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Experience a Barn Tour at BarnFest 2013

Save the date:  8th Annual BarnFest October 4&5, 2013.

One of the highlights for Kansas Barn Alliance members is the time we spend together at BarnFest.  This will be the 8th year that we have gathered to share barn stories, learn about ways to save our agri-landmarks and tour some pretty amazing barns that are located in Kansas.


Secrets of Goessel



Historical Tour
By Brian D. Stucky Teacher, Historian, Author, and Storyteller

Saturday, October 1, 1-3pm
2 hours, 50 miles, 3 Counties, about 45 points of interest.
IN TOWN: Early businesses; birthplace of Goessel, Post Office; birthplace of
movie star; birthplace of Western District Conference; 1906 Tornado; Architectural
gems; Nationally important football field; First Mennonite Hospital in Western
Hemisphere; Birthplace of Tabor College; Girls boarding house; Ghost sightings,
and much more.
IN THE COUNTRY: Cemeteries; Civil War veteran graves; 1990 F5 tornado
path; historic school sites; buffalo pasture; homestead, springs; Birthplace of
Bethel College; Menno, KS Post Office; several trail routes; Indian trails; historic
markers; Timber Claim; and much more.

TOUR COST: $12 payable at boarding time.

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*********to reserve a seat call (620) 382-8830 ******* or email     This e-mail address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it
Come to the South Bloomfield School at the Mennonite Heritage Museum, 15 minutes early to pay and sign form. Children pay same as adults.
Minimum 7 riders or tour will be cancelled, at the time of the tour.
--------------Tour leaders reserve the right to make changes at any time---------


Mennonite Heritage & Agricultural Museum

mennonite_logo.jpgThe museum was dedicated in 1974 in commemoration of the 100th anniversary of the arrival of Mennonites who in 1874 migrated from Russia to what is now the Goessel area.  It is a tribute to these people, who brought with them precious kernels of Turkey Red wheat, and to others who helped make Kansas the breadbasket of the world.
The museum complex includes eight buildings which visitors may visit on a self-guided tour.  The Immigrant House and Turkey Red Wheat Palace were built on site.  The other six structures , five of which are move than 100 years old, were moved from various places in the area to the museum grounds for preservation and restoration.

For more information please visit the museum website


Dining in Marion County

City of Burns

Pizza Rehea's
110 E. Broadway
Burns, KS 

City of Duham

Main Street Café
517 Douglas Ave
Durham, KS  67438
“Good Ole Country Cookin” – Homemade Pies, Pies, Pies!  Bulk Foods & Watkins Products
Mon – Sat 6:30 – 2:30; Closed Sundays and Holidays

City of Florence

Flint Hills Bakery

Town and Country Café
410 ½ Hwy 77
Florence, KS  66851
Mon &  Sun 6:00 am – 2:00 pm; Tues – Sat 6:00 am – 8:00 pm

City of Hillsboro

Norel Farms Bakery
207 N. Main
Hillsboro, KS 67063
Mon - Sat 5:30 am to 4 pm 

Sonic, 700 Western Heights, Hillsboro, KS, 67063  ph# 620-947-3388
hours: Sun. 8a – 11p; Mon. – Thurs. 7a – 11p; Fri. & Sat. 7a -12p
Slogan: Sonic America’s Favorite Drive Inn

Subway, 510 E. D St, Hillsboro, KS, 67063  ph# 620-947-3226
hours: Sun. 9a – 10p; Mon. – Fri. 7a – 10p; Sat. 8a – 10p
Slogan: “Eat Fresh”

Pizza Hut, 903 E. D St, Hillsboro, KS, 67063  ph# 6-620-947-5550
hours: Sun. – Thurs. 11a -10p; Fri. & Sat. 11a – 11p
Slogan: Your Favorites, Your Pizza Hut!

Wendy’s, 812 E. D St, Hillsboro, KS, 67060  ph# 620-947-0208
hours: Sun. 7a – 11p; Mon. – Thurs. 6a – 11p; Fri. & Sat. 6a – 12p
Slogan: You know when it’s real!

La Cabana, 117 S. Main, Hillsboro, KS, 67063  ph# 620-947-0260
hours: Sun. 11a – 3p; Mon. – Sat. 11a – 9p
Slogan: Dine In or Dine Out, We Welcome You!

Panda Kitchen, 107 W. Grand Avenue, Hillsboro, KS  67063, 620-947-2080
hours: Mon-Sun 11 am - 9 pm

City of Lincolnville

Route 77 Pit Stop
205 Lincolnville Ave (Hwy 77)

City of Lost Springs

Al’s Café
101 S. Berry
Lost Springs, KS
Wed – Fri 11 am – 9 pm; Sat 11 am – 8 pm
Serving Home-cooked Mexican food for 30 years!

City of Marion

Aunt Mae's Cafe, 113 S. Freeborn, Marion, KS ph# 620-957-5050
Open: Monday - Saturday 6 am to 2 pm

Carlson’s Deli, 1121 E. Main, 382-2985 Deli with Daily Specials
Open:  Monday thru Saturday 7 a.m. to 8 p.m.; Sunday 8 a.m. to 7 p.m.

Cindy's Family Cafe, 211 E. Main, Marion, phone number 620-381-2200

Gambino’s Pizza, 114 E. Main, 382-3821 Pizza, Sandwiches, Salad Bar
Open:  Sunday thru Thursday 11 a.m. to 9 p.m. (close at 8 p.m. in the winter);
Friday & Saturday 11 a.m. to 10 p.m.

Cazadores Mexican Grill, 214 E. Main, 620-957-5023 Daily Specials,
Open:  11 am - 2 pm and, 5 pm - 8 pm; Monday, Tuesday, Thurday, Friday & Saturday. Open Sunday 11 am to 2 pm. Closed Wednesday.

Nuttin Butt Good BBQ, 708 N. Cedar, 382-5769 Wood Smoked BBQ
Open:  Tuesday thru Friday 11 a.m. to 1:30 p.m.; and 4:30 to 7:30 p.m.

Subway, 111 East Main, 620-382-2682 Open:  Daily Mon - Sat 7am to 10 pm; Sun 7am - 8pm

Wagon Wheel Express, 202 W. Main, 382-3544 Burgers, Sandwiches, Ice Cream
Open:  Monday thru Saturday 11 a.m. to 8 p.m.

Willie J’s 9th Lane, 131 S. Thorp, 382-2630 Burgers, Chicken Strips, Alcohol
Open:  Sunday & Wednesday 5 to 10 p.m.; Monday & Thursday 5 to 11 p.m.; Friday 5 to 12 p.m.
Saturday 4 to 12 p.m.; closed Tuesday

City of Peabody

Pop's Diner

115 N. Walnut
Peabody, KS  66866
Mon – Sat 6 am – 2 pm; Sun 8 am – 2 pm

City of Tampa

Tampa Café
301 Main
Tampa, KS 67483
“The Other Tampa”
Mon – Fri 7 am – 2 pm; Closed Saturday; Sun 11 am – 2 pm


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