Corn on the Plains Day

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April 24, 2015, 11:00 AM CT

Compete in a corn recipe challenge. Take the contest from the field to the dinner table and "Harvest" the spirit of culinary competition. Teams can enter a dish for People's Choice. Remarks provided by Jane Marshall, food historian at Kansas State University.

Join a roundtable discussion with local, long time farmers about the past, present and future of corn harvesting in America.

Video presentation of Smoky Kill Public Television's production, "Traveling Kansas, Oakley" featuring the Oakley Corn Festival and the annual Kansas State Cornhusking Contest.

This event supports "Cornhusking: Harvesting the Spirit of Competition," a special exhibit at the Buffalo Bill Cultural Center that explores the Kansas State Cornhusking competition. The project is part of "Hometown Teams," a statewide initiative exploring the way sports build and unite communities.

Buffalo Bill Cultural Center
3083 US Hwy 83
Oakley, KS 67748-6101
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Sponsored by: Wild West Historical Foundation

For more information about this event, please contact:
Laurie Millensifer
(785) 671-1000