Downtown Wichita - 120 E. 1st St N.

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Downtown Events

Wichita Toy Train Club
Sunday, September 24
Wichita Toy Train Club & Museum

"The Wichita Toy Train Club" (WTTC) is an organization of collectors and operators for both classic tinplate and current hi-rail trains. Club members are generally oriented toward "O-gauge" (Lionel, MTH, Atlas, Williams, Weaver, Marx) and "S-gauge" (American Flyer). Some members are also interested in the larger "G" and smaller "HO" and "N" gauges, with some extensive layouts house at our museum. Come visit us, and we can put you in touch with many other model toy organizations.


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Supervolcanoes
Sunday, September 24
Exploration Place

BOEING DOME THEATER AND PLANETARIUM
Do the dome under the immersive 60-foot, 360-degree screen – the largest in Kansas!
No general admission needed. Dome prices apply, unless otherwise noted.

Supervolcanoes
Opens Saturday, June 17
Ka-boom! Enormous ash plumes and lakes of lava cover the earth in one powerful blast. Dive into what was a regular occurrence from 74,000 years ago when supervolcanoes helped to shape the world as we know it. Scale cataclysmic volcanoes from the past, and examine North America’s very own supervolcano, Yellowstone National Park.


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Indians in the Arts
Sunday, September 24
Mid-America All-Indian Center

American Indians have long contributed to the world of the arts. Through visual, performance, fine and folk, art is ingrained in American Indian culture, and artists continue to adapt and hone their craft today. This exhibit examines the achievements of Native people in the art world.


Contact Sarah Adams at 316-350-3342 or sadams@wichita.gov
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Elements: Earth
Sunday, September 24
Mid-America All-Indian Center

Earth is the final installment of our Elements exhibit series, featuring the medicine wheel, or circle of life. The medicine wheel encompasses all of the earth and the life within it. We will explore our relationship to the earth and its place in the medicine wheel.


(316) 350-3342 or sadams@wichita.gov
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Tchaikovsky's Fourth
Sunday, September 24
Century II Performing Arts & Convention Center

The horns sound the opening of the 2017-2018 Season in Tchaikovsky’s Fourth Symphony, a monumental work that blooms into a electrifying finale full of charm and delight.


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