Passport to Nature Benefits Great Plains Nature Center
Great Plains nature center hosts their 3rd Annual Passport to Nature on Thursday, April 26th. The goal of this event is to raise funds to help connect kids to nature.
Food, music, and adventure await at their annual fundraising event. Explore their exhibits, sample local cuisine, delight in drinks with friends, and bask in live music.
Your ticket is a Passport to Nature - for just $75 you can travel through food stations and encounter many more adventures during a memorable evening. Featuring guest appearances by native Kansas animals and a host of delightful activities throughout the evening.
Fish for wine and dive into their live and silent auctions. All proceeds benefit the mission of the Friends of the Great Plains Nature Center.
- Carrabba's Italian Grill
- Molino's Cuisine
- Oklahoma Boy's BBQ
- Mead's Corner
- Kolace Dough Company & Eatery
- Sweet Allie B's
- Buffalo Wild Wings
Wine will be available, along with beer will be provided by:
Central Standard Brewing
You must be 21 or over to attend Passport to Nature.
About Great Plains Nature Center
Whether you're in need of a relaxing place to reconnect with nature, a fun place to bring your kids or host a birthday party, or the perfect gift for a family member or friend, the Great Plains Nature Center has what you're looking for!
Conveniently located off of K-96 at 29th and Woodlawn, the Great Plains Nature Center features a 2-mile paved trail system in Chisholm Creek Park. Their beautiful, interactive educational displays in the Koch Habitat Hall offer a fun way to learn about the diversity of wildlife and plants in Kansas and the Great Plains region.
The Great Plains Nature Center is a cooperative partnership between the U.S. Fish & Wildlife Service, Kansas Department of Wildlife & Parks, and City of Wichita Department of Park and Recreation. These agencies share a common goal of providing opportunities for the public to investigate, understand and develop an appreciation for wildlife and the environment while promoting sound stewardship of natural resources.