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June 8th:  City Wide Garage Sale Flyer & Registration
June 28th:  Miss Osawawtomie Pageant
June 29th:  Osawatomie Lights on the Lake
JUNE BUSINESS SPOTLIGHT
OSAWATOMIE ELKS LODGE #921

​Elks Lodges bring so much more to their communities than just a building, golf course or pool. They are places where neighbors come together, families share meals, and children grow up.

Elks Lodges invest in their communities through programs that help children grow up healthy and drug-free, meet the needs of today’s veterans, and improve the quality of life.

The Osawatomie Elks Lodge #921 was organized in June 0f 1904, after which a Non-Fraternal Organization was incorporated and a month later it was chartered, and its first  >> Continue Reading
OSAWATOMIE SOAP BOX RACE WAS A SUCCESS!

First off, up until our crazy hail storm, the June 1st Soap Box Derby down Main Street was one for the books!  Second off, it could not be done without the help of so many volunteers! You guys are the ones who made this event happen and it definitely could NOT have been done without you!   

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How About Our Farmers Market?

The 2019 Osawatomie 
Farmers' Market is officially open! Come and pick up some garden fresh goodies!  

Registration & More Info
LIGHTS ON THE LAKE 

Osawatomie’s Lights on the Lake is Osawatomie’s newest annual tradition complete with a parade, family fun activities, concert, fireworks and more! 

This year we welcome Hazzard County and Revelation / A Tribute to Journey. Osawatomie’s Lights on the Lake is an event put on by the City and local businesses. This is a combination of the John Brown Jamboree and the 4th of July fireworks display and will be held the Saturday before the 4th of July at Osawatomie City Lake (that's June 29th).

And the best part of all? It’s FREE. Absolutely no tickets required! So what are you waiting for? Mark your calendar to join the festivities beginning June 27th and bring your friends!

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