Smoky Hill Museum Street Fair
September 23, 2017 @ 10:00 am – 4:00 pm| Free
The Street Fair takes place in and around the Smoky Hill Museum in downtown Salina. It is a FREE day of celebration with music, participatory crafts and activities, demonstrators, food vendors and tours of the Museum. The celebration begins at 10am with a Salina tradition, a parade down Santa Fe Ave. The parade will feature bands, dancers, businesses, military and much more. Performances by Brady Weston Band (southern soul & rock & roll), Signal Ridge (progressive bluegrass band), Cheryl Rutz and Lewis Street Soul (blues with an attitude & rock-n-roll style), and Richard Renner (The Vodvill Klown). Demonstrators will be on hand featuring a potter, woodworker, zentangle artist and gourd artists, caricaturist and face painters, too. Activities for kids of most ages include free make-and-take crafts, and with the purchase of a $5 wristband, they can jump on the inflatables all day. Food vendors include Dinky Dunkers, Navajo Tacos, Texas Reds BBQ, kettle corn and Skip’s Concessions. There is no cost to attend the celebration.