Concert_KLB_0112 Outrider Matthew Gant allows a boy to pet his horse during intermission of the symphony. People lined up to see the outriders on their horses.
Concert_KLB_0093 Sarah Durrett of Augusta and Mark Diskin of Wichita enjoy one another as much as they enjoy the music during the first half of the symphony. Diskin purchased Durrett tickets as a gift, and they sat to the east of the crowd.
Concert_KLB_0032 Kathy Rogers and Gene Brieck of Overland Park enjoy each one another as they await the beginning of the symphony. "I invited her because she's my girlfriend, and I wanted to give her something special," Brieck said.
Concert_KLB_0016 Levi Craft, 20 months, of Manhattan, Kan., examines a piece of grass before the symphony started playing June 9.
AmericusDays__KLB_0123 Marauder member, Mike "Blue Hawk" Adams, New Albany, prepares a beaver for dinner samples at Americus Days.
AmericusDays__KLB_0054 Rose Sleezer, Emporia, and Paul Houston, Manhattan, throw tomahawks at a target during an event hosted by Marauders, a living historian group, at the Americus Days Festival.
Americus_KLB_0277 Former Marlow Woodcuts owner Wanda Douglas sifts through old design sketches in the building that once contained her business. Douglas sold Marlow Woodcuts in 2004.
Americus_KLB_0024 Songwriter Annie Wilson tells her love story through her song, "Diamond Creek Cowboy," which she wrote about her rancher husband, John Wilson. The Wilsons live on a ranch near Elmdale. Wilson performed her songs about the Flint Hills at the storytelling circle after the symphony on Saturday.