I'm greeting the kids as they come in for Kansas Day Celebration, "Home on the Range"
- Brachauchenius-Short-Necked Plesiosaur Fossil found in Russell County!
The Beta Delta Chapter of Delta Kappa Gamma Women Educators are putting on an event for the Kansas Day Celebration! It is called, “Home on the Range,” and is located at the Deines Cultural Center, Downtown Russell. They want our youth to learn about our Kansas Heritage.
I was invited to attended the Kansas Day Celebration so I could learn about our Kansas Heritage. There are 13 different stations within the three floors of the Deines Cultural Center. Each station will share the history of Kansas. As I walked around to each station, I learned about the fossils that were found in Russell County, the different Kansas Animals, how to Rag Rug Weaving, and how to make homemade butter and noodle’s.
Friday, January 27th will be the next day that they will have the Kansas Day Celebration. The Schedule for Friday is the following:
8:15-9:30am- 2nd grade
9:45-10:45am- Button and Bows Preschool and families
9:50-10:50am- Am Kindergarten
lunch: 1 hour 40 mins
12:30-1:30pm- Button and Bows Preschool and families
12:45-1:45pm- Pm Kindergarten
2:00-3:00pm- 1st grade
The public is welcome and you just might see me!!!
Jim is making me my favorite White Chocolate Mocha!
I stopped by Espresso Etc. to congratulate Jim, Cindy & the staff on their One Year Anniversary Under New Ownership!!
Come down to Espresso Etc. (Downtown Russell) this Saturday from 9am to 3pm to help Jim and the staff celebrate their one year anniversary!!
Enjoy a Specialty Coffee, an Espresso, a Latte, a Smoothie, a Panini, a Breakfast Sandwich and much more and you just might receive 25% off.
This Saturday's specials
The first log cabin house in Russell County!
Can you imagine the stories and the history that the first log cabin have developed over the years?
I was on my way to Luray, Kansas and when I saw the log cabin, I just had to stop. I have heard some of the history about the log cabin but I have always wanted to experience the history myself. As I was walking around the cabin, I could only imagine the stories that this cabin have developed over the years.
If you are a history buff or looking for something to do with your family this weekend, take a ride along K-18 highway and visit the first log cabin in Russell County!! The cabin is open to walk-in visitors where one can only imagine life of the very first families to come to Russell County and what started the community of Luray, Kansas!!!