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Summer 2002 KANSAS

11/15/2012
Native Traditions
The Mid-America All-Indian center in Wichita is dedicated to preserving native culture of the Plains Indians, and the American Indian Center in Abilene is dedicated to indigenous art.
By Fred Solis

The Band Played On
The Iola Municipal Band has presented free summertime concerts since 1871, and today it is the longest continually performing city band in Kansas. Pull up a lawn chair and listen!
By Marti Attoun

Take Stock in University Theater
Whether you're a fan of Neil Simon or William Shakespeare, you'll find exceptional performances on the stages of Kansas' colleges and universities.
By Lou Ann Thomas

Off the Beaten Path
Slow down and take a few of the exits off I-70 to experience seven state parks, small town diners, historic forts and magnificent museums and attractions.
By Sherry Polcyn

Independence Day in Independence
How do Kansans celebrate the Fourth of July? with events that captre local flavor and national pride.
By Fred Solis

Along the Chisholm Trail
You can still find the cowboy in Kansas when you retrace the old Chisholm Trail from Caldwell to Abilene.
By Mary R. Gage

Favorite Recipe
Mrs. Torrez' Taco Soup from the Tiffany House in Hutchinson

Volume 57, Issue 2
Nancy Nowick Ramberg, editor
On the cover:waterfall, Mill Creek by Steve Mulligan