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Pawhuska is located in northeast Oklahoma in Osage County (of which it is the county seat) along Highway 60/11 just southeast of Bluestem Lake. It is northwest of Tulsa near the Kansas-Oklahoma border.

Pawhuska is the home of the International Round-Up Cavalcade, one of the world's largest amateur rodeos.

Shidler Lake, Sand Lake, 37,000-acre Tallgrass Prairie Preserve and Osage Hills State Park provide recreation for the area. The Preserve is best viewed just after sunrise or just before sunset. Take in the view of the area's 400 plant, 300 bird and 80 mammal species.

Area attractions include the Osage Tribal Museum, Library & Archives, the Cathedral of the Osage and the Osage County Historical Society Museum as well as the architecturally distinctive buildings in downtown Pawhuska.

Bluestem Lake |
Restaurants, Cafes, Delis, Bakeries WhizBang Cafe |
History Osage County Historical Society Museum |
Oklahoma State Parks Osage Hills State Park |

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03/28 Coming to The area
OK Mozart Festival Bartlesville OK June9-15 Oklahoma's Premier Music Festival, OK Mozart brings the highest quality professional musical and cultural experience to the state of Oklahoma and the middle United States.
Kansas State Fair Hutchinson KS September6-15 Each year, over 400,000 visitors flock to the Kansas State Fair to visit a wide array of exhibits, partake in fabulous Fair food, and see the amazing butter sculpture.
Tulsa Greek Festival Tulsa OK September19-21 Build your own Greek dinner, enjoy some Greek desserts, buy a Greek cookbook with an area flavor, and imagine the sights, sounds, and smells of Mediterranean life.
Greater Pittsburgh Renaissance Festival West Newton PA August24-September29 Jousters will compete in the Jousting Arena, while the smallest of the kingdom can enjoy their time in the New Children's Realm. Also a Pirate’s Pub and a New upscale Crafts Marketplace. Weekends only.
Arkansas Apple Festival Lincoln AR October4-6 The centerpiece of the festival is the unequalled variety of arts and crafts, featuring works of some of the most talented artisans in the Ozarks. One of the highlights of the Arkansas Apple Festival is the Apple Core Throwing Contest, a test of strength, accuracy, aerodynamics, and just plain luck.