Kansas Sampler Festival
The 2014 Kansas Sampler Festival
Saturday, May 3, 10 a.m. - 5 p.m
Sunday, May 4, 10 a.m. - 4 p.m.
Admission: Adults - $5, Children, 7-12 yr. - $3, 6 and under free (cash and checks only)
Contact: Julie Roller, email@example.com, 785.456.9776
Pets are not allowed at the park (except service animals) from Friday, May 2 through Sunday, May 4. The park is designated a "tobacco free" area.
The primary purpose of the Kansas Sampler Festival is to provide the public a sample of what there is to see, do, hear, taste, buy, and learn in the state.
The reason for rotating the festival is to give exhibitors statewide exposure, to give the public in every part of the state a chance to experience the festival, and to give each host city a chance to showcase themselves to a statewide audience.
The Kansas Sampler Festival was designed to bring communities and attractions from all over the state together to make it easy for the public to discover day trip possibilities.
Whether you are looking for hiking trails, historic sites, natural landmarks, unique restaurants, off-the-beaten track eateries, architectural gems, hole-in-wall performing centers, artists-at-work, specialty shops, or have-to-be-there
Kansas events, this festival is for you!
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Festival exhibitor registration is open to residents of Kansas. Please read through the criteria by choosing the links found on the right side of this page. If you would like to be considered for next years festival and added to the invitation list please email firstname.lastname@example.org or call 620.585.2374.
In 1990, Mil and Marci Penner had a book signing party for their first
It was decided to take the festival on the road starting in 1998 to expose more people to the festival exhibitors. After a bid process,
Over 150 Kansas communities tell what they have to see and do;
- Dozens of entrepreneurs sell their Kansas-made products
- Cultural heritage demonstrations and displays;
- Kansas entertainers perform, sell CD's and showcase for future bookings;
- Historical performers provide a sampling of many characters;
- Kansas questions are asked at The Stump, prizes given;
- Food booths tell the Kansas story through their menu