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Things to Explore in Kansas
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Where to find the Kansas Guidebook 2 for Explorers
The following stores, gift shops and travel centers have ordered the Kansas Guidebook 2 for Explorers and should have them on their shelves the week of May 8.
Abilene: Visitor Information Center, 201 NW 2nd, 785.263.2231; Eisenhower Presidential Library and Museum, 200 SE 4th, 785.263.6755.
Colby: Prairie Museum of Art and History,1905 S. Franklin, 785.460.4590.
Cottonwood Falls: Symphony in the Flint Hills,331 Broadway, 620.273.8955.
Fairway: Rainy Day Books, 2706 W. 53rd, 913.384.3126.
Fort Scott: Fort Scott Chamber of Commerce and Tourism Center, 231 E. Wall, 620.223.3566.
Garden City: Finney County Historical Museum, 403 S. 4th, 620.272.3664.
Hays: Sternberg Museum,3000 Sternberg, 785.628.5569.
Hesston: Dyck Arboretum,177 W. Hickory, 620.327.8127.
Marysville: Chamber of Commerce,101 N. 10th, 785.562.3101.
Newton: Anderson Office Supply, 627 N Main, 316.283.3570.
Faith & Life, 606 N. Main, 316.283.2210.
North Newton: Kauffman Museum, 2801 N. Main. 316.283.1612.Salina: Smoky Hill Museum, 211 W. Iron, 785.309.5775.
978 Arapaho Rd. Inman, KS 67546