Friday, September 09, 2011

It's Windie in Kansas!




I'm sorry to announce that the

"It's Windie In Kansas" event has been canceled~













Hurry and reserve your package for the "It's Windie in Kansas" event,


this November 4-6, 2011!


Proceeds from this event will benefit breast cancer research. Hattie McDaniel, who played Mammy in Gone With the Wind, died from this terrible disease. Come and celebrate her life, her Kansas roots, and of course Gone With the Wind!


A fun filled packed weekend you won't want to miss!



*info directly from "It's Windie in Kansas" as follows~




Schedule of Events







Friday November 4th:





Opening Reception and screening of the movie Gone With the Wind at the historic Screenland Armour theater featuring an art unveiling by Joseph Yakovetic and local Kansas wine tasting.





Saturday November 5th:





Living History Activities at Mahaffie Stagecoach Stop, a working 19th century living history farm on the Santa Fe Trail including stagecoach rides, 19th century cook stove demonstrations, historic house tours, and much more!




Panels with our special guests (see presenters page)



Saturday Evening, get dressed up and head to the ball at Mahaffie Stagecoach Stop! Get your picture taken with our stagecoach or in our photo gallery, then taste some local Kansas wine and bid on items in our silent auction.





Appearances by our special guests, representatives from the University of Kansas Cancer Center, our sponsors, and live music and dancing from 19th century band the Gum Springs Serenaders! There will also be a costume contest!







Sunday November 6th:





Living History Activities at Mahaffie Stagecoach Stop, a working 19th century living history farm on the Santa Fe Trail including stagecoach rides, 19th century cook stove demonstrations, historic house tours, and much more!





Meet and Greet with some the special guests from the weekend





Take part in a “Twelve Oaks BBQ” on the grounds of the 19th century farm at Mahaffie Stagecoach Stop





That evening, enjoy the play “misUnderstanding Mammy” that explores the life of Hattie McDaniel and her experiences in 1930s Hollywood.







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Will I be attending you ask? YOU BETCHA! Hope to see you there!











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3 comments:

Nezzy said...

Oh baby, I would love to go...it sounds like a real tromp through the pages of Scarlett's life. You'll just have to have enough fun for this old farm chick too. 'K'??? Take tons of pictures too please! :o)

God bless ya and have a wonderfully beautiful day sweetie!!!

Melissa said...

Hope you had a good thanksgiving and that a lovely Christmas in in your future.

Misrabia69 said...

Progressing slowly is better than not at all. One stitch at a time, right?
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