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Downtown Events

80 Years of History Making Exhibit
Saturday, July 20
Wichita-Sedgwick Co. Historical Museum

This year marks the 80th Anniversary of the Museum and celebrates its work to collect, preserve and educate through the interpretation of our local history. Over the years the Museum has featured an encyclopedic range of exhibits telling stories using artifacts – material culture bearing tangible evidence of the past. Accredited by the American Alliance of Museums since 1972, the Museum is one of America’s finest museums of local history and a tremendous community asset. 80 Years of History Making celebrates the sharing of local stories and the collection of artifacts to inspire and instruct future generations.


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Triple Feature: Ambrose Jones, Steven Briggs, Ed Hill
Saturday, July 20
The Loony Bin

Ambrose Jones
Ambrose Jones grew on the west side Chicago, IL. In the presence of only his mother, which packed up and headed to Memphis, he quickly made a name for himself and performed with some of the top comedians in the business. He is a comedian who captures audience’s attention with his edgy humor and quick punchlines.

Steven Briggs

Steven Briggs has a unique, high-energy style of comedy that keeps audiences on their toes. His amusing anecdotes are enhanced by his use of beatbox sound effects and well developed characters. Steven has appeared on MTV and Commercials for ESPN, Dodge Ram, Toyota, Google, Oscar Mayer and can regularly be heard on Sirius XM Radio. When Steven is not entertaining audiences across the US, he is performing for the troops overseas in Iraq.

Ed Hill

Originally from Taiwan, Ed is an award winning comic who moved to Vancouver, British Columbia, thinking he was on vacation at his father's discretion.


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Old Town Farmers' Market
Saturday, July 20

Discover locally grown produce as well as meat and poultry, handmade Artisan goods and local food vendors at the Old Town Farmers’ Market nearly every Saturday from 7am-12pm.

Old Town Farmers' Market serves thousands of area residents weekly and featuring more than 100 vendor companies throughout the year, #OTFMWichita brings fresh food, handmade goods, education, and fun to our community, while promoting small farms, sustainable agriculture, and Real Food ingredients in Kansas.

Connect with local farmers and artists from Wichita and the surrounding areas to learn more about their passions and what they do!


Contact Megan Hartzell at (316) 337-5770 or info@oldtownfarmersmarket.com
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Sean Kenney's Nature Connects
Saturday, July 20
Botanica Wichita

Experience nature and LEGOs like you never have before as artist Sean Kenney's "Nature Connects" brings Botanica Wichita to life throughout the summer of 2019. From May 10 - September 19, enjoy these breathtaking sculptures throughout the gardens. This art installation project will be a complement to the gardens and will enhance the experience for visitors to Botanica Wichita. 

Catch many exhibits like a dragonfly with a 4-foot wingspan containing 6,535 LEGO pieces. 


Contact Kathy Sweeney at 316-264-0448 or ksweeney@botanica.org
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Sole Seekers
Saturday, July 20
Mid-America All-Indian Center

An exhibit in accordance with Rock Your Mocs, a worldwide Native American and Indigenous Peoples' movement held annually and in remembrance of the Trail of Tears, "Sole Seekers", is an exhibit of the Mid-America All-Indian Center's outstanding moccasin collection.


Contact Mid-America All-Indian Center at (316) 350-3340 or eraux@wichita.edu
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