Day or Night, Wichita Kansas is the jewel of the prairie! Be sure to see downtown Wichita, the sunflowers on the prairie and The Keeper of the Plains statue on the Arkansas Riverwalk.
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Upcoming Events

January 26
Quarterly Meeting

February 23
World Friendship Day
9am - 1pm
Hebrew Congregation (1850 N Woodlawn, Wichita, KS 67208)

March 7
Board Meeting
Watermark Books (4701 E Douglas Ave, Wichita, KS 67218)

March 19 - April 6
New Zealand Outgoing Journey

April 27
Quarterly Meeting
Gloria Dei Lutheran Church (1101 N. River Blvd., Wichita, KS 67203)

May 13 - 20
Fukuoka, Japan Incoming Journey

June 6
Board Meeting
Watermark Books (4701 E Douglas Ave, Wichita, KS 67218)

June 18
Tuesday on the Terrace
Botanica (701 Amidon St, Wichita, KS 67203)

July 4
Fireworks at Pressnall's Residence

July 20
Quarterly Meeting
University Congregational Church (9202 E 29th St N, Wichita, KS 67226)
(Week early due to FFI Conference)

July 23 - 27
FFI World Conference
Boulder, CO

August 17
Augusta Day
Motorcycle Museum, Dinner, Movie

August TBD
Kazakhstan Pioneer Outgoing Journey

September 5
Board Meeting
Watermark Books (4701 E Douglas Ave, Wichita, KS 67218)

October 6
Wine Tasting
Prairie Hill Vineyard

October 29 - November 4
Columbia Cascade FF, Oregeon, Incoming

November 14
Bus Trip to LaCompton, KS

Welcome to the Friendship Force of Kansas, Inc.

Friendship Force of Kansas

The Friendship Force of Kansas, Inc., located in the heartland of America, was chartered in 1983, an affiliate of Friendship Force International and was named “Club of the Year” in 1999 and also in 2013.

We have approximately 100 members, most located within a 50 mile radius of Wichita, the largest city in Kansas. (See map below.)

The Friendship Force believes in promoting International understanding Brisbane, Australia Friendship Exchange visits The Sedgwick County Zoo in Wichita, KS. through friendship. Our members host foreign club visitors in their homes and act as Ambassadors of friendship, traveling to other Friendship Force clubs worldwide, being hosted in members’ homes for one-week home stays. Ambassadors and hosts may not even speak the same language but hospitality, respect and openness are the bridges that help to create warm and lasting friendships.

“Faces, not places” explains The Friendship Force mission. This private, non-profit organization is not just a travel club, but rather a people-to-people Members of the Kansas Friendship Force dance in Colombia.diplomacy with the motto "Changing the way you see the world". Our goal is a mutual understanding and appreciation of our differences and similarities.

If the idea of experiencing another culture by either hosting foreign visitors in your home or being a guest in the homes of people in other countries appeals to you, consider becoming a FRIENDSHIP FORCE member. Click here to learn more about the Friendship Force of Kansas, Inc.. Click here to Join the Friendship Force of Kansas, Inc..

Kansas Sights and Sounds

Click here to listen to Home on the Range, the Kansas state song. Click here for a history of our state song.

map of kansas - click for larger view
Click for Larger Version of the Kansas State Map

Images, thanks to member, Zane Day

Learn more about Kansas and Wichita here

Friendship Force of Kansas, Inc. © 2007-2019 •Kim Schwerdtfeger