A new documentary highlights women of the Flint Hills, including the woman who helped start the first symphony on the prairie, which later became the annual Symphony in the Flint Hills. The documentary is called "Prairie Women: Engaging Women of the Flint Hills“ and it will premiere at the Granada Theatre in Emporia this Sunday (March 11). The film's producer is veteran photojournalist Dave Kendall, of Prairie Hollow Productions, who also produced this sneak preview for Kansas Public Radio.
That's a segment from the new documentary "Prairie Women: Engaging Women of the Flint Hills," produced by Dave Kendall. The film debuts at the Granada Theatre in Emporia this Sunday (March 11). For more information, visit the Events page at www.prairiehollow.net. Or, connect on Facebook.
On Wednesday, March 14, the documentary will be broadcast on WIBW TV in Topeka.
Public screenings will also take place in Manhattan (March 22) and Abilene (April 15). KCPT Public TV in Kansas City will broadcast the documentary on Thursday, March 22.