Lawrence Dumont Stadium History- An Icon

My daughter's drawing

Lawrence Dumont Stadium is something dear to the baseball fans in Wichita and the surrounding area.  Not every baseball fan knows all Lawrence Dumont Stadium history, but they appreciate the stadium and know it is special to them and to most baseball fans around the city.

Anyone who has any connection with the town of Wichita, Kansas, would know about the iconic field. This stadium has been a part of the Wichita landscape since 1934 and has been the retreat for baseball fans and a source of great joy and pride over its eighty-four years of existence.

The stadium accommodates 6,400 people – the intimate nature of the stadium has resulted in the fans bonding together whenever a baseball game is hosted at the stadium.

My daughter drew this
My daughter’s design

However, the time is up for Lawrence Dumont Stadium and it will be completely demolished in the next few weeks, paving the way for the development of a new 75 million dollar stadium that will be the home of a Minor League Baseball Team, the New Orleans Baby Cakes.

The history and significance of the Lawrence Dumont to the town of Wichita should not be discounted. We will chronicle the history and impact that the stadium has had on Wichita and its surroundings over the last eighty-four years.

Early Days of the Lawrence Dumont Stadium

The main person behind the idea to create a stadium in Wichita was local businessman Ray “Hap” Dumont, who convinced the former Mayor of the town, Charles Lawrence, of the need for a baseball stadium in the region.

This stadium was necessary after the first baseball stadium in the area – Island Park which was built on the Akerman Island in the Arkansas River was torn down to facilitate the widening of the river channel. Island Park was in existence from 1912-1933.

Lawrence commissioned the creation of the stadium in 1929 and construction was completed in 1934. He strongly believed that the stadium should be located within the boundaries of the town and the stadium was built on lands given to the city by local landowner Charles Payne and was named the Lawrence Stadium in 1934 in honor of Mr. Charles Lawrence who died that same year.

When the Lawrence Stadium opened in 1934, it had no tenants and was used to host the National Baseball Congress (NBC) games, which was a semi-professional tournament created by Hap Dumont.

In the first year of the tournament, Dumont used his business savvy and negotiation skills to convince baseball legend, Satchell Paige, to bring his team – The Bismarck Churchills to the new Lawrence Stadium to partake in the NBC World series League. Paige was reportedly paid $1,000 to be a part of the League.

This move by Dumont was a major success, and the stadium has been home to the National Baseball Conference since the initial series in 1934. The National Baseball Conference (NBC) World Series is now the longest running sporting event in the United States and is a major part of the legacy of the Lawrence Dumont Stadium.

Lawrence Dumont Stadium
(One of the many photos that inspired my daughter’s awesome drawing that is displayed at the beginning of this post.)

For his outstanding contribution to the construction of the baseball stadium in Wichita, the stadium was renamed the Lawrence Dumont Stadium in 1971 after the death of Hap Dumont. He is considered by many as the single most important figure in the history of baseball in the Air Capital.

Many teams have called the Lawrence Dumont Stadium their home. Over its storied eighty-four-year history, Lawrence Dumont Stadium has been the home to four different minor league teams. These teams include the Wichita Indians, Wichita Aeros, Wichita Wranglers, and Wichita Wingnuts.

The Wichita Indians

The Wichita Indians team called the Lawrence Dumont Stadium their home between 1950 and 1955, playing as a part of the Western League. They were the first club to claim the stadium as their home ground which makes them a significant team in the history of Lawrence Dumont Stadium.

The Wichita Aeros

After a break of fifteen years with no team being hosted at Lawrence Dumont Stadium, the Wichita Aeros came onto the scene in 1970. They played in the Triple-A American Association Minor League between 1970 and 1984.

The Aeros were associated with five major league baseball clubs (The Cleveland Indians, The Chicago Cubs, The Texas Rangers, The Montreal Expos, and The Cincinnati Reds) during their fifteen-year history. The Aeros won a single division title during their era here and then transferred to Buffalo New York in 1984, changing their name to the Buffalo Bisons.

The Wichita Wranglers

“Hear that Wrangler thunder, hear that Wrangler beat, Wichita Wrangler Baseball, Stampede!” That commercial is still stuck in my head after all these years.

The Wranglers team was based at the Lawrence Dumont Stadium from 1987 -2007. The team played as a part of the Texas Minor League and was an affiliate of the San Diego Padres Major League team from 1987 to 1994. They were also affiliated with the Kansas City Royals from 1995 to 2007. The Wichita Wranglers won the Texas League Championship on three occasions – 1987, 1992, and 1999. Then they moved to Springdale, Arkansas in 2007. They became the Northwest Arkansas Naturals.

The Wichita Wingnuts

The Wichita Wingnuts are the most recent team to reside at the Lawrence Dumont Stadium. They had been at the Stadium since 2008 and played their last game in 2018 when the lease was terminated by the city of Wichita. They played in the American Association League and won the championship in 2014.

Renovations at the Lawrence Dumont Stadium

This iconic stadium has lasted eighty-four years in the River City. For the stadium to have the longevity that it has had, renovations were necessary.

Major improvements were made in 2001 and 2011. In the 2001 phase of the refurbishment the infield turf was re-laid, a new outfield fence was built, the sound system was improved, and the seating area was repainted.

In the 2011 wave of renovations, the entire grass outfield and AstroTurf infield were replaced by a ram turf which is a more modern type of surface. New lights were also installed, the dugouts were extended, and the concourse areas were also improved. These renovations allowed the Lawrence Dumont Stadium to continue functioning as a good venue for hosting baseball games.

Even after those efforts to continue the legacy for the fans, this year the city finally decided the stadium had outlived its usefulness and that a new stadium was necessary to continue the rich baseball tradition of Wichita.

America's pastime

This new stadium will be built on the same venue and is scheduled to be completed by the 2020 baseball season.

The End of an Era

Finally, the inevitable demolition of the Lawrence Dumont Stadium has pained the hearts of Wichita baseball supporters. Since this is the stadium that has been the home of Wichita Baseball for generations, it will be missed.

However, the building of the new and improved stadium will inspire renewed hometown hope of a new baseball beginning. A continued legacy and an exciting future for the baseball crazy town of Wichita.

Wichita Shockers Basketball Schedule- 2018-2019

We have the 2018-2019 Wichita Shockers Basketball Schedule below and then an article after the win loss chart so far this season.  The Black And Yellow won the exhibition game handily to kick things off. That symbolic victory has been followed by some exciting games even if we didn’t leave with the win in several of those close match-ups.

We will look at some of the talent and prospects of the Wichita State University basketball schedule and the team as a whole.  After the article Iwe have pieced together the same schedule with many more details on game locations, links for ways to listen or get live statistics, and we have even included stadium links to buy tickets if you want them.

2018-19 Wichita State Shockers Printable Basketball Schedule
Wichita Shockers Basketball Schedule

How will the Wichita State Shockers fare in the 2018-2019 Basketball Season?

It is that time of the year again when the college basketball season and the Wichita State basketball schedule is in full swing. It has pretty much just kicked off and everyone is so looking forward to watching their favorite team in action and all the thrills and excitement that come with it. Most in the Wichita area are banking on the exciting Shockers team to do well and to go far, way in the tournament.

I must admit that some of the optimism is based on just pure emotion that all sports fans feel about their team, without examining and analyzing other factors that might either support or go against that cause for optimism. The Shockers are playing in the American Athletic Conference (AAC), which has a total of twelve teams, of which the top four will qualify for the playoffs.

But what are the chances of the Shockers going far in this tournament and who are the players that will shine? We will examine how they have done so far and predict where they will end up at the back end of the season.

My daughter's latest design.
My daughter’s drawing.

Early Season Jitters

Up through November 19, 2018, the Shockers have played five (5) games and currently sit at the bottom of the AAC standings with a win-loss ratio of 2-3. All three matches that they have lost have been extremely close encounters with the Shockers lacking the cutting edge to finish off those games.

The closeness of the games are reflected in the overall points that have been scored by the Shockers as opposed to their opponents – the Shockers have scored 362 points in those five games, compared to 374 by the opposing teams. This statistic shows how competitive the Shockers have been in the early season so far without being too successful.

We are hopeful that they will shake off these early season jitters and continue to compete feverishly as the season goes along and hopefully claim some more victories, especially in the close encounters. Please see the data chart below that speaks to the Shockers performance so far in the 2018-2019 season.

2018-19 American Standings

TEAM GB OVR

Tulsa

0-0 – 4-0

Houston

0-0 – 3-0

Temple

0-0 – 5-1

South Florida

0-0 – 4-1

Wichita State’s Markis McDuffie blocks the shot of Catawba’s Daquan Lilly during an exhibition game earlier this season for the Shockers.

Wichita Eagle Pic. and link.

UCF

0-0 – 4-1

U Conn

0-0 – 4-1

Cincinnati

0-0 – 3-1

East Carolina

0-0 – 4-2

Memphis

0-0 – 2-1

SMU

0-0 – 3-3

Tulane

0-0 – 2-3

Wichita State

0-0 – 2-3

The chart  above shows the early stages of the season where most teams have played on average five games, Tulsa and Houston are the only teams with perfect records so far, but they have played four and three games respectively. It is way too early to make a call on which team will dominate; we will have a clearer picture after a few more weeks of competition.

Players To Watch On The Shockers Roster

The Shockers have a pretty young but exciting roster of players. Eight of the players are freshmen, four are sophomores, three are juniors, and two are seniors. The team does not have the experience of recent years, but Coach Greg Marshall has proved that he is a genius at developing talent and we are excited to see how the team will perform throughout the season.

We have identified Markus McDuffie, Ricky Torres, Dexter Dennis, and Morris Udeze as potential star players that can carry the team forward in the 2018-2019 season. There are other great players we may get to in a later article.

Markus McDuffie

Markus McDuffie is one of only two seniors on the team and have been a revelation in the season so far; he currently averages 21.6 Points per game (PPG) after five games in the season, which is the best statistic of any Wichita Shocker forward in the past 20 years.

McDuffie was named in the American Athletic Conference Honor Roll for the week of November 12-18 and was also named co-player of the week in the Conference for the week of November 6-11. He continues to be a shining light for the Shockers, and it is imperative that he keeps flowing in this rich vein of form for the Shockers to continue being competitive throughout the season.

Ricky Torres

Ricky Torres is one of Greg Marshall’s recruits for the 2018-2019 season. He plays as a Point Guard and Marshall expects him to get a lot of game time in the position for the whole season. He was recruited from Missouri State-West Plains where he averaged 17.2 points per game, and 8.1 assists per game, which was the 3rd best nationally for the 2018 season.

He has also been identified as a leader who can motivate the team and help the unit to play at their very best. We look forward to watching Ricky Torres competing for the Shockers this year and expect him to be one of the team’s top players this season.

Dexter Dennis

Dexter Dennis is a Freshman hailing from the town of Baker, California. He is an extremely athletic and mature player that can play the position of small forward or shooting guard. Pundits, including Greg Marshall, believe Dennis has the potential to play in the NBA due to his supreme natural ability.

He has started the 2018-2019 season with a bang, scoring 19 points and grabbing five rebounds in a really exciting game against Alabama. He was one of the key players responsible for the spirited fightback from the Shockers in the second half of that game which almost took them to victory coming from a deficit of twelve points.

For the season so far, Dennis averages 8.8 points per game, has grabbed ten rebounds and has four assists. We are excited to see what his stats will be at the end of the season!

Morris Udeze

Morris Udeze is another exciting prospect hailing from Houston, Texas. He is a Freshman that plays the position of small forward and center. Udeze was ranked among the top 15 prospects in the state of Florida in 2018 by 247 Sports after spending a year at the Montverde Academy in Orlando and ranked 18th nationally among centers.

Udeze is a complete athlete, possessing strength, skill, and athleticism which definitely makes him one to watch in the yellow and black for this season!

Prospects For The Shockers This season

The Shockers lost six outgoing seniors at the end of the 2017-2018 season and are currently rebuilding their team. They have one of the best players in the conference in Markus McDuffie on their team and an extremely talented pool of players overall to provide support.

The team, however, lacks experience playing together and might take some time to gel and play as an efficient unit. However, we expect the Shockers to be extremely competitive throughout the season under the expert tutelage of Coach Greg Marshall.

The Shockers will be a force to be reckoned within the American Athletic Conference (AAC) in 1-2 years, and we will see at least glimpses of this potential all season long. We look forward to watching the Shockers play and as usual, we will be supporting them all along the way!


A More detailed schedule with ways to listen, live stats, and how to buy tickets below:

As of 11-23-2018

  • OVERALL  2-3
  • PCT .400
  • CONF 0-0
  • PCT .000
  • STREAK L 1
  • HOME 0-1
  • AWAY 0-0
  • NEUTRAL 2-2

Scheduled Games

  • NOV 6 (TUE) VS. LOUISIANA TECH—L, 58-71
  • NOV. 9 (FRI) VETERANS CLASSIC VS PROVIDENCE—W, 83-80
  • NOV. 15 (THU) CHARLESTON CLASSIC VS. DAVIDSON— L, 53-57
  • NOV. 16 (FRI) 3:30 P.M. VS. APPALACHIAN STATE—W, 82-76
  • NOV. 18 (SUN) 12:30 P.M. VS. ALABAMA—L, 86-90
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NOV. 25 (SUN) 2:00 P.M. COX YURVIEW KEYN 103.7 FM

VS. RICE WICHITA, KAN. CHARLES KOCH ARENA

DEC. 1 (SAT) 7:00 P.M. CBS SPORTS NETWORK KEYN 103.7 FM

VS. BAYLOR LISTEN WICHITA, KAN. CHARLES KOCH ARENA

DEC. 8 (SAT) 11:00 A.M. ESPNU KEYN 103.7 FM

AT OKLAHOMA–OKLAHOMA CITY, OKLA. CHESAPEAKE ENERGY ARENA

DEC. 12 (WED) 7:00 P.M. COX YURVIEW KEYN 103.7 FM

VS. JACKSONVILLE STATE LIVE STATS FOR THE GAME—WICHITA, KAN. CHARLES KOCH ARENA

DEC. 15 (SAT) 4:30 P.M.—TV: CBS SPORTS NETWORK RADIO: KEYN 103.7 FM

VS. SOUTHERN MISSWICHITA, KAN. INTRUST BANK ARENALIVE STATS

 

JAN. 6 (SUN) 3:00 P.M. LIVE STAT

VS. TEMPLE WICHITA, KAN. CHARLES KOCH ARENA

 

JAN. 19 (SAT) 1:00 P.M. CBS KEYN 103.7 FM—

VS. CINCINNATILIVE STATSWICHITA, KAN. CHARLES KOCH ARENA

 

JAN. 26 (SAT) 5:00 P.M. CBS SPORTS NETWORK KEYN 103.7 FM–

AT UCONNLIVE STATSSTORRS, CONN. —HARRY A. GAMPEL PAVILION

 

JAN. 30 (WED) 8:00 P.M. ESPN2/ESPNU KEYN 103.7 FM—AMERICAN

VS. SMULIVE STATSWICHITA, KAN. CHARLES KOCH ARENA

 

FEB. 2 (SAT) 1:00 P.M. ESPN2/ESPNU KEYN 103.7 FM—AMERICAN

VS. TULSALIVE STATSWICHITA, KAN. CHARLES KOCH ARENA

 

FEB. 6 (WED) 6:00 P.M. ESPNEWS KEYN 103.7 FM—AMERICAN

AT ECULIVE STATSGREENVILLE, N.C. MINGES COLISEUM

 

FEB. 9 (SAT) 7:00 P.M. ESPN2/ESPNU KEYN 103.7 FM—AMERICAN

VS. TULANELIVE STATSWICHITA, KAN. CHARLES KOCH ARENA

 

FEB. 17 (SUN) 12:00 P.M. ESPN KEYN 103.7 FM—AMERICAN

AT CINCINNATICINCINNATI, OHIO FIFTH THIRD ARENA

 

FEB. 20 (WED) 8:00 P.M. ESPN2/ESPNU KEYN 103.7 FM—AMERICAN

AT TULSATULSA, OKLA. DONALD W. REYNOLDS CENTER

 

FEB. 23 (SAT) 7:00 P.M. ESPN2/ESPNU KEYN 103.7 FM—AMERICAN

VS. MEMPHISLIVE STATSWICHITA, KAN. CHARLES KOCH ARENA

 

FEB. 28 (THU) 6:00 P.M. ESPN/ESPN2 KEYN 103.7 FM AMERICAN

VS. UCONNLIVE STATSWICHITA, KAN. CHARLES KOCH ARENA

 

MAR. 3 (SUN) 1:00 P.M. CBS SPORTS NETWORK KEYN 103.7 FM—AMERICAN

AT SMULIVE STATSDALLAS, TEXAS MOODY COLISEUM

 

MAR. 5 (TUE) 8:00 P.M. CBS SPORTS NETWORK KEYN 103.7 FM—AMERICAN

VS. ECULIVE STATSWICHITA, KAN. CHARLES KOCH ARENA

 

MAR. 9 (SAT) 7:30 P.M. CBS SPORTS NETWORK KEYN 103.7 FM—AMERICAN

AT TULANENEW ORLEANS, LA. AVRON B. FOGELMAN ARENA

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  • AMERICAN ATHLETIC CONFERENCE CHAMPIONSHIP

MAR. 14 (THU)-MAR. 17 (SUN)

AMERICAN ATHLETIC CONFERENCE CHAMPIONSHIP

My daughter's Wichita State Shocker drawing
My daughter’s Wichita State Shocker drawing.

Go Shocks!

Shocker Man Cave Here

Christmas Lights in Wichita-Family Tradition

I think we can all agree that a really fun family tradition is taking the kids to see the Christmas lights in Wichita! I love the Christmas season as a whole and everything that goes along with it! Going to see light displays are some of the most cherished holiday memories I have from my early childhood.

Christmas lights in Wichita
Let it snow, let it snow.

I love revisiting those feelings by seeing my own kids enjoy that little part of Christmas wonder. In case you can’t wait any longer to find out, after the next few small paragraphs the list begins!

 

In our home we celebrate the birth of our Lord and Savior, Jesus Christ. He is the greatest gift of all, but we also enjoy many other aspects of the holiday in addition to The Reason for the Season. After all, it’s the most wonderful time of year, right!

It should be the case all year long, but this time of year especially is about giving thanks, appreciating and giving to our loved ones, and giving in some way to those we don’t even know. For many of us this time of year is also about remembering loved ones who are no longer with us.

Gingerbread is delicious. Yummy!
I want to eat you, Gingerbread man!

Those cornerstones along with several other pieces, put together a meaningful and complete Christmas puzzle. The tradition and wonder come together to compliment the Christmas Spirit that is all around us and in our hearts.

So grab some cookies, hot cocoa, or even some pie, and enjoy the ride!

 

Like a ticking time bomb, Wichita is going to burst with Christmas cheer after Thanksgiving Day when residential areas will be adorned with tens of thousands of lights to officially launch us into the Christmas season!

From small lighting presentations to complex showings with music, there’s a huge array of jolly entertainment for your entire family.

Here’s a list of a few very popular Christmas lighting displays from Wichita:

A number of light displays in the air capital accept contributions for their efforts and others charge a small fee. Additionally, a number of are in residential areas and are free to drive by.

Christmas Lights in Wichita- Family Tradition
Yummy.

Watch out for signs that show a radio station channel to turn to for music corresponding with the lights.

Santa's elves?
Little elves or little men?

 

 

 

 

 

Hello there.
Hi there.

Drive slowly and watch out for kids and elves!

The Arc’s Lights (Drive thru)

Arc's lights picture
Picture courtesy of the Arc’s lights.

2919 W 2nd St, Wichita, KS 67203Open November 22 – December 28…..2018 is the 22nd year Anniversary for The Arc’s Lights!A yearly convention in Wichita proceeds with the Arc’s lights. This event is just one of the most significant fundraisers organized by The Arc of Sedgwick County, together with contributions going to funding kids and adults with disabilities.

This event is exceptional particularly since almost all the Christmas light spectacles are made by volunteers working tirelessly to put this wonderful series together every year. The jolly fat man will also be around for photos the very first two weekends of this occasion.

Opening Night: Thanksgiving (Nov. 22nd)—5:30 to 9:00 pm; Donation night Fridays and Saturdays —5:30 to 10:00 pm; $10 Admission nights Sundays—5:30 to 9:00 pm; $10 Admission night

Mondays through Thursdays— 5:30 to 9:00 pm; Donation nights Extended Hours: Dec 19th, 20th, and 23rd, 5:30 – 10:00 pm Then Christmas Eve— 5:30 to 11:30 pm; Donation night

Entrance for The Arc’s Lights is at Douglas Ave and St Paul St. For more info. Click: TheArcsLights

Illuminations at Botanica (Walk thru)  

701 Amidon St, Wichita, KS 67203 (Right past Sim Golf Course) Open November 23 – December 31, excluding Christmas Eve and Christmas Day

Christmas Lights in Wichita- Family Tradition

Come and be involved in Wichita’s largest light exhibition at Botanica Illuminations. No known affiliation with the Illuminati  🙂

 

Gather up and take your family through over 30 enchanted Christmas gardens because it’s possible that you will love their more than 1 million dazzling lights and gorgeous chandelier trees.

 

Illuminations!
Click the picture to visit their site and more of their awesome photos!

Stop and buy some hot chocolate or apple cider, then s’mores or some yummy treats all throughout the displays. Midway through your walk if it’s your thing, wait in line to meet Jolly St. Nich.

There are warming stations along several paths plus the indoor area with music and plenty of seating. And you won’t miss the choreographed show with over 50,000 Christmas lights set to music.

Hours: 5:30 – 8:30 pm

Admission: $7 Kids, $10 Adults, $7 Members

Click for their website

Christmas at the McKinneys’ 

1462 N Coolidge, Wichita, KS 67203

Referred to as the very ideal Christmas light exhibition in Wichita, Christmas at the McKinneys’ is just a typical home where the household takes far from typical pride in their own holiday merriment. Ice crystals

The display remains open to all. Donations are accepted and shared among different charity organizations. Open November 22 – December 31
Hours: Opens nightly at 5:30 pm
Admission: Free

Candy Cane Lane

1021 N Azure Cir, Wichita, KS 67235 Opens November 22 Admission: Free

Candy Cane Lane
Candy Cane Lane picture from their Facebook page.

This west Wichita display of group holiday effort incorporates many homes in one particular neighborhood who are definitely enthused about the Christmas season.

You may want to bring your camera to capture shots like the one above as you go through the whole display, as you can also share photos on their Facebook page.

Lights On TEXAS

11603 W Texas St. Wichita, KS 67209

Santa Claus and wife.
The Christmas Clauses

Formerly Called Lights on Lawrence, their 300,000-light Exhibition has ventured into the west side to preserve its own Cheermeister glory. A wonderful mixture of conventional brightly colored lights.

Several of those displays have a brief history in light shows from around the river city, such as a portion of a massive display at 17th and Park place that stuck around for over 2 decades.

Drop by Lights on Texas on your own Christmas lighting tour. Opens November 22

Hours: Opens nightly at 5:30 pm   Admission: Free

Click here for more info.

Lights on Gold Street

Address: 5336 S. Gold, Wichita, Kansas.

Lights on Gold Street
Nice!

(beautiful pic. from their website)

Jump in the car and listen to 99.5FM to see more than 13,000 lights dancing in sync to some great Yule Tide music. This private light series is available to all the Wheat-land people and it has been around since 2009.

Kick off the celebration at Lights on Gold Street around Thanksgiving and adore the display of lights through the New Year.

Hours of Operation:
Sunday – Thursday: 5:30 PM – 10 PM
Friday – Saturday: 5:30 PM – Midnight

Pictures and Website

Marshall Family Christmas
620 N. Stratford, Wichita, KS

The effort of a single family will pay off as people will be attracted to the joy of The Marshall Family Christmas-lights to east Wichita. With Christmas light displays at to 5:30 pm, drop by once you get off work and listen to 91.7FM to know the music which matches with the lights.

 

The display is absolutely completely free of charge, but all contributions will go to aid the Lord’s Diner along with St. Anthony Family Shelter at Wichita.

Open November 22 – January 6
Hours: Opens nightly at 5 pm
Admission: Free

Christmas Lights at the North Pole Express Substation

1841 S. Glenn, Wichita KS 67213

Drop by the Sub Station for Christmas lights, then meet the Jolly-C.L.A.U.S. Inc. man and feel the enchantment of The Reason for the Season. It’s fun for your entire family!

Here’s the 2018 schedule: Nov. 22-Dec. 23 6-9 p.m. Free  (Donations accepted)

 Nov. 23, 24, 29, 30—Dec. 1, 6, 7, 8, 13, 14, 15, 20, 21, 22, 23. Open at 6 pm.  Closes at 9 pm.  For more info. click here: https://www.clausinc.org/north-pole

 

These are merely some of the extraordinary light displays in Wichita this year.

Feel free to share more places with great lights in or around Wichita. These are just a few that we enjoy. 

Also, we welcome your Christmas memories of any kind that you would like to share! Thanks for visiting our blog and Wichita flag themed clothing store.

Alexa

 

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