Like so many children of the '70s and '80s, I grew up watching Little House on the Prairie. The series ran from 1974 to 1982 and followed the lives of the Ingalls family, who lived in Walnut Grove, Minnesota in the late 1800s. Nearly forty years after the show concluded its national television run, various members of the cast are coming to western Kentucky for a reunion.

Patti's Settlement in Grand Rivers, Kentucky is getting ready for Prairie Days, which are set for April 5th through April 7th, 2024. Per the announcement on social media, the event will celebrate 50 years of the iconic television show.

Here are the Little House on the Prairie original cast members who are confirmed to appear at the event.

Alison Arngrim (Nellie Oleson)

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Charlotte Stewart (Miss Beadle)

Stewart And Arngrim In Episode Of 'Little House On The Prairie'
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Dean Butler (Almanzo)

Melissa Gilbert And Dean Butler In 'Little House on the Prairie'
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Fun fact- I saw Dean Butler on Broadway in the late 80s in Into the Woods!

Also attending Prairie Days will be: Wendi Lou Lee (Baby Grace Ingalls), Pamela Roylance (Sarah Carter) & Jennifer Donati (Baby Rose Wilder), David Friedman (Jason Carter) and Olivia Barash (Sylvia Webb).

Meet and Greets with the cast will be held on Friday, April 5th from Noon to 4pm, Saturday the 6th from 10am to 4pm and Sunday the 6th from Noon to 4pm. Tickets for the Meet & Greet are just $12 per person. Kids 3 to 12 are just $6. Per the event page on EventBrite,the cast members attending will be available for photos and autographs. Plus, they will have merchandise available for sale as well.

Additional events include a Little House on the Prairie Murder Mystery Dinner on Friday evening and VIP breakfasts with the cast on Saturday and Sunday.

To purchase your tickets and get additional information about Prairie Days at Patti's Settlement, CLICK HERE!

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