Kismet Little Worlds Fair Celebrates 101 Years

Joe Denoyer - August 31, 2020 4:29 pm

The Kismet Lions Club will be hosting the Kismet Little Worlds Fair this Labor day weekend. This marks the 101st year the event has taken place in Kismet Kansas. Events are slated to start on Sunday with several events taking place including, worship services, 3 on 3 Basketball a Cornhole tournament, a turtle treasure hunt and a bicycle poker run. On Monday, Labor Day, the day is filled with activities starting off a 5K and 10K run, and the parade. This year, there will be no bleachers, so bring lawn chairs, and no candy will be thrown from the parade entrants. A mainstay of the Little Worlds Fair is always the free ham and bean feed which will be served this year in take home containers from the North door of the Pavilion. Friendly competitions of turtle races, along with bike, trike, and stick horse races will take place Monday afternoon. For more information on the Little Worlds Fair call Carolyn Swank 620-629-7575

 

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