Cherryvale is a city in Montgomery County, Kansas, United States. As of the 2010 census, the city population was 2,367. Cherryvale was founded on the land of the Osage Indians who were pushed out by veterans of the American Civil War looking for land. The first white man to purchase property and settle here was Mr. Abe Eaton, who later sold it to the Kansas City, Lawrence & Southern Kansas Railroad which then became the Leavenworth, Lawrence & Galveston Railway. The town site was platted by the railroad in 1871. It was named Cherryvale from its position in the valley of Cherry Creek. (Wikipedia.org)



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Annual Cherry Blossom Festival 2019

Join us for our Annual Cherry Blossom Festival! Beginning Friday night from 5-9 continuing Saturday from 9-5 with craft vendors, food trucks, live music & much more! Follow the Cherryvale Chamber of Commerce for updates with more information and times as they become available. Questions or concerns message or call 620-205-9808 Calling all runners, joggers, … Continue reading Annual Cherry Blossom Festival 2019

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