105 Counties, 105 Stories | Topeka
The Kansas Museum of History opens their special exhibit "105 Counties, 105 Stories" on Friday. Since 1875 the Kansas Historical Society has been collecting stories from all 105 counties in our great state. This exhibit shares a story from each county - using artifacts, documents, photographs, and other records from the Society's collections. The exhibit will be up until February 2020. Visit their website for more information.
Chris Janson Concert at the Stiefel Theatre | Salina
This Saturday, the historic Stiefel Theatre in Salina is hosting country singer Chris Jenson.
19th Annual Parade of Quilts | Yoder
In the community of Yoder, March is the month of QUILTS. Local businesses will display dozens of quilts in every pattern, color and price range. All the quilts are hand-made by the ladies of Yoder as well as other Amish and Mennonite communities across the United States.
Marble Crazy | Bonner Springs
This weekend, Moon Marble Company will hold its 19th annual Marble Crazy. This year's event will have four demonstration areas and have two dozen artists on location. Demonstrations will include lampworking benches, a reproduction Marble Machine from 1905, and a Large Wheel Marble Machine, and more. Visit the Marble Crazy website for more details.
Bleeding Kansas Program | Lecompton
Held at Constitution Hall State Historic Site, the Bleeding Kansas Program offers educational lectures on the "Bleeding Kansas" era. This Saturday is the final presentation of 2019. Historical researcher Judy Sweets will present "They Put Up More than Hay: Joel and Emily Grover, their barn and the Underground Railroad," along with Kerry Altenbernd.