The V.J. Wilkins Family Center for the Arts at the Burford Theatre soon will be host to a...Read More
The Arkansas City Area Arts Council will be host to a fundraising event on Feb. 17 at the historic...Read More
The V.J. Wilkins Center for the Arts at the Burford Theatre will be host to a Carole King tribute concert this month. Starting at 7 p.m. Jan. 20, local artist and musician Julie Sutton will perform King’s music on stage. Sutton...Read More
The new director of the V.J. Wilkins Family Center for the Arts is beginning the new year with new plans for the future. Director of Operations Jamie Hollon has plans to “right-size” the offerings that can be found at the...Read More
Dec. 16 is full of family-friendly activities to attend in and around Arkansas City. Starting at 9 a.m., Santa will be at Steamy Joe for cookies and cocoa. He will be there until noon. Children younger than 12 can enjoy free...Read More
There are many entertaining holiday events planned this weekend in Arkansas City, starting with the Cherokee Strip Players’ interactive play “Trouble in Tumbleweed.” The production, which debuted Nov. 30, will have its final...Read More
We all know that Jay Warren is a huge supporter of everything positive for Ark City. We see him at all the fundraisers — he’s the cook most of the time — and of course he supports Ark City organizations financially, as well....Read More
This weekend in Arkansas City promises to be chock full of events. From a moon-rise hike to live music and a train show, there should be something for everyone right here at home. Moon-rise hike Chaplin Nature Center will be...Read More
The Arkansas City Area Chamber of Commerce seeks interested businesses to join its annual downtown holiday shopping promotional event. All businesses joining in Christmas in the City will receive a free ticket to the Nov. 15...Read More
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