Council Grove’s Old Riverbed Amphitheater features Voices of the Wind People Kaw Pageant this weekend

The Voices of the Wind People pageant, Sept. 16-17, at Council Grove will take the audience back in time to the mid 1850s to hear both sides of the story between Chief Allegawaho, the Kanza (Kaw) Chief, and Seth Hays, Council Grove’s first Euro-American resident. Courtesy photo
By Frank J. Buchman, Herington Times True reflection of Kaw Indians in the Neosho River Valley of the Flint Hills of Kansas will be brought to life this weekend. Voices of the Wind People, an outdoor drama, will be performed at the Old Riverbed Amphitheater in Council Grove, Friday and Saturday evenings, Sept. 16 and 17, at 8 p.m., according to Sharon Haun, chairperson of


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