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After Harvest Czech Festival

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After Harvest Czech Festival

The Wilson After Harvest Czech Festival is one of the largest festivals in Ellsworth County Kansas. Hosted by the small rural community of Wilson, total population under 800, the festival is known to bring in thousands from all across Kansas and neighboring states.

The festival brings out the costumes, dances, food, fun and celebrations to maintain Wilson's claim to being the Czech Capital of Kansas! The Czech Festival is located in downtown Wilson. Last Saturday in July EVERY year-- activities start Friday afternoon.

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After Harvest Czech Festival


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