The Kansas Book Festival gets underway tomorrow (SAT) at the Kansas Museum of History in Topeka. Mary Brownback, the First Lady of Kansas, will open the festivities at 8:45 am. She says the event is designed for an entire day of family-friendly events, all in one place:
The programs will feature storytelling, songs and presentations by Kansas authors. The keynote address will be delivered by David Eisenhower, who has written a book about his grandfather, President Dwight Eisenhower. A program schedule is available online at kansasbookfestival.com.