Wild Water Day – July 8th
The Buffalo Bill Cultural Center and the Oakley Chamber of Commerce are hosting the 2nd Annual Wild Water Day on Wednesday, July 8th from 3 pm to 7 pm at the site of the bronze sculpture located off I-70 at exit 70, four miles south on US 83 at 2nd Street.
Group Tour Planners: Make the Cultural Center a planned stop as you go through Kansas. We have clean restrooms and plenty of space to stretch your legs and take a break. Call ahead and we will can offer a video presentation or guided tour of the sculpture. We can also arrange a tour of the Fick Fossil and History Museum. There is plenty to See and Do in Oakley.
The Buffalo Bill Cultural Center is a Kansas community partner Travel Information Center. We have Kansas state maps, brochures, and a great gift shop featuring many Kansas made products. Come in for travel assistance, enjoy a cup of coffee, and stay for a picnic lunch. We are pet friendly outside and inside.
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Our sculpture is a “must see” if you are in the state of Kansas. Join us in 2015 and #kissthebuffalo while you’re here. Post or tweet your individual or group pics using this hashtag. Tell us what state or country you are from. We’d love to get pics from all 50 states this year.