Iola Explorations |
In a building buit before 1900, Allen County's history is alive and well. Don't wait to come in.
Runners, walkers, spectators join the fun on Iola's famous square where a multitude of activites are going to be held.
Build it, and they will come!
A city band that hasn't stopped tooting its horn for over 142 years!
How did Iola get her name?
Part of this home was built before Kansas was a state, and it is still alive with history!
From the War of 1812 to now, veterans have their name on the wall, look for your family and friends.
Did you know there are only four zinc Civil War statues in the state? Visit the old Iola cemetery to find many other historic treasures!
See walls and remnants of the old country school where Frederick Funston once taught.
Holy Cow! You don't even have to get your feet dirty to see this!
Can students cultivate plants and identify weeds in their garden?
Mix the old with the young, and good things happen! Come see the preschool at the Windsor Nursing home that was started September 2010.