Chase County Courthouse Sesquicentennial Celebration
It’s probably no secret that we adore our life in Chase County, Kansas. But events like this one tend to stop us in our tracks. Our small community of BIG thinkers are putting on a quintessential American celebration, and they are going ALL OUT!
Our Courthouse, built 150 years ago, is the pride of Chase County. It’s rich history, beautiful architecture, and striking location on the intersection of Broadway and Pearl Street in Cottonwood Falls makes this place the centerpiece of our communities.
If you are a city dweller, a suburbanite, or just plain curious about rural America, we invite you to Cottonwood Falls, Kansas, for our Chase County Courthouse Sesquicentennial Celebration on October 6th & 7th to immerse yourself and your friends and family in experiencing our Flint Hills lifestyle at its best.
As you can see from the flyer above, the committee putting this event together has thought of everything! Be a part of our community at our homecoming/sesquicentennial parade. Or hear bands that are absolute favorites around these parts. We’ve got Michael Martin Murphy, Weda Skirts, Tallgrass Express, Jess Dean Band, and Kim Coslett. Just to name a few.
How about having some coffee, cookies, and a conversation about Chase County’s beloved ghost towns?
Model trains will be on display at THE DEPOT in Strong City, Kanas — just a quick 10-minute drive from Cottonwood Falls.
Or join us at the Chase County OLD SCHOOL for a variety of great events like Cars & Coffee, an 1873 Victorian Ball, a 5k/1k Fun Run, a Quilt Show, and Arts for and by Kids Events!
Book your stay with us soon! We’re filling up fast for these dates filled with All-American, Chase County, Kansas fun!
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