MANHATTAN, Kan.- Explore the 26th Annual Kansas Sampler Festival with From the Land of Kansas to see, hear, buy and learn
about Kansas-made products. Visit the From the Land of Kansas tent, featuring a variety of trademark members, at the festival on
May 2-3 in Wamego, Kansas.
Designed to promote communities and small businesses from across the state, the Kansas Sampler Festival provides a unique and
fun experience for everyone. The state’s agricultural trademark program, From the Land of Kansas, will be showcasing food and
beverage member companies at the tent on the Sunrise Campus.
“The Kansas Sampler Festival is a fun and entertaining environment,” Stacy Mayo, director of From the Land of Kansas said. “Kansas
is full of locally owned businesses that produce high-quality food and products; the festival allows us to appreciate and learn about
unique products made right here in our home state.”
To encourage festival participants to seek out the From the Land of Kansas member booths throughout the festival grounds, From
the Land of Kansas is hosting a passport challenge. When the passport is completed, marked by all of the participating members
and validated at the From the Land of Kansas tent, participants are eligible to win a prize and will receive a $5 off coupon to use on
trademark merchandise at the festival or a 10 percent discount on trademark merchandise to redeem on the recently launched From
the Land of Kansas Marketplace.
The Kansas Department of Agriculture and From the Land of Kansas trademark program provide support and assistance to help
make Kansas businesses more successful, grow rural communities, expand markets for Kansas agricultural products, and grow the
The From the Land of Kansas tent will be located on the east side, sunrise campus. Members located within the From the Land of
Kansas tent include: Alma Bakery & Sweet Shop, Alma Creamery, Cashmere Popcorn, Grandma Hoerner’s, Hildebrand Farms
Dairy, K’s Vineyard Candles, Kansas Foods, Kansas Originals Market & Gallery, Munson’s Prime, Oatie Beef, Prairie Harvest and
Thrill’s Kettle Corn.
Additional members participating in the festival include: 4 D Acres Everything Emu, Alpacas of Wildcat Hollow, Becky’s Bierocks,
Dale Family Farms, Dorema Farm, Flint Hills Aromatherapy, Inc, Franklin County CVB, Glaciers Edge Winery, Grannie’s
Homemade Mustard, Great Bend CVB, Highland Community College, Hodgeman County Economic Development, Holmes Made
Sala, Liberal CVB, Oz Winery, Smoky Hill Vineyards & Winery, Wheat State Distilling, Wheat State Wine Co and Wyldewood
The Kansas Sampler Festival is May 2, from 10 a.m. to 5 p.m. and May 3, from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. Admission is $5 for adults, $3 for
children ages 7-12 (cash and check only). Children 6 and under may attend the festival free of charge.
For more information about the festival, please visit: http://www.kansassamplerfestival.com and https://fromthelandofkansas.com/.