Spring 1987 KANSAS
Norton's Pinestone Square Restaurant and Park is housed in a renovated hotel.
In its first year, Winfield's Spring Hill Farm entertained more than 15,000 guests.
Wichita kicks up its heels and polkas each May as it hosts the annual Polkatennial.
Topekan George Schultz creates wooden works of art.
A CELEBRATION OF KANSAS OUTDOORS
Elk City Lake comes alive in late April for Super Outdoor Weekend.
LIGHTING UP LAWRENCE
It's always sunny in Lawrence in April thanks to the Lawrence Daffodil Club.
TURNING OUT SPIRITUAL LEADERS
Kansas City's Central Baptist Theological Seminary is now in its 86th year.
NATIVE KNOW HOW
Arthur Sayler of rural Albert demonstrates post rock cutting all across the state.
WHITE CLOUD FLEA MARKET
One man's junk becomes another man's treasure at the biannual White Cloud Flea Market.
GREAT PLAINS GIANTS
The Chalk Pyramids in Gove County are natural attraction.
LEST WE FORGET
Fort Scott annually hosts a Civil War Reenactment weekend each May.
THE WARKENTIN LEGACY
Newton visitors may tour the restored mill and home of Bernard Warkentin.
ONLY THE BEST
For 100 years, St. John's Military School has prepared young men for the real world.
Enjoy Easter Brunch recipes
Spring Fruit Baskets
Elegant Puffy Pancakes
Easter Egg Braid
Volume 42, issue 1
Andrea Glenn, editor
On the cover: Daffodils in Lawrence by Jon Blumb