Category Archives: Things to Do
I was looking for unique events in the Little Osarks Region-KS. – in the LASR.net site and in my search I came across a pretty neat place that was sponsoring an event at Kanopolis Lake in Kansas. It’s called Ride to the Rescue Fun Ride. It’s to help raise a bit of money and to bring some awareness to a ranch that is home to a number of rescued, retired and surrendered horses, all of whom receive the utmost in care and love. It is open to visitation but since it is a working ranch advanced noticed is required. It’s called the Rainbow Meadows Ranch. Visit Rainbow Meadows Ranch
Located at the junction of Interstate 70 and K-232 highways in central Kansas, is a showcase for the exceptional work of Kansas artists, craftsmen and food producers. Thousands of people visit Kansas Originals each year. People from 100 foreign countries on six continents have become acquainted with the art, crafts, and food of Kansans. If you’re in the area your in for a treat. If not then browse their online store – too many unique items to try and describe.
Click on the Kansas Originals Market banner above the Wilson, KS city name. You can’t miss it.
Welcome to the School of Earth and Space Exploration Planetarium at ASU
About thirty minutes west of Topeka, KS. is the small “antique” community of Paxico. Open all season it is a place where a visitor can spend an easy afternoon browsing the variety of shops for old treasures including Mill Creek Antiques where it’s owner specializes in the restoration of antique parlor stoves, potbelly stoves and cook stoves.
Whatever the season, a stroll through Paxico is an opportunity to spend the day shopping,
browsing, and discovering old treasures. You’ll love the charm of historic Victorian-era storefronts
and the variety of merchandise offered at Paxico’s many antique shops