Symphony in the Flint Hills, Inc. celebrates the history, ecology and culture of the last stand of native
Tallgrass Prairie through music and place-based education. Each spring, 7,000 kindred spirits gather for our
Signature Event, a world-class symphony concert in an unmatched prairie setting. Through year-round programming,
Symphony in the Flint Hills, Inc. works to deepen the understanding of the ecological and cultural
significance of the Kansas Flint Hills.



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News of Note

SFH and Camp Wood YMCA Present Joyful Noise

Thursday, September 4th, 2014
People of all ages and musical abilities are invited to connect with nature and music at Joyful Noise Music and Prairie Camp. Symphony in the Flint Hills and Camp Wood YMCA will co-host this event on Saturday, September 27, 2014 at Camp Wood YMCA in Elmdale, Kansas.

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SFH Hosting Online Art Auction

Thursday, June 26th, 2014
For the first time, Symphony in the Flint Hills’ Prairie Art Exhibit and Silent Auction will be online and open to the public.

“High winds during our event caused us to seek an alternative that would be safer for the art,” said Executive Director Christy Davis. “We are thrilled to partner with KC Auction Company to take our auction online.”

Forty-six paintings by 31 artists were selected through a juried process earlier this year. The pieces must thematically or geographically reference the beauty of the Flint Hills.

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SFH Restores Historic Prairie

Wednesday, January 8th, 2014
Although the 2013 Symphony in the Flint Hills at Fort Riley is now a memory for those who attended, one impact of the event lives on through a restored section of tallgrass prairie that sits atop Fort Riley’s historic Grant Ridge just south of Marshall Field and I-70.

Named in honor of General Ulysses S. Grant, Grant Ridge formed the southern boundary of the original 1853 Fort Riley Military Reservation. At that time, the ridge offered a quintessential view of the Flint Hills—one unobstructed by a single tree.

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