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Prairie Days Festival

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Event# 800-882-3606

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Mark your calendars! Prairie Days 2014 will be on Saturday, June 14th. This all day event features living historians in all of our historic buildings and on the grounds bringing the 19th century to life before your very eyes. The event runs from 10:00 am to 4:00 pm. With music, food vendors, craft demonstrators, living historians, a Little House character competition a day on the prairie is great for the whole family. Our full schedule of Prairie Days activities will be posted on this website as we are closer to the festival. Keep checking for updates.

To see photos from Prairie Days 2013 visit our Facebook page.

Admission: $6 adults, $3 children under 18, $3 seniors 65 and older.
We do not offer group rates for Prairie Days.

The funds raised from Prairie Days admissions and sales in our gift shop and additional donations made that day help us keep the museum doors open

Prairie Days Festival

Address : 2507 County Rd 3000, Little House on the Prairie Independence KS
Phone : 800-882-3606   (Always call and confirm events.)

Email Address : tourism@indkschamber.org

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Admission Fee : yes

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