Live music. A musical version of a Christmas classic. Finding that perfect gift. Christmas trees and decorations. The holiday season is very busy in our corner of Kansas.
The Indian Student Association at Pittsburg State University will host Diwali, the festival of lights, on Friday, Oct. 27, at the…
The Pittsburg State University Homecoming Committee is gearing up for Homecoming 2023. This year’s theme: “Gorilla of the Century.” Activities will get…
Pittsburg State University will hold Family Day, a tradition since 1993, on Sept. 23, with a day of activities for Gorillas of all ages culminating in a football game at Carnie Smith Stadium and the recognition of the Honorary Family.
The Global Fest International Night Market is a fun and interactive way to explore the many regions of the world in a lively open-air market atmosphere.
“The Craft of Art” (Visual Artists) an Artist Talk, will take place on September 9th, 2023, at TOAST, located in Downtown Pittsburg.
Three pumpkin patches each offer something different for visitors to Crawford County in Southeast Kansas: a mini-amusement park for kids, an old fashioned pumpkin patch, plus an active farm with numerous photo opportunities.
Did you know the First Family of Pickleball is from Pittsburg, and several of them are ranked GLOBALLY in this popular sport? Monday, August 28 they will be in Pittsburg!
The Pittsburg Arts Council (PAC) is thrilled to announce the launch of Second Saturdays, a monthly community event aimed at fostering creativity, supporting local artists, and bringing together the entire Pittsburg community to celebrate the arts.
The Crawford County Fair has something for everyone during fair week: agriculture, games, live music, shopping, and great food.
The Bicknell Family Center for the Arts presents, Full Throttle in Print! This exhibit features photographs that capture the thrill of drag racing and a one night only car display!
Using the background of the community’s mining and somewhat checkered bootlegging history, the Frontenac Mining Days creates a family fun weekend for both locals and guests, even if they’ve never been to Frontenac before.
Over 100 participants will be in attendance, including over 50 artists, 4 main stage bands, 10 musical acts, 17 organizations, and 22 vendors!
Youth will have opportunities this summer to learn about construction, robotics, and nature while having hands-on fun in academic day camps offered by Pittsburg State University. Those who are athletically inclined have opportunities to work with Pitt State coaches and staff on building skills and fundamentals. Enrollment is limited.