Blue Bucks Kids' Calendar

CapFed's Blue Bucks Kids' Calendar - Find something fun for your family to do!CapFed® Blue Bucks Kids' Calendar - Find something fun for your family to do!

Shawnee County Intertribal Pow Wow
September 4 - 6
Lake Shawnee, Topeka, KS
Open to the public, come and enjoy Native American culture, arts and crafts.


Kansas City Renaissance Festival
September 5 - October 18
Bonner Springs, KS
Travel back in time and partake in a Kansas City Tradition since 1977. Thrill to the exploits of jousting knights on thundering steeds, roam the village shops for unique crafts, delight in comedy, music, magic and more on our 20 stages of non-stop entertainment, and feast on delicious food and drinks from the far reaches of the globe!


Grandparents' Nature Fun Day
Saturday, September 5
Prairie Park Nature Center, Lawrence, KS
Drop in at the nature center to celebrate Grandparents’ Day and meet a live animal, create some fun nature crafts and go on a scavenger hunt.


Fall Festival
September 18 - 19
Downtown El Dorado, KS
Bring the whole family for live entertainment, local food, exhibits, vendors and entertainment by local schools.


Wild West Fest
September 25 - 27
Dodge City, KS
This event packs more wild west fun than you can imagine into one great weekend.


Smoky Hill Museum Street Fair
Saturday, September 26
Smoky Hill Museum, Salina, KS
Celebrate the history and heritage of the Smoky Hills region with a downtown parade, chili cook-off, historic demonstrators, entertainment, food and special activities for kids of all ages. Admission is free.


Saturday, September 26
Downtown Wamego, KS
OZtoberfest brings one of America's best-known fairy tales to life! This fun-filled day will include an OZ costume contest, children's inflatables, food vendors, live entertainment and more.


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Fun Family Venues

In Your Area

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O.K. Kids events in your area,
a program from Kansas Wildscape.