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Sparrow Song Wellness – Energy Healing

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Spring Street Retreat

371 Spring Street Cottonwood Falls, KS 66845 316-393-3194 Spring Street Retreat Show Map | Return to top.
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Spring Street Retreat is a bed and breakfast in the heart of the Flint Hills, Cottonwood Falls. Come spend a weekend in this beautifully restored iconic stone house that is over 100 years old. ​
​Five large and  spacious guest rooms located on the second floor,  each with king-size bed, beautiful spa  shower, bathroom and 1/2 bath, and two more full baths for guests to share and located throughout the home.  Guests also enjoy rest and relaxation on  back-yard deck, front porch, coffee on the sleeping porch veranda, family room and breakfast table for 10.  We do everything possible for our guests comfort and that they enjoy all the comforts of home at Spring Street Retreat.
A stay at Spring Street Retreat makes for the perfect weekend getaway. Spend time exploring, resting, and soaking in the natural beauty of the Flint Hills. We think you’ll fall in love with Cottonwood Falls too! It’s a hidden gem.

Please visit us at http://www.springstreetcwf.com to see more of our guest rooms and home prepared for a relaxing stay in Cottonwood Falls.

And  leave us a phone number where we may reach you as soon as possible:

[email protected]

St. Anthony’s Catholic Church

6th & Cottonwood St Strong City, KS 66869 620-767-6412 Show Map | Return to top.

Fr. Theodore Khin
Mass: Sunday- 8:30 a.m.
Tuesday- 12:15 p.m.
Thursday- 12:15 p.m.

Stonehorse Bed and Breakfast

201 Locust Cottonwood Falls, Ks. 66845 785-497-2904 Stonehorse Bed and Breakfast Show Map | Return to top.
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Spacious, stone and brick house.  A four bedroom home with all of the comfort and coziness of a quiet country town.  All bedrooms are upstairs with a large full bathroom upstairs and a full bathroom downstairs. Three bedrooms with king beds and one bedroom with a queen bed and a twin bed in the room. A great place for a weekend getaway or any type of family vacation.  Lots of room to dine & relax.  Beautiful front porch with porch swing to enjoy  a quiet evening watching the fireflies.

Strong City United Methodist Church

401 Cottonwood St Strong city, KS 66869 620-273-8578 Show Map | Return to top.

“Together, we can open hearts, open minds and open doors.”
Worship: 11:00 a.m.

Subway

500 E 7th St Strong City, KS 66869 620.273.8488 subway.com Show Map | Return to top.

The leading choice for people seeking quick, nutritious meals that the whole family can enjoy. Subway continues to delight customers by serving fresh, delicious, made-to-order sandwiches.

Symphony in the Flint Hills

331 Broadway Cottonwood Falls, KS 66845 620-273-8955 symphonyintheflinthills.org Show Map | Return to top.

 

Through year-round programming, Symphony in the Flint Hills, Inc. celebrates the history, ecology and culture of the last stand of native Tallgrass Prairie through music and place-based education. The organization is best known for its Signature Event each June when 7,000 kindred spirits gather for a world-class symphony concert in an unmatched prairie setting.

The store offers a wide variety of t-shirts, sweatshirts, hiking sticks, field journals, artwork, books, and gifts.

Symphony in the Flint Hills

331 Broadway PO Box 370 Cottonwood Falls, KS 66845 620-273-8955 shop.symphonyintheflinthills.org Show Map | Return to top.

Symphony in the Flint Hills, Inc. is a 501c(3) non-profit organization that works to build awareness for the last stand of tallgrass prairie. Throughout the year we share the story of the Flint Hills worldwide through arts and cultural exhibitions in our Cottonwood Falls gallery, articles in our acclaimed Field Journal, and family fun at WoodFest. Each June, 7,000 kindred spirits join us for our Signature Event, where we showcase the region’s heritage and beauty through visual art, dialogue, and music. The organization is led by a 17-member volunteer Board of Directors and operated by a small staff with the help of 700 dedicated volunteers. Our Signature Event and year-round prairie education activities are made possible only through the generosity of contributors like you.Visit our website for details.

Tallgrass Antiques

312 Broadway Cottonwood Falls, KS 66845 Show Map | Return to top.
Tallgrass Antiques specializes in antiques, primitives and architectural salvage as well as fine restored furniture. We carry lots of doors, windows, brackets, ceiling tin, yard art, hardware and more. Tons of unique items ready to be re-used, repurposed, up- cycled and loved again, as well as pieces ready to go.  We’ve got you covered!

Tallgrass Express String Band

338 Middle Creek Rd. Elmdale, Ks 66850 620-273-8301 Show Map | Return to top.
Formed in 2004, Tallgrass Express is a truly regional band, staying close to their roots and
performing mainly at community events in the Flint Hills region.

Their mission is to provide local entertainment, and through their recordings, share with a
broader audience their celebration of the beauty and wonder of the Kansas Flint Hills and its
ranching culture.

The band has recorded four CDs, including a unique album series of 46 all-original Songs
from the Kansas Flint Hills.  The 2014 double-CD album of 30 songs, entitled: “Sky & Water,
Wind & Grass” follows the 2010 “Clean Curve of Hill Against Sky.”

In addition to their original songs about the land and life of the Flint Hills, they perform fast-
driving old timey and bluegrass favorites, folk ballads, Western swing tunes, beautiful Celtic
melodies, early American gospel hymns, and beloved Cowboy and Western standards.
Tallgrass Express tailors programs to fit each audience.

In historic western dress, they share their musical skills on fiddle, mandolin, harmonica, guitar
and bass and specialize in lyrical vocals and harmonies.  Concerts include brief stories on the
background of songs, humorous observations on rural life today, and frequent references to
the heritage, land and culture of their home, the tallgrass prairie of the Kansas Flint Hills.

It’s all delivered with a sparkle they hope shows how much they enjoy making and sharing their
music with others.

With over 300 performances, their experience includes community festivals and concerts,
gallery openings, historical events, organization dinners, parties, weddings and receptions,
church programs, and dances.  Their Roving Music is a regular feature at the Symphony in the
Flint Hills.

Founding member Annie Wilson says, “We feel incredibly lucky to live amidst the splendor and
wide open spaces of the Flint Hills tallgrass prairie.  Through our music, we celebrate this land
and its people.”
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Tallgrass Prairie National Preserve

2480B Highway 177 Strong City, KS 66869 620-273-8494 620-273-6034 nps.gov/tapr Show Map | Return to top.

Hours: Hiking Trails open 24/7, buildings open daily 8:30-4:30 (summer) and 9-4:30 (winter)

Admission: Free

The Tallgrass Prairie Preserve is one of the nation’s newest national preserves. It protects one of the last remaining tallgrass ecosystems in the world. Tallgrass prairie once covered 400,000 square miles of North America, but less than 4% remains, primarily here in Chase County.

Explore over 10,000 acres including five hiking trails, a bison herd, abundant wildlife, catch and release fishing areas, as well as an 1881 historic ranch house, limestone barn and outbuildings, and nearby one room schoolhouse. The Preserve was named one of the Eight Wonders of Kansas in 2008.

Tallgrass Vistas Photography

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You can experience the mystique and indescribable natural beauty of the Kansas Flint Hills with photo prints that are available in a variety of sizes to fit your home and office decor. Prices range from $30 to $60 and shipping is free. Please email or FB message for details.

Taylor Historic Guesthouse

620-273-1135 Taylor Guest Home Return to top.
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Taylor Historic Guesthouse – Cottonwood Falls:
Escape to a piece of history . . . in a perfect location! The Taylor Historic Guesthouse in Cottonwood Falls is literally steps away from the Chase County Historic Courthouse, and Historic Downtown District of Cottonwood Falls and it’s idealic shops and activity. This 4 Bedroom, 1-1/2 Bath property has recently been fully revitalized for your stay artfully blending the coolness of the old and historic with modern conveniences at your fingertips . Dine with up to 10 friends and family members at the oversized dining room table or snack at the granite kitchen island or watching the game on the big screen TV! Need to get out and get some exercise? The Chase Disc Golf 18 hole professional and 9 hole youth courses are only a few short blocks away!

TbD, LLC

Contact: Tracey Graham
702 Commercial, Ste 2A Emporia, KS 66801 620-343-4397 Show Map | Return to top.

The Church

620-273-1135 The Church Return to top.
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Come to church this weekend . . . The Church Guesthouse in Cottonwood Falls that is! The Church is an artfully revitalized Presbyterian Church built in 1885 which now has four bedrooms and 2-1/2 baths and will sleep up to 10 adults.

The Prairie Home

Contact: Debbie Langdon
Bazaar, Ks 67516 913-522-2659 The Prairie Home Show Map | Return to top.
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Settled far out in the Tallgrass Prairie of the rolling Flint Hills, with wide and endless views in all directions from a private hilltop, the True Prairie Home stands up to its name.

Tired of the City ?

Contact: John Queen
417 Mill Cottonwood Falls, KS 66845 620-273-6171 http://www.tiredofthecity.com Show Map | Return to top.

Vaccinated host! 2 night minimum stay. You are renting the entire guest house. This is a century old homestead house. The bathroom is on the main floor and the bedrooms are upstairs. If you are physically impaired, the stairs could be challenging. We are in our 70’s and can easily manage them.

We are just west of the Cottonwood River bridge and falls. 2 acres of trees and landscaping, water fountains and walking paths. Quiet. Safe. We clean the building ourselves.

During winter months, longer stays

are welcomed. Rates negotiable. Call for details.

TLC Marketing Consultants

Contact: Tammy Cunningham
109 West 6th Avenue Emporia, KS 66801 816-500-0018 https://tlcmarketingconsultants.com/ Show Map | Return to top.
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Using social, digital and traditional marketing assets, TLC Marketing Consultants develops platforms and strategies to connect business and customers – creatively and engagingly. Company services include social media management, digital advertising, website development, media buying, public relations, sponsorship negotiation, evaluation and management, blogging and more.

Tobias Agency, Inc

Contact: Linda Markham
15 E 12th Ave Emporia, KS 66801 620-342-7665 Show Map | Return to top.

We offer all types of Personal Insurance coverages to our clients in Kansas including Car, Home, Life, Motorcycle, and Boat & Watercraft.
At Tobias Agency, Inc., each one of our clients are given a dedicated team of experts that work together to proficiently address all your concerns.

 

United Way of the Flint Hills

702 Commercial St., Suite 2E Emporia, Ks 66801 620-342-7564 United Way of the Flint Hills Show Map | Return to top.
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United Way is a local, non-profit organization meeting local needs. The United Way identifies issues facing our community’s residents, and we seek solutions to those problems.

Most often, we provide grants to local organizations that have proven track records in improving lives. In recent years, we have also adopted several of our own initiatives and programs to enhance the offerings of our local community partners.

USD 284

219 Broadway St PO Box 569 Cottonwood Falls, Ks 66845 620-273-6303 Chase County USD 284 Show Map | Return to top.
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Welcome to Chase County Schools! The goal of our educational team is to unite students,
teachers, and parents to work as a team to enhance student achievement. We believe in our
students and it is the intent of USD 284 to develop responsible, self-directed and good citizens
for our communities.

Road Trip Through the Flint Hills

Small town, big roles! Toni Schneider works for the community she loves

Small town, big roles! Toni Schneider works for the community she loves

By Brogan Gillmore During the hot spring days of late May, Chase County holds its annual rodeo, with bull riding, mutton busting, calf scrambles and plenty of beer. And in the thick of it all is Toni Schneider, director of the Chase County Chamber of Commerce, and arguably one of the most involved people in…

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