"Fire in the Flint Hills"

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A week long celebration of the historic burning of the Kansas tall grass prairie held the Second Week in April, We'll enjoy a seminar each evening Monday through Thursday, from 7:30 to 9:00, featuring knowledgeable speakers sharing various topics pertaining to the Kansas prairie....held at the Emma Chase Cafe. On Friday evening at 7:30, we'll participate in the Prairie Fire Festival edition of K-177 BlueGrass Pickin' at the Emma Chase Music Hall. Saturday will feature Native American speakers from 11:00 am to 4:00 PM. At 7:30 PM on Saturday, we'll marvel at the Kaw Dancers demonstration dancers from Kaw City, Oklahoma, and the Native American Singers from Wichita, Kansas.
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"Fire in the Flint Hills"

Address : 220 1/2 Broadway, Cottonwood Falls, KS Cottonwood Falls KS
Phone : (620) 273-6020   (Always call and confirm events.)

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Admission Fee : gratuity to Saturday night dancers

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