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Kansas Explorer Club

Kansas Explorer Club

Members of the Kansas Explorer Club receive 5-6 print newsletters a year full of things to see and do that are off the beaten path.

We Kan!

We Kan!

The Big Rural Brainstorm will be held March 7 in Newton in 2016.

Kansas Sampler Festival

Kansas Sampler Festival

The 2016 Kansas Sampler Festival will be held on May 7-8 in Winfield at Island Park.

Rural Culture Elements

Rural Culture Elements

The 8 rural culture elements are: architecture, art, commerce, cuisine, customs, geography, history and people! They help you see a place with new eyes.

8 Wonders

8 Wonders

Have you seen the 8 Wonders of Kansas Guidebook? Let it guide you to all 216 Wonders!

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ERV

Marci and WenDee, of the Kansas Sampler Foundation, are going to every (626) incorporated city in Kansas to research for the second edition of the Kansas Guidebook for Explorers.

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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 by the end of the week of May 8.  To order online, click here.
 
 
Abilene:
 
Arkansas City: Graves Drug, 212 S. Summit, 620.442.2300.

Arlington: Carolyn's Essenhaus, 104 Main, 620.538.4711.

Atchison: Visitor Information Center, 200 S. 10th, 800.234.1854.

Barnes:
Sunflower Mercantile, 15 N. Center, 785.747.8757.
 
Belle Plaine: Kansas Travel Information Center, 770 N. I-35, 620.326.5123.
 
Bennington: The Linger Longer, 119 N. Nelson, 855.378.7632.
 
Burlington: Old 75 Artists Gallery, 106 N. 3rd, 620.364.3051.
   
Colby: Prairie Museum of Art and History,1905 S. Franklin, 785.460.4590.
 
Concordia: Travel Information Center, 130 E. 6th, 785.243.4303.
 
Cottonwood Falls:

Council Grove: Trail Days Cafe, 803 W. Main, 620.767.7986.
 
Dodge City:
 
Emporia: Ellen Plumb's City Bookstore, 1101 Commercial, 620.208.2665.

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:

Great Bend:
 
Greensburg: Big Well Museum, 315 S. Sycamore, 620.723.4102.
 
Hays: Sternberg Museum, 3000 Sternberg, 785.628.5569.
 
Hesston: Dyck Arboretum, 177 W. Hickory, 620.327.8127.
 
Hutchinson:
 
Inman:
  • Inman Harvest Cafe, 112 S. Main, 620.585.6925.
  • Neufeldt Variety, 114 S. Main, 620.585.2293.
 
LaCrosse: Kansas Barbed Wire Museum, 120 W. 1st Street, 785.222.9900.

Lawrence:
 
Liberal: Liberal CVB, 1 Yellow Brick Rd., 620.626.0170.
 
Lincoln: Lincoln Antiquarian Foundation, 161 E. Lincoln, 785.524.5383.
 620-626-0170
Lindsborg: 
 
Manhattan:

Marysville: Chamber of Commerce,101 N. 10th, 785.562.3101.
 
Matfield Green: Pioneer Bluffs, 695 K-177, 620.753.3484.
 
McPherson:
 
Minneapolis: Ottawa County Historical Society, 110 S. Concord, 785.392.3621.
 
Moundridge: Happy Hollow Gift Shop, 420 N. Wedel Ave., 620.345.3135.
 
Newton:
 
North Newton: Kauffman Museum, 2801 N. Main, 316.283.1612.
 
Osawatomie: John Brown Museum, 1000 Main St., 913.755.4384. 

Salina: Smoky Hill Museum, 211 W. Iron, 785.309.5775.

Topeka:
 
Wichita: Watermark Books, 4701 E. Douglas, 316.682.1181.
 
Wilson: Kansas Originals, 233 Hwy. 232, 785.658.2602.
 
Winfield: