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June Educational Seminar

You’re invited to an educational seminar on Mental Health and Managing Stress. Join Kathy Mosher from Central Kansas Mental Health Center for a focus on mental health and how the body and mind process and manage stress vs. toxic stress. Click here for more information and to register.

First Adjournment Legislative Report

Weekly Legislative Report: First Adjournment April 6-9, 2021 The Kansas Legislature adjourned the 2021 regular session last Friday evening after a very busy week of conference committees and floor debate. From taxes and budget to guns and elections, lawmakers wrapped up most of the larger items on this year’s agenda. The omnibus budget bill, education Read More…

21 in 2021 – 21 ways to get more involved in tourism this year!

21 in 2021 — 21 ways to get more involved in tourism this year! Let’s just get it out of the way. 2020 was awful. Our industry (and many others) suffered one of the worst downturns most of us can recall, and the entire world was gripped by fear, loss and uncertainty. We won’t be Read More…

Registration is open for the 2020 Kansas Tourism Conference

What a year! Get ready to celebrate the travel and tourism industry at the Kansas Tourism Conference in Liberal, October 19-21, 2020. Be a part of the Kansas tourism industry’s “don’t miss” conference of the year. Registration is now open! Enjoy inspiring speakers, valuable educational information and fun networking opportunities. Kansas has so much travel Read More…

COVID-19 Update for Kansas Tourism

On April 1, 2020, the Kansas Department of Wildlife, Parks & Tourism, in conjunction with TIAK, hosted a virtual meeting for Kansas Tourism and Hospitality Industry members to hear from leaders on relevant COVID-19 related issues. KDWPT Secretary Brad Loveless, along with Director of Tourism Bridgette Jobe, and Treon Glenn from U.S. Travel answered pre-submitted Read More…

Kansas Travel Update for COVID-19

Kansas Tourism is continuing to monitor the rapidly developing and changing Coronavirus effects in Kansas. On Thursday, Kansas Governor Kelly declared a state of emergency to maximize efforts authorizing the use of state resources to assist with response and recovery operations in affected counties. We continue to encourage the traveling public to seek and heed Read More…

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