Kirby Zimmerman
Waves to the crowd at the
Leonardville Hullabalo Parade
Saturday, August 12th

Mark Your Calendars!
Saturday, September 23rd
Field Event, barn quilt drawing & activities at
Ag Heritage Park
Join us in the
Alta Vista Old Settler's Day Parade

Stay tuned for schedule!
Kevin Hill's W-6 and Kirby Zimmerman's B with the banner, at
the Tractor Show in Leonardville.


Ag Heritage Park
Enjoyed the day, Saturday, August 5th
at the
Dwight Summer Fest!
Thank you to those that supported Ag Heritage Park with
getting your chances to win the "Wild Sunburst" Barn Quilt.
The drawing for the barn quilt will be
Saturday, September 23rd
along with Fall Event Day at Ag Heritage Park
There is still time to get your tickets!
At The Park
or
by mail: c/o 1128 D Ave, Alta Vista KS 66834
Follow our
Facebook page
& this website for updates and the Fall Event Schedule


Save The Date!
Saturday, September 23, 2017
Ag Heritage Park
Fall Event
Stay tuned for schedule of events

Events will include
4' x 4'

Barn Quilt Drawing

Tickets Available Now!
At the Park
By Mail (c/o 1128 D Ave, Alta Vista, KS 66834)
Available at Dwight Summer Fest - Saturday, August 5th
Checks payable to Ag Heritage Park
Block painted & donated by Connie Larson
All Proceeds benefit Ag Heritage Park

The best deal - 6 tickets = $10.00
2 tickets = $5.00
1 ticket = $3.00

Drawing Saturday, September 23, 2017
Do not have to be present to win

Kansas Guidebook 2

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Ag Heritage Park

Is Featured In The New

"Kansas Guidebook 2"

by Marci Penner & WenDee Rowe
"Thank You Marci & WenDee"
Book Info Follows


 Kansas Guidebook 2 shares 4,500 places to visit

Co-authors Marci Penner and WenDee Rowe spent four years traveling to every one of the 626 incorporated cities in Kansas in addition to visiting several hundred spots in the country.  The result is The Kansas Guidebook 2 for Explorers, a project of the Inman-based Kansas Sampler Foundation.

The 480-page, coil-bound book weighs over two pounds and is chock full of information that will keep Kansas road trip enthusiasts busy for quite a long time.  Along with 4,500 entries that provide descriptions, directions, hours, and contact information, there are also more than 1,600 color pictures.  Rowe says, "Many people will be interested in the 843 restaurants, cafes, drive-ins, and soda fountains."

The book is designed to help achieve the mission of the Kansas Sampler Foundation which is to preserve and sustain rural culture. Penner says, "Though the book reads like a travel guide, it's intended to help people get to know the state and learn about towns of every size." Among the diverse entries, guidebook users will find historic bridges, beautiful statues, specialty shops, quirky sites, little known points-of-interest, cemetery finds, and back road scenic drives statewide. Rowe said, "There really is something for everyone whether you are looking for outdoor sites or ways to get to know a town.  The more a person interacts with the locals the more special a road trip can become."


To find retail stores that carry the book or to order online, go to kansassampler.org. 


FACTS AT A GLANCE
Kansas Guidebook 2 for Explorers Co-authors – Marci Penner and WenDee Rowe
Number of entries – 4,500 Number of restaurants in those 4,500 entries – 843
Number of pictures – 1,700+
Number of incorporated Kansas cities – 515 of the 626
Number of unincorporated towns/ghost towns - 97
Published by the Kansas Sampler Foundation, Inman, Kansas, 2017.
Contact – marci@kansassampler.org, 620.585.2374 
The book is a project of the Inman-based public non-profit Kansas Sampler Foundation, a 501c3. 
Research – Marci and WenDee traveled to every one of the 626 incorporated cities in Kansas from 2012- 2015. 
Previous guidebooks by Kansas Sampler Foundation: 8 Wonders of Kansas Guidebook (2011); Kansas Guidebook for Explorers (2005). Retail price - $29.95 
Summary – The mission of the Kansas Sampler Foundation is to preserve and sustain rural culture and though this book reads like a travel book it’s really a guide to knowing Kansas. Directions, hours, phone numbers and web sites are included. Our goal is to make it easy to know what there is to see and do around the state and easy to get there. All entries fit in our eight rural culture element categories of architecture, art, commerce, cuisine, customs, geography, history and people.

2017 School Day



 Prairie Heights 6th Grade
Experienced 1930's
One-Room School Day
at
Ag Heritage Park
with Teacher Ms Easton

Students: Hailey Bandelow, Shawn Becker, Cameron Crooks
Keana Hearn, Saige Hutson, Kahle Jones, Scott Layne
Zach McCra, Kierni Mullen, Zachary Splechta, Caden Taylor
Hayvin Thornhill, Anthony Wilson & Elizabeth Kratzer
Teacher: Kacie Evans











Thank You Friends!
For supporting Ag Heritage Park!

Spring Crank Up!
Tractor Show & Cruise

Thank you to all the exhibitors
that loaded your tractors and engines
and made the drive to
Ag Heritage Park!

The visitors enjoyed seeing
your machines in the
Parade of Power
and at the Park.

15 Tractors enjoyed
the afternoon cruise.

Judy Sorenson, Abilene
was the luck barn quilt winner!

THANK YOU ALL!



Counting Down!

Spring Crank Up!
Tractor Show & Cruise
This Saturday -  April 15th, 2017

Gates Open 8:00 a.m.
Please come to register between 8:00 and 9:30 a.m.
No Fees 

Parade of Power 9:30 a.m.
Public welcome to join Parade
Gather at Ag Heritage Park parking lot

Parade of Power and Tractor Show
Rain or Shine

Tractor Show 10:00 - 2:00
Tractor Owner Introductions 10:00 a.m.
(Immediately following Parade of Power)

Cruise - 2:00 p.m.
Weather Permitting

Barn Quilt Drawing
2:00 p.m.
Tickets available in advance & until 2:00 p.m.
Do not have to be present to win

Ag Heritage Park
Open Show Day 8:00 - 5:00

Food & Drinks Available All Day


SPRING CRANK UP!
Tractor Show & Cruise
PARADE     FOOD     BARN QUILTS
SATURDAY, APRIL 15, 2017
DETAILS: www.AgHeritagePark.com & Facebook

Tractor Show: Rain or Shine
Cruise: Weather permitting

Win This 4' x 4' Barn Quilt!

"Lucky Phenomena"
Artist: Connie Larson

Donations For Tickets

Will Benefit Ag Heritage Park

Drawing - Saturday, April 15th, 2:00 p.m.

During the Annual Spring Crank Up! Tractor Show

Tickets available until 2:00 p.m on the 15th

1 ticket = $3.00

2 tickets = $5.00

6 tickets = $10.00

(Do not have to be present to win)

Tickets may be purchased in advance by mailing check to:

Ag Heritage Park, c/o 1128 D Ave, Alta Vista KS 66834

Good Luck!

Mark Your Calendar!
 - New This Year -
Short Cruise after Show!
Watch for Details



2017 Spring Crank Up!

MARK YOUR CALENDAR!
2017 Spring Crank Up!
Tractor Show
Saturday, April 15th, 2017