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Enjoy a day filled with activities while learning about and celebrating the cultural heritage of Native American tribes who called this area home. Events will include native... details>>
Explore the cemetery and hear the stories of those who are buried there! Enjoy a guided tour and refreshments as history comes alive and we give new voices to Clay County’s... details>>
Eighty thousand Kansans served in World War I; 227,000 in World War II. We pay tribute to all Kansas soldiers by telling the story of Kansan James Clark Hughes. He served from... details>>
Enjoy a different theme each weekend and help with the harvest. Theme weekends may include corn, wheat, dairy, all things apple, and more! Stagecoach rides, blacksmith... details>>
Join us on October 22, 2016, to experience what life was like for the wounded in make-shift hospitals. The candlelight tours will feature recreated scenes of doctors... details>>
The Friends of the Anderson House and Elliott's Scouts living history groups will re-enact the charge of Union troops up the stairs in the Anderson House to secure it and take southern soldiers prisoner during the Battle of Lexington 1861. The activity will take place every 45 minutes and is free with donations gladly accepted.
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