TOPEKA, Kan. (WIBW) - The Kansas Historical Society is setting aside the National Day of the Cowboy to hold its first-ever "West Fest."
Events from 11 am to 1 pm Saturday, July 27, include panning for gold, tossing horseshoes, stick horse races and throwing fake "cow patties." Outside activities are free, while activities indoors will require regular museum admission of $8 for adults, $6 children.
The society's education director, Mary Madden, visited 13 News at 4 to discuss the details.
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