Library shows hidden treasures of Kansas

By KBBE News
January 21, 2018

When wanderlust hits, Kansans do not have to go further than a few miles in any direction to find scenic views, rich history, and valuable heritage.  On Tuesday, January 30 at 6:00 p.m. at the McPherson Public Library, Joe Hirsch of Sunflower State Tours will present an insider’s view on all of the wonders of Kansas, both well-known and off the beaten path.

           Hirsch is a fifth generation Kansan and has a developed a passion for exploring the state with his wife, Nakita.  He is a history teacher and has long had a desire to share his knowledge of his state with everyone he encounters.  Hirsch knows through experience that Kansas is anything but boring, and is excited to tell everyone about the Kansas he knows. The program will include information on the known destinations, such as Wichita and Boot Hill Museum in Dodge City, to well-kept secrets, such as St. Jacobs Well and the Chase County Lake Waterfalls.

          For additional information call the library at 245-2570 or email them at [email protected]