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Grassland Heritage Festival

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Event# 620-697-2833

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Authentic period entertainment, storytelling, reenactments and demonstrations bring this Santa Fe Trail celebration to life right before your eyes. The kids as well as grown-ups will be amazed as they learn the skills of basket weaving, rawhide braiding and roping.


More info and pictures -- ghf.mtcoks.com



Grassland Heritage Festival


Phone : 620-697-2833   (Always call and confirm events.)

Email Address : mtcomuseum@elkhart.com

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Additional Notes : Grassland Heritage Group Address: P.O. Box 817 Elkhart, KS 67950 Phone (620) 697-4600 Email brichardson@epictouch.com

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