Annual Events in Mulvane

Mulvane hosts a wide variety of annual events that occur throughout the year.  These events take place all over Mulvane with a majority happening in the historic downtown.

Hope to see you at the next Mulvane Community Event!

Ballet in the Park

This annual event takes place in Main Street Park every June.  Nancy Armstrong works to arrange the dates with the ballet troupe and a group of generous supporters make sure that the community has an opportunity to see these family friendly performances. Although this...

Mulvane Christmas Celebration

Mulvane Annual Christmas Celebration (Sponsored by the Mulvane Chamber of Commerce) 104 Prather Mulvane, KS 67110 (316) 777-4850      This small Kansas town, with its historic architecture and a downtown anchored by the Mulvane Historical Museum, housed in the former...

Mulvane Community Easter Egg Hunt

      Annual Mulvane Community Easter Egg Hunt (Sponsored by the Mulvane Chamber of Commerce & Member Businesses) 104 Prather Mulvane, KS 67110 (316) 777-4850        Lorem ipsum dolor sit amet, consectetur adipisicing elit, sed do eiusmod tempor incididunt ut labore...

Ted Powers Band Day

This event began in 2018 and is brought to you by the Mulvane Downtown Revitalization Program and the Mulvane Community Foundation.  If you'd like to volunteer or donate funds in support of this event please contact the Mulvane Community Foundation at...

Golden Egg Hunt

This annual event takes place in Downtown Mulvane at 11:30am on the Saturday preceding Easter.  More than 20 Golden Eggs are hidden from the Museum on West Main Street to the East End of Main Street Park.  Each Golden Egg contains a number that correlates directly to...

Mulvane Old Settlers Celebration

    Mulvane Old Settlers PO Box 141 Mulvane, KS 67110 (316) 259-8814          Mulvane Old Settlers is a Mulvane tradition that has been taking place for 145 years! This celebration takes place on the third weekend of August every year. There are many events for Old...

Doc Sunback Film Festival

The festival is named after the local pioneer veterinarian, Dr. Willis O. "Doc" Sunback, who was born in 1879. He was a good doctor & was even trusted to help people with their ailments when a medical doctor wasn't available. He lived to be 81 and is still personally...

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