The Ordway Center for the Performing Arts and Flint Hills Resources announced today that the Flint Hills Family Festival will return for its 20th anniversary on June 1-12. This arts event will offer both virtual and in-person outdoor performances and activities for little to no cost for children of all ages and their families. The virtual Festival will include free pre-recorded performances, activities and workshops available for both schools and families at FlintHillsFestival.Ordway.org. Featured virtual performers will include past Festival favorites such as Dan & Claudia Zanes and Squonk Opera as well as local artists like Native Pride Dancers, House of Dance and more, including the Grammy Award-winning Okee Dokee Brothers. Virtual workshops for families include a workshop with Ana Maria Alvarez, the Artistic Director of CONTRA-TIEMPO Dance Company, at 11 AM, on Saturday, June 5. The Ordway will also host a virtual ARTwalk where children can submit art online for a chance to have their work featured in the windows of the Ordway.