BBQ FESTIVAL ANNOUNCED
Music lovers will find the 2014 Bedford Blues & BBQ Festival a feast for the senses.
The three-day event returns Aug. 29-31 with blues legends Shemekia Copeland, Robert Cray and a barbecue cook-off featuring 70 teams.
For tickets and details visit www.bedfordbluesbbq.com.
WAH ZHA ZHI CULTURAL CENTER HOSTS STORY TIME
Story time is held at 1 p.m. every Tuesday at the Wah Zha Zhi Cultural Center in Pawhuska.
Come hear a story about Coyote’s tricks, Beaver’s selfishness, the meaning behind Turtle’s scales and much more. After each story is read, children will make a simple craft as a reminder of the story’s lesson.
All ages are welcome. For weekly details, visit the center’s Facebook page a Wah Zha Zhi Cultural Center.
DRUMMOND HOME STYLE SHOW SET FOR AUGUST 16
The Drummond Home will hold a Downton Abbey themed style show at 2 p.m. Aug. 16 at the First Presbyterian Church, located at 204 North Price Stret in Hominy.
Martha Ray and her models from Pawnee will be present to show styles from the early 1900s to the late 1920s.
The Drummond Home is taking reservations for 50 guests until the end of July. Tickets sell for $10 each and can be purchased at the Drummond Home or by mail: 305 North Price, Hominy, OK 74035. Ticket reservations will ensure a place for the style show, door prizes and some great food.
For more information, call 918-885-2374.
Proceeds will benefit Fred Drummond Home.