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Native Stone Festival

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Event# 785-765-3311

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The Native Stone Festival will be held on Sunday with a 2 mile Fun Run/Walk at 1:00. Get your registration in early to be guaranteed a fabulous shirt!! Mulligan will be serving at noon. Entertainment this year will be provided by the local Bluegrass Jam Session group! We are so excited and can't wait to hear them play!! Lumberjack Contest, Arm Wrestling Contest,
Kid's Games Galore!
Giant Jenja
Corn Hole
Washers
Tic Tac Toe
Bean Bag Toss
Bowling
And every kid's favorite...hunting for candy in the Corn Tub!

Hope to you see you all there! Noon to 4 PM.

Native Stone Festival

Address : Alma City Park Alma KS
Phone : 785-765-3311   (Always call and confirm events.)

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Alma United Methodist Church

This wood frame church was built and dedicated to the Glory of God in 1878. The frame building was of a simple design with narrow pointed gothic arched windows and a slender belfry atop the roof, which boasted the first church bell in Alma. In 1906

Alma, KS Historic Churches

Wabaunsee County Court House

This beautiful building was constructed in 1931. It is constructed of Carthage and native stone. The Carthage stone, used on the outside for facing, gives the appearance of a granite building. All outside walls are backed up with eight inches of native stone.

Alma, KS Historic Courthouses

Wabaunsee High School

WHS serves the communities of Alma, McFarland, Paxico and Maple Hill. It was constructed in 1938 and is an example of one of the many native stone buildings located in Alma. With its limestone exterior and red tile roof, it is considered one of the most beautiful high schools in Kansas.

Alma, KS Historic Buildings

City Well and Log Cabin

The City Well is a hand dug well enclosed in a native stone building, which was built in 1930. Well No. 3 was one of seven wells of which three were hand jug wells that supplied water to the City of Alma. In 1967

Alma, KS Historic Buildings


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