Easter Pageant

2011 Easter Pageant

Scott County's bi-annual Easter Pageant, "The Road to Redemption" is always a greatly anticipated event in the timeline of this community.  The pageant will be held Good Friday, April 22. 2011 at approximately 9:00 p.m. in the Scott Lake State Park. The park is located 12 miles north of Scott City on Hwy. 83. There is ample parking with an area reserved for pickups, vans, and motor homes. An area in front of the cars is reserved for those who wish to sit outside on blankets.

The pageant is presented out-of-doors. Wraps are advisable. You will need access to an FM radio because the pageant is broadcast on a short-range FM radio frequency which can be heard only in the pageant area.  Music and pageant narration can be heard only on 107.1 FM.

Camp Lakeside will serve a soup supper from 5:30 to 7:30 p.m.  The camp will provide a shuttle from the pageant site to the camp dining hall.  Live pre-pageant music, 6:30-8:30 p.m., will be provided by “Harmony”, a women’s trio from Gove, KS, and Jim Mulaney, gospel guitarist and singer from Denver, CO.   The pageant is sponsored by the Scott City Ministerial Alliance.  A freewill offering is the price of admission for both the soup supper and the pageant.

Camping areas are available in the state park. Ample hotel and motel accommodations are to be found in Scott City, 12 miles south of the park; in Oakley, 34 miles north of the park; Dighton, 24 miles east of Scott City; and Leoti, 25 miles west of Scott City. For further information on the Scott County State Park, call 620-872-2061.

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