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January 26, 2019, 8:30 PM - January 27, 2019, 3:00 AM @ Santa Fe Depot
Join us for a Paranormal Event inside one of Dodge City's treasured historical sites, The Depot Theater! Spend the evening with Road Trip Paranormal learning the history of the Depot and allow the team to help you investigate the spirits of the past! Is there a cowboy still lurking around, a young woman who is heard along the stairs, or former railroad workers? Only way to find out is to join us for this fun evening to benefit The Depot Theater!
Road Trip Paranormal encourages you to bring cameras, flashlight and any paranormal gear you might have. Video will be running all night in hopes of capturing the spirits that will be with us!!
Meet at the Depot Theater Lobby at 8:30pm for meet and greet and a historical talk on the Santa Fe Depot!!!! The Ghost Hunt begins at 9:00pm and will end around 3:00am. Snacks and coffee will be offered during the evening.
January 27, 2019, All Day
All federal and state laws apply.
Tail feather must be attached to the bird for entry. Drop off locations include; Pawnee Valley Lodge - Jetmore, Crop Production Services - Jetmore, Horsethief Reservoir - Jetmore, Pride Ag Station - Hanston, Pride Ag Feedmill - Dodge City, Tractor Supply Company - Dodge City
January 27, 2019, All Day @ Ford County KS
During the 2018-2019 pheasant hunting season, 150 banded pheasants will be released in Ford County. “Bounty Bird” GOLD numbered leg bands will correlate with a predetermined community prize. “Rooster Roundup” RED numbered leg bands will be entered into a grand prize drawing. If you are lucky enough to bag one of the banded pheasants, hunters will need to bring the leg band to the Dodge City Visitors Center at 400 West Wyatt Earp to register the band and claim your prize. This is a great opportunity for hunters as there are more chances to win prizes when you hunt in Ford County!
January 27, 2019, 2:00 PM - 4:00 PM @ Dodge City Community College
Children are negligent of social boundaries not because they don’t have the understanding. The most common part is for their right profile to be posted on social media. This might be anything from images of awkward intimate moments to their home addresses. If others can see it, so can you parents and this is where you need to dust yourself up before something terrible happens. We will teach you how to manage your kids at "Child Internet Safety Event"