RTK EVENTS

Discover upcoming events that you can attend and help to preserve Kansas.

PRE-SYMPHONY IN THE FLINT HILLS

DATE: June 12, 2021
PRICE: Free to RTK donors by invitation only

LOCATION: Mashed O and Deseret Ranches, Council Grove, KS

Prior to the Symphony in the Flint Hills event, RTK will host the annual Pre-Symphony in the Flint Hills luncheon and auction near the Symphony site. The RTK event is for donors and special guests by invitation only.

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COWBOYS FOR CONSERVATION TRAIL RIDE

DATE: June 19 9:00am (rain date June 20)
PRICE: $99

LOCATION: Allison Land & Cattle – 80 195th St., Eureka, KS  67045

Bring your own horse to this fun and interactive trail ride! You will see prime Flint Hills views on this three-hour trail ride and hear from speakers Luke Westerman,Vickie Cikanek, and Dale Kirkham. The trail ride is for adult riders 18 and over. Lunch provided!

RTK GOLF TOURNAMENT

DATE: August 14 at 9:00 a.m.
PRICE: $60 per person

LOCATION: Cool Springs Golf Course, 20770 Kelley Creek Rd, Onaga, KS 66521

The RTK golf tournament is a 4-person scramble on a beautiful course on the northern edge of the Flint Hills. 2021 tournament details coming soon!

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