|Baxter Springs Official Events Page -
City-wide Garage Sales: - SPRING: 1st Saturday in June FALL: 1st Saturday in October
Cowtown Days & Rodeo - August (no official announcement of date)
Historic Homes Christmas Tour - Weekend before Thanksgiving
Christmas Parade & Tree Lighting - 1st Saturday in December
Home-Grown Art Show and Sale - First Weekend in April and First Weekend in October
Route 66 Fall Festival - 1st Weekend of October 2014
Scavenger Hunt - First Weekend in April and First Weekend in October
Steel Guitar Rendezvous - First Full Weekend in October
Veterans Day Parade - Weekend before Veterans Day (tentative date)
|8 - 10||Living History Week - 6 outdoor venues, Native-American Indian, Western, frontier, log cabin, covered wagon, Civil War, 40 costumed demonstrators. Hands-on history for students.
Ph: 620-856-2385 (Always call and confirm events)
|7||City Wide Garage Sale - Ph: 620-856-3131 (Always call and confirm events)
|59||Cowtown Days & Route 66 Festival - The annual celebration features live entertainment throughout the festival, featuring "Pride of Texas Shows Carnival" with 15 big rides. Route 66 Classic Car Show with over 50 cars and motorcycles. Along with Wild West Gun-fight re-enactments and Wild West Shows by the Cherokee Arts Council, Carriage rides, Stage concerts, Mustang GT 5.0 raffle, "Battle of the Bands," and much more.
* Gospel Music * Entertainment Each Night * Arts and Crafts * Food Vendors * Historical Society Presentation * Car Show and Cruise * 3 Day Saddle Club Rodeo
Address: Hwy 166 E, Kiwanis Park , Baxter Springs, Kansas
|6||Christmas Parade - First Saturday - This local event draws a large crowd and one very special visitor!
Ph: 620-856-3131 (Always call and confirm events)
This brick building was built in 1936 as a memorial to the soldiers and sailors of Wabaunsee County. Currently it houses the ...
Still etched in the prairie, the 175-year-old Santa Fe Trail ruts carved their niche in our nation's history by helping move ...
Here is a longer version of the October 1985 Baxter Springs, KS Reenactment. This version is without narration. Looks to be someone's home movie. As the stor...
and opps i ran a yellow light . had an asshole pull out in front of meand the woman on my left turned out to be fat n ugly enjoy a part of history.
The Last Known Remaining Marsh Arch Bridge. On Old Historic Route 66.