Celebrating Bonner Springs' Heritage
The Bonner Springs-Edwardsville Chamber of Commerce
sponsors Tiblow Days
, the city's annual heritage festival. It is celebrated the last weekend in August, prior to Labor Day. Bonner Springs was originally named Tiblow in honor of Henry Tiblow, a Delaware Indian who operated a ferry across the Kansas River. The city was renamed Bonner Springs in the 1880s.
Visit the Bonner Springs-Edwardsville Chamber of Commerce to sign up as a vendor, sponsor, and find more details.
This popular festival has grown to a three-day affair.
Thursday Evening - Mayor's Banquet and Carnival
Friday - Carnival, Vendor Booths, City Band Concert, Live Music and Ice Cream Social
Saturday - Parade, Tiblow Trot, Car Show, Vendor Booths, Carnival, Live Music
Activities and events take place at Centennial Park, K-32 (Cedar Street) and Second Street, K-32 and Third Street, Oak Street, Second Street and Elm.