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Glenda & Mike's Magic & Ventriloquism Show - Glenda and Mike provide clean family entertainment to complement your community activity. This married couple has been performing throughout the Midwest for over 15 years.

Glenda and Mike work together. Glenda astounds the audience with her polished magical presentations, and Mike jokes with a variety of his puppets using ventriloquism. This adds comedy and diversity to their presentation. This team approach is original and fast paced. All ages appreciate their performance.

Address: All Over Kansas , Hutchinson, Kansas
Ph: 620-663-7345 (Always call and confirm events)
Email: glendamike@yahoo.com
Web: manngic.com
Fee: e-mail us

January

14 - 15 Kansas Angus Futurity - ANNUAL. Cattle show and sale.

Address: Prairie Pavilion on the Kansas State Fairgrounds, 2000 N. Poplar. , Hutchinson, Kansas
Ph: 620-872-3915 (Always call and confirm events)
Web: www.visithutch.com

February

11 - 12 Salt City Rod & Custom Car Show - 10AM-5PM.

Address: Kansas State Fairgrounds, 2000 North Poplar, Meadowlark Building , Hutchinson, Kansas
Ph: 620-663-7160 (Always call and confirm events)

March

1 - 4 3A State Boys & Girls Basketball Tournament - Best 3A Schools compete for State honors.

Address: Sports Arena, 11th Avenue. , Hutchinson, Kansas
Ph: 620-665-3586 (Always call and confirm events)
Web: www.visithutch.com

7 - 11 NJCAA Men's National Basketball Championship - "Sweet 16" of National Junior Colleges.

Address: Sports Arena, 11th Ave. , Hutchinson, Kansas
Ph: 620-662-3331 (Always call and confirm events)
Web: www.njcaabbtrny.org

April

1 Open Breed Horse Show - Address: Expo Center, Kansas State Fairgrounds, 2000 N. Poplar. , Hutchinson, Kansas
Ph: 620-271-4982 (Always call and confirm events)
Web: www.visithutch.com

7 - 8 Mennonite Relief Sale - This is the annual festival and benefit auction with ethnic foods, quilt auction, crafts, music and the Run For Relief. Proceeds help world hunger and relief. Friday - 5-9pm. Saturday - 6am-close (2-4pm)

Address: Kansas State Fairgrounds, 2000 N. Poplar. , Hutchinson, Kansas
Ph: 620-665-7406 (Always call and confirm events)
Email: RAC@southwind.net
Web: Kansas.mccsale.org
Fee: Free admission and parking.

9 Annual Kansas Antique Bottle & Postcard Show - This show and sale has antiques of all kinds but it emphasizes bottles and postcards. There are insulators, fruit jars, tokens, books, small advertising items, even some small furniture items at times. It is held in conjunction with the monthly flea market in Hutchinson (next building over). There is plenty of table space for dealers and always some good finds for collectors as well as the opportunity to have an item appraised or to sell something to the dealers. So bring in your old bottles, postcards, and tokens for free appraisals. Free Admission!

Address: State Fairgrounds, 17th & Main , Hutchinson, Kansas
Ph: 620-728-8304 (Always call and confirm events)
Web: www.visithutch.com
Fee: Free

14 - 15 Sunflower Showdown Youth Livestock Show - Livestock Show & Sale. Mixed breeds beef youth judging and showmanship event.

Address: Kansas State Fairgrounds, 2000 N. Poplar. , Hutchinson, Kansas
Ph: 620-665-3482 (Always call and confirm events)

15 - 16 Home and Garden Show - Address: Kansas State Fairgrounds, 2000 North Poplar , Hutchinson, Kansas
Ph: 620-694-5700 (Always call and confirm events)

15 Annual Cruisin' Against Bruisin' - Cruisin' Against Bruisin' auto, truck, and motorcycle show is a benefit for the Sexual Assault/Domestic Violence Center. 9:00am-5:00pm.

Address: Kansas State Fairgrounds - Meadowlark Building, 2000 North Poplar , Hutchinson, Kansas
Ph: 620-663-2522 (Always call and confirm events)
Web: www.sadvchutch.org
Fee: Adults - $5, Children 6-12 - $3, 5 & under - Free

22 Sedgwick Street Rodders Spring Swap Meet - All cars, trucks, motorcycles, parts and related items are welcome. All Vendor spaces are $35, inside (10X10) outside (20X20). Discount price is $25 if paid before October 1. Vendor set up Friday noon to 9PM and Saturday at 6AM. Swap meet from 7am to 5pm.

Contact Troy Batson 316-832-0569, or tbatson@cox.net

Address: Kansas State Fairgrounds, 2000 N. Poplar Hutchinson, Ks 67502 , Hutchinson, Kansas
Ph: 316-832-0569 (Always call and confirm events)
Email: tbatson@cox.net
Fee: FREE ADMISSION - FREE PARKING

May

29 Cinco de Mayo - Annual Cinco de Mayo celebration festivities will be held at various locations in downtown Hutchinson.Some of the events are Carnival - Rides and Games, Free Inflatables, Kids Games, Dunk Tank, Food and Merchandise, Traditional Music and Dancers. Outdoor dance will be from 6-10pm, with the King & Queen coronation at 8pm. 11:00 AM TO 10:00 PM

Address: Avenue A Park and Main Street between Avenue A & B , Hutchinson, Kansas
Ph: 620-663-2216 (Always call and confirm events)
Web: www.visithutch.com

6 Annual Outdoor Art Fair - Kids' art projects and artists from all over the U.S. sell their work. More than 80 artists exhibit. 9am-4pm.

Address: George Pyle Park (outdoor venue), East Avenue B & Walnut and Memorial Hall (indoor venue), 101 South Walnut. , Hutchinson, Kansas
Ph: 620-663-1081 (Always call and confirm events)
Email: director@hutchinsonarticntr.com
Web: www.hutchinsonartcenter.com
Fee: Free

12 Merchants Night of Auto Racing - Hutchinson Raceway Park is family entertainment at its best. Tonite's races feature IMCA Hobby, Mods, SP, SS, Fig 8, H. 8pm.

Address: 207 South Mohawk Rd , Hutchinson, Kansas
Ph: 620-662-2213 (Always call and confirm events)
Email: hutchinsonracewaypark@yahoo.com

20 Annual Poker Run - This poker run starts at 2:00 pm at Hobert-detter field in Carey Park and goes to Newton, Hesston, McPherson, Little River and back to Clic's in Hutchinson. There is a $10.00 per poker hand. All proceeds are for Relay For Life. There will be prizes for best hand and worst hand. Raffel tickets will be sold for donated items.

Ph: 620-474-2947 (Always call and confirm events)
Email: bjgrimes@hotmail.com

June

20 - 21 Our Lady of Guadalupe Annual Fiesta - This is a weekend full of activities. The celebration will consist of men's fast pitch tournament, country store, lots of good Mexican food, and end with a drawing for great prizes on Sunday.

Address: Our Lady of Guadalupe Church, Ave F & Maple, South Hutchinson , Hutchinson, Kansas
Ph: 620-662-6443 (Always call and confirm events)

2 - 3 South Hutchinson Salt Fest - Friday night events kickoff with Ice Cream and Cake sponsored by SH United Methodist Church and the beginning of the softball tournament at 6:30 PM. The Brian Davis Band will perform at 7 PM Friday. Events on Saturday start with the Pancake Breakfast sponsored by SH Mennonite Church. The Opening Ceremony starts at 8:45 AM. Mud volleyball and the craft fair begin at 9 AM. A sloppy joe lunch will be sponsored by SH Christian Church from 11-1 PM. The Antique Tractor pull will go from 1-5 PM.

Address: Lionette Ball Diamond and City Park, 200 W Avenue C , Hutchinson, Kansas
Ph: 620-663-7104 (Always call and confirm events)
Web: www.southhutch.com/DocumentCenter/Home/View/236
Fee: Free

2 - 3 Relay For Life - Beginning Friday at 7 p.m. and ending Saturday at 7 a.m. This event is open to the public. Join our Celebration of Life!! Relay For Life represents our hope that those lost to cancer will not be forgotten, that those who are battling cancer will be supported, and that cancer will one day be eliminated.

Address: Trinity High School, 1400 East 17th , Hutchinson, Kansas
Ph: 620-422-5269 (Always call and confirm events)
Email: kim.schroeder@peoplesbankonline.com

4 Annual Hutchinson Garden Tour - The Annual Hutchinson Garden Tour will feature some of Hutchinson's most beautiful, private gardens. Home owners invite us to go behind the garden gate and see what's on the other side of the fence. You can get ideas for you own garden, or just enjoy the scenery. We'll see some city and country settings. This is Hutchinson's premiere garden event. It's sponsored by the Mental Health Association.

Ph: 620-663-7772 (Always call and confirm events)
Email: patsy@mharenoco.org
Fee: $7 in advance, $10 at the door

4 Merchants Night of Auto Racing - Racing action for the whole family.

Address: Kansas State Fairgrounds. , Hutchinson, Kansas
Ph: 316-755-1781 (Always call and confirm events)

9 - 11 Annual Wood Bat Classic - USSSA Annual 18 & Under Wood Bat Classic. Renovated in 1990, this former minor league and semi-pro park is now considered the finest natural turf field in Kansas. Hobart-Detter serves as the home field for Hutchinson Community College and Hutchinson High School.

Address: Hobart-Detter Field, 9 Emerson Loop West, Carey Park , Hutchinson, Kansas
Ph: 620-669-9999 (Always call and confirm events)
Email: info@funvalleysports.com
Web: www.funvalleysports.com

10 Hutchinson Three Man/Woman Scramble - A Three Man/Woman Scramble at Carey Park golf course there will be cash payouts for 1st/2nd/3rd in two flights. Entry Fee is $80.00/person or $240.00/team this will include green fees/ cart/ and lunch with beverages provided. If you have any questions please call James Scott @ 620-921-0820 or email him @ james@lifesaferkan.com all forms of payment will be accepted. Thanks and hope to see you out there in June.

Address: 9 Emerson Loop, Hutchinson, KS 67501 , Hutchinson, Kansas
Ph: 620-921-0820 (Always call and confirm events)
Email: james@lifesaferkan.com
Fee: $80.00/ person $240.00/ Team

23 - 24 HutchFest - HutchFest celebrates America's 4th of July with entertainment from local talent to nationally known artists, events, games, and activities for the whole family. The fantastic ending of the 6-day celebration will be a parade and one of the States' largest firework shows at the State fairgrounds.

Daily times vary.

Address: Fairgrounds and Citywide , Hutchinson, Kansas
Ph: 620-663-7448 (Always call and confirm events)
Email: danpopphfi@netzero.net
Web: www.hutchfest.com
Fee: $4 button required for approximately 5 of the over 100 events and activities.

July

25 - 28 HutchFest - HutchFest celebrates America's 4th of July with entertainment from local talent to nationally known artists, events, games, and activities for the whole family. The fantastic ending of the 6-day celebration will be a parade and one of the States' largest firework shows at the State fairgrounds.

Daily times vary.

Address: Citywide , Hutchinson, Kansas
Ph: 620-663-7448 (Always call and confirm events)
Email: danpopphfi@netzero.net
Web: www.hutchfest.com
Fee: $4 button required for approximately 5 of the over 100 events and activities.

7 - 8 Annual Hutchinson National Auto Races - Thursday will be qualifying races for O'Reilly/NCRA Modified, Street Stock, Thumper - Merchant Night. Event features auto racing action for everyone at the Fairgrounds dirt track. 7:30PM. Friday races will be Qualifying for O'Reilly/NCRA Modified, O'Reilly/NCRA Sprint Car, Street Stock, Thumper. Saturday will be the Championship races for O'Reilly/NCRA Modified, O'Reilly/NCRA Sprint Car, Street Stock, Thumper.

Address: Kansas State Fairgrounds, 2000 N. Poplar. , Hutchinson, Kansas
Ph: 316-755-1781 (Always call and confirm events)
Web: www.81speedway.org

19 - 24 Reno County 4-H Fair - The Reno County Fair is FREE and open to the public, with events and activities for the whole family.

Address: Kansas State Fairgrounds, 2000 North Poplar , Hutchinson, Kansas
Ph: 620-669-3600 (Always call and confirm events)
Web: www.reno.ksu.edu
Fee: Free

August

28 - 30 Emancipation Day Celebration - Annual Celebration of Diversity in Hutchinson. Friday's event is "Aqua Boogie", Hutchinson's Salt City Splash, Carey Park, 8-11PM.

Saturdays's events are 7:30AM, "3 on 3" Basketball Tourney in Carey Park; 10:00AM, Annual Parade starts at 12th & Main; 11:00AM, Opening Ceremony - Grand Marshall's address, Carey Park, Noon, Free Annual Picnic in the Park; 9:00PM, Old School Jam, Fairgrounds.
Sundays's event is 3PM, Gospelfest, String Fine Arts Center, 11th & Ford. Ice Cream Social immediately following the Gospelfest.

Address: Various locations throughout Hutchinson, Carey Park, Stringer Fine Arts and Downtown , Hutchinson, Kansas
Ph: 620-662-1280 (Always call and confirm events)
Web: www.visithutch.com

September

8 - 17KS0207024e029 - Hutchinson Kansas State Fair - For 10 days each September, Hutchinson is home to the largest event in Kansas - the Kansas State Fair, where visitors will find good old-fashioned fun. The Fair features over 280-acres of the best of Kansas' agriculture, livestock and commerce, as well as live entertainment. Great concerts under the stars, PRCA rodeo, auto racing, numerous free attractions, & free entertainment.

The agrarian heritage of Kansas is saluted with numerous livestock shows, crop exhibits and farm equipment displays. A wide range of domestic arts, floriculture, crafts and professional arts are displayed as well. An innovative education program for teachers to bring their classes offers an experience like no other.

Popular Fair attractions include an animal birthing center and an exotic animal petting zoo. Concerts range from country to pop at the 10,000-seat grandstand and three other stages throughout the grounds fun.

The fairground facilities provide an appealing and functional setting for more than 250 events annually including: auto races, flea markets, livestock shows, the Mennonite Relief Sale, motor coach conventions and trade shows.

Address: Kansas State Fairgrounds, 2000 N. Poplar. , Hutchinson, Kansas
Ph: 800-362-FAIR (Always call and confirm events)
Email: info@kansasstatefair.com
Web: www.kansasstatefair.com
Fee: Admission varies, $5-$7

October

29 - 1KS0207024e047 - Hutchinson Annual Downtown Hutchinson Rod Run & Classic Car Show - The Annual Downtown Hutchinson Rod Run and Classic Car Show will be held Friday, October 3, through Sunday, October 5, 2014 in downtown Hutchinson, Kansas. Main Street from Third Street to Avenue B will be blocked off for foot traffic only so that spectators can admire the Show & Shine of 400 beautiful classic and antique cars & trucks, custom rods, street rods, muscle cars, motorcycles, custom trucks, rat rods, exotic vehicles & wrapped vehicles! Vehicle registration is $30 for judged vehicles pre-registered, $25 for non-judged vehicles pre-registered, and $35 for all vehicles registered at the show.

Friday begins at noon with vehicle registration, show & shine, refreshments, vendor displays and demonstrations, happy hour from 3pm - 6pm and at 6pm, a Main Street Cruise and parade of the show cars followed with live musical entertainment by "King Midas" downtown until 9pm.

Saturday's schedule begins with a live radio broadcast, "Under the Hood" with Dr. Phil on stage at First and Main Street at 9am followed by Opening Ceremony and welcome at 10am. Registered vehicles will have the opportunity to participate in a $1,000 city-wide Poker Run from 9am - noon. From 5 - 7pm spectators won't want to miss a high octane Burnout Show at Avenue A and Main. Refreshments will be available all day.

Sunday activities continue at 10am with show and shine, vendor displays and demonstrations and great food and drinks, winding down at 2pm with the awards ceremony in Memorial Hall. The event is free to spectators and all are welcome!

Address: 16 East Avenue A Hutchinson, Kansas 67501 , Hutchinson, Kansas
Ph: 620-727-3582 (Always call and confirm events)
Fax: 620-665-5665
Email: jim@downtownhutchrodrun.com
Web: www.hutchrodrun.com
Fee: Spectator Free Vehicles $30 Pre Register $35 Day of Show

30 Annual Mitchell Valley Art and Craft Fair - There will vendors both inside and outside. 9AM-4PM. Call for more information or to register for booth space.

Address: Mitchell Chapel United Methodist Church, 5512 North Pennington Road , Hutchinson, Kansas
Ph: 620-662-5906 (Always call and confirm events)

21 Chili and Soup Festival - Come join the fun and excitement at the annual Downtown Hutchinson Chili & Soup Festival! Taste the chili and soup and cast your vote for your favorite. Enjoy the shopping and entertainment. 11am-3pm.

Address: Ave C and 4th Street on Main , Hutchinson, Kansas
Ph: 620-694-2611 (Always call and confirm events)
Web: www.visithutch.com
Fee: $3.00

21 - 22 Sedgwick Street Rodders Fall Swap Meet - All cars, trucks, motorcycles, parts and related items are welcome. All Vendor spaces are $35, inside (10X10) outside (20X20). Discount price is $25 if paid before October 1. Vendor setup is from Noon to 9PM on Friday (24th) and again at 6AM on Saturday.
Saturday 7am to 5pm, Sunday 8am to 4pm
Contact Troy Batson 316-832-0569, 5pm - 11pm

Address: Kansas State Fairgrounds, 2000 N. Poplar Hutchinson, Ks 67502 , Hutchinson, Kansas
Ph: 316-832-0569 (Always call and confirm events)
Email: tbatson@cox.net
Fee: FREE ADMISSION - FREE PARKING

December

25 - 9 Old-Fashioned Christmas Downtown - December Saturdays prior to Christmas join the "Saturday Fun in Downtown Hutch". Events offered are:
Visit Santa in DCI Park - 2nd and Main, & taste delicious hot cocoa provided by Boy Scout Troop 301.
Enjoy Sundance Farms Carriage Rides - DCI Park.
Kids...decorate a Gingerbread House at Hutch Rec, 17 East 1st.
11:00 AM TO 2:00 PM

Address: Downtown , Hutchinson, Kansas
Ph: 620-694-2677 (Always call and confirm events)
Email: carolm@hutchgov.com
Web: www.visithutch.com

30 - 3 Kansas Beef Expo - Cattle show and sale.

Country Christmas Trade Show
4-H FFA Judging Contest
Stock Show University by Sullivan Supply
Showmanship Contest
Junior Fitting Contest
Snow Angels Futurity Heifer Show
Senior Heifer Show
2011 Snow Angels Show & Sale
Junior Heifer Show
Market Steer Show

Address: Kansas State Fairgrounds, 2000 N. Poplar. , Hutchinson, Kansas
Ph: 785-273-5115 (Always call and confirm events)
Web: www.kansasbeefexpo.net

16 Hyde Park Luminaria - Hutchinson's Hyde Park neighborhood will be aglow with 17,000 Christmas Luminaria lining the streets and sidewalks of their homes. The festivities also include hay rack rides and carolers. If you look closely, you may see Santa too! 6-10 PM.

Address: Hyde Park, Main to Monroe, 18th to 23rd , Hutchinson, Kansas
Ph: 620-662-1517 (Always call and confirm events)
Web: www.visithutch.com

Attractions and Upcoming Events

Hutchinson Zoo

The Hutchinson Zoo features wild habitat exhibits with naturalistic settings. River otter, pronghorn, bison, coyote, ringtail, bobcat, reptiles, porcupine, golden eagles, and native birds are but a few of the animals. The Animals &

Hutchinson, KS Zoos

Hutchinson Art Center

The Hutchinson Art Center is both a fine art museum and commercial gallery. Since 1949, this non-profit institution has endeavored to promote the study and development of interest and education in the Fine Arts, and to promote and aid in the development of artists.

Hutchinson, KS Arts

The Flag Theatre

Winner of a Governor's Award of Excellence, The Flag is home to the Family/Children's Theatre, Kansas' only festival stage complex - a dynamic, flexible and acoustically superior space, seating 315. The Family/Children'

Hutchinson, KS Theatres

Hedrick Exotic Animal Farm, Inc

Eight miles West of Hutchinson camels, giraffes, kangaroos, ostriches, zebras and more can be found at Hedrick'

Hutchinson, KS Zoos

Reno County Museum

The Reno County Museum features six rotating galleries that focus on the county's rich history and heritage from the early pioneers to present day. A claim house, outhouse, windmill, 1902 switch engine and 1954 caboose are displayed on the museum grounds. Interactive children'

Hutchinson, KS Museums

Things to do near Hutchinson, KS

Cheyenne Bottoms Fishing

Fishing at Cheyenne Bottoms is limited, for the most part, to carp and bullheads. Occasional catches of channel cat, crappie ...