Oxford, Kansas

Upcoming Events in Oxford Kansas


7 City Wide Garage Sale - Exact dates vary from year to year. No registration required. Just drive around town.

Ph: 620-455-2223 (Always call and confirm events)


18 - 21 Annual Napawalla Acoustic Jam - Share another special weekend with family & friends at Napawalla Park in Oxford, Kansas. Bring your camper, tent or just come & spend the day sharing your music or listening to great local talent. Camping fees are $10.00 per unit per day with hookups & $5.00 without hookups. Folk, blues, rock, and bluegrass music will make this a super event again this year! Hope to see you there, don't forget your instrument!

Address: Napawalla Park, Oxford, Ks , Oxford, Kansas
Ph: 620-455-3739 (Always call and confirm events)
Fee: Festival is free, regular camping fees apply


29 - 30 Fireworks Display - Sponsored by the Masons.

Ph: 620-455-2223 (Always call and confirm events)


1 Watermelon Feed - SATURDAY AFTER LABOR DAY - The morning starts with a 2-mile and 10K fun run. Activities continue thoughout the day with food stands, crafts, games, a parade, local talent show, and street dance. All of the watermelon you can eat is provided - FREE!

Ph: 620-455-2223 (Always call and confirm events)


16 - 17KS0210018e006 - Oxford Annual Christmas in the Country - This weekend event is to help kick off the Christmas season for Kansans and Oklahomans, as well as friends and family from across the country. There are Christmas shops, crafts, demonstrations, surrey rides, Christmas music, carolers, a variety of dining opportunities, and tours through local homes to get you in the Christmas spirit and begin your holiday preparations. People come from all over to make this one of their first and most memorable events of the holiday season. 10am-5pm. FRIDAY/SATURDAY AFTER THANKSGIVING.

Address: Downtown , Oxford, Kansas
Ph: 620-455-3636 (Always call and confirm events)
Fee: $2.00

Attractions and Upcoming Events

The Old Mill

The Old Mill was built in 1874 by D.N. Cook and John Hewitt. A 3 mile race was hand-dug parallel to the Arkansas River which produced the electricity necessary to run the mill. A dam was built across the river to help the mill grow. In 1910

Oxford, KS Historic Mills

The Community Church

The Community church was organized in 1872, and constructed the following year at a cost of $2,000. The church had a starting membership of 15

Oxford, KS Historic Churches

The Humphrey House

The Humphrey Home was built by former slaves in 1867 following the Civil War. The walls of the home are 16 inches thick and featured a large lawn area where many socials were held. The home was restored in 1977

Oxford, KS Historic Homes

The Carriage House

The Carriage House, built in the early 1800s was the first brick home built in Oxford. John J. Hahn was the first of several owners.

Oxford, KS Historic Homes

Things to do near Oxford, KS

Stone Lake

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