Lawrence, KS -- (SBWIRE) -- 09/13/2013 -- Do you love catfish? Join Friends of the Kaw for a crisp fall evening of live music, delicious catfish, and libations - on the banks of the Kansas (or Kaw) River. While you are having a good time, you will also be supporting a great cause; protecting the Kaw River!
Also enjoy river art showcasing local artists, Kansas Riverkings artifacts, food prepared by Terrebone Café and live music by Brody Buster Band, a great harmonica driven blues band. You can learn more about the beautiful Kaw River, and how you can get involved. Also meet new friends while enjoying a catfish dinner.
Just $10 includes entrance and food!
Sponsors for the event are: Abe and Jakes, Bowersock Hydropower, Cromwell Solar, Westar Energy and O'Malley Beverage.
The Kansas River (known locally as the Kaw) begins at the confluence of the Republican and Smoky Hill Rivers near Junction City and flows 170 miles to Kansas City, where it joins the Missouri River. The Kaw drains almost the entire northern half of Kansas, as well as part of Nebraska and Colorado (53,000 square miles in all), and is the longest prairie based river in the world.
About Friends of the Kaw
Friends of the Kaw is a 501 c 3, grassroots conservation organization whose mission is to protect and preserve the Kansas(Kaw) River for present and future generations.
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