Kansas is not known for its fall color - mostly because, as is true in much of Colorado, most of Kansas has trees (where there are significant numbers) that produce yellow and brown leaves in the fall. Loving the color of sugar maples as I do, when we moved here, I had one planted in our front yard. It is starting to change into its fall colors.
Six days later (10/10/2016):
And, 10 days later, still (10/20/2016): I missed the full-color tree by being on travel!