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Kansas Sampler Festival returns to Leavenworth

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Are you wondering if you can still sign up for the Kansas Sampler Festival? Yes, there is still time and we have spots open in all areas except for entertainment and historic performers.

We will accept registrations through March 1.

We are looking for Kansas authors, artists and products that meet the specific festival criteria.

The festival could also use a dessert food booth and a Mexican or Asian food booth.

In addition there is still room on the festival grounds for free-standing exhibits. These must tell the story of one of the rural culture elements: architecture, art, commerce, cuisine, customs, geography, history, or people. A Plains Indian teepee, Kansas stone carvers and blacksmiths, antique cars, wheat weavers, wood carving and an antique fire truck are examples of free-standing exhibits.

Do you own a winery or microbrewery and would like to get the word out about your product? The Kansas Wine/Beer tent is one of the most popular at the festival.

Do you own a Bed & Breakfast? There's room for you at the festival.

Are you a community who would like to meet people who are interested in taking day trips in our state and invite them to spend time in your town? There's room for you too.

For general information about the festival go to KansasSamplerFestival.com and choose the links on the right side.



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