The Bristow Boy Scouts are having a Spaghetti Dinner on Sunday, December 14th from Noon – 2:00pm at the First Church of God on 320 South Walnut. Come on out and help the Scouts raise funds for camping equipment, specifically a new trailer. This is a Donation Only Event. Scouts will be serving Spaghetti, Garlic Continue Reading
Magical Christmas The Bristow Christmas parade will be held on Thursday, December 4th – and promises to be an extraordinary event. If Christmas wasn’t enough of a reason to celebrate (it most definitely is), the excitement surrounding the Polar Express’ arrival in Bristow seem to have added even more interest in this year’s Christmas Parade. This Continue Reading
The 1oth Annual “Hawg” Wild Toy Run returns to Bristow on Saturday, November 22nd. Route will begin at the Tractor Supply parking lot at 11:30am. Organizers suggest coming early to enjoy some Coffee and Donuts. Event proceeds benefit Bristow Social Services and Bristow Head Start. Non perishable food items would also be very welcome for Continue Reading
It’s now official. The Polar Express Train Ride will make its inaugural run to the North Pole on November 21st, departing Bristow’s historic Train Depot at 6:oopm. ALL ABOARD! To accommodate the transformation of our Depot back to its original purpose, the Bristow Historical Society Museum and yours truly, The Bristow Area Chamber of Commerce Continue Reading
When Kurt Miesner, his wife Davi and son Hugo, moved to Bristow in 2009, they never imagined the impact that they would have on their community in just a short time. Kurt, a West Point Military Academy graduate and two time open heart surgery survivor, realizes the importance of a hard day’s work, but also Continue Reading
Looking for a ticket to the Chamber Banquet? You’ve found the link to purchase online! Click the title of this post for more information.
The table auction is a big part of our annual Banquet. Join us: Friday, January, 24th at 12:00 noon – Mid America Stockyards will be hosting. Lunch at noon then bidding begins. Don’t miss the fun, it really is a hoot.
You can almost hear the constant rhythm of the trains that ran through Bristow during the oil boom days of the 1920’s. In those days, famous movie cowboy Gene Autry was working as a telegrapher at the now restored depot that houses the Bristow Area Chamber of Commerce and the Historical Society Museum. A cute red caboose sits outside, putting the finishing touch on the grounds around the restored Bristow Train Depot.