Category Archives: Downtown

Decorate Sugar Cookies at the Reno County Museum on Third Thursday

The Reno County Museum is hosting a free cookie decorating event during Third Thursday on December 18. It’s from 5-7 or whenever the cookies run out. The museum is at 100 S Walnut, Hutchinson.

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Gingerbread House Decorating

  The annual Gingerbread House Decorating event attracted more than 1,000 people to Memorial Hall on Saturday. Provided by Downtown Hutchinson and the Hutchinson Recreation Commission, it’s free to participants. Any child can come in and decorate a house to … Continue reading

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Trimming the Tree: Ornaments Past and Present

The Reno County Museum is presenting, “Trimming the Tree: Ornaments Past and Present,” on Saturday, December 6th. Show off your cherished holiday ornament. Special ornaments from the museum collection will also be on display. Enjoy a dessert while we marvel over … Continue reading

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Christmas Windows in Santa Fe District

Artist Brady Scott is painting windows in the Santa Fe District (roughly 3rd to 7th Streets) for the holiday season. Each one is different and is an old-fashioned Christmas scene, some with additions for the particular business. We caught up … Continue reading

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Bluebird Books Test Kitchen

The Bluebird Books Test Kitchen Saturday evening featured sample food from some cookbooks released for the holiday season. About a dozen different items were offered from owner Melanie Green and other booksellers who previewed cookbooks. In addition, Green talked about remodeling happening … Continue reading

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Rosanne Cash at the Fox Theatre

Rosanne Cash, her husband John Leventhal, and their band performed at Hutchinson’s Historic Fox Theatre Saturday evening. They were promoting the album, “The River and the Thread.” She performed the entire album in the first half of the show, telling … Continue reading

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Julie Black and TECH Artists Reception at Hutchinson Art Center

Artist Julie Black, and artists of TECH, will be honored on Friday, November 14, with an opening reception at the Hutchinson Art Center. The Hutchinson Art Center is at 405 N Washington St. in Hutchinson. The reception is from 5-7 … Continue reading

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Hutchinson Theatre Guild presents Other Desert Cities

The Hutchinson Theatre Guild is presenting a show in its new facility, Stage 9, at 9 S. Main in Hutchinson, Kansas. Other Desert Cities by Jon Robin Baitz Brooke Wyeth, an up and coming New York author, returns home for … Continue reading

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David Duree Demonstration at Apron Strings Kitchen Store in Hutchinson

David Duree did a free demonstration at Apron Strings Kitchen Store on Saturday. He demonstrated using dumpling wrappers to create a series of appetizers. Apron Strings is at 1 S Main in Hutchinson. Duree is the owner of LePlatRouge catering … Continue reading

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Soldiers and Sailors Monument

The Soldiers and Sailors Monument is at the corner of First and Walnut Streets in downtown Hutchinson. It has been in the same location since it was dedicated on Flag Day, June 14, 1919. The white granite monument was built … Continue reading

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