Jul 13, 2020 3:35 PM

Smoky Hills PBS visits Russell County on the next Traveling Kansas

Posted Jul 13, 2020 3:35 PM

BUNKER HILL, KS – Smoky Hills PBS’ Traveling Kansas will highlight Russell County on Thursday, July 16th at 7:00 p.m.

On this episode of Traveling Kansas, we take a tour of the county and visit Wilson Lake, the Fossil Station Museum and the Deines Cultural Arts Center in Russell.  We also travel to Lucas to learn about grassroots art with Rosslyn Schultz at the Grassroots Art Center, and stop by the Garden of Eden.

“At Smoky Hills PBS we love to bring value to our viewers across central and western Kansas,” said Les Kinderknecht, Smoky Hills PBS senior production/director.  “During this pandemic it’s a great thing that we can still travel across our viewing area in the comfort of our own homes, exploring the beauty of the communities across central and western Kansas.  We are excited for you to come and explore Russell County with us!”

Viewers will also be able to stream the show via the Smoky Hills PBS YouTube channel.  You can find that link here:  http://bit.ly/StreamSmokyHillsPBS

Traveling Kansas is a Smoky Hills PBS production that highlights Kansas communities, events and natural wonders.

This episode is made possible by the Russell County Economic Development and CVB and by the Kansas Department of Wildlife, Parks and Tourism.