Concert a free holiday gift to Basehor
If you're a music fan allergic to postage or possessed by a phobia of paper cuts fear not because you'll be allowed admittance to a free Christmas concert in Basehor without mailing off for tickets.
This week, on Sunday, Dec. 14, the Kansas Army National Guard 35th Infantry Band will perform a December Christmas-themed concert inside the auditorium at Basehor-Linwood High School, 2108 N. 155th St.
The concert, co-sponsored by the Basehor Chamber of Commerce and The Sentinel, is scheduled to begin at 2 p.m. The band will perform Christmas and patriotic numbers during the hour-long concert.
Admission is free and open to the public but tickets are required. Tickets can be obtained one of two ways.
Ticket request forms are available at the Basehor Community Library, Community National Bank, First State Bank and Trust, Citizen's Savings and Loan and Basehor City Hall.
Be sure to include the number of tickets requested. A maximum of four tickets will be allowed be per request.
Tickets can be picked up at Basehor City Hall with the completed form.
Another avenue to attend the concert is to come early to the high school on Sunday afternoon.
Concert goers without tickets may still be allowed admission; they will be seated 15 minutes before the concert begins on a first-come, first-served basis.
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