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Walnut Valley Farmers Market
316-680-8787
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Farmers market sets up each Satruday, Memorial Day Weekend through September from 7:30 - 11:00 a.m. Includes vegetables, fruit, baked goods, handcrafts, wood crafts, jewelry, flowers, utensil sharpening.

The Walnut Valley Festival is one of the premier events in the midwest.  Featuring bluegrass music, the festival is referred to by locals simply as “Bluegrass”.  While bluegrass music may be the focus, other acoustic styles are represented as well. More than just the music, attendees come from every state in the country and from many foreign countries for the culture that is the Walnut Valley Festival.  Take time to roam through the elaborate campsites in the Pecan Grove (some sites inhabited for a month before the festival and month after!).  Take part (or just watch) the “land rush” tradition to secure a campsite before the event.  In addition to music on the four main stages, enjoy amateur music throughout the campgrounds and on unofficial stages throughout the event.

The festival is held on the Wednesday through Sunday that includes the third Saturday of September. The first festival was held in September 1972. Besides the world-class paid performers, Winfield is known for its instrumental contests. The headline contest is the National Flat-pick Guitar Championship.

Walnut Valley Outpost is your local resource for bicycles and fun! Stop by for bike rentals, last minute supplies, repairs and directions to our favorite routes! Also features a crossfit gym in the basement.

Wheat State Wine Co. offers some of the premier wines of Kansas. Free wine tastings and tours of the winery and vineyard are available Fridays through Sundays and by appointment. All patrons are welcome to picnic on the grounds, or enjoy a glass of wine on the patio.

620-221-5500
Fax: 620-221-5590up 5593dn
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Winfield Arts & Humanities Council
620-221-2161 xt 10
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The WAHC is devoted to enriching the diverse cultural life of Winfield and its surrounding area. Visit the WAHC art galleries, take an art class, or attend one of its many events.

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