Donald Pharis was a flutist and his second wife, Laura, enjoyed painting. Their historical home located on the farm will be open for tours of their collected art and artifacts. Donald's flute, on loan from William Jewell College, will be on site and played as part of the festivities. Extended family will also bee present to share the family's artistic gifts as well.
Demonstrations include: painting, storytelling, singers, instrumentalists, rope maker, and dancers.
You can bring a picnic lunch, blankets, and lawn chairs to enjoy a relaxing day on this historical farm. If you wish to bring your gift of art, you are welcome to set-up an area and create!
Mar 140 to $6 (kids 12 and under military and first responders free after 1)
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