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  • 9/13/2019 12:00:00 AM  |  Kansas City, MO

    Kansas City's Guadalupe Centers: A Century of Serving the Latino Community

    This yearlong exhibit chronicles the 100-year history of Kansas City’s Guadalupe Centers, Inc. – and by extension, the history of the city’s thriving Hispanic and Latino community. Founded in 1919, Guadalupe Centers is the longest continuously running Latino-serving organization in the country. On display through May 2020. View during regular library hours. Check the library's website for exact hours, and dates the library will be closed....details >>

  • 9/13/2019 12:00:00 AM  |  Ottawa, KS

    Two Exhibits: Out of the Toy Box; & Photographs by Maude Frink

    Out of the Toy Box: Franklin County at Play features more than 150 years of toys played with by Franklin County children. Photographer Spotlight: Maude Frink. Maude was celebrated for her work portraying children at play and in other natural settings. These exhibits will be on display through December 2019. Call or visit the Franklin County Historical Society website for exact days and hours the exhibits will be available for viewing....details >>

  • 9/13/2019 1:00:00 PM  |  Kansas City, MO

    The Native American in Art

    The works of Karen White, from Kansas City, Kansas, tell stories, illuminate history, and depict emotions that capture a moment in time using monochrome and vibrant colors. Her art includes canvas, paper, walls, pavement, and children's book illustration. She works in pastel, watercolor, white chalk, oil, and graphite pencil. Karen was selected to create a portrait drawing of internationally acclaimed Jazz pianist Jay McShann. This exhibition features her art of Native Americans....details >>

  • 9/13/2019 6:30:00 PM  |  Topeka, KS

    Museum After Hours-The Many Trials of Fatty Arbuckle By Dr. Mark Hull - Kansas Museum of History

    In 1921 Kansan Roscoe "Fatty" Arbuckle was the highest paid star in Hollywood but that star fell in late 1921 when he was accused of an unspeakable crime. Three trials followed, and most people today cannot remember if he was found guilty or innocent. Attorney and historian Dr. Mark Hull will unveil the evidence; you render the verdict. The Kansas Museum of History is open for half price admission from 5 until 6:30 p.m. The Museum Store is also open until 6:30 p.m....details >>

  • 9/13/2019 7:00:00 PM  |  Overland Park, KS

    Night at the Arboretum: Wichita Nation

    Escape to the trails with your flashlight, look at the stars, make s’mores on the patio and enjoy nocturnal sites and sounds. Wichita Nation. Meaning “bear-eyed people” due to the men applying dark tattoos around their eyes. Known for constructing large grass houses, this tribe is indigenous to Kansas, Texas and Oklahoma....details >>

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