The Salina Journal from Salina, Kansas on May 4, 1997 · Page 79
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THE SAUNA JOURNAL KANSAS SUNDAY,,lyiAY 4, 1997 If, Here are some ol the entertainment events coming up this year in Kansas with telephone numbers to call for more information: • May 7-9: McPherson County All Schools Day, McPherson, 316-2412000. • May 9-11: Rattlesnake Roundup and Festival, Sharon Springs, 913852-4473. • May 9-18: Wichita River Festival, 316-267-2817. • May 28:125th Anniversary Celebration, McPherson, 800-324-8022. . • May 31: Hillsboto Folk Festival, Hillsboro, 316-947-3775. • June 4-7: Miss Kansas Pageant, Pratt, 316-672-5611. • June 6-7: Boomtown USA!, Russell, 913-483-6960. • June 7-8: Butterfiekf Trail Ride and Rodeo, Russell Springs, 913-6724148 or 913-672-3221. • June 7-8: Lake Atwood Days, Atwood. • June 13-15: Smoky Hill River Festival, Salina, 913-826-7410 or 913-825-7556. • June 21: Midsummer's Day Festival, Lindsborg, 913-227-3706. • June 21: Prairie Heritage Day, Colby, 913-462-7643. • July 2-6: Wild West Festival, Hays, 913-268-8201. • July 19-20: Jewell County Threshing Bee, Mankato, 913-3783554 or 913-378-3945. • July 21-22: Bluegrass Festival, Colby, 913-462-7643. • July 24-26: Amelia Earhart Birthday Centennial, Atchison, 913-3672427. • August 9-10: Barnes Old Home Days and Threshing Bee, Bames, 913-763-4569. • August 15-17: Clifton-Vining Country Music Festival, Clifton, 913455-3660. • August 16:130th Anniversary of the Chisholm Trail, Abilene, 913-2632681. • August 24: Pony Express Festival, Hanover, 913-337-2635. . • August 30: Adams Apple Festi- ICarasas Places vat/Lucas 110th Anniversary Celebration, Lucas, 913-525-6288. • August 30-October 13: Renaissance Festival, Bonner Springs, 800373-0357. • September 5-14: Kansas State Fair, Hutchinson, 800-362-FAIR. • September 12-14: Beloit Chautauqua Days, Beloit, 913-738-2564. • September 12-14: Oakley Hot Air Balloon Rally, Oakley, 913-6723654. • September 12-14: Pioneer Days, Hays, 913-625-6812. • September 20-21: Santa Fe Days, Salina, 913-825-0535. • September 26-28: Flatlander Fall Festival, Goodland, 913-8997130. • September 27-28: Scottish Festival, McPherson, 800-324-8022. • October 4-5: Chisholm Trail Days Festival, Abilene, 913-263-0240 or 913-263-2681. • October 10-12: Svensk Hyll- ningsfest, Undsborg, 913-227-3706. • October 10-11: Oktoberfest, Here are some of the top tourist attractions in Kansas and numbers to get more information: • Amelia Earhart Birthplace Museum, 913-367-4217. • Big Brutus, West Mineral, 316827-6177. • Big Well, Qreensburg, 316-7232261. • Boot Hill Museum, Dodge City, 316-227-8188. • Brookville Hotel, Brookvilte, 913225-6666. • Buffalo Soldier Monument, Fort Leavenworth, 913-684-5604. • Cheyenne Bottoms Wildlife Refuge, Great Bend, 316-793-7730. • Dane G. Hansen Memorial Museum, Logan, 913-689-4848. • Eisenhower Center, Abilene, 913-263-4751. • Fick Fossil and History Museum, Oakley, 913-672-4839. • Garden of Eden, Lucas, 913525-6395 or 913-525-6288. • Grassroots Art Center, Lucas, 913-525-6118. • Greyhound Hall of Fame, Abilene, 913-263-3000. • Kansas Cosmosphere and Space Center, Hutchinson, 800-397-0330. • Kansas Museum of History, Topeka, 913-272-8681, ext. 414. • Kansas Sports Hall of Fame, Abilene, 913-263-7403. • Kansas State Fairgrounds, Hutchinson, 316-669-3600. • Kansas State Capitol, Topeka, 913-296-3966. • Kansas Vietnam Veterans Memorial, Junction City, 913-2382885. • Lindsborg, "Little Sweden U.S.A.," 888-227-2227. • Maxwell Wildlife Refuge, Canton, 316-628-4455. • Monument Rocks National Landmark, south of Oakley, 913-672-4862. • National Agricultural Center and Hall of Fame, Bonner Springs, 913721-1075. • Old Cowtown Museum, Wichita,' 316-264-0671 or 316-264-6396. • Prairie Museum of Art and History/Cooper Bam, Colby, 913-462-4590. • Rock City Park, Minneapolis, 913-392-3068. • Stemberg Museum of Natural History, Hays, 913-628-4286. • Sunset Zoo, Manhattan, 913587-APES. . • Topeka Zoo, Topeka, 913-2725821. • Wichita Botanlca Gardens, Wichita, 316-264-0448. • Wichita Greyhound Park, Wichita, 316-755-4000. • Woodlands Race Track, Kansas City, Kan., 913-299-3636. Midsummer's Day Festival (Midsommardag) Join us for Midsummer's Day June 21,1997, Undsborg, Ks legtnhs anh lore, |ltl|mr. music anb hattre, of Artists anb .Artisans Swedish Smorgasbord PihlWad Memorial Union Bethany College Campus Serving at 5 and 6:15 p.m. Adults $12-Children (6-12) $6 Children under 6 free Order tickets: Lindsborg Swedish Dancers Box 242, Lindsborg, KS 67456 Featuring local Swedish Dance Groups, musicians and opportunities for audience participation. Children's Crafts and Activities Additional Information? Write: Lindsborg Chamber of Commerce P.O. Box 191, Lindsborg, KS 67456 913-227-3706 Toll Free: 888-227-2227 www.lindsborg.org Broadway RFD Presents , * RodgersandHammersteinS CAROUSEL JulylB, 19,25,26,1997 (Rain Date - July 24) Swensson Park Bandshell Lindsborg, KS $5 - Adults $3 - Age 11 and under Rebecca Copley, Director Additional Information? write: Lindsborg Chamber of Commerce PO Box 191, Lindsborg, KS 67456 913-227-3706, Toll Free 888-227-2227 Welcome to Lindsborg It's Fun to shop at 135 North Main, Lindsborg 913-227-2311 Birger Sandzen Memorial Gallery 401 North First Street Lindsborg, Kansas Exhibitions of art by Sandzen, guest artists shows, gallery talks, chamber music programs Tours by gallery docents of the gallery and studio of Birger Sandzen ADMISSION: Adults $2.00 Students, grades 1-12, 50 cents Family of two adults and two or more children $5.00 HOURS: 1-5 p.m., Wed.-Sun. (913) 227-2220 Get Away to "Little Sweden" Whether you spend a day, a weekend or a week, you'll find our Swedish-American community a great place to relax and recharge any time of year. Vieit the shops and studioe of craftsmen and artists at work. Tour galleries, museums, and the Bethany College campus. Enjoy our parks and playgrounds. StroM through charming old neighborhoods or explore Coronado Heights. Dine on great foods and pastries. Attend an ethnic festival. Listen to world-class musical performances. Then relax in one of our cozy inns or motels. Call toll free 1-888227-2227 or see us at www.lindsborg.org. A BIT ?r SWEDEN IM THE HEARTLAND

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