Ladies and Gentlemen, I am delighted to present KANSAS IS ROMANTIC!

My name is Jacquée T.  I am the website hostess — and your tour guide in navigating ways the Sunflower State may appeal to your romantic nature!


Please link to the Radio Podcast player on the right, to hear the latest ‘A romantic in Kansas’ Radio Podcast episode that officially introduces this website.
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KANSAS IS ROMANTIC is a canvas in progress!

We continue to add more content, presenting information, announcements and features to showcase how KANSAS is a place like no other.

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Check out this KANSAS Fun Fact: For women’s rights!

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     Kansas became a state in 1861 and from the start, Kansas women have been integral in campaigning for their right to vote.
         They began with fighting for rights in district school elections, where they accomplished limited voting rights for widows with children.
Kansas women, and the organizations they led, continued fight, and won the right for women to vote in Municipal Elections in 1887.
In 1912, they conquered women’s right to vote in all Kansas elections.
     This held significant influence on women’s voting rights – eight years before the national recognition for women’s right to vote, via the 19th Amendment to the United States Constitution.

     *This is one of the items in the “Kansas Fun Facts” menu at the footer of this page.
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Our Sponsors are romantic!

     They’re based in Kansas, and they may add quality to your day. Visit their profiles by linking to the Sponsor Menu above.
     
For example: THE GREAT OVERLAND STATION in Topeka!

Host your event inside a vintage train pavilion restored to its original majesty – or plan a group tour.
     The Great Overland Station was deemed “one of the finest passenger stations on the line” when it opened in 1927. Today it is renewed as a Railroad Museum, and is listed on the National Register of Historic Places.
     This makes an inspiring backdrop for your wedding or business conference. Also, the Railroad Museum makes an educational
                                                                                destination for group tours.
     To boot, while this is no longer a passenger station, freight trains run by regularly. And all guests enjoy the clamor only trains may bring.
     For more information, visit GreatOverlandStation.com.