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Newton Visitor Guide

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Contents Arts ........................................................ 8-9 Museums & history ............................... 10-11 Dining ................................................. 12-14 Shopping ............................................. 15-18 Lodging .................................................... 19 Meetings & group events ........................... 20 Outdoor activities ................................ 21-23 Community events ............................... 24-27 Community information ....................... 28-29 Local map ............................................ 30-31


Newton Convention & Visitors Bureau 201 E. Sixth St., Newton, KS 67114 316-284-3642 ToNewton.com

Free visitor information kiosks: Inside Newton City Hall, 201 E. Sixth Street, Newton Inside Back Alley Pizza, 125 W. Sixth Street, Newton Bethel College student center, 300 E. 27th Street North, North Newton


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Warkentin House Museum

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Mennonite Heritage

From bierocks to zwiebacks, Newton’s Mennonite Heritage is alive and well in its food traditions. Find bierocks — traditional beef and cabbage stuffed buns — on the menu at several restaurants, including daily at The Breadbasket. Looking to sample more? Breadbasket hosts a full German buffet on Friday and Saturday nights. Local festivals also feature many traditional Mennonite and German flavors, too.

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Looking for something sweet? Druber’s is a downtown institution with late-night hours, frequented by college students, locals, and Amtrak passengers looking for food and coffee in the middle of the night. Open at 11:30 most nights, it serves glazed and cake donuts and local favorite peanut butter rolls until 1 p.m.


Prairy Market Production Kitchen

Art lover


Sunflower Mural


Blue Sky Sculpture

Newton’s newest mural is the first project of the Newton Murals & Arts Project. It is located on the back side of the building at 526 Main St. Grab a cup of coffee and take a look as you explore Newton’s historic downtown.

No art lover’s trip to Newton would be complete without a visit to the Blue Sky Sculpture. Listed as one of 8 Wonders of Kansas Art, this sculpture is located in Centennial Park and captures the whimsy of the everchanging Kansas sky. Enjoy it from a distance at the observation bench, or check it out up close. Steps lead up to the sculpture’s platform.


Warkentin House

Ever wondered just how Kansas earned its reputation as the “Breadbasket of America”? Bernhard Warkentin made significant contributions to that. Visit his family’s large Victorian home, which still contains 75% of its original contents and learn how this Newtonian influenced the agricultural history of Kansas.

2 Historic Walking Tour Newton’s Main Street is a National Historic District, lined with buildings dating to the 1800s. Pick up a copy of the Downtown Historic Walking Tour and learn more about the buildings that today house locally-owned restaurants and shops. Guides are available at Newton City Hall, Newton Public Library and Anderson’s Book & Office Supply.

Photo by Mark Alexander

Grab a stool and watch as Prairy Market & Deli staff bake thousands of tiny cookies in the new production kitchen. Sample them all in store and find your favorite to take home. Flavors include traditional peppernuts, chocolate crunch, lemon sugar and orange dream cookies and wine tasting crackers.


For more information about places to eat, see pages 12-14.

For more information about arts and culture, see pages 8-9.

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History buff

Carriage Factory Art Gallery

History meets art in this former Newton Carriage Works turned art gallery. Come see one of the current exhibitions, or join us for an opening reception or monthly Third Thursday entertainment. While you’re there, pick up a unique, locally made piece to take home. If you love artisan-made items, also visit Clayworks Gallery, Gathered Goods and Eau Lily while you’re downtown.


Chisholm Trail Born a trail head on the Chisholm Trail in 1871, Newton’s first years were rowdy. Though little remains of the cattle trail days, a few significant sites are still visible. A new historical marker tells the story of the Hide Park Massacre, and swales from the running of the cattle can still be seen near the Kauffman Museum in North Newton. For more information about local sites, visit www. ToNewton.com/chisholm-trailhistory.html or pick up a copy of the Historic Newton Driving Tour map.

For more information about history and museums, see pages 10-11.


Outdoor enthusiast

Sand Creek Trail

Known as the “Trail of Two Cities,” Sand Creek Trail winds along its namesake creek from the heart of Newton into North Newton. Round trip, the trail covers 7 miles. In Newton, it is mostly paved and features several parks and playgrounds, restrooms, a boat dock for paddlers and water fountains for people and pets. In North Newton, interpretive signs tell about the area’s history and heritage and a dirt path leads into a wooded grove at Bethel College’s Memorial Garden.

Photo by Beth Hostetler

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If an afternoon on the golf course is your type of outdoor fun, don’t miss Sand Creek Station Golf Course. Host site of the last-ever USGA Amateur Public Links tournament in 2014, this course regularly hosts NCAA tournaments and hosts its first pro tournament in May 2019. Look for special rates and public tournaments throughout the year.


Athletic Park

Grab the family and a picnic basket and enjoy a relaxing afternoon in Athletic Park. Shelters and barbecue grills make enjoying an outdoor meal easy. The kids can enjoy a playground and the municipal swimming pool. Other activities include sand volleyball, horseshoes, tennis, basketball and even camping. Don’t miss the Mennonite Settler Statue while you’re there.

For more information about outdoor recreation and activities, see pages 21-23.



No matter what your interest, you’ll find plenty to do in Newton What do you look for when you travel? Maybe you want to discover great local flavors at unique restaurants. Perhaps you want to experience a community’s culture through its art. Are you looking for new perspectives on the past? Or maybe just looking for some fresh air and change of scenery. Newton offers a rich mix of activities, attractions and special events for visitors and residents of all ages. Here you’ll find a few ideas to get you started planning what to see and do in our community. On the following pages, you’ll find extensive information about the things that make our community special. Whether you’re here for a few hours, a few days or to stay, there’s plenty to see and do in Newton. We welcome you and invite you to explore our community. For more information about Newton, contact the Newton Convention & Visitors Bureau at 316-284-3642 or visit www. ToNewton.com.

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Local arts scene From canvas to stage and in between, creativity is alive in Newton Performing Arts Bethel College 27th & North Main St., North Newton Numerous performances feature choral and instrumental ensembles, including the college’s popular jazz band. Theater students give multiple performances, and the college hosts visiting performers and lecturers. bethelks.edu · 316-283-2500 Hesston Bethel Performing Arts Series Various locations in Harvey County This series features nationally and internationally recognized performers, which vary each season. hesstonbethel.org · 620-327-8144 Newton Area Arts & Culture This collaboration of local performing arts groups and museums presents the Spring into the Arts celebration and members offer additional performances throughout the year. Tonewton.com/newtonksarts.html 316-284-3642

Carriage Factory Art Gallery

Galleries Carriage Factory Art Gallery 128 E. 6th St., Newton Rotating exhibits feature local and regional artists, a gift shop, workshops and classes for all ages. carriagefactoryartgallery.com • 316-284-2749 Robert W. Regier Art Gallery Inside Luyken Fine Arts Center at Bethel College, North Newton Exhibits feature student and faculty art as well as local, regional and national artists. bethelks.edu · 316-283-2500 Newton Mid-Kansas Symphony Orchestra 8 • Newton Visitor Guide

Newton Mid-Kansas Symphony Orchestra Various locations in the Newton area The orchestra typically performs four concerts annually. nmkso.org · 316-772-3265

Public Art Blue Sky Sculpture Centennial Park, 12th & Kansas Ave., Newton One of the 8 Wonders of Kansas Art, this large sculpture captures the whimsy of the Kansas sky. 316-284-3642 Imagineers South side of 304 N. Main St., Newton This mural features symbols relevant to the history of the Newton area, including the railroad, Hispanic and Mennonite heritage, farming and the Chisholm Trail. 316-284-3642 Mennonite Settler Statue Athletic Park, Newton This sculpture honors Mennonite farmers and Kansas’ wheat heritage. 316-284-3642


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Sunflower Mural East side of 526 N. Main St., Newton This brightly colored mural is a new addition to downtown. It was completed with the help of community volunteers and high school art students. facebook.com/newtonmurals 316-518-6363

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The Breadbasket 219 North Main Street • Newton, Kansas • (316)283-3811

The Breadbasket is the best place in Newton to get a home-style meal from some of the nicest people around. Whether you prefer a specialty buffet or you've only got time for breakfast, we'd love to serve you!

Breakfast Buffet: 6:30 a.m.- 10:30 a.m. Lunch: MON-SAT 10:45 am.- 3:00 p.m. Sunday Buffet: 10:30 a.m.- 2:00 p.m. German Buffet: Fri & Sat 4:00 p.m.- 8:00 p.m. Homemade Soups Peppernuts Homemade Pies & Cinnamon Rolls Deli-Style Sandwiches Special Orders Welcome! “Let Us Bake For You!” Mon-Thurs 6:30 a.m.- 5:30 p.m. • Fri & Sat - Open until 8 p.m. • Sun 10:30 a.m. - 2:00 p.m. Newton Visitor Guide • 9

History lessons

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Museums, historical tours offer visitors a step back in time Museums

WPA Dolls, local history & genealogy

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Family shows, play area, things to read

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Harvey County Historical Museum & Archives 203 N. Main, Newton A great stop for both history lovers and researchers. Permanent exhibits include Harvey County Hall and a restored one-room school house. hchm.org · 316-283-2221

Kansas Day at Kauffman Museum

Kauffman Museum 27th & North Main, North Newton This Bethel College museum tells the story of Mennonite migration in addition to hosting special events and exhibits. kauffman.bethel.edu 316-283-1612 Warkentin House Museum 211 E. 1st St., Newton This Victorian home offers a glimpse into the lives of a historically important family in the late 1800s and early 1900s. warkentinhouse.org · 316-284-3642 or 316-283-3113

Self-guided historical tours Historic Newton Downtown Walking Tour

Downtown Newton Walking Tour www.ToNewton.com/plan-your-visit.html This 38-page guidebook offers historical photos and information about the buildings located on Main Street from 1st to 8th streets. It is free and available at Newton City Hall, Newton Public Library and Anderson’s Office Supply.

Historic Newton Driving Tour newtondrivingtour.com This fold-out map features three routes: Architecture, Mexican American/ Railroad/Chisholm Trail History, and Mennonite Heritage. It is free and available at Newton City Hall, Newton Public Library and Anderson’s Office Supply. The accompanying website offers additional images and information about featured properties. 10 • Newton Visitor Guide

A L i t t l e b i t o f e v e ry t h i n g In downtown Newton...

Market Your source for natural foods, local seasonal and organic produce, locally sourced specialty meats and bulk products. Photo by Mark Alexander

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Ask the locals ... What is something not to miss when you visit Newton? Definitely visit our three historic districts — two downtown districts and one residential district. There is much history about Newton’s beginnings along the Chisholm Trail and the Santa Fe Railroad mainline that is memorialized in those historic districts. ­— Barth Hague, Newton City Commission

National Historic Districts

Find freshly prepared deli items and baked goods everyday, including scratch made breads, hot soups, and entrees.

J u i c e Ba r Made to order Juices and Smoothies, Kombucha and Cold Brew on Tap. Check out our featured drink of the month!

Production Kitchen Watch as thousands of tiny cookies roll through our ovens before they are packed up and sent out across the country!

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Downtown National Historic Districts I & II Main Street from 2nd to 8th streets, Newton Technically two districts, one on either side of the railroad tracks, this area features buildings dating from the 1800s and early 1900s, including Newton’s iconic depot. A walking tour guide is available at City Hall.

This unique space is perfect for everything from business meetings to baby showers to receptions. Ask about our Catering services!

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McKinley National Residential District West of Main Street between 5th and SE 2nd streets, Newton This residential district is one of the largest residential historic districts in Kansas and features a variety of historic architecture, from Italianate and Victorian designs dating to the early 1800s to bungalow and ranch-style properties.


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Local eats Come hungry! There’s plenty of variety at Newton-area restaurants 12 Brew Drive Thru This drive-through coffee bar offers signature espresso and coffee drinks, milk shakes, smoothies, hot chocolate, baked goods, kids’ menu and other treats. 220 E. 12th • (316) 804-7744 Acapulco Mexican Restaurant This family-owned Mexican restaurant features fajitas, handmade tamales, enchiladas, tacos and combination platters as well as a wide selection of margaritas, beers and cocktails. 217 W. Broadway • (316) 283-6026 Aki Japanese Kitchen Aki serves Japanese cuisine including ramen, sushi, sashimi, teriyaki, tempura and katsu. 1400 S. Kansas • (316) 283-8999 Back Alley Pizza This downtown restaurant offers scatch-made dough and sauce for its popular selection of brick oven-fired pizzas, as well as sandwiches, salads and breadsticks. Outdoor seating available. 125 W. 6th • (316) 804-4924 The Breadbasket Breadbasket has been a downtown favorite for 30 years. It features a breakfast buffet, soups, salads, sandwiches as well as freshly baked goods at lunch and a German buffet on Friday and Saturday evenings. 219 N. Main • (316) 283-3811 Casa Fiesta Casa Fiesta offers Mexican fare with daily food and drink specials just north of downtown. Full bar. 12 • Newton Visitor Guide

Outdoor seating available. 1607 N. Main • (316) 283-7960 Charlie’s Restaurant Located near I-135 in Newell Travel Center, Charlie’s Restaurant offers family dining favorites and a buffet. 200 Manchester • (316) 283-0790 Chente’s Authentic Mexican restaurant offering tortas, gorditas, tacos, burritos, fajitas, quesadillas, meat by the pound, a children’s menu and small grocery store. 123 W. Broadway • (316) 333-1294 China Inn China Inn serves a variety of Asian favorites and lunch specials in downtown Newton. 411 N. Main • (316) 283-6295 Chong’s Chong’s offers Asian fare and is located just north of the downtown business district. 1816 N. Main • (316) 283-8250 Curtis C’s Diner Curtis C’s Diner has served the Newton community for more than 15 years, offering breakfast, lunch and dinner, daily specials and soups, sandwiches, homemade pies and a children’s menu. 1039 Washington • (316) 283-6333 Druber’s Daylight Donuts Opening by 11:30 p.m. nightly, Druber’s offers donuts and homemade pies to night owls as well as lunch options such as sandwiches and soups. 116 W. 6th • (316) 283-1206

El Toro Café This family-owned Mexican café is located just west of Main Street. Cash or check only. 121 W. 5th • (316) 283-4044 Genova Italian Restaurant Genova offers appetizers, soups, salads, pizza, favorite Italian entrées, stromboli and a kids’ menu. Located in the Cedar Village Shopping Center south of downtown. 1021 Washington • (316) 587-8099 Gurty’s Burgers & Shakes Gurty’s offers gourmet burger creations and buildyour-own options as well as specialty hand-dipped ice cream shakes, appetizers, sandwiches, and take-and-bake options. 214 E. 12th • (316) 333-1878 Kiko’s Kiko’s is a fast casual burrito company specializing in carne asada and featuring signature sauces, and a creative approach to Mexican-American street munchies. 1728 N. Main • (316) 804-4200 Le J’s Bar-B-Q Le J’s offers a variety of smoked meats, including ribs, brisket, turkey and pulled pork, as well as sandwiches, family packs and traditional sides. Located in the Chisholm Trail Shopping Center off of Exit 28 on I-135. 601 SE 36th, Ste. 108 • (316) 283-0802 Lupe’s Carry Out Lupe’s offers Mexican fare for take-out. A small

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number of tables are available in an attached covered area. Located south of downtown. 1305 Washington • (316) 283-5502

What is something not to miss when you visit Newton?

Mojo’s Coffee Bar This coffee shop at Bethel College in North Newton offers a variety of beverages as well as breakfast and lunch options. Outdoor seating. It has a kiosk location at Newton Medical Center. 600 Medical Center Drive, Newton 300 E. 27th, North Newton • (316) 284-5204 Moxie Grill This bar and grill offers appetizers, burgers, sandwiches, drink specials and occasional live music. Wednesday burger night is a local favorite. Outdoor seating. 1420 Old Main • (316) 212-1668 Newton Donut This north-side donut shop also offers kolaches, biscuits and croissants. 1710 N. Main • (316) 587-8188 Norm’s Coffee Bar This favorite downtown coffee shop moved into a renovated space on Main Street and serves a wide variety of classic espresso drinks, brewed coffee, blended drinks and teas, smoothies as well as breakfast items and specialty waffles. 613 N. Main • (316) 804-4360 Panda Hibachi Grill & Buffet Express This restaurant is located in Cedar Village Shopping Center and offers a choice of hibachi and traditional Asian combos on its buffet. 427 SE 10th • (316) 804-7700

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If taking a “food tour” in Newton was a thing, I would encourage every visitor in Newton to take it! Our community is so rich in different flavors and styles of food that I believe makes Newton stand out. Newton caters to all cravings, so no matter what you’re in the mood for, there’s an opportunity to enjoy the unique tastes of Newton’s pizzas, soups and salads, homemade German food, the infamous peppernuts, Italian food, coffee and pastries… the menu items go on! Not only will you leave fully satisfied by the food, but you will have had the chance to meet the small business owners who are the heart behind these restaurants and leave with the sense of the amazing community that is Newton. — Courtney Critchfield, Newton Area Chamber of Commerce Newton Visitor Guide • 13

Prairy Market & Deli Formerly known as Prairie Harvest, this downtown deli and bakery offers a lunch menu of daily specials with vegetarian and gluten-free options such as soups, wraps, salads and hummus, and a juice and kombucha bar. Dinner is served each Thursday evening. The restaurant and retail store also offer daily selections of baked goods and local produce and locally made Salted Creamery small-batch ice cream. 601 N. Main • (316) 283-6623 Under 701 Café All of the entrees at this downtown Newton cafe are advertised as having 700 calories or less. Offerings include fresh salads, paninis, wraps and smoothies. A kids’ menu, gluten-free and vegetarian options and catering are also available. 701 N. Main • (316) 587-8111 Water’s Edge This Hesston restaurant offers homestyle cooking and a variety of daily specials. Full breakfast and lunch menu available Monday-Friday. Dinner served Thursday-Saturday. 701 S. Main, Hesston • 620-327-4099 Regional & national chains Applebee’s, Arby’s, Billy Sims Barbecue, Braum’s, Burger King, Domino’s Pizza, Great Wall, KFC, Little Caesar’s Pizza, McDonald’s, Papa John’s Pizza, Pizza Hut, Sonic, Subway, Taco Bell, Taco Tico, Wendy’s

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Cactus Crossing Western Boutique & Tack

Antiques, Collectibles & Vintage

Henry’s Chase, 108 W. Broadway Layman’s Antique Mall & Flea Market, 703 N. Main, 316-282-1212 Metcalf Sisters’ Antiques, 224 N. Main, 316-283-5570 Road Runner Sales, 415 N. Main, 316-258-0907 Wharf Road, 413 N. Main, 316-204-5068, 316-283-3579

Art Galleries, Handmade Goods & Framing

Artisan Reflections, at Chisholm Trail Shopping Center, 601 SE 36th, 316-284-1112 Carriage Factory Art Gallery, 128 E. Sixth, 316-284-2749 Clayworks Gallery, 417 N. Main, 316-284-0636 Gathered Goods, 625 N. Main, 316-803-1147 Eau Lily Boutique, 712 N. Main, 316-284-0390 River Mill Woods, at Chisholm Trail Shopping Center, 601 SE 36th, 316-804-8905

Bicycle Sales & Service

Newton Bike Shop, 131 W. 6th, 316-243-2070

Book Stores

Anderson’s Book & Office Supply, 627 N. Main, 316-283-3570 Book ReViews, 707 N. Main, 316-283-3442 Faith & Life Bookstore, 606 N. Main, 316-283-2210

Clothing & Shoes

Bella Veil Bridal Boutique, 601 N. Main, 316-333-1258 Cato Fashions, 401 Windward Drive, 316-283-8548 Cactus Crossing Western Boutique & Tack, 617 N. Main, 316-333-8150 Famous Footwear, at Chisholm Trail Shopping Center, 601 SE 36th, 316-284-9669 The Graphic Tee, at Chisholm Trail Shopping Center, 601 SE 36th, 316-804-7800 Newton Visitor Guide • 15


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Khaos Apparel, at Chisholm Trail Shopping Center, 601 SE 36th, 316-804-4900 Main Street Co., 611 N. Main, Newton, 316-283-5745 Moyo Clothing, 615 N. Main, Newton, 316-804-7170 Roz and Ali, at Chisholm Trail Shopping Center, 601 SE 36th, 316-283-0484 The T-Shirt Bar, 1027 Washington, 316-282-3399 Vanderbilt’s, at the Chisholm Trail Shopping Center, 601 SE 36th, 316-804-4171

Convenience Stores

Casey’s General Store, 1815 W. 1st, 316-283-7206 CT Happy Store, 129 W. Broadway, 316-283-1357 EZ Trip, 100 S. Main, 316-283-0780 Kwik Shop North, 1220 N. Main, 316-283-1957 Kwik Shop South, 1315 Washington, 316-283-0562 Newell Travel Center, 200 Manchester, 316-283-4000

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Charlotte’s Sew Natural, 710 N. Main, 316-284-2547 Creation Station, 605 N. Main, 316-772-0883 Game On, at Chisholm Trail Shopping Center, 601 SE 36th, 316-804-4942 GameStop, 413 Windward Drive, 316-283-4033 Treasured Fabric, 511 N. Main, 316-804-7119

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Where’s your favorite place to shop local? My favorite place to shop local is Prairie Harvest! Conveniently, it’s located right between my home and my job, which makes it my favorite downtown place to grab lunch! I’ve recently been enjoying their juice bar, as well as their variety of homemade treats! ­— Ashleigh Lakey, Norm’s Coffee Bar

Trinity Heights United Methodist Church 1200 Boyd Avenue, Newton, Kansas Located across from Newton High School Entrance located off of Trinity Drive




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Badda Bloom Floral, 104 E. Broadway, 316-712-9613 Flowers by Ruzen, 520 Washington, 316-283-1780

Food Retail & Grocery Stores

Braum’s, 1209 E. 1st, 316-283-7509 Dillon’s North, 1216 N. Main, 316-283-4180 Dillon’s South, 1410 S. Kansas, 316-284-3720 Gillispie Meats, 420 E. Broadway, 316-283-1661 Meridian Grocery, 101 S. Meridian, 316-283-4374 Prairy Market & Deli, 601 N. Main, 316-283-6623 Walmart, 1701 S. Kansas, 316-284-0555

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Baker Furniture & Carpet, at Chisholm Trail Shopping Center, 601 E. 36th, 316-283-8118 Furniture Warehouse, 200 N. Main, 316-283-8536 Heritage Home Furnishings, 200 W. Broadway, 316-283-1818 Marshall Furniture, 126 E. 5th, 316-283-0690


B&B Lumber, 1601 W. 1st, 316-283-0700 Chisholm Trail True Value, 507 SE 36th, 316-283-3276 Graber’s Ace Hardware, 208 W. Broadway, 316-283-1900 Orscheln Farm & Home, 321 Windward Drive, 316-283-2969 Tractor Supply Co., 715 SE 36th, (316) 283-1100

Home Accessories & Kitchen Supplies Kitchen Corner, 607 N. Main, 316-283-4253


Rohr Jewelry, 505 N. Main, 316-283-0340

Liquor Stores

Anderson Retail Liquor, 200 E. 12th, 316-283-4432 Kansas Retail Liquor, 206 S. Kansas, 316-283-2678 Newton Discount Liquor, 1225 Washington, 316-283-9463 Trail’s End Liquor, 110 N. Meridian, 316-283-1040 Newton Visitor Guide • 17

Pet Supplies

Pet World, 1805 W. 1st, 316-283-8400

Pharmacies, Health & Wellness

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Dillon’s North, 1216 N. Main, 316-283-4180 Dillon’s South, 1410 S. Kansas, 316-284-3720 Harvey Drug, 115 W. 5th, 316-333-0120 Suz CBD Re-Leaf, 1027 Washington, 316-617-6875 Walgreens, 1300 N. Main, 316-281-9356 Walmart, 1701 S. Kansas, 316-284-0555


Sears Hometown Store, 505 N. Poplar, 316-283-3100 Walmart, 1701 S. Kansas, 316-284-0555

Sporting Goods

Hibbett Sports, 1001 N. Main, 316-283-1468 Sand Creek Station Pro Shop, 920 Meadowbrook Drive, 316-284-6161

Thrift & Discount Stores

Et Cetera Shop, 619 N. Main, 316-283-9461 Dollar General North, 2305 Old Hwy. 81, 316-283-6775 Dollar General downtown, 320 N. Main, 316-284-0664 Dollar Tree, 409 Windward Drive, 316-283-8341 Goodwill, 2117 S. Kansas, 316-333-1951

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18 hole Public Golf Course with driving range and practice area. Weekday Rate: Green fees: $21 green fees Senior rate $19 • Half a cart $14 Weekend Rate: $26 green fees • Half a cart $14 Twilight Rate: After 3pm $26 with a cart. 18 • Newton Visitor Guide

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Lodging Hotels & Motels

Camping & RV Parks

Budget Inn & Suites 105 Manchester, Newton (316) 283-3330 78-room hotel offers free WiFi, breakfast and outdoor pool. Pets allowed.

Athletic Park 700 W. 1st, Newton (316) 284-6083 Free primitive camping for up to two nights. Notify Newton Parks Department by calling the number above.

Comfort Inn & Suites 1205 E. 1st, Newton (316) 804-4866 60-room hotel offers free WiFi, hot breakfast, indoor pool, fitness center and meeting space. Pets allowed. Holiday Inn Express 1430 E. Broadway Ct., Newton (316) 804-7040 68-room hotel offers free WiFi, hot breakfast and fitness center. Adjacent to the Meridian Center event venue. Pets allowed. Newell Travel Center 200 Manchester, Newton (316) 283-4000 22-room hotel offers free WiFi and an on-site restaurant. Pets allowed. Newton Inn 1620 E. 2nd, Newton (316) 283-7611 32-room hotel offers free WiFi. Red Coach Inn 1301 E. 1st, Newton (316) 283-1921 80-room hotel offers free WiFi, hot breakfast, indoor pool, game room and meeting space.

Guest Rentals Craft House 215 E. 1st, Newton (316) 284-6083 Sleeps 16. Designed for group and craft retreats. megduerkson.com/ rent-the-craft-house3 North Newton Guest Rentals Near Bethel College, North Newton (316) 283-5231 Four properties each sleep between 3 and 6 people. No pets or children under 12 allowed. www.vadasnider.com

Camp Hawk 1801 SW 36th, Newton (316) 284-5420 Primitive camping allowed on grassy areas. $10 fee for RV or tent. Harvey County East Park 314 N. East Lake Rd., 8 miles east of Newton (316) 284-5420 Approximately 70 designated campsites with electricity. Restroom and bath houses ADA accessible. Primitive camping allowed on grassy areas. $10 fee for primitive site, $20 for electrical site.

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Harvey County West Park 2733 West Park Rd., Burrton (316) 284-5420 Approximately 30 designated campsites with electricity. Restroom and bath houses ADA accessible. Primitive camping allowed in groomed areas. $10 fee for primitive site, $20 for electrical site. Payne Oil Co. RV Park 3610 N. K-15 Hwy., Newton (316) 283-5530 20 sites. RVs only. Spring Lake RV Resort 1308 S. Spring Lake Rd., Halstead (316) 825-3443 Tent and RV camping. Cabins available. 12 miles west of Newton.

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Groups & gatherings

Motorcoach tour visit to Blue Sky Sculpture

Newton offers resources for all types of group planning Whether you’re planning a baby shower, class reunion, family reunion, business meeting, a wedding, a conference for hundreds or a group tour, you’ll find a wide variety of meeting spaces and planning support available in Newton. The Newton Convention & Visitors Bureau offers a comprehensive list of local venues for every occasion. CVB staff is eager to help you find the perfect space for any size group. We also offer planning support including: • Assistance with reserving hotel room blocks for groups • Community information packets to welcome guests • Coordinating with local restaurants and shops for group outings

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For more information about the CVB’s meeting and group services or for a list of meeting and social venues, contact Melody Spurney, CVB coordinator, at 316-284-3642 or email mspurney@newtonkansas.com.

Parks & trails Fresh air and family fun await in Harvey County’s outdoor spaces Newton City Parks The City of Newton maintains 17 public parks. Here are some of the most popular. Learn more about these and others at www.newtonkansas.com/parks. Athletic Park 700 W. 1st, Newton Home to Fischer Field, the municipal swimming pool, and the Mennonite Settler statue, this nearly 40-acre park features many amenities including sand volleyball courts, horseshoes, community shelters, restrooms, playgrounds and tennis courts. Centennial Park & Dog Park 1500 N. Kansas, Newton This park features Newton’s baseball and softball complex, a disc golf course, the Blue Sky Sculpture, a sledding hill, flag football field, restrooms and community shelters. It is also home to Newton’s off-leash dog park. Sand Creek Trail Newton to North Newton This 7-mile multi-use trail connects Newton and North Newton with paved and unpaved paths along Sand Creek. Access points are available along the trail from 1st Street and Athletic Park in Newton to Bethel College in North Newton. Newton amenities include a boat dock at 4th Street, restrooms, pet cleanup stations and water fountains for people and pets. In North Newton, amenities include interpretive signs, including a Chisholm Trail marker. Springlake Park & Splash Pad 110 Springlake Drive, Newton Springlake Park features walking and bike paths, an open shelter, fishing pond, playground, restrooms and splash park.

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Ask the locals ... What’s a great snack to take to the park? Spicy Pretzels 1 regular size bag of pretzel sticks 1 tsp. cayenne pepper 1 tsp. lemon pepper 1 ½ tsp. garlic powder 1 package Hidden Valley Ranch dry mix ¾ cup canola oil Gallon size zip-top bag Put the pretzels into a gallon size zip-top bag. Mix cayenne pepper, lemon pepper, garlic powder, ranch and canola oil together and pour mixture over the pretzels in the bag. It is best if you can leave the pretzels in the bag overnight but a couple hours will work, too. Shake the bag occasionally to help mix the seasonings with the pretzels. Spread them out on a large baking sheet and bake at 200 degrees for 40 minutes. ­— Jackie Krehbiel, Newton Parks Department

Harvey County Parks Camp Hawk 1801 SW 36th, Newton This Harvey County park features a disc golf course, cabin-style shelter building, playground, primitive camping and fishing. 316-283-5420 East Park 314 N. East Lake, 8 miles east of Newton Harvey County’s largest park has a 300acre lake, campgrounds with RV hook-ups and bathhouses, climate-controlled community shelter, and hiking, biking and horse trails. 316-283-5420 West Park 2733 West Park Rd., Burrton Harvey County’s western park sits along the Little Arkansas River. It also features a fishing pond, bait shop, campground with RV hook-ups and bathhouse, playground, climate-controlled community shelter, hiking, biking and horse trails. It is also

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home to the Boy Scouts of America’s Trappers Rendezvous each January. 316-283-5420

Golf Courses Fox Ridge Golf Club 800 S. Kansas Ave., Newton This walking-friendly course is open daily. Carts are available. Green fees start at $15 for 18 holes and $12 for 9 holes. Foxridgegc.com · 316-283-4666 Sand Creek Golf Course 920 Meadowbrook Dr., Newton One of the state’s top golf courses, Sand Creek Station has earned multiple honors. It regularly hosts collegiate championships and is a host site for APT professional tournament in 2019. The course also hosts many public tournaments and offers regular tee times for residents and visiting golfers. Rates start at $29 for non-residents and include cart. Promotional rates and special offers are common. 316-284-6161 • sandcreekgolfclub.com

Disc Golf Camp Hawk Disc Golf 1801 SW 36th St., Newton 24 holes, Par 72. Centennial Park Disc Golf 1500 N. Kansas Ave., Newton 9 holes. Par 27 Thresher National Disc Golf Course Bethel College, North Newton 9 holes. Par 30

Public Pools Newton Recreation Center 415 N. Poplar, Newton Indoor pool ranges from 2-6 feet in depth and features handicapped lift. Public swim and lap fees are $1.50 per person. Open year-round. newtonrec.org · 316-283-7330

Newton YMCA

Newton YMCA 701 Wheatridge Dr., Newton Indoor pool with zero-entry family pool, water feature and slide, lap pool and whirlpool. Day passes are $10 for individuals and $18 for families. Open year-round. Newton Municipal Pool Athletic Park, Newton Outdoor pool features diving boards, large slide, toddler pool, concession stand and showers. Open summer afternoons. Passes are $2.25 for kids 5-13 and $3 for 14 and older.

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Local favorites Taste of Newton October 3, 2019 50+ food vendors line Main Street, and thousands of attendees enjoy music and dance performances, including the Azteca Dancers. The event kicks off the Bethel Fall Festival weekend. Call Newton Area Chamber of Commerce for more information at 316-283-2560.

Sand Creek Summer Daze

Red Hot chili Pepper 5K, United Way Chili Cook-off & Blues, Brews & Barbecue

August 16-17, 2019 Festival activities include a floating parade, nightly concerts, 5K, volleyball and human foosball tournaments, Kansas City Barbecue Society-sanctioned contest, homebrew competition, kids’ activities and more. Visit www.sandcreeksummerdaze.com.

September 28, 2019 The Red Hot Chili Pepper 5K starts a day of fun in Newton in September. Following the race, nearly two dozen booths open for an all-youcan-eat chili lunch. (All 5K participants get into the cook-off free! Tickets are available at the gate for non-runners.) Wrap up the day with Blues, Brews & Barbecue featuring Anthony Gomes. Call Newton CVB for more information at 316-284-3642.

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Newton Downtown Car Show May 3-4, 2019 This popular car show is held annually on the first Saturday in May. The event preview is a Friday night cruise-in. On Saturday, 300+ cars fill Main Street and surrounding side streets, attracting vehicles of all types, including antiques, Mustangs, Corvettes, street rods, off-road, customs, muscle cars, and motorcycles. Admission is free. Visit www.newtondowntown carshow.com.

Five Places of Christmas December 7, 2019 Five of Newton’s favorite attractions give new meaning to “deck the halls.” Visitors are welcome to Bethel College, Carriage Factory Gallery, Harvey County Historical Society, Kauffman Museum and Warkentin House. Free admission and holiday entertainment and activities. For more information, visit ToNewton.com/christmas.html.

Things to do Newton area calendar of events April Apple Blossom Festival: The annual festival is held from 5-8 p.m. April 26 at Newton Presbyterian Manor and features family activities, live music and a meal. Tickets available at the Manor and at the gate. Community Play Day: Newton Recreation Commission will host the second annual Community Play Day from 10 a.m.-2 p.m. April 27 in Athletic Park, featuring a 5K, family activities and food vendors.

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May Newton Downtown Car Show: Hundreds of cars and hot rods compete in various categories on May 4 in downtown Newton. The event also features food vendors, musicians and entertainment. Free admission. Newtondowntowncarshow.com Chisholm Trail Bike Ride: Route options range from 3 miles to 43 miles. The annual ride begins at 8 a.m. May 4 at Athletic Park. Registration is $25 for single riders and $50 for families. chisholmtrailbikeride.com Paddle Battle at Sand Creek: Canoe and kayak races beginning at 9 a.m. May 11 at the Fourth Street boat dock. Registration is $25. Facebook.com/paddlebattleatsandcreek Spring into the Arts Downtown Celebration: Food vendors, live music, art demonstrations and art carnival offered from 5:30-8:30 p.m. May 30 at Carriage Factory Gallery and neighboring Krehbiel Park in downtown Newton. Free admission. www.tonewton.com/spring-arts-festival.html

June Newton Flower & Garden Tour: The annual tour featuring local homes will be held from 9 a.m. to noon June 8 and 1-4 p.m. June 9. Maps available at participating homes and Newton Public Library. Tour and ticket information available at www.newtonplks.org.

The Summer is heating up with the Sand Creek Summer Daze Festival. We have the perfect mix of fun. Jam to live bands, attend family events, chow down on BBQ, and so much more. This Second Annual event is one you don’t want to miss, August 16 & 17 at Athletic Park , newton.

2019 Summer Daze events: Foo’s Your daddy? Human foosball tournament Saucy & glazed bbq competition floating flotilla parade and so much more...

Cookie Daze 5K: Participants in this unique 3.1-mile race eat a cookie each mile. The race begins at 7 a.m. June 15 at Athletic Park. Register at www.cookiedaze.org.

Online area events calendar The Newton Convention & Visitors Bureau recommends checking the details of events before attending, as some to plans do change. Contact the event organizers or go to www.tonewton.com/newton-events.html/ to check an event status or for additional events. The CVB’s online calendar is searchable by date and key word or activity. Submissions are also accepted.

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Cars in the Park: This annual car show draws a variety of vehicles and spectators to Athletic Park. All day June 29. Free admission.

July Headin’ for Home 5K: This annual 3.1-mile run begins and ends at Centennial Park. 5K starts at 8 a.m. Fun run starts at 9. Register at Headinforhome5K.weebly.com Kidron-Bethel Fourth of July Celebration: Kidron Bethel will host an Independence Day family celebration with games, food and fireworks from 8-10 p.m. July 4 at the Kidron Bethel Village in North Newton. Admission is free. Mexican-American Softball Tournament: Teams from across the country gather in Newton for this annual tournament. Held July 5-7 in various parks.

August Harvey County Free Fair: The fair is held Aug. 1-5 at the fairgrounds. Features midway rides, rodeo, demolition derby, music, parade and more. Fair admission is free. Event prices vary. www.harveycountyfair.com Sand Creek Summer Daze Festival: Two-day festival will be held Aug. 16-17 and feature a floating parade, concerts, sports events, food trucks, barbecue competition, beer competition and more. Buttons are $5 for festival access. Beer competition ticket is extra. www.sandcreeksummerdaze. com

September MCC Flatlander Bike Ride: This annual ride features lengths of approximately 35, 45, and 65 miles on Sept. 21 with a family ride of 8-16 miles. Register at mcc.org/get-involved/ events/mcc-flatlander-bicycle-ride

Ride for the Dogs: This motorcycle poker run and party begins at 9 a.m. Sept. 21 at Caring Hands Humane Society. Event includes lunch, prizes and a raffle. Visit www.rideforthedogs.org for information or to register. Fueled by Fire Run: The Fueled by Fire 9-mile and 2-mile run will begin at 8 a.m. Sept. 21 in Athletic Park. Sponsored by the Newton Fire/EMS Department. Information and registration at fueledbyfirenewton.net. Red Hot Chili Pepper 5K & Little Pepper Run: The chip-timed 5K begins at 9 a.m. Sept. 28 in front of the Newton Rec Center. All 5K participants receive a ticket to the United Way Chili Cook-off following the event. Go to www.ToNewton.com to register. Harvey County United Way Chili Cook-off: United Way agencies and community groups will serve up chili samples from 11 a.m. to 1:30 p.m. Sept. 28 in downtown Newton. $6 for chili tasting kit in advance; $8 at the gate. Blues, Brews & Barbecue: Anthony Gomes will headline the Sept. 28 show. Gates and food trucks open at 4 p.m. Show starts at 5. Tickets are $17 in advance and are available at harveycountynow.com. Tickets will be $25 at the gate on the day of the show.

October Taste of Newton: This annual street festival draws thousands downtown for food, music and other entertainment. 5-9 p.m. Oct. 3 on Main Street. Free admission. Bethel Fall Festival: This annual fall festival features vendors, musicians, food, information booths and a children’s play area on Oct. 5 on the campus green at Bethel College in North Newton. Free admission. www.bethelks.edu Halloween Safe Walk: Spooks and goblins take to Main Street at 5:30 p.m. Oct. 31. The street is closed to traffic and businesses pass out candy. Free admission.

November Holiday Bazaars: Numerous local churches plan holiday bazaars beginning Nov. 2 and continuing on Saturdays through the month. Visit www.tonewton.com/ christmas.html for locations.


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Newton Toy Run: All vehicles are welcome for the annual toy run. Line up starts at noon and the ride begins at 1 p.m. Nov. 10 at the Chisholm Trail Shopping Center.

December Parade of Lights: The annual Christmas parade begins at 6:30 p.m. Dec. 5 along Main Street with an array of lighted floats. Free admission. www.tonewton.com/ christmas.html Five Places of Christmas: Enjoy free admission and refreshments at this annual holiday event held from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. Dec. 7 at Warkentin House Museum, Kauffman Museum, Carriage Factory Gallery, Harvey County Historical Museum and Bethel College. www.tonewton.com/christmas.html

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Ride the train Amtrak information Newton’s Amtrak Station is located at 414 N. Main in downtown Newton. The facility features an enclosed waiting area, wheelchairaccessible restrooms, checked baggage service and a ticket office. ​


Long-term parking is available approximately one block west of the station behind the Post Office. The parking lot can be accessed from W. 4th or W. 5th. There is no charge for the parking. There is no dedicated wheelchair-accessible parking. For more information, call the Newton CVB at 316-284-3642.

Shuttle service to Wichita

Amtrak offers a bus shuttle service to and from Wichita to connect passengers to the Newton rail station. The northbound bus leaves daily at 1:10 a.m. from the bus station at 214 S. Topeka, Wichita, to catch the 2:45 a.m. train in Newton. The southbound bus leaves Newton at 4 a.m. for Wichita. The bus shuttle also connects the Southwest Chief and Heartland Flyer lines. The southbound bus leaves Wichita at 5 a.m. daily to make the connection in Oklahoma City at 8:25 a.m. For more information, call 1-800-872-7245 or book travel at www. amtrak.com.


The station is open from midnight to 8 a.m. daily.


Newton is on the Southwest Chief route, which runs daily from Chicago to Los Angeles via the American Southwest. The route is part of the Trails & Rails Program, and at times National Park Service guides are onboard the Southwest Chief between Albuquerque and La Junta, Colo.; and Chicago and La Plata, Mo. The train departs Newton westbound for Los Angeles at 2:45 a.m. daily. It departs Newton eastbound for Chicago at 2:19 a.m. daily.

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Newton Public Library

Know Newton Community information Airport services: Newton City/County Airport is located 3 miles east of Newton on Oliver Road. It is open weekdays from 7 a.m.-8 p.m., Saturdays from 7 a.m.-7 p.m. and Sundays from 8 a.m.-6 p.m. 316-284-6048 Wichita Dwight D. Eisenhower National Airport provides commercial passenger air service to the Newton area. It is located approximately 30 miles from Newton. www. flywichita.com Car rentals: Enterprise operates at the airport (316-284-6084). Hertz operates a location on E. 4th (316-283-0789). Conklin Cars, 1500 E. 3rd, also offers vehicle rentals. (316-281-3001) Library: Newton Public Library, 720 N. Oak, offers numerous services, wireless internet, computer access and programming for all ages. Open Monday-Saturday. 316-2832890 Police and fire services: In emergencies, dial 911. Newton Police Department nonemergency number is 316-284-6030. Newton Fire/EMS Department non-emergency number is 316-284-6060. Workout facilities: Newton Recreation Commission offers one-day passes for its fitness facility, located at 415 N. Poplar. The facility features strength and cardio equipment and indoor pool. Drop-in classes also available. Open seven days a week; hours vary. 316-283-7330 Newton YMCA offers one-day passes to its fitness facility, located at 701 E. Wheatridge Drive. The facility features strength and cardio equipment, group exercise classes included with day passes, indoor pool, sauna, whirlpool and indoor track. Open seven days a week; hours vary. 316-776-8350 Walk-in health care: Axtell Clinic Walk-in Clinic, 700 Medical Center Drive, Suite 210, 8 a.m.-7 p.m. Monday-Friday. 316-283-2800 Convenient Care by Newton Medical Center,118 E. 12th, 9 a.m.-7 p.m. Monday-Friday; 9 a.m.-6 p.m. Saturday-Sunday. 316-281-9700 Emergency health care: Newton Medical Center ER, 600 Medical Center Drive. Open 24 hours. 316-283-2700

Helpful Numbers Newton City Hall ....................................... 316-284-6000 Harvey County Courthouse ........................ 316-284-6800 Newton City/County Airport ...................... 316-284-6084 Newton Parks Department ........................ 316-284-6083 Harvey County Parks Department ............. 316-283-5420 Fire non-emergency .................................. 316-284-6060 Police non-emergency .............................. 316-284-6030 Harvey County Sheriff’s Dept. .................... 316-284-6960 Newton Medical Center ............................. 316-283-2700 Newton Post Office .................................... 316-283-6290 Newton Public Schools .............................. 316-284-6200 Hutchinson Community College ................ 316-283-7000 Bethel College ........................................... 316-283-2500 Newton Recreation Commission ................ 316-283-7330 Grand Central Senior Center ...................... 316-283-2222 Newton Public Library ............................... 316-283-2890 Newton Convention & Visitors Bureau ...... 316-284-3642 Newton Area Chamber of Commerce ......... 316-283-2560



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7. Harvey County Historical Museum, 203 N. Main St., Newton 8. Warkentin House Museum, 211 E. 1st St., Newton 9. Meridian Center, 1420 E. Broadway Court, Newton 10. Sand Creek Station Golf Course, 920 Meadowbrook Drive, Newton 11. Chisholm Trail Shopping Center, 601 SE 36th St., Newton

Attractions & Points of Interest



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12. Holiday Inn Express, 1430 E. Broadway Court, Newton TO WICHITA 13. Comfort Inn & Suites, 1205 E. 1st St., Newton 14. Red Coach Inn, 1301 E. 1st St., Newton 15. Budget Inn, 105 Manchester, Newton 16. Newell Travel Center, 200 Manchester, Newton 17. Newton Inn, 1620 E. 2nd St., Newton



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2019 Newton Visitor Guide  

Information about dining, shopping, lodging, events, activities and more in Newton, Kansas.

2019 Newton Visitor Guide  

Information about dining, shopping, lodging, events, activities and more in Newton, Kansas.