Baldwin City, Kansas


Upcoming Events in Baldwin City Kansas


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Baldwin Art Walk Night - THIRD FRIDAY - JUNE - SEPT - Art Galleries, the Arts Council and local businesses invite everyone to spend the evening in downtown Baldwin City.

An evening of art and friendly conversation awaits from 6 to 9p.m. the third Friday night of each month from June to September. The Baldwin Community Arts Council sponsors Art Walk, which showcases paintings, sculpture, and quilting by area artists who set up on the street, in local galleries and in downtown businesses. Special event evenings also feature live music, art demonstrations, an Ice Cream Social in July and the Annual Cuppa Java in September during the art walks.

Address: Sidewalks of Downtown Baldwin City , Baldwin City, Kansas
Ph: 785-594-3200 (Always call and confirm events)
Web: www.baldwinarts.org

Farmers' Market - The Farmers' Market is open 8 a.m. to 12 p.m. Saturdays from June through September in downtown Baldwin, next to the Post Office. There is also a Market on Wednesday nights from 5-8 pm in front of Antiques on the Prairie, 520 High St. Market features vary weekly, but often include a variety of seasonal vegetables, berries, and flowers as well as home baked breads, cakes, cookies and pies. Fresh eggs are also frequently offered.

Address: Downtown Baldwin City , Baldwin City, Kansas
Ph: 785-594-3200 (Always call and confirm events)
Email: baldwinchamber@embarqmail.com

January

3 - 25The "Un-Juried" Art Show - The Lumberyard Arts Center will present the "Un-Juried" Art Exhibit, opening Friday, January 6 from 6 to 8pm and continuing during regular Gallery hours of 1 to 4 Tue. thru Fri. and Sat. 9am to noon. This is an eclectic collection of two dimensional pieces submitted by artists from the Baldwin City/Lawrence area. The pieces are not reviewed by a jury but are chosen by the artist in a curatorial anarchy. The show runs through January 28 at the Center, 718 High St., Baldwin City.

Address: 718 High St. , Baldwin City, Kansas
Ph: 785-594-3186 (Always call and confirm events)
Email: info@lumberyardartscenter.org
Web: www.lumberyardartscenter.org
Fee: None

25Kansas Belle Dinner Train with Murder Mystery Option - Kansas Belle Dinner Train-Call Today To Make Your Reservations
Saturday, January 26-Fine Dining with Murder Mystery Option
Boarding is From: 6:00-6:15pm
Ending Time is: 9:30pm
Cost: $65.00 + tax, Add $21.00/person for Murder Mystery
Reservations required. Go to www.kansasbelle.com for more details or call 785-594-8505
office located at 215 Ames Street, Baldwin City, KS

Address: Departure: Midland Railway, 1515 High Street, Baldwin City, KS 66006 , Baldwin City, Kansas
Ph: 785-594-8505 (Always call and confirm events)
Email: info@dinnertrain.net
Web: www.kansasbelle.com
Fee: Cost: $65.00 + tax, Add $21.00/person for Murder Mystery

February

1 - 22Kansas Belle Dinner Train - Kansas Belle Dinner Train-Call Today To Make Your Reservations
Every Saturday-Fine Dining (ask about our entertainment options available)
Boarding is From: 6:00-6:15pm
Ending Time is: 9:30pm
Cost: $65.00 + tax, Add $21.00/person for entertainment option
Reservations required. Go to the website for more details or call 785-594-8505, Office located at 215 Ames Street, Baldwin City, KS

Address: Departure: Midland Railway, 1515 High Street, Baldwin City, KS 66006 , Baldwin City, Kansas
Ph: 785-594-8505 (Always call and confirm events)
Email: info@dinnertrain.net
Web: www.kansasbelle.com
Fee: Cost: $65.00 + tax, Add $21.00/person for entertainment option

9Chocolate Auction - The annual Chocolate Auction takes place every February featuring hundreds of chocolate delicacies, including cookies, pies, tortes and cream puffs, and also features many pieces of original art by area and regional artists. Bidders can begin with the silent auction and then bid in the live auction that follows. This event draws people from as far as Kansas City and Topeka. The auction began in 1987 with the Baldwin Community Arts Council which has now merged with the Lumberyard Arts Center. The Chocolate Auction tradition carries on and is now the major fundraiser for the Arts Center.

Silent auction at 1pm, Live auction at 2pm.

The Baldwin Community Arts Council (BCAC) has traditionally supported educational programs for the school system (K-12), provided scholarships for local students; sponsored lecturers, artists and plays; provided summer band concerts, children's summer art workshops and supported and participated in the Baldwin Art Walk for community artists.

Address: Lumberyard Arts Center, 718 High Street , Baldwin City, Kansas
Ph: 785-594-3186 (Always call and confirm events)
Email: info@lumberyardartscenter.org
Web: www.lumberyardartscenter.org
Fee: $1.00

March

29Community Wellness Festival - Baker University and Baldwin City Recreation Commission present the 11th annual Community Wellness Festival this year that will run from 9am-noon. The event will be kick off with a 5-K run/walk, which costs $10 for individuals and $25 for families, and include other activities such as 70 exhibits, free screenings for: blood pressure, posture check, body fat, bone density, hearing, vision and dental; screenings provided by Lawrence Memorial Hospital, drawings, and free t-shirts to the first 200 attendees along with free bicycle helmets for children as long as supplies last. The event is free to the public. Register for participation in events by March 30.

Address: Collins Sports and Convention Center at 6th & Fremont, Baldwin City, KS 66006 , Baldwin City, Kansas
Ph: 785-594-8409 (Always call and confirm events)
Web: www.bakeru.edu/healthfair
Fee: none

April

11 - 12Baldwin City Community Theatre Spring Show - Come and see local artists perform this year’s Spring Show “The Séance at the Lumberyard” on Friday and Saturday night at 7:30pm presented by the Baldwin City Community Theatre! There will be a clue hunt so the audience can solve the mystery and a prize given to the correct “detective”. Admission is $12.00 at the door and refreshments will be served at intermission.

Address: Lumberyard Arts Center, 718 High St Baldwin City, KS 66006 , Baldwin City, Kansas
Ph: 785-594-3186 (Always call and confirm events)
Email: info@lumberyardartscenter.org
Web: www.lumberyardartscenter.org/events
Fee: $12.00 at the door

12 - 19Midland Railway's Easter Egg Hunt Trains - See the Easter Bunny on the Train, take an 11 mile round trip train ride and let your little ones hunt for over 1000+ Easter Eggs in the Park at Norwood, KS! Trains depart the Midland Railway Depot at 1515 High Street, Baldwin City, KS 66006 on two Saturdays in April.

Prizes will be awarded for the child finding the most eggs. The Easter Bunny will be aboard the trains to meet the children and anyone wishing to may have their pictures taken with the Easter Bunny. Parents are also invited to bring along their own cameras and take pictures as well. After the hunt, the train will bring the participants back to the Midland Railway Depot in West Baldwin.

Departure Times: 9am, 11am, 2pm and 4pm! See the website for more information.

Address: Midland Railway, 1515 High Street, Baldwin City, KS 66006 , Baldwin City, Kansas
Ph: 913-721-1211 (Always call and confirm events)
Email: info@baldwincitychamber.com
Web: www.midland-ry.org
Fee: $15.00 ages 12 and up $ 8.00 ages 1 to 11. Under 1 are FREE (In arms)

19Baldwin Easter Egg Hunt - Come join the fun for this year’s Baldwin Easter Egg Hunt at the Ball Field Complex at Baldwin Elementary School Intermediate Center! There will be games, face painting, balloon animals, and other fun activities. Also, have your picture taken with the Easter Bunny! Good family fun for all. Activities begin at 10am and the egg hunt starts at 11am.

Address: 100 Bull Pup Dr. Baldwin City, KS 66006 , Baldwin City, Kansas
Ph: 785-594-3670 (Always call and confirm events)
Email: info@baldwincitychamber.com
Web: www.baldwincitychamber.com
Fee: Free

26BaldwinFest Wine Festival - The Chamber’s Annual WineFest is a festival where wine lovers will have the opportunity to sample hand crafted wines of 6 local Kansas wineries in one convenient location. This event is a grape lovers delight, wine enthusiasts can gather in the Lotatorium, downtown 710 High Street east of the Lumberyard Arts Center to sample wines being showcased. Whether you are a novice or a sommelier the Baldwin Chamber WineFest will delight you equally. Please join us the last weekend in April for this event which is sure to make you smile.

Address: 710 High Street, Baldwin City , Baldwin City, Kansas
Ph: 785-594-3200 (Always call and confirm events)
Email: info@baldwincitychamber.com
Web: www.facebook.com/events/358147030992376/
Fee: $15 advance or $20 at door (limited)

27Baldwin City Children's Choir Spring Concert - Come listen to the children of Baldwin City perform their annual Spring Concert at Baldwin High School before they take off to the New York Children’s Choir Festival! The choir groups Etude, Harmony, and Ovation will be performing songs they have been practicing all semester. It will be a night to remember! Performance starts at 4pm.

Address: Performing Arts Center at Baldwin High School, 415 Eisenhower Baldwin City, KS 66006 , Baldwin City, Kansas
Ph: 785-505-9809 (Always call and confirm events)
Email: bccchoir@hotmail.com
Web: www.bccchoir.com
Fee: free

May

3Black Jack Battlefield Opening Day - Visit the historic location of the Battle of Black Jack as tour season begins on May 5th at 1pm! There will be a guided tour by John Brown of the battlefield and historical information behind John Brown, the Battle of Black Jack, Bleeding Kansas, and the role that the Santa Fe Trail played in the first battle of the Civil War. Tours will continue on Saturdays and Sundays until October 21st. The battlefield and park is located 3 miles east of Baldwin City, KS and ¼ mile south of Highway 56 in rural Douglas County Kansas.

Address: Black Jack Battlefield & Nature Park , Baldwin City, Kansas
Ph: 785-883-2106 (Always call and confirm events)
Email: info@blackjackbattlefield.org
Web: www.blackjackbattlefield.org
Fee: free

307A Day Out With Thomas - Classic Storybook Engine Chugs Into A Station Near You! An amazing ride with Thomas the Tank Engine! Plus tons of other activities Thomas departs at 9:45, 10:30, 11:15, noon, 12:45, 1:30, 2:15, 3:00, 3:45 each day of the event.

Two weekends:
Fridays 8:00 am - 5:00 pm, Saturdays 8:00 am - 6:00 pm, Sundays 8:00 am - 5:00 pm

For tickets and information visit www.ticketweb.com or call 866.468.7630

Tickets for ages two and up.
Advance purchase is recommended.
Ticket sales are final. Events are rain or shine

Address: Midland Railway, 1515 High Street, Baldwin City, KS 66006 , Baldwin City, Kansas
Ph: 866-468-7630 (Always call and confirm events)
Email: info@baldwincitychamber.com
Web: www.midlandrailway.org
Fee: Tickets

June

31City Wide Garage Sale - Our Annual Friends of the Library Citywide Garage Sales begin at 8am. Directories that list the sales and a map will be available at the library at 7th & High for $1 beginning at 7:30am that morning. Friends members and those having sales can pick up their directories on Friday evening at the library.

Address: Citywide , Baldwin City, Kansas
Email: info@baldwincitychamber.com
Web: www.baldwincitychamber.com

31Black Jack Battlefield: Shadows of Civil War - Come explore the events and history of the Battle of Black Jack on the 156th anniversary! The all-day event will begin at 5am with the Dawn at Black Jack Battlefield, where you can walk the battlefield at the exact time and day of the battle. Next, an appearance by “Old John Brown” will be made at 1pm where he will guide you through the battle. At 2:30pm, a tour will be given of Black Jack Nature Park. Lastly, to close out the day, there will be an 1856 Lamplight Camp Tour which will include: lamplight tours of the battlefield starting every 15 minutes, Gum Spring Serenaders from 8-9pm, and exhibits at the Robert Hall Pearson Farmhouse from 8-10pm. This event will be $8 for ages 12 and over, but the rest of the events and activities are free and refreshments will be provided for no cost as well. Located 3 miles east of Baldwin City, KS and ¼ mile south of Highway 56. Be sure to mark your calendars for this day of fun and learning!

Address: Black Jack Battlefield & Nature Park , Baldwin City, Kansas
Ph: 785-883-2106 (Always call and confirm events)
Email: info@blackjackbattlefield.org
Web: www.blackjackbattlefield.org
Fee: free

31John Brown's Battle of Black Jack Celebration - John Brown's Battle of Black Jack Anniversary Celebration. 1-8:30 PM.

4:30, 5:30, & 6:45 Battlefield Tours, Blackjack Cabin Tours by the Santa Fe Trail Society & Prairie Tours given by the Native Plant Society. You can also explore the Black Jack Nature Trail.
6:00-7:00 Campfire Supper
6:45 Remarks by Ramon Powers, President
Tickets are $12.50 in advance or $15 at the gate. Kids 12 & under are $5
Tickets available at Mid-America Bank, Baldwin City Chamber of Commerce, & Lawrence Visitors Center
The park is located 2 miles east of Baldwin City on HWY 56 and 1/2 mile south on 2000 Rd.
Visit the website for more information.

Address: Black Jack Nature Park , Baldwin City, Kansas
Ph: 785-594-2100 (Always call and confirm events)
Web: www.blackjackbattlefield.org
Fee: General admission is free.

13 - 19Baldwin City Art Walks - See the artwork of local artists in Baldwin City every 3rd Friday of the month from June through September! Art walks will be held in historic downtown Baldwin City from 7pm-9pm. This will showcase paintings, sculptures, and quilts by area artists who set up on the street, in local galleries and in downtown businesses. Special event evenings also feature live music, art demonstrations, an Ice Cream Social in July and the Annual Cuppa Java in September during the art walks. Don’t miss out on these once-in-a-lifetime events!

Address: Downtown Baldwin City, KS on Eighth and High Street , Baldwin City, Kansas
Ph: 785-594-3200 (Always call and confirm events)
Email: info@baldwincitychamber.com
Web: www.baldwincitychamber.com/news/calendar
Fee: free

28 - 29Ice Cream Express - The ICE CREAM EXPRESS is coming again this year on June 30th and July 1st! FREE ICE CREAM, SODA and ICE CREAM TOPPINGS with the purchase of your ticket! $14.00 Adults (12 & Over) and $7.00 ages 1-11 years age! Tickets will be available at the ticket window. Trains depart at 2pm and 3:30pm on Saturday and 11:30, 2pm and 3:30pm on Sunday!

SATURDAY 11:30 Train is sponsored by IFAMILYKC! YOU MUST RSVP to ride the 11:30am Train Saturday Morning with IFAMILYKC!

http://ifamilykc.com/goods_services_details.php?iFamilyKC-Mommy-Me-Events-417

Address: 410 Ames , Baldwin City, Kansas
Ph: 785-594-3200 (Always call and confirm events)
Email: info@baldwincitychamber.com
Web: www.baldwincitychamber.com
Fee: Adults $14 and $7 for children ages 1-11

July

18Baldwin’s Wine And Brew Tasting Festival - Baldwin’s Wine And Brew Tasting Festival. All donations will go to the BCRC Scholarship Fund. BCRC will be hosting this event. The date is July 20 at The Lumberyard Arts Center from 7-9 pm. The cost is $8 before the date of the festival and $10 at the door on Friday, July 20. Must be 21 years or older. Call 785-594-3670 for more information

Address: 718 High Street, Lumberyard Arts Center , Baldwin City, Kansas
Ph: 785-594-3670 (Always call and confirm events)
Email: steve@baldwinrec.org
Web: www.baldwinrec.org
Fee: $8 advance, $10 at door

26Maple Leaf City Triathlon - Come participate in the Maple Leaf Triathlon in picturesque Baldwin City! The event will start with a 200 yard swim at the Baldwin City pool at 7am, followed by a 7-mile bike ride and a two mile run. Timing will be provided by Raul Flores Raceday Timing Solutions with announcer Charlie Upton. The age divisions will be under 20, 30, 40, 50, 65, and 65+ (proof of age required). Awards will be provided for the winners, including a cash prize to overall male and female winners, participation medals to all participants, and awards for division male and female winners! There will be a pre-race pickup at the Recreation office (715 High St) and packet pickup on the day of the race will open at 6:30am at the pool. The cost is $40 if you sign up before July 20th and $60 after that and you can register at www.enterrun.com. Sign up today!

Address: start Baldwin City Pool, 317 Fremont Street, Baldwin City, KS 66006 , Baldwin City, Kansas
Ph: 785-594-3670 (Always call and confirm events)
Email: info@baldwincitychamber.com
Web: www.baldwinrec.org
Fee: $40 before July 20, $60 after that

August

2Baldwin Open - Baldwin City Golf Tournament held annually on the first Sunday of August. A unique experience on sand greens.

Address: Baldwin Golf Course, College St. , Baldwin City, Kansas
Ph: 785-594-3169 (Always call and confirm events)
Fee: yes

September

301KS0301001e002 - Baldwin CityMidland Railway Railfest - The Midland Railway of Baldwin City, KS will feature its classic railroading equipment during the annual Railfest weekend. The restored ex-M-K-T RS-3M #142 and ex-New York Central RS-3 #8255 will provide the locomotive power for the all-caboose, passenger, and mixed freight trains as they demonstrate these classic engines and rolling stock in action. Photo run-bys will be offered on all trips. All locomotives will be M-U'ed together on the final run each day.

If you have ever wanted to ride in the cab of a locomotive, then don't miss the chance to ride in
EX-CB&O NW-2 #524 (formerly #9227), which will be available for cab rides in the Baldwin yard when time permits between regular runs.

Railway Post Office Car in Operation

Restored Kansas City Southern R.P.O. car #30 will be featured on many of the trains and retired Railway Post Office Clerks will be on board to explain and demonstrate the functions of the Rail Post Office Car during Railfest. On Saturday only, there will be a U.S. Postal clerk on board to officially postmark passengers' letters with a 1-day only Baldwin City to Nowhere, KS R.P.O. commemorative cancellation stamp.

For a complete schedule see website



TRAIN RIDES from Baldwin City to Norwood, KS 11:00 a.m., 1:00 & 3:00 p.m.(to Ottawa Jct.)
11 mile round trip -� Variety of Train Consists
MKT 142 10:30; MKT 142 & NYC 8255 12:30 ; NYC 8255 2:30 Trains

MOTORCAR RIDES
Aboard "Putt-Putt-� Motorized Track Maintenance Hand Car
Saturday Only
LIVE RAILROAD MUSIC
By the "Singing Conductors-�Dee and Roger Clark
Saturday Only

Ex-K.C.S. R.P.O. CAR #30
Retired Railroad Postal Clerks Aboard to Explain Railway Mail Car Operation

1906 SANTA FE DEPOT
On National Historic Register, Souvenir Shop With Specials On Railroad Related Souvenirs â€" T-Shirts, Videos, DVDs, CDs, Books, Toys, Cold Drinks, Snacks, More.

Address: 1515 W High St , Baldwin City, Kansas
Ph: 913-721-1211 (Always call and confirm events)
Email: caboose999060@aol.com
Web: www.midland-ry.org
Fee: $12-16 Adults, $6-8 Child 2 to 12, Free Ages Under 2

October

27KS0301001e024 - Baldwin CityBluegrass & BBQ - True bluegrass music provided generously by the Prairie Acre, Fresh Picked & Cindy Novelo, all out doors under the "big top" - rain or shine. 5:30 until 9:30 or until the food is gone.

Plus enjoy the debut appearance by the 'Internationally Unknown Baldwin City Bluegrass Brothers', Doug 'Elroy' Cheek and Joe 'Jake' Bathke, both well known Baldwin City Community Theater performers. The Emcee for the evening will be Marion 'The Voice' Constantinescu!

We’ll be serving BBQ pork sandwiches, Cheesy corn bake, cole slaw or salad and homemade fruit cobbler, lemonade, ice tea + beer will be available if you're 21 or over. Come early, stay a while, enjoy the evening with us.

This event is a fundraiser for the Lumberyard Arts Center to help us continue to present classes, gallery events, speakers and more for the community, in the future.

Address: 718 High Street , Baldwin City, Kansas
Ph: 785-594-3186 (Always call and confirm events)
Email: info@lumberyardartscenter.org
Web: www.lumberyardartscenter.org
Fee: Free will donations for food and for beer

17 - 25KS0301001e003 - Baldwin CityNight Trains of Terrors - 3RD & 4TH WEEKEND - Spooks, goblins, and all kinds of surprises are aboard the Midland Railway for "The Train to the Other Side of Nowhere!" each October. Our cast of spooks and goblins will provide this special treat for the not-so-faint of heart of all ages during the weekend prior to Halloween.

An hour (or so) long train ride full of scares, spooks and frights! A dark walk through a moving train only lit by black lights!  Once you move through the train you will be guided through our Haunted baggage car full of frights just like in a haunted house while traveling down the rails in dark of night!  During your ride spooks and ghouls will walk through the train giving you a scare!  Watch your back....you never know when they may coming to get you! While traveling down the track, keep an eye out the windows of the train for other spooks and frights!  You might even see the headless horseman!

Third and Fourth Weekend, Friday and Saturday

Haunted trains will run nightly Friday and Saturday the third weekend, and then again on Friday and Saturday, the fourth weekend. Departures will be at 6:00, 8:00 and 10:00 p.m. nightly. Additional runs will be scheduled as needed. Group charters available by advance arrangement.



http://www.whistletix.com/Midland-RY/BuyTickets.aspx?EID=138631

Address: 1515 W. High St , Baldwin City, Kansas
Ph: 785-594-6982 (Always call and confirm events)
Email: info@baldwincitychamber.com
Web: www.midland-ry.org
Fee: Tickets, available at the depot each evening, $12 adult, $6 child.

18 - 19KS0301001e004 - Baldwin CityMaple Leaf Festival - Held the third full weekend in October, the annual Maple Leaf Festival is perhaps Baldwin City's largest community-wide activity. The idea for the festival was inspired by the city's hundreds of beautiful maple trees which form an umbrella of brilliant color over the city each fall, the area's rich history and the Santa Fe Trail.

Since the first festival, the celebration has been expanded to include new attractions each year. It will be kicked off with a parade at 11am on Saturday. There will be over 300 craft exhibits, quilt displays, performing arts, music, and food vendors at the event. Also, have more fun with Carnival rides, a kids' zone, a petting zoo, and much more. It will run Saturday 9am-6pm and Sunday 9am-5pm. Parking is available at the High School on the North side of HWY 56 off of 6th Street.

The Midland Railway will provide excursion train rides each hour - 11 a.m. to 4 p.m on Saturday and Sunday, departing from the historic Santa Fe Depot at 1515 W. High St, erected in 1906 by the Atchison, Topeka and Santa Fe Railway.

Please remember that companion animals are NOT allowed at the festival in accordance with Baldwin City Ordinance #1196. Violators will be fined.

Address: Downtown Baldwin City , Baldwin City, Kansas
Ph: 785-594-7564 (Always call and confirm events)
Email: info@baldwincitychamber.com
Web: www.mapleleaffestival.com

18 - 19Black Jack Battlefield Maple Leaf Festival Tours - This is the last guided tour weekend for the season and will be held during Maple Leaf Festival held in Baldwin City. You may still visit us 365 days out of the year from dawn till dusk for self guided tours. The tours on Saturday start at 1pm and 3pm and on Sunday at 11am, 1pm and 3pm. Come attend the last tour of the year during this spectacular time of the year!

Address: Black Jack Battlefield & Nature Park, 163 E 2000 Rd Wellsville, KS 66092 , Baldwin City, Kansas
Ph: 785-883-2106 (Always call and confirm events)
Email: info@blackjackbattlefield.org
Web: www.blackjackbattlefield.org
Fee: free

18 - 19Maple Leaf Festival Quilt Show - The annual Maple Leaf Festival Quilt Show will be in a new location just west of town at the Baldwin Elementary School Intermediate Center.
Saturday,9am-6pm
Sunday, 10am-5pm

Address: 100 Bullpup Dr. , Baldwin City, Kansas
Ph: 785-594-2456 (Always call and confirm events)
Email: neumers@gmail.com
Web: www.mapleleaffestival.com
Fee: Free

18 - 19Maple Leaf Trains/Train Robbery - Maple Leaf Trains/Train Robbery. Take a trip back in time to the days of the cowgirls, cowboys and a train robbery! Thats right! A TRAIN ROBBERY! Hold on to your goods folks, the Wild Women of the Frontier are going to be stomping around the tracks we have been told! Riders on horseback, gun fire (blanks of course!) and even a few surprises!! Sure sounds like a ton of fun you don't want to miss out on! Maple Leaf Train Robbery Rides leave the depot every hour, on the hour on Saturday and Sunday at 11:00am and the last train runs at 4:00pm each day! Train Tickets are $8.00 per person, no matter what age! So come out and add a little excitement to your day! Also enjoy a whole weekend worth of activity, arts and crafts at the Maple Leaf Festival!

Address: 1515 High Street , Baldwin City, Kansas
Ph: 785-594-6982 (Always call and confirm events)
Email: info@baldwincitychamber.com
Web: www.midland-ry.org
Fee: see event description

November

21 - 23Holiday Art Sale - Come see the artwork of local artists at the Lumberyard Arts Center Holiday Art Sale held from November 23-25th! This event will also be held during the Festival of Lights Parade on November 24th. Don’t miss this chance to experience a little taste of Baldwin City art and culture!

Address: Lumberyard Arts Center, 718 High St Baldwin City, KS 66006 , Baldwin City, Kansas
Ph: 785-594-3186 (Always call and confirm events)
Email: info@lumberyardartcenter.org
Web: www.lumberyardartscenter.org/events
Fee: free

22 - 28Day Trip Guided Bus Tours - Day Trip Guided Bus Tours-Every Saturday at 1pm
$12 Adults, $6 Kids (Ages 6-11), Maximum of 12 for tours
Sponsored by Baldwin City Tourism Bureau and Baldwin City Recreation Commission
Driving Tour Only-Tour is approximately 1 1/2 hours in length
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Take a guided bus tour of our
historical Baldwin City community.
See the history behind our beautiful city
and what we offer today.
Reserve your seat today to ensure space.
First Available Tour Begins Saturday, November 24
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Tours not available December 22 & 29, 2012

Departs at Baldwin City Recreation Commission, 715 High Street, Downtown Baldwin City

Address: 715 High Street, Baldwin City, KS 66006 , Baldwin City, Kansas
Ph: 785-594-3670 (Always call and confirm events)
Email: info@baldwincitychamber.com
Web: www.baldwincitychamber.com
Fee: $12 adults, $6 kids (6-11)

December

297Santa Claus Express - Take an Hour Train Ride with Jolly Old St. Nick... Two Weekends, Sat. and Sun.

Round Trip Departures:
* .... 10:00 a.m., 1:00 & 3:00 p.m.
(leaving from the Santa Fe Depot, 1515 High St., Baldwin City, KS)

Get your picture taken with Santa in his Special Rail Car. Children will have a chance to visit with Santa. Bring your cameras and take pictures of your children with Santa, or a photographer will be aboard each train to take those special moment photos for you.
Depot souvenir shop open with Christmas train gifts.
Thomas the Tank items will be on sale.
Live Christmas Music Aboard Trains by JACC Quartet.

K.C. Area: (913) 371-3410
Toll-Free: (800) 651-0388

No heat on the train, so bring blankets, dress accordingly, and snuggle up!

Address: Midland Railway, 1515 High Street, Baldwin City, KS 66006 , Baldwin City, Kansas
Ph: 913-721-1211 (Always call and confirm events)
Email: info@baldwincitychamber.com
Web: www.midland-ry.org
Fee: Adults 12 & up $15 and Children 1-11 $8

29Candlelight Vespers - Come attend the 82nd annual Christmas Candlelight Vespers performed by students of Baker University. It will be held at First United Methodist Church on Eighth and Grove streets. The program will include performances by the Baker Concert Choir, Baker Chamber Choir, Baker Orchestra, Baker Percussion Ensemble, Baker Brass Ensemble, Baker Speech Choir, Little Big Band Jazz Ensemble, Buel A. Hill Quartet and University Community Choir. This event will be free and a must see for everyone!

Address: Rice Auditorium, Baker University, 404 Eighth St, Baldwin City, KS 66006 , Baldwin City, Kansas
Ph: 785-594-8330 (Always call and confirm events)
Email: steve.rottinghaus@bakeru.edu
Fee: Free

6Festival of Lights Parade - Turn out for the annual Festival of Lights Parade and tree lighting ceremony, which welcomes Santa to town on the second Saturday in December. The parade at 6pm runs through historic downtown Baldwin City and features Santa Claus making his grand entrance on an antique fire truck. After the parade children can visit with Santa, have their photos taken, and enjoy warm hot cocoa and cider at area businesses. Come join the start of the holiday fun!

Address: Historic Downtown Baldwin City on Eighth and High Street, Baldwin City, KS 66006 , Baldwin City, Kansas
Ph: 785-594-3200 (Always call and confirm events)
Email: info@baldwincitychamber.com
Web: www.baldwincitychamber.com
Fee: Free


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Homes For Sale Baldwin City KS Real Estate $289000 1360-SqFt 3-Bdrms 2-Baths on 40 Acres SqFt

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What's going on in Baldwin City, Kansas - Faces & Places Tour

While at the first Faces & Places Tour stop, roadie Chelle Decker talks with Susan Baker of the Baldwin City Chamber of Commerce about all the events going o...

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