About SalinaAt the junction of I-70 and I-135, Salina is a major trade and distribution center for one of the greatest hard wheat belts in the world. Other agriculture as well as more than 100 diversified manufacturing firms complete the economic portrait of this city on the eastward bend of the Smoky Hill River.
Salina balances industrial growth with educational and cultural expansion. Kansas Wesleyan University and a branch of Kansas State University are important assets. The prize-winning Salina Bicentennial Center in Kenwood Park is the scene of expositions, trade shows, concerts and sporting events; phone (888) 826-7469.
For 4 days in June, the Smoky Hill River Festival , held in Oakdale Park, offers a juried fine arts show, entertainment, food, music, children's activities and arts and crafts.
Visitor Centers Visit Salina 120 W. Ash St. Salina, KS 67401. Phone:(785)827-9301 or (877)725-4625
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